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Rizzoli & Isles Review: No One Has It All

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Clowns are creepy.

If Rizzoli & Isles Season 4 Episode 13 solidified any thought in my mind, it was that clowns are seriously creepy. The idea of clowns abducting children off the street is something sure to haunt my dreams for several nights to come. 

But it was a thrilling case and a great opening for the final four episodes of the season. 

I love it when a case has a past that taps into Korsak's history or the Rizzoli kids growing up in Boston. It makes it all seem more personal and the Summer of the Clowns sounded terrifying. I can just imagine Angela not letting the kids out alone that summer. 

Like Jane, I hated that the good samaritan died saving a child. Not exactly what Johnson had in mind when he came up with his plan to frame and kill Brent Miller.

The man certainly deserved to pay for what he'd done to those boys back in 1988 but Abraham Reynolds didn't deserve to end up as collateral damage and those boys and their parents will now have to live with the trauma of being being abducted. 

If the case wasn't intriguing enough, everyone's personal lives seem to take center stage, starting with Jane and Casey. 

They were the perfect picture of a couple in love and Jane has never looked happier. Unfortunately, nothing is ever easy as she explained in this Rizzoli & Isles quote

I'd like a head space analysis. It might help me figure out if I'm going to marry the love of my life or stay here and solve murders and become an old cat lady.

Jane

It's a horrible decision to make with no easy answer. Casey has to give up an opportunity to become a General in the military. That's quite an honor.

But for him to achieve his goal, Jane would have to abandon the career in law enforcement that she loves. Or the third choice…they both end up alone but with work that they love. Unfortunately, work can't keep you warm at night.

Then there's the collateral damage of a different kind. Maura was fighting tears when she realized that Jane might really leave Boston with Casey. Jane's her best friend and Maura doesn't have very many people to which she's close. Losing Jane would leave a hole in Maura's heart much the way losing Casey would leave one in Jane's. 

And I loved Maura's reaction to the engagement ring.

Why would I squeal over a colorless crystalline form of purr carbon?

Maura

Of course, Maura's matter of fact way of looking at things didn't sit well with everyone.

Barry wasn't thrilled when Maura encouraged his girlfriend to take a job in China. I understood why he'd be upset with Maura but it appeared as though he was just giving up. Why not pull out all the stops to convince his girlfriend to stay or make plans to visit her in China? Or perhaps their relationship just isn't meant to be. It's so new that it's pretty hard to tell. 

Even though we're only getting a few episode until the end of Rizzoli & Isles season 4, it's great to have it back once again. 

But what do you think, TV Fanatics? What choice should Jane make about Casey?

 

Review

Editor Rating: 4.6 / 5.0
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Rating: 4.4 / 5.0 (31 Votes)

C. Orlando is a TV Fanatic Staff Writer. Follow her on Twitter.

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Jane and Casey were really sweet, and their chemistry was off the charts!

Marissa

So glad the show is back I've been dying for a new episode. Jane's decision was an impossible one she go with the man she loves and leave the job, her family and friends that she loves or Casey could stay and give up his career of a great job and one he loves. I think they should both stick with there jobs because they do love each other but like they've said through out the episode one way or another one of them would be miserable and it doesn't have to be the end of there relationship they could keep up the long distance stuff or it's if they're meant to be then they will be. When I was little I was never really freaked out by clowns but now I've seen killer clowns and now clowns that kidnap children and I'm pretty freaked out about them. Seeing Frost happy with his new girlfriend and then seeing him upset over her leaving made me happy and sad for him but also sad because the actor is dead and these are some of the last few times we'll see him. I still wonder what's going to happen to his character. Can't wait for the next episode.

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It is sad that it seems everyone forgot that Lee thompson young died. I think his story was just begining both off and on the show. It was good to see him on the show again. And I am going to have nightmares about the clowns.

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Casey and Jane can both have a career and meet up every chance they get. Why deside now?

Dreamrose

The poll is missing a fourth option: Casey finds a way to get a Stateside assignment so neither of them has to go to Afghanistan.

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@ Dreamrose

He should try to get a state side assignment so that they can both be happy

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@ Gina

Agree with you both.

Rizzoli & Isles Season 4 Episode 13 Quotes

We were hoping to have an orgy and then we realized we were one person short.

Jane

Jane: You went without me.
Casey: You wouldn't get up.
Jane: Because it was nighttime.
Casey: I was up at 4:30am.
Jane: In Boston we call that night time.

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