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    Re: Major Crimes: TNT (spinoff of The Closer)

    Quote Originally Posted by Mariner View Post
    I thought there were some holes in this last episode. For instance, why would dead embezzler guy's blood only be near the sink if the husband caught him and the wife in bed? It's not like he could have laid down the plastic sheet ahead of time and directed the guy to stand on it while he stabbed him. Leaving that aside, I thought it was really well acted. William Moses telling his daughter that his only regret was that he hadn't killed her too was very disturbing. I am enjoying the Provenza/Sykes interactions and loved having the episode focus on Tao.
    Mariner, they said he HOPED to find them in bed. But apparently he didn't.

    I loved Michael Paul Chan in this episode. His acting was so understated yet intense. You could really tell how much he wanted to correct his "mistake" and how much he cared for the daughter's feelings. He was so careful and gentle with her.

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    It's true they did say that but unless he was stabbed outside somewhere there should have been some of his blood somewhere other than next to the sink. I may have misunderstood but I thought the wife was first stabbed in the bedroom and then crawled out to where she was eventually finished off. So I guess I just assumed the embezzler was stabbed in the bedroom as well.
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    Re: Major Crimes: TNT (spinoff of The Closer)

    I like Major Crimes however, find myself more interested in the relationship between Sharon and Rusty than the rest of the show. I was so mad when I watched the latest episode and the results of Rusty's visit with his "Dad" (if that's what you want to call him). What a jerk! Rusty asked Sharon if he had done anything he needed to apologize for and Sharon told him "No, we are past the apology stage of our relationship with Mr. Dunn and moved on to the ...Please, don't let me drive over to his house and shoot him in the head phase." She took pictures of Rusty's face. I can't wait until she deals with Mr. Dunn.

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    Re: Major Crimes: TNT (spinoff of The Closer)

    Quote Originally Posted by inthegarden View Post
    Rusty asked Sharon if he had done anything he needed to apologize for and Sharon told him "No, we are past the apology stage of our relationship with Mr. Dunn and moved on to the ...Please, don't let me drive over to his house and shoot him in the head phase." She took pictures of Rusty's face. I can't wait until she deals with Mr. Dunn.
    This was my favorite part of the episode also.

    Did the confrontation between father and daughter as he was being escorted out shock anyone as much as it did me. I could see the calm veneer of his face and then he unmasked. Yikes!
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    Yes, that surprised me, Arielflies. I thought the father was about to show remorse, but instead, he showed his true colors as pure vermin.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Florimel View Post
    Yes, that surprised me, Arielflies. I thought the father was about to show remorse, but instead, he showed his true colors as pure vermin.
    Definitely an outstanding actor...he gave me chills.
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    I'm sad the season has ended. A good resolution for Rusty. The whole squad lined up behind him against the sperm donor. His line, "I never thought it would feel so good to be an orphan." Then the reassurance that he wasn't, that he had them as family.

    Who even remembers the procedural part of the show...except that Fritz made an appearance. LOL
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    Re: Major Crimes: TNT (spinoff of The Closer)

    The show returns in less than two weeks!

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    Yay! Thanks for the bump and the reminder!
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    Re: Major Crimes: TNT (spinoff of The Closer)

    This is a show that I watch only occasionally, but I happened to see a promo for this week's episode. Based on the guest stars, I figured it would be a hoot of an episode and recorded it watch. I was right; it was highly entertaining.

    Guest stars included Doris Roberts, Marion Ross. Tim Conway, Paul Dooley, and Ron Glass. Did anyone else happened to catch it?
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