Something of a wedge is driven between Jane and Maura when they investigate the death of Adam Fairfield, the head of one of the oldest and richest families in Boston. Maura knows the family well and was once engaged to Garrett Fairfield, Adam's younger brother. Jane wants to treat this like any other case but Maura thinks she should cut the family some slack, particularly since she hasn't yet determined a cause of death. Jane thinks Maura wants her to go easy because they're rich and important. When Maura does in fact determine that Adam was murdered, she also finds a clue that leads to the killer - an cashmere sweater. Jane meanwhile learns that her mother Angela has taken to selling a tonic of sorts in local pubs.
Did You Know?
Many of the episode titles are also the names of songs; "Money for Nothing" is by Dire Straits. See more
When Frankie goes to the bar talk to his mother, she gives him a bottle with a red liquid. When the bottle is shown again, he is holding one with a blue liquid and she hands over another with a red one. See more
Detective Jane Rizzoli
You believe in love at first sight?
Dr. Maura Isles
Immediate attraction is pure narcissism.