Welcome to the 2010 Slashy Awards. Under each award category, please add your pick, and the reason why he/she deserves the award. Use the existing votes as a guide. Also feel free to add new categories. Remember: If everyone votes differently, there can be no winners. You don't have to vote for a different person.

Here are the categories:

Most Prolific Serial KillerEdit

  • Frank Breitkopf: His body count was the highest of all unsubs on the show. -Sec_1971 00:18, December 26, 2009 (UTC)
  • Lucas Turner: Killed almost 90 people without being detected. --Jpx400 21:09, December 26, 2009 (UTC)
  • Charles Holcombe: Really, who knows how many people he could've had dumped in his little death course before slaughtering them. -- Lord Crayak 23:05, December 26, 2009 (UTC)
  • Vincent Perotta: Responsible for at least a hundred brutal mob hits. Jpx400 16:02, January 20, 2010 (UTC)
  • Either Frank Breitkopf or Charles Holcombe: Frank killed over 200 people, but for all we know, Charles Holcombe could have killed that many people-he was rumoured to have killed at least 63 people, and he may well have killed even more people than Frank, for all we know.
  • Billy Flynn: The man has been raping and murdering people since 1987 as Reid mention's Over 200 House within those 23 years of killing who knows how many victims that is.....I mean he has to be the most prolific if Garcia say he's the worst she's ever seen...
  • Billy Flynn: he has the highest body count, over 200 houses, and there are usually around three or four people per house, so he surpasses Frank


As of the end of Season Five, Billy Flynn is the most prolific (with verifiable kills).

Most Violent Serial KillerEdit

  • George Foyet: George's ferocity is unmatched by any other on the show. -Sec_1971 00:18, December 26, 2009 (UTC)
  • George Foyet: "Do you know how long it takes, to stab somebody 67 times?" Yes, he does, that someone was his fiance, and he says he got cold feet proposing to her just an hour before killing her. He also takes plenty of time to stab Hotch, causing maximum pain without a fatal stab. He's a master of physical and psychological pain (via mind games and taunting).
  • Billy Flynn: Flynn goes to family's houses and kills or rapes them and makes 1 person from the family watch it! ugh
  • Turner's Group: Three men who brutally beat people to death simply for the fun of it. --Jpx400 21:18, December 26, 2009 (UTC)
  • Vincent Perotta: Torture aside, there was the whole "leave people to be eaten alive by rats and bugs" thing. -- Lord Crayak 23:05, December 26, 2009 (UTC)
  • Earl Bulford: Hunting people like they're animals and then taking their eyes. Fairly disgusting images!
  • Tobias Hankel: In general he's not the worst, but the murder of the adulteress with the ferocious dogs was just too gruesome not to deserve some sort of recognition
  • Ryan Phillips, Taylor Coleman and Doug Silverman: Those three lunatics kidnapped two girls, tortured one of them to death, and kept the other alive just so they could rape and torture her more. How psychotic is that?
  • Tie between Turner´s Group and Ryan Phillips, Taylor Coleman and Doug Silverman: Both are groups of three people who torture and murder innocent people for no reason other than fun. Insanity!
  • Tie between Turner's Group and Ryan Phillips, Taylor Coleman and Doug Silverman: I have to agree with the above vote-both are groups of three who tortured and murdered for the thrill of it. How can the idea of three sickos just as mad as each other getting together and doing stuff like that compete with anything? 17:27, April 25, 2010 (UTC)
  • Danny Murphy: Killing family over a broken toy and using toy parts to kill him, then asking to "go play" when people talk about it, if that isn't a violent crime, then i don't know what is.
  • Turner's Group they beat their victims till the were unrecognizable for no reason other than it was fun.
  • Tie between Frank Beikropft and Charles Holcombe: Frank would abduct his victims and then give them ketamine (a horse tranquilizer) and cut off their limbs and then cauterize the wound so that it would stop the bleeding, just so he could continue some more. He would also have a mirror above the medical table so that the victims would be able to see just what exactly what was happening to them, so he could see the fear in their eyes as they died. Charles Holcombe would also subject his victims to torture, he would make them go through a building they had no chance of escaping. Within the building there was smoke, dogs, a floor filled with broken glass, but he did not just torture his victim's body, he would also psychologically terrorize them too showing them a video of the previous victim.
  • Floyd Fallon, besides force feeding fingers to a victim mshortly before her death, leaving a corpse crouched down in a church, and abducting a new victim from a search party for a prior victim, Fallon may not deserve consideration for "most prolific" as obviously his body count doesnt compare to the guys in the 200 range, but feeding a girl tp the people who show up to search for her?? thats legendary in my book

