Just as Brenda and Fritz are about to go off on a long anticipated weekend holiday, Brenda learns for the first time that Major Crimes has been looking into a seven-year-old murder that was re-opened after the forensic lab that processed the crime scene evidence was discredited. Lt. Provenza, one of the original investigators on the case, assures Brenda that everything is in order. He's particularly pleased that his old partner, now retired Detective George Andrews, is returning to Los Angeles to help, but he isn't quite prepared for what he sees when George returns as Georgette after sex re-assignment surgery. The DA is prepared to drop the case against Doris Osgood, a home care worker who killed one of her elderly charges, but Brenda decides to stay in L.A. and make sure they get the evidence they need to make the previous conviction stick. Written by
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Uh, and what makes you think that... "George" can get your confession?
Let's call it "woman's intuition."