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The Blue Templar 

After his car, inherited from Joe, was sabotaged and damaged in a crash, Jamie tells his father and Danny about the Blue Templar spy status he 'inherited' unwillingly. Grandpa chips in to ... See full summary »

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After his car, inherited from Joe, was sabotaged and damaged in a crash, Jamie tells his father and Danny about the Blue Templar spy status he 'inherited' unwillingly. Grandpa chips in to sketch how the secret society started to clean up NYPD from within where IA failed, but soon started turning bad with new blood. Together, they trace suspect cops like detective Sonny Malevsky and a dirty IA inspector to the present generation, which will stop at nothing to cover up its lucrative crimes, and can't be officially handled. Written by KGF Vissers

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Crime | Drama

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13 May 2011 (USA)  »

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Trivia

This is not the first time that Will Estes (Jamie Reagan) and Nick Sandow (Lt. Alex Bello) have worked together. In an episode of "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit", Sandow's character assists in the arrest of Estes'. In a humorous turn of events, in this very episode of "Blue Bloods", it is Estes' character himself who arrests Sandow's. See more »

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When Billy arrives at Laura's room, he goes and hugs her. No one goes near the door after that. When Jamie leaves, he opens the security latch. See more »

Quotes

Frank Reagan: [confronting the rogue cops] Before I take your shields, there's a question I want answered.
[angry]
Frank Reagan: Which one of you killed my son?
[silence: Frank smashes the glasses and bottles on the bar]
Frank Reagan: I'll ask again.
[very emotional]
Frank Reagan: Who shot my boy?
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Reagan's Theme
Written by Rob Simonsen
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The end of the Blue Templars
13 October 2016 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

A running thread about a secret society of cops called The Blue Templar comes to an end in this episode of Blue Bloods. The late Joseph Reagan was allegedly part of this group and young Jamie Reagan almost immediately upon graduating the Police Academy was recruited to spy on them causing him much angst.

It had been hinted around the edges at how crooked a detective played by Michael T. Weiss was, but now we find out for sure. He's also not stupid and a very dangerous opponent.

It's Len Cariou the former commissioner and head of the Reagan clan who finally tells all about the Templars. A lot of vague conjecture from previous episodes becomes clear.

Tom Selleck himself is in on the final roundup which ends in dramatic fashion.

One of the best Blue Bloods stories.


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