List of Rizzoli & Isles episodes
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Rizzoli & Isles is an American crime drama series based on the novels by Tess Gerritsen, starring Angie Harmon and Sasha Alexander as the respective title characters. It premiered on TNT on July 12, 2010, and set a record as cable TV's most watched commercial-supported series launch. The premiere was later recognized as the all-time most successful cable series launch, with DVR viewers the week of the premiere increasing viewership to just over 9 million.
During the course of the series, 105 episodes of Rizzoli & Isles aired over seven seasons.
|First aired||Last aired|
|1||10||July 12, 2010||September 13, 2010|
|2||15||July 11, 2011||December 26, 2011|
|3||15||June 5, 2012||December 25, 2012|
|4||16||June 25, 2013||March 18, 2014|
|5||18||June 17, 2014||March 17, 2015|
|6||18||June 16, 2015||March 15, 2016|
|7||13||June 6, 2016||September 5, 2016|
Season 1 (2010)
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Prod.|
|1||1||"See One. Do One. Teach One"||Michael M. Robin||Janet Tamaro||July 12, 2010||296014||7.55|
|Detective Jane Rizzoli and Chief Medical Examiner Maura Isles investigate the murder of a husband and wife in their prestigious home. When the signature points to the methods of Charles Hoyt, a killer who traumatized Rizzoli (who was caught and imprisoned), and she discovers he's escaped from prison, she decides to stay at Isles' house until the killer is found.|
|2||2||"Boston Strangler Redux"||Michael M. Robin||Janet Tamaro||July 19, 2010||2M5451||7.27|
|In the middle of a baseball game between Boston Police Department and the Drug Unit, a body is dropped onto the field from a nearby bridge. When another strangling victim is found, Korsak notices the two victims have the same names as the first two victims of the Boston Strangler. Korsak is passed over for promotion despite scoring 100% on the sergeant's exam. The unit finds out their new lieutenant is Joey (Donnie Wahlberg), an old rival of Jane's.|
|3||3||"Sympathy for the Devil"||Roxann Dawson||Joel Fields||July 26, 2010||2M5452||6.55|
|The death of a teenage boy who had been part of an exorcism leads Rizzoli to suspect his pastor and a skater gang. Meanwhile, Rizzoli's mother sets her up on a date with Lt. Grant.|
|4||4||"She Works Hard for the Money"||Arvin Brown||Dave Caplan||August 2, 2010||2M5453||6.61|
|Jane and Maura investigate the murder of a BCU college student, Danielle Davis, who was shot on campus. Danielle was attending college on a soccer scholarship and was well-liked by everyone. However, they later find that Danielle had a broken ankle, resulting in the college pulling her scholarship, yet she somehow still managed to pay her college tuition. Evidence soon appears that suggests Danielle was working as a hooker and Jane believes finding her pimp will solve the case. Meanwhile, Jane helps her mother with her rundown car.|
|5||5||"Money for Nothing"||Nelson McCormick||Dave Caplan & Joel Fields||August 9, 2010||2M5456||7.42|
|A floater pulled from the Boston Harbor turns out to be the eldest brother of a Boston Brahmin family. Maura's connection with the family creates tension between her and Jane. Meanwhile, Angela has begun selling a Polynesian health drink.|
|6||6||"I Kissed a Girl"||Michael Zinberg||Alison Cross||August 16, 2010||2M5455||6.49|
|When Jane and Maura are called in on the case of a dead woman in an alley, Jane and Frost talk about investigating the husband, but Maura finds that she was married to a woman. Jane finds it suspicious that she was raped and murdered after she was already dead. Jane and Frost go to talk to the owner of Merch, the stamp that they find on the victims hand. The owner of the club insist that it was most likely someone who was organizing a hate crime against gays, even though Massachusetts recognizes gay marriage.|
|7||7||"Born to Run"||Matt Penn||David Gould||August 23, 2010||2M5454||6.73|
|Two young men are shot dead while running the Massachusetts Marathon, putting Detective Rizzoli & Doctor Isles under pressure to solve the case while struggling to keep around a half-million people from going into a mass panic.|
|8||8||"I'm Your Boogie Man"||Mark Haber||Janet Tamaro||August 30, 2010||2M5457||6.42|
|Jane's life is in danger again by Charles Hoyt and this time he has a different apprentice in the face of a victim of Hoyt.|
|9||9||"The Beast in Me"||Adam Arkin||Karina Csolty||September 6, 2010||2M5458||7.24|
|The death of a young man leads to Dr. Isles finding out more about her biological father, who is not what she expected him to be.|
|10||10||"When the Gun Goes Bang, Bang, Bang"||Michael M. Robin||Janet Tamaro||September 13, 2010||2M5459||6.56|
|The entire homicide division is present at a warehouse, when an undercover homicide cop was shot and killed. Upon arrival back at headquarters, Rizzoli interviews a witness to the murder, but things go awry when the drug dealers responsible storm headquarters at gunpoint and shoot the on-duty cop working the desk. Whilst everyone at the crime scene remains none the wiser, a desperate Rizzoli and Isles try to save Frankie's life, when it hangs in the balance on Maura's table after he is also shot by the assassins. The day takes an even darker turn when Rizzoli is held at gunpoint by the man responsible, the last person anyone ever suspected. In order to catch him, she makes the ultimate sacrifice.|
Season 2 (2011)
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Prod.|
|11||1||"We Don't Need Another Hero"||Michael Zinberg||Janet Tamaro||July 11, 2011||2M5601||6.38|
|Three months after the shooting at the precinct, Jane is ready to get back to work, but has to wait for a doctor to sign off that she is ready for duty. At a award ceremony for officers that showed extraordinary efforts in the line of duty Jane begins bonding with a fellow recipient, Abby, but after the award ceremony is over, Abby's car explodes. Angela and Frank are getting divorced and someone from Jane's past returns.|
|12||2||"Living Proof"||Bethany Rooney||Dee Johnson||July 18, 2011||2M5602||6.39|
|A dead surrogate at a day spa leads to a search for the baby's biological parents.|
|13||3||"Sailor Man"||Michael Zinberg||Joel Fields||July 25, 2011||2M5603||6.04|
|A body is found during Fleet Week; Frost has a tense visit with his father. Angela's car needs repairing.|
|14||4||"Brown Eyed Girl"||Mark Haber||Julie Hébert||August 1, 2011||2M5607||6.45|
|The daughter of Jane's former partner is kidnapped in front of the daughter's brother. They race against the clock to find the missing girl after another girl who resembles her is found dead.|
|15||5||"Don't Hate the Player"||Holly Dale||David Gould & Janet Tamaro||August 8, 2011||2M5604||6.46|
|Rizzoli and Isles investigate the death of a baseball coach amid a power struggle over the team; Jane's brother gets out of prison.|
|16||6||"Rebel Without a Pause"||Nelson McCormick||Elizabeth Benjamin & Janet Tamaro||August 15, 2011||2M5605||6.74|
|Maura's knowledge of American history becomes useful when a Revolutionary War re-enactment leads to a real mortality; Maura's mother visits.|
|17||7||"Bloodlines"||Michael Zinberg||Elizabeth Benjamin & Dee Johnson||August 22, 2011||2M5606||6.27|
|Jane and Maura investigate the death of a woman who was burned at the stake. At the victim's house Jane, Korsak, and Frost find an altar, and a skull, meaning that Helen was a witch. They also find she owned three acres of land, and has genealogies since 1692. Korsak and Frost investigate the man who was getting the spell cast on him. When an old girlfriend of Frankie's shows up, Jane is suspicious of her motives.|
|18||8||"My Own Worst Enemy"||Terrence O'Hara||Joel Fields & Emilia Serrano||August 29, 2011||2M5608||6.71|
|When Maura is a no-show at a double shooting, where a father is killed but his som survives, Jane is worried. Later, at the autopsy on a street junkie, Jane is irritated when Maura is secretive over some texts she is receiving. Korsak and Frost find that the victim who survived has an uncle, who was let out of prison six weeks ago.|
|19||9||"Gone Daddy Gone"||Fred Toye||David Gould & Dee Johnson||September 5, 2011||2M5609||6.69|
|The unit is called in on the case of a car with no victim, with blood spattered all over the inside. When the body eventually washes up, Maura is dismayed to see she was killed with an ice pick, the signature of her biological father, Paddy Doyle and recuses herself from the autopsy. Korsak tells Jane that she needs to go to sensitivity training, but she wants to avoid it at all cost.|
|20||10||"Remember Me"||Randy Zisk||David J. North & Janet Tamaro||September 12, 2011||2M5610||5.63|
|When a prisoner inmate is murdered, Jane and Maura discover that Hoyt is in the prisoner infirmary, receiving treatment for cancer, and he has offered to give Jane information on murders that he has done years ago. But, when he presents them as a riddle, Maura believes that the cancer has spread to his brain and he doesn't know what he's saying. Maura is having trouble deciding on a birthday present while she and Angela try to plan a surprise party.|
|21||11||"Can I Get a Witness?"||Andy Wolk||Janet Tamaro & Elizabeth Benjamin||November 28, 2011||2M5611||4.78|
