Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Rizzisles 5 Minute Deleted Scene: Favorite Dates

Jane and Maura gave us another deleted scene this Monday, deceivingly telling us that they would be discussing their favorite dates. While they didn't quite talk about the dates that we'd like to hear about, they still gave us some nice subtext to make it through the week.
The ladies started off the night with an interesting conversation about one of Jane's resolutions...
Hm, so apparently Jane's resolution was not to have "second dinner" this year. Now, if your mind went to the same place that mine did, then you are wondering why on earth Jane would say no to it.
Apparently, though, Jane has realized her mistake and thinks that they should have second dinner. I think she wants second dinner right now [Maura must look lovely in whatever it is that she's wearing] but Maura shuts her down. I'm thinking she's still upset about the scarf thing last week...
Now, the scene begins with Maura reading a book. Jane is not interested in the book. Jane is interested in Maura, so she teases Maura to distract her. Conversations about the advancements in technology [particularly plumbing and auto correct] ensue. The usual cute couply teasing also ensues.
Maura asks Jane what time she would like to go to. Rather than being witty and saying "last night" [because I'm sure Jane can't say that in front of an audience, that's private couple teasing] she suggests that last Tuesday would be a wonderful time to return to.
Maura realizes that Jane is making fun of her, and she's probably making that adorable slightly hurt face. And then my fangirl heart flutters when Jane asks if she can make it up to Maura. Then everyone's minds go to the gutter when Maura asks if Jane knows what she's wanted to do with her all week [please, Maura, enlighten us. Would it involve that scarf in any way..?]
Maura wants to go to yoga, which we all know is some sort of euphemism. They're going to find their centers, together, on the floor. Yep.
Jane thinks that they've said enough for tonight, because apparently they cannot give us all of the details of their make up "yoga" time. Plus, if she make another mistake she might end up running another marathon in spandex [although I'm sure none of us, including Maura, would mind seeing that]
We're given a promise for drinks again next week, if Jane can get out of her "reverse moon-dog" pose. Let's hope Maura takes it easy with her so we can enjoy more subtext next week ;]
Thanks for reading, and please leave a comment, they make me happy. See you all next week at The Robber! And if you can't make it, hopefully I'll see you here reading the tweetcap.

Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Rizzisles Tweets: A Night at The Robber

Monday nights are on again with @JaneRizzoli and @MauraIsles on twitter, and we are all relieved! This Monday, we had another relaxing night at The Dirty Robber with Jane and Maura, and the ladies were entertaining us before they even arrived.

The ladies begin with their usual banter. Jane is waiting for Maura to get dressed, as usual. [We all know that couple- one will throw on anything and be ready, and they're left waiting for their significant other to try on fifteen outfits and then end up wearing the very first one they tried on, anyway.]
Jane is teasing her girlfriend over the ridiculous size of her closet [a femme has to have a wide selection of blouses, Jane!]. While she's busy teasing, Maura nearly leaves our Detective. And of course, when Jane asks to drive, Maura simply answers with an "I don't think so, Jane". And yes, as you may have guessed, Jane has no objection to this, because Maura pretty much calls the shots around here.

Now, I've just chosen a few subtexty tweets, because The Dirty Robber was extremely full last night, and the ladies were tweeting like mad!

Jane agrees with Angie that "anything is possible", and she goes on to make a joke about Maura's knowledge of just what is and isn't possible. I'm sure you can all let your minds wander on this one...Maura, Jane, and a physics lesson...hm....

Jane clearly doesn't understand the concept of an actor or actress as a potential love interest, because we all know that Maura is her girlfriend, and quite frankly that wouldn't fly with her. Plus, Jane stands by the fact that she's not a fictional character, so she's sidestepping the questions of who should be cast as her love interest should be without being too specific, lest she suggest that the "documentary" is scripted. At least, that's how I interpret it ;]

After a celebratory toast in honor of the birth of Sasha Alexander's baby boy, Jane vaguely mentions that she has many talents. I'm sure Maura can tell us all about them...

So, apparently Jane can't tell us whether or not she had to use her cuffs over the holidays. Jane plays the innocent because I'm sure she can get in some sort of trouble with PD if she uses her cuffs for non-work reasons. I mean, the Captain would say that they're for business, not pleasure ;p
Now, at the mention of the "incident" during the finale, Jane's answer is rather interesting. As usual, she avoids the subject. On top of that, though, she makes a further comment- she doesn't comment on the fact that it was traumatizing for her, or that she was still getting over it. Jane's response is all about Maura, and that discussing the incident is upsetting to her. I suppose we know that Jane can recuperate from shooting herself in the gut, but it takes an emotional toll on Maura, and Jane's aware of that.
Jane won't come right out and tell us who kissed who for New Year's, but she does tell us that "we" had a good time. We all know who "we" is, ladies. I'm pretty sure "we" got some mistletoe action in, too. 
Now, apparently Maura bought Jane a scarf for Christmas. And it's a pink [mauve] scarf, to boot! At the suggestion that Jane may have re-gifted it, Maura turns on her characteristic sniffle, turning Jane into Hurt Girlfriend Damage Control Jane. Jane goes so far as to tell Maura that she'll wear the pink/mauve scarf to yoga classes. Jane, pink, and yoga are three words that don't add up. Unless you add Maura into the equation. Let us do the math.
Jane+(Maura+pink scarf+yoga)=Whipped Jane.
Now, I suggested to Jane that yoga in a scarf could be potentially dangerous. And her answer is laced with ellipses. The pregnant pauses here, specifically the one before friends, suggests what we all know- that Maura is much more than a mere "friend" to Jane, and that she would risk being strangled by her own [very pink] scarf just to please the M.E.
Well, that's it for this tweetcap. I plan on doing regular coverage on Monday nights once again, plus [hopefully] a collection of other subtexty tweets on Friday or Sunday. We'll see how it goes.
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