How do you recruit for the NYPD? Frank Reagan struggles with that question as " The Uniform " looks at who chooses to wear one and why.
Why does someone want to be an NYPD Officer? It is obviously a dangerous job. Add to it that New York City is expens more
It was classic Frank form to categorically oppose using 9/11 as a recruiting sales pitch for the force , and it did seem incredibly tasteless. While I understand what the guy pitching it was trying to do, appeal to potential cops senses of more
It's not only big brother who is watching. It's everyone else too. Blue Bloods proved that all of us live our lives in the spotlight, whether we like it or not.
" Whistle Blower " started off with our murder victim watching a giant blow up rat being fi more
By now we know that if a couple is enjoying a romantic dinner on Blue Bloods and one of them isn’t a Regan, someone’s going to be shot and killed. “Whistle Blower,” as expected follows sweet candle-lit romantic moment wit more
Apparently no one in the Reagan family was safe this week. Blue Bloods had Jamie " Moonlighting " as a stock trader, Danny chauffeuring an imprisoned mobster, and Erin courting an art thief. In the end, none of the Reagan kids had a very good day.
True to form, Frank puts, “checking up on my kids’ crazy antics” as top priority police business. If there’s ever an internal investigation on him the report will come up with the only infraction as, “extreme helicopter pa more
Blue Bloods gave us a heartfelt " Thanksgiving " episode that included terror threats, art thieves, murder, and gambling debts. But at least they said grace at the end.
Nothing ever goes easy for the Reagan family but at least they band together throug more
BLUE BLOODS Season 2, Episode 8 “Thanksgiving” – f they had let grandpa die, what would be the point of tuning in every week? No one to call Frank Francis, no one to make old-timing observations? Blue Bloods would have to fill the time with Ja more