|Jane and Korsak are preparing a witness, who witness the murder of a community activist, when he is murdered the night before his trial. Bill O'Reilly (as himself) starts covering Jane's case, and Angela is overtaken with joy because she enjoys watching him. When Jane and Valerie Delgado (Roselyn Sánchez) find out that their C.I. has been murdered, Valerie tells Jane that she needs to get a I.A.B report on the officer who was in charge of guarding him, Jane disagrees with her and refuses to file one. O'Reilly comes to town for a book signing, and Angela is excited when Maura agrees to take her and badge her to the front. When Little T, who was convicted of killing nearly 15 people, is trying to get the charges dropped, the only way to not drop them is for Korsak to present his C.I., but he disagrees and doesn't want to show his witness. Jane and Frost find out that Dante had a girlfriend, Relita, and a daughter named Destiny, which is also the name of the tattoo that he has on his shoulder. When Maura and Angela meet O'Reilly, Angela gives him Jane's number to get her on The Factor. Korsak gives up his badge when the lieutenant gives him an ultimatum, his informant or badge. Relita turns out to be Korsak's C.I, and she agrees to show up to court to save the case. When they find out where Dante is murdered and find tire tracks, it turns out that Valerie murdered Dante so that she wouldn't lose her case and her perfect reputation as an ADA.|
|22||12||"He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother"||Steve Robin||David Gould & Dee Johnson||December 5, 2011||2M5612||3.86|
|Maura throws a goodbye party for Tommy, since he has gotten a new apartment and is moving out of her house. Later on when he comes back to show his appreciation for her letting him stay in his home, they almost share a kiss but Maura says no because it might affect their relationship with Jane. The next day a bank is robbed and a man is gunned down as the killer is about to leave. When at the scene Det. Frost and a FBI agent seem to know each other from a past time. When the van is found that was used in the robbery, the dead body of one of the robbers is in it. Korsak finds out that Frost and the FBI Agent used to be engaged, him and Jane want to find out what happened. When the FBI runs the prints from the van, the print matches Tommy. Tommy is then arrested and when Jane finds out she gets angry at Maura for not telling her. Tommy tells Jane that the only reason he had the van was to move to his new place, since he and the dead bank robber were friends. Jane, Korsak and Frost work to see that Tommy's alibi is legit. As another bank robbery is underway, and a hostage is bleeding out, Jane goes in to talk the gunmen down. With the gunmens' identities now revealed, Tommy is released from prison and the charges are dropped.|
|23||13||"Seventeen Ain't So Sweet"||Rod Holcomb||Shelley Meals & Darin Goldberg||December 12, 2011||2M5613||4.91|
|Jane prepares for her high school reunion with Maura's help while waiting for Casey to fly back to Boston to be her date. However, he texts her, asking for a video chat. He informs her that his squad was activated, and he won't be there for the reunion. Maura, sensing Jane's disappointment, tells her that Jane is still going to the reunion with her. Jane tries to dissuade her, telling her there are a number of people she went to school with that she doesn't want see. Maura prevails, eager to get a taste of the public school, co-ed experience, and Jane reluctantly agrees. Once at the reunion, they meet a number of Jane's old classmates, including several of the "mean girls" that Jane dealt with in school as well as Steve Sanner and his wife, Emily, who used to be Jane's best friend. Steve gives Jane his number, telling her that he needs to talk to her, before leaving to talk to other classmates. After listening to another classmate, Rory, and his wife, Kate, one of the "mean girls", brag about their company, life, and family, Jane and Maura leave. Later that night, Steve is out on the football field when someone shoots and kills him. Jane and Maura arrive at the scene and Jane is shocked that it's Steve since she had just talked to him a few hours ago. The following morning, Korsak's ex-wife, Melody, who left him five years ago, shows up at the cafe. As the detectives work the case, they come upon evidence that points to Steve having an affair with Debbie, another old classmate. When Jane and Frost approach her to ask her about the affair, they become aware of a photographer taking pictures and stop him, only to discover that he's a private investigator hired by Debbie's husband because he also thought she was having an affair. The photographer shows them photographs that seem to prove that Debbie was having an affair with Steve and another unknown man. Meanwhile, Melody works to persuade Korsak to help her fund a yoga studio she wants to open. Hours after Frost and Jane talk to Debbie, she is found dead from an apparent suicide. However, her body was staged to look like a suicide and she was actually murdered. They also find that the unknown man she was meeting was an investigative reporter. Debbie had told him she had a friend who wanted to blow the whistle on something big. Shortly thereafter, Jane gets a call that yet another old classmate, Maria, is dead from a heart attack. Maura's autopsy reveals that Maria died because the valve in her heart, one that Rory and Steve's company makes, failed. Steve had discovered that the valves the company was making were faulty and wanted to reveal the information, but, because of a big business deal about to go through, Rory had threatened him to keep quiet. Not trusting that Steve would keep quiet, Rory's wife, Kate, had taken matters into her own hands and murdered both him and Debbie.|
|24||14||"Don't Stop Dancing, Girl"||Mark Haber||Story by : David Gould & Janet Tamaro |
Teleplay by : Janet Tamaro
|December 19, 2011||2M5614||5.32|
|Jane and Maura are on the case, when a Dance Mom, Denise Ryan, is killed when she is stabbed in the chest with scissors. Korsak's ex-wife calls and tells him that his step-son has been arrested for the shooting of a cop. Korsak is distraught when he can't see Josh because he isn't legally his father anymore. Maura finds that their victim has had extensive surgery on her face. Jane revealed that she used to take dance classes as a child. Josh is angry at Korsak for not being their for 5 years. He tries to convince Korsak that he is fine and doesn't need him, but Vince doesn't believe him. Maura finds that Denise has fractures in both of her wrist, most likely from being a battered wife. Jane and Frost are confused when there is no record of her, her daughter, or her daughters biological father existing up to ten years ago. It seems that they are in the Witness Protection Program. Josh's friend, Gavina tells a story about how Josh shoots the cop, and how he hates cops because Korsak's a cop. Korsak explains to Josh that he will go to prison for the rest of his life if he doesn't say anything. It turns out that Denise used to be a wife of a druglord and was running from him ever since she testified against him. When Korsak and Maura investigate it turns out Josh told the truth when he said he tried to perform CPR on the officer when he was shot. It turns out that Dakota's biological father killed Denise and tried to kidnap Dakota to take her back to Mexico.|
|25||15||"Burning Down the House"||Michael Zinberg||Janet Tamaro||December 26, 2011||2M5615||5.79|
|Jane and Maura are on the case of a fire fighter killed in a fire. When the death looks suspicious, Maura declares it a murder. When Maura orders the fire reports for the unit, she becomes the next target of the killer. The killer attempts to kill Maura by running her over, but instead Maura's mother pushes her out of the way. With Constance in critical condition, Paddy Doyle comes back to town to protect Maura. Maura tells Jane, who tells Agent Dean, but as her boyfriend, not as an FBI Agent. Jane and Korsak suspect that it's a firefighter who has set the fires, so they inspect all the firefighters. Planning a sting to catch the killer, Jane sends Maura undercover in the building of the fire. When the killer is just about to take a gun and shoot Maura, Paddy shoots him. Jane not seeing this coming runs in, but Agent Dean comes out and shoots at Doyle. Paddy shoots Dean and Jane shoots Paddy. He falls off a platform and hits the ground. The episode ends with Jane and Maura's friendship in pieces and Paddy on the ground dying.|
Season 3 (2012)
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Prod.|
|26||1||"What Doesn't Kill You"||Michael Katleman||Janet Tamaro||June 5, 2012||2M5901||5.62|
|Maura's father is in critical condition, and Maura and Jane's relationship is in trouble. IAB is also starting an investigation about what happened. They investigate Jane until a cop is murdered and they have a new case. Maura is forced with the decision of signing a DNR for her father. While all this is happening to her biological father, her adoptive mother is still in the hospital from being hit by the car. In the end, it turns out that the dirty cop was an IAB agent. Jane finds out that a drawing that a 'student' of Constance's was actually a drawing of Maura's biological mother, and that she is supposedly dead. Maura also finds out that her father said she died on the day she was born, August 7, 1976, and has a gravesite and marker with the name of Baby Maura Doyle on it.|
|27||2||"Dirty Little Secret"||Aaron Lipstadt||Steve Lichtman & Kiersten Van Home||June 12, 2012||2M5902||5.13|
