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Rizzoli and Isles 5x08 Lost and Found Promo

Nice! Looking forward to the next ep.

begging-on-your—knees:

jane + maura | ho hey

Love the song. The Rizzoli and Isles is a very, VERY welcome bonus IMO. 

katara:

this is my favorite tweet of 2014

katara:

this is my favorite tweet of 2014

salaciouscastle:

If this means amnesia I will fly to LA & smack someone! 😈

I can only think “FINALLY!" It’s been a long time coming for us to delve deeper into Castle’s background. Not just tidbits, but a more solid picture into who he was (or still IS?). After all, Castle wasn’t always an author, right?

salaciouscastle:

If this means amnesia I will fly to LA & smack someone! 😈

I can only think “FINALLY!" It’s been a long time coming for us to delve deeper into Castle’s background. Not just tidbits, but a more solid picture into who he was (or still IS?). After all, Castle wasn’t always an author, right?

I don’t know how she died, but I know it wasn’t the cancer that killed her”

HBIC

THIS! *bangs fist on the table*

lovemesomerandi:

Maur-adorable Isles.

A lot of Jane in my last post. Then I remembered THIS. HAH! :D

Rizzoli & Isles - “Best Laid Plans”

Scenes that stood out most for me:

  1. Downton Abbey jokes - Jane style.
  2. Jane’s/Angie’s “Milady,” exaggerated bow, and that teeny tiny squeal and skip towards Maura’s front door.
  3. How Jane can just translate Maura-speak (“…paid you a compliment…handle it well…YOU MET A GUY—-AND YOU LIKE HIM!”).
  4. How Jane bolsters Maura in all aspects—including in a professional capacity. SPECIALLY professionally (“…Chief Medical Examiner of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts…that’s you!”).
  5. Jane pulling a prank on the Governor. Srsly.

Hmm…that’s a lot of Jane/Angie for that ep. *scratches head* But gosh darnnit, I really loved those scenes!

LOVED Jane’s (Angie’s) squeal (and subsequent bouncy step). Srsly.

Jeezus. THIS.

jumpingpuddles:

Stargate SG-1: Red Sky

downthe-rizzles-caskett-holewego:

Detective Jane Rizzoli, Everybody.

Growing up, I took so many cues from books. They taught me most of what I knew about what people did, about how to behave. They were my teachers and my advisers. In books, boys climbed trees, so I climbed trees, sometimes very high, always scared of falling. In books, people climbed up and down drainpipes to get in and out of houses, so I climbed up and down drainpipes too.
The Ocean at the End of the Lane, Neil Gaiman (via senhorita-agridoce)