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Yes, my love life has not been eventful lately." Emily began. How many perverts and rapist do you think are on those sites? Look at this, 'Sexxi Booi589' looks like he could be your type." Garcia laughed. The three girls scrolled down the list and not one man was what Emily was looking at them. JJ and Garcia came over to help her get ready, and insisted that they accompany her to the bar. " Emily sighed."Cross my heart." Garcia said, acting out her words."Alright." Emily said, as she walked over to get her laptop. " Garcia said triumphantly after they had created Emily's profile. "He doesn't have a picture, and his name isn't totally egotistical.""There we go; a step in the right direction. In fact, the two continued to talk to each other for weeks. They made plans to meet at a local bar at eight o'clock that night.When teenagers who were reported missing are suspected of a series of mass murders in Chicago, the BAU investigates their whereabouts to find a motive for the crimes.Also, Morgan has conflicting feelings when his girlfriend takes her job at a hospital as seriously as he takes his. :)"Come on, your love life is pathetic." Garcia pleaded as she sat on Emily's couch as she got drinks for JJ, Garcia and herself. All I want to do is help, and you're turning your back. She was officially EP178 on the website Garcia chose. Emily said she'd be in a red dress, waiting at the bar.I'm not." Emily insisted."It's not like it could hurt." JJ edged."For the last time, I am signing up for a dating website! Don't give them your address before you talk to them." JJ said."This conversation is over." Emily said."You know what? "Nine guys already tying to get a piece of you.""Doesn't that just boost my confidence." Emily said sarcastically."Oh be quiet and enjoy." JJ laughed as they browsed through Emily's contacts."Whoa! " JJ laughed, pointing to the next picture and Emily shook her head quickly. She knew it might be bad news, but she was excited none the less.She is not as ill-fitting as she was in the 8th season, but still feels cold and disconnected.Morgan and Savannah's (not one of the dullest or most forgettable love interests on the show but not very interesting at the same time, though she is played with decent charm) relationship also eats up too much of the story, is too soap-opera-like and can slow the episode down, also not playing to Morgan's strengths as a character who excels in empathising with kids and victims and being the tough guy.
They eventually gave up at the jerks that were looking at Emily's profile, and just began looking at the suggestions that the website made for her. She was okay with it, as long as they didn't wait with her.While other episodes do a worse job of not feeling like ' Criminal Minds' there is not enough of what makes the show so great at its best, like the profiling, psychological delving into the criminal's mind and procedural aspects or the little character moments that are so fun to watch.Conversely, "The Return" does look great, stylish, appropriately dark and audacious, while the music is haunting and melancholic.‘ Reid dodged what was sure to be a brutal prison initiation, shortly into his stint for the alleged murder of a doctor in Mexico. “There are a lot of internal and external factors that are yet to come in that storyline (resuming Wednesday at 9/8c),” she added, “so hang on tight.” Though the murder rap has Reid’s most protective fans virtually cowering behind their sofas with every development, Messer relishes the opportunity to explore such an ongoing storyline, and with a fan favorite.
But the brilliant BAU agent isn’t out of the woods yet. When asked if viewers have witnessed the worst that is yet to come for imprisoned Reid (played by Matthew Gray Gubler), showrunner Erica Messer answered, quietly and almost apologetically, “No…. “It’s such a fun thing for us to do on this show, because as you know we’ve never done anything this big of an arc for this long,” she says.
Could the ongoing absence of Hotch (played by terminated original cast member Thomas Gibson) be a factor? “I think it’s a combination of factors across the board, for every show that’s down,” Messer says. 9 in viewers.) “I think [the trend was happening] before the Reid arc even got kicked off, so I don’t think it has anything to do with that,” Messer says, standing by the soft-spoken genius’ prison ordeal.