In a few short weeks, Rizzoli & Isles winter season managed to take my favorite characters and throw them into circumstances that had alarming consequences.
Remember when Jane was upset with Maura for withholding information from her about her brother? more
In this episode of Rizzoli and Isles , called “Burning Down the House ”, the girls are on the case of afirefighter who is killed on duty in a fire. When the evidence starts pointing away from an accident and firmly towards murder, Maura is suddenly a more
With all of the reality shows following kids in competitions and the crazy mothers who pressure or encourage them, it was hardly a shock to see a dance mom stumble on stage with a pair of scissors stuck in her chest on the latest Rizzoli & Isles .
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This episode of Rizzoli and Isles starts out like something straight out of Dance Moms (yes, I watch that show, please don’t judge me). In “Don’t Stop Dancing , Girl” a mom is murdered backstage at a children’s dance show and immediately the suspects b more
It's the dreaded high school reunion, where one's goal is to show up looking gorgeous, with a hot guy on your arm, a fabulous job, and pictures of beautiful children to coo over. Well, two out of three ain't bad.
" Seventeen Ain't So Sweet " threw Jan more
In this episode of Rizzoli & Isles , Jane goes back to her high school reunion, hence the title “Seventeen Ain’t So Sweet.” Apparently it wasn’t very sweet at all because Jane seems to hate most of her former classmates. But when one of the few she actu more
" He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother " portrayed Jane Rizzoli in many roles from mediator to mentor, frightened sister to wounded friend. She ran the gamut from supportive, to frightened, to outraged and in the end I loved her even more for it.
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Once again Rizzoli & Isles uses its title as an ongoing theme throughout an episode. Tonight’s “He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother” refers to a couple sets of problematic siblings. First there’s the guy who’sconsidered the good brother in his family, who more