Watch ‘Criminal Minds’ Season 9, Episode 15 Live Stream, Online Free Tonight: Garcia, Morgan Plan For Valentine’s Day!
By Sara Guaglione | February 19, 2014 11:59 AM EST
"Criminal Minds" season 9, episode 15, airs tonight - find out where to watch online a free live stream of "Criminal Minds" season 9, episode 15, titled "Mr. and Mrs. Anderson." What will Garcia and Morgan plan for their Valentine's Day in tonight's episode, when "Criminal Minds" returns to CBS after a short hiatus?
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The "Criminal Minds" season 9, episode 15 synopsis reads: "The BAU investigates several murders in the Pittsburgh area and the probe reveals that the crimes were likely committed by a pair of killers working as a team. Meanwhile, Garcia and Morgan share their Valentine's Day plans for their significant others."
"Criminal Minds" finally returns to the airwaves, now that "CBS is going to brave the heavy competition from the Olympics," CarterMatt.com reports.
It's a little strange to watch a Valentine's Day-themed episode after Valentine's Day, but we won't pretend that we're not looking forward to see what Garcia and Morgan are planning for their Valentine's Day with their respective dates!
Catch "Criminal Minds" season 9, episode 15 tonight at 9pm EST on CBS.
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