Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior

Season 1 Episode 3

See No Evil

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Aired Wednesday 10:00 PM Mar 02, 2011 on CBS
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Cooper and his Red Cell team are called in by the Tucson Police Department to capture a serial killer who removes the eyes of the victims.

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  • I have to admit - the show will need more suspenseful plots to sustain my interest.

    7.0
    When you can guess the "message" or the serial killers purpose before the program has gotten to the mid-way point, it's time for better writing. I still feel that the actors in this spin-off are doing a decent job with the material they've been given. The young male profiler, in particular, definitely has potential. I liked the interaction between the female detective and Agent Cooper. Similar scenes in future episodes, will help to "humanize" him, and flesh out the character. When I read the synopsis of this episode, I thought the killer was the young man from Criminal Minds, who removed the eyes from his victims to use in his stuffed animal business. I hope they will have cross-over episodes in the future.moreless
  • The team has to find a person who takes the eyes of an older man.

    4.0
    This feels like a bad plot they didn't use on Criminal Minds and handed over to the new show. The part where the eyes are found with a newspaper and the obit of the man with the kneesurgery is the first thing they spot. Oh come on! It felt way too easy. I love Forest Whitaker but in the show he is no good. Way too intense and it just feels off. I am a huge CM fan and I really wanted to like this show too but I don't. One of the weakeast CM episodes was the crossover one. I don't care much for team either except Janeane Garofalo. She feels real. It is just weird with an ex-con, a pretty face with no substance and an english/irish marksman as profilers. I will watch a few more episodes because some shows do get better after a while. So far: not impressed.moreless
  • A little too gruesome with not enough substance.

    8.5
    Quite simply, if you don't want to see eyeballs extracted from someone's skull, do not watch this episode, because it was quite disgusting in that sense. The actual case was quite interesting, but it lacked any real substance to it, and I didn't enjoy it as much as the previous episodes.

    The chracters are getting less and less interesting, and the show I think will only be good if its cases are good, and toady's one was not that good.

    All up, the show is not really living up to expectations. The cast is not good, and today, the case wasn't great either. I'm hoping for something to change soon.moreless
Forest Whitaker

Forest Whitaker

Unit Chief Sam Cooper

Janeane Garofalo

Janeane Garofalo

SSA Beth Griffith

Michael Kelly

Michael Kelly

SSA John "Prophet" Sims

Beau Garrett

Beau Garrett

SSA Gina LaSalle

Matt Ryan

Matt Ryan

SSA Mick Rawson

Kirsten Vangsness

Kirsten Vangsness

Analyst Penelope Garcia

Justine Bateman

Justine Bateman

Margaret

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Karen Olivo

Karen Olivo

Det. Vivian Solis

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Vincent Duvall

Vincent Duvall

Det. Turner

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    • When SSA Griffith finds the obit, she tells SSA Rawson that the man died in Hope Memorial following surgery. She then reports to Cooper that she found an obit for a man who died following surgery, and he adds that their victim's surgery was also scheduled for Hope Memorial. As they leave, Cooper says, "One man dies after knee surgery and another one dies before it." Up to that point, there was no mention of what type of surgery was performed on the man in the hospital.

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