|Jane's dad returns with the surprise that he's getting married. But to get married he must get Angela to sign an annulment, which she won't sign. Jane and Maura work the case of a yoga student who was killed. The yoga student was also a geology major who discovered illegal activity by the person that owns the yoga company. Jane and Maura are trapped, and Maura's life is in danger after the owner crashes into them. Jane has to cut open Maura's leg in order for her to be able to walk. Korsak, suspecting something is up, comes in to rescue them. Jane and Maura apologize for the way they have behaved towards each other.|
|28||3||"This is How a Heart Breaks"||Steve Robin||David Gould & Sal Calleros||June 19, 2012||2M5903||5.36|
|Jane investigates the death of an ex-serviceman living on the streets demonstrating classic PTSD symptoms. Maura and Jane save the life of a man brought into the morgue by performing a tracheotomy. Maura dates a man who turns out to be a bit of an artist and they are caught tagging graffiti by Jane's brother. When the friend of the victim, another ex-serviceman, and a documentary film maker are found dead and killed by the same weapon as the first victim Jane must find out why. A clue in an electronic keyboard leads them to the killer who turns out to be a "wannabe" street artist but has no talent so killed the first man, who has been producing street art to explain what he experienced when on tour in Iraq/Afghanistan, so that he can sell the work and make a name for himself. Heartache for Jane in this episode as she sees an old flame who refuses to see her again for reasons unknown to Jane.|
|29||4||"Welcome to the Dollhouse"||Mark Haber||Russell J. Grant & Janet Tamaro||June 26, 2012||2M5904||5.43|
|Jane and Maura are on the case of a killer that dresses his victims as 1980s dolls. Meanwhile, Korsak finds a dog that turns out to be a dog for soldiers with PTSD, the dog works at the same place that Casey works at. When Maura brings the dog back she realizes what is wrong with Casey, and why he doesn't want to see Jane. Maura tells him that he must tell Jane about his injury. Angela starts a blog about the crime going around, with the website set up by Frost. The killer ends up being the son of a cop, whose wife had gone missing years ago. He had gone mental from watching his father kill his mother, and was trying to get someone to tell the police about what had happened. Maura tells Angela about Casey, and makes her swear not to tell. Soon after Jane gets a message from Casey wanting to meet. It turns out that Angela had written Casey, as if from Jane, saying that she accepted him and it didn't change anything. Jane explained that she would've said the exact same thing. Casey agrees to meet with Jane on a date soon.|
|30||5||"Throwing Down the Gauntlet"||Jamie Babbit||Antoinette Stella & Janet Tamaro||July 3, 2012||2M5905||5.32|
|Rizzoli and Isles are on the case of a law student who was killed and dumped into a trash bin. When Jane finds out that Maura knows who her mother is and where she is, she urges Maura to contact her. Maura's biological mother, Dr. Hope Martin (Sharon Lawrence), turns out to be a very successful doctor who helps women and children in need. She invented a technique to help rehydrate the fingers of victims so that they may be fingerprinted for identification. When Maura is in need of that technique, Jane calls upon Dr. Martin for help. Maura decides that she doesn't want to tell Dr. Martin that she is her daughter, since Hope was told Maura died at birth. Angela gets into politics when she starts supporting a new candidate for mayor, Tom MacGregor, Jr., who helps school lunches. Jane finds a link between her victim and MacGregor. It turns out that the new candidate's assistant murdered the victim when she was getting close to discovering that he killed her best friend 10 years ago, because the girl liked Tom better.|
|31||6||"Money Maker"||Greg Beeman||Story by : David Sonnenborn & Janet Tamaro |
Teleplay by : Janet Tamaro
|July 10, 2012||2M5906||5.51|
|Maura sets up a dinner date with Hope and her daughter. As soon as Maura does this she regrets this decision insisting that her home is a mess, and doesn't know what to cook for her. Just as she asks Jane what to do, they are called on the case of a right ear, that is stuck to the house of a woman named Georgette, who is working on selling the house. Just as the garbage truck comes, Jane stops them, to find out that their victim, Neal Murray, is in the trashcan. Maura finds that Neal had erectile dysfunction, and had to inject medicine into the left side of his shaft, she finds that the murderer is right handed because the last injection mark is on the low right side. Later that night at dinner just as Hope and her daughter, Cailin, arrive Maura finds that the drawing of Hope is still on her wall. During dinner Jane, Maura, Angela, Hope and Cailin discuss about how moving has been hard on her and how she has to move schools. When dinner is over, Cailin leaves early wanting to be alone, moments later Hope follows her insisting that she is fragile and needs her mother. The next day, Hope reveals that Cailin is ill with a bacterial infection, and she is need of a kidney transplant. Later Maura decides that she's going to donate a kidney to Cailin anonymously, since she believes they're a match. Frost and Jane find out that Neal was running an underground sex party, and that the night Neal was murdered there was a party at that house, and that Georgette is the realtor on all the houses. It is found out that Georgette is a former prostitute. Later, Jane and Maura go into one of the sex parties that Georgette throws, Jane works by taking hairs from the call girls, and Maura examines them to see if they're the one who killed Neal. When Jane goes back to get more hairs, she hears a scream, and finds that Georgette has been murdered and pushed into the pool. At the end it is found out that the wife of the coach murdered Neal and Georgette. At the end of the episode, Cailin tells Maura that she knows who she is, and she doesn't want her kidney. Hope, who has been frantically looking for Cailin, walks in and Maura tells her that she is Paddy Doyle's daughter. Disbelieving her, Hope tells her she doesn't want anything to do with her, walking out and leaving Maura in tears.|
|32||7||"Crazy for You"||Fred Toye||Antoinette Stella & Lindsay Sturman||July 17, 2012||2M5907||5.84|
|Maura is hosting an event for other scientists, and Dr. Pike is there; before the two can start fighting, Jane and she are on the case of the murdered Dr. Eve and her husband, Dr. Rod. When Frankie and Angela are in front of the police station, Angela's car is hit, but who ends up being Lydia (Alexandra Holden). Lydia reveals that her fiance has dumped her, and she is now living out of her car. Frankie tells Jane about it, and they agree not to tell Angela who she really is. When Jane tells Maura about Frankie meeting Lydia, Maura tells her about Tommy sleeping with Lydia long before their dad had become engaged to her. Frost and Korsak find out that the reason they couldn't get a warrant for the doctors' medical records was because the judge they went to was leading a double life. Later on at a party at the Dirty Robber, Dr. Pike declares his love for Dr. Isles, then he tries to fight another doctor there. At Maura's house, Angela brings Lydia there where Maura finds out that she needs an ambulance because she is about to slip into a diabetic coma. Another doctor helps them get a partial print off the bullet casing. When Jane tries to go on a lead, the owner of a bakery kidnaps her. Everyone gets worried when no one could find her. While piecing together the two finger prints that they have they find that Dominic (David DeLuise), the bread maker, was the one who kidnapped Jane. While Maura looks into his file, it is revealed that Dominic believes that Jane is in love with him. Korsak, Frost, and Frankie go to Jane's apartment, because the live video feed shows that it looks like her bedroom, but Dominic has recreated her bedroom. Maura and Frost piece together what they know to find where Jane is. Just as Dominic says he's going to make it so she can't see or speak anymore Frost, Korsak and Frankie bust in and free Jane.|
|33||8||"Cuts Like a Knife"||Randy Zisk||David Gould & Sal Calleros||July 24, 2012||2M5908||5.59|
|Jane and Maura start putting together Jane's bed when they're called onto the case of a dead bride. Frankie seems to have a new interest in Jane's new neighbor, Riley. Frankie, Frost, and Korsak respond to a call of a person with a part of the cake that was missing from the crime scene. Frost and Korsak get Frankie to calm her down so they can get the knife away. When Jane and Maura walk into the Dirty Robber, they see Frankie and Riley on a date. Moments after Frankie leaves, Frost comes in and Riley begins a date with him. Later on, Leah has 'gone missing', which Jane and Korsak think that she may have been abducted. When Jane goes to ask Riley to help with her mattress she over hears her ordering liquid ecstasy on the phone. The next day Jane finds info on Riley, and Frankie goes in for his interview to become an inspector. While Maura is investigating the body she finds a branded 'k' on the victim's neck. Jane, Frost, and Korsak got to an old car company, where they found an advertisement in Leah's 'Wedding Album', only to find the building filled with women being sold. Frankie believes that he blew the interview, just when Jane goes to ask Cavanaugh if Frankie blew it, the drug team brings in Riley and the rest of her drug team. Cavanaugh tells Frankie that if he can't even read the woman he's dating, he's not fit to be a detective. Cavanaugh also criticizes Frost. Jane, Korsak, and Frost rush in to save Leah just before the killer was able to slit her throat.|
