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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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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Self-righteous, manipulative and pathetic
4 February 2012 | by (Belgium) – See all my reviews

Spoiler!!

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That's it, I quit. Some (a lot, apparently) will say this episode is moving. I find it pathetic.

OK, so, while the PC was in the North Tower on 9/11, the shrink -who is a clearly a democrat from the looks of his beard- was sitting in his chair. You coward!

Another interesting fact: the Reagan family does not do drugs (in this case, sleeping pills) or psychoanalysis.

This patriotic episode has opened the door to all sorts of nonsense. Bye bye, Blue Bloods.


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