Most Interesting PathologyEdit

  • Karl Arnold: He infiltrated families, pretended to be the dad, then killed them all. It doesn't get any more interesting than that. -Sec_1971 00:18, December 26, 2009 (UTC)
  • Tobias Hankel: calls the police before his other personality killls the family(he suffers from multi personality disorder)
  • Stanley Howard: Killing people with their own phobias- a very interesting way of doing business
  • Steven Fitzgerald: Killing people and taking their identities due to insecurity and difficulties with his own identity made for an interesting episode/killer for me. Captain Spaulding 15:44, March 21, 2010 (UTC)
  • Jamal Abazza: A terrorist who was provoked by his son´s murder made an interesting bad guy for me.
  • Jamal Abazza: It´s gotta be! A man who became a terrorist after his son was murdered, and ended up locked inside a cell calmly discussing it with Gideon. Can anyone honestly say that they did NOT find this guy interesting?
  • Johnny McHale: Brutally killing the guys who killed your girlfriend- as JJ says, sometimes what an unsub does actually makes sense.
  • Clara Hayes: Come on! Burning people to death whenever there is a trinity of threes and believing that you are only testing them is pretty interesting!
  • Adam Jackson: Having a second personality who is female and murders men like the one who abused you. Interesting and takes the notion of "payback" to a whole new level.

Best Criminal Performance by an ActorEdit

  • Keith Carradine as Frank Breitkopf: Keith so perfectly captured the personality of a psychopath that it makes you wonder. -Sec_1971 00:18, December 26, 2009 (UTC)
  • James Van Der Beek as Tobias Hankel: He was essentially playing three different "parts" (Tobias, Charles and Raphael) and did so really well. -- Lord Crayak 23:05, December 26, 2009 (UTC)
  • Jackson Rathbone as Adam Jackson: He had a multiple personality disorder and one part of him was a girl (Amanda) and was really outstanding.
  • Jackson Rathbone as Adam Jackson: Come on! A mutiple personality who is a guy and a girl is not an easy part to play.
  • C. Thomas Howell as George Foyet: The way he played Foyet and his maniacal genius was just, well Genius.
  • C. Thomas Howell as George Foyet: I agree- he was absolutely the perfect Reaper. That lusty whisper to Hotch- "Shhh... Don't speak...", and all of his other perfect tones of voice, like his friendly tone to Jack. And that epic bloody grin from Omnivore- no one else can pull it off so perfectly!
  • Tie between C. Thomas Howell as George Foyet and Patrick Kilpatrick as Perotta: Both just come across as awesome almost cool serial killers.
  • Alex O'Loughlin as Vincent Rowlings. It's gotta be! He makes you feel sorry for a serial killer, and a pretty gruesome one at that
  • Michael Boatman as William Harris. Under interrogation, his arrogance to begin, then he shows the strain nonverbally as Derek & Dave keep announcing the progress they are making on finding his partner. He dare not speak, which would admit guilt. His silent stress increases its intensity when they tell him his killing partner has his "own baby girl."
  • Tie between James Van Der Berk, Jackson Rathbone and Alex O'Loughlin as Tobias Hankel, Adam Jackson and Vincent Rowlings. I'm sorry, but I just couldn't decide who was best. It sure as hell isn't easy to play a man with multiple personalities, so get the Oscars out for both James and Jackson, but Alex played OCD-sufferer Vincent so well-made him so interesting even in the scenes where he didn't actually say anything-I couldn't overlook that. 19:50, August 4, 2010 (UTC)


C. Thomas Howell

Coolest M.O.Edit

  • Johnny McHale: Hey, a skinny little comic book geek running around with two scimitars and slashing up gang-bangers is just too cool to overlook. -Sec_1971 00:18, December 26, 2009 (UTC)
  • Max Pool: The missing persons posters showing the intended victims, the blank masks, cutting people's faces off while they were still alive. Both weird and creepy. -- Lord Crayak 23:05, December 26, 2009 (UTC)
  • Adam Jackson: Killing men that reminded him of his father's acts against and to his mother and himself while portraying a female alter ego is completely bizarre but it works. Captain Spaulding 15:57, March 21, 2010 (UTC)
  • Mason Turner: A quadraplegic who orders his autistic brother to kill people in front of him to study stem cells, I mean come on, that's pretty cool.
  • The Mulford Family: They hunted people in the woods and shot them with arrows like in the old days.
  • Johnny McHale: I second that! Tearing to pieces the basterds who tortured your wife to death-I mean come on, am I the only one who wishes he was real so we could unleash him on the scum who walk the streets in real life and let him slaughter all of them? 19:50, August 4, 2010 (UTC)
  • Johnny Mchale or Max Pool, both awesome MOs

