Wednesday, May 5, 2010

New Episode - 5. 20 - A Thousand Words - Promo 2



WHEN A SERIAL KILLER COVERED IN TATTOOS COMMITS SUICIDE, HE LEAVES THE BAU TEAM CLUES TO THE IDENTITY OF ONE LAST VICTIM WHO MAY STILL BE ALIVE, ON "CRIMINAL MINDS," WEDNESDAY, MAY 5

Green Bay Packers Wide Receiver Greg Jennings Guest Stars As an Evidence Tech at the Crime Scene

"...A Thousand Words" - The BAU team must profile a serial killer covered in tattoos who commits suicide, but leaves clues to the whereabouts of his last victim, on CRIMINAL MINDS, Wednesday, May 5 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Green Bay Packers wide receiver Greg Jennings guest stars as an evidence tech at a crime scene, and Dean Norris ("Breaking Bad") guest stars as Detective Barton.

SERIES REGULARS:

David Rossi................................ Joe Mantegna
Aaron Hotchner....................... Thomas Gibson
Emily Prentiss........................... Paget Brewster
Derek Morgan.......................... Shemar Moore
Dr. Spencer Reid........... Matthew Gray Gubler
Jennifer Jareau................................. A.J. Cook
Penelope Garcia.................. Kirsten Vangsness

GUEST CAST:

Tech Jennings............................. Greg Jennings
Detective Barton........................... Dean Norris
Juliet....................................... Jolene Andersen
Rebecca................................... Holland Roden
Police Dispatcher One........ Kimberly Van Luin
Police Dispatcher Two............ Dana Lyn Baron
Nora............................................. Tina Lifford
Unsub/Man............................... John Thaddeus
Trooper Pasternak......................... Fred Cross
Trooper Creighton.................... David Stranbra
Deliveryman......................... Jason M. Roberts
Tommy............................................ J.F. Pryor
Paramedic................................ Reginald Mayo

WRITTEN BY: Edward Allen Bernero, one of the series' executive producers
DIRECTED BY: Rosemary Rodriguez

5 comments:

  1. Nice site, very informative. I like to read this.,it is very helpful in my part for my criminal law studies.

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  2. Bloody, gory episode. Thanks Ed!

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  3. This was a powerful episode. Great work from everyone. Thanks Ed!

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  4. Love tonights episode! Strong, remarkable and well written. Great job Ed and thank you! Everyone did a tremendous job. The actors were really superb.

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  5. That was fabulous. FA-BU-LOUS. Bravo Mr. Bernero!! I hereby dub thee the king of the writers' room. LOL

    Nice to have the characters back to being so true to themselves. Especially Reid!!! When he was going on and on about the tatoos and the officers were all "what is UP with this guy" but Rossi was all used to it and was just like "uh-huuuh..." LOL!! I loved how the team actually complained about something for once, made them more realistic. I remember thinking in the previous Miami episodes how funny it was that they never once mentioned the heat/humidity. I also love how Hotch is soooo able to batten down the hatches on his own emotions, so much so that with a superficial glance one would think him incapable of knowing what emotions are... but he picks up so well on others (his team, the Officers of the Week, etc.) and is able to be compassionate and comforting to them. Hotch rocks. AND he looks super yummy w/o his jacket on. Although I guess that part is more Thomas Gibson than Hotch. LOL! And that red top looked great on PageyPage! :) Nice pace from beginning to end with lots of surprises and great work by all the actors. Plus, additional food for thought at the end for people to chew on about nature vs. nurture. Epic. A++++!! :D

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