The Closer (2005–2012)
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Brenda gets in more trouble with Pope when the Catholic Church stonewalls her investigation into a priest's murder. Meanwhile she also faces pressure at home caring for her sick father.

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David Gabriel
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Louie Provenza
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Mike Tao
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Buzz Watson
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Fritz Howard
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Clay Johnson
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Father Calhoun
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Vincent Morris
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The L.A.P.D. runs into trouble with the Catholic Church after a priest is found murdered in an elementary school playground. Brenda's parents are in town so that her father can receive treatment from a specialist. With both her father's health and the murder case demanding so much time, Brenda neglects some of those closest to her and suffers unforeseen consequences. Written by skillwithaquill

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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30 July 2012 (USA)  »

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Last live appearances of Frances Sternhagen as Willie Ray Johnson and Barry Corbin as Clay Johnson. They'll be seen just one more time - in a photograph of Brenda's wedding day in The Closer: Armed Response (2012) See more »

Quotes

Deputy Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson: The doctor said we're in no danger of losing Daddy.
Willie Ray Johnson: I'm not afraid of losing him. I'm worried about how to keep him.
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