Post # 1
So has anyone seen the show criminal minds and if so has anyone seen the devils night episode. It is the episode where this guy killed and burned people. The part of this episode that was heartbreaking is at the end he found out he has a kid and when he finds out his kid touch the killers/ fathers face since the killer got burned and he got arrested and the kid ran to the car laughing the car window. It was a happy ending. It thought me that your parents should be loved by their children unconditionally. And the kid loves his father no matter what he looked like.
Post # 3
That episode originally aired in 2010…
Post # 4
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 # 5
I know it was a rerun. The episode being a rerun or not is not the point. The point is how touching and emotional it was.
Post # 6
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
@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
@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
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. 🙁