Rizzoli & Isles

Season 4 Episode 13

Tears of a Clown

13
Aired Tuesday 9:00 PM Feb 25, 2014 on TNT
6.6
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Jane and Maura try to catch a kidnapper who dresses as a clown. As things heat up between Jane and Casey, they must face the realities about their relationship. Maura deals with an emotional problem.

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  • career always first

    7.0
    Don't normally agree with isles but in this case what she told the young woman was right the pain over a breakup will fade, passing up on a career making job would haunt her for the rest of her life. I tell my nieces career first second and third the rest is just a weight of good.
  • Tears of a Clown

    7.5
    Rizzoli and Isles returns with a bang in its midseason premiere. The show gets you to care about the case, and about the personal issues going on with the cast at the same time.



    I thought they could have gone a little crazier with the clown storyline, but edginess is not Rizzoli and Isles' forte. Still strong enough for me to thoroughly enjoy it.
  • I Hate Clowns.

    10
    When a clown tries to kidnap a young child, an innocent bystander intervenes to rescue the child, a struggle takes place and the innocent bystander wines up dead. Which brings up an old case, then another child named Kevin is kidnapped by a clown and HQ gets a video link by the clown with Kevin. They track down where the house is and find Kevin and he seems to be okay, down in the basement they find the clown dead, only to discover that the clown (Brent was murdered). As Maura discovers Brent didn't kidnap any child, there is another clown on the loose, Rizzoli has a theory about Brent Miller (who did kidnap a boy back in the 80's and killed him) which proves to be right. There was another child Derrick Johnson, as it turns out Maura tested Johnson's DNA, but it wasn't his, but someone closely related to Derrick. It turns out to be Derrick's older brother Eli, who killed the innocent bystander who also murdered Brent Miller. I hope Casey and Jane do get married its 2014, you can both have it all, Casey can still get his promotion to become General and Jane can still be Detective Rizzoli. Fantastic Episode As Always.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.

Keir O'Donnell

Keir O'Donnell

Craig Johnson

Guest Star

Max Charles

Max Charles

Kevin Silver

Guest Star

Sky Soleil

Sky Soleil

Derrick Johnson

Guest Star

Chris Vance

Chris Vance

Lt. Col. Charles "Casey" Jones

Recurring Role

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  • QUOTES (4)

    • Jane Rizzoli: One of us has to ruin our career for us to be together. It's...it's not fair.
      Maura Isles: If life were fair, all seven billion of us would have one shoe and a piece of cardboard to call home.
      Jane Rizzoli: How are you gonna survive with one shoe?
      Maura Isles: How will I survive without my best friend?

    • Maura Isles: I think I was really talking to you when I told Neda to follow her own path.
      Jane Rizzoli: So you think Casey should be the one to give up everything?
      Maura Isles: Well, I like the idea of that better than the idea of you on an army base, serving mint juleps to Casey's officers.
      Jane Rizzoli: Don't worry.
      Maura Isles: Really?
      Jane Rizzoli: Yeah, I'm sure they all drink beer.

    • Frankie Rizzoli: Ah, I remember that kid. His face was everywhere, even on milk cartons.
      Vince Korsak: Yeah, the only witness to Nick's kidnapping was a housewife who saw it from her kitchen window.
      Barry Frost: A housewife?
      Vince Korsak: Are you gonna tell me the ladies like to be called domestic engineers?
      Barry Frost: The ladies?
      Vince Korsak: Oh, stop busting my balls.

    • Jane Rizzoli: Anything on the plastic flower?
      Maura Isles: Uh, we did a headspace analysis.
      Jane Rizzoli: I'd like a headspace analysis. It would help me figure out if I'm going to marry the love of my life, or stay here and solve murders and become an old cat lady.
      Maura Isles: You'll never be a cat lady. You'll be a dog lady.
      Jane Rizzoli: Phew.

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