Major Crimes Season 2 Episode 6 “Boys Will Be Boys”

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Major Crimes Season 2 Episode 6 “Boys Will Be Boys” airs Monday, July 15 at 9 p.m. (ET/PT).

Episode Synopsis: Major Crimes Season 2 Episode 6 “Boys Will Be Boys”- When a child with gender dysphoria goes missing, the Major Crimes division scrambles to solve the emotional case before it’s too late. Torn between several suspects, the squad has to be careful as it tries to connect the evidence to a dangerous bully. Meanwhile, Jack Raydor (guest star Tom Berenger) attempts to make up for years of lousy parenting.

Show Summary: TNT’s all-new drama series Major Crimes is ready to take television’s favorite squad of detectives into bold new territory. Two-time Oscarr nominee Mary McDonnell stars in the series, continuing her Emmy -nominated role from The Closer. Joining her are fellow Closer veterans G.W. Bailey, Tony Denison, Michael Paul Chan, Raymond Cruz and Phillip P. Keene, along with guest stars Robert Gossett and Jon Tenney. The series also stars Graham Patrick Martin as a homeless juvenile whose character will be introduced in the final episode of The Closer, and Kearran Giovanni as Detective Amy Sykes, an ambitious undercover police detective and military veteran who served in Afghanistan.

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  • briana

    I have to admit, that I’m not a huge fan of the show, but it happened to be on while I was on the computer. I am a trans woman in my late 40s, and I have to say that the show, “Boys will be boys” was done in a very respectful way, it did a very good, and accurate portrayal of the obstacles and problems that we face on a daily basis. There were a few times I wanted to cry and I never would have believed your show would be capable of that….sorry. It is sad that so many of us face situations like this every day. To most people, saying going to the store could be a life ending event would sound crazy, but it’s a sad reality for many of us. Maybe I need to give your show a second chance.