Major Crimes

Season 3 Episode 3

Frozen Assets

8
Aired Monday 9:00 PM Jun 23, 2014 on TNT
7.7
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A wannabe detective helps the division probe the slaying of a dog that was left a $20 million estate by his deceased owner. As the squad digs deeper into the case, suspicions rise about the death of the dog's wealthy master.

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  • Hilarious Episode

    10
    Man, I loved this show. Very clever twists and turns and a great guest appearance by actor Andy Daly. Provenza and Flynn were their usual goofy excellent selves and even Mary McDonnell had a really nice departure from her usual serious Sharon Raydor persona. Great stuff!
  • A Total Disaster

    1.0
    I've been a faithful fan through both shows from day one. I know there are subtle, but funny spots that make the character of this drama. BUT.... this show was so silly and stupid, I fast forward it through to find any life saving material, to which I sadly am disappointed. This cannot continue in this direction.
  • Classic

    8.0
    This episode would have been a great drinking game! How many times do they refer to an old movie? Even Brewster's Millions was in there, and I am sure I missed a couple. This show usually deals with such serious topics, it was refreshing to watch an entire show that was light and fun. Between Eternal Meadows offering eternal life to rich people to dog murder to neighbors just wanting to get rid of the enjoyed every minute of this show! The icing on the cake was the fake detective impersonating poor Rusty and getting his job. I sincerely hope they bring him back again, not too soon, but he is a great character.moreless
Mary McDonnell

Mary McDonnell

Capt. Sharon Raydor

G.W. Bailey

G.W. Bailey

Detective Lt. Louie Provenza

Tony Denison

Tony Denison

Detective Lt. Andy Flynn

Michael Paul Chan

Michael Paul Chan

Detective Lt. Michael Tao

Raymond Cruz

Raymond Cruz

Det. Julio Sanchez

Phillip P. Keene

Phillip P. Keene

Buzz Watson

Harry Groener

Harry Groener

Mr. Kleiner

Guest Star

Carole Cook

Carole Cook

Marcella Elle Brewster

Guest Star

Aaron Hendry

Aaron Hendry

Carter Bradford

Guest Star

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (0)

  • QUOTES (2)

    • (upon seeing Marcella Brewster's once cryogenically frozen head in autopsy room)
      Chief Taylor: Why did you unplug Marcella Brewster's head? Now were being sued by this Eternal Meadows place.
      Capt. Raydor: Marcella Brewster is legally deceased and I have every right to examine her head.
      Chief Taylor: But Eternal Meadows says now that Mrs. Brewster's been thawed out, she can never be refrozen.
      Lt.Provenza: It;s the same with chicken or fish.

    • Lt. Provenza: (about a woman whose head was cryogenically frozen) I don't know if she was murdered, but she was definitely robbed.
      Capt. Raydor: And that's just what she paid for this wig.

  • NOTES (2)

    • International Air Dates:
      Canada: Wednesday, June 25, 2014 on Super Channel 1 / Super Channel 1 HD
      Finland: Friday, December 19, 2014 on MTV3 MAX

    • This episode contains a major goof. Lieutenant Tao says, "How are we going to prove arsenic poisoning with this?" upon learning that Marcella Brewster was cremated and holding up a photo of her urn. In the season 3 episode of The Closer, The Round File, it is explained that arsenic is a heavy metal and therefore ashes can be tested for arsenic. (Since the victim was taking medication with arsenic in it, it's possible that they do need a tissue sample to get an accurate test and that the ashes wouldn't have sufficed, but at the point in the episode when Tao makes the above statement, it hasn't yet been discovered that she was taking medication that contained arsenic, so Tao and the rest of the squad should have pursued the testing of the ashes.)

  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • Chief Taylor says, "I have no intention of allowing our memorial fund to lose Brewster's millions." Brewster's Millions was a 1985 movie starring Richard Pryor and John Candy.

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