For fans of Criminal Minds, this is a Top Ten rundown, not a Ten Best rundown. I’m not going for quality here. These are basically the ten episodes I see with a lot of affection right now. I’ll be putting before you a quick insight to the episodes. However, to experience the brilliance, you’ll have to watch it to believe it. Here goes…
1. “L.D.S.K.” (Season One)
L.D.S.K. – a long-removed serial killer, is known as an expert sharpshooter. He shoots a few individuals in a park. Then, back at Quantico, Reid, the gun-shy fellow falls into a funk after he messes up his weapons qualification exam, despite Hotch’s patient endeavours to mentor him shooting.
2. “Broken Mirror” (Season One)
After a young lady (Elisabeth Harnois) is abducted, the FBI’s Behavioral Analysis Unit (BAU) moves into discover her attacker and save her twin sister, whom they think will be the next target. This is a stone strong early episode, which makes my rundown generally on the quality of one extraordinary scene: In an endeavour to incite the criminal into accomplishing something heedless, lead profiler Jason Gideon (Mandy Patinkin) captures a telephone call that is taunting to the father of the twins… and hangs up on him. At the point when the un-sub (obscure subject) tries to get back, Gideon hangs up each consequent call, cutting him off in mid-sentence over and over.