Reid has returned from Houston, where he was visiting his mother who is in a new facility on an experimental drug program. He is called back home from the office while the rest of the team heads off on their next case. It isn't until the team is in the air that they learn that Diana is no longer in the Houston facility, but that she is now living with Reid, as the trial drug was not having the intended effect. Reid had received professional advice that his mother should be in a facility both for her and his own good, but it may be news from a more caring rather than clinical voice which may carry more weight with him. Regardless, he makes himself available to the team, who are in the Tampa, Florida area where two individual deaths have occurred, both now considered murders, the two tied together by ink drawings on the inner arms of the victims, the second victim's whose has one more stroke of the pen than the first. The M.E. is able to determine that the markings were made with the ...
Did You Know?
Haloperidol is an antipsychotic, which treats multiple types of mental illnesses including schizophrenia, psychosis, Tourettes and Bipolar. Doxepin is used to treat nerve pain, depression and also treats Irritable Bowel Syndrome. Galantamine is a cognitive-enhancing medication that is used to treat Alzheimer's and dementia. See more
The aerial shot of Tampa, Florida near the beginning is actually Orlando, Florida, looking west south west. The lake in the center of the shot is Lake Eola. This isn't the first time Orlando has been used as a generic city in Florida. Criminal Minds: Future Perfect
featured Orlando as St. Augustine. See more
[Starting a 3-way conference call
Hey-o! Beaming Reid into the starship BAU
Hey, there's my favorite genius! Welcome back
Dr. Spencer Reid
It's good to be back. I'm sorry about all this trouble
References Leave It to Beaver
Performed by Jason Koiter
[Played at the end of the episode] See more