It was a whole different type of food truck war on Rizzoli & Isles Season 4 Episode 15 , as the head chef ended up face down on the pavement with blood oozing from his nose. All of that over some secret sauce.
What was scarier was Maura coming dow more
All families have their share of nutballs. Some more than others and the Rizzoli family is no exception.
Rizzoli & Isles Season 4 Episode 14 combined a tragic murder with an awkward homecoming.
Natasha's murder was a sad, tragic case. She coul more
If Rizzoli & Isles Season 4 Episode 13 solidified any thought in my mind, it was that clowns are seriously creepy. The idea of clowns abducting children off the street is something sure to haunt my dreams for several nights to come.
But it was a more
The mid-season finale has come and gone, and I have to say as much of a proponent of this show as I have been, I have been left disappointed. Ups and downs, but it ended exactly as I said it would- with a proposal. I guess I didn't specify that I gues more
On the summer finale of “Rizzoli & Isles,” the gang finished strong with a clever spin on the old Hitchcock classic “Strangers on a Train.” In “Partners in Crime,” we got two murders for the price of one that were, at first, seemingly unrelated. But more
As this season of Rizzoli & Isles draws to a close, we wish it a fond farewell until this winter when it returns to our TV screens. This season has brought a lot of heart ache, a pile of snarky quo...
I've begun to feel that every crime procedural on TV must eventually do an homage to the Alfred Hitchcock thriller Strangers On a Train . For Rizzoli & Isles " Partners in Crime " was that episode.
As a Hitchcock fan, I'm not complaining but I just more
This season has been so scattered, I feel. The closing of arcs, the revamping of others, but nothing actually new . It has been feeling like the same joke told over and over; though I will say there have been a few good episodes here and there.