She believes in the rules, and it's interesting to see that person at work with homicide detectives who are by nature tricky and untrustworthy. For Major Crimes and its fast-paced handling of high profile cases, Raydor has practically been assigned her own desk. Maybe now you can have some peace. Xena reacts, almost loses it. Some people spend hours strategizing their fantasy football team, others compile video and put it to music as a tribute to two breakthrough women characters. He slowly turns his head to see Gabrielle behind him.
Janos looks up at Xena, bravely accepting his death. Her offbeat attitude and hard-nosed approach can rub her colleagues the wrong way, as does the fact that she is a tough-minded Southern woman in a department dominated by men. She starts to give in and her back almost touches the knives. Gabrielle looks back at Potadeia, shakes her head no. She grabs the sword and holds it over him.
The trap starts moving, grabbing her arms and legs and pulling. One of you will enter that doorway, Xena, and inside my engine of justice, I will carve all your crimes, the names of your victims with knives across your body, front and back. You have to admire a woman who knows her job so well she can make people confess without realizing what they are doing. Xena is bleeding all over Gabrielle as they sit on the floor together. While Buzz usually makes some funny comment during interrogations, I was pleasantly surprised by his interactions with Flynn and Provenza.
Brenda and her squad at Major Crimes say a heartfelt goodbye, but not before she finds a new role and someone on the squad to take with her into her new life. If you think you can do that anymore. Real life, real world surveys show that there are certain traits employees look for in the person who leads them. They were all I had. It has a dagger in it. Elsewhere, Raydor and Pope inch closer to finding the leak in the department.
Xena cries a few silent tears. They are in an enclosed space surrounded by rock. There's a limit to how much justice we can afford. A small opening would allow one person to enter the trap. They are both still for an instant. Her track record is excellent and she and her team get the job done in an hour each episode. Season 7, Episode 20 August 6, 2012 Season 7, Episode 20 August 6, 2012 The investigative focus is on a young couple after a decorated veteran is found dead.
I think I am getting too old for this. The theme for Season Seven is love and loss. It was a way of sort of keeping her voice alive even though she was gone. These last three seasons are a slow walk through the elements of professional relationships that make a workplace memorable and successful. So no, even in Season 7 when Sedgwick and McDonnell share more screen time than in earlier seasons, they are not partners like Cagney and Lacey.
But his answers seem well rehearsed, and not only that, he knows how to work people. We were introduced to Deputy Chief Johnson and witnessed her team of seasoned detectives storm, norm and perform under her leadership. Ultimately, it is Captain Raydor who uncovers the leak. Sedgwick handles her role of playing all sides with aplomb. Indeed, the police detective genre featuring strong women on the force remains alive and well. The emerging generation of feminists get it. It may never been known whether this show, featuring strong women characters, proved aspirational for teenage girl or young women viewers, thereby resulting in their choosing careers in law enforcement.
Lila and Sarah are shocked, stunned, scared. A suspect makes it through a number of body searches yet is still able to get a gun inside the interview room. She is now all business. The last glimpse we see are those blue eyes. The knives start to move, swiveling as the surface starts to come closer to Xena, making an insect like sound.
The wall of knives moves suddenly, and all we see is a spinning, clashing metal web that seems to engulf Xena. Raydor goes into overdrive to help Brenda prepare. Brenda snoops, but her investigation is hampered by a meddling D. Xena jumps out, covered in blood and scratches, but very much alive, and really, really pissed off. On the flip side, new and potentially hopeful developments emerge in Brenda's civil suit. She gets up and puts a hand on the tree as well. This is a tricky one.