"Special Master Part Two"

On the conclussion of the season finale of Major Crimes Season 3 Episode 19, the team struggles to make sure Philip Stroh does not reach his ultimate deal.

"Special Master Part One"

On Major Crimes Season 3 Episode 18, Philip Stroh is trying to leverage a deal for information on "future murders" and the unit tries to figure out the source of his information in order to stop three murders.

"Internal Affairs"

On Major Crimes Season 3 Episode 17, Sanchez becomes the focus when his mother's caregiver is attacked. Meanwhile, Rusty is forced to take action when Jack visits Sharon's condo.

"Leap of Faith"

On Major Crimes Season 3 Episode 16, Flynn tries to talk a man off of a bridge but learns some horrifying information in the process while Rusty must write an impact statement that opens old wounds.

"Chain Reaction"

On Major Crimes Season 3 Episode 15, a Santa flash mob makes catching a Santa who robbed a band more complicated. Sharon prepares for Christmas with her children and Rusty.

"Trial by Fire"

On Major Crimes Season 3 Episode 14, when a gang member is acquited, his release from custody leads to criminal complication while Rusty's crush visits the station.

"Acting Out"

On Major Crimes Season 3 Episode 13, the team investigates when a former child star turns up dead and elsewhere, the truth about Sharon and Flynn's relationship comes out.

"Party Foul"

On Major Crimes Season 3 Episode 12, a teen party turns wild and two people are attacked with a pair of sciossors.

"Down the Drain"

On Major Crimes Season 3 Episode 11, a surrogate adoption leads to a death and Sharon works towards making Rusty an official member of her family.

"Zoo Story"

A turf war ensues between Major Crimes and the Special Operations Bureau in an investigation into young women disappearing from a nightclub.

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Major Crimes Quotes

Waddya know. A hanging Chad.


Provenza: Oh this is a crappy way to make a living. Working with the worst the world has to offer without being in charge.
Flynn: You weren't in charge for eight years.
Provenza: Yeah, but now I'm mad about it.