A television writer tags along with the Major Crimes team as research for his upcoming show. A man caught running from the police while covered in blood becomes the key link to a powerful drug cartel. Rusty seeks help writing an essay about the most influential person in his life.
Did You Know?
Captain Raynor correctly notes that, in Latin America, children normally retain the last names of both parents; however, the suspect's name is given as "Manuel Luis Vega Aguilar," and it is said that "Vega" would be his mother's last name and "Aguilar" his father's. In fact, the first last name is the father's first last name, and the second last name is the mother's first last name; so, "Manuel Luis Vega Aguilar" would have a father with last name Vega and a mother with last name Aguilar, not the other way around. See more
"As my mother had drifted further and further away under the influence of crack and finally disappeared, in a curious contradiction of our circumstances, her affect on the choices I make has only increased. I sometimes wonder why she cannot choose me over using drugs, but I will never wonder if I will do that to other people. And I won't run away from problems again, no matter how threatening they may seem. These are the lessons my mother taught me, even as she failed to learn them herself."
Captain Sharon Raydor