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.

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With the sudden death of Chief Delk, Will Pope becomes Interim Chief while also keeping his old position as a cost-saving measure. The funeral is barely over when Major Crimes is called out on a case. Dead is Ashley Reed, a journalism student house-sitting for the family friends who find her on their return from a holiday. Obviously deceased for several days (five) by the time found, she had also babysat for Alex Banks, one of her professors who was known to have had an affair with another of his students. As Major Crimes picks apart the professor's life, a recovered laptop points them in the right direction. Meanwhile, as Commander Taylor bemoans his loss of advancement, Capt. Raydor, ready to end her investigation, continues only at Interim Chief Pope's insistence. Written by garykmcd / edited by statmanjeff

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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18 July 2011 (USA)  »

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[Brenda's investigation leaves Alex's personal life in ruins, with strong parallels as to how the lawsuit may affect Brenda's professional life as well]
Deputy Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson: I certainly know how hard it is to be accused of things you haven't done.
Professor Alex Banks: Yeah. I'm not exactly innocent, though, am I? That's the trouble. I cheated on my wife and my family - more than once, honestly, because I thought I could get away with it - but not every mistake can be fixed with an apology, no matter how sorry you are.
Deputy Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson: Well, you're ...
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