I miss Diana and want her to come back.
I still don’t know what makes Criminal Minds special. I mean, except the psychological aspect it could be a typical crime show with suspects, guns and blood, but there is this little something between the characters that changes everything. It just feels so amazingly true, like if they really were a family and that they invite you to be part of it.
I think I would cringe if I saw the cast of CM on anything besides this show. I know Paget was in a few episodes of F.R.I.E.N.D.S and Josh Stewart is in Dark Knight Rises, The Collector and The Collection, but if I saw MGG or Thomas Gibson, i’d hate it.
Out of all the episodes so far in season 8, I’ve only really enjoyed a couple of them. I feel like the writers aren’t even trying anymore.
My friend has recently started watching CM, and she’s never watched it before but is acting like it’s her favorite show. I feel bad, but I don’t want her to watch it because I get so protective over it and I want to keep it to myself, as selfish as that sounds.
i feel like i wouldn’t be that upset if criminal minds didn’t come back after season 8. I still want a season 9, but it seems as though the writers are running out of storylines/plots to do and it would ruin the show.
There are so many underlying themes in Criminal Minds and I think that makes it so much more than a “cop show”. It’s definitely a reason why it’s my favorite show of all time.
I find it weird that there have been no episodes featuring a plane incident while the team was on board. If Grey’s Anatomy can do it, so should we.
I feel so bad for the unsub in “Safe Haven.” Yeah, he killed innocent families, but he had nobody in the entire world. His own mother hated him for something he couldn’t control. I cried during this episode, and honestly blame the mother more than I blame the kid.
I have a sneaking suspicion that the replicator is Kevin. It has absolutely no reasoning behind it, just gut feeling.
I will never watch “Broken” again. The first and last time I watched it I just sat there, crying and crying and crying.
My favorite episode is “True Night” because I think that it’s one of the most well written episodes.
When someone tries to challenge my knowledge of Criminal Minds, I’m like… bitch please.
I miss the first seasons, where every character was portrayed as the complex characters they really are and the cases weren’t always as bloody. I don’t mind the gore, but nowadays it’s almost always about finding out why the unsub is doing what it’s doing, a little bit profiling, and Garcia finding them in her computer.