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Because of my hospital stay in July, I got WAY backed up on TV. Iâ€™ve finally cleared 90% of it off, just in time for the new stuff to start. One of the things I was backed up on was Rizzoli & Isles, and Iâ€™m so glad I caught up in time for tonightâ€™s summer finale. Thereâ€™s been some fantastic stories this season. The most notable came the last couple of weeks, with the introduction of the fire at Janeâ€™s apartment, which then led to Janeâ€™s problem last week with her credit cards all being canceledâ€¦which in turn led them to realize someone has been stalking Jane and deliberately set fire to her apartment. Eek! There were a lot of great moments last week, though: the hippie guy at the beach who gave Jane the paper flower; Jane freaking out about the crowd and their cell phones when they arrested the bad guy; Korsak and Angelaâ€™s double date and subsequent explanation of how their s.o.â€™s know each other; the LA medical examiner, who was even stranger and nerdier than Maura can be.
After tonightâ€™s summer finale, weâ€™ll have the last six episodes of season 6 coming up sometime during the winter. Then next summer will be the final, shortened season for the show, which makes me sad. I am happy that the writers had a heads-up and can write a proper series finale. Thankfully, we have plenty of show to go before that day!
On tonightâ€™s episode, â€œ5:26,â€ when an old watch is found inside a balloon of cocaine in a dead woman’s stomach, figuring out its significance becomes the key to protecting Jane â€” and the people she loves.
See whoâ€™s after Jane and if they can catch him/her before itâ€™s too late tonight on TNT at 9/8c.
Iâ€™ll also be watching/DVRing Chopped, Playing House, & Hollywood Game Night.
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