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When a prominent attorney suspiciously goes missing in Boston, the BAU unearths secrets in his past, which could point to the reason for his disappearance. Meanwhile, Morgan is faced with personal demons due to the case.
- Garrett Boyd - Brian Stiller
- Edward Deraney - Detective Greg Lefroy
- Lon J. Fiala - Ian Dawson
- Evan Gamble - Chad Griffith
- Nicholas Harsin - Sean Wallace
- Max Kalvan - Young Chad Griffith
- Alex MacNicoll - Andrew Ford
- Mike Miller - Carl Brown
- Taylor Mosby - Markayla Davis
- Jeffrey Nordling - Jack Westbrook
- Andrew Ortega - Matthew Jones
- Jonée B. Shady - Flora Mendez
- Christie Lynn Smith - Linda Westbrook
- Hailey Sole - Meg Callahan
- M.Q. Tran - Martha Jennings
- Al White - Judge Walter Brooks
- Spencer Reid: Wayne Dyer once said, "How people treat you is their karma; how you react is yours."
- Derek Morgan: "Our moral responsibility is not to stop the future, but to shape it; to channel our destiny in humane directions and to ease the trauma of transition." — Alvin Toffler
- The episode was initially officially named "The Boys of Sutton Place", but the title was later changed due to issues brought up by the CBS legal department, which were unspecified.
- The premise of the episode is uncannily similar to the exposure of the Texas Youth Commission, where over a thousand boys were raped by staff and just as many girls were restrained and denied their legal rights.
- The premise is also similar to a real facility in the Icelandic island of Breithvik. The boys there were regularly beaten and raped by the staff in the 40s, receiving compensation once the crimes were ousted and the facility shut down. Tragically, around three quarters of the victims ended up with their own criminal records as they grew older. This would later be the basis for the Netflix Icelandic series The Valhalla Murders.