In the penultimate episode, Phillip Stroh and his young British accomplice edge closer and closer to their end game, while Lt. Provenza continues to push Asst. Chief Leo Mason into pouring more resources into the case. Rusty digs up an important clue
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, and Rusty grows frustrated with forced proximity to Gus.
A surprise death in the law enforcement community seems to be the work of escaped serial killer, Phillip Stroh. Ricky Raydor helps the division with a difficult search for a Mr. and Ms. Bechtal, and Emily Raydor offers Rusty some sound advice.
While working two seemingly connected murders, the division suddenly uncovers a series of sexual assaults against servers from Tackles. As a new theory about the killer gathers steam, however, an unexpected twist throws Major Crimes off course and Sharon Raydor off-balance.
The squad investigates the death of a second woman related to the Tackles case, and a new theory materializes. Meanwhile, Sharon faces a health setback; and Gus reacts unexpectedly to Rusty's partial solution to their relationship problems.
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.
Part 4 of 5. While dealing with a difficult personal matter, Sharon continues to investigate the disappearance of the St. Joseph's Three, their relationship with an overly protective priest and the possibility that two of the teens could be killers.
Part 2 of 5. While the search for the missing boys continues, the squad faces off with an untrustworthy priest, an angry ex-husband, and threats from the FBI. Rusty startles Flynn and Sharon with a surprising request.