Rizzoli & Isles Season 4 Review “No One Mourns the Wicked”

First of all, I would be remiss if I didn’t start out my review with a nod to the untimely passing of supporting actor Lee Thompson Young, aka Detective Barry Frost. To many, he was chiefly known as the star of Disney’s “The Famous Jett Jackson” in the title role, but his resume also included any number of genre-oriented shows I watched as well, including the short-lived “The Event” and“FlashForward,” as well as movies like “Friday Night Lights” and “The Hills Have Eyes 2.”

He seemed like a genuinely nice guy, and sadly joins the list of yet another actor that died way too soon, in light of the recent passing of “Glee”-star Cory Monteith. That he died by his own hand is unfathomably sad, and I truly wish his family the best during this trying time. Although his character didn’t play a huge part in this particular episode of “Rizzoli & Isles,” my hope is that he will have a chance to shine in the remainder of episodes this season he was involved in. Whatever the case, this episode was dedicated to him, of course, which is as it should be. He will be missed.




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