Blue Bloods: Season 1, Episode 3

Privilege (8 Oct. 2010)

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Erin, Frank and Danny work together within the system to find justice when a rape case's primary suspect is protected by diplomatic immunity.



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Sgt. Anthony Renzulli (as Nick Turturro)
James Colby ...


Although initially skeptical, eager beaver Jamie proves a quick student again when his laid-back beat cop mentor claims simple observation is about the best tool to catch criminals. The third of three NYU campus rape victims hands enough evidence for Danny to make Argentinian deputy consul Claudio Calso's son Sebastian, a college buddy of her fiancé Blake Woods, his prime suspect. Diplomatic immunity isn't waved, which remains a problem even after Frank sneakily gets inadmissible DNA evidence. Written by KGF Vissers

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Blue Bloods- Diplomatic Immunity ****
9 October 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The wonderful show continues with an episode regarding diplomatic immunity. The episode shows the obvious pitfalls of this system when a girl is molested and the son of an ambassador, who also has diplomatic immunity, seems to become the prime suspect.

The wonderful Sunday family dinner becomes once more a testing ground where the subject of diplomatic immunity is discussed. Frank Reagan's lawyer daughter makes some very compelling comments on the positive nature of having diplomatic immunity. Think of our diplomats in some of the mid-eastern countries with their crackpot governments.

Donnie Wahlberg steals this show with his reliance on perception. He seems to be a master at this and viewing a simple tattoo will shockingly provide other details as the culprit, or shall I say culprits are identified.

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