Major Crimes Review: It's the Company That You Keep

It's not going to be a surprise to me to discover that the title of this episode had nothing to do with Rios and the show's attempt to make her more agreeable, but to me, that was the big "Backfire." 

I'm honestly growing weary of many of the ongoing stories on Major Crimes and I desperately wish the show would find a balance between the crimes, the personalities of the characters and the relationships between them. As of right now, that's just not happening for me.

 

The case was somewhat interesting, mostly due to the fact that the judge came down so harshly on DDA Rios and the FBI's involvement with the murder suspect. Read More...


http://www.tvfanatic.com/2013/08/major-crimes-review-its-the-company-that-you-keep/

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