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Melt My Heart to Stone 

Frankie's promotion to detective goes to someone the detectives have a history with. The man Maura saved in the morgue returns to a cold reception. The case of the week is a body encased in... See full summary »

Director:

Michael Katleman

Writers:

Janet Tamaro (developed by), Janet Tamaro (teleplay by) | 4 more credits »

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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Angie Harmon ... Jane Rizzoli
Sasha Alexander ... Maura Isles
Brian Goodman ... Lieutenant Sean Cavanaugh
Jordan Bridges ... Frankie Rizzoli Jr.
Lee Thompson Young ... Barry Frost
Bruce McGill ... Vince Korsak
Lorraine Bracco ... Angela Rizzoli
Colin Egglesfield ... Tommy Rizzoli
Alexandra Holden ... Lydia Sparks
Daniella Alonso ... Riley Cooper
Tina Huang ... Susie Chang
Darryl Alan Reed ... Rondo
Scott Haven ... Todd 'Bear' Brown
Eddie Cibrian ... Dennis Rockmond
Kelly Mantle ... Kitty
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Storyline

Frankie's promotion to detective goes to someone the detectives have a history with. The man Maura saved in the morgue returns to a cold reception. The case of the week is a body encased in plaster on public display on a fountain and it's not the first or the last. Written by David Foss

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Genres:

Crime | Drama | Mystery

Certificate:

TV-14 | See all certifications »
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Trivia

The letter the detective squad receives that begins "Dear Boss," which Rizzoli is seen holding, is a reference to a letter received the Central News Agency in London, and turned over to Scotland Yard on September 29, 1888. It begins "Dear Boss," and like the letter received by the fictional Boston police, insinuates that the Scotland Yard detectives are pursuing the wrong suspect. The writer also refers to his murders as his "work," several times, just as in the show. The 1888 letter is signed "Yours truly Jack the Ripper." This is how the name "Jack the Ripper" was coined. The detectives in charge of the investigation in 1888 suspected that the "Jack the Ripper" letter was a hoax by a reporter, though, hence addressing the Central News Agency as "Boss." See more »

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Ignition
Written by August Wisbon
Performed by DJ Roc
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

14 August 2012 (USA) See more »

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