Season 6, Episode 2
|Airdate||June 23rd, 2015|
|Producer||Kevin G. Cremin; Alfonso I. Delgado; Joel Fields; Bill Haber; Ken Hanes; Alicia Kirk; Ron McGee; Jan Nash; Greg Prange; Michael Sardo; Eve Watterson; Katie Wech|
|Starring||Angie Harmon; Sasha Alexander; Jordan Bridges; Idara Victor; Bruce McGill; Lorraine Bracco|
"Bassholes" is the second episode of season six of the crime drama/mystery series Rizzoli & Isles and the seventy-sixth episode of the series overall. It was directed by Chad Lowe with a script written by Michael Sardo. It first aired on TNT on Tuesday, June 23rd, 2015.
Principal Cast Edit
|Angie Harmon||Jane Rizzoli|
|Sasha Alexander||Maura Isles|
|Jordan Bridges||Frankie Rizzoli, Jr.|
|Idara Victor||Nina Holiday|
|Bruce McGill||Vince Korsak|
|Lorraine Bracco||Angela Rizzoli|
Guest Stars Edit
|Adam Sinclair||Kent Drake|
|Lochlyn Munro||Skeet Martin|
|Abby Brammell||Linda Hendrickson|
|Austin Highsmith||Carla Harris|
|Gary Hudson||Jay Butler|
|Dave Power||Cliff Davis|
|John Rushing||Boyd Jones|
|Aaron Pont||Mark Harris|
|Jaime Collaco||Officer Garcia|
|Chase Kim||Detective James Ward|
Notes & Trivia Edit
- Rizzoli & Isles is based on a series of novels by Tess Gerritsen.
- Series created and developed for television by Janet Tamaro.
- This episode had a viewership of 4.005 million people, which is down .389 from the season premiere.
- The title of this episode is a combination of bass, which is a species of fish, and asshole, which is a vulgar term used to describe an unlikable person.
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