Creepiest Serial KillerEdit

  • Floyd Feylinn Ferell: A guy who cooks up one of his victims and serves it to the search party that is looking for his latest victim...too creepy. -Sec_1971 00:18, December 26, 2009 (UTC)
  • Floyd Feylinn Ferell: A cannibalistic Satanist... pretty much speaks for itself. -- Lord Crayak 23:05, December 26, 2009 (UTC)
  • Jeffrey Charles: What's creepier that a kid wielding a baseball bat and killing other kids because he resents other children? Nothing.
  • Floyd Feylinn Ferell: he was so creepy hes that guy you think you see but when u look hes not there i give him props on how good he played that creepy character
  • Lucas and Mason Turner: Lucas for the spine fluid experiments and the feeding people to pigs, which was plain disgusting, and Mason for pretty much everything else in To Hell and Back. Even the way he talked made me shiver!
  • Frank Breitkopf: The spookily calm voice and the milkshake drinking in No Way Out. Watch the episode, he's freaky
  • Floyd Feylinn Ferell: It truly scared me when he said "So is Tracy Lambert" and then that creepy laugh. And come on, a cannibalistic Satanist!!
  • Tie between Floyd Feylinn Ferrel and Stanley Howard: The thing about both of these killers that scared me is how emotionless they seemed to be-Ferrel showing no emotion as he was aressted until laughing "So is Tracy Lambert." and pshyco Howard showing no emotion as he watched his victims die. I mean the way he was at the beginning of Scared To Death is just too creepy to overlook! And is it just me, or does showing no emotion like that seem much more creepy when the bad guys wear glasses, like Howard and Ferrel did? It does seem so to me. Strange... 19:56, August 4, 2010 (UTC)
  • Theres not much to add here, I havent seen one who compare tor Ferrel


It's pretty obvious that Ferell wins this one

Most Unlikely Actor to Play a Serial KillerEdit

  • James Van Der Beek as Tobias Hankel: Dawson as a schizophrenic, drug-addicted serial killer with MPD? Whoah. -Sec_1971 00:18, December 26, 2009 (UTC)
  • Frankie Muniz as Johnny McHale: He did really good, but its still kind of odd seeing him in the episode. -- Lord Crayak 23:05, December 26, 2009 (UTC)
  • Jamie Kennedy as Floyd Feylinn Ferell: It was a stark contrast for him, seeming as he's mostly an actor in comedy. I found this to be an interesting transition. Captain Spaulding 15:49, March 21, 2010 (UTC)
  • Wil Wheaton as Floyd Hansen: Totally against type (similar to Muniz playing McHale), and he did a pretty good job. -- Mythigator 22:46, May 16, 2010 (UTC)
  • C. Thomas Howell as George Foyet: Ponyboy did NOT stay gold.
  • Wil Wheaton as Floyd Hansen: Who would have ever thought a nice kid like Gordie out of Stand By Me (one of my favourite films) would grow up to be a pshyco killer! 20:02, August 4, 2010 (UTC)
  • Definitely Frankie Muniz, thats Malcom in the middle slaughtering gangbangers in a psycotic break... C thomas Howell deserves an honorable mention, cause i havent seen him in anything since Soul Man, or anything good sinmce The Outsiders.... but frankie Muniz, no doubt

Best Comeback by a Forgotten ActorEdit

  • C. Thomas Howell as George Foyet: Ponyboy comes back with a vengeance. Welcome back, Tommy. -Sec_1971 00:18, December 26, 2009 (UTC)
  • Keith Carradine as Frank Breitkopf: The Evilution of Gideon's creepy smooth nemesis
  • Neal Jomes as Karl Arnold: We get to see how an old rival of the BAU team is doing behind bars! Welcome back Neal, and I hope they do that again, with another killer they didn't kill off. 20:02, August 4, 2010 (UTC)
  • C Thomas Howell, as i mnentioned above he had'nt done anything decent since he was ponyboy curtis

