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Criminal Minds: Demonology

Agent Prentiss has a personal connection to one of the victims in a series of deaths with religious overtones.

Source: CBS

Episode Info

Episode number: 4x17
Production Number: 417
Airdate: Wednesday March 11th, 2009

Alternate Airdates:

UK (sky LIVING) Jun 26, 2009
NL (Veronica) Sep 23, 2009


Guest Stars
Bruce DavisonBruce Davison
As Father Davison
Carmen ArgenzianoCarmen Argenziano
As Father Paul Silvano
James RemarJames Remar
As Tom Benton
Roxanne HartRoxanne Hart
As Andrea Benton
Walton GogginsWalton Goggins
As John Cooley

Co-Guest Stars
Cliff BerensCliff Berens
As Priest #2
Dana CuomoDana Cuomo
As Valerie
Danielle LesterDanielle Lester
As Young Prentiss
David MateDavid Mate
As Young Man
David Sullivan (1)David Sullivan (1)
As Patrick Cavanaugh
Ian Foster WoolfIan Foster Woolf
As Cab Driver
Jaret SacreyJaret Sacrey
As Matthew Benton
Joanne RyanJoanne Ryan
As Marie Valentine
Kelly MichaelsKelly Michaels
As Morgue Technician
Michael BuonomoMichael Buonomo
As Uniformed Officer
Pamala TysonPamala Tyson
As Medical Examiner
Sean HoltSean Holt
As Young Matthew
Main Cast
Joe MantegnaJoe Mantegna
As David Rossi
Shemar MooreShemar Moore
As Derek Morgan
Matthew Gray GublerMatthew Gray Gubler
As Dr. Spencer Reid
A.J. CookA.J. Cook
As Jennifer "JJ" Jareau
Kirsten VangsnessKirsten Vangsness
As Penelope Garcia
Thomas GibsonThomas Gibson
As Aaron "Hotch" Hotchner
Paget BrewsterPaget Brewster
As Emily Prentiss
Episode Goofs
Though the episode deals with the Roman Catholic faith, while discussing the background of Fr. Silvano, JJ tells Rossi,"He was even invited to say Mass at the Washington National Cathedral." The Washington National Cathedral is the popular name of The Cathedral Church of Saint Peter and Saint Paul, seat of both the Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church and the Bishop of the Diocese of Washington. The
Cathedral of St. Matthew the Apostle is the seat of the Roman Catholic Archbishop of Washington. Oops! Wrong religion!

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