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Submitted by alycakes 572d ago | review

TV Fanatic Major Crimes Review

TVF:

"I Witness" had all the makings of being a fun Major Crimes episode, a frolicking good time.

Lloyd Gibbs had Provenza and Flynn at their witty best and when he turned out to be a potential murderer, things got even wackier.

But all that was blown out of the water when we learned that they were protecting the guy as a favor for DDA Rios. And she was being bitchy and accusatory when things went wrong. My theory that she and Sanchez might have had something extra we didn't know about went away when she called him Lopez... repeatedly. She can't even take the time to learn the names of the people she wants to push around. (Major Crimes, TV) 3.8/5

alycakes  +   573d ago
I just love this show...I don't know what it is but they just have a little bit of everything in it. It's dramatic, funny and just a little dumb sometimes too. I like all the characters and I just hope it goes on forever.

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