We all love to watch dramas like Modern Family dvd and the big bang theory dvd that has been be the nominees and here we talk more about the closer dvd. On Monday, The Closer's Brenda Leigh Johnson will hear her final confession. But TNT's Closer spin-off Major Crimes should be able to keep you from grief-eating a dozen Ding Dongs.
After closing the Stroh case, shedding a few tears, and eating one last sweet treat, Brenda will leave the squad room behind. But Major Crimes, which features almost all of The Closer's supporting cast and is shot and edited similarly, picks up almost exactly where its predecessor leaves off. The two major differences: Capt. Sharon Raydor (Mary McDonnell) is now leading the team and the Major Crimes unit now has a new guiding principle.
"Whereas Brenda wanted to go for the confession, Raydor wants the conviction," Duff says. "Brenda did not care about the financial costs of what she did, [but] there are serious budget issues inside the California Justice System right now. There's a limit to how much justice we can afford. There is an incredible pressure to get plea bargains now. ...The justice system was not designed to be a bargain, but we have to turn it into one."
While the LAPD brass' conscious decision to let crooks skate by on lesser charges might seem counterintuitive to most police work, Raydor, whose career began in Internal Affairs, takes a more pragmatic view. "Her theory is: Why go through the process of a trial when I can put them in jail and throw away the key right now?" Duff says. "She embraces that because she believes the justice system can be made to work. 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."