Criminal Minds Episodes

2005, TV Show

Criminal Minds Season 2 episodes

No Way Out, Part II: The Evilution of Frank Season 2, Episode 23

In the second-season finale, Keith Carradine reprises his role as a serial killer. After Frank (Carradine) murders Gideon's girlfriend, Gideon takes off on his own to track him and becomes a suspect in the murder. The team must profile both men to find them. Jane: Amy Madigan. Sammy: Gina La Piana. Erin Strauss: Jayne Atkinson. read more

Legacy Season 2, Episode 22

The team travels to Kansas City to investigate a report of missing homeless people. Steven: Ronnie Steadman. Old Nate: Jack Donner. Cal McGee: Kristoffer Winters. Maggie: Bre Blair. read more

Open Season Season 2, Episode 21

The team investigate the discovery of bodies in the Idaho wilderness and they theorize that a group of killers is hunting humans for sport. Johnny: Jake Richardson. Paul: Jim Parrack. Brad: Richard Kuegeman. Sheriff Schaeffer: Larry Sullivan. Ranger Lizzie Evans: Kelly Overton. read more

Honor Among Thieves Season 2, Episode 20

Agent Prentiss' mother, Ambassador Elizabeth Prentiss (Kate Jackson), asks the team to help locate a Russian immigrant who has been kidnapped and held for ransom. Lysoswsky: Elya Baskin. Josh Kramer: Gonzalo Menendez. Sergei: Gregory Wagrowski. Lyov: Dimitri Diatchenko. Fyodor: Zoran Radanovich. read more

Ashes and Dust Season 2, Episode 19

The team tries to stop a serial arsonist who targets the homes of upper-middle-class families and strikes when everyone is sleeping. Dennis Cutler: John Nielsen. Paul: Jordan Garrett. Vincent Stiles: Sean O'Bryan. Evan Abby: Tom Schanley. Allison Abby: Christina Carlisi. read more

Jones Season 2, Episode 18

Gideon tracks a serial killer in New Orleans who slashes his victims' throats, then disembowels them. The murderer was thought to have perished in Hurricane Katrina until a fourth victim turned up in the French Quarter. The probe reveals the killer sent a letter to the lead detective in the case confirming that he's back in action. Gideon also believes the man identifies closely with Jack the Ripper and may be copying his crimes. read more

Distress Season 2, Episode 17

The agents travel to Houston where a killer snaps his victims' necks, but the seemingly random pattern of choosing who dies baffles the team. Because the murders occurred near construction sites and abandoned buildings, the agents believe the killer is a homeless person. read more

Fear and Loathing Season 2, Episode 16

The agents travel to a mostly white New York suburb where four murders are believed to be hate crimes since three of the victims, young black women, had swastikas painted on their faces. The agents need to work fast to prevent another killing and the possibility of a race riot among the town's tense residents. read more

Revelations Season 2, Episode 15

Conclusion. The team's urgency to find the killer increases when they realize he's holding Reid captive and they see a live feed of a bound and drugged Reid, who flashes back to his own troubled childhood while drifting in and out of consciousness. Det. Farraday: Bill Smitrovich. Man in Black: Don Swayze. read more

The Big Game Season 2, Episode 14

Part 1 of 2. The team pursues what is believed to be a team of killers that sets up computer webcams to record murders and then posts them on the Internet. Tobias Hankel: James Van Der Beek. Jim Nantz and Phil Simms have cameos. Gayle: Keisha Alfred. read more

No Way Out Season 2, Episode 13

In a diner in Nevada, surrounded by local police, Gideon sits with a notorious serial killer (Keith Carradine) and tries to get him to divulge where he's keeping a woman hostage. Adding to the drama is the killer's vow to walk out of the diner a free man. Jane: Amy Madigan. read more

Profiler, Profiled Season 2, Episode 12

When Morgan goes home to see his family in Chicago, he's arrested as a serial killer by a detective who used a profile that Gideon had sent to him after reviewing the case. The team flies to Chicago to find the real murderer and exonerate Morgan. read more

