Reid interviews a suspect by himself for the first time in this episode.
Gideon: Dr. Thomas Fuller once said, "With foxes, we must play the fox."
Gideon: I like this house. Designer magazines conspicuously placed, expensive modern furniture, plasma TV. Behind the curtains, water damage. Allison spent money on the things her friends could see and neglected those they couldn't. The Crawfords lived beyond their means.
Morgan: Suspect's cell is going straight to voice mail.
Dr. Rachel Howard: Karl's a good man.
Morgan: That's what everybody says until they find a body in the basement.
Gideon: (turning the door knob) It's locked.
Dr. Rachel Howard: I'll get security.
Morgan: No. We don't have time for that. (kicks down the door)
Dr. Rachel Howard: Someone will have to pay for that.
Hotchner: Karl Arnold will.
Gideon: (discussing the killer) Tells the mother, 'If you scream, I'll kill your children.' Tells the children, 'If you cry, I'll kill Mommy.'
JJ: (discussing Hotch's newborn baby) He's so gorgeous.
Haley Hotchner: Thank you.
Reid: If you find baldness and wrinkles attractive.
Gideon: When you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth.
Reid: Are you hacking into the government HMO database? Is that legal?
Garcia: 'course not. We'll go to prison and you'll become someone's bitch.
Reid: (fascinated) Really?
Gideon: When you have eliminated the impossible
This expression of Occam's Razor, a logic principle that states the simplest explanation is usually the correct one, is usually attributed to Sherlock Holmes, a character created by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
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