Best Criminal Minds Episodes
I am a CM addict but hat when Haley is pursued, then killed that it was my most favourite yet heart-wrenching episode. Thomas Gibson absolutely deserved an Emmy. Every time I see it, I cry like a baby, because I have followed Hotchs difficult decisions which were at a huge cost to him. So glad Jack survived the Reaper!
Wow! I just saw episode "100". It was very good but at the same time very hard to watch. I'm glad that the reaper was killed and Thomas Gibson's acting was amazing!. I myself will not watch it again, but it does get a five star review. One of the most chilling episodes ever.
Always thought this was the best! The way it was filmed in "looking back" way! T Gibson's acting was/is flawless here & every emotion is felt! Our satisfaction when Hotch gets to kill REAPER AT LAST with his bare hands% And the sadness of loosing Haley, as the team was listening & as she said goodbye to Hotch & wants her son to know how they fell in love & insisting he teach Jack LOVE IS MOST IMPORTANT vs the JOY of learning Jack survived & "WORKED THE CASE" leaves this episode as one of a kind! WONDER WHY IT WAS TITLED "100"?
Made me cry like a baby, I couldn't bear seeing my sweet, adorable Reid going through all this! And he was loyal & selfless despite all his suffering... He was willing to sacrifice himself to save his team & the other citizens! "Revelations" completely devastated me, but this episode made me fall in love with Spence even harder, and I loved it, even though it was so painful that I barely could watch it! If you are a fan of Spencer, you should definitely watch these two episodes, but really prepare to feel absolutely horrible, and not even completely relieved at the ending...
I loved these episodes. Made me cry at the end and some parts in between. Reid is my favorite character. I didn't even realise how emotional these made me feel until the end when I could finally breath knowing Reid was safe. It's unbelievable how emotionally connected the show can make you. The characters are so real, I forget that everything is fake. I had to remind myself in these episodes that everything was fake or I would have freaked out. Huge fan of Spencer Reid and the show period.
One of the best episodes of Criminal minds. A real team job. Love each scenes, the camera twist. The cast, great Job KV and the rest of the cast.
We kick off this Top 10 Criminal Minds with Garcia fighting for her life after being shot.
I loved this episode. You learn a lot about Garcia.
I watched this episode three time and each time it brought me tears and yelling at the screen for Emily to not get revenge on Doyle of becuase she died at the end of the episode. So sad...
This and all the ones that lead up to this are my favorites. Also the one where Prentiss leaves after they try to force her to turn on Hotch. Loved her character!
Emily has always been my favorite, but this episode put her above and beyond any other character.
I ever thought I would encounter such an amazing episode so early in the show. I cry all the time though, so I got my sister to watch it, and she is made of rock. She is still in her room crying. This shows a mothers love in a completely unique way. It is also different because in every other crime show like NCIS, they always achive what they set out to get. But in Criminal Minds, it changes your perspevtive on what is a true happy ending or not. This eiosde will always catch me of guard in the most random of ways. If I'm cooking or doing dishes, I will remember this episode and just start bawling.
This episode deserves to be at LEAST in the top ten. Just amazing. Wonderfully written story with twists and turns, outstanding acting, and the only episode of any T.V.-show to date to leave me with tears in my eyes. This is one of the best of 'em, for sure.
The team of investigators interview husband and wife serial killers with their execution date set for two days time.
Just watched these, they were brilliant.
Love this episode!
From the moment in season 1 where he wouldn't talk to Reid about nightmares, I knew that he had some sort of haunting past. This episode was well written and well executed by the actors to bring to light Morgan's past as well as share more of his character.
It's so sad yet so good
So suspenseful, totally shocking when you begin to put everything together.
Most interesting arsonist case! Had me on the edge of my seat the whole time!
JJ and Will getting married was the best part. I love those two and Henry so much, and they are just an extremely cute family. The fact that JJ was kicking and screaming when she saw will going into the bank was so sad, but it shows that she loves Will to death and that she would do anything to protect her family, including fighting Izzy to save Henry. I just love the show Criminal Minds and I just love JJ's family.
