Starring: Kirsten Vangsness, Matthew Gray Gubler, Shemar Moore, Thomas Gibson
Genres: Crime, Drama, Mystery, Thriller
The Eyes Have It - S5-E6
Question: At one point in this episode, a photo of an Oklahoma driver's license is shown. Is Oklahoma misspelled?
Chosen answer: No, it's spelled correctly. It's written in cursive so it might just seem misspelled.
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Agent Hotchner: This is Special Agent Dr. Reid.Man: You look too young to have gone to medical school.Agent Reid: They are PhD's. Three of them.Man: What, are you a genius or something?Agent Reid: I don't believe that intelligence can be accurately quantified, but I do have an IQ of 187, an eidetic memory, can read 20,000 words per minute...yes, I'm a genius.
At the start, it's nighttime when the unsub hides in the house of the soon-to-be victim who goes to sleep when her alarm clock reads 'Tue 11:06', and then we see the time morph to 'Tue 1:13' when the victim is sound asleep, before the unsub comes out of the closet to kill her. However, the time on the clock should actually read 'Wed 1:13'.
Dr. Spencer Reid is the son of an attorney, born in Las Vegas. In real life, Matthew Gray Gubler, the actor who plays Reid, is also the son of an attorney, born in Las Vegas.