Maura: Well I still am not going to say it was a miracle.
Jane: That doesn't mean that it wasn't.

I want us to be like this forever. Nina Holliday, will you marry me?


You know in homicide, the stakes are high, but not like this.


Nina: I heard about Jane's FBI decision. How you doing?
Frankie: Okay.
Nina: Which means not okay at all.
Frankie: Denial is working for me right now.

I know empirically that there's nothing I can do, but I can't stop feeling responsible.


Jane: That's between them and whoever they're praying to.
Maura: I'm a doctor so I don't believe in such things.

I'm happy for you. And I don't want to make you cry, but I'll miss you.


Maura: The prognosis is out of my hands.
Patient: We agree. It's in much higher hands than yours.

I did not hurt my brother. We said good night and I went bowling. That was the last time I saw him.

Ms. Mason

Something tells me this case is gonna be a weird one.


Tommy. If I told you once, I told you 100 times. There can't be too many Rizzolis.


Jane: Sorry Mrs. Henderson. I'm sure someday we'll all look back on this and laugh.
(Family is laughing)
Jane: Some sooner than others.