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Rizzoli & Isles: Bloodlines

Jane and the team investigate what appears to be a modern-day witch hunt in Salem. Meanwhile, Frankie's old girlfriend returns to town with a surprise, and Jane has no problem speaking her mind about the situation.

Source: TNT

Episode Info

Episode number: 2x7
Production Number: 2M5606
Airdate: Monday August 22nd, 2011

Alternate Airdates:

NL (Net 5) Oct 15, 2011


Guest Stars
David AlpayDavid Alpay
As Grayson Bennett
Aimee-Lynn ChadwickAimee-Lynn Chadwick
As Sabrina Scott
Cameron DaddoCameron Daddo
As Robert Cranston
Emily FoxlerEmily Foxler
As Sage Molette
Lindsey GinterLindsey Ginter
As Reverend William Scott

Co-Guest Stars
Mary OswaldwintererMary Oswaldwinterer
As Helen Downey
Main Cast
Angie HarmonAngie Harmon
As Det. Jane Clementine Rizzoli
Sasha AlexanderSasha Alexander
As Dr. Maura Dorothea Isles
Jordan BridgesJordan Bridges
As Francesco "Frankie" Rizzoli Jr.
Bruce McGillBruce McGill
As Det. Vince Korsak
Lorraine BraccoLorraine Bracco
As Angela Rizzoli
Lee Thompson YoungLee Thompson Young
As Det. Barold "Barry" Frost


The scene opens with a Wiccan ceremony. A woman is getting burned at the stake. The next morning, Angela makes Jane bunny pancakes and she tells that she doesn’t want them. Jane drops her fork and Angela says that Jane will have a female visitor. Maura asks if Angela is menstruating and Jane tells that Angela is superstitious. Teresa, Franke’s ex-girlfriend, comes over to the station and Angela gives her the “I can’t stand you” hug. Teresa comes over and Jane gives her the same hug. She asks what she is doing there and Jane asks if she is there to repay on the car loan. Maura tells that Teresa is A-Symmetrical and says that men find that attractive. Jane gets a call about a murder. They arrive on scene and Jane gets Maura to tell that the victim is female and they find that there was a knee replacement on the victim. Jane says that they don’t need fingerprints because they have a serial number...

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