There is something to us that is very fun about watching Flynn and Raydor’s romantic arc on “Major Crimes.” These are two characters who have been around the show (not to mention “The Closer”) a very long time, but haven’t really gone to this place just yet. This is a chance for them to try something different, and we personally find it exciting. This is definitely a prime example of two people whose relationship started as friends, and it has evolved into something that could be more.
As of right now, this is probably still much too early to tell one way or another what is going to be taking place. All we know is that Flynn asked her out, and the two are going to at least have an opportunity to enjoy some dinner together.
As for the case of the week, we were not necessarily that invested into that, mostly because we’ve seen so many stories as the one we had here. Yes, we understand that it is hard to be a snitch, and guarantees of protection and all that sometimes mean nothing. As far as procedural stories go, this one was a pretty clear miss to us, and one of the dullest of the season.
However, continuing to see Rusty move forward on the Alice case is interesting to watch, even if we are only seeing tiny fragments of it due to his need to work on it alone. He realizes now just what sort of trouble it could get Raydor in if he was to rope her in now. He doesn’t want to complicate things, and after tonight’s episode we find him even more fascinating. Grade: B-.
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