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Major Crimes - Episode 6.10 - 6.11 - By Any Means: Part 1 and Part 2 - Sneak Peek, Press Release + Interview *Updated*

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Post-Mortem Interview
What was the last scene from “Major Crimes” that you actually shot?
The last scene that I shot was Sharon Raydor’s last moments.

When she’s interrogating the woman and then she collapses?
Yes, that was the last thing.

Do you want to talk about that?
It was very difficult physically to go through that, and also it was very upsetting to the people in the room. It was very upsetting to the cameramen who I’d been with for on and off eight years now — and to the crew, the sound person, the boom guy, everybody who is in that room when you go through these moments. Not only was it the end of Sharon Raydor, who they contributed to, who they made happen, who they stood by during the transition [from “The Closer”] and really supported. But it was also my goodbye, and we were all very attached. So it was a difficult scene, and I wanted to get it over with quickly. It took a little bit longer, because it was tricky to figure out the CPR of it all. I just found it very unpleasant, and also necessary, and then it was done. It was kind of shocking, actually.

Was it a surreal experience to leave the set that day and then just not be there anymore? Was that an adjustment?
It was a big adjustment. It does become a family, and you do become siblings. I will always love this group of hundreds of people who work on this show. There was me processing the end — “They’re going on, but I’m not.” And then there was also me processing [the character’s end]. It was letting Sharon slowly relax in me, and letting other parts of me that weren’t useful in Sharon return. I was feeling that while experiencing being left out, and also experiencing a great feeling of fulfillment, because she was completed in what I thought was a really wonderful way.

I had a lot of prep for this. Quite often on television, the actor who is leaving a show or dying in a show doesn’t find out until pretty late in the game, and that was not the case with me. James and Mike [executive producer Michael M. Robin] sat me down early on in the season, and we talked the whole thing through.

Press Release
Episode 6.10 - By Any Means: Part 1

Tuesday, Dec. 26 - 9:00p.m. ET/PT

A surprise death in the law enforcement community seems to be the work of escaped serial killer, Phillip Stroh (Billy Burke). Ricky Raydor (Ryan Kennedy) helps the division with a difficult search for a Mr. (George Wyner) and Ms. Bechtal, and Emily Raydor (Zarah Mahler) offers Rusty (Graham Patrick Martin) some sound advice.

Directed by David Harp
Written by Nick Zayas
Created by James Duff

Episode 6.11 - By Any Means: Part 2

Tuesday, Dec. 26 - 10:00p.m. ET/PT

Unable to locate Stroh in the present, the squad looks for answers in his distant past, hunting for the former Ms. Bechtal. Meanwhile, the squad struggles with Chief Mason (Leonard Roberts), and Rusty (Graham Patrick Martin) grows frustrated with forced proximity to Gus (Rene Rosado).

Directed by Rick Wallace
Written by Kendall Sherwood
Created by James Duff


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