Trivia, Quotes, Notes and Allusions
Hotchner: If we'd studied Foyet's initial crimes, we would have know that a survivor didn't make sense.
Prentiss: What does he have to do with this?
Hotchner: All we had to do was stop and look at Foyet's history and we didn't, and we lost two couples and a bus full of people and I'm not making that mistake again.
Reid: I've been thinking about it and, in the entire time I've known Hotch. I don't think I've ever seen him blink.
Garcia: I know - it's weird.
Reid: Alpha-male behavior.
Garcia: Do you think he stared down Foyet?
Reid: Maybe. It could be what saved his life.
Garcia: Do you think he stared the whole time, like with each... (makes stabbing motion) ...stab?
Reid: I have no idea.
Garcia: Is he OK?
Reid: I wouldn't be, but I'm a blinker.
Morgan: Every day that Foyet is out there Hotch loses and you know that.
Rossi: You know what that makes Hotch?
Rossi: (shaking his head) Motivated.
Hotchner: "There is no witness so dreadful, no accuser so terrible, as the conscience that dwells in the heart of every man." Polybius
Hotchner: Emily Dickinson wrote, "One need not be a chamber to be haunted. One need not be a house. The brain has corridors surpassing material places."
Hotchner is seen putting his weapon on the right side of his pants and drawing it with his right hand, although the actor is left-handed.
The unsub in this episode, Darrin Call, was named after Erica Messer's friend from college, Aaron Call. Erica and Aaron attended a sociology class taught by Dr. Charlie Cipolla. The name of another friend, Tim Cureton, is mentioned when Darrin Call is at the door of the Sterner House.