The Start of the 'Reaper Saga'.
A bomber in Palm Beach forces Gideon to confront an old adversary.
Gideon was at his best1 Miss him.
The acting is fantastic in this episode.
I was crying like a baby at the end.
The 50th episode the team have to find a young girl who has been kidnaped.
Very emotional episode! I loved it!
The team travels to Seattle to find the captor of four missing women.
The ending and just the concept of the episode in general was just so chilling.
When Gideon revealed the amount of rings in the box it caught me completely off guard and was honestly terrifying.
This one definitely wins in my opinion.
The team attempts to catch a killer who preys on families while they are supposed to be on vacation.
Brilliantly cryptic ending, when Gideon reveals the rings in the box you can't help but piece together how many people were murdered by this serial killer
This truly had me in tears sobbing just as Revelations did. I watched this episode at around 1 AM and I couldn't stop myself from leaking tears and crying the entire time. This episode is very VERY underrated and needs to be brought to attention. It gives you the view of the killer, unlike all these previous episodes. We don't watch or witness the steps it takes to arrest Jonny, but we see his scattered point of view. Truly, one of the very best episodes. As an artist, though I may not be a murderer, I relate.
In my own world, I believe that artists are the people who suffer more than regular people. Artists have lower self esteem and you have to be careful everyone. Say the wrong thing, and you may never know what happens behind the screen.
This is my favorite episode so far. The quote from Emily Prentiss is always stuck in the back of my head. I just can't get it out. At the end of the episode, she said to Rossi "it just makes me wonder... are we all capable of something like that? ". Ugh that just really gets me thinking. That's when I start to understand what Spencer mean when he says that he is afraid of his own mind. What would it take for me to go through a psychotic break? What would it take for any of us to completely lose ourselves?
The team are called to an Arizona college when an arsonist who operates in a very unusual way kills a student.
This is about two teenage girls go missing, one of which is soon found dead and freshly buried. The team soon suspects that the killings are related to the witness protection program. I think it's the best they have ever done its funny,interesting and just literally has u off the edge of your seat.
Oh my. I saw this one today. The yucky was very high on this one. Have you seen it. All I can say is yuck. I think it was more of a yuck to me do to the fact that I was eating lunch when I was watching it.
So, Hotch has stepped down, Morgan has taken over, and, oh yeah, there's a guy cutting people's eyes out.
It was just an amazing episode... Not particularly gory, but the storyline was so touching... I was on the edge of my seat the entire time, and the final minutes made me cry, out of joy and sadness at the same time. The ending, although kinda sad, was so relieving! The directing was amazing, and the casting too! Especially Evan Peters, he was extremely touching! He's so talented! I loved him in this episode (and I love him anyways! ). It's a wonderful episode!
It's such an amazing episode! The directing was brilliant! It made me feel grief and happiness at the same time... I so loved it! Matthew Gray Gubler did an unbelievable job at directing it (and it's actually the first episode he directs! ) and Evan Peters was simply amazing. His performance as Charlie Hillridge was so touching! Mosley Lane is very thrilling, and the ending is very moving! I VERY highly suggest you watch this episode more!
My heart almost broke at the expression on the child's face, the torn emotions that were probably racing through his mind. The actors were all amazing, and the plot was so heart-wrenching that everybody should watch this episode.
The actors are phenomenal in this episode. Very very convincing. Amazing plot. Directed by the very best - Matthew Gray Gubler.
My favorite episode by far. Definitely recommend to everyone.
Hotch's contemptuous slaydown of reid in front of ldsk had me completely fooled until that last line of " it's front sight, trigger press, follow through", that and Reid's Oscar level wounded puppy dog looks. Make me love this episode
I love the part when Reid shoots the guy straight in the head! TOTAL TAKE DOWN! And when he says to Hotch, "I was a twelve year old prodigy in a Las Vegas High School, you kick like a nine year old girl." Totally loved it.