Wednesday, April 03, 2013

Criminal Minds: Restoration - Press Release


WHEN THE BAU HEADS TO MORGAN’S OLD NEIGHBORHOOD IN CHICAGO WHERE HE FACES HIS PAINFUL PAST, ON “CRIMINAL MINDS,” WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3
Skipp Sudduth Returns as Captain Stan Gordinski, Who Helps the Team with the Investigation, and Julius Tennon Reprises His Role as Carl Buford, Morgan’s Abuser

“Restoration” – The BAU goes to Morgan’s old neighborhood in urban Chicago in search of an UnSub targeting middle-aged men, and a clue leads Morgan to believe that they are after someone connected to the man who molested him as a child, on CRIMINAL MINDS, Wednesday, April 3 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Skipp Sudduth (THE GOOD WIFE, “Third Watch”) returns as Captain Stan Gordinski, who helps the team with the investigation, and Julius Tennon (“Lonesome Dove”) reprises his role as Carl Buford, the man who abused Morgan as a child.


SERIES REGULARS:
Joe Mantegna (David Rossi)
Thomas Gibson (Aaron Hotchner)
Shemar Moore (Derek Morgan)
Matthew Gray Gubler (Dr. Spencer Reid)
A.J. Cook (Jennifer “JJ” Jareau)
Kirsten Vangsness (Penelope Garcia)
Jeanne Tripplehorn (Alex Blake)


GUEST CAST:
Keith Tisdell (Rodney Harris)
Dennis LaValle (Anthony Rango)
Jakobe Dempsey (Jerome)
Joe DiGiovanni (Billy)
Skipp Sudduth (Captain Stan Gordinski)
Adela Tirado (Officer Rodriguez)
Julius Tennon (Carl Buford)
Joy DeMichelle (Shondra Walters)
Tom Williamson (James Barfield)
Jordan Aaron Carroll (Teen Morgan)
Garland Whitt (Keron Bendor)
Donis Leonard, Jr. (Tyler Harris)
Nadege August (Sheila Goode)
Ricardo Mamood-Vega (Paul Kelly)
Wendy Rosoff (Female Reporter #1)
A’da Alison Woolfolk (Female Reporter #2)
Vito Viscuso (Male Reporter #3)
Everton Lawrence (Akil)

WRITTEN BY: Jim Clemente and series executive producer Janine Sherman Barrois
DIRECTED BY: Felix Alcala

Discuss the episode in the comment section... careful if you haven't watched yet COMMENTS MIGHT CONTAIN SPOILERS !!

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thomas gibson looked so thin!! Great episode not so bloody!

Anonymous said...

Shemar's performance was excellent. There was not one episode focused on Morgan, rather in the long-term consequences of sexual abuse in children. The script was excellent. Very good message at the end. It was a great season and I am anxious to see the season finale

thee sharp said...

I think this was an excellent episode. It gave me an opportunity to have a chat with my 11 yr old son. I loved the Rodney twist. Never suspected him.

Winka said...

This was the best episode this season. Shemar was brilliant!! Like Thee Sharp, I to never suspected Rodney! So glad Buford met his maker. Very powerful episode.

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