4x09 No One Mourns the Wicked
First Aired: Aug. 20, 2013 on TNT
Summary: When Jane and Maura are asked to present the case of serial killer Charles Hoyt at a symposium for law enforcement, Jane worries that her greatest challenge will be facing bad memories. However, as she and Maura begin a simulation of investigating Hoyt’s murders, they soon come across a…
Maura Isles: Well, you presented a unique challenge to someone like Charles Hoyt
Jane Rizzoli: So, I should take it as a complement that he tried to kill me?
Maura Isles: I suppose
Maura Isles: It's not a grain, it's a chenopod
Jane Rizzoli: Well, I don't like chenopads
Maura Isles: [Smilingly] Chenopod! Quinoa is closely related to beets, spinach and tumbleweed
Jane Rizzoli: Tumbleweed? Yeah, put that on the top of my do-not-serve list too!
Jane Rizzoli: I hope it's a better negative-negative this time
Maura Isles: Let's not anticipate results, but I think it might be
Jane Rizzoli: I see something. Looks like snakes on a stick. Are those wings?
Maura Isles: I think it could be the Rod of Asclepius, which often gets confused with the Caduceus
Jane Rizzoli: Who would get confused?
Maura Isles: Well, the Caduceus is two snakes entwined around the magic wand of Hermes, topped by wings
Jane Rizzoli: Right, who doesn't know that?
Maura Isles: You'd be surprised!