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  • Episode 405: Snitch
    While the Major Crimes unit investigates a complicated gangland shooting, Det. Amy Sykes finds she must protect the identify of a witness capable of identifying the killer. Rusty struggles with how to manage newly gained information on the Alice case and Lt. Flynn works to gain the courage to take his relationship with Captain Raydor to the next level.

    James Duff's blog: https://www.facebook.com/MajorCrimesTNT/posts/852791534798613:0

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    • Duff's blog is up on the MC Facebook page.

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    • Moving post:

      69.35.160.125 wrote: Any opinions on this episode? It looked interesting from the teaser, looks action packed. And seems like trouble in Camp Shandy many are again stating (like what I said last year and got griped at about) that it seeming like hype to get people to watch. Because it's getting thrown in as an afterthought in the end. 

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    • Yes, Thank You. I don't log in often. Looks like a good episode. Curious about what will happen with Sharon/Andy. But also curious about next weeks episode. Looks like Provenza might move in with Patrice possibly? 

      Renee 

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    • Well Doctor Joe is back so it looks good already. He always makes things interesting. Last time he was on I think was when Rusty admitted he was gay.

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    • At least we know how Rusty got that information on Alice's phone. THAT explains a lot!!!

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    • That was a pretty cool move with the barbeque lid. I LAUGHED when I saw that though I thought she was gonna hit him in the head as he came out the door not trip him up. AND we FINALLY get some Shandy action!!!

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    • Also I think we're gonna be meeting this "TJ" next week as the summary says Rusty searches for Alice's identity with the help of a new friend. Sounds like TJ to me. I immediately got where THAT conversation was going when he mentioned TJ and then his age. Close in age to Rusty, very willing to help him, suddenly good friends. You don't have to be a detective to see where they're trying to go with this one. Even Doctor Joe got the fact that Rusty's probably interested in him from the start. Rusty's a little TOO defensive about that one in my opinion though some of that might be from how things went with Jeff last season when he was interested in him. TJ actually sounds to be in a similar situation to Rusty before he came out: living at home, gay but closeted. Rusty's never had a real relationship either. Closest he ever seemed to come to THAT was Kris and he wasn't interested in her romantically. Rusty found the courage to tell Sharon and the Doctor Joe and the squad, he just needs the courage to pursue this TJ. And courage IS this season's theme!!! Though to be fair I don't think ANYONE was shocked by his revelation about being gay. The squad acted surprised but I could tell they really weren't. Jack could tell just knowing Rusty a short time though that seemed to be more due to his past at the start. I didn't catch on to what he was telling Sharon in Return to Sender but that's mostly because I've never seen the Closer and didn't know Morales was gay at the time.

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    • Watched tonight mainly because Monday is such a slow night for tv. I didn't pay any attention to Rusty and his therapist. The gang related storyline didn't feel very new or fresh, but it was nice to see Sykes having a bigger role to play. I did enjoy seeing Sanchez use his anger in a constructive way. It was effective, and you could tell he could harness it. That interview with Raydor and Sanchez was the best part of the episode.

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    • Hub13 wrote: Watched tonight mainly because Monday is such a slow night for tv. I didn't pay any attention to Rusty and his therapist. The gang related storyline didn't feel very new or fresh, but it was nice to see Sykes having a bigger role to play. I did enjoy seeing Sanchez use his anger in a constructive way. It was effective, and you could tell he could harness it. That interview with Raydor and Sanchez was the best part of the episode.

      I WAS worried for a second there but then he gave that look to the camera and I knew it was just an act.

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    • Interesting note: I just watched Identity and saw the phone Rusty identifies as prepaid. I actually have one that looks a lot like that, different color mostly I think but its NOT prepaid. I'm just not into all that fancy stuff people get on their phones. I barely know how to answer my mother's phone for her if she asks me to while she's driving and she's got one of those fancy ones.

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    • Hello, all! Sorry to be so absent recently. I think most of you know I work for a university, and we're in the process of changing our term structure from quarter to semester. It's a huge amount of work, and I feel like I work all the time! I'm going to try to get on here more!!

      This was a great episode. I love Sykes, and particularly enjoyed seeing a Sykes-centered episode. The episode was a real indictment of the system, and how in its efforts to protect the innocent, it places victims and witnesses at real risk. Hub and I disagreed a bit about whether Provenza and Tao should have been able to suss out that she had a witness that early, but I think experience would clue them in.

      The whole Rusty story seems to be perking along; at least he's doing something related to the overall narrative. I always enjoy the stuff with Dr. Joe, but that's about Dr. Joe, not Rusty. That actor is great. The vlogs are entertaining. I always post the newest one on the main page if anyone wants to see it.

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