History YMMV / TheCloser

20th Jan '16 5:00:55 AM bobg
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* CompleteMonster
** Judd Whaley from season 3's "The Round File" was a manager of the Summerview Senior Living Center. He had a Medicaid occupant die on him, and received a bonus for having a low occupancy rate as well as for having a paying resident replace him. [[{{greed}} Realizing the profit potential]], Whaley would poison Medicaid Residents with no friends and visitors, and [[FrameUp tries to frame a resident]] who gets suspicious. He expressed nothing but contempt for his victims with his "Who cares" speech, and even has the gall to try to bribe the police to drop the charges and let the witness investigating him stay at Summerview free of charge.
** Phillip Stroh is a truly AmoralAttorney who defends sex offenders, but who also happens to be a SerialRapist. In season 4's "Power of Attorney," he has his client Chris Dunlap find him victims to rape; one of them fights back and is killed. Upon returning in season 7's "Hostile Witness," he goes on to become even more brutal, [[SerialKiller strangling his victims]] with a chain, and trying to kill a man who witnessed the crimes. When arrested in the same seasonís "The Last Word," he offers his services to a fellow inmate in exchange for sending letters, ordering several murders and threatening the witness.

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* CompleteMonster
** Judd Whaley from season 3's "The Round File" was a manager of the Summerview Senior Living Center. He had a Medicaid occupant die on him, and received a bonus for having a low occupancy rate as well as for having a paying resident replace him. [[{{greed}} Realizing the profit potential]], Whaley would poison Medicaid Residents with no friends and visitors, and [[FrameUp tries to frame a resident]] who gets suspicious. He expressed nothing but contempt for his victims with his "Who cares" speech, and even has the gall to try to bribe the police to drop the charges and let the witness investigating him stay at Summerview free of charge.
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CompleteMonster: Phillip Stroh is a truly AmoralAttorney who defends sex offenders, but who also happens to be a SerialRapist. In season 4's "Power of Attorney," he has his client Chris Dunlap find him victims to rape; one of them fights back and is killed. Upon returning in season 7's "Hostile Witness," he goes on to become even more brutal, [[SerialKiller strangling his victims]] with a chain, and trying to kill a man who witnessed the crimes. When arrested in the same seasonís "The Last Word," he offers his services to a fellow inmate in exchange for sending letters, ordering several murders and threatening the witness.
31st Aug '15 9:05:32 PM AmbarSonofDeshar
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** [[PoliticallyIncorrectVillain Roger Stimple]] from season 3's "Ruby" is a [[WouldHurtAChild child molesting]] landscaper who lures prepubescent black girls into his van to [[SerialRapist rape]] and [[SerialKiller kill]], before burying them in the park he works at.
15th May '15 1:21:19 PM ACW
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** Phillip Stroh is a truly AmoralAttorney who defends sex offenders, but who also happens to be a SerialRapist. In Season 4's "Power of Attorney," he has his client Chris Dunlap find him victims to rape; one of them fights back and is killed. Upon returning in Season 7's "Hostile Witness," he goes on to become even more brutal, [[SerialKiller strangling his victims]] with a chain, and trying to kill a man who witnessed the crimes. When arrested in the same seasonís "The Last Word," he offers his services to a fellow inmate in exchange for sending letters, ordering several murders and threatening the witness.

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** Phillip Stroh is a truly AmoralAttorney who defends sex offenders, but who also happens to be a SerialRapist. In Season season 4's "Power of Attorney," he has his client Chris Dunlap find him victims to rape; one of them fights back and is killed. Upon returning in Season season 7's "Hostile Witness," he goes on to become even more brutal, [[SerialKiller strangling his victims]] with a chain, and trying to kill a man who witnessed the crimes. When arrested in the same seasonís "The Last Word," he offers his services to a fellow inmate in exchange for sending letters, ordering several murders and threatening the witness.
15th May '15 1:21:02 PM ACW
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** Phillip Stroh from Season 4's "Power of Attorney," as well as Season 7's "Hostile Witness" and "The Last Word'' is a truly AmoralAttorney who defends sex offenders, but who also happens to be a {{serial rapist}}. He has his client Chris Dunlap find him victims to rape, one of them fights back and is killed. When Dunlap is arrested he goes onto become even more brutal, [[SerialKiller strangling his victims]] with a chain, and trying to kill a man who witnessed the crimes. When arrested he offers his services to a fellow inmate in exchange for sendind letters, ordering several murders and threatening the witness.

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** Phillip **Phillip Stroh from Season 4's "Power of Attorney," as well as Season 7's "Hostile Witness" and "The Last Word'' is a truly AmoralAttorney who defends sex offenders, but who also happens to be a {{serial rapist}}. He SerialRapist. In Season 4's "Power of Attorney," he has his client Chris Dunlap find him victims to rape, rape; one of them fights back and is killed. When Dunlap is arrested Upon returning in Season 7's "Hostile Witness," he goes onto on to become even more brutal, [[SerialKiller strangling his victims]] with a chain, and trying to kill a man who witnessed the crimes. When arrested in the same seasonís "The Last Word," he offers his services to a fellow inmate in exchange for sendind sending letters, ordering several murders and threatening the witness.
22nd Oct '14 3:37:53 PM ACW
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** Phillip Stroh from Season 4's "Power of Attorney," as well as Season 7's "Hostile Witness" and "The Last Word'' is a truly Amoral Attorney who defends sex offenders, but who also happens to be a {{serial rapist}}. He has his client Chris Dunlap find him victims to rape, one of them fights back and is killed. When Dunlap is arrested he goes onto become even more brutal, [[SerialKiller strangling his victims]] with a chain, and trying to kill a man who witnessed the crimes. When arrested he offers his services to a fellow inmate in exchange for sendind letters, ordering several murders and threatening the witness.

