Rizzoli & Isles

Season 3 Episode 10

Melt My Heart to Stone

7
Aired Tuesday 9:00 PM Aug 14, 2012 on TNT
7.5
out of 10
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Jane and Maura investigate the death of a woman who is found inside a statue. The squad gets a new homicide detective. After disappearing from Boston, Dennis returns to woo Maura back. Lydia goes into labor.

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  • Melt My Heart To Stone

    6.5
    The case was a little bit weird here tonight, and I get that is what they are going for, but I just do not think it worked here.



    They did fool me with who the killer really was, but that did not make up for an episode that still had a plethora of Lydia scenes in it.
  • love

    10
    Love this show! Cant wait till new episode!
  • The Worst!

    2.0
    And I thought the episode where Jane is in the handcuffs on her "bed" was rock bottom. One week Jane's in trouble, next it's Moira, occasionally someone else in the family. This show has become so predictable, implausible, and pedantic, I want to cry! Angie Harmon's previous police show, Women's Murder Club was better.
  • Too predictable

    4.0
    This was probably the worst episode of Rizzoli & Isles so far. I could tell from the PROMO (!!!) that Dennis would be the killer, and he wasn't even in it! I'm sorry, I really love the show, but OMG what a bad episode! And the fact that it was the summer finale is just... depressing. They didn't even manage to make the Lydia-going-into-labor story line well. It was too short and too fast. And I would've liked to see Frank senior there, actually. The only thing they did well was the last scene. It made a good cliffhanger that's not predictable.

    The show has gone downhill ever since season two, and I am really worried about the ratings. If they don't improve it (fast!) the show may be cancelled, and I couldn't take that. The show is just too damn awesome.

    A drastic (and VERY effective) help would be getting Jane and Maura together. The writers can't keep denying their insane sexual chemistry and that pretty much every single fan of the show wants them as a couple. The ratings would go through the roof.

    One other thing that they failed, miserably, with in this episode was Jane. She couldn't figure out anything, even though it was right in front or her. I'm a pretty smart person, but I've barely been able to see anything about the case that Jane has. During this episode, I just wanted to shout everything to her. She was just so... stupid (sorry).

    The writers have to improve. Almost everything in this episode was painful to watch. Even the interaction between Jane and Maura (which usually is like the only reason I watch the show). It was just so forced.

    PLEASE someone, spread this to the writers! The show CAN'T be cancelled!moreless
Angie Harmon

Angie Harmon

Det. Jane Rizzoli

Sasha Alexander

Sasha Alexander

Dr. Maura Isles

Brian Goodman

Brian Goodman

Lt. Det. Sean Cavanaugh

Bruce McGill

Bruce McGill

Det. Vince Korsak

Lorraine Bracco

Lorraine Bracco

Angela Rizzoli

Jordan Bridges

Jordan Bridges

Frankie Rizzoli, Jr.

Eddie Cibrian

Eddie Cibrian

Dennis Rockmond

Guest Star

Daniella Alonso

Daniella Alonso

Det. Riley Cooper

Guest Star

Scott Haven

Scott Haven

Todd "Bear" Brown

Guest Star

Alexandra Holden

Alexandra Holden

Lydia Sparks

Recurring Role

Colin Egglesfield

Colin Egglesfield

Tommy Rizzoli

Recurring Role

Darryl Alan Reed

Darryl Alan Reed

Rondo

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • QUOTES (4)

    • Jane Rizzoli: (heading to the elevator) All right, well, come on. I need you to observe Mr. Bear.
      Maura Isles: What? I have work to do downstairs.
      Jane Rizzoli: Please? You're the one with the degree in forensic psychiatry.
      Maura Isles: No, I did one clinical rotation in behavioral neuroscience.
      Jane Rizzoli: That's one more than me. We need to determine if this guy is our serial killer.
      Maura Isles: I should examine him in a medical setting.
      Jane Rizzoli: Get in!

    • Frankie Rizzoli Jr.: So, Detective, what's your next move? I'm just a lowly uniform.
      Barry Frost: And I've never been undercover. What should we do, Detective?
      Riley Cooper: You could start by growing up.
      Barry Frost: This from a woman who practically showed us her nipples at hello.

    • Jane Rizzoli: Oh, it is going to be a long day.
      Maura Isles: I'm fine.
      Jane Rizzoli: No, you're not. You like that idiot.
      Maura Isles: Oh, shh! I do not.
      Jane Rizzoli: Oh, please. You so do, too.

    • Maura Isles: She's very cool.
      Jane Rizzoli: A dead woman masquerading as a statue is cool?
      Maura Isles: No, the body ... it's cold, and it's exhibiting signs of delayed decomposition.
      Jane Rizzoli: So, she was frozen?
      Maura Isles: No, likely kept in cold storage.
      Jane Rizzoli: So, "refrigerated," not "frozen." Got that?

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