Rizzoli & Isles Season 2 on DVD

Rizzoli & Isles DVD: Available May 22nd!

Thanks to Warner Brothers I now have my Rizzoli & Isles Season 2 on DVD box set and it’s fantastic. I really love the fact that you can have an UltraViolet Digital Copy (which means I can play it on my iPad and phone). It’s great to have a physical copy and a digital copy to take on the road. I really have loved rewatching the show, it’s been a great way to remember how fantastic the season was.

There’s a lot of extra features including unaired scenes and a gag reel. I’m really interested in the extra featurettes, especially this four part feature on how they generate the 14th episode of season 2:

From the Ground Up- Building Episode 214 – Go behind the scenes to see the intensive and rigorous process of generating the 14th episode:

  • Part 1 – In the Writer’s Room
  • Part 2 – Pre-Production
  • Part 3 – Bustin’ Out The Boston: Production
  • Part 4 – Ready-to-Air: Post Production

Season 3 started last night and it’s been a great start, be sure to catch it on Tuesday nights on TNT.

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Bad Guys Are Like Bad Pennies… Rizzoli & Isles Season 2

Season 2 of Rizzoli & Isles taught us the cardinal truth of procedurals – a really good bad guy never really leaves. He or she just returns to pull a little Hannibal Lecter action and “advise” our heroes. So it wasn’t surprising to see Charles Holyt, evil psychopathic serial killer, return and wreck a little havoc from his death bed (oh the guy has cancer, too bad). Of course, the inevitable show down leaves it’s mark(s) on our heroes, but they eventually pull through.

It got me thinking about those folks you just can’t seem to shake from your life. There’s several of them that I’ve come across where, try as you might, you can’t entirely get them out of your rear view mirror. Sadly, with the internet, those people are more persistent than ever.  Of course, unlike Jane, my bad pennies aren’t trying to kill me. I guess there is advantages to not living in a TV reality.


If you missed Season 2 or want to catch up before Season 3 starts Tuesday, June 5th at 9/8c on TNT you can order your copy of Rizzoli & Isles here: http://bit.ly/ISlEkF 


Haven’t seen the show yet? Check out this great clip:

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Rizzoli & Isles Season 3 is Coming June 5th, You Ready?

The season 2 finale of Rizzoli and Isles was so explosive, I can’t wait for June 5th when Season 3 starts. In this episode we find our two main characters at odds over Maura’s father. Most of the time the differences between Jane and Maura are what make them stronger together, but this time it has driven them apart. It’s going to be interesting to see how they repair their friendship in season 3 and I hope that it’s not one easy quick fix (which, based on how Season 1 and Season 2 have gone, I don’t think it will be).
Are you ready for season 3? It starts Tuesday, June 5th at 9/8c on TNT. If not, you can pre-order the DVD here: http://bit.ly/ISlEkF

Rizzoli & Isles Season Two on DVD
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Rizzoli & Isles – Season 2 on DVD: High School Reunions

Rizzoli & Isles DVD: Available May 22nd!

In Season 2 of Rizzoli and Isles we get to see a lot more of Rizzoli’s past coming back to her. In the episode “Seventeen Ain’t So Sweet,” Jane’s first reason for going to her high school reunion is Casey, a sweet and sexy love interest, but when she finds out he is not going to the reunion she tries not to be crushed. In steps her awesome friend, Maura who vows to protect her from the “mean girls” who tormented her in high school.

And it’s a good thing Jane does, because soon after she meets up with everyone Steve, who had been asking her several times at the reunion to call him, is murdered.

In the end, Jane really sees how the popular mean girls’ lives were pretty awful, the classic “high school doesn’t matter” twist that many shows get, but it’s classic because it feels so true. Even though I was homeschooled I had runins with “mean girls” and now, as I look at their lives, I wonder why I even cared what they thought of me. They’ve pushed out most of their significant relationships, they struggle with the ones they have left, and they’re living each day as if it’s a show (which, personally, I’d find exhausting). Not that I’m happy their lives have to be like this, on the contrary it makes me sad. But it’s really interesting how the troupe can often resonate in real life (of course, this isn’t always the case).

Jane’s reliving of her rough time in high school gives her perspective into the crimes committed and, ultimately, herself. It was a super fun episode that I can’t wait to watch now that the DVDs are coming out! I’m hoping to have a good marathon of Rizzoli & Isles Season 2 before the premire of season 3 on June 5th at 9/8c on TNT.

You can pick up your own copy of Rizzoli and Isles Season 2 on DVD here: http://bit.ly/ISlEkF


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