Rizzoli and Isles: Season 3 (2012)


Season 3
Rizzoli and Isles

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Episodes

Air date: Jun 5, 2012

Jane and Maura's friendship is strained after the shooting of Maura's biological father; Jane's relationship with Agent Dean is exposed.

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Air date: Jun 12, 2012

Tension mounts between Jane and Maura; Jane and Maura investigate the death of a college student; Angela is upset by Frankie Sr.'s news.

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Air date: Jun 19, 2012

Maura meets a man in an unusual way; Jane has mixed emotions when someone from her past returns.

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Air date: Jun 26, 2012

Jane and Maura must piece together clues when the bodies of young women dressed as dolls are found on the public transit system; Angela makes changes at the cafe; Jane learns more about Casey's injury.

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Air date: Jul 3, 2012

Jane tries to find a way to get Maura to meet her biological mother; Angela gets involved in a political campaign; a nun from Jane and Frankie Jr.'s past returns.

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Air date: Jul 10, 2012

Jane and Maura investigate when a financier is found in a trash can, wearing a cloak and mask; Maura makes a deeper connection with her biological mother and half-sister.

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Air date: Jul 17, 2012

Detectives must piece together clues to find the murderer of two psychiatrists; a medical examiner offers to help Jane and Maura on a case.

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Air date: Jul 24, 2012

Jane and Maura investigate the murder of a bride; Jane's new neighbor captures the attention of Angela, Frankie and Frost.

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Air date: Jul 31, 2012

Jane and Frankie work hard to solve the murder of someone who grew up with them; Jane and Maura must decide when to reveal the truth about Lydia's pregnancy to Angela.

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Air date: Aug 14, 2012

A statue breaks open to reveal a dead woman inside; the squad gets a new homicide detective; Dennis Rockmond returns to Boston and tries to woo Maura; Lydia goes into labor.

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Cast & Crew

Angie Harmon
Detective Jane Rizzoli

Actor
Sasha Alexander
Maura Isles

Actor
Lorraine Bracco
Angela Rizzoli

Actor
Lee Thompson Young
Detective Barry Frost

Actor
Bruce McGill
Detective Vince Korsak

Actor
Jordan Bridges
Frankie Rizzoli Jr.

Actor
Brian Goodman
Lt. Detective Sean Cavanaugh

Actor
Colin Egglesfield
Tommy Rizzoli

Guest Star
Chris Vance
Lt. Col. Charles 'Casey' Jones

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Sharon Lawrence
Dr. Hope Martin

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Tina Huang
Susie Chang

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Alan Rachins
Stanley

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Jenny O'Hara
Sister Winifred Callahan

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Darryl Alan Reed
Rondo

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Alexandra Holden
Lydia Sparks

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Eddie Cibrian
Dennis Rockmond

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Thomas R. Baker
Police Detective in Suit

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Gerald Downey
Morgue Tech

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CG Thomas
Officer

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Anthony Jennings
Amputee Soldier

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Janet Tamaro
Executive Producer
Bill Haber
Executive Producer
Joel Fields
Executive Producer
Michael M. Robin
Consulting Producer
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Critic Reviews for Rizzoli and Isles: Season 3

Audience Reviews for Rizzoli and Isles: Season 3

  • Jun 11, 2020
    After see this serie in a couple of episodes, she is the perfect Jennifer Walters/She-Hulk.
  • Jan 30, 2016
    I've watched this since my local OTA channel started a few months ago started playing 2 episodes a weekend. This was put in place where I used to watch Bones, and then The Closer. Great, a new woman-centric mystery, I thought. I've stuck with it till now, but I have to ditch on this nonsense. Talk about "derivative." I think the writers pull out old episodes of other mysteries and borrow the salient facts of the plot and write their own version. I've seen several Bones plots hinted at through episodes, and they must also be watching some kind of slasher or serial killer programs because they keep going back to the same plots. It's all way too local, these serial killer-after-Rizzoli stories and Isles-chooses-men-poorly. Three members of the same family working together in the same building also smacks of nepotism that I suspect one doesn't find in the Boston PD these days. Let me be clear: there need to be more programs that star women, and there are appealing aspects of this program, but the writing stinks. It's unimaginative, pulling soap-operaish plots from a thin file and recycling these actresses through each season. Kudos to Harmon, Alexander, and Bracco for having relatively normal lives (homes, spouses, children) and playing attractive smart women "of a certain age." But the creator and producers have a lot to answer for. They have fallen down on making this a much better program, as it could be. I vote you keep the cast and replace the producers and writers.

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