|34||9||"Home Town Glory"||Milan Cheylov||Janet Tamaro||July 31, 2012||2M5909||4.44|
|Maura and Angela want to throw Lydia a baby shower, with Angela still not knowing who she really is, and Jane doesn't seem to think it's a good idea. Jane and Maura are then called on the case of a shooting, who turns out to be Shane, an old friend of Jane and Frankie's. Jane and Frankie are both distraught over the murder. Jane and Korsak break the news to Shane's brothers. The brothers talk about how abusive their father was, and how they haven't seen him in years, immediately putting him at the top of the suspects list. When the brothers explain that Shane had been in drugs, Maura test his hair to see if there were any drugs in his system, oddly enough Shane hadn't had drugs in his system for 6 months. Jane and Maura meet Lydia at the bar to explain to her that she can't tell Angela about who the baby's father is. Lydia confesses that she has no clue who the father is, and she has to confess to Angela about what happened. After their meet Lydia tries to go to lamaze, but Maura tells her that she can't go alone, and Jane and her go with her. In a case of twist and turns, it turns out that the brothers were the ones who killed Shane because he wanted to leave the band, so that his death could sky rocket the sales of their music. Lydia accidentally tells Angela about the father, or not knowing of the father, and Angela finds that Jane, Maura and Frankie knew. Angela tells them that they knew they were trying to protect her and she loves them for that. Lydia moves out of Maura's house, and back in with her mother.|
|35||10||"Melt My Heart to Stone"||Michael Katleman||Story by : Russell J. Grant & Janet Tamaro |
Teleplay by : Janet Tamaro
|August 14, 2012||2M5910||6.04|
|Frankie and the team await the promotion announcement, only to learn that new detective Riley Cooper (Daniella Alonso), has instead been promoted. Dennis (Eddie Cibrian) returns, attempting to talk to Maura, who doesn't want to talk to him, since he hasn't spoken to her in three months. Jane and Maura are then called to the case of a dead woman inside of a statue. Frost discovers that there was a string of killings just like this one, making this a serial killing. Maura takes a reluctant Jane to Dennis' book signing, but they are called to another body in a statue. Jane wonders if the killer might be an apprentice to Hoyt, and asks Frost to check it out. Dennis visits Maura, professing his love for her. Jane finds a letter on her desk from the killer, telling her about the next killing. She is then called up to the coffee shop, where Lydia is having her baby. Frankie calls Tommy (Colin Egglesfield), who says he doesn't know anything about a baby. Later, Maura is shocked when Dennis shows up at the morgue to ask her to have a birthday dinner with him. She accepts. While investigating the case, the team discovers that a victim previously had a son taken away. Jane learns that the same drug used to earlier sedate Dennis was used in the victims. She deduces that Dennis is the killer, and races to save Maura. The team arrives, and Dennis puts a knife to Maura's throat, saying that she was going to be the next statue. He then tries to fall into a broken elevator shaft with Maura, but, releases his grasp, allowing Jane to save her by pulling her away in time. At Maura's home, Jane answers the door to find that Lydia has left her baby on the doorstep.|
|36||11||"Class Action Satisfaction"||Norman Buckley||Antoinette Stella & Lindsay Sturman||November 27, 2012||2M5911||3.44|
|While Angela is serving a customer he begins coughing up blood and dies in the coffee shop. The morning after Lydia dropped the baby off Jane, Maura, and Tommy are taking shifts on watching him; Maura takes a sample from Tommy and the baby for a paternity test. Lydia returns with her mother and takes the baby back; When they get the tox-screen back they find that the victim was poisoned with rat poisoning. When Korsak and Frost go to investigate how the victim had Korsak's name in his wallet, they find that Korsak's first ex-wife is one who gave it to him. After a new body comes in, Maura discovers troubling news and announces a code red; Maura, Jane, and a new intern are to remove their clothes, and shower to make sure they aren't in any danger and are all placed in quarantine. When Korsak talks to his ex-wife, she confesses that the victim had come to AA and said he was ready for justice to be served, for something he did to a little boy. Frost finds that years ago the victim was involved in a hit-and-run that paralyzed a little boy; When Tommy calls a family meeting, Tommy says that Lydia doesn't want to share the baby, and Angela says she wants to fight for the baby. Tommy finds that he is the father; Jane and Frost try to find the woman that poisoned their victim. At the woman's house Frost, Korsak and Jane find that the woman committed suicide by parking her car in the garage and leaving it on. Jane, Korsak, and Frost then find that the lawyer they met is one that set everything up. Angela then sets up a dinner between Lydia, her mother, and the Rizzoli's in hopes of starting new with the families.|
|37||12||"Love the Way You Lie"||Mark Harber||Steve Lichtman & David Gould||December 4, 2012||2M5912||4.75|
|Jane, Korsak and Frost are thrown when the Captain tells them they are participating in a 'Week of Health' and aren't allowed coffee anymore; Jane is mortified when she finds that she, Maura, and Angela are going to be the advocates. Frost is concerned with an old case of his comes up, and the team is called onto the case of a writer who committed suicide, until Maura finds that the hanging isn't what it seems. Frost begins questioning his judgement on the case, that has just been brought to light; While Maura begins taking the 'Week of Health' in a very serious manner, Frankie and Jane begin worrying about Angela when they find that she's been acting different; The team finds that the victim, who once attempted suicide before, got a girl to commit suicide, and the brother was looking for revenge. While at Maura's house, Jane finds that Angela has begun dating Cavanaugh, Angela comes running in explaining he fell. The next day Cavanaugh breaks up with Angela, explaining that he has to work, and shouldn't have started it. Jane and Maura anxiously await the autopsy reports of the doctor who helped the writer after his attempted suicide, while they continue to look for the manuscript. Angela goes to Korsak after the break up, only to find that Cavanaugh lost his family in a fire years ago, and he hasn't had a serious relationship since. Maura finds a connection between Frost's and Jane's cases. While examining the typewriter, Maura finds that Frost's victims' boyfriend is the one who killed Jane's victim, after he found that he knew he killed Frost's victim.|
|38||13||"Virtual Love"||Steve Robin||Story by : Sam Lembeck & Sal Calleros |
Teleplay by : Sal Calleros & Janet Tamaro
|December 11, 2012||2M5913||3.79|
|After a alcohol brewer is stabbed with a weapon that's out of the normal, Jane and Maura are sent on the case to find the killer. Jane begins worrying about her mother when she finds that Angela is trying to make Cavanaugh jealous by flirting with other men in front of him. Rondo asks Jane, Maura, Korsak and Frost to mentor some teens that are in a shelter to see if they can show them they can have a better life; only for one of the teens to pull the fire alarm and steal Angela's wallet. Things in the case get weird, when they find that their victim was addicted an to an online game involving vikings, and whoever was their lover in the game, was the person who killed him, but when they find his lover they find that she isn't what her user thought she was. After trying to find the killer, and having another victim on their plate they try to find the killer; only for them to find that the killer had a meal only common in Scandinavia, which is where the first victims assistant was. When they go to arrest the assistant they find that she's so engulfed in the game that she can't see what she's done. Angela finds that the teen who stole her wallet did so in order that she could buy her school books; Jane convinces her mother not to make Cavanaugh jealous because it would be 'beneath her'.|
|39||14||"Over/Under"||Paul Holohan||Story by : Russell J. Grant & Janet Tamaro |
Teleplay by : Janet Tamaro
|December 18, 2012||2M5914||3.42|
|Just when Jane, Korsak, and Frost go to practice for the baseball finals, Frost's mom, roommate, and roommate's son come to visit Frost. Then Maura and Jane are called into the case of a man who was stabbed in the throat in the middle of a car wash. They find that the murder victim was a former football star who lost his career when a player slipped and fell and now owns a bakery with all of his ex-girlfriends. Frost's mother confesses that she's getting remarried and doesn't know how to tell Frost. Maura and Jane argue over the medical staff playing with the homicide squad during the baseball finals. During the victory dinner for the medical squad, Frost confesses that he always knew that his mother and her roommate were partners and knew she would tell him if she wanted to. Jane and Korsak find that the football game that ruined the victim's career was rigged, that the same thing happened the day he died, and that's the reason he was killed. They find that the friend he went to was actually the man that was rigging the games, so that he could win money due to the Over/Under rule. Casey comes back and tells Jane that he's going to get surgery on his spine and doesn't want her to worry, but Maura shows Jane all of the statistics behind Casey's surgery so Jane will know that he might not make it.|
