Criminal minds episode devils night

posted 3 years ago in Relationships
Post # 3
535 posts
Busy bee


That episode originally aired in 2010…

Post # 4
13168 posts
Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: July 2010

I’ve seen that one (I’m pretty sure I’ve seen every episode of Criminal Minds – Love that show!).  But that’s an old episode.  They’re currently only airing re-runs since the season ended a couple of weeks ago.

Post # 6
2884 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: March 2013

ooh i havent seen that one yet. Ive literally just discovered i lvoe that show. i always used to turn off the TV when it came on as i got it mixed up with NCIS which i really don’t like. And then 2 days ago i discovered that it was completely different show and i loved it

and now i have loads on netflix to keep me occupied!

Post # 7
752 posts
Busy bee

@outgoingcutie15:  I love Criminal Minds (reruns included, lol).

I thought it was touching too! I don’t know if I would call it “happy” at the end because of the casualties but I know what you are saying!

I saw it a long time ago and then last night as well. I’m on my 3rd Criminal Minds today. I haven’t watched every single one ever produced, so some of them are still new to me.

Post # 8
1234 posts
Bumble bee

@outgoingcutie15:   It was a touching episode, but when I saw it, all I could think of were similarities to the Crow: Both took place in Detroit, and Devil’s Night was a big plot point; the same guy who played the main cop (though not a detective) in The Crow played the lead detective in this episode; in both, the main character was motivated by revenge (in CM it was revenge against multiple people who he perceived “abandoned” him; in The Crow the lead character is avenging his death and the death of his fiance—they were killed by a gang on the night before their wedding). Overall, though, I did like the episode, especially since this criminal was human, so to speak. He did horrible things, but unlike a lot of villians, he wasn’t a complete psychopath (he was, but I’m not sure how to put what I’m saying. I’m failing at this). Like, a lot of the villians on Criminal Minds would be just as likely to kill the kid, but you could tell this one was honestly touched by the knowledge he had a son. If that makes sense? I find the criminals that still have a touch of humanity to be the easiest to relate to and they’re the ones that make the most impact (there’s actually another episode that parellels the Crow, and I like the villian in that one for the same reason).

Post # 9
854 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2013

I haven’t seen that one yet but I actually just started watching that show 3 weeks ago. Now I DVR every episode!  So if it came on today, ill watch it soon. It’s really good but I dont really watch a lot of TV in the summer. I’m a teacher and just don’t have time to watch Aug- MayAPI wish Netflix streamed it. 🙁

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