Because of this show, I know what the term "unsub" means, and I've actually used it a time or two.
After countless murders and some incredible detective work, the officers of the Behavioral Analysis Unit are off the air. Criminal Minds has left the building, and the cast had this message for their viewers:
You can still catch the current season on CBS on-demand or through the free CBS app. Netflix has the first 12 seasons right now, if you need a Penelope Garcia fix.
@CrimMinds_CBS You know, I'm gonna missed the sound of those fast fingers, clicking keyboard, caffeinated, speedy talking, colourful, happy Penelope Garcia.💖💖💕🥰😘😘😘😚😚😚 #CriminalMinds #PenelopeGarcia @Vangsness pic.twitter.com/Vkou1A0w9h— ⧗ ⴵ ⍟evanssonXromanogers⧗ ⴵ ⍟ (@CrimeDrama_girl) February 20, 2020
On a personal note, I will never park next to a plain, unmarked van because of this show. I know what the term "unsub" means, and I've actually used it a time or two. I feel like I could get out of a chair if my hands and feet were tied (get on the ground and wiggle out), and I definitely am wary of people with too many freshly planted rosebushes.
Fans of the show have taken to Twitter to say their goodbyes, and let me tell you, it's more than just a little bittersweet. No spoilers, but you have to admit, the finale was pretty satisfying.
Who was your favorite character on Criminal Minds? Were you enamored with the awkward Dr. Spencer Reid, or did you prefer the girl-next-door beauty of J.J.? Let us know in the comments!