|40||15||"No More Drama in My Life"||Michael Katleman||Janet Tamaro||December 25, 2012||2M5915||4.42|
|Jane and Maura are on the case of an actor who was shot and killed from a prop gun and work to find out who would load the gun with real bullets. Hope returns and tries to salvage her relationship with Maura after finding out she was her daughter, and to see if she's still willing to donate her kidney to Cailin, only to find out that Maura doesn't want anything to do with her. The case leads to a building that the actor had been researching; Frost, Tommy, and T.J. head over to the building but when Frost starts taking pictures the building collapses on top of everyone. Jane goes to Casey to try to talk him out of the surgery, only to get a call from Frankie about the building collapse; When Jane arrives she finds that no one will go in as they are preparing for it to collapse more. After Korsak finds that the reason behind the building collapse is a combination of recycled cement and a tunnel under the building that was never filled, in an effort for the builders to save money, in Maura and Jane head in the tunnel in an effort to find Frost, Tommy, and T.J. After getting T.J., Jane and Maura are forced to leave when it starts crumbling; Frost makes his way out the building, and soon so does Tommy complaining of head pain and is rushed to the hospital. Maura agrees to give her kidney to Cailin but only if she doesn't know, and makes up with Hope.|
Season 4 (2013–14)
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Prod.|
|41||1||"We Are Family"||Michael Katleman||Janet Tamaro||June 25, 2013||2M6251||6.64|
|A state senator is killed, while riding in a parade, by a sniper's bullet. The only clue is that during the hour and a half of time unaccounted for just before the parade, she had breakfast somewhere that blueberry waffles are served. Isles is upset that she donated her kidney to Cailin, three months ago, and has yet to be thanked for it. She and Rizzoli get caught spying on Cailin, who gives Isles an heirloom from Paddy Doyle. Now recovered from his spinal surgery, Casey returns to Rizzoli's life. However, he tells her that he is returning to Afghanistan to help in the soldiers' therapy there.|
|42||2||"In Over Your Head"||Jamie Babbit||Russell J. Grant & Janet Tamaro||July 2, 2013||2M6252||5.90|
|An investigative journalism student is found dead on the beach. The cause of death is determined as a drowning, but her lungs contain freshwater and not the ocean's saltwater. The student had been investigating a drug ring at her university. Jane must grudgingly work with a former colleague, who is now a new drug-unit lieutenant, in order to solve the case. Elsewhere, Maura learns that her mother Hope received a sizable donation to open her charity clinic. The donor was Paddy Doyle. He is asked to give his statement about how he got the money, so the FBI will leave Hope alone, but he refuses.|
|43||3||"But I Am a Good Girl"||Norman Buckley||Story by : Y. Shireen Razack |
Teleplay by : Janet Tamaro
|July 9, 2013||2M6255||5.58|
|At T.J.'s christening, Lydia's new fiance shows up, and Maura finds the body of a young woman in the baptismal font. Despite the killer's efforts to make the job of identifying her difficult, the detectives discover she's the daughter of a local clothing factory worker and that she bought a pregnancy test. She also has a very recent tattoo that indicates she's "owned" by a local gang. Lydia's fiance plans to move his new family to Abilene, Texas, and since Tommy never filed his custody paperwork, Jane tries to get Lydia and Tommy "together". Announced cuts at BPD have everyone nervous.|
|44||4||"Killer in High Heels"||Mark Haber||Charlie Craig & Ken Hanes||July 16, 2013||2M6253||5.22|
|Maura is arrested after her date at a charity event turns up dead. She has no memory of the date until she gets roughed up in jail by woman who thought Maura was responsible for her arrest. Maura remembers her date blowing a hallucinogen at her, putting her in a trance. Because her guard has ties to Paddy Doyle, she is allowed to use the jail's computers to help find the real killer. Jane, Frost, and Korsak learn Maura's date was connected to a criminal that killed a Brazilian model a few months ago. The date needed Maura's key card to access the dead model's remains. The real killer tried to pin the murder on Maura's date. He used a brass knuckle key chain as a murder weapon, which gets mistakenly handed to Frost at the door of a club. Maura gets released.|
|45||5||"Dance with the Devil"||Jamie Babbit||Story by : Lisa Marie Petersen |
Teleplay by : Janet Tamaro
|July 23, 2013||2M6254||5.49|
|In 1993, Paddy Doyle was responsible for the death of Lt. Cavanaugh's wife and child. Arson Detective Calvin Ghetts, who died recently, has been connected to Doyle, causing the court to consider letting him out on bond. Frost, Maura and Jane find photos in the exhaust pipe of a confiscated vehicle, which leads Maura to talk to Hope as the photos connect her to Doyle. She had helped bandage Doyle after he set Cavanaugh's apartment on fire. Hope must now testify in court. Maura, Korsak, and Jane go there and learn Cavanaugh is preparing to kill Doyle in the bathroom. Maura talks him out of it by saying Hope will testify against Doyle.|
|46||6||"Somebody's Watching Me"||Milan Cheylov||Lisa Marie Petersen & Ken Hanes||July 30, 2013||2M6256||5.33|
|A sanitation worker is killed while dropping off items to an eccentric collector. The collector is a conspiracy theorist and constructed a makeshift EMP device that disabled a drone, that had flown to close to the neighborhood, subsequently knocking out the power. The worker was mistakenly killed by a man who worked for the drone's company because the collector had salvaged parts from the drone. Meanwhile, Jane accidentally spills hot coffee on a woman who sues her for damages. A video of the incident is posted online, but the team is able to prevent the lawsuit when the video shows the woman wore liquid-resistant clothing. The person videotaping the incident was a repairman that Jane had hired to fix her condo's plumbing. It was a plot to cause Jane to sell the condo to pay for the lawsuit, so that the woman and repairman could move in.|
|47||7||"All for One"||Paul Holohan||Janet Tamaro||August 6, 2013||2M6257||5.50|
|David Sutton (Chris Tallman), a high school driver's education/science teacher, is killed by a hit-and-run driver. The car used is from his own class. A fiber from what is believed to be from a friendship bracelet is found inside. When Samantha Cole (Alexis Raich), Sutton's chemistry student, attempts a drug overdose before his death, her background is checked. The team learns she had a tightly knit circle of friends and that Sutton was exchanging grades for sex. Sutton also tried to ruin Cole's reputation before she could report him. One of her friends had tried to entrap him but was discovered and fled. Sutton pursued them and was hit. Each friend confessed to it and no evidence could single out a viable suspect, so all are set free. Meanwhile, although Jane remains in contact with Casey, she gets asked out on a date by Detective Martinez (Amaury Nolasco). Maura calls it "chemistry", but Jane says it can never happen.|
|48||8||"Cold As Ice"||Randy Zisk||Lisa Marie Petersen & Ken Hanes||August 13, 2013||2M6258||5.60|
|Dr. Carla Dalton (Laura Niemi) is killed in the parking garage near a boys' hockey game. The weapon used is identified as a skate hook for tightening laces, and Carla's car is found dumped in the river. She was in Boston trying to track down her nephew Todd, who had Huntington's disease. Carla's brother-in-law Michael Leahy (David Barry Gray) killed his wife when Todd was a toddler, took his son, and changed their identities. He also killed a suspicious Carla when she came to the game to look for Todd. Meanwhile, Cailin shows up at Maura's, asking to stay with her while Hope is out of town, even though a sitter was left in charge. Maura views Cailin as a child and becomes concerned about her behavior, but Jane tells her to act like Cailin's big sister instead.|
|49||9||"No One Mourns the Wicked"||Steve Robin||Story by : Ken Hanes & Lisa Marie Petersen |
Teleplay by : Janet Tamaro
|August 20, 2013||2M6259||5.61|
|Jane and Maura are asked by forensic psychiatrist Dr. Victoria Nolan (Jessica Tuck) to speak at a law enforcement symposium. Nolan is on a book tour for her Three Faces of Evil, which is about serial killers, one of which is Charles Hoyt (Michael Massee). A crime scene depicting Hoyt's murders is staged. As Jane and Maura move to describe the "victims", they see that two people have actually been killed. The victims, past and present, have been branded with the Rod of Asclepius symbol. The first victims linked to the brand were the parents of a girl named Tori, whose deaths left her orphaned. The team learns Tori had been raped and given birth before her parents' death. Dr. Nolan goes home with Korzak so he can tend to his pregnant dog. There, he becomes her next intended victim, while she guides her "research assistant" and son Jack (Nick Gehlfuss) in the process. Korzak is able to get Nolan and her son to argue long enough for his team to save him.|
