We are nearing the end of this episode arc in the Major Crimes sixth and final season. Last night, the hour ended in a bit of a shock when Commander Sharon Raydor collapsed from what we are guessing is a panic attack. So from the synopsis TNT has released (which CarterMatt has for you below), answers about the incident should be coming soon.
“While dealing with a difficult personal matter, Commander Sharon Raydor continues to investigate the disappearance of the St. Joseph’s Three, their relationship with an overly protective priest and the possibility that two of the fifteen-year-old boys could be killers.”
This synopsis may be somewhat vague, but if there’s one thing we know about Sharon Raydor, it’s that she is determined. From the synopsis it appears as though a collapse won’t stop her from finishing the job. However, we can imagine she may not be as keen as she typically is. She hasn’t been 100% so far this season so we can only imagine that after her fall, she may be even more unlike herself. The most important thing is that she recovers, but, of course, the most important thing to her is solving the case. Overall, we can’t wait to see how James Duff is going to play this out and to see if our guess is right.
The mystery to be solved is that they two remaining boys were found in Mexico, how does this add in? Well, we know Father Jonas fled for Mexico and now the two boys were there, so we are assuming that Father Jonas is indeed involved. How though? He could have aided them or felt sympathy for them, but we don’t believe he killed Lucas or kidnapped the boys unwillingly. Mostly for the simple reason that it would be too obvious. Duff is known for leading us one way and then at the last minute turning to a direction, it’s part of the reason why Major Crimes is so amazing. We believe someone who has been mentioned or possibly seen is the biggest fish involved. As far as the possibility of the two boys being killers, well that would certainly be that last minute turn we just discussed.
Either way, James Duff and company aren’t done making us think and we are excited to see where this mystery will finish.
This story was written by Samantha D’Amico. If you want to follow her on Twitter, you can do so at SAM_iamXO. (Photo: TNT)