When LAPD detective Owen Kim gives Dr. Spencer Reid and Gideon a ride to the airport after they gave his colleagues a lecture an profiling, they accept to join him when he's told about a murder, and decide to stay when they hear there has been a recent series of victims from the film industry, mainly acting. It soon appears the killer singles out persons he considers a danger to his idol, rising Hollywood star Lila Archer, such as a hostile producer, another actress which got 'her' part or looks too much like her...
Did You Know?
On the plane ride to L.A., JJ mentions that the L.A. media is calling Natalie Ryan's murder "the biggest celebrity homicide since Sharon Tate
". Tate was famously murdered by members of the Manson family in 1969 as part of Charles Manson
's delusional attempt to start his "Helter Skelter" race war. See more
Reid refers to the murderer "John Robert Bardo." This is incorrect; Bardo's name is actually Robert John Bardo. See more
Bernard Shaw once said "An American has no sense of privacy. He does not know what it means. There is no such thing in the country."
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