Criminal Minds (season 7) - Wikipedia
I'm on season 7 and can't tell weather their relationship is platonic or a sexual one in the making? To be fair, I'm of a different culture. Derek Morgan is a fictional character on the CBS crime drama Criminal Minds, portrayed by Before he left in season 11, he was one of only three main characters to appear since the first season as "starring", . Morgan's close relationship with Garcia was made especially clear after she was shot by a perpetrator of hero. When a case drags on, Morgan and Garcia fear they won't be able to be 11 - Favs: 12 - Follows: 7 - Published: Dec 27, - D. Morgan, P. Garcia. The cuddling series by dayana82 reviews . A short and not overly fluffy introspective drabble about Morgan and Garcia's relationship over the years from Morgan's POV.
Question in my bio about C2, please give me an answer. Face Time by seditionary reviews When a case drags on, Morgan and Garcia fear they won't be able to be together at Christmas. Morgan will miss Garcia's stage debut, and she won't be able to give him his sexy present.
Derek Morgan (Criminal Minds) - Wikipedia
Will things work out? Criminal Minds - Rated: What if PG realizes something she never thought before because of this fight? Could it be that she's still in love with her co-worker?Criminal Minds - Will gets shot - Season 7 finale
She'd thought managed to overcome those feelings, but are they back? Title belongs to Cobra Starship. Garcia - Complete MG selection by cherries. Garcia The cuddling series by dayana82 reviews Only a true friend won't mind you calling him in the middle of the night.
Written for the 10 snuggles challenge on LJ. MorganGarcia most definitely, but only friendship Garcia - Complete Dilemma by mamya reviews When two of the most important people in his life are abducted, Derek Morgan will have to face a choice: Who will he save?
Garcia & Morgan | FanFiction
Ficlet for shetiger's fandom stocking. Goes into the lives of Garcia and Morgan along with their 4 kids. Morgan often calls him "Doc", "Kid", "Genius", or "Pretty Boy" and they frequently tease and exchange banter with one another, even going as far as having a joke war in the episode "Painless". Morgan has been seen giving Reid advice on how to pick up girls at a bar after he unsuccessfully tried to hand out fliers and he is one of two people who knew that Reid was experiencing extremely painful headaches that may or may not have been related to the possibility of schizophrenia, the other being Emily Prentiss.
He also has an extremely close friendship with Agent Emily Prentiss. As she joined the team in season 2, they immediately bonded due to their mutual love of Kurt Vonnegut books.
Morgan is protective of Prentiss, but their relationship is never shown beyond outside of the bureau. In the episode 6x17 "Valhalla", Morgan tells Prentiss that she can "trust him", and that he is there for her no matter what. In Prentiss's final episode as a series regular, 6x18 "Lauren", she disappears after walking out of the BAU to go and confront her nemesis, Ian Doyle. At the end of the episode after being stabbed in the abdomen by Doyle, Morgan rushes to her side to try to save her.
She tells him to let her go, and he responds by saying "No, no, I am not letting you go. I am so proud of you. Do you understand that? I am proud of you because you are my friend, and you are my partner," to which then, Emily starts to fade in and out of consciousness while Morgan is holding her hand. At the hospital, J.
Everyone, except Hotch and J. In season seven, Morgan's summer investigation leads him to be the first to discover that Prentiss is alive. When she returns to the BAU they share an emotional moment and a hug.
Later, Morgan tells her he was never upset nor does he feel betrayed. In "Dorado Falls", Morgan signs them up for takedown re-certification without telling her and lets her believe Hotch was responsible. He doesn't want her to know it was him who signed her up because he doesn't want to admit that he needs to make sure she can still take care of herself.
Later, he admits to Emily he did it because losing her was "7 months of Hell" and he worried that his fear of losing her would be so great he wouldn't be able to perform properly because he would be worrying about her. She tells him she understands this and agrees to 10 hours of training, but states that his demands of 'a neck rub everyday along with coffee' are pushing it.
Morgan also became close with Ellie Spicer, a little girl who was the daughter of a murder victim in the "Prince of Darkness" case. After being treated by paramedics, Morgan rejoined his coworkers in hunting Flynn, who the team had identified as "a pure psychopath ".
Throughout the episode, Morgan snaps at several of his teammates, including Garcia, whom he is normally flirtatious with. After Flynn turns Ellie loose, the team arrives at a house where Flynn is holding two people hostage.
Flynn calls Hotch's phone, and demands that Morgan enter. Hotch initially refuses, until Morgan steps to him and says, "This one is mine. Flynn tells Morgan that while he may not be afraid, the hostages were. Morgan responds by saying "You point that gun at them, and I will kill you, and that is another promise.
Flynn stands up and aims his gun at the female victim, resulting in Morgan instantly opening fire, coldly shooting Flynn in the chest repeatedly until "The Prince of Darkness" dies, and falls back onto the bed. Morgan emerges from the house removing his Kevlar vest and is greeted by Ellie. He takes her into his arms and comforts her as her bravado cracks, and she begins to cry.
Ellie is placed into a foster home following her father's death because her parents were separated and her aunt Matt Spicer's sister, who had been caring for Ellie was also killed by Flynn.
When Ellie catches a boy in the home peeping at her as she bathes, she runs away, flies to D. Morgan declines, but he and the BAU team members are able to reunite Ellie with her mother.
In "Big Sea", Morgan gets personal on a case in Jacksonville, Florida when bodies are discovered buried in the ocean floor off the coast. His aunt Yvonne fears that her missing daughter, Cindi, was one of the victims. Rossi tells Seaver that Morgan's cousin escaped a stalker and was never heard from.
After Morgan catches the Unsub, he shows him pictures of two of his victims during his interrogation. When Morgan showed Cindi's picture he claims that she cried for Morgan before her throat was sliced. Even though Cindi wasn't one of the victims, Morgan lies to his aunt, and tells her that she was dead, to give her closure however, she is still missing.
In the season six finale, he fatally shoots the unsub leader of the human trafficking ring who'd been pretending to be a victim and was about to shoot Rossi.