JJ: Have you ever actually felt a baby kick? (she puts his hand on her belly) Do you feel that?
Reid: Does that freak you out?
JJ: No, not at all. Why, does it freak you out?
Reid: Very much so.
Morgan: I don't know how I could forget a face like hers.
Reid: You've been with so many girls you can't remember all their names?
Prentiss: Oh, come on, are you surprised?
Morgan: This has never happened to me before!
Reid: It's never happened to me before, either.
Prentiss: It can't happen to you, you have an eidetic memory.
Morgan: And besides... you've only got one name to remember.
Reid: First few murders were five to eight days apart. This one was just one day since Modesto. If we don't find him soon...
Prentiss: ...Goldilocks will be sleeping in someone else's bed tonight.
Prentiss: You considering it?
Reid: Considering what?
Prentiss: Having baby geniuses one day.
Prentiss: "Plenty sits still; hunger is a wanderer." Zulu proverb
Prentiss: "Beyond the East the sunrise, beyond the West the sea, and the East and West the wander-thirst that will not let me be." Gerald Gould
The title of this episode is derived from the term used by freight train hoppers who sneak into train yards. The act of leaving a town or area by hopping a freight train is sometimes referred to as "catching-out," as in catching a train out of town.
The song heard in the coffee shop scene is "Better" by Mary Arden Collins.
Prentiss: It's like Goldilocks became a serial killer.
Goldilocks is a young girl from a fairy tale who enters a house that isn't hers to eat the inhabitants' food and she sleeps in their beds.
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