Sex, Birth, Death Season 2, Episode 11

The team travel to Washington, D.C., where a serial killer is targeting prostitutes, and they suspect that a teen who approached Reid to ask his opinion about serial murders is the killer. Meanwhile, a congresswoman about to make a speech on the decreased crime rate threatens to take the case from Hotch if he calls a press conference to talk about the murders. read more

Lessons Learned Season 2, Episode 10

Gideon interrogates a detained terror suspect at Gitmo after a raid on a suspicious home uncovers a device designed to disperse chemical weapons and clues that indicate an attack is imminent and that lead to the detainee. Also, new agent Emily Prentiss (Paget Brewster), who's fluent in Arabic, joins Reid in studying the terrorist while Gideon talks to him. read more

The Last Word Season 2, Episode 9

The team searches for two serial killers who are terrorizing the same town. They're polar opposites in method and personality, and seem to be in competition with each other. Meanwhile, a new profiler arrives to join the team, but neither Hotch nor Gideon know anything about her. read more

Empty Planet Season 2, Episode 8

The team travels to Seattle, where a serial bomber is targeting centers of automated technology, and Reid discovers that the perpetrator is obsessed with a futuristic novel in which humans are taken over by robots. read more

North Mammon Season 2, Episode 7

A man abducts three college women and locks them in a room, telling them that only two of them will live and they must choose who dies. The team takes the case when J.J., who grew up in the victims' hometown, is approached by one of the mothers. Brooke: Mimi Michaels. Kelly: Kelly Kruger. Polly: Kayle Mae Maloney. Marcus: Tom Schmid. read more

The Boogeyman Season 2, Episode 6

A small community in Texas is terrorized by a killer who takes children into the woods and murders them. Meanwhile, a worried Hotch searches for Elle after she misses a mandatory psych evaluation and doesn't answer her cell phone. James Charles: Sean Bridgers. Emma: Jessenia Quiroz. Jeffrey: Cameron Monaghan. read more

Aftermath Season 2, Episode 5

The team profiles a serial rapist who attacked young women at religious schools before taking a six-week break and resuming his crimes, but targeting a different demographic. Maggie: Dahlia Salem. William Lee: Jason London. Alicia Jordan: Mandy June Turpin. Craig Dyson: Jonathan Klein. read more

Psychodrama Season 2, Episode 4

The agents travel to Los Angeles when a bank robber's MO changes to include displays of rage along with telling his hostages to strip and engage in sexual acts in front of the others. Claire Henderson: Jean St. James. Det. Murad: Marco Sanchez. Roland Lynch: Gary Wolf. Sheppard: Jason Wiles. read more

The Perfect Storm Season 2, Episode 3

The teams search for what they believe are two killer cohorts who torture and murder young women and then send DVD recordings of their crimes to the victims' mothers. Frank: Paul Norwood. Mary: Katie Mitchell. Laura: Millie Huckabee. Det. Portillo: John Verea. Mike Kroger: David Park. Amber: Nicki Aycox. read more

P911 Season 2, Episode 2

A former profiler (Mary Page Keller) working undercover in the bureau's child-pornography unit brings in the team to find a captive child who's being sold in an online auction. Peter: Michael Len. Amanda Gilroy: Jodi Lyn O'Keefe. Kevin: Daryl Sabara. Michael: David Pevsner. read more

The Fisher King Season 2, Episode 1

Conclusion. The team continues its search for a kidnapped girl (Amanda Bernero) and her enigmatic abductor, who has left clues for the agents. Tired of following the kidnapper's lead, Gideon has the team proceed as they would on any other case. Randall: Charley Rossman. Mrs. Reid: Jane Lynch. Robert Greenaway: Jeff Marchelletta. read more

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Premiered: September 22, 2005, on CBS
Rating: TV-14
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Premise: A procedural thriller about the FBI's Behavioral Analysis Unit, which profiles criminals to solve crimes. The ensemble drama relies on the diversity of the team, which includes a young genius and a seasoned leader tortured by a past case. Unlike other crime dramas that focus on science, this series is very cerebral and almost Holmesian in its deductive analysis of the crimes and their perpetrators.

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