" Long Shot " felt a little unfinished, as if somebody wasn't willing to go all out because they didn't know if Major Crimes would be picked up. It wasn't a bad episode, or even sub-par, I just wanted more from one of my new favorites before I more
Well, it finally happened. On the final episode, “Long Shot,” of the somewhat abbreviated first season of “The Closer”-spin-off “ Major Crimes ,” everything finally clicked, much like a shell into the suspect’s sniper rifle. With each subsequent episode o more
Shoot. I had a bad feeling about Daniel Dunn and his fiance and the situation certainly reared its ugly head in " Cheaters Never Prosper ." Sharon was spot on in her assessment of his nasty behavior. Being "late" by even one hour when your mom more
Well, it figures. Just as Mary McDonnell’s hard-edged, snub-nosed character on “ Major Crimes ” was really was starting to grow on me, the season has almost drawn to a close. With the penultimate episode “Cheaters Never Prosper,” things finally clicked fo more
" Dismissed With Prejudice " marks the first time I haven't felt Major Crimes took their new dynamic and knocked it out of the park. It's a shame, really, because it was Tao's turn in the spotlight and it didn't turn out at all like I was expecting. more
Tonight’s episode of Major Crimes , “Dismissed with Prejudice,” started with a flashback…how did we know? It had that out-of-whack off-kilter color scheme thing happening, for one; more importantly, it had Lt. Tao (Michael Paul Chan) sporting a full more
Hey, Major Crimes fans. Carissa's on vacation, so I'm filling in for her this week. Everyone wave to Carissa!
While this week may have given us more of Chief Taylor, (and I, like Carissa, don't care much for the character), " The Shame Game " also gave more
You know what's " Out of Bounds ?" Keeping Taylor on Major Crimes .
This week we not only had to suffer through his presence, but his imprint was all over the case of the week. He chose to make the case a major crime strictly because his son attended t more