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** Phillip Stroh from Season 4's "Power of Attorney," as well as Season 7's "Hostile Witness" and "The Last Word'' is a truly Amoral Attorney AmoralAttorney who defends sex offenders, but who also happens to be a {{serial rapist}}. He has his client Chris Dunlap find him victims to rape, one of them fights back and is killed. When Dunlap is arrested he goes onto become even more brutal, [[SerialKiller strangling his victims]] with a chain, and trying to kill a man who witnessed the crimes. When arrested he offers his services to a fellow inmate in exchange for sendind letters, ordering several murders and threatening the witness.
2nd Oct '14 2:36:22 AM ACW
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** Philip Stroh is a truly AmoralAttorney who defends sex offenders, but who also happens to be a serial rapist who used one of his clients as a stalking horse. He is notably one of the few criminals that Major Crimes hasn't nailed, managing to beat Brenda at her own game. For Brenda, he's ThatOneCase.
** Roger Stimple, a child molester who loves to rape and kill prepubescent black girls. You feel NO sympathy when Sgt. Gabriel beats the everlasting shit out of him, or when Commander Taylor throws him into Central Booking and lets slip he's a child molester (whereupon Stimple gets an impressive beatdown from the other inmates).
** The manager of the Summerview rest home, Mr. Wayley, had been killing old people without loved ones just so he can get a bonus. He not only expressed nothing but contempt for his victims (his "Who cares" speech), he even has the gall to try to bribe the police to drop the charges and let the witness investigating him stay at Summerview free of charge.

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** Philip Stroh is a truly AmoralAttorney who defends sex offenders, but who also happens to be a serial rapist who used one of his clients as a stalking horse. He is notably one of the few criminals that Major Crimes hasn't nailed, managing to beat Brenda at her own game. For Brenda, he's ThatOneCase.
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**[[PoliticallyIncorrectVillain Roger Stimple, Stimple]] from season 3's "Ruby" is a [[WouldHurtAChild child molester molesting]] landscaper who loves to rape and kill lures prepubescent black girls. You feel NO sympathy when Sgt. Gabriel beats the everlasting shit out of him, or when Commander Taylor throws him girls into Central Booking his van to [[SerialRapist rape]] and lets slip he's a child molester (whereupon Stimple gets an impressive beatdown from [[SerialKiller kill]], before burying them in the other inmates).park he works at.
** The **Judd Whaley from season 3's "The Round File" was a manager of the Summerview rest home, Mr. Wayley, Senior Living Center. He had been killing old people without loved ones just so he can get a bonus. Medicaid occupant die on him, and received a bonus for having a low occupancy rate as well as for having a paying resident replace him. [[{{greed}} Realizing the profit potential]], Whaley would poison Medicaid Residents with no friends and visitors, and [[FrameUp tries to frame a resident]] who gets suspicious. He not only expressed nothing but contempt for his victims (his with his "Who cares" speech), he speech, and even has the gall to try to bribe the police to drop the charges and let the witness investigating him stay at Summerview free of charge.charge.
**Phillip Stroh from Season 4's "Power of Attorney," as well as Season 7's "Hostile Witness" and "The Last Word'' is a truly Amoral Attorney who defends sex offenders, but who also happens to be a {{serial rapist}}. He has his client Chris Dunlap find him victims to rape, one of them fights back and is killed. When Dunlap is arrested he goes onto become even more brutal, [[SerialKiller strangling his victims]] with a chain, and trying to kill a man who witnessed the crimes. When arrested he offers his services to a fellow inmate in exchange for sendind letters, ordering several murders and threatening the witness.
1st Oct '14 8:34:49 AM ACW
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** Season 6 has [[spoiler:Joe Myers, an immigration agent who rapes and tortures immigrant nannies, then threatens them with deportation if they report him. And when one of them turns out to be a legal citizen, he just beats her to death.]]
20th Sep '14 12:20:45 PM NolanSBurke
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** Season 6 has [[spoiler:Myers, an immigration agent who rapes and tortures immigrant nannies, then threatens them with deportation if they report him. And when one of them turns out to be a legal citizen, he just beats her to death.]]

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** Season 6 has [[spoiler:Myers, [[spoiler:Joe Myers, an immigration agent who rapes and tortures immigrant nannies, then threatens them with deportation if they report him. And when one of them turns out to be a legal citizen, he just beats her to death.]]
20th Sep '14 12:19:52 PM NolanSBurke
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** The manager of the Summerview rest home, Mr. Wayley, had been killing old people without loved ones just so he can get a bonus. He not only expressed nothing but contempt for his victims (his "Who cares" speech), he even has the gall to try to bribe the police to drop the charges and let the witness investigating him stay at Summerview free of charge.

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** The manager of the Summerview rest home, Mr. Wayley, had been killing old people without loved ones just so he can get a bonus. He not only expressed nothing but contempt for his victims (his "Who cares" speech), he even has the gall to try to bribe the police to drop the charges and let the witness investigating him stay at Summerview free of charge. charge.
** Season 6 has [[spoiler:Myers, an immigration agent who rapes and tortures immigrant nannies, then threatens them with deportation if they report him. And when one of them turns out to be a legal citizen, he just beats her to death.]]
1st Jul '14 2:59:04 PM TVRulezAgain
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Brenda's adulterous affair with Pope. Even though she has since married Fritz, he's not above mentioning her affair with Pope when he feels that she is putting her ex-lover before their marriage or her own career.

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** Brenda's adulterous affair with Pope. Even though she has since married Fritz, he's not above mentioning her affair with Pope when he feels that she is putting her ex-lover before their marriage or her own career.
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