While Major Crimes tracks down a man suspected of murdering a woman he met on an Internet dating website, Brenda begins to get cold feet before her final interview for police chief.



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Brenda's interview with the Mayor for the Chief position is scheduled for the next day and she is having serious doubts about whether she really wants the job. When a murder comes along, she tries to use it as an excuse to postpone the interview, but those around her have other things in mind. As for the murder, the victim is Judy Lynn, a D-list celebrity who has made a name for herself through her video blog where she documents her daily life. Her last entry was that she was going out on a date - her first in two years - with someone she hooked up with on an Internet dating site. They quickly track down the man. All the evidence points to him as the culprit, but the solution lies elsewhere. Written by garykmcd

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Crime | Drama | Mystery


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6 September 2010 (USA)  »

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Captain Sharon Raydor: May I ask you a question?
Deputy Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson: Sure, Captain. Why not?
Captain Sharon Raydor: Do you really not want to be Chief of Police?
Deputy Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson: No, I don't.
Captain Sharon Raydor: And as a woman, don't you feel an obligation to at least give it a try?
Deputy Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson: As a woman, I feel I've earned the right to options, and one of my options should be to say no.
Captain Sharon Raydor: You don't think that I wanted to spend my career in Internal Affairs, doing a job that leaves me disliked and mistrusted by my fellow officers every day of my life? No, I chose I.A. because I thought it was the quickest ...
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Great character development by two strong actresses, Kyra Sedgwick and Rhea Seehorn
7 September 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I just watched the latest closer episode and loved loved loved it. "The last woman standing" was really great and the entire story worked for me and kept me on edge. I really liked the actress Rhea Seehorn who played the struggling actress on the show and her character was really great with all of her different costumes and amazing looks that she had plastered on the wall. It was cool how she talked about how lonely it can be if you're a strong woman. That chick totally rocked it when she was talking about getting that creep outta her place asap and how foolish she felt. I can relate and I totally felt connected to her. From one blond hottie to another...you rock!!!

Kyra Sedgwick always puts in a fantastic performance and it was good to see two strong woman in the same episode....sorry Rhea Seehorn had to get murdered in this episode but at least Kyra caught the murderer and didn't just give up and go for the big important job interview leaving the murder to be solved by her team. Anyhow...no disappointments here. It was a great show.

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