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He is a Supervisory Special Agent of the FBI's Behavioral Analysis Unit, (although has served as interim unit chief for Aaron Hotchner), and has appeared from the series' pilot episode "Extreme Aggressor", which was originally broadcast on September 22, 2005.
Before he left in season 11, he was one of only three main characters to appear since the first season as "starring", while also becoming the only character to appear in all episodes.
He specializes in explosives, fixations, and obsessive behaviors.
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Morgan is shown over the series being flirtatious towards the team's technical analyst Penelope Garcia (Kirsten Vangsness). He is shown to be confident and assertive, along with being very protective towards Spencer Reid (Matthew Gray Gubler), whom he helps to pick up girls.
He is the muscle of the team, and usually storms in when a suspect requires apprehending physically.
Series star Matthew Gray Gubler directs the episode, and A. But again, how the “Morcia” fans receive it all is yet to be seen.
Moore, though, acknowledges Baby Girl and Chocolate Thunder for all that they are, and what they are not.