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But I love you. And I hate it when you hate me. Maura and I aren't a couple, Ma. The number of times they've seen each other naked: Changing into her uniform "Well I hate it more when you undress and drive!
They spend all of two episodes being mad at each other before becoming close friends again with Jane acting very upset upon seeing that Maura hurt her leg and doing her best to help her, as well as accidentally touching her butt when pushing her up a hill, saying that she will never leave Maura and finally both making up by hugging and saying "I missed you.
Jane telling her mother that they do have a doctor in the family, while gazing soulfully across the couch at Maura. Jane is speculating about donating a kidney and says that while her brothers would need to be really nice to her, it's Maura's for the taking. After Patrick Doyle, Maura's biological grandfather, tears into Maura for signing him out of prison for parole, Jane angrily tells Maura to "Throw it back". Patrick agrees, saying, "Listen to your girlfriend.
And the fact that she starts crying at the end of the scene. And they are not happy tears. When they go to Jane's high school reunion, Jane writes them both name tags, and slaps Maura's right on her boobs. No wonder several of her old classmates assume they're more than just friends. The road trip to Connecticut in "Family Matters.
Season 6 in general. Comments on Jane's recurrent man trouble are a Once an Episode occurrence, likewise every episode starting early morning in Maura's kitchen. Meanwhile, the writers seem to be playing up every possible excuse to put the leading ladies in as many Not What It Looks Like situations as possible. She is the eldest Rizzoli sibling,  and graduated from high school inwhich puts Jane's birth year at Raised in the blue-collar Boston suburb of RevereJane has fought long and hard to win the respect of her colleagues, but it is her relationship with her equally stubborn mother, Angela Rizzoli, that sometimes proves to be her biggest headache.
During her time on the force, she had a traumatic experience at the hands of a serial killer known as "The Surgeon", Charles Hoyt. While trying to rescue one of his victims, she was taken by surprise from behind and almost became a victim herself.
She has matching scars in the center of her palms where Hoyt stabbed her with scalpels, keeping her pinned to the ground. Her original partner, Vince Korsak, saved her life, and Jane survived the brutal, near-death attack by Hoyt. Although she put Hoyt behind bars, she is still haunted by him.
She learned that she was pregnant at the end of season four, owing to a liaison with her old boyfriend Casey, but lost the baby midway through the fifth season when she was attacked while protecting a key witness in a case. Maura Dorothea Isles Sasha Alexander: Isles is a forensic expert working at the Boston Police Department. She is Jane's best friend. Maura is a walking encyclopediaable to spout out facts regardless of whether or not they are relevant to a case.
She has a pet tortoise named Bass, after noted forensic anthropologist William M. Maura is not easily ruffled and has a steady temperament. She absolutely loves examining dead bodies, but she has a tendency to diagnose living people a little too often. She is the adopted only child of a wealthy family.
In high school, she was nicknamed "Maura-The-Bore-A" because her classmates thought she was boring. She is always impeccably dressed and is known around the force as "Queen of the Dead"; her ring tone on Jane's phone appropriately plays Chopin 's " Funeral March ".
Maura is the complete opposite of Jane, though they are best friends; Rizzoli is more of a tomboy, while Maura always looks like she is going to a fashion shoot rather than to the morgue or a crime scene. Though Maura is socially awkward and has trouble with men because of her brutal honesty and habit of revealing all their medical conditions, she is not awkward around Jane.
She can analyze x-rays and blood chemistries and can slice open muscles and organs but possesses no scalpel with which to dissect human emotions.
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Maura also cannot lie; if she does, she breaks out in hives. It is later revealed that her biological father is an Irish crime boss named Paddy Doyle, something she finds out while investigating her half-brother's death. She finds out in the episode "What Doesn't Kill You" 3. She subsequently visited a cemetery containing a gravestone with the name "Baby Maura Doyle" on it. Angela Rizzoli Lorraine Bracco: Jane, Frankie and Tommy's overbearing mother. Angela is fiercely protective of her children, saying she has not slept since Jane decided to become a cop.
Angela wishes Jane could be a little more feminine and is constantly trying to set her up on dates. She currently works at the bar that Vince Korsak bought and that they all frequent. The two maintain a close bond after years of working together, but Korsak is clearly bothered that he is no longer partnered with Jane.
He seems to care for her like a daughter and is nearly as protective of her as Angela is. It is revealed in the series pilot that he saved her life from Hoyt. He will drop whatever he is doing on a moment's notice to rescue an animal, and enjoys watching videos of dogs on the Internet. After remaining a detective for nearly his entire career, Korsak was finally promoted to sergeant-detective in season two, and took the lieutenant's exam in season five. In preparing for retirement, Vince bought the local bar that they all frequent, the Dirty Robber, and employed Angela.
Korsak has been divorced 3 times, despite the jokes that he is behind the times he is very wise and observant. He also has several hobbies including playing guitar and sailing, Maura has even once before asked him for his expertise on seaman knots and skills. A whiz when it comes to computers and technology, he is terrified of dead bodies and becomes ill at the sight of blood. He is very protective of Jane and stands by her like a loyal, tough partner. In the season five premiere, he is killed in a car accident while returning from vacation.
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In the season five finale, the team establish the Barry Frost Memorial Scholarship, intended for students who are academically gifted and seek to go into professions that would help others but lack the resources to do so.
Francesco "Frankie" Rizzoli, Jr. Jane's brother and police officer. He looks up to Jane, but does not like feeling caught in her shadow, especially as he tries to make his own way on the police force. Like all the men in Jane's life, Frankie is more protective of Jane than she would like. He is a cop against his mother's wishes, and sees his sister as a role model.
In season four, Frankie is promoted to detective and starts taking night classes in computer science in season five to increase his skill set in Frost's absence. In season seven, he begins a romantic relationship with Nina and eventually successfully proposes to her.
Sean Cavanaugh Brian Goodman Seasons 3—4, main; 1—2, 5, recurring: Fiercely loyal to Jane and an old friend of Korsak, Sean is willing to bend the rules for his guys. It is later discovered that Sean lost his wife and son in a fire set by Paddy Doyle back when he and Korsak were rookies.
Nina Holiday Idara Victor Seasons 6—7, main; 5, recurring: Formerly a detective, Holiday transferred to Boston Homicide in order to hone her analytical skills in an office-based environment.
Kent Drake Adam Sinclair Season 7, main; 6, recurring: Recurring cast and characters[ edit ] Annabeth Gish as Alice Sands. Alice was born into a distinguished law enforcement family, but she dropped out of the police academy while Jane was enrolled.
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Alice was second in her class behind Jane, after having been the best at everything prior to then. This created her dangerous fixation on Jane, which led to Alice inserting herself into a circle of tunnel residents and having them do her bidding.
Following a shootout at Korsak's wedding reception, Jane seems to make a personal vendetta against Alice. Jane ultimately corners Alice, who has taken a teenager hostage, and shoots her dead. This leaves her team to wonder if Jane shot her in the line of duty or an act of vengeance. She has described herself as having a very physical memory; when circumstances required her to take point in an investigation, she made various dioramas to explain her reasoning.
In the third-season episode "Class Action Satisfaction", she is revealed to be a nudist. She was killed in the sixth-season episode "Misconduct" as part of a complex plan to frame the forensics department for poor handling of a recent case, but the subsequent investigation exposed the killer's true agenda.