|50||10||"Built for Speed"||Anthony Hardwick||Russell J. Grant & Matt MacLeod||August 27, 2013||2M6260||6.00|
|Alberto Santana (Michael Galante) dies when his street racer explodes during a race after he turns on the car's nitrous oxide. Giovanni Gilberti (Matthew Del Negro) uses his phone to record the events. Also the video from memory card of the car's camera was restored. Upon review of these videos, the team spots Detective Martinez in the crowd. Maura and B.T. Cerrone (Eric Winter), a bomb technician, realize the nitrous had been swapped out for propane and find a detonator. To complicate matters, the team learns that the other car from the race was used in drug running. Jane fears their investigation will be impeded by the drug case. Martinez introduces them to the other driver, Detective Miguel Ortiz, an undercover cop being used as a drug runner. They were investigating the race organizer, Jorge Vega (Gabriel Salvador), for dealing meth. Martinez just couldn't pin down the person responsible for the customers. Alberto had found a hidden compartment in one of the cars, figured out it was being used as a drug transport, and reported it to his parole officer, Elizabeth Keating (Emily Swallow). However, Keating was the one who was bringing in the customers and, ultimately, the one who remotely triggered the explosion that killed Alberto.|
|51||11||"Judge, Jury & Executioner"||Mark Haber||Y. Shireen Razack & Jill Goldsmith||September 3, 2013||2M6261||5.88|
|Judge Kathleen Harper (A'da Alison Woolfolk) collapses and dies at her daughter Ashley's (Jazz Raycole) mock trial presentation, despite fellow Judge Roger Thorson's (Doug Savant) attempt to revive her. Maura's initial examination reveals a paint smudge and a scratch on Harper's hand and a needle puncture on her neck. Her purse and its scattered contents are found in a nearby recently painted stairwell. The autopsy shows Harper died from toxic levels of Ritalin in her bloodstream, more than what she was taking for narcolepsy. It is discovered that Harper was investigating first-time criminals' sentences being extended at Starbridge Prison. The prison houses more-hardened criminals, not what the government is led to believe. After Harper had learned this, she was killed by Judge Thorson, who represents the prison. Meanwhile, unknown to Angela, her tax debt has been paid. Tommy received his settlement from the parking garage collapse and he pays off his mother's debt. Jane promises that she and Frankie will pay him their share.|
|52||12||"Partners in Crime"||Randy Zisk||Linda McGibney & Janet Tamaro||September 10, 2013||2M6262||5.70|
|The team has two homicides which, at first, seem unrelated. Mark Cabot is killed in the parking garage of a fitness club. Rhonda Clark (Celia Finkelstein) is drowned in her hot tub. A german shepherd's hair is found in Rhonda's lungs, believed to be from the killer's dog. Connections are made. The team thinks that Mark's sister (Heather McComb) killed Rhonda and Rhonda's husband (Mackenzie Astin) killed Mark as part of a murder pact, but see Mark's wife (Kelly Kruger) arrive when a sting is arranged for them. Meanwhile, Maura is asked via correspondence from Paddy Doyle to take care of his paroled father, Patrick (Richard Herd). She is curious to learn about her heritage, but Patrick wants nothing to do with her. He also believes Paddy wants him to die as a "nobody", but Jane tells him that Paddy might have wanted his father to see the one good thing the son accomplished—Maura. Casey returns home to tell Jane he has been made a full colonel and he must now decide to stay in the service to be a general or retire and marry her.|
|53||13||"Tears of a Clown"||Michael Katleman||Story by : Ken Hanes & Matt MacLeod |
Teleplay by : Ken Hanes, Matt MacLeod & Janet Tamaro
|February 25, 2014||2M6263||3.73|
|The "Summer of the Clown", a 1988 case where a person dressed as a clown kidnapped young boys, is revisited, when similar events recur. Meanwhile, Jane and Casey are torn between their respective careers and their own relationship, and Maura tries to help Frost's relationship by offering his girlfriend some career advice regarding a job in Beijing.|
|54||14||"Just Push Play"||Kate Woods||Story by : Linda McGibney & Sam Lembeck |
Teleplay by : Linda McGibney & Janet Tamaro
|March 4, 2014||2M6264||3.35|
|The team investigates an aspiring gifted singer-songwriter's death at a bar. They learn the woman spent some time in rehab, where they discover her roommate stole her original songs, got signed by a music label and killed her to cover it up. Meanwhile, after being away for a year, Frank Rizzoli (Chazz Palminteri) returns to announce he has prostate cancer. Although concerned for his health, his family has difficulty putting his past mistreatment behind them.|
|55||15||"Food for Thought"||Steve Clancy||Story by : Jill Goldsmith & Y. Shireen Razack |
Teleplay by : Janet Tamaro
|March 11, 2014||2M6265||4.74|
|A famous chef and restaurateur dies, and Maura detects he was poisoned. The team recalls the chef recently won a televised cooking competition and that his competitors work for him. One of them resented the chef's fame and wanted to capitalize on expanding the business. Meanwhile, Maura's mother, Hope, tells her that she is closing her clinics, which were funded by Paddy Doyle. She hopes this will mend the rift with Maura and the two can get to know each other.|
|56||16||"You're Gonna Miss Me When I'm Gone"||Norman Buckley||Janet Tamaro||March 18, 2014||2M6266||3.58|
|A senator's daughter, who works for the government, is murdered. She is thought to have been fleeing the country with government secrets, putting the BPD at odds with Homeland Security. The woman, however, leaves digital clues that her boss had raped her and will kill her to keep her quiet. Meanwhile, Jane accepts Casey's proposal, since he agrees to retire from the military. Later, though, Jane changes her mind when he takes a job in the Balkans. Maura senses something more, and Jane reveals that she may be pregnant.|
Season 5 (2014–15)
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Prod.|
|57||1||"A New Day"||Michael Katleman||Michael Sardo||June 17, 2014||2M6551||5.81|
|A woman is stabbed to death while jogging in a park. The investigation is stepped up when an empty baby stroller, believed to have contained her baby, is found nearby. The baby's father, the woman's ex-husband, is questioned, but he was stuck in traffic with his new girlfriend at the time of death. However, a camera at a gas station shows otherwise for the girlfriend's alibi. She was not in the vehicle. The father is complicit, but he reveals the baby was taken to a church. Meanwhile, Frankie and Maura decide they are too much like family to pursue a relationship; Jane deals with morning sickness while unsuccessfully trying to hide her pregnancy from her mother; and the team is called to a car accident that claimed the life of Detective Frost.|
|58||2||"...Goodbye"||Steve Robin||Jan Nash||June 24, 2014||2M6552||5.50|
|While the team deals with their grief in order to make arrangements for Frost's funeral, a young woman with amnesia wearing bloody clothing walks into the precinct holding a gun and stating she might have killed someone.|
|59||3||"Too Good to Be True"||Mark Haber||Ken Hanes||July 1, 2014||2M6553||5.43|
|Loners, who would not be missed for extended periods of time, are interviewed to work on a farm. Unfortunately, those hired are killed by the disgruntled son of a bankrupt farmer, which culminates in a tense shoot-out that puts Jane and her unborn child at risk. Meanwhile, she finally confirms to her mother of her pregnancy, which Angela already knew, and accepts Maura's help, which comes with constant prenatal advice.|
|60||4||"Doomsday"||Kevin Dowling||Katie Wech||July 8, 2014||2M6554||5.13|
|A survivalist is believed to have died from halomethane poisoning in his protective fallout shelter, until Maura deems the death "suspicious" since alternative methods to the gas exist today. The team investigates the victim's means of survival if he were to have exited the shelter after a catastrophe. Meanwhile, Angela asks Jane to find out why Frankie is being secretive, but Jane wishes to know the same about Korsak.|
|61||5||"The Best Laid Plans"||Christine Moore||Alicia Kirk||July 15, 2014||2M6555||4.86|
|A wealthy woman with terminal cancer prepares to commit suicide but is killed before she is able to do so. The team investigates her family and staff, both past and present. Meanwhile, since Maura must teach a college forensic science class, Angela becomes responsible for Jane, who considers her mother's help as meddling. Maura then takes a liking to a professor but remains cautious, due to her luck with men. Also, the void left at Frost's desk forces the team to make a decision.|
|62||6||"Knockout"||Paul Holahan||Russell J. Grant & Michael Sardo||July 22, 2014||2M6556||5.23|
