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'Rizzoli & Isles' 4x16 'You’re Gonna Miss Me When I’m Gone': BPD versus Homeland

Jane: "Can you tell me are you planning to see my brother naked?"
Jane: "Can you tell me are you planning to see my brother naked?"
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Korsak: “I don’t have Google.”

Frankie: “The kids these day are calling it Wi-Fi.”

“You’re Gonna Miss Me When I’m Gone” is tonight’s season finale of “Rizzoli & Isles.” If you haven’t seen this episode, beware of spoilers. To review the last case file, click here. Season five of “Rizzoli & Isles” airs on June 17th on TNT.

This is an interesting case, mainly because the victim is not only the daughter of a senator, but she is also working in intelligence. Politics plays a big role in the episode, and occasionally it can get a little hard to follow. There are good moments about this case. It is great to see our favorite BPD team work under difficult circumstances. Plus, Jane going up against the Homeland security agent is fantastic. What did you think of the case?

It looks like Maura and Frankie are going to be a thing. There are definitely those cutesy awkward moments between the two of them. This would not be an issue if Frankie and Maura had had similar moments like this in previous season, but they haven’t. There has been too much of an integration of Maura as family. The writers don’t really address this issue. Instead, Tommy brings up that Maura is too classy and sophisticated for Frankie, and Jane warns that Frankie falls hard. It is hard to get behind a couple who all of a sudden develop chemistry. Maybe if the writers don’t get them together for a season or two, but work on building up these flirtatious scenes, then maybe it would be easier to fall in love with them. What are your thoughts on Frankie and Maura? Do you ship them?

Jane finally decides to agree to marry Casey. It is interesting to see who all knows about this. Angela does not know, which will be interesting when she finds out. She will have things to say on the fact that Casey proposed, and on Jane turning him down. On top of all of that, Jane things she might be pregnant, which is an interesting twist. What is great is that Jane doesn’t run to join Casey. Not only would there no longer be a show, but it wouldn’t feel like Jane. As she says, she isn’t going to leave everything to follow him around. This is a great character moment. What is still iffy is the pregnancy situation. It is hard to decide on how to feel about this. What are your Jane thoughts?

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