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The Closer: Repeat Offender (2011)
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Directed by: Steve Robin
Script by: Steven Kane, James Duff (creator)
Status: Premiere July 18 2011 (TNT), season 7 episode 2
Genre: Crime Drama
Runtime: 60 min
Production Studio: Warner Bros. Television
Co-Stars: Kyra Sedgwick, Mary McDonnell, Jonathan Del Arco, Amy Sloan
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Role: Professor Alex Banks
The married journalism professor/assumed lover and prime suspect in the death of the young co-ed since he was the last person to see her alive.
Crime series about a detective who comes from the South to L.A. The team tackles a case involving a housesitter who was killed while the family who hired her was on vacation. She had also babysat for Alex Banks, one of her professors who was known to have had an affair with another of his students. A recovered laptop points the police in the right direction.
Trivia & Facts:
- The morgue depicted in the film was an exact replica of the LA county morgue
Film Location: Santa Clarita, California; Warner Brothers Burbank Studios (USA)
Quotes from the film:
Professor Alex Banks: The real irony here is, if I had actually been having an affair with Ashley, If I had walked her to the door and gone inside... she might still be alive.
Deputy Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson: Well, that's the best justification for adultery I've heard in a long time.
Strong episode tonight with a great performance from James D'Arcy -- The Envelope: Awards Insider: LA Times
It’s amazing that people in waiting rooms don’t realize they are being monitored. I have to give credit to D’Arcy though. He is very convincing as a murder suspect and cheating husband --- Monique Hale, YourEntertainementCorner.com
I was glad to see James D’Arcy from “Virtuality” and “Secret Diary of a Call Girl” get some work here as the professor who unknowingly admitted to lying to the police while being recorded in the police station – such a rookie mistake --- TV with Abe