For this Criminal Minds article, CarterMatt is kicking it off with something that you didn’t know you needed, but what may be one of the greatest Criminal Minds related videos that you’ve seen in quite some time. In a new video (via Vanity Fair) Gubler takes you within what is described as his “haunted tree house.” It’s a weird place full of a lot of weird things, and it may very well be the most weird Matthew Gray Gubler video that you’ve ever seen.
While we don’t want to spoil all of the weird stuff that Gubler claims to have in this video, here are a few highlights — a serious kimono collection, assorted stuffed animals / puppets, a fireplace that he made as though it was as a “drunken gnome,” a screw that was apparently in his knee for several months, and also a lot of assorted Alvin and the Chipmunks memorabilia. Actually, that’s probably the part of this that is the least strange given his history of voicing Alvin in the franchise.
Watch this video — it’ll bright up your day with all of Matthew’s glorious weirdness. There really is nobody else out there quite like him.
— VANITY FAIR (@VanityFair) December 6, 2017
Another look at “False Flag”
Wednesday night’s new episode is going to be an interesting one, mostly because of the fact that the FBI is heading down to Roswell, New Mexico for a case involving “truthers” — otherwise known as conspiracy theorists. When a crime involving some of them takes place, Prentiss and company find themselves in a difficult position which is having to rely on some of these people for answers and information. This is where the sneak peek below comes into place, as Emily has to try and win over some members of the local community who may not be altogether interested in listening to what she has to say.
It’s no easy task for her trying to win these people over as they’re not inclined to trust anyone from law enforcement.
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