Friday, June 10, 2011

"The Closer" Episode Synopses Summer 2011

Here is the listing and episode synopses for “The Closer” for the summer 2011 season, which premieres on Monday, July 11, 2011 on TNT.

“Unknown Trouble” – Premieres Monday, July 11, at 9 p.m. (ET/PT)
Brenda and the squad investigate the owner of a hip-hop record label when one of his rap artists and six innocent bystanders are gunned down. The case hits home for Gabriel who knows two of the victims from church. Meanwhile, Chief Delk (guest star Courtney B. Vance) is getting ready to announce the department’s new organizational chart just as Brenda becomes the target of a civil suit against the police department.

Directed by Nelson McCormick
Written by Michael Alaimo
Created by James Duff

“Repeat Offender”
As the LAPD undergoes a major realignment, Brenda and her team investigate the murder of a young girl who was house-sitting. Captain Raydor is forced to expand her audit of Major Crimes in light of the civil suit against Brenda and the LAPD.

Directed by Steve Robin
Written by Steven Kane
Created by James Duff

“To Serve with Love”
Flynn and Provenza decide to make easy money by serving court papers for a lawyer. But they once again find themselves in hot water when a man is killed minutes after being served by the pair. As is usual with Flynn and Provenza, things just go downhill from there. Adam Arkin guest stars.

Directed by Michael Pressman
Written by Adam Belanoff
Created by James Duff

“Under Control”
The team searches for a missing boy who attends the summer camp where Lt. Tao’s son works. Meanwhile, Captain Raydor makes a troubling suggestion to Brenda as she continues her audit of the Major Crimes unit.

Directed by Rick Wallace
Written by Duppy Demetrius
Created by James Duff

“Forgive Us Our Trespasses”
The squad investigates the death of a minister with a scandalous secret and the family who will do anything to protect his name and their church. Meanwhile, all but one member of the Major Crimes unit receives a subpoena in the civil suit against the LAPD, raising questions about whether the one who didn’t get served is going to throw the rest of the squad under the bus.

Directed by Roxann Dawson
Written by Leo Geter & Jim Leonard
Created by James Duff

“Home Improvement”
A home construction site becomes a crime scene when a body turns up underneath a retainer wall. Brenda considers taking on a high-priced lawyer, but unfortunately for Fritz, the retainer fee could require cutting back on several luxuries.

Directed by Sheelin Choksey
Written by James Duff & Mike Berchem
Created by James Duff

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