On Major Crimes Season 6 Episode 9, Sharon's health crisis worsens while the team closes in on the person who killed Bonnie Pearl and Bill Landon.

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Sharon wants to go home and return to work but her doctor tells her that that's not possible right now. He wants to try to correct her heart condition. She is lucky not to have died. Later, she tells Flynn she wishes she had died so that she wouldn't inconvenience anyone but he says he's glad she didn't. She goes to see her priest and get the last rites adminstered just in case.

Sharon works the case until the very end despite everyone continually telling her to go home. She has Ms. Landon sit with her in her office while Seth Landon is interviewed. Ms. Landon eventually confesses to the murder herself. However, while Sharon is yelling at her, she collapses again, and at the hospital the doctor says her heart went into arrest and she died.

Meanwhile, Rusty gets flowers from Gus and still doesn't want to talk to him, but when Sharon goes into the hospital for the final time he calls Gus. Gus is talking to someone who appears to be Philip Stroh when he gets the call. Gus waits with Rusty and the team at the hospital until they get the bad news.

To find out what happens, watch Major Crimes Season 6 Episode 9 online.

Episode Details

On Major Crimes Season 6 Episode 9, Sharon must make decisions about her ongoing health problems while arriving at the solution of a series of murders.

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Major Crimes Season 6 Episode 9 Quotes

Mason: I told Raydor that that press release was a mistake! We put a target on his back.
Page: Sir! Bonnie Pearl was killed in exactly the same way before we even knew about the rapes and very little information was given to the press.

Sharon: I feel fine. I just hate that I put all these people through so much trouble.
Torres: Trouble? You had atrial fibrillation and your heart almost seized. If it wasn't for the pacemaker, you would have died.