Informed he has terminal cancer, an underachieving chemistry genius turned high school teacher uses his expertise to secretly provide for his family by producing the world's highest quality crystal meth.
Most of the police cars used in Blue Bloods are replicas, bearing the obvious wrong font for the 'NYPD' lettering on the side, having blue lights and bearing the modified NYPD logo that's also worn on the replica uniforms. But in several episodes you can see the replica cars mixed with real-life NYPD police cars. Most of the time the precinct number on the real-life cars are not shown, since the NYPD doesn't allow real-life precinct numbers being used in TV shows. See more »
Finally a Excellent Cop show, articulate and entertaining
When it comes to being entertained by a television whodunit show that grasps your interest for more than one episode is not an easy task in todays full ocean of police dramas; Yet Blue bloods managed to pull it off and is well worth your time, it is not a fleeting infatuation.
Ever since the CSI whodunit franchise, there have been numerous shows that have germinated and diluted the "waters". This new and intellectual drama shows great promise.
The characters are well rounded, the scripted dialogue is thought out well and seems more authentic than a reality shows alleged discourse.
In Summary, Blue bloods brings back good acting, drama and story lines that are intertwined very well with the characters family and professional lives that appeals to any difficult audience. The acting is that of a big budget Hollywood movie, and Tom Selleck gives us an excellent performance and quite possibly his best to date.
After being hooked on this series just after the first episodes, my addiction grows stronger by the week. I give this show a definite 10 stars and recommend you allocate 60 minutes of your time for this superb production.
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