what happened to brenda's mom on the closer?

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Answered: Where will Brenda (Kyra Sedgwick) go on The Closer?

Brenda Leigh Johnson will remain the Closer.Thats the logical answer.

Answered: What really happened to me?

How would anything Tadpole-Vega says matter? What happened to our resident psychotic? I don't know that it matters. 37.221.172.12

Answered: What happens if a person doesn't pay a small claims settlement?

Also, the creditor can report an unpaid debt to the credit bureaus, which will hurt your credit rating.

Answered: 17 year old driving with a permit moms auto insurance doesnt cover me and

exactly, check the policy, and why would you use your moms permit

Answered: Mom's b-day

suggest that to Spaekys Mom Bones. You ant got a hair in your ass.

Answered: What happens to brenda leigh johnson now that the closer has ended?

The series hasn't ended yet. There are new episodes coming this summer.
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