7 Insider Secrets From Criminal Minds, 'Outlaw'

Viva, Las Vegas!

Viva, Las Vegas!

The BAU headed to Las Vegas,  where three employees at a local restaurant were killed during a robbery. The investigation led to the re-opening of a cold case from six years ago, which is believed to be related to the restaurant homicide.

Why Sin City? Producer Virgil Williams set "Outlaw" in Las Vegas after being inspired by a recent visit to the city.

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Recognize this familiar face?

Recognize this familiar face?

Grainger Hines, who played Brooks Tanner, was an original member of the musical group The Swingin' Medallions.
Welcome to the land of famous outlaws.

Welcome to the land of famous outlaws.

Among Las Vegas' notorious residents were Doc Holliday, Jesse James, Billy the Kid, Wyatt Earp, Hoodoo Brown, and Handsome Harry the Dancehall Rustler.
All in the family.

All in the family.

Violet's husband, Jeff Koldyke, shares his surname with Williams' friend, Ben Koldyke. Turns out: Ben Koldyke married Angel From Hell actress Maggie Lawson in a ceremony held in Las Vegas, New Mexico (Williams was in attendance).

 
The walking—and talking—dead.

The walking—and talking—dead.

Meet the actors behind the bodies in the morgue! From left are actors Andrew Matarazzo, Danube R. Hermosillo, and O.C. Rodriguez.
 
Guest stars gone fishing.

Guest stars gone fishing.

The guest stars of "Outlaw" spent their free time fishing with their families.