The investigation into the Albanian blood feud uncovers a surprising secret about the identities of one of the family members, and somebody breaks into Brenda's parents' RV.

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Brenda and Major Crimes continue their investigation into the murders of the Marku sisters. The timing of the murders is such that it absolves the girls' dead father, Shariq, as he was trying to kill Armand at the time. The only other surviving member of the family is Armand's nephew Skander, a tough kid who has inherited his grandfather's distrust of the police. The team begins to believe they are dealing with some form of old country blood feud - that is until they receive lab reports which throw an entirely different light on the case. Meanwhile, Brenda's parents have their RV broken into, with all of their Christmas presents stolen. With everyone's Christmas holiday plans disrupted, they have Christmas dinner together. Written by garykmcd / edited by statmanjeff

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Brenda Leigh Johnson: Uh, any luck gettin' my present from you?
Fritz Howard: You didn't really think I was gonna find an Albanian translator on Christmas day, did you?
Brenda Leigh Johnson: Oh, I ask you for one thing...
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Silent Night
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Written by Franz Gruber (as Franz Xaver Gruber)
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The Serb did it
29 December 2010 | by (Serbia) – See all my reviews

OK, so I couldn't understand a guy who was angry by portrayal of Vikings in How to train your dragon, and God gave me an opportunity to feel the same. I probably wouldn't be so annoyed by it, but just yesterday I've watched Prime suspect - The last witness, and guess what, Serb did it there too. So, I guess that butlers aren't interesting anymore. Too bad, they were great villains. I don't like bad Serbs that much, perhaps because they've never played by Serbs or even ex- Yougoslav people, they don't look like Serbs and they don't talk like Serbs. And they don't feel like Serbs. So overused and raw stereotypes ruined these two episodes for me.


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