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Sexual situations are mild and uncommon for the most part, although in one episode, a woman is almost raped.

In one scene, a female character in a robe removes it in front of a fully clothed man and it is implied she is naked. They embrace and in a later scene we see them in bed after a night of sex holding each other.

Contains infrequent fistfights and shootings. One episode shows the main character getting beaten and bloodied. Some violent situations that may be too intense for younger viewers.

[Season 2]

Season 2 contains violence in the form of crossfires with no details of bloodletting. There are also depictions of homicide victims but without close-up details of wounds and injuries.

Occasional uses of b*tch and wh*re (mainly from antagonists). Infrequent uses of son of a b*tch. Milder language (damn, hell, crap) is also infrequent.

Sexual references are rarely made, but whenever they are, range from mild to fairly strong.

The main characters drink in many episodes. Very infrequent cigar smoking.

[Season 2]

Episode 5, titled 'A Night on the Town', depicts a man is seen putting meth on the table and chopping the powder into a finer substance using a card. The act of snorting is shown twice but contextualized by the narrative, which portrays the man forcing his enemy to consume the drug.

'Blue Bloods' is a 22-episode series revolving around the Reagan family that is made up of law enforcers from the New York City Police Department (NYPD).

Occasional broken limbs on suspects. Main characters will sometimes disregard the well-being of criminals to extract substantial information.

The crime scenes can be bloody at times, and younger viewers may have trouble stomaching some of them.

The Halloween special had an antagonist dress up as a skeleton to go around killing priests.

13+


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