[Video] 'Criminal Minds' Sneak Peek: Morgan's Love Life and a Frat Party Gets Hog Wild
[Video] 'Criminal Minds' Sneak Peek: Morgan's Love Life and a Frat Party Gets Hog Wild
Meredith Jacobs
Meredith Jacobs
Contributing Writer, BuddyTV
Something Criminal Minds does quite well is help add to the list of "places to avoid according to procedural dramas in case of serial killers." Oh, does no one else have a list like that? This week's "What Happens in Mecklinburg..." adds another place to the list, as you can see in the promo that has been released.

Plus, as we've seen on this show, it's not easy to maintain a relationship with the job, and in this episode, it's Morgan's turn to have to deal with that, as Savannah (yes, Savannah is still around) vents her frustration about all the traveling he does.

Check out the "What Happens in Mecklinburg..." promo:

The BAU is called to Memphis to find the commonality between the missing persons of a series of targeted kidnappings and the motive, and as you can see in the promo, getting too drunk is not what you should be most concerned about if you attend a party at his fraternity. Sure, there's the usual partying, keg stands and hazing, but what's not normal is what's going on down in the basement. You may never look at a pig mask (or a pig face, maybe) the same way after this episode.

Watch a Criminal Minds sneak peek about Morgan's love life:

JJ has noticed that Morgan has been distracted, and when he answers "person" to her "person, place or thing" question, she realizes it's "SDU time" already. Yes, there's a name for this point in Morgan's love life, the "She doesn't understand" point. It's worth watching this clip for JJ's impression of Morgan alone. Trust me.

According to "SDU time," at the five or six-month mark, Morgan breaks up with a girlfriend (or gets her to break up with him so he's not the bad guy). However, it might be time for a change, and JJ offers up some tough love: "You either want a relationship or you don't. And if you don't, accept the fact that you might be alone. Forever." Harsh, JJ. Harsh. Could this be exactly what he needs to hear?

Criminal Minds airs Wednesdays at 9pm on CBS.

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