Blue Bloods: Season 2, Episode 12

The Job (3 Feb. 2012)

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On the way home with his family, Danny hits a man with his car who is fleeing from a gunman, and his family gets caught in the crossfire when Danny fires his weapon at the gunman. Frank ... See full summary »



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Wayne Rivano
Carl Patrick
Hollie Rivano
Bruce Richmond
Leon Goodwin


On the way home with his family, Danny hits a man with his car who is fleeing from a gunman, and his family gets caught in the crossfire when Danny fires his weapon at the gunman. Frank deals with 9/11 guilt from impending loss of a friend whom he worked alongside at Ground Zero. Written by CBS Publicity

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2.12 **** All the Way
4 February 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Outstanding episode. It doesn't take much to get Danny to go ballistic, and he is sure justified this time when while in the car with his family, he accidentally hits someone and when he gets out of the car to investigate, a shot is fired which narrowly misses his young son.

Hell hath no fury when Danny is angry. He is in hot pursuit of the culprit and it will come somewhat of a surprise who the party is by the show's end.

Nice to see that Danny's television wife is finally getting more of a role then just a plain officer's wife watching the children as dad goes off to fight crime.

This episode was excellent as it showed that this situation could put a strain on their happy marriage. We have seen this before but this time, in particular, it was done quite well.

The sidebar story, while brief, is very poignant. Frank has guilt over his friend, who was forced to retire after 9/11 due to illness, and is now dying. Frank has guilt feelings why this man was sickened at Ground Zero but not him. His eulogy at the man's funeral was memorable.

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