Frank deals with a political crisis after Jamie and Renzulli enter a religious center in response to a 911 call and are injured by the church's security team who prohibits them from entering.

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Jamie is lightly hurt and sergeant Anthony Renzulli lands in hospital when they are abused, trying to respond to a fake robbery call, by burly 'security' hired by a ghetto church. Its 'reverend', Darnell Potter, is a provocative politician and a campaign friend of the new mayor. While Danny traces the fake caller and who hired him, chief Frank must resist press, public and the mayor, but financial scrutiny hands him leverage. Written by KGF Vissers

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Reverend Darnell Potter: [walking into Mayor Poole's office] "Be peaceful, be courteous, obey the law, respect everyone; but if someone puts his hand on you, send him to the cemetery." Malcolm X!
Frank Reagan: And hello to you, too, Reverend.
Reverend Darnell Potter: [a bit later] See what I'm talking about? No willingness to work together, no interest in building consensus.
Frank Reagan: "A genuine leader is not a seeker of consensus but a molder of consensus."
[walks out]
Mayor Carter Poole: [off Potter's look, chuckling] Martin Luther King.
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2.6 is ***1/2
5 November 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

As usual, a very good episode. This one details racial conflict in the city, which is about to be exacerbated when 2 policemen, one of whom happens to be the young son of Commissioner Regan, is pushed down the stairs along with his partner when they receive word of something going on at a African-American religious center.

Right away, charges of racism fly by the minister, an Al Sharpton type.

Frank Regan is at odds with the African American mayor over this. Tensions are there.

It would have been even better to show the ramifications of what could happen as a result of this situation. The finances of our good Reverend are only briefly touched upon.

Nevertheless, this was a very good story.


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