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[S6E13] And The Stalking Dead ((INSTALL))


The Title Refers To: The extremely popular comic book series, as well as the AMC television adaptation, The Walking Dead. It also references Max stalking Randy and tracking him down to Texas.




[S6E13] And the Stalking Dead



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After Jane learned of Sands' involvement, she went after her but was unsuccessful. Alice then shot up the Dirty Robber after Korsak and Kiki's wedding in A Shot in the Dark, injuring Nina. Jane publicly identifies Sands to the media as the unsub and denigrates her to try to lure her out in Dangerous Curve Ahead. After finally accumulating enough evidence that would allow them to arrest her, Jane corners Alice, who has a teenage hostage. Alice points her own gun at Jane, who shoots her dead, rescuing the hostage.


Most irritating Rory or Lorelai moment:Rory channels Belle from "Beauty and the Beast" as she simultaneously writes and walks, paying zero attention to her surroundings and almost running over the first Black person we've seen at Yale in a minute. Had Logan not been mercilessly stalking her, she would have gotten a well-deserved vag bruise after walking straight into the garbage can.


The only things that bring these people back together are Theresa's passion fruit sorbet and laughing about Shira Huntzberger's weight struggles. I love when they're all exhausted from fighting with each other for hours and Richard turns to Lorelai, who is sitting next to him on the couch. In a moment of levity, he asks how Luke is doing and Lorelai deadpan responds, "He has a kid." The night ends with a reminder of how disappointing Emily found Lorelai's teen pregnancy.


Monk and Stottlemeyer talk to the neighbor, who discovered the body. He claims that he was taking a bath and his window was open when he heard arguing going on between the dead Julie and another man. He heard Julie screaming, followed moments later by sound of a car screeching off. He ran over, and found the victim lying dead on the floor. She'd been stabbed in the chest with a steak knife from the kitchen rack. A few minutes later, George Teeger, the dead Julie's husband, storms in, frenzied, and Randy and another officer are trying to restrain him. Stottlemeyer promises to find his wife's killer.


That night, Monk, Stottlemeyer and Disher arrive at Julia's house, and find that the door is unlocked. Noticing a lot of stuffed animal heads, Monk realizes that Matthew is an amateur taxidermist. They split up, and Monk goes upstairs, where Monk finds the crowning touch to Matthew's habit: the stuffed body of his dead mother.


This leads the police to set up what might the world's most truly bizarre sting operation: Randy puts on a wire, then dresses in drag and takes position in the rocking chair where the dead mother was propped. The belief is that Matthew will soon "visit" with his mother and confess over the wire. Monk, Stottlemeyer, and a technician observe the entire operation from a police van parked out front. Monk and Stottlemeyer give different code phrases for Randy to use if he finds that he's in trouble.


After Maura Isles and Kent Drake found proof of Alice being in Maine at the time of the state trooper's murder, Jane returned to Alice's deli hideout with Vince and Frankie. Knowing that she was being pursued and had finally been caught, Alice ran upstairs with a gun in her hand, with Jane walking up after figuring she was there. She saw an open window and initially thought that Alice had escaped, but in actuality, the deranged villainess locked herself in with Jane and held a young teenage boy hostage at gunpoint, threatening to kill him if Jane didn't lower her gun. Jane begged Alice to let her hostage go, only for Alice to respond by voicing her belief that she would still win because of how Jane would be depicted as a dirty cop who killed a "poor woman" in cold blood. In spite of Jane stating that she would not shoot her, Alice decided not to give her a choice. At that very moment, Alice tossed her hostage aside and pointed her gun at Jane, forcing her to shoot her dead.


Doyle then wants her to confess to telling the people who imprisoned him about his son; he wants her dead in revenge for his son's death, but Prentiss reveals that Declan is alive. She and Doyle then get into a fight, which ends with Doyle stabbing Prentiss in the abdomen, incapacitating her. When Doyle demands knowledge of where his son is, Prentiss, wanting to keep Declan away from his murderous father, refuses to disclose that information. In the end of the episode, when Doyle hears Morgan, SWAT, and the BAU team approaching, he disappears. JJ tells the team that Prentiss never made it off the operating table, and Prentiss' funeral is shown, but the last scene reveals she is in Paris, going into hiding from Doyle.


