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    OK, so I have to admit that I thought maybe the tall blond hooker was somehow involved ;-) But yeah, when he came back...especially when he just showed up at her house and then later came through the morgue back door...I was wishing my son had stayed up with me ;-)

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    Rizzoli & Isles

    The season finale was outstanding. Can't believe we must wait six months to see anything new.

    Anybody watch this show?

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    I watched it. It's one of the cable shows I always DVR and watch. I agree it was an excellent episode.
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    I watched it as well. I really like the show. They just don't have enough episodes per season.
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    My son and I watch every week. We love the show :-)

    Although they really need to have someone who lives in the Boston area tell them how to say certain things. For example, two weeks ago, Frost's mother's partner said that they drove up "the 95"...that's a West Coast expression. We don't use "the" before route numbers. And this week, they kept mispronouncing "Storrow" as "stow-row"...it's pronounced "stir-row".

    But other than that... ;-)

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    This is still one of my favorite summer shows.
    It was sad to see the dedication to Lee Thompson Young at the end of last night's episode. I really like his character, Frost, and enjoyed watching him change from "rookie" detective to a mature detective lead.
    During last night's episode, Frankie telling Frost how to manage his weak stomach at a crime scene...
    I'll miss this young talented actor. R.I.P.

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    We watched the finale last night. My son was upset that they didn't write Det. Frost out of the show...he just disappeared about 2/3 of the way through. But they made it seamless...it wasn't until the show ended that I realized that he just wasn't there after some point.

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    Will Jane get married next season? I hope she does. I like Casey and I think that character has something new to offer on that show as in how he was able both understand and help Maura's grandfather.
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    Wow. I didn't realize that was the finale and I thought solving the crime was complicated ... therefore not quite seamless.

    I agree. I would have like d to have seen them write Frost out in a positive way. Say he ran off with that cute officer or something,

    I am still just shocked!
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    Re: Rizzoli and Isles on TNT

    Quote Originally Posted by echo226 View Post
    Wow. I didn't realize that was the finale and I thought solving the crime was complicated ... therefore not quite seamless.

    I agree. I would have like d to have seen them write Frost out in a positive way. Say he ran off with that cute officer or something,

    I am still just shocked!
    Oh, I didn't mean that the episode itself was seamless, but how Frost disappeared was. And I don't think they could write him out in this episode because he died partway through filming...I'm sure they'll handle it in the first of the winter episodes.

    (And I don't know about anyone else, but I guessed what had happened when the husband of dead wife almost ran into the woman (wife, sister?) of the dead man at the elevator in the station, although for some reason I thought it was Agatha Christie who came up with that plot. Good thing they told us it was Hitchcock :-) so my son got the right information.)

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