Then she gets pregnant in season three, and he proposes; their son, Henry, is born in season four, and JJ names Reid his godfather (!). In further seasons, JJ and Will have another kid, and get married not once, but twice (in fairness, the first time was with a ring with their son’s birthstone?).
She reveals that she has always loved him, which was a major shock for a lot of fans who thought that JJ and Will were happily married with children. How can things ever be the same between them now that JJ has told her feelings out loud to Reid?
Johnson & Johnson, with headquarters in New Jersey, is part of a parade of once-proud companies that have recently unveiled plans to break themselves up or radically shrink. This week alone, the industrial conglomerates General Electric and Toshiba announced that they would split up.
Even more devastating, JJ confessed that she was happy with her husband and kids, but that things could have potentially turned romantic had she and Reid met under different circumstances. That is the sound of hearts breaking.
Who is JJ’s husband?
Here’s what we know about JJ’s romantic life: She meets her husband to-be, Detective William LaMontagne Jr., in season two, and dates him in secret for a while. Then she gets pregnant in season three, and he proposes; their son, Henry, is born in season four, and JJ names Reid his godfather (!).
It was the biggest twist of the season. In the finale of Criminal Minds season 14, an emotional episode that saw both a wedding and a hostage situation, JJ Jareau (played by A.J. Cook) told her longtime coworker, Dr. Spencer Reid (Matthew Grey Gubler) that she had loved him all along. I repeat: JJ loved Reid all along. As in, for fourteen whole seasons, JJ has been making eyes at Reid and we did not even notice.
Flash-forward to fourteen whole years later (or is it less in the Criminal Minds universe? Probably?), when JJ, with a gun pointed at her head, turns to Reid and says, “I’ve always loved you, and I was just too scared to say it before. And now things are just really too complicated to say it now. I’m sorry, but you should know.”
What season does Reid confess to her love?
In the first season, they go on what is an attempt at a date, but it doesn’t amount to anything until Season 14 when she confesses that she’s always loved Reid. Fans have a lot of (mostly negative) thoughts about it.
Unlike other network procedurals, like “Bones” or “NCIS,” CBS’ “Criminal Minds” has mostly avoided any inter-team relationships between its main cast members for its 15 seasons. There is no center romance between a will-they-won’t-they duo, but instead, the team’s significant others are mostly minor characters off to the side.