The BAU is called to Houston, Texas when a past masked serial rapist coined the Piano Man - so named because of the piano wire he used to bind his victims - starts to re-offend, with his targets being his past victims. His crimes have since evolved where one of the victims, Vanessa Campbell, is abducted from her home - something the unsub had never done before - which they believe is meant to show his victims that they are safe nowhere from his clutches. He used drugs mimicking a date rape drug to knock the victims unconscious before committing his rapes. With news of the new offenses hitting the media, many of the Piano Man's past victims resurface, telling that they were indeed victimized recently by him again. Most of the women tell similar stories of the second rape - being hyper-vigilant about never leaving their drinking glass unattended, and now having a 1980's pop piano ballad being a trigger to horrific memories of that rape - while one, Diana Mitchell, tells a completely ...
Did You Know?
Four characters (Herman Scobie, Hamilton Bartholemew, Peter Joshua, and Regina Lampert) share the same names as characters in the 1963 movie Charade
(1963), which starred Cary Grant
and Audrey Hepburn
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Evanescence, Linkin Park, and Nickelback.
So Herman Scobie's into that nu-metal goth stuff.
Yeah, and his tramp stamp probably spells out *Massengill*. This guy doesn't ever have any Rage Against The Machine. I rock.
Dr. Spencer Reid
How old were you when you started listening to that band?
I was probably a teenager. Why?
Dr. Spencer Reid
You know, 14 is when we start to make our own musical choices. Our cognitive development evolves at that age and we start to form our own cultural identity.
We stop listening to the music that...
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