Rizzoli & Isles > Rizzoli & Isles Summer Finale Review: Let The Jerk Go! > Comments Page 2
It's not so much the character of Dennis I am glad to see the back of, it's Eddie Cibrian, can't stand him in anything I have seen him in, he's a dreadful actor.
"The guy slept with her and then didn't call for three months."
Actually, Maura did not sleep with Dennis, she said so while talking to Jane. Dennis was a creep and I'm glad he won't be back.
Didn't suspect him until he walked into the morgue through the back door. Then I kept saying "it's him it's him."
Maura was tramatized that she didn't recognize Dennis as the serial killer? Jane needs to be the one curled up on the couch refusing to eat. I mean, when Jane Rizzoli went after the man that kidnapped a fellow cops daughter, that was great. But she was kidnapped and attacked by Hoyt twice. The bakers son kidnapped her and strapped her to a bed in a replica of her bedroom. A cop friend was dirty, held her, Maura and a wounded Frankie captive in the police station, then she shot through herself to wound him.
I really like this show but they seem to run down one story line lane and just stop. They don't finish. maura's family is the most recent example. Did her baby sister get that transplant? Did birth Mom come to her senses? Is her Mom recovered from her injuries from the hit and run? Is Paddy in jail or Witsec?
Jane has to get away from the family drama. She has two men and though we know who she winds up with in the end, it would be nice to see the drama unfold as she makes th
I liked this episode. The twists were decent and Riley twist was good.
I personally like Jane and Maura's interaction. I like the books but not their relationship in them they are just regular old coworkers in the books and the relationship is not all that great. The Relationship on the TV show is what makes this show different.
This episode sucked. The comic 'relief' destroyed any tension, and really didn't let the solving of the crime evolve.
From a pathological point of view, encasing decaying flesh in plaster won't halt decomp or hide it. Also the gasses and humours exuded by decaying flesh would expand and eventually crack or explode any thing it covered.
If a statue were to 'bleed' after 24 hours and then a rotting hand does nothing after 3 months?
I totally agree with everything suzanne observed.
I happen to really like this show and consider it one of my guilty pleasures, the goofiness they are falling into or the laughing group hugs that end each episode is a bit retrograde.
I knew there was something rotten about Dennis from his first appearance - in fact, I thought he was going to turn out to be the killer in his last appearance. So, I was right - but premature.
Is anyone else tired of Rizzoli and Isles acting like tweens every time they're together? Bonding and sisterly interaction is one thing, and joking around is fine, but this verges on insulting at times. The books do the characters better justice in this regard.
I liked this episode. I think it did show some scars that Maura has maybe from being dropped off with an adopted family that did not show much emotion to her as a child. She gets into bad relationships probably because of it. It showed scars for Jane also with the whole serial killer thing and Hoyt still haunts her to this day. Not to bad I am sure we will get a cliffhanger for the season finale and I bet we will be seeing Maura's family back too.
You kept on guessing until the last 15 min.? I felt it awkward as soon as he showed up. TV has become so predictable these days, odd people showing up in shows like these usually means that they are it.
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