On the latest episode of “Rizzoli & Isles,” we got a much-needed “fun” episode after a few heavily dramatic ones over the last few weeks. Of course, this being the show it is, there was still a murder, but that happ more
Anyone can have a bad day. At least that's what Angela wrote on the donation cans in the hopes of collecting for Jane's legal defense fund. How many quarters does it take to reach the $25,000 to pay the retainer for Maura's high priced attorne more
If you have watched Rizzoli & Isles from the beginning, the name “Paddy Doyle” is pretty close to a four-letter word. In this week’s episode, the penultimate trial is about to take place. As Detect... http://www.starpulse.com/news/Andrea_Towers/2013/0 more
It’s all been leading up to this! The trial.
The ratings have been growing this season but I honestly can’t figure out why. I struggled to watch this episode without blurting things loudly in the direction of the screen, arm waving like a lunatic.
On the latest “Rizzoli & Isles,” we got some major revelations about Isles’ parents, both of whom we already knew had gotten up to some shady things over the years, but until now in the aptly-titled “Dance with the Devil”, we didn’t necessarily know just more
There was a rumor that the stories in Rizzoli & Isles season 4 were going to dive into darker territory.
" Dance With the Devil " definitely took things to such a place.
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Maura Isles is a murderer!!!!!ri 404 2
The books portray Dr. Isles as a much darker character than she is on the television show. She's much more morbid than what we get to see, but the sum of both parts is that Dr. Maura Isles is a sweet, naive, awkwa more
Dr. Maura Isles learned what it was like to be on the wrong end of a murder investigation in " Killer In High Heels "
Talk about the fundraiser from Hell. Not only was the event painfully boring, all they were serving to eat were peanuts. more