[S5E16] Crime Doesn't Pay
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Hobbs: It doesn't matter that you were cleared, Amy. No matter what he instructs the jury, they won't forget.Amy: I know. I screwed up. I'm sorry.Hobbs: Oh well. We'll see what else Linda has up her sleeve.
One of the ways Major Crimes keeps things fresh is by playing around with the usual format. Every story is not a straightforward whodunit, and it doesn't always follow the same formula. This was one of those times.
Commander: Winnie Davis is looking at closely at you as she is me. I would hate for Major Crimes to get sidetracked by the classified nature of this crime.Sharon: Commander, you're as much in the running as me.Commander: I'm happy where I am.Sharon: So am I.
Later, Walt intercepts Lydia and Todd as they meet at the café, telling them he has a new meth formula that doesn't require methylamine. He offers to teach Todd this formula in exchange for $1 million. Lydia reluctantly agrees and tells Walt that he can meet with Jack's gang that evening. Walt leaves the café. As Lydia stirs Stevia into her tea, she insinuates that the best thing to do is to kill Walt, stating they would be doing him a favor considering his condition.
Samantha Grover: So, Dad, how was my driving Lou Grover: Little mama, your driving has been outstanding. Although not quite as good as my driving. Off the tee, that is. Michelle Wie: Hey, don't hurt your shoulder patting yourself on the back, okay (to Sam) Is he always like that Samantha Grover: Only when my mom is not around. Lou Grover: Let's leave your mother out of this. Samantha Grover: Okay, well, Daddy, I don't understand. How can you have 20 less strokes than Uncle Steve and still be tied Lou Grover: Because despite Uncle Steve having an LPGA Major-winning golf professional as a caddy, he still has a very large handicap in more ways than one. (quietly to Steve) It's easy putting. (Lou walks away to go to his ball closer to the hole) Danny Williams: (in the crowd up by the hole) Hey, buddy! Yo, if you ever play golf again, which you shouldn't, the idea is to get the ball close to this little, uh, pin thing. Steve McGarrett: That's my partner. (to Danny) Yeah, that's very funny; well done. What are you doing here You're supposed to be at home resting. Danny Williams: Yeah, the.. the doctor thought it would be a good idea for me to come out, get some fresh air, and watch you humiliate yourself on the golfing course here. Michelle Wie: If these are your friends, I would hate to meet your enemies. Steve McGarrett: Yeah, tell me about it. Michelle Wie: Okay, I know it doesn't look like it, but it's a very, very makeable putt. You got this. Steve McGarrett: I got this Michelle Wie: You got this. (Steve's cellphone rings) Steve McGarrett: Excuse me. (Steve looks at the caller id, makes an \"oh crap\" face and then answers it) Steve McGarrett: What Lou Grover: condescendingly) Listen, I didn't want to shout this out and embarrass you in front of all these folks, but, uh, would you mind if I just make this little short putt to win it before you miss yours Steve McGarrett: Knock yourself out. Lou Grover: All right. (Lou looks at the lie of the ball and the lay of the green to the hole) Lou Grover: Here we go. (Lou lines up his putt.... and falls short) Steve McGarrett: Excuse me again. (Steve pulls out his cellphone) Lou Grover: I thought you said it broke away from the water (Lou's cellphone rings and he answers it) Lou Grover: What do you want Steve McGarrett: cheerful) Oh, hey, buddy. (sarcastically) Listen, uh, from way back here it was hard for us to tell, but did that go in (Lou growls, hangs up and throws the phone away) Lou Grover: All right. (Lou taps in his putt and then makes his way back to Steve) Michelle Wie: This is it. Last hole, last putt. You make this, you win. Steve McGarrett: No pressure, right Michelle Wie: No, no pressure. You got this. Lou Grover: Any time you're ready, Tiger. Steve McGarrett: I got this. Michelle Wie: Okay, just visualize the ball falling into the cup. Lou Grover: Yes, just visualize the trophy falling into my hands. Michelle Wie: Don't listen to him, just.. just focus. You got this. Steve McGarrett: Just focus. Falling into the cup. (Steve gets that laser focus going and hits his putt) (view from the hole watching the golf ball make its way up to the cup) Chin Ho Kelly: Uh-huh. Lou Grover: No (ball in line and getting closer to the cup) Chin Ho Kelly: Uh-huh! Lou Grover: Oh, hell, no! The Crowd: Oh! (fade to black) (but we hear the putt sink)
This is also the only episode that doesn't show James Marsters (Spike) since becoming a regular cast member.The first scene is the same as the last in the previous episode. Buffy walks in the door, and calls for her mom. She goes into the living room, where Joyce's body is lying on the couch.
