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Oct 31, 2012 09:00 PMTV Network - CBS
<p>Anne Dudek has been on a whole lot of television series, but she is perhaps best known for her role on "House," where she played Dr. Amber Volakis. Okay, so you don't know her by the name Amber Volakis, we get that, she was often not referred to that way. What if we called her Cutthroat Bitch? Gregory House often referred to her as 'Cutthroat Bitch,' even if Wilson called her Amber. Now do you know her? Well, tonight, she isn't going to be Amber, she's going to be farmer Emma Kerrigan. We don't know exactly what she farms, but we are curious to see if she has a criminal mind.</p>
May 08, 2013
The BAU team heads out to Los Angeles as they investigate and hunt down an UnSub who has a particular penchant for kidnapping nannies and the children they are taking care of on the same day each year, before they strike again.
Nov 07, 2012
When prostitutes are found murdered in a similar fashion as local animals found dead there, the BAU team must work fast to find a suspect whose confidence is increasing; Morgan tries to get Reid to join the bureau softball team.
Oct 31, 2012TV Network - CBS
Anne Dudek has been on a whole lot of television series, but she is perhaps best known for her role on "House," where she played Dr. Amber Volakis. Okay, so you don't know her by the name Amber Volakis, we get that, she was often not referred to that way. What if we called her Cutthroat Bitch? Gregory House often referred to her as 'Cutthroat Bitch,' even if Wilson called her Amber. Now do you know her? Well, tonight, she isn't going to be Amber, she's going to be farmer Emma Kerrigan. We don't know exactly what she farms, but we are curious to see if she has a criminal mind.
Sep 26, 2012TV Network - CBS
"Criminal Minds" may not be the exact same show it was when it started several years ago (this is season eight, but we don't know whether that makes this the start of year seven or year eight... it's a mental deficiency. Does that make us a criminal?). The cast is somewhat different and you can't really do 20+ episodes year without having things change just a little bit. Even "Law & Order" was kind of different by the end than it was at the beginning (well, not hugely except for that last year or two, but you get our point, don't you?). Season eight opens tonight. Get excited (it's not criminal).
Jul 11, 2012
The BAU team searches rural Oklahoma for a murderer who is robbing women of one of their five senses, then killing them in cold blood; JJ and Prentiss get the cold shoulder from Reid as he deals with their deception about Prentiss' presumed death.
May 16, 2012TV Network - CBS
Ummmm... listen, "Criminal Minds" can be something of a dark show and that isn't necessarily for everyone. There is something about being inside the mind of a criminal that lends itself to darkness. What then should we make of tonight's two hour finale? Is it going to be super-duper dark? Is it going to be extra-dark? To use Hershey's parlance, is it going to be special dark? We certainly hope so, we tune into the show because of its darkness. As we said, that isn't for everyone, but it really can be pretty good (like a Hershey's Special Dark).
May 02, 2012TV Network - CBS
Whether or not it is his favorite thing to be known for, Mackenzie Astin starred on "The Facts of Life." No, he wasn't one of the girls, he was Andy Moffet, that little foster kid that got added in later seasons of the show. Listen, that's not something you can hate him for, if you were an actor you would have taken the gig as well. Astin has done a ton of things since then though and tonight he adds more to his resume as a guest star on "Criminal Minds."
Feb 29, 2012TV Network - CBS
Is it still the February Sweep? We thought that was over, but tonight's guest stars on "Criminal Minds" include William Russ, Kathy Baker, Merle Dandridge, and Fiona Gubelmann. That is a pretty hefty list of guest stars for a single episode, isn't it? Well, we think it is anyway. How they are going to possibly fit all those characters into a single episode? If you want to know, you'll just have to watch. We can tell you there will be agents and therapists and parents, but we're not going to break down every guest star's role here and now, that's not the sort of thing we do.
Feb 08, 2012TV Network - CBS
Tonight, Dean Cain will be portraying a down-on-his-luck gambler, which, in our mind, means that Superman has come up with a better cover identity than Clark Kent. Okay, we're dating ourselves, we get that and we're sorry, but we love Dean Cain and we've loved him since he was on "Lois & Clark." We also loved him on "Las Vegas" and in his various other roles, but to us, he's Superman, and it doesn't matter that he's a down-on-his-luck gambler here, he's still Superman to us. Tune in and see if you don't keep expecting him to rip off his shirt to reveal his secret identity.
