Rusty gets out of court, and Provenza reveals to him that Ryan Lewis is dead. Rusty has no idea that he is in danger. The police issue an Amber Alert for Tyler, and everyone receives it on their cellphones, including Ryan Lewis. While you wait for our recap, hit the comments and let us know if you are excited about this new series. It's really a win-win when you think about it. What a great moment for him. When the gun went off, I thought sure it was Sykes.
Do it off camera and have Stroh get life and we're over with the drama. If anything, it'll make him more jittery about appearing in court. Wish we could get some commentary. The squad begins looking for people born on September 15th, 1984 figuring that while Ryan likely changed his name, he probably didn't change his birthdate. Or was this proven and I missed it? Maybe it'll change now that the killer has been killed. I know why Rusty testified! She was also written to be taken down a peg, and that was accomplished, too.
And the squad takes bets when Rusty brings a girl from class to hang out with him at the police department. I do not understand how the letters matter since they have not proven 100% how Wade met or knew Stroh. While the squad tries to find who is responsible, Rusty dons a bulletproof vest under the watchful eye of Lt. Reyes has no idea what the messages were he was sending, or who he was sending them to. Did I read that one incorrectly, or was this the way everyone else say it as well? Overall the second season was good not great. He has never been to jail. I think Rusty grew a few years in this episode.
Beckwith about the couch covers and he tells them is in charge of buying them. They can tell by the footmarks that Jesus the messenger was killed by one man. Sharon Raydor has half of Los Angeles shut down with roadblocks, they are trying to locate Ryan Lewis. They explain that, because Rusty was threatened and a potential target, they had to get his testimony on the record and have him cross examined so that if anything happened to him, they would have it. A man named Bill joins him to play a game of Chess, it is the same man that stabbed the messenger. I'm looking forward to the actual trial, but I have to say.
The Major Crimes unit draws closer to finding a dangerous serial hugger. Meanwhile, Provenza faces possible permanent desk duty. The judge refuses to let her enter the letters into evidence. Rusty faces his biggest challenge yet when he bravely takes the stand against Phillip Stroh. Rusty thinks he is just like Ryan Lewis. After some convincing Reyes confesses that he was passing messages for Stroh.
The Poster Boy episode now that killer was scary. I need to see it in context for it to completely make sense, so I may have that slightly off. Meanwhile Raydor and his team are still trying to find Ryan Lewis. I was speaking with Guru last night and she and I disagreed on this point, but I still want to make the case. The squad rushes to reach a deal with the remorseless killer they believe is part of a larger criminal enterprise. Sharon and her team head to the shelter. Weller's job application and employment record list his birthday as September 15th, 1990 and Raydor realizes Weller is the letter writer.
After a very careful lead up to the letters, it fell flat. Meanwhile, Rusty opens up to Dr. I wish time would have allotted for them to be in the episode, but alas time costraints. While you wait for our recap, hit the comments and let us know if you are excited about this new series. . Sharon is reviewing videos of Rusty again, he is back at the park and playing Chess.
Turner International is a Time Warner company. Meanwhile, things get dangerous over a game of chess. Rothman gives Rios a copy of the deal she is trying to get them to accept. Provenza and his team arrive at the river to fish the body of the messenger out of the river. Listening to Rusty's testimony against Stroh, Assistant Chief Taylor comes up with the idea that the writer possibly changed the year he was born so that he appeared younger to make it easier for him to target boys and passes the idea on to Raydor. I actually liked Jeri Ryan in the deleted scene. Rothman wants to know why he was seeing a therapist, he confesses it was because off the letters he was receiving.