Reid: (about the unsub's MO) A complete and sudden emotional change. It's absolutely fascinating.
Garcia: I love you, Reid, but the stuff you find fascinating is sad.
Garcia: He sure does like his blondes. Not a good date though, too stabby.
Det. Henderson: (discussing Vincent's videotape) You're right. He's been doing this for 10 years.
Garcia: Nah, more like 20. The woman in this video... she's wearing a sweater I haven't seen since Flashdance.
Morgan: "No matter how dark the moment, love and hope are always possible." George Chakiris
Hotchner: "In order for the light to shine so brightly, the darkness must be present." Francis Bacon
The music heard in this episode was "Tears and Rain" by James Blunt.
Jake Cherry's performance as blinded Stanley Wolcott in this episode was assisted by Daniel Kish, a perceptual mobility instructor, who is the lead founder and CEO of World Access for the Blind. Daniel holds two national certifications in Orientation and Mobility, COMS and NOMC, and is the first totally blind individual to obtain both certifications.
Garcia: She's wearing a sweater I haven't seen since Flashdance.
Flashdance was a 1983 American romantic musical film that was the first collaboration of producers, Don Simpson and Jerry Bruckheimer. Its presentation of some sequences in the style of music videos was an influence on other 1980s films.
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