When a doorman at a New York City hot spot is murdered, Danny returns to investigate the nightclub scene he left behind years ago. Meanwhile, Frank makes a decision about an ex-partner's future.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Vince Walker
Sabrina's Lawyer (as Kieran Yaeger)
Lydia Gonsalves


King, the star bouncer of New York's hottest night club, is shot shortly after denying Wall Street youngster tycoon Lemon entry. Danny braves his wife's jealousy to investigate to foxy owner Sabrina's potential motive, only to find it was a ricochet, so King wasn't the target. Jamie is puzzled by another meeting he presumes intended to recruit him for the Blue Templar case and finds his father supportive after telling the job cost him his fiancée. Chief Frank finds old friend Jimmy Burke's candidacy for a career end promotion goes utterly wrong. Written by KGF Vissers

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3 December 2010 (USA)  »

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During their breakfast, Frank mentions that Jimmy Burke is currently the CO of the 15th Precinct. The 15th, a fictional precinct, is the one portrayed in NYPD Blue (1993). See more »


At 42:23, Linda raises a glass of wine with her right hand. In the next shot she is raising it with her left hand. See more »


Nicky Reagan-Boyle: [Reading from a fortune cookie] "A mysterious stranger is on his way."
Erin Reagan-Boyle: No, he's not.
Nicky Reagan-Boyle: Yes, he is.
Frank Reagan: Your grandpa has 36,000 armed men at his disposal, he's not.
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Reagan's Theme
Written by Rob Simonsen
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Blue Bloods- No Time to Cheat ****
4 December 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The common denominator in this episode is cheating. It looks like Danny is ready to swing with a woman whose partner soon gets a bullet in his neck. After it appears that she is a prime suspect, it turns out that the bullet was meant for her and the ending is tragic, but up to the excellent standard of the show.

In the meantime, Commissioner Frank Regan has to bust an old friend, who has been cooking the books so that his crime statistics are down.

This second part of the show that I'm discussing is certainly relevant to today's police work. However, that's what makes the show so good, it's relevance to today's society in general.

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