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The series tells of the harsh everyday life of a woman detective, held training in the CIA. The film takes place in Los Angeles. The task of the new head of the department to combat the most serious crimes Brenda Lee Johnson â€“ investigation of the murders. Her extraordinary personality and unique approach to work shocked fellow â€“ men. She is ready to make any sacrifice for the sake of truth.
The Closer season 7 episodes list:
While the team investigates a massacre that included an up and coming rapper, Delk begins a major restructuring at Major Crimes, including a surprising new boss for Brenda.
Pope becomes interim chief after Delk's death, but he doesn't cancel Raydor's investigation into Brenda. Meanwhile, Major Crimes tackles a case involving a house sitter who was killed while the family who hired her was on vacation.
To make some easy money on the side by serving a convicted embezzler, Flynn, Provenza and Buzz get in trouble when their actions result in the death of a man hired to be his impostor.
The death of a young boy hits close to home for Lieutenant Tao, and Brenda continues to duck Raydor's investigation.
While Major Crimes tackles a case involving the death of a cross-dressing minister, the entire team is served in the Terrell Baylor case - except for Gabriel.
While Major Crimes tries to figure out who killed a registered sex offender and buried him under a retaining wall, Brenda tries to find a way to pay for her new high-priced defense attorney.
An escort appears to have died from an overdose, but her mother, a Phoenix police officer, insists it's not true. Meanwhile, Raydor's continuing investigation makes Brenda comes to terms with a shocking reality.
While Major Crimes tries to stop a hit ordered from prison by a Mexican drug cartel, Brenda's attorney begins the uncomfortable task of find the leak in the department.
While Major Crimes investigates the death of an aspiring teenage pop star's father, Brenda contemplates whether to accept what appears to be a generous offer to settle her case.
Brenda's attorney's efforts at requesting a summary judgment in her case are interrupted when the team is called out to investigate the murder of a deputy sheriff.
As Brenda suspects a good Samaritan high school coach of murdering his new principal to cover instances of pedophilia, Captain Raydor catches Pope off guard with the surprise announcement of her retirement.
A Christmas village Santa is killed in a zip-line accident, and the village's other Santa comes under suspicion. Meanwhile, Brenda's lawyer informs her that his retainer has run out and she needs to pay him $25,000.
Brenda and Fritz butt heads when the FBI appears to sabotage her murder investigation because her main suspect is under their surveillance, and Brenda's parents come to town for the holidays with some bad news
The police commissioner's wife tries to claim that her car was stolen to cover up for her drunken vehicular homicide, but Brenda sees right through her lies.
When Major Crimes finds Peter Goldman's card on a murdered witness to Turell Baylor's death, new questions and suspects emerge in the Baylor case that could ultimately prove Brenda's innocence in the federal suit against her.
Brenda is willing to go to extreme lengths to prove that a sleazy defense attorney from her past is actually his client's accomplice in a rape/murder case.
Flynn and Provenza fail to detect a robbery-homicide in progress at a cash-for-gold store, leading to a messy and awkward investigation for Major Crimes.
The murder of a doctor who treats cancer patients hits close to home for Brenda and gets her in hot water with Pope.
Brenda gets in more trouble with Pope when the Catholic Church stonewalls her investigation into a priest's murder. Meanwhile she also faces pressure at home caring for her sick father.
While Brenda returns early after her mother's death to help Major Crimes solve the murder of a security guard, Raydor uncovers the leak in the department from Brenda's Turell Baylor case.
Brenda puts her career on the line to prove that Philip Stroh is guilty of murder, even though she has no hard evidence or smoking gun.
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