TNT Major Crimes airs tonight with an all-new Monday, December 6, 2017, episode and we have your Major Crimes recap below! On tonight’s Major Crimes season 6 episode 6 episode as per the TNT synopsis, “Conspiracy Theory: Part 1” as per the TNT synopsis, “The murder of a well-known attorney points to bevy of high-profile suspects, including her son, her ex-husband, a film director whose career she helped destroy and a former football player whose sports bars-restaurant chain features scantily clad women. Meanwhile, Rusty and Gus confront issues in their relationship.”
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The show opens with the team meeting at the scene of a murder. A woman has been found dead in her Mercedes with a gunshot wound to the head. After an examination of the victim, it is determined that she was shot by two different guns. The team heads to the victim, Bonnie’s office to notify her son of her death. He is an associate in her law firm. When they arrive several members of the press are there. It seems Bonnie had a press conference scheduled to address three women’s complaints of wrongful termination. Bonnie and her son were representing the women in their suit.
Julio tells Bonnie son she was killed last night and is shocked by his response. He shows no emotion and instead holds the news conference. He seems much more interested in his mother’s assets then caring that she is dead. Gus shows up at Rusty’s apartment and drops off Rusty’s things. They argue and he leaves. The team interviews the women who were using a local restaurant chain for discrimination. They all were forced to sign contracts that said they would be terminated from their jobs the day they turned 30. It also had specific requirements about their looks.
The team learns Bonnie had taken out restraining orders against several people who she had sued in the past. She was a volatile lawyer and had made many enemies. They begin by interviewing a director who was forced to pay $ 2 million dollars due to his sexual harassment of an actress. He is very angry and is his name is placed at the top of the list of suspects. The forensic expert discovers that Bonnie was shot by the same gun but two different types of bullets were used. There was most likely only one killer.