Tuesday, September 05, 2017

I Just Called To Say...

Kittens, today marks the year anniversary of the end of “Rizzoli & Isles.” And, yeah, I still miss that show and its crazy, insane, totally gay chemistry. No, the cases didn’t make sense. No, the police procedure wasn’t right. No, I have no idea why didn’t just give in and make Jane and Maura a couple. But despite it all it was still ridiculously fun chronicling seven years worth of Totally Gratuitous, Totally Gay Touching, Eye Sex, Ponytails of Righteous Justice, Aviators of Sexy Justice, Adorable Bickersons and, of course, the Synchronized “Rizzoli” and “Isles” Phone Greetings. And, of course, we'll always gave the Subtext Recaps. Ah, the memories.

6 comments:

Helena said...

Dorothy you certainly do know how to put a smile on my face :)) With all the bad news around this just cheers me up and your sub - text must be reserved in the archives forever - they where the best!

Scamp said...

Your recaps were essential for Rizzles fans. Thank you, once again, for your R&I devotion.

Carmen SanDiego said...

It was the best of times
And the recaps, oh my

Lucy said...

We need to talk about that little leather number Maura is sporting at 0:35....

I know it was subtext, and eventually we all got pissy that they were too scared to take it maintext, but laughing at the OBVIOUSNESS of "teh gay" all while reading your recaps, was really half the fun of that show.

I love that (many of us) can safely come out now, but if there is any good part of being a marginalized group? It's the inside jokes that result from dealing with that nonsense. Just proves how awesome we all are.

#TotallyGratuitouslyToughingYouWithLove

Anonymous said...

Thanks again for those amazing recaps. They showed me my people... and opened up so much more. Plus i laughed my head off. You're the best!

Anonymous said...

I miss the Rizzles, the subtext, the Rack of God, Jane's inability to say no to Maura, the gayest non-gay show on TV, and the recaps, I miss it all! Sure, it wasn't the greatest show on TV, but it was my guilty pleasure, and I'm sad it's gone. I watch the re-runs when I need a jolt of Gayzzoli (they always seem to show the gayest episodes). In my mind, Jane and Maura are together again. Maura has taken a job with the FBI and they are investigating cases.