Best Episode EverEdit

  • Our Darkest Hour: The scariest and most thrilling episode in which we are introduced to Billy Flynn (Night Stalker And Prince Of Darkness) A killer who has been hunting for 26 years with 200 houses meaning that he could of killed 300-400 victims
  • Omnivore: We are introduced to the team's most difficult nemesis. And he has an incredible evil, bloody grin. -Sec_1971 00:18, December 26, 2009 (UTC)
  • 100: Starts with a final scene that reveals nothing and gets everybody to forget how to breathe from start to finish, while also showing a main character losing it so utterly that it gives the creeps to his most unconditional fans. -Mvpl 19:52, December 27, 2009 (UTC)
  • Lofi and Mayhem they were so intense morgan did really good in that one
  • Lessons Learned: The conversations between Jason Gideon and terrorist Jind Allah made this episode the most fascinating of them all. From Jason discovering that Allah's real name was Jamal Abazza, to Abazza telling the story of his son's murder, to Spencer concentrating on Abazza's body language for clues as to what was going on in Abazza's mind, Jason's attempts to understand what makes people like Abazza tick makes this the best episode ever-and it also marks the beginning of a friendship between Jason and Emily at the end, as opposed to his obvious dislike of her at the beginning.BluE StU 18:11, February 28, 2010 (UTC)
  • Mosley Lane: Matthew Gray Gubler's Guest Directing the show debut..and he did an amazing job this was the most thrilling episode I've seen in a long time..and one of the scariest the opening it self did a number on me..also great acting from Beth Grant, and Ann Cussack
  • Conflicted: it was a really engaging plot, Jackson Rathbone did a superb performance in it, and there was loads of Reid. Pretty much perfect!
  • Natural Born Killer: For the scene between Hotch and Perotta at the end. How come there is never anything about Hotch's past?
  • The Fisher King: It was a weird, but engaging case, plus we learn some more about the team
  • Omnivore: I second that! Probably the best episode ever! I love me some Reaper
  • North Mammon: It really makes you think. And shiver
  • Sex, Birth, Death: It's unusual to find a killer BEFORE they actually kill anybody. Besides, who couldn't feel sorry for poor Nathan at some point? He's one of those rare ones that you actually half-root for
  • The Big Wheel: For the scene at the end on the Ferris Wheel. I had tears prickling in the back of my eyes during that :-(
  • Elephants Memory: My personal favorite because I could relate to the UnSub.
  • Revelations: Tobias Hankel was such an interesting unsub, and Matthew's acting was fantastic. No matter how many times I see it, it still makes me cry. Also helps that this and "The Big Game" were the first episodes I ever saw of Criminal minds and are what got me hooked on the show.
  • Minimal Loss: A bit of a rip-off of Waco, but it was so interesting with loads of suspense, and Benjamin Cyrus is a brilliant creepy unsub
  • Penelope: The guy tried to kill her, she is a fighter and she showed even when she isn't trying she does just a well as solving crimes as the profilers and this one without realising, and they couldn't really killed her off as she is the character who is technically the smartest the team give her vauge information and she will usually tell them who, and where the Un-sub is they couldn't carry on without her.


It looks like Omnivore and Our Darkest Hour wins.

Most Whacked Out CaseEdit

  • Lucas and Mason Turner: An autistic serial killer who sucks spinal fluid out of his victims and then feeds them to his pigs? All at the command of bed-ridden, maniacal brother? I don't think it gets any more whacked out than that. -Sec_1971 00:18, December 26, 2009 (UTC)
  • Randall Garner: Lots of contenders for this, but everything Garner did pretty much just boiled down to him wanting to be asked a "magic question" he thought would fix everything. -- Lord Crayak 23:05, December 26, 2009 (UTC)
  • The Uncanny Valley, featuring a doll collecting killer. Very creepy. --Sec_1971 TALK (CM Wiki Admin)
  • Mosley Lane , a Couple that abducts children and keeps them for probably up to 8 years.and does god knows what and then kills them and creamates the bodies the begining of the episode basically sums up how whacked out the case would be
  • Vincent Rowlings: Killing a blind boy's mother because you video taped your father killing your mother is odd. Add in looking after the blind boy in a mentor program while using bat sonar blind techniques for no reason at all and fixing your wounds by plugging bread in the bullethole. Whacked as whacked can be. Captain Spaulding 04:06, March 27, 2010 (UTC)
  • Legacy: It's Criminal Minds meets Saw! If that's not disturbingly whacked out, I don't know what is
  • Danny Murphy in A Shade of Gray: He killed his baby brother! By stuffing plane parts down his throat! Two words: Chucky Child
  • Normal: The episode was viewed through this guy's delusions, which made the ending a bit of a shocker
  • True Night: His delusions turn him into what is the equivalent of a comic book hero.
  • Tie between Randall Garner and Mason and Lucas Turner: A headcase with an Indianna Jones-style flair for the weirdly dramatic, or a bedridden mad scientist who takes advantage of his disabled younger brother and makes him do experiments for him? I honestly can't decide which is more insane. 20:11, August 4, 2010 (UTC)
  • Floyd Feylinn Ferell: This guy had the devil's luck, honestly. As Morgan said, he was institutionalized and then released, and when he had his latest victim in the back of his car and was pulled over by an officer he was let go. And come one, honestly? Feeding your victims index fingers? That is just... wrong.

