Rizzoli & Isles “He Ain’t Heavy, He’s My Brother” Review

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 decides to start robbing banks and gets his bad brother (who’s actually trying to be good) killed.

As if that weren’t enough brotherly drama, there’s also Jane’s brother, who is causing trouble of his own. Seems like the poor guy just can’t seem to catch a break because every time there’s a crime anywhere within the city limits of Boston, he somehow ends up on the suspect list. Okay so maybe I’m exaggerating but it does sometimes feel like no one ever trusts the guy. When his fingerprints are found on the getaway van from the bank robbery, Tommy is taken away by the FBI until the combined efforts of Maura and Jane get his name cleared. Read More...



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