"Major Crimes" Acting Out (TV Episode 2014) - Plot Summary Poster

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  • A former teen actor is murdered while working on his big comeback movie, and things become awkward between Raydor and Flynn when Flynn's daughter comes for a visit.

  • A former child star's Hollywood comeback is killed when he's found dead on skid row. The director of the actor's current movie and his manager are prime suspects. Flynn's daughter comes to visit and asks Sharon how she handles going out with Flynn in the evening and being his boss during the day. Their response to her invite to the Nutcracker forces Sharon and Flynn to define their relationship.

  • A Hollywood comeback is interrupted when a former child star is found dead on skid row, leaving the director of the actor's current movie and his manager as prime suspects. Flynn's daughter comes to visit and the true nature of Sharon and Flynn's relationship comes to light.

  • The fatally beaten corpse of alcohol-recovered former Hollywood child star James Martin Elliott aka 'J-Me' is found in an alley. A viral Internet post shows him being beaten to death unprovoked by crazy homeless ex-con Diego Mora, as turns out sold by the production assistant instructed to find J-ME by the not-amused ex-con director of an independent movie which was to be his great come-back. The team also takes an interest in James's manager, who finds the incident a PR-goldmine, and stumbles upon a drug cartel secret. Meanwhile freshly-adopted Rusty steps up as more then the buffer requested by Sharon to clarify the allegedly intimate friendship between her and Flynn to his adult daughter Nicole, who invites them to a ballet and needs advice on relationships with a boss-close friend.


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