If I were playing the drinking game created by the Cherry Grrl website mentioned in the Los Angeles Times, I”d probably be blotto before the second commercial break.
There are a whole lotta questions I have now that I know will never be answered (were the girls gay in an early draft? Because “Rizzoli & Isles,” while being pretty puffy on the police work, does a nice job of portraying a female friendship, whether or not there”s something bubbling beneath the surface.
“R&I” isn”t the best thing on TV, but it”s not bad.
And maybe that, and not hopes for a kiss or love scene that will never come, is why people are talking about the show at the end of the day.
“Rizzoli & Isles” has become the focus of one of those “are they or aren”t they” debates. The blogosphere (especially the lesbian blogosphere) and the mainstream media have buzzed about it, created a drinking game about it and mostly concluded that, despite the protestations of the show”s creator, Harmon”s Rizzoli and Alexander”s Isles were, well, you know.