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

    I have it taped and plan on watching when I can watch without interruptions. With that cast, I wasn't about to miss it.

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

    The scene in the courtroom at the end with each of them confessing to the judge was hilarious. I wanted to see more of those veteran actors. They are all SO good.

    Happy that Provenza finally passed his marksmanship exam. Hopefully, he'll get his own - and more policeman-like - glasses!
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    Re: Major Crimes: TNT (spinoff of The Closer)

    Finally got around to watching the latest episode. Was it a season finale? I was touched at the end where she told Rusty, no matter what happens, know that I love you.
    Yup, with donuts!!

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    The season premiere was certainly disturbing. It was good to see everyone back.
    When is Rusty going tell everybody what he keeps trying to tell...it is getting old.
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    Yes, very disturbing. I thought Rusty told Provenza about needing to buy an electric toothbrush for his mother. Sharon saw his toothbrush sliding out from his back pack at the house and, I'm sure she has questions. It will probably come out in the wash next week.
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    Re: Major Crimes: TNT (spinoff of The Closer)

    What happened to the other DA? I liked her better.

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    Love every character, but am hoping they are not deliberately developing anger management issues for Sanchez.
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    Re: Major Crimes: TNT (spinoff of The Closer)

    The only character/actor on the show I have never warmed up to is "Rusty". I don't like the actor or the whiney, needy role.

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

    Quote Originally Posted by mom2 View Post
    Love every character, but am hoping they are not deliberately developing anger management issues for Sanchez.
    I've noticed that too. He has had anger issues on both episodes this season.

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    Hey, remember his beginnings...he has a right to whine, especially if his mother, who he loves, begins to pop up in his life again.
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