After playing the messages to Andrea Hobbs, Rusty deleted a few of Alice's old messages and left a new greeting message asking for anyone looking for Alice to call him back. Soon afterwards, the man left a message, identifying himself as Gustavo Wallace and showing worry about Alice and her little sister Paloma. Rusty believes that this man knows Alice well, doesn't watch Identity and doesn't know she's dead. Given Gustavo's knowledge of Alice, its possible he's the break Rusty's looking for, but he's determined to find out more about the man before he sets up a meeting with him to be safe.


In this episode, a number of young women are discovered dead after having been burned and disfigured. As the case develops, the BAU makes a disturbing connection to similar crimes that took place in the 1980s. The copycat serial killer was actually the original murderer's son, who believed it was his birthright to continue the evil legacy.


A tech giant living in paradise. His neighbor found dead. Then, suddenly, the entrepreneur extraordinaire was on the run, taunting authorities and tantalizing the press. It was a riveting game of hide-and-seek, but were police chasing the right man?


A family many saw as 'perfect' in an All-American town experiences a tragedy that shakes their faith and family. Karen Duenas is found dead in her bedroom. The family is convinced a crazed killer is on the loose, but detectives wonder if it could have been something else.


It was in the still of the night when it started. A cold-blooded serial killer, lurking in the woods, peeping through windows and stalking for his next victim. It's a tale that would be hard to believe, if it didn't really happen.


It was a brutal and baffling crime: a husband shot dead in his own bed. No one else in the house was hurt, not even his wife, who was sleeping beside him. Investigators were suspicious, but there were more surprises in store.


A loft apartment in downtown Salt Lake City, Utah, is home to an eclectic group of residents. When a wealthy businessman starts working with two of them a chain of events is set in motion that leaves one of them dead, another arrested for murder.


Sam and Amelia dated during the year Dean was trapped in Purgatory. They first met when Sam hit a dog and brought it to her clinic. Amelia didn't have a good first impression of Sam and demanded he take the dog. They later met again when Sam was fixing her sink; she freaked out at first, thinking Sam was stalking her. The two became friends, bonding over the loss of their loved ones, and eventually started a relationship and fell in love. Amelia and Sam moved in together and she even introduced him to her father, who was rather cold toward Sam at first, but eventually warmed up to him. Unfortunately, Amelia learned that her husband Don was in fact alive and, after learning that Don was a good man, Sam broke up with her to give her a chance with him.


A few years later, during Golden Time, Sam met Eileen as a ghost, discovering she had been dragged to Hell and had escaped. Eileen later accompanied Sam to Rowena's apartment to find the spell for a soul bomb and they discussed Hell. They arrived at Rowena's apartment where they found a dead witch. Very soon, he uncovered a resurrection spell created by Rowena and told Eileen he could resurrect her. After killing a family of witches who had attacked them, Sam proceeded with the spell and Eileen emerged from the pool, back to life, and hugged Sam. Sam later told his brother that Eileen was adjusting again.


During Moriah, God returned to Earth and appeared to the Winchesters with Castiel. Sam was shocked to see him again and, along with Dean, confronted him on his absence, before God intimidated them to stop. God cancelled out Jack's influence on the world while telling them that they had to kill Jack, who had grown out of control. Sam spoke with God, bringing up the words of alternate Michael about other universes and God's part in them. He was put off by God being vague about them, before he realizes that God feared Jack's power, and God told him Dean went to confront Jack. Sam arrived to Jack's location, where he saw God already there and watching the events unfold, and was disgusted by God's enjoyment of the scene. After Dean refused to shoot Jack, Sam saw God was surprised and confronted him on his recent actions. God tried to say Sam was babbling but Sam continued before he and the others accused him of manipulating events, resulting in God personally killing Jack. Horrified and enraged, Sam shot him, merely in the shoulder as he knew killing God would break the balance in the universe. Enraged by their audacity, God then unleashed all the souls from Hell to punish them. As a result, Sam and the others fought against swarms of the undead surrounding them. 041b061a72


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