When a forensic accountant is gunned down in a park, Jane and Maura are drawn into a sophisticated Ponzi scheme. But the biggest surprise in the case is Jane's discovery that her prime suspect is someone from Maura's past. Jane also makes a life-changing career decision.
Did You Know?
In the opening scene, the framed photos on the bar change positions multiple times in the alternating camera angles. From Jane's perspective they are all next to each other, from Maura's point of view two frames altetnate having a corner over the other. See more
Frankie Rizzoli could not have become a cop the way he described. The Boston police, like all the cities and towns in Massachusetts, is Civil Service and requires that one takes a competitive exam and be placed on a list ranked by one's score. It is only after one is appointed to fill a position on the police force that one is sent to an academy. One can not just "go" to a police academy in this state. See more
[Theorizing what could have happened
That doesn't make any sense. It's not a professional hit. A pro wouldn't use a shotgun. It's not a robbery, nothing is taken
Could be random
I hate random
References The Jerry Springer Show