This week’s episode of Blue Bloods was technically titled “Women with Guns,” but it should have been called, “Let’s all Giggle About Dad’s Sex Life.” It was funny to see Danny so uncomfortable about the idea that his dad is meeting a woman in a hotel ro more
" The Life We Chose " highlighted the frightening reality of a cop's life, not just for the officer but for all of those that surround him or her.
The moment that truck pulled out in front Danny and Jackie I knew they were in trouble, or more specifica more
Blue Bloods gave us several very different looks at " Parenthood " as one man gave up his future for his son while another father couldn't be bothered to reschedule lunch for his daughter.
How could anyone not feel for the Ortiz family? They worked har more
The opening robbery scene was one of the of most intense of any of the Blue Bloods episodes. The racism should have been beside the point considering the family’s lives were in danger, but it made the situation ten times worse; for it not to be a random more
If you believe in God, how do you talk to him and more importantly, does he talk back? Those were some of the questions that " Leap of Faith " circled around on Blue Bloods .
When Sandy stood their screaming at Danny that God told her Charles killed he more
Unfortunately every generation seems to have a question about where they were when one event changed the way we all view the world. For my parent's generation it was where were you when Kennedy was shot? For my generation it's where were you on 9/11?
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 duty to protec more