History Series / RizzoliAndIsles

28th Sep '16 1:53:55 AM GnomeTitan
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* AbsoluteCleavage: An accidental example is a scene where Jane is sitting in her bathrobe, discussing with Maura what to wear to a party, and doesn't notice that her robe has fallen open to her waist.

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* AbsoluteCleavage: An accidental example is occurs in a scene where Jane is sitting in her bathrobe, discussing with Maura what to wear to a party, and doesn't notice that her robe has fallen open to her waist.waist (she is wearing a bra underneath).
27th Sep '16 7:46:38 AM GnomeTitan
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* AbsoluteCleavage: An accidental example is a scene where Jane is sitting in her bathrobe, discussing with Maura what to wear to a party, and doesn't notice that her robe has fallen open to her waist.
26th Sep '16 8:34:30 PM foxley
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* CarpetRolledCorpse: In "Misconduct Game", Susie Chang is murdered as part of a complex plan to frame the forensics department for poor handling of a recent case. However, the homicide team discover that her body was transported to her apartment wrapped in a painter's tarp. This proves the crime scene was staged and clears Susie's name. The evidence recovered from the tarp helps them to identify culprit and the real motive behind the murder.



* ClearTheirName: In "Killer in High Heels", the entire team works tirelessly to prove that Maura is not a murderer when her date turns up dead and she has no memory of what happened.

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* ClearTheirName: ClearTheirName:
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In "Killer in High Heels", the entire team works tirelessly to prove that Maura is not a murderer when her date turns up dead and she has no memory of what happened.happened.
** In "Misconduct Game", Susie Chang is murdered and evidence planted to make it look like she had been falsifying evidence. Maura recuses herself from the case, and the rest of the team works to clear Susie's name and save the reputation of the forensic department.
11th Sep '16 11:15:36 AM DrOO7
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* IrrationalHatred

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* IrrationalHatredIrrationalHatred: In the book, Jane has this towards beautiful women, because she herself is plain. It never occurs to her that these women have no control over how they look and even if they did, choosing to be attractive doesn't make someone a bad person.



** Marriage and motherhood make Jane ''slightly'' less combative and abrasive as the series continues than she is in the first two books--as cited earlier, she goes from someone who doesn't like children to someone eagerly anticipating motherhood within the course of ''one'' novel and is a loving mother from then on.

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** Marriage and motherhood make Jane ''slightly'' less combative and abrasive as the series continues than she is in the first two books--as cited earlier, she goes from someone who doesn't like children to someone eagerly anticipating motherhood within the course of ''one'' novel conversation with her mother and is a loving mother from then on.
30th Aug '16 1:16:10 AM GnomeTitan
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* AdaptationPersonalityChange: As cited in LighterAndSofter, practically everyone is much nicer than their book counterpart--Maura is an ice queen, Jane is brusque and abrasive, Korsak is a loud mouthed jerk, Frost is a wimp, etc.

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* AdaptationPersonalityChange: As cited in LighterAndSofter, practically everyone is much nicer than their book counterpart--Maura counterpars. In the books, Maura is an ice queen, Jane is brusque and abrasive, Korsak is a loud mouthed jerk, Frost is a wimp, etc.and so on.
24th Aug '16 10:01:48 PM DrOO7
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* AdaptationPersonalityChange: As cited in LighterAndSofter, practically everyone is much nicer than their book counterpart--Maura is an ice queen, Jane is brusque and abrasive, Korsak is a loud mouthed jerk, Frost is a wimp, etc.



** As well as the LiteralCliffhanger in a mid-season finale, when Jane jumped off a bridge in an effort to save the DrivenToSuicide suspect who had fallen off--just as Jane managed to talk him out of jumping by telling him that she believed his claims of innocence (she'd found definitive proof that he was being framed). [[spoiler: While it was highly unlikely that they'd kill off one of their titular characters, the actor playing the suspect--JamieBamber--is a ChronicallyKilledActor, so his status was iffy until the next premiere]]

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** As well as the LiteralCliffhanger in a mid-season finale, when Jane jumped off a bridge in an effort to save the DrivenToSuicide suspect who had fallen off--just as Jane managed to talk him out of jumping by telling him that she believed his claims of innocence (she'd found definitive proof that he was being framed). [[spoiler: While it was highly unlikely that they'd kill off one of their titular characters, the actor playing the suspect--JamieBamber--is suspect--Creator/JamieBamber--is a ChronicallyKilledActor, so his status was iffy until the next premiere]]
23rd Jul '16 6:38:13 PM DrOO7
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* NotEvenBotheringWithTheAccent: Does ''anyone'' on this show sound like they're from Boston?

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* NotEvenBotheringWithTheAccent: Does ''anyone'' on this show sound like they're from Boston?Boston? Particularly glaring with Angie Harmon's Texas drawl.
23rd Jul '16 6:37:16 PM DrOO7
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* NotEvenBotheringWithTheAccent: Does ''anyone'' on this show sound like they're from Boston?
16th Jul '16 6:24:13 PM Sharlee
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* ABNegative: Averted in a case where it ''shouldn't'' have been in "Living Proof", when Maura declares that a type A pregnant woman couldn't be the biological mother of the type O baby she was carrying. Type A or B people can carry the O blood type as a recessive allele; to rule her out as the baby's genetic parent, she'd need to be type AB.
4th May '16 11:36:46 PM foxley
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* ChainedToABed: In "Family Matters", a woman is tied to a bed and blindfolded by her husband in a hotel. While she is bound and blindfolded, someone enters the bedroom and beats her husband to death.
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