Major Crimes spends their Christmas vacations investigating the murder of a baseball scout, while Rysty's therapist asks him some tough questions about his mom.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Daniel Reichert ...
Mr. Downy / Luke Dalton
Hunt Massey
Reed Downy / Rory Brooks


Christmas vacation is interrupted for the Major Crimes division when Flynn comes upon a murdered baseball scout in his RV. As the squad works through the murder case, unfolding a complicated kidnapping scheme, Rusty opens up to Dr. Joe about his mom. Written by Anonymous

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Crime | Drama | Mystery



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16 December 2013 (USA)  »

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When Sharon is decorating the Christmas Tree and Rusty makes a comment that she had a lot of angels to which Sharon quickly responds with ": Oh, you can never have too many angels." While the comment could be taken as being very innocent on the surface of things, what Sharon was really referencing are the "angels" that work in the Major Crimes Division who have all taken an interest in Rusty's well-being by throwing out all pre-conceived notions of people like Rusty after they "humanized" him. While most instances of showing compassion have been scattered throughout the episodes up through now, the most effective example was when all of the "angels" were present & standing in unison when Rusty asked his biological father to sign a document surrendering all parental rights to the state after Rusty's face showed evidence his father had apparently lost his temper and hit him in the face hard and more than once. In their own ways, those "angels" are all helping Sharon raise Rusty while he is staying with her and helping to keep him out of harm's way. See more »


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