AJ Cook To Be Theoretically Seen On ‘Criminal Minds’ For 2 More Years

Saturday, April 16 by

In news that would maybe make you hypothetically raise your eyebrows if you cared, AJ Cook, who plays the character of JJ on the show “Criminal Minds,” is coming back to the show after a theoretically controversial departure.

This is great news for hypothetical fans of JJ, who left the show this season after Cook’s contract wasn’t renewed. But now, after a guest appearance in this season finale, she’s coming back to the show for another 2 years. Which is great for all the hypothetical fans of “Criminal Minds,” but not so great for Rachel Nichols, intended to act as a kind of replacement for JJ.

And I’ve now managed to write more than one hundred words about AJ Cook returning to “Criminal Minds.” That should be a news story in itself. (Deadline)

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  1. April 16, 2011 10:09 am

    Just another hypothetical fan

    I had no clue I was a hypothetical fan. Or that the millions of people who watch it weekly are hypothetical. Or that AJ Cooks return isn’t a big deal. Good to know. I mean I could probably write a thousand words on how excited the hypothetical fans are, but you have written one hundred and that’s a huge step for someone to take in the world of reporting.


  2. April 16, 2011 10:09 am

    Just another hypothetical fan

    I had no clue I was a hypothetical fan. Or that the millions of people who watch it weekly are hypothetical. Or that AJ Cooks return isn’t a big deal. Good to know. I mean I could probably write a thousand words on how excited the hypothetical fans are, but you have written one hundred and that’s a huge step for someone to take in the world of reporting.


  3. April 16, 2011 10:09 am

    Angela

    What was the point of this “article”? It makes no sense. People who care will only raise their eyebrows at finding out AJ Cook is coming back? Don’t you mean people who DON’T care will only raise their eyebrows? I would think that even “hypothetically” that anyone who cares about something will have a bigger reaction than a raised eyebrow.

    Or do you mean that *you* don’t care? In which case, why not write that, instead of saying what the hypothetical fans will do? As far as her exit being only “theoretically” controversial, well, if mere theory can get them to rehire her, I wonder what actual controversy would have done? AJ Cook might be coming back as the head of CBS if only her exit was actually controversial, instead of just “theoretical”.


  4. April 16, 2011 10:09 am

    Anonymous

    Its true that this article sucks, but at least it did the job of spreading the good news around.

    Give the guy a break, obviously a tired reporter who is assigned to write something he couldn’t care less. I’m been in the situation, but has never let my fatigue or lack of interest show in my articles.


  5. April 16, 2011 10:09 am

    Anonymous

    Its true that this article sucks, but at least it did the job of spreading the good news around.

    Give the guy a break, obviously a tired reporter who is assigned to write something he couldn’t care less. I’m been in the situation, but has never let my fatigue or lack of interest show in my articles.


  6. April 16, 2011 10:09 am

    NoFanOfThisWriter

    Well this “hypothetical fan” thinks that Joseph Gibson is an asshole and that’s not even a theory of mine. It’s cold hard fact. What an asshole. Period!