|Judith Barnett, a woman who recently lost a lot of weight, is initially thought to have been stabbed to death in her home. Her husband Alan feared her weight loss would make her more attractive to other men, including their handyman, Luis Benitez. His knife is found near her body. With Maura at a convention, the team must rely on her Assistant ME Susie Chang (Tina Huang) to use her quirky methods to help find the murderer. Meanwhile, Korsak reminisces about the death of an old musician friend, whose grandson has contacted him to play some of their music.|
|63||7||"Boston Keltic"||Kate Woods||Blair Singer||July 29, 2014||2M6557||4.77|
|The mysterious murder of a used-book dealer leads to one suspect with ties to Paddy Doyle. When Jane questions Paddy about the case, he requests to see Maura, who agrees upon learning he is being transferred to a California maximum-security prison. Meanwhile, Angela decides to start fresh with her life, which includes breaking up with Lt. Cavanaugh and quitting her job at the café.|
|64||8||"Lost & Found"||Randy Zisk||Jan Nash & Michael Sardo||August 5, 2014||2M6558||5.09|
|When a young woman is murdered by a contract killer, Jane must put herself at risk to save a teenaged witness, named Tasha, as the team scrambles to find her. Meanwhile, Korsak adds crime scene analyst Nina Holiday (Idara Victor) to his team.|
|65||9||"It Takes a Village"||Michael Katleman||Ken Hanes & Jan Nash||August 12, 2014||2M6559||5.68|
|The team investigates the poisoning death of a woman found mummified in a wine cellar. While Jane recovers at the hospital from her wounds sustained in protecting Tasha, she learns that she lost the baby and that Tasha will be placed in a group home upon leaving the hospital.|
|66||10||"Phoenix Rising"||Mark Haber||Russell J. Grant & Alicia Kirk||August 19, 2014||2M6560||5.21|
|An old friend of Korsak's dying in prison asks him to solve the case that put him there – the deaths of his wife and daughter killed in a house fire 15 years earlier. Korsak's sense of urgency causes him to take the case file to Maura's house, where Jane, awaiting medical clearance to return to work, steals information from it to help solve the case. Meanwhile, Angela secretly keeps the mail from Jane that contains her clearance letter.|
|67||11||"If You Can't Stand the Heat"||Steve Clancy||Diana Mendez & Sam Lembeck||August 26, 2014||2M6561||5.16|
|When tenants complain of water leaks, a landlord finds the body of a man half-submerged in a bathtub. Initially, it is believed Richard Nelson did so to escape the sweltering heat outside. During autopsy, Maura discovers Nelson died of strangulation. His financials reveal him to be a millionaire. Although Nelson told everyone that he found the money while jogging, the investigation shows him to have been involved in a kidnapping. His accomplice killed him, thinking he had kept the ransom for himself. Meanwhile, Angela drinks some "special" tea to stay cool, but it has aphrodisiacal side effects; and Korsak intends to find the owner of a lost dog, even though he has named it and got used to it.|
|68||12||"Burden of Proof"||Norman Buckley||Katie Wech||September 2, 2014||2M6562||5.04|
|A county prosecutor appears to be framed for a murder, but proving his innocence puts Jane in danger. Meanwhile, Angela takes it upon herself to teach Maura about children's interest when she learns Maura is to meet Jack's 12-year-old daughter.|
|69||13||"Bridge to Tomorrow"||Ed Ornelas||Ken Hanes||February 17, 2015||2M6563||3.58|
|After Jane saves Paul, the prosecutor, when he slips off a bridge, the squad resumes searching for the real killer. Meanwhile, Angela asks Frankie for help in preparing for a restaurant-manager job interview. Korsak reveals he bought the local bar ("The Dirty Robber") as a retirement present to himself.|
|70||14||"Foot Loose"||Christine Moore||Michael Sardo||February 24, 2015||2M6564||2.86|
|Jane and Maura investigate the death of a victim that they can't identify, as the only body part that was found is a foot; Angela, who is frustrated with not being able to find a job, ends up getting a job at the bar, by giving advice to a man about proposing to his girlfriend and the woman who delivers the beer.|
|71||15||"Gumshoe"||Greg Prange||Ron McGee||March 3, 2015||2M6565||3.51|
|The owner of Mamaki Clothing is thrown from his business' balcony, but his death occurred before that. The offices reveal a burglary, in which only files are taken. Corporate espionage is the apparent motive. However, the owner's wife also goes missing, and the team finds themselves working with a private detective who had been caught snooping by the victim just before his death. Meanwhile, Maura cautions Angela about spending her new income, and Frankie asks Jane's help in focusing on his firing range test.|
|72||16||"In Plain View"||Mark Haber||Russell J. Grant||March 10, 2015||2M6566||3.12|
|After his wife reports him missing, Todd Reynolds is found beaten to death outside his seemingly disabled vehicle. After questioning his son Logan, the team searches for a man Todd was heard arguing with, two days ago. Maine Detective Mike Guthrie (Niall Matter) arrives to suggest they are looking for the same person who killed a "stranded" 60-year-old woman. Jane records Mike's voice, and Logan confirms his is the voice that was heard. Korsak finds a connection between Mike and Todd from the days they attended summer camp together, where Mike was teased for bed-wetting. Meanwhile, Maura becomes a victim of identity theft.|
|73||17||"Bite Out Of Crime"||Steve Robin||Alicia Kirk & Katie Wech||March 17, 2015||2M6567||3.39|
|While the team investigates a string of sniper attacks in Franklin Park, Maura must elicit a statement from an injured witness believed to be having a psychotic break, to the extent that he believes himself to be a werewolf. She also must cope with her ending her relationship with Jack.|
|74||18||"Family Matters"||Michael Katleman||Jan Nash||March 17, 2015||2M6568||3.62|
|A man dies while role playing with his wife in a Boston hotel room. His death appears to result from a fall, but Maura, after accompanying Jane to a resort, has several epiphanies – one of which is that someone else could have hit the victim on the head, since an object swung with great force was the only way the head injury could have occurred. Meanwhile, Tasha is applying at several colleges and wants to get accepted on her own merit, not Maura's pulling strings. A local university, BCU (Maura's fictional alma mater Boston Cambridge University) accepts, but their offer of financial aid is insufficient. When Maura learns this, she works with Korsak and the team to help Tasha attend "BCU" by awarding her the newly created Barry Frost Memorial Scholarship.|
Season 6 (2015–16)
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Prod.|
|75||1||"The Platform"||Greg Prange||Jan Nash||June 16, 2015||2M6951||4.39|
|The pursuit of a murder suspect in a subway leads Frankie to kill an unarmed man, triggering an Internal Affairs investigation. Meanwhile, Frankie has moved into a new apartment, as Angela tries to rid herself of an unsightly family chair. Maura welcomes Kent Drake, a new apprentice who served in Afghanistan, onto her staff.|
|76||2||"Bassholes"||Chad Lowe||Michael Sardo||June 23, 2015||2M6952||4.01|
|The death of a bass fisherman on his boat during a tournament lures the team into a murder investigation. During which, Jane draws the attention of another angler who attempts to woo her.|
|77||3||"Deadly Harvest"||Mark Haber||Ken Hanes||June 30, 2015||2M6955||4.27|
|A couple's bodies are found at a BCU body farm matching the description of married hippies who had been missing for a year. The team investigates the possibility of the woman being held captive before her death, which leads them to saving another victim. Meanwhile, despite being uncoordinated, Angela wants to take ice skating lessons.|
|78||4||"Imitation Game"||Steve Robin||Katie Wech||July 7, 2015||2M6953||4.42|
|Paint discovered on a man's refrigerated body sends Jane and Maura to the Boston Museum.|
|79||5||"Misconduct Game"||Kate Woods||Ron McGee||July 14, 2015||2M6954||4.12|
|A friend's death leads to a police investigation into all cases they worked on.|
|80||6||"Face Value"||Steve Clancy||Story by : Alicia Kirk |
Teleplay by : Sam Lembeck
|July 21, 2015||2M6956||4.16|
|Elliot Dutton witnesses a woman being stabbed to death, only he cannot describe the killer due to having prosopagnosia, the inability to recognize faces. Meanwhile, Angela's cousin, Carlo, visits the Rizzolis.|
|81||7||"A Bad Seed Grows"||Christine Moore||Russell J. Grant||July 28, 2015||2M6957||4.40|
|Out for a jog, a woman finds a dead teenager's body in cage. The team fears this was only the beginning for the killer. Maura and Angela try to get Jane a new couch as an early birthday present, but she (almost) resists it.|
|82||8||"Nice to Meet You, Dr. Isles"||Norman Buckley||Jan Nash & Michael Sardo||August 4, 2015||2M6958||4.23|
|A jeweler for celebrities is murdered, Maura's estranged father visits her, and the two instances might be related.|
|83||9||"Love Taps"||Pete Kowalski||Story by : Dan Hamamura |
Teleplay by : Ron McGee & Dan Hamamura
|August 11, 2015||2M6959||4.33|
|A college student is murdered, which leads Jane and Maura to discover his life as an online boyfriend to 32 women.|
|84||10||"Sister Sister"||Steve Robin||Ken Hanes||August 18, 2015||2M6960||4.52|
|When a woman is found dead in her pool, her beloved Rottweiler is initially thought to have attacked her. Her daughters then become the main suspects when it's discovered she was poisoned.|
|85||11||"Fake It 'Til You Make It"||Mark Haber||Katie Wech||August 25, 2015||2M6961||4.59|
