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|Season 10, Episode 12|
|Air date||January 21, 2015|
|Written by|| Teleplay:|
Bruce Zimmerman Story:
|Directed by||Joe Mantegna|
"The Forever People"
The BAU searches Tallahassee for a spree killer who calls the authorities to report the crimes prior to committing them. Also, as Rossi prepares for a weekend visit with his daughter, Joy, he receives startling news about the death of a comrade from the Vietnam War.
- Ray Abruzzo - Frank Cosgrove
- Eric Almquist - Greg Murray
- Elise Buedel - Carol Murray
- Shirley Butler - Betty Wright
- Paul Carafotes - Dale Crawford
- Sandra Cevallos - Doctor Mahaffey
- Ernie Charles - Orderly
- Stephan Smith Collins - Doctor Urman
- Robert Dunne - Young David Rossi
- Cooper J. Friedman - Timmy Cosgrove
- Meeghan Holaway - Cheryl Grant
- J.J. Johnston - Impatient Man
- Joseph H. Johnson, Jr. - Young Harrison Scott
- Cynthia Kania - DMV Supervisor
- Candace Leung - Nurse
- Tosha Lynette - DMV Customer #1
- Margaret Newborn - DMV Customer #2
- Lindsay Pulsipher - Estelle Cosgrove
- Russell Richardson - Thomas Scott
- Amber Stevens - Joy Struthers
- Sean Summers - DMV Employee
- Frantz Turner - Clarence Wright
- Hilary Ward - May Scott
- Sewell Whitney - Peter Goodwin
- Willie J. Williams - General Williams
- Adam William Zastrow - Keith Doheny
- "Main Title" by Mark Mancina
- "Anonymous" by Bobby Valentino (feat. Timbaland)
- "Mended Souls" by Casey Hurt
- Kate Callahan: "Death is the only god that comes when you call." Roger Zelazny
- David Rossi: "As life runs on, the road grows strange with faces new. And near the end, the milestones into headstones change, 'neath every one a friend." James Russell Lowell
- The episode is a tribute to Meshach Taylor, who portrayed recurring character Harrison Scott. Taylor died of colorectal cancer on June 28, 2014, following his second appearance in The Road Home, which in turn was his last acting performance. Joe Mantegna, a friend of Taylor's and the actor who portrays Rossi, requested this tribute to be featured in the episode he was contracted to direct.
- A quote Scott says ("Scars remind us where we've been. They don't have to dictate where we're going.") was previously recited by Rossi in the Season Five episode The Slave of Duty.