As Major Crimes hunts down Rusty's would-be killer, Rusty takes the stand in a preliminary hearing against serial rapist Phillip Stroh.

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As Major Crimes draws closer to finding Rusty's stalker, Rusty faces his biggest challenge yet in bravely taking the stand against Phillip Stroh. Complicating the case further, the team goes head to head with Linda Rothman, Phillip's tough, powerful attorney who doesn't let morals stand in her way of winning a case. Written by Anonymous/edited by statmanjeff

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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Linda Rothman: How are you holding up?
Rusty Beck: Fantastic. Thanks for asking.
Linda Rothman: Fantastic? Is that why your guardian asked the psychologist Dr. Joseph Bowman to perform an evaluation of your mental status, because you're fantastic?
Rusty Beck: No. That was... um... that was for another reason.
Linda Rothman: What reason?
Rusty Beck: It was related to a lie that I told Captain Raydor.
Linda Rothman: So you're still lying to the police? Surprised. About what this time? About what did you lie to the police?
Rusty Beck: I don't think I can say.
Linda Rothman: Your Honor?
Rusty Beck: I, I, I can't... I can't answer ...
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I was disappointed
15 January 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I have watched from the beginning and it has been very compelling and great. This season finale was so bad, I wanted to cry. It was so choppy and disoriented. Then to end it with making Rusty gay and making him upset about it and feel like he was bad seemed so unbelievable for someone of James Duff's caliber.

If he was going to be upset about what he did, they should have kept him straight and it would have been more believable.

I also personally would have done all I could to get Kyra and Billy for this episode.

The only good thing I can say about it is that Provenza got a great shot and it left it possibly with Stroh in Solitary that he can still get Rusty and Kyra.

I hope next season will be like the first part of this season, and not be jumping the shark.


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