I can't believe we're already at the end of the season for The Closer. Alas, it's true. Until next summer, this is it for Brenda and Fritz and the Major Crime Unit. Fortunately, they saved a good one for the finale. Has Brenda been so hip-deep in work that she's neglected the important things in life? That seemed to be one of the concerns, as well as the fun of dealing with someone who -- at best -- is a thorn in Chief Johnson's side. For all that and more, jump to the next page and tell Joel the cat he's not allowed on the table.
The Pope had spoken and whether or not Brenda was thrilled, she was forced to deal with Captain Raydor and the potential spousal abuse case involving one of Raydor's detectives. The minute you saw the uniformed cop -- Dunn -- on the scene having killed the husband in self-defense, you knew something was hinky.
Still, it was great to see Will chew out Brenda for dropping the ball on the investigation. She really did screw up because if Major Crimes had interviewed the husband before he was shot it may never have escalated into a homicide. How scary is it to think that the interdepartmental tussle between Raydor and Johnson was responsible for a man's death? What's scarier is knowing that probably happens in real life.
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