Criminal Minds

Season 9 Episode 23

Angels

42
Aired Wednesday 10:00 PM May 07, 2014 on CBS
8.4
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The BAU investigates when prostitutes are murdered in Texas. The investigation suggests the killings have religious overtones, but as the BAU delves further into the case their lives are put at risk. Part one of the two-episode season finale.

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  • the last scenes very emotive

    1.0
    not the best the las scenes were emotive
  • Angels

    6.5
    An okay episode, but it seems every CBS show including The Mentalist and Person of Interest have dealt with corrupt cops this season. Because of that night it just felt too unoriginal for me.
  • Fluctuated between good and bad.

    8.0
    Well if this was just your regular episode, I would probably rate it pretty highly beacuse it was interesting and it was a decent case that we got. But I expect the hyped up season finales and those kinds of episodes to be on a whole other level, and I wasn't sure whether really this one reached that level.



    Parts of it were definitely really good - the ending was doing in an interesting manner although for sure they will all be ok halfway through the next episode - or at least most of them. It was a good way to end an episode nonetheless.



    All up, a decent plot and episode, but perhaps lacking that star power to diffrentiate it from a standard episode. I'm not too sure about this one - I might need to see it again before I decide on my thoughts of it exactly.moreless
  • My God

    10
    Criminal MInds season finale's just keep getting more and more entertaining and this just show's that this show has much more to offer, though it started off as a case that seemed like every other it quickly became the opposite when the team consistently kept getting shoved back to square one till they finally got somewhere and the episode headed in a shoot on, Part One of this finale was amazing so far, So sad they couldn't show the entire thing but i cant wait!moreless
  • Oh Crap.

    10
    When i knew hookers were being murdered and then i saw Dinah, i thought she was just after the money, sending the girls back out to work. The i saw the Preacher (Brett Cullen) i knew he would have something to do with it and true enough, he didn't murder those workers, but he was part of the team along with Dinah. Then i saw (Michael Trucco), so he was the brains behind it all, but everyone had their cut and then when Reid and Morgan both got shot, i thought oh crap (i didn't know this was a two parter). What about that ME, what a bloody idiot, stupid fool. Looking forward to part two. Fantastic Episode.moreless
Joe Mantegna

Joe Mantegna

Senior SSA David Rossi

Thomas Gibson

Thomas Gibson

Unit Chief Aaron Hotchner

Shemar Moore

Shemar Moore

SSA Derek Morgan

Matthew Gray Gubler

Matthew Gray Gubler

SSA Dr. Spencer Reid

A.J. Cook

A.J. Cook

SSA Jennifer "JJ" Jareau

Kirsten Vangsness

Kirsten Vangsness

Analyst Penelope Garcia

Michael Trucco

Michael Trucco

Owen McGregor

Guest Star

Brett Cullen

Brett Cullen

Preacher Mills

Guest Star

Kevin E. West

Kevin E. West

Sheriff Coleman

Guest Star

Esai Morales

Esai Morales

Section Chief Mateo Cruz

Recurring Role

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    • Rossi: (about Preacher Mills criminal background) Why didn't we turn this up before now?
      Garcia: Because he changed his name before he crossed the border. The northern border to be exact. Mr. Mills hails from Tees, Alberta. I'll tell you what. Those Canadians, they seem so sweet and innocent, but when they go bad, they go Darth Vader bad.

    • Garcia: (Looking at pictures of Preacher Mills victim.) Oh, I'm going to have to look at kitten videos after this.

    • Rossi: "The name written on her forehead was a mystery: Babylon the great, the mother of prostitutes and of the abominations of the earth." Revelation 17:5.

    • Cruz: (referring to their kidnapping times) How are those ribs?
      J.J.: It still hurts when I laugh. You?
      Cruz: The scars impress the ladies.

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