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    Re: Rizzoli and Isles on TNT

    Wow. I had no idea. How very sad. Only 29 years old.

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    Re: Rizzoli and Isles on TNT

    Quote Originally Posted by TripleGemini View Post
    What's really weird is that he died while they were taping the mid-season finale (which is why he was in the beginning of the show and not the end).

    I was so not expecting him to show up last night.
    Will you please describe that particular episode. I'm trying to remember it.

    Strange that he died during filming of an episode shown during last season but that he's still part of this "mini" season and will also be part of the season being filmed this summer. Talk about editing!!! I bet they edited in the gal from the coffee shop saying she was leaving the country, after he died, and that his disagreement with Maura, in that episode, was originally about something totally different. I think they rewrote that entire portion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tinderbox View Post
    Will you please describe that particular episode. I'm trying to remember it.
    According to Wikipedia, it was called "Partners in Crime", about two people who died (one in a garage, the other in her hot tub), each killed by the other person's spouse. This is also the one where Paddy's father got released and ended up at Jane's house, and where Casey came home after being promoted to full colonel.

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    Re: Rizzoli and Isles on TNT

    Quote Originally Posted by TripleGemini View Post
    According to Wikipedia, it was called "Partners in Crime", about two people who died (one in a garage, the other in her hot tub), each killed by the other person's spouse. This is also the one where Paddy's father got released and ended up at Jane's house, and where Casey came home after being promoted to full colonel.
    That was the one that was kind of an homage to Hitchcock's fabulous Strangers On a Train. I wasn't old enough to see that in the movie theater, but I've watched it many times on tv.
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    I just started watching and WOW! A smiling Frost, much different than his wooden demeanor of the last episode of last season. Also, this does feel like a continuation or new in that Casey has had the operation (he went for it at the end of last season) and is out running. This is sooooo weird.

    So, they filmed these concurrent with last season with the intention of presenting a mini season during the winter. That would make sense, but not when they said good-bye to Frost during the final episode of their regular season. I feel like I'm in a bizarre time continuum and not in a good way.
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    They are finally going to have Frost's funeral and tribute next Tuesday.
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    So no one has commented on the Frost tribute? I found it to be a pretty nice send off. I just don't understand why people commit suicide, especially someone that seems to have so much going for them.

    I wonder who will be Jane's new partner?

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    I saw the episode and quite liked it. They gave it sufficient prominence but also included some regular casework. Bruce McGill's performance, in particular, stood out for me as it usually done. I quite liked Jane's eulogy, too. I thought it was well done and not over the top.
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    I really liked it as well. I liked that they had the separate storyline going, so it wasn't a terribly sad episode the whole time. I liked the frost tribute, and loved the (candid?) photos of him with the other cast members.
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    It was such a touching episode. I think they did a good job of remembering both the character and the actor.
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