Jump Scare back to the present, Buffy tries to wake her mom up. When this fails, she calls 911. The dispatcher sends paramedics and instructs Buffy to perform CPR. This doesn't work either, and even worse, Buffy, with her super strength, accidentally manages to break one of her mother's ribs. The dispatcher tries to assure Buffy not to worry, but when she tearfully explains that Joyce feels \"cold,\" the demeanor of the dispatcher changes and she begins to refer to Joyce as \"the body,\" which upsets Buffy. The dispatcher finally tells her that the ambulance will be with her soon, leading her to hang up and call Giles, telling him only, \"She's at the house.\" The paramedics arrive, and start using equipment to try and revive Joyce. Joyce wakes up suddenly. In the ambulance, Buffy stands beside her mom as the paramedic pronounces it a miracle. In a hospital room, Joyce cradles Dawn as the doctor gives Joyce a clean bill of health...
The coroner arrives, zipping Joyce's body into a black body bag. At school, Dawn is crying her eyes out. A friend comforts her, saying that it isn't that bad. Dawn disagrees, saying that Kevin called her a freak in front of the whole class. They eventually decide to blame Kirstie for spreading rumors that Dawn has been cutting herself, and head off to art class, where the art teacher tells the class not to draw the object, but the negative space surrounding it. Dawn is working next to Kevin, who is actually quite friendly, dissing Kirstie and telling Dawn he has also felt the need to do something extreme before. Dawn starts to tell an embarrassing story about Kirstie, only to see Buffy arrive. Buffy takes Dawn outside the classroom. Dawn, confused by what is happening, wants to know where Joyce is, since she was supposed to pick her up after school. Buffy responds that she would rather explain this somewhere more private, but this only prompts Dawn to get upset and demand to know what is going on. The camera stays with the students, who watch through the window. We don't hear Buffy actually tell Dawn, but we see Dawn break down in tears, and we hear her sobs and screams. The camera shows Dawn's negative space sketch, which looks like a crime-scene body outline.
The autopsy is done. The Scooby Gang assembles in the lobby. Hugs all around. The doctor shows up. Buffy, Giles, and Dawn go to talk to him. He confirms that she died from an aneurysm, probably a complication of the surgery. He says that there was probably very little pain, and even if someone had been there (shot of Joyce collapsing on the couch, Buffy rushing to her side, her safe in the ambulance), there was nothing they could have done. Buffy asks if he's sure that there wasn't any pain. \"Absolutely.\" His lips move out of sync with the next words: \"I have to lie to make you feel better.\" Giles volunteers to take care of the paperwork. Dawn goes to pee. Xander, Anya, and Willow go to get food. Buffy and Tara sit together. Tara reveals that her mother died when she was 17. She doesn't go out and say it, but the message is there: Tara is proof that Buffy can get through this.
Anyway, apparently the night they boinked was also the night Joey got mugged, so karma. Or something. Obviously the two are connected because what Audrey does with her genitals has the power to move strangers into committing crimes across town. Pacey finds this nutso, but still seems interested in her, which lowers him in my esteem.
They step out into the night and onto the road. When they look back, the trailer is gone and they are outside a house that Dean doesn't at first recognize, but Sam obviously does and urges that they press forward. Despite his effort, Dean realizes they are in Sam's memory of the night he \"ditched [Dean and John] for Stanford\". He comes undone and tells Sam that night was one of the worst nights of his life. Sam tries to explain that the reason he held it as a good memory was because he finally got out from under their father's tyrannical heel.
Dean and Sam are transported to The Garden with the angel, whom they correctly deduce to be Joshua. The Garden strikes them as \"nice... ish\", as gardens go, but they are not too impressed. Joshua informs them that everyone sees what they want to; some see God's throne room or Eden, for example, but they happen to see it as Cleveland Botanical Gardens, where they once visited on a field trip. They tell Joshua they were told he talks to God and they need to speak with him urgently. Joshua tells them God is actually on Earth at the moment, but exactly where and doing what Joshua doesn't know. 59ce067264