On Criminal Minds Season 10 Episode 7, the BAU is called to investigate a serial murderer who is targeting people who are popular on social media. Meanwhile Morgan is troubled over missed opportunities with his girlfriend. Find out how it turns out when you watch Criminal Minds online.

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On Criminal Minds Season 10 Episode 7, the BAU investigates the death of a teenage girl who is popular on social media.

The unsub kills her in her home, then posts a picture of her to Twitter with the hashtag "#selfie". The tweet gets over a million hits and retweets.

The BAU suspects that the unsub is obsessed with popular social media people and realizes he will likely kill again.

The unsub does exactly that when he murders Alexander Chase, who has 150,000 followers. He uses a nail gun to do it.

After Daniel Osborne taunts the killer on social media, the unsub kills him too with a nail gun.

Meanwhile, Morgan complains to Garcia about not being able to keep his promises to Savannah his girlfriend. Garcia gives him some sage advice.

You can find out how it all turns out when you watch Criminal Minds online!

Episode Details

On Criminal Minds Season 10 Episode 7, the BAU team heads to Maryland where people with a large social media following are being murdered.

Rating: 3.8 / 5.0 (24 Votes)
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Criminal Minds Season 10 Episode 7 Quotes

Morgan: Okay. Savannah, it's really important to me that you know I'm not all talk. Welcome to our permanent vacation. Just think about it like this: the world needs both of us, and there's really nothing we can do about it. But we need each other just the same, Savannah. I know I need you. What we do is important to each of us. But this, it can be our own fortress of solitude. Just you and me.
Savannah: This is for us?
Morgan: If you're game. Living next door door to each other is not working for me anymore. What do you think?
Savannah: I think I love you.

There is fellowship more quiet even than solitude, and which, rightly understood, is solitude made perfect - Robert Louis Stevenson