Jan 25, 2012TV Network - CBS
This is it, the big old episode 150. No longer is Thomas Gibson 'the guy from "Dharma & Greg,"' he's been on this show way longer than he was ever on that one. Sure, "Dharma & Greg" aired more than 100 episodes, but "Criminal Minds" is now at 150. 150! If that doesn't blow your mind, we're not sure quite what will. As series tend to pull out all the stops for big episodes (or important numbered ones) you won't find it surprising to learn that tonight's episode has a number of guest stars including Jay Karnes, Dina Meyer, and Penny Peyser. We just hope the BAU team can keep their minds on their work this week -- goodness knows that they have to be distracted with this being episode 150 and all. It would be a shame for the bad guy to get away because of that.
Jan 18, 2012TV Network - CBS
"Criminal Minds," as the series title indicates, is all about getting into the minds of a criminal. Now, while we've missed the show during its repeat-fest, we haven't exactly been without criminal minds all around us. Seriously, have you done any holiday shopping? Have you done any post-holiday shopping? Have you talked to a rabid football fan about their obviously undeserving team being in the playoffs? Do any of those things and you'll see a criminal mind come alive. We have to admit it though, we're happier when the minds stay inside the screen.
Dec 14, 2011TV Network - CBS
We love Charles S. Dutton. We have loved Dutton from the moment that we first saw him in "Alien 3." We next loved him on "Roc," and pretty much we've loved him ever since. Tonight he'll be guest starring on "Criminal Minds" as will Shawn Hatosy and Bellamy Young. The episode itself centers on a boxing trainer (Dutton) and a boxer (Hatosy), but the specifics are probably less important than the guy who worked with Ripley being on tonight's episode. Have we mentioned how much we like Dutton and how much you should like him too?
Nov 16, 2011TV Network - CBS
Some people would sit down to watch tonight's "Criminal Minds" solely on the basis that Brigid Brannagh is going to be on. Now, don't get us wrong, we love watching Brigid Brannagh, but our driving force tonight is Jack Coleman. That is because, as we said earlier this week, we have chosen to forget every episode of "Heroes" after the first 10 or 15 and consequently remember the series quite fondly. It is always nice to see someone from a series you remember quite fondly on a different show. Good old HRG, we miss him and the show we believe "Heroes" was.
Oct 19, 2011TV Network - CBS
Let's see here, we have not one, not two, but three different guest stars tonight. You've got long-time television star Isabella Hoffman on, you've got Emmy winner Heather Tom, and you've got "True Blood"'s Annie Fitzgerald. You have got to hope that the show has come up with a particularly good story being that they've gotten themselves a particularly good guest cast. Let us not concern ourselves with the future and the question of if "Criminal Minds" has blown its entire guest star budget tonight, let us only watch tonight's episode and think to ourselves about just how much we're enjoying it.
May 18, 2011TV Network - CBS
There are, quite potentially, several reasons to watch the season six finale tonight and we'd like to offer you a few of them. It could be that you're a huge "Buffy" fan and as Nicholas Brendon is going to be on you'll want to check it out. It could be that you quite enjoy Amy Price-Francis, and she'll certainly be on tonight. It could also be that you like Jennifer Jareau (JJ), and she'll be back. And, lastly, it could be that you're some sort of massive fan of getting inside the mind of some pretty horrible criminals and that happens on a regular basis here, so why not tonight as well.
May 04, 2011TV Network - CBS
Have we ever told you how much we like seeing soap stars on primetime television? There is just something so hugely and wonderfully different about how they look at night from how they look during the day that never fails to amaze us. We highly recommend you take a look at Jeff Meek tonight on "Criminal Minds" and see if he doesn't seem different here than he did as Craig Montgomery on "ASTW" or Thomas Dade on "GH." We think you're going to be hugely surprised.
Apr 13, 2011TV Network - CBS
Apparently with there being a lockout and all, NFL players are looking to supplement their income. Dallas Clark has chosen to go into the field of acting, and will be appearing on "Criminal Minds" tonight as a police officer from San Diego. In this role he'll be helping the nice folks from BAU (shocking that a cop will be helping BAU, we know). We are interested in the fact that he'll be playing a San Diego cop though, the team couldn't have gone to Indy and made a bunch of thinly-veiled references to Clark's actual profession? Wouldn't that have been more natural?
