Jennifer Jareau : Last night, twenty-five people checked into emergency rooms in and around Annapolis. They were all at the same park after 2 p.m. yesterday. Within ten hours, the first victim died. It's now just past 7 a.m. the next day. We have twelve dead.
Derek Morgan : Lung failure and black lesions. Anthrax?
Dr. Spencer Reid : Anthrax doesn't kill this fast.
Dr. Linda Kimura : This strain does.
Emily Prentiss : What are we doing about potential mass targets - airports, malls, trains?
Aaron Hotchner : There's a media blackout.
Emily Prentiss : We're not telling the public?
Derek Morgan : We'd have a mass exodus.
David Rossi : The psychology of group panic would cause more deaths than this last attack.
Jennifer Jareau : I don't know how to do this. I can't stop thinking about Henry. He goes for a walk almost every single day at Potomac Park. What type of mother am I if I don't at least call and tell him to stay home?
Aaron Hotchner : JJ, we can't
Jennifer Jareau : I know, but... how do I not?
Aaron Hotchner : I understand that you want to protect your son. But if we all called home and use this information to give us an advantage that other people don't have... is that the right thing to do?
Penelope Garcia : I'm not good at this part. Every time you guys go away, I... I know you're in all kinds of ginormous danger and all I can do is sit here in my bubble and I hope and pray and I wish my babies to come back to me
Penelope Garcia : I try to stay positive, but... I don't know how to do this
Jennifer Jareau : If you could do anything to keep your family safe, even if it meant breaking procedure, would you?
Penelope Garcia : Yes! What procedure?
Jennifer Jareau : Never mind