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Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson (Character)
from "The Closer" (2005)

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The Closer: Season 4: Episode 14 -- A clip from an episode of "The Closer," airing at 9 p.m. Mondays on TNT.
The Closer: Season 4: Episode 14 -- A clip from an episode of "The Closer," which airs at 9 p.m. Mondays on TNT.

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Deputy Chief Brenda Lee Johnson is the head of the Priority Homicide Division of the LAPD... See more »
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Deputy Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson

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  1. "The Closer"
        - The Last Word (2012) TV episode, Played by Kyra Sedgwick (as Deputy Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson)
        - Armed Response (2012) TV episode, Played by Kyra Sedgwick (as Deputy Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson)
        - Last Rites (2012) TV episode, Played by Kyra Sedgwick (as Deputy Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson)
        - Drug Fiend (2012) TV episode, Played by Kyra Sedgwick (as Deputy Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson)
        - Fool's Gold (2012) TV episode, Played by Kyra Sedgwick (as Deputy Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson)
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From "The Closer: The Round File (#3.5)" (2007)
Judd Whaley: [Sgt. Gabriel is putting the cuffs on Mr. Whaley, who has just confessed seven mercy killings and now protests] No, no, hold on, one moment! I thought you said mercy killing and first degree murder were very different crimes!
Deputy Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson: [Matter-of-factly] They are, but the punishment for both is exactly the same.
Judd Whaley: [Still sincerely not seeming to understand the difference between right and wrong] Are you actually talking about putting me into prison?
Deputy Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson: [softly] Don't worry.
[in normal voice]
Deputy Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson: It's not that different from some of you really. You have to sign visit people. Friends and relatives tend to forget you exist. And at some point, the state of California might just put you out of your misery.
Judd Whaley: Well I certainly don't deserve this.
Deputy Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson: You're right, Mr. Whaley.
[looks down]
Deputy Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson: Unfortunately...
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