SEASON SEVEN, EPISODE SIX: “There’s No Place Like Home”
Most exciting thing that has happened in the last week… For those of you that follow @annafleiner on Twitter and saw the auction she had for the autographed bobble head set, well I’m the crazy person who spent… a LOT and won them… Can’t wait for them to arrive, have a look at them and then hide them away with rest of my autograph collection. Other than that… Have found out what the fan mail address is for Criminal Minds and so now I am working on a fan letter and some other stuff to send… current work in progress
The episode starts off with a scene of a trailer park trailer near some trees as there is a storm raging nearby with lightening. We then go to the inside of the trailer where there is a Travis James (Alex Weed) asleep in the driver’s seat muttering away to himself, he then screams just as some loud thunder happens and he wakes up, looks out the windscreen at the storm and then moves back passed the curtain into the other compartment of the trailer. He grabs his shoes and then sits down on a box and starts putting them on, he then opens a curtain behind him and looks out at the storm again and then leans over and bangs on another box across from the one he is sitting on
TRAVIS: “It’s coming man! It’s coming!”
He then gets off the box and turns around and bend to unlock and open it, we get a view though an air hole and then the lid opens and we see that there is a boy inside Eric (Zac Badasci), which duct tape over his mouth and his wrists tied together and his ankles tied together as well. Travis then pulls the boy out and drags him to the outside of the trailer, where it is raining fairly heavily and there’s lightening… Travis dumps the boy down on the ground and then takes off his shirt and he then heads back over to trailer and grans a crowbar, he then comes back over to the boy and stands over him looking up at the sky before he looks back down and then takes a swing with the crowbar to bring it down on the boy.
Scene then changes to Jennifer ‘JJ’ Jereau (A.J Cook) and William LaMontagne’s (Josh Stewart) house as JJ is exiting her son Henry’s (Mekhai Anderson) bedroom and explaining that she finally got him down and we find out that Henry is not well having picked something up from playschool. JJ’s phone then alerts her to a message and she moves to get it. It’s a text message from Garcia saying ‘Hotch wants everyone in. 2 missing kids found dead.’ I’m going to quote this conversation because it’s vital to the episode and shows what’s going on in JJ’s personal life at home. Read more