Mar 16, 2011TV Network - CBS
You probably know him as Dr. Spencer Reid on "Criminal Minds," but off the set, Reid goes by the name Matthew Gray Gubler. We're not going to say that this other name is in fact the one he was given at birth by his mother and father, but it is the name he provides in the credits of this series. Correct name or not, Matthew Gray Gubler directs tonight's episode of "Criminal Minds," an episode which will, yet again, feature A.J. Cook as a returning guest star (she plays JJ on the show and we're convinced that her parents didn't only provide her with the initials A and J as her name at birth).
Jan 26, 2011TV Network - CBS
We are not happy that Adrienne Palicki's last television series was unceremoniously canceled. In fact, it made us awfully sad. On the other hand, it does mean that Palicki can appear on this show without feeling like she's two-timing her own series which, not coincidentally, was about two-timing. Palicki's character wasn't doing the two-timing there, but her character was being two-timed so we're sure she understands just how much that hurts. Perhaps Palicki is like us, against two-timing but totally for serial monogamy. Fingers crossed.
Oct 20, 2010TV Network - CBS
We would list the places where you may have seen Mare Winningham before, but the truth is that we'd quickly hit our maximum word limit - we don't know what that limit is, but it would be hit. Mare Winningham is one of those actresses who you have seen everywhere, who has done everything, and is just great to watch. That is why we're recommending you tune into "Criminal Minds" tonight - the episode features Mare Winningham and that really is more than enough. Plus, you can then add the show to the list of places you've seen the actress.
Oct 06, 2010TV Network - CBS
There are many iconic shows in the history of television, but there are only very few ICONIC ones. "Hill Street Blues" was one of the latter series, creating an indelible impression upon the minds and hearts of those who watched. 'Let's be careful out there' entered the public consciousness and the theme music was distinctly hummable. Daniel J. Travanti, one of the stars of "Hill Street Blues" will be putting in a guest appearance tonight on "Criminal Minds" (as will Mary Beth Evans of "Days of our Lives"). Take a gander and stroll down memory lane.
Sep 29, 2010TV Network - CBS
Some people know Gil Bellows from "Ally McBeal," others know him from "FlashForward." We prefer to always connect him with the Syfy movie "Goblin." That's not a knock at all, watch the movie and see for yourself. Here, Bellows shows us that he might actually have something of a criminal mind as he and his actual wife, Rya Kihlstedt, guest star as a couple whose child is missing. Listen, you call them the grieving parents if you want, we prefer to always suspect those closest to the kid. We may not be right, but it's a good place to start (especially when there are stars in those roles).
May 26, 2010TV Network - CBS
There is something dark and disturbing about delving into the criminal mind on a weekly basis. We firmly believe that doing so has to affect you, change you forever. We wonder whether, as an actor, portraying someone who delves into the criminal mind changes you as well. How many steps out do you have to go before the effect weakens? Does living with an actor who plays someone who delves into the criminal mind change you? Does it all depend on whether or not the actor is a method actor (or the character a method character)? None of those questions will be answered tonight, but that doesn't mean you shouldn't wonder as you watch the season finale.
Nov 25, 2009TV Network - CBS
It's been a long time coming (99 other episodes specifically), but "Criminal Minds" is hitting episode 100 tonight and it's not going to be a small affair. C. Thomas Howell returns as The Reaper tonight and he and Hotchner (Thomas Gibson) are going to have their final showdown. We imagine it won't all go smoothly, but at least we won't have that storyline hanging over us as we make ourselves sick with turkey and stuffing on Thursday. Did we mention that D.B. Sweeney is also going to make an appearance this week? That's right, it's special guest star whose first name is an initial week on "Criminal Minds."
Sep 23, 2009TV Network - CBS
The fourth season finale showcased some seriously twisted criminal minds with the story of a quadriplegic and his brother who would kidnap, kill, and experiment on victims in the attempt to find a stem cell link to spinal injury repair. The fifth season is sure to feature even more dark and twisty story lines.