1.13 PoisonThis is a featured page

Season: 1 Episode # 13 Original Air Date: January 18, 2006


The team travels to New Jersey where several people have been poisoned (one fatally) with LSD ten times more potent than the street version.
Set in:
Beachwood, NJ
Best Moments Between Characters:
  • At the end when JJ asks Hotch why he chose the BAU. He told her it was because he wanted to stop the killers before they got to his desk but was still trying to figure it out.

Best Lines:
  • Gideon: "Mr. Fisher?"
    Eric Fisher: "Shrink or cop?"
    Gideon: "Well, I’m an FBI profiler, so I guess I’m a little of each."

The turning point in the investigation:
When the team is able to pinpoint that the unsub had filed a case or complaint with the police and that he was tied to the victim, Lynn Dempsey, who died after digesting a fatal dose of drugs.

Edward Hill who worked for Hichcock Pharmaceuticals. He claims the company took everything from him. He had applied for a patent on a new drug at the same time Lynn Dempsey, his accomplice, had applied for a loan through a New Jersey bank, both were denied as Hichcock had already applied for the patent and their claim was filed through the 1st New Jersey Federal Bank. With the help of Lynn he poisoned both candy and envelopes with LSD and Rohypnol at a bank. He stepped up to a lethal drug called Botulism, which he used to kill Lynn when he was done with her and set up employees and the management team at Hichcock to ingest but his plan was ruined when the BAU and CDC got the victims the antitoxin on time.


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