A. J. Cook Quotes
Total quotes (25)
Total quotes (25)
You can do what you want to do. But for once, you could choose to use that power to do for Ellie what should have been done for you. You can choose letting her go. You can choose teaching her that, yes, there are monsters and it is okay to be afraid of them, but it is not okay to let them win. And it is not okay to be one.
Jennifer 'JJ' Jareau: [on the phone] Hi. this is Agent Jareau with the F.B.I. and—
[puts phone down]
Jennifer 'JJ' Jareau: That's the third time I've been hung up on.
David Rossi: Try not saying F.B.I.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Who was that?
Jennifer 'JJ' Jareau: Contact for a local militia newsletter.
Dr. Spencer Reid: Yeah, drop the F.B.I. part.
Jennifer 'JJ' Jareau: Bridgewater, Florida. Local girl, Abbey Kelton, nineteen, left her parents' home to go the local junior college. She never came home. Three days later, joggers found her—part of her—in a nearby park.
Emily Prentiss: What did that to her?
Jennifer 'JJ' Jareau: Bridgewater's off of I-75, which is often referred to as 'Alligator Alley' for reasons that are now apparent. Everything below the waist had been eaten.
I'm thankful for my years spent with this family, for everything we shared, every chance we had to grow. I'll take the best of them with me and lead by their example wherever I go. A friend told me to be honest with you, so here it goes. This isn't what I want, but I'll take the high road. Maybe it's because I look at everything as a lesson, or because I don't want to walk around angry...or maybe it's because I finally understand. There are things we don't want to happen but have to accept, things we don't want to know but have to learn, and people we can't live without but have to let go.
Jennifer 'JJ' Jareau: Baton Rouge thinks have a white supremacist problem.
Aaron Hotchner: What's your take
Jennifer 'JJ' Jareau: [Surprised] Really
Aaron Hotchner: Yeah, I'd like to hear it.
Jennifer 'JJ' Jareau: We're dealing with an individual, not a group.
Aaron Hotchner: Why?
Jennifer 'JJ' Jareau: The angry letters. The writer switches pronouns from plural to singular: 'We are a heavily armed militia,' followed by 'I will be forced to take action.'
Jennifer Jareau: Economics, philosophy, political theory. Not exactly breezy, take-to-the-beach reading.
Dr. Spencer Reid: I would, but I don't really like the beach.
Jennifer Jareau: Why is that?
Dr. Spencer Reid: Sandy food, pink skin, limited and unengaging topography, but mostly drug-resistant bacteria spread by seagull feces.
Jennifer Jareau: Sorry, I asked.