Carrie and Al investigate the death of a boxer, when he is beaten to death. The clues suggest that the victim hadn't tried to defend himself or fight back against his attacker.

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Matt Earl Beesley

Writers:

Ed Redlich (developed by), John Bellucci (developed by) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Poppy Montgomery ... Carrie Wells
Dylan Walsh ... Al Burns
Dallas Roberts ... Eliot Delson
James Hiroyuki Liao ... Jay Lee
Tawny Cypress ... Cherie Rollins-Murray
Jane Curtin ... Joanne Webster
Bryan Terrell Clark ... Andre 'AK' Kade
Desmin Borges ... Troy
Jason Cerbone ... Bobby D'Amato
Michael Cullen ... Casey McGraw
Janelle Gaeta ... Dafina Dervishi
Taylor Black ... Anna McGraw (as Taylor Gildersleeve)
George Hampe ... Dustin
Christopher Alfieri Christopher Alfieri ... Johnny D'Amato (as Christopher Algieri)
Ethan Herschenfeld ... Agim Dervishi
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Carrie and Al investigate the death of a boxer, when he is beaten to death. The clues suggest that the victim hadn't tried to defend himself or fight back against his attacker.

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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TV-14 | See all certifications »
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At the crime scene, Carrie makes a passing mention of a date with Secret Service agent Simms from the previous episode, and Al comments "for someone who protects the president, he seems to be spending a lot of time in New York." As Simms was working a counterfeiting case, it's unlikely he's also on the presidential protection detail. See more »

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Eliot Delson: Speaking of which, just to prove that there's no hard feelings, AK doubled the money that he intended to use for the reward and he donated it to the local Boys and Girls Club in Johnny and Casey's names.
Carrie Wells: Aw, well, I am sure you will be at that photo op.
Eliot Delson: He also donated a case of his new vodka, Vodka Kade, to Major Crimes.
Carrie Wells: Now, that is thoughtful, because I could use a drink right now.
Eliot Delson: I mean, of course, you know, I couldn't accept it.
Carrie Wells: It's in your trunk, isn't it?
Al Burns: No, no. Not his style. It's at his ...
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Italian Dance
Written and Performed by Andy Georges
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

6 July 2014 (USA) See more »

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Dolby Digital

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16:9 HD
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