Rizzoli & Isles (2010–2016)
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It Takes a Village 

Mummified remains of a woman put the team's investigative skills to the test. Jane works from her hospital room as she - with the support of Maura and her family - seeks to recover from a devastating loss.

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Nina Holiday
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Gwen Miller
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Howard Ames
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Joe Martin
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Cathy Graff
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Bill Hamilton
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Mummified remains of a woman put the team's investigative skills to the test. Jane works from her hospital room as she - with the support of Maura and her family - seeks to recover from a devastating loss.

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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Maura Isles mentions that the panda is closely related to the spectacled bear of South Africa. The spectacled bear is native to North Western South America and is not found in South Africa. See more »

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Detective Vince Korsak: Any idea how long she's been dead?
Dr. Maura Isles: Difficult to say, more than two years, less than ten
Detective Vince Korsak: Is that based on the dryness of the corpse?
Dr. Maura Isles: No, the color of her shirt. That was a very popular style in the mid 0's
Detective Vince Korsak: Hm, who says that fashion doesn't have a place in forensics
Dr. Maura Isles: Certainly not me
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