Su's Criminal Minds / MGG blog
Wednesday, August 13, 2014
szejo:

I stole this picture from 
http://businessdrunk.tumblr.com/post/3127914510
and added some text.
I’m considering doing a “Where’s Reid” series.

Blast from the past.

szejo:

I stole this picture from 

http://businessdrunk.tumblr.com/post/3127914510

and added some text.

I’m considering doing a “Where’s Reid” series.

Blast from the past.

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Friday, August 8, 2014
criminalmindsfansblog:

youkicklikeanineyearoldgirl-cm:

criminalmindsjj:

This is priceless! “Whatever awesome say Shemar comes up that doesn’t sound like a white, nerdy writer wrote it”

I can’t wait to see if he actually says this or if he changes it to something else

THAT’S funny! What script is this from?Y’all DO know that Douglas Adams wrote Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, right? My guess is Breen or Rick.

I’m gonna go with Breen because of that vine video of him and the nerd trivia thing. 

criminalmindsfansblog:

youkicklikeanineyearoldgirl-cm:

criminalmindsjj:

This is priceless! “Whatever awesome say Shemar comes up that doesn’t sound like a white, nerdy writer wrote it”

I can’t wait to see if he actually says this or if he changes it to something else

THAT’S funny! What script is this from?Y’all DO know that Douglas Adams wrote Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, right? My guess is Breen or Rick.

I’m gonna go with Breen because of that vine video of him and the nerd trivia thing. 

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Spencer Reid + looking far too good in his FBI vest

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This must have been an older episode. She looked good here.

This must have been an older episode. She looked good here.

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Thursday, August 7, 2014
Most people who don’t have anxiety or depression don’t get it. They don’t understand what you mean when you say you cry for no reason. They think you’re just emotional. They don’t know how it feels to have your heart pumping out of your chest and to be short of breath and can’t control it, or to feel like the whole world is tumbling down on top of you and you can’t fix it. They don’t get that Anxiety & Depression are both illnesses, not a birth defect. It’s not your personality either, it’s just taken over it. They think we like the attention, but they have no idea how badly we want to feel happy. To have a real smile, not a fake one. To not have to go through the day feeling worthless. To not cry for a week straight. To just be happy, like the average teenager should.

Was this a quote from Matthew? There were no tags to give credit to whoever said it and no further info (at least not that would show up on my connection).

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Tuesday, August 5, 2014
Hotch and Callahan

Hotch and Callahan

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I miss when the characters were better defined and more individual like this.

This was from the second episode of season 3, right?

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thesoulfulartist:

Drawing of Shemar Moore from Criminal Minds requested by a friend of mine. I hope you all like it! 

thesoulfulartist:

Drawing of Shemar Moore from Criminal Minds requested by a friend of mine. I hope you all like it! 

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Criminal Minds (CBS)

Premieres: Wednesday, Oct. 1 at 9/8c

Where We Left Off: After Reid got shot in the neck (and survived), Blake, in a panic, called him Ethan, the name of her previously unknown 9-year-old son who died of a mysterious neurological disease. After she dropped Reid off at his apartment and explained who Ethan was, Reid found her BAU credentials in his bag as he watched her hail a cab from his window.

What’s Next: Jennifer Love Hewitt joins the show as Kate Callahan, Blake’s replacement. Unlike Blake, who has transferred to Boston, Kate has no history with anyone on the team. “The idea is that they’ve been down an agent all summer [and] they’ve been interviewing a lot of people, and Hotch meets with her and says, ‘You got the gig,’” executive producer Erica Messer tells us. “You’re going to get to know her from the ground up and … she won’t remain a mystery.” Though the show is entering its 10th season, don’t expect it to wax nostalgic and revisit old unsubs, like last year with The Reaper. “We’re going to be moving on to new, fresh mythologies,” Messer says.

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Monday, August 4, 2014
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0laura0:

Suburban Gothic Trailer

LOL. This would make more sense if she was wearing something that actually let her tits show.

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I always loved this scene. It showed that Reid was truly affected and despite his reservations and feeling like he couldn’t do his job, he actually could do it. But he struggled and he opened up to Morgan about it. 

Of course, I do miss the alternate deleted scene where he totally messed with Morgan’s head. I wish they had found a way to put that deleted scene in another episode somehow or work it in and do it again.

This is something they don’t often touch on in the show anymore— that Reid (and some of the other team members) truly know what its like to be the victim.

I wish they would touch on that more often and have a trigger that reminds Reid of his experience and have him really empathize with someone. I don’t want him to break down or be unable to focus, but I want to see him use it. Or maybe he can use it with an unsub that went through a similar experience.

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Sunday, August 3, 2014

helshades:

What were your inspirations, especially since [Tauriel] is a completely created character; what brought you to bring that power because there were a lot of ways you could have played that role that would have been along the lines of what we usually see for a girl in an action movie where she’s not in the adventure, she’s the prize…?

 

While I love everything about Evangeline Lilly anyway, I’ve often had the occasion to ponder on female characters and their writing of late, and sometimes I get the impression that there exists another type of pendulum, which swings from the much-maligned Strong Female figure to that dangerous idea that “But Women Have Their Own Strength After All” and I must say it bothers me quite a lot.

It bothers me also because I know that this is mostly true. Women often receive an education very different from what men are being taught, in most if not all countries and even today, and I would never think for a minute that a woman raising children is in any way less strong than an orc-slaying warrior, that’s not my point; only, I feel a bit concerned whenever I hear a female character being called masculine because she “does like the men”. Well, maybe we write female characters in some ways because we find it more interesting from a narrative perspective to have them fight rather than change diapers. It counts. Also, there are attitudes that we call manly but are actually mostly human, only we prefer women to be “feminine”.

Yes, yes, I know, it’s important to make characters photogenic, but sometimes I wish for more lady warriors who act like brutes. Just because I have a more extensive definition of femininity than looking pretty and well-groomed whilst engaging in activities that would normally render everyone dirty.

I do take issue with the recent trend to show women with unrealistic physical strength and fighting prowess and saying that it represents female empowerment. In the past few years, CBS fired two of the longtime lead actresses on one of my favorite shows. When there was a fan outcry, they hired them back (although in the case of one of them, they forced her to come back because of a clause in her contract— after a year she told them to kiss her ass and left). The other actress decided that her character was too “weak” because she wasn’t punching out bad guys or laughing in the face of danger so they completely changed her personality. She went from being the media liaison who had to deal with horrors every day, manipulate people, and basically had been a strong and more believable/relatable character to being ninjaBarbie robot. They took away her empathy, warmth, and features that made her appealing and then had her suddenly roundhouse kicking men twice her size and winning fights. She got tortured for over a day and suddnely was able to run and chase people and then went out for drinks as if nothing had happened. It did not seem human. What bugs me is that there was a perception than anything less than this suddenly robotic new superhero would have been “weak”. (Granted, if she had started out as an asskicking badass it wouldn’t have been so bad, but the sudden change was jarring). They basically have the same actress playing a completely different character who has the same name as the original one. Even the male characters on the show don’t win as many physical fights and had some trauma from being tortured. But not only does this revised version of the female character have to be tougher than other females out there— she has to be tougher than the males just to be considered equal.
It bugs me that the current shows don’t seem to show appreciation for intellectual strength. There is strength in allowing oneself to cry and have real human emotions.

So, now the character went from being someone people liked, to someone people hate.

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mairazol:

From Life After Beth

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