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All Good Things Come To An End: We Say Goodbye to 'Rizzoli & Isles' After 7 Seasons

After 105 episodes, 'Rizzoli & Isles' wraps with an emotionally charged finale that will leave fans both sad and happy that their favorite characters were given a proper farewell.

A sarcastic, streetwise cop with plenty of attitude to spare. An upper class medical examiner who doesn't quite get the nuances of sarcasm. It doesn't exactly sound like a match made in heaven, but for seven seasons Rizzoli & Isles took on the bad guys in Boston and made it work. Averaging over six million viewers a season, Rizzoli & Isles made crime-fighting look good in high heels and boots, but the high cost of production brought the series to an end on Monday, September 5th.

After 105 episodes, the series wraps with an emotionally charged finale that will leave fans both sad and happy that their favorite characters were given a proper farewell. Still, we'll miss so much about these fantastic ladies and the cast that brought us laughter, suspense, mystery, and tears over the past seasons. It's difficult to pick out what we'll miss the most, but most goodbyes are better short so here are my top three choices.

The bond between two women who couldn't be more different.

Maura Isles has money, more knowledge than most people have in a lifetime, and a hard time with letting loose. Jane Rizzoli has a difficult time with commitment and emotion, hates fancy clothes, and comes from a middle-class working family. We watched as these two women developed a friendship that transcended the bonds of societal class. It didn't matter that Jane didn't understand everything Maura said or that Maura thought Jane could use a little more culture. It only mattered that they were best friends who were willing to risk everything to save one another.

The Humor In Every Episode

Seriously, not an episode went by that didn't bring on the laughs. Whether it was Jane's impatience with Maura's unwillingness for conjecture or Maura's inability to pick up on sarcasm, Rizzol & Isles delivered the humor. Even in the midst of serious episodes, an occasional one-liner broke up the heaviness.

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