[S1E22] The Fisher King (1)
Asshole Victim: Downplayed. Rebecca Bryant isn't very popular with the police due to being a conflictive teen and serial runaway. The other victims of the unsub are selected for being criminals, however.
Busman's Holiday: Morgan and Elle go on vacation to Jamaica, only to be pulled into the case by the unsub along with everyone else.
Clear Their Name: Downplayed. Elle is briefly held in custody as a suspect on a murder (with Morgan also being watched) committed by the unsub in the island.
Cliffhanger: The episode ends with Elle being shot.
Couldn't Find a Pen: The unsub writes messages to the BAU on the walls, using the blood of his victims.
Evil Cripple: The unsub was disfigured on a house fire.
Fisher King: The alias used by the unsub is "The Fisher King", and he is obsessed with the Arthurian legend.
Foreshadowing: Gideon starts to question his ability to continue with the BAU.
Hollywood Hacking: The first unsub to hack on Garcia's computer in order to unravel his plan.
Love at First Sight: Hotch apparently fell head over heels with Haley back in college when he saw her in the drama club.
Ms. Fanservice: Elle wears a green bikini in Jamaica.
Police Are Useless: Jamaican cops are at least in this instance. The one questioning Elle clearly wants to just force her to confess because it's easier than actually investigating the crime.
Real-Life Relative: Rebecca is played by Amanda Bernero, daughter of then showrunner Edward Allen Bernero who also wrote and directed the episode.
Stalker Without a Crush: The unsub stalked the BAU through the first season before striking. And he was not motivated romantically, obviously.
Vacation Episode: The BAU goes on vacation during this episode. Of course, it soon turns into a Busman's Holiday.
Ye Olde Butcherede Englishe: The unsub's final message reads "Here thy quest doth truly begin."
[S1E22] The Fisher King (1)
The episode is full of suspense and excitement as the team races against the clock to save the victim. The ending is particularly nerve-wracking as the team must make a difficult decision that could potentially cost lives. The episode is a timeless classic, as it has been watched multiple times and never gets old. The plot is captivating and the suspense keeps the viewer enthralled. An unforgettable episode, The Fisher King (1) is sure to leave a lasting impression.
In the episode "L.D.S.K.", the BAU team is tasked with identifying a killer who is randomly shooting at victims in broad daylight. With the help of local law enforcement officers, they manage to recreate one of the shootings in order to better understand the killer's motives.The episode was well-received, with viewers praising Reid for his excellent job. It was also noted for the hilarious wordplay involving a Nietzsche quote, where Gideon states "I was aiming for his leg", leaving viewers unsure of whether he was joking or not. This added a comedic element to the episode, making it even more enjoyable.The episode was rated 7.88 from 892 votes.
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