Lamest Serial KillerEdit

  • Henry Grace: Not only did Jason Alexander look ridiculous with long hair, Grace was just too unlikely a character to be realistic. -Sec_1971 00:18, December 26, 2009 (UTC)
  • Joe:  The person responsible for causing years of stress and torment for David Rossi turns out to be an incompetent man-child.  What a let down. -Unregistered Fan 22:04, December 27, 2009
  • Karl Arnold: Just plain pathetic
  • The Footpath Killer: He wasn't scary, his severe stutter and dorky haircut made for a pretty non intimidating killer. Captain Spaulding 04:11, March 27, 2010 (UTC)
  • Fake Romani Family:They were just boring and when they got cought the mom she was boring when Hotch and Prentiss did the good cop bad cop plan witch is usally exiting was just boring.
  • Hollow Man: He was supposed to be some sort of equal with the Mill Creek Killer, but his face was never revealed and he wasn't caught like his buddy (who was a creepy badass, like a killer should be). Instead, he reveals himself to be the most wimpy looking hobo, and stages the most pathetic attempt at hostage taking ever seen! He totally ruined the ending of The Last Word with his anti-climatic appearance. And we're supposed to believe this weiner killed people?
  • Second the nomination for Henry Grace. -- Mythigator 22:49, May 16, 2010 (UTC)
  • Definitely Joe. At least Grace had an interesting scheme which was ironically his saving grace.
  • Charlie Wilkinson: He suddenly decided to start killing people just because his dad was a killer, and not even in any cool way. He made people dance! Come on! Stupid motivation, stupid MO, INCREDIBLY stupid haircut
  • Charlie Wilkinson: I totally agree with the above statement, he just followed in his footsteps, when his half-brother didn't even though he knew who his father was, and what he did.
  • Joe. I expected him to be an epic serial killer that's Rossi's nemesis, kind of like Frank for Gideon. Turns out he's a retard who killed because he wanted to play with a kid. He did not live up to the audience's expectations and the mystery and violence of his kill. Grace was at least somewhat interesting because of his obsession with the Fibonaci sequence, and how Rossi owned him at the end of the episode.

Best Line by a Serial KillerEdit

  • After Jason Gideon tells Frank Breitkopf that if he ever feels the way Frank is feeling, he'll kill himself, Frank replies, "Call me first. I'd love to pick your brain." -Sec_1971 00:18, December 26, 2009 (UTC)
  • Floyd Feylinn Ferell's "So is Tracey Lambert" followed by his completely insane, creepy laugh. -- Lord Crayak 23:05, December 26, 2009 (UTC)
  • George Foyet's creepy "Are you scared? You should be." before shooting a victim in Omnivore. --Jpx400 10:34, December 27, 2009 (UTC
  • George Foyet "Wake up Derek time to die" before the show goes to commercial Omnivore -Reid fanboy 20:59, January 20, 2010 (UTC)
  • Audrey Henson : "I had to clean up, there would be people coming" believing her dead husband would be angry, if she left his blood all over the floor while visitors were coming to the home. The Crossing
  • Jamal Abazza: After Jason Gideon tells Abazza that he has perverted his cause to justify murder, Abazza replies "NOW we are finally chatting, Gideon."
  • George Foyet: Hotch- "If you touch her-" "Be gentle? Like I was with you? What took you so long? I was beginning to think this phone was dead or something."
  • George Foyet: Hotch- "Just another way for you to establish control." "Oh thats just terrible!"
  • Tobias Hankel: "This is a warning, not a show. What is wrong with you people?" while reading the excited comments about his murder video
  • George Foyet (again): "Do you know how long it takes to stab someone 67 times?" while still pretending to be a nice guy in Omnivore
  • Foyet! "This little piggy..." *cuts off Sam Kessmeyer's finger* "Oh, well he's not going anywhere, is he?"
  • What's the Psychopath got in the bag Jason. Frank
  • Jamal Abazza: "They hurt me by existing!" I dare anyone not to do a double-take at that one


Foyet's various one-liners

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