|Both a Boston and a Los Angeles murder victim appear to have similar names and fingerprints, so Jane and Maura visit L.A. Jane's accounts have been hacked, and it seems related with the fire in her apartment.|
|86||12||"5:26"||Greg Prange||Michael Sardo||September 1, 2015||2M6962||4.77|
|Maura finds Jane's watch with a set time inside a murder victim. In light of recent events surrounding Jane, Korsak takes her off active duty. She must decipher the time's meaning, while the department sets out to solve the murder.|
|87||13||"Hide and Seek"||Kevin G. Cremin||Jan Nash||February 16, 2016||2M6963||2.34|
|Jane and the rest of the BPD rush to find out who kidnapped Maura from a fake crime scene in the middle of the night and why.|
|88||14||"Murderjuana"||Norman Buckley||Russel J. Grant||February 16, 2016||2M6964||2.59|
|A security guard gets wounded while preventing a robbery, killing one of the assailants in the process. A manhunt ensues for the accomplice.|
|89||15||"Scared to Death"||Mark Haber||Ron McGee||February 23, 2016||2M6965||2.40|
|Jane investigates the murder of a woman who was part of a fear club. Korsak and Nina find the hacker responsible for Jane's problems, which only raises more questions. Angela finds an engagement ring in Korsak's desk and tells Jane and Maura he is going to propose to Kiki.|
|90||16||"East Meets West"||Mark Strand||Ken Hanes||March 1, 2016||2M6966||2.43|
|A death in a suburban gun battle prompts an investigation into an eastern European gang. Maura develops a fever due to exhaustion and Angela and Kent suggest several home remedies.|
|91||17||"Bomb Voyage"||Jan Nash||Jan Nash & Katie Wech||March 8, 2016||2M6967||3.33|
|Korsak finds himself in a minefield, after a jogger hears an explosion and finds a severed finger. While the team investigates the victim after saving Korsak, he and Kiki discuss the dangers of the job, causing him to fear she will have doubts about marrying him. Meanwhile, Ron asks Angela to attend a Paris conference with him and Nina finds the woman targeting Jane and Maura, only to discover she has been released from jail.|
|92||18||"A Shot in the Dark"||Greg Prange||Michael Sardo||March 15, 2016||2M6968||2.92|
|Alice Sands (Annabeth Gish), born into a distinguished law enforcement family, dropped out of the police academy while Jane was enrolled. Her fixation on Jane stemmed from being second in her class behind Jane, after having been the best at everything prior to then. She turned to running a drug ring, leading to her arrest and subsequent release from prison. Alice duped a fellow inmate into leaving together, but fled to Canada without her. Meanwhile, Korsak and Kiki finally get married, but the reception at the bar is interrupted by gunfire.|
Season 7 (2016)
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date||Prod.|
|93||1||"Two Shots: Move Forward"||Greg Prange||Jan Nash||June 6, 2016||2M7251||3.91|
|Following the incident at the bar, Nina goes into surgery for a gunshot wound and Maura sustains a head injury. Jane believes Alice Sands (Annabeth Gish) was involved and sets out to look for her, including announcing it to the press, who believe Alice shouldn't have been allowed to escape. Jane mentions Alice's incompetence, a plan to lure her out of hiding, but draws a departmental reprimand. It is revealed that Alice has inserted herself among tunnel dwellers who have aided in her revenge against Jane. Meanwhile, Korsak delays his retirement out of concern for Jane and Angela breaks up with Ron to protect his family.|
|94||2||"Dangerous Curve Ahead"||Norman Buckley||Ron McGee||June 6, 2016||2M7252||3.58|
|Jane discovers Alice had an "accountant," someone who helped her smuggle drug money, but he is killed by the police before he can be questioned. Alice's funds are now cut off and Jane hopes this will force her to surface. Maura finds bovine blood on the accountant's clothing, leading to Alice's arrest at a deli. With no physical evidence of Alice's involvement in the shooting, she is later released. The team manages to connect her previous prison escape to the death of a state trooper. Alice takes a teenager hostage at gunpoint, forcing Jane to shoot her in hopes that people will wonder whether it was in the line of duty or in cold blood. Jane, having previously asked a priest for forgiveness of her future actions, is at peace with the resolution.|
|95||3||"Cops vs. Zombies"||Steve Robin||Katie Wech||June 13, 2016||2M7253||4.00|
|The team investigates a murder related to a zombie convention. Meanwhile, Angela struggles with getting her GED, since she did not graduate high school because her then-husband did not think it was necessary.|
|96||4||"Post Mortem"||Mark Haber||Meredith Philpott||June 20, 2016||2M7254||4.13|
|United States Postal Inspection Service agent CJ Prescott (Yvette Nicole Brown) helps the team investigate the murder of a postal worker. Prescott was already looking into the death of a janitor at the post office and now believes it is all connected to illegal packages of contraband involving the second victim. Meanwhile, Maura initially refuses to have surgery for her head injury, despite her lapses in memory. She ultimately makes an appointment.|
|97||5||"Shadow of Doubt"||Peter B. Kowalski||Ken Hanes||June 27, 2016||2M7255||4.36|
|A woman dies after tumbling down the stairs in her home. Accidental death is ruled out, so the team must narrow down the suspects among those close to her: the scheming husband, Robert, looking to inherit his wife's fortune; the angry daughter, Claire, who resented her mother for trying to control her love life; and Claire's boyfriend, Gary, resentful for being kept away from Claire. Meanwhile, Maura's mother, Hope (Sharon Lawrence), visits before the surgery and Frankie and Nina make their developing relationship known.|
|98||6||"There Be Ghosts"||Kevin G. Cremin||Russell J. Grant||July 11, 2016||2M7256||4.14|
|The investigation into a cancer patient's murder takes a supernatural turn when a legend surfaces that, in 1905, a ghost murdered a doctor who had been unable to save some patients. Meanwhile, Maura gets some writing advice from an author (Tess Gerritsen) who could help establish her in the literary field.|
|99||7||"Dead Weight"||Stephen Clancy||Jeremy Svenson & Sam Lembeck||July 18, 2016||2M7257||4.05|
|While Jane is teaching a class at Quantico and dealing with a misogynistic recruit, the rest of the team investigates a spontaneous human combustion case. Also, Angela hunts for her own apartment.|
|100||8||"2M7258-100"||Angie Harmon||Jan Nash||July 25, 2016||2M7258||3.87|
When a possible witness to a double homicide is arrested, Jane goes undercover in prison to get information from her so the team can track down the murderer. After solving the case, Jane inquires about an FBI instructor job that was offered to her while at Quantico.
Sharon Gless, known for her role in the 1980s female buddy cop show Cagney & Lacey, appears as a guest star to celebrate the show's 100th episode.
|101||9||"65 Hours"||Mark Strand||Meredith Philpott & Dan Hamamura||August 1, 2016||2M7259||4.09|
|The only piece of forensic evidence pertaining to a double homicide is missing from the BPD. The team is given a deadline to find either it or further information about the murders before the suspect is released on a technicality.|
|102||10||"For Richer or Poorer"||Sasha Alexander||Ken Hanes||August 15, 2016||2M7260||3.87|
|The shooting death of a forensic accountant uncovers a Ponzi scheme and the surprising news that Maura was once married to the prime suspect. Also, Angela's ex-boyfriend Ron returns, declaring that he is still in love with her.|
|103||11||"Stiffed"||Jan Nash||Katie Wech||August 22, 2016||2M7261||4.75|
|The team investigates a body found together in the casket with someone else set to be buried. Meanwhile, Angela accepts that Jane will be working for the FBI, Tommy and TJ move back to Boston, and Maura does rounds at the clinic.|
|104||12||"Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow"||Greg Prange||Ron McGee||August 29, 2016||2M7262||4.83|
|Korsak investigates the murders of a father and daughter, forty years apart. He dated the daughter's sister back then and his proximity to the case inspired his career choice. The father's death deeply affects him and he announces his retirement. Meanwhile, Jane, albeit appreciative, puts an end to Angela and Maura's assisting with her move and Maura ponders moving to France for a month to work on her book.|
|105||13||"Ocean-Frank"||Michael Robin||Russell J. Grant & Jan Nash||September 5, 2016||2M7263||5.26|
|The team's final investigation involves a dead man found handcuffed to a bedpost. Also, Kent prepares video testimonials from everyone, Korsak uses his vacation time and sick days to retire nearly a month early, and Jane announces that she is taking time off to vacation in Paris with Maura.|
Home video releases
|Season||Episodes||DVD release dates|
|Region 1||Region 2||Region 4||Discs|
|1||10||June 28, 2011||October 29, 2012||August 29, 2012||3|
|2||15||May 22, 2012||March 18, 2013||August 29, 2012||3|
|3||15||June 11, 2013||November 25, 2013||June 19, 2013||3|
|4||16||June 10, 2014||November 3, 2014||June 25, 2014||4|
|5||18||June 2, 2015||August 24, 2015||January 20, 2016||4|
|6||18||June 7, 2016||August 15, 2016||TBA||4|
|7||13||January 17, 2017||TBA||TBA||3|
|The Complete Series||105||January 17, 2017||TBA||TBA||TBA|
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