Rizzoli & Isles: Season 3, Episode 8

Cuts Like a Knife (24 Jul. 2012)

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The gruesome murder of a bride and the disappearance of her sister lead Jane to a crazy jealous rival and a bigger even more gruesome criminal enterprise. Meanwhile Jane's brother and ... See full summary »


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Chris Harris
Vicky Collins
Riley Cooper
E. Ambriz DeColosio ...
Manny 'Chatterbox' Cruz (as Eduardo Ambriz DeColosio)
Graham Randall
Det. Robin Monroe
Anja Babic (as Dina Zugec)


The gruesome murder of a bride and the disappearance of her sister lead Jane to a crazy jealous rival and a bigger even more gruesome criminal enterprise. Meanwhile Jane's brother and partner are dating Jane's next door neighbor which conflicts with Jane's moving plans but Jane is more concerned about her neighbor's profession. Written by David Foss

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In Croatian, "Cutthroat" is "Koljach". It is pronounced the same in Serbian, but in that language is spelled with Cyrillic letters. It is impossible to distinguish whether the single letter "K" is in the Roman alphabet or the Cyrillic. See more »


Maura repeatedly identifies the Cutthroat's mark as a "...Cyrillic letter 'K'...". However, of the Cyrillic letters that have the same forms as Roman letters (which 'K' is one), it is impossible to identify a single letter as Cyrillic without the context of other letters unique to that alphabet. Similarly, it would be impossible to determine whether a lone "P" was a Roman 'P' (representing the sound

) or a Cyrillic 'P' (representing the sound [r]). See more »

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Poorly written, fun characters but so badly written that I will not watch again.
26 July 2012 | by (Mi., USA) – See all my reviews

This show had great potential but failed to live up to expectations. Poor writing is to blame. Example: In tonight's show, 7/26/2012, The "other girl" meets her other boyfriend at the same bar that she was seeing her first boyfriend at just minutes before, without any idea of when the first boyfriend would leave, if ever before closing. This poorly written show does not give the main charters, who are played by decent actresses, an opportunity to show off their abilities since it is so poorly written. So Stupid! This show is written for 10 year olds that don't have the mental capacity to understand if it is any good and the hope of the producer's is that the main actors will be liked enough for it to succeed in spite of it's shortfalls. I couldn't watch any more and won't bother in the future.

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