Erin's ex-husband comes for their daughter's birthday and opposes her in court. Frank spends the day with a young man who won a contest. And he tells Frank that he doesn't think that the ... See full summary »

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Erin's ex-husband comes for their daughter's birthday and opposes her in court. Frank spends the day with a young man who won a contest. And he tells Frank that he doesn't think that the police give equal priority. He talks about how his mother was killed and how it's still unsolved. And Danny is investigating the murder of two men who along with two others were charged with raping a girl. But because of a technicality they got off. Danny wonders if he should really give it his all. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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When Commissioner Reagan and Jordan Silva are posing for a picture in the Commissioner's office, Garrett asks them for a photo of a handshake. Neither Commissioner Reagan nor Jordan move to shake hands and Jordan starts to lower the award plaque. In the next camera shot, Jordan is holding the plaque upright as he looks sideways at the Commissioner. See more »

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What forensics takes away forensics gives
19 January 2017 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

Someone slipped up on this one. This story involves the shooting of two of four men who gang raped a young girl who is now in a psychiatric center because a good lawyer got them all off. Sometimes those legal aid attorneys can be very good.

As it turns out forensics got the perpetrators off, but it's forensics that identifies the perpetrator of the execution style murders with a little torture involved to the original investigating detective played by Danny Mastrogiorgio. As a cop he could have gotten a weapon without a body on it already. That made it easy for Donnie Wahlberg to find out who it was and in fact save one of the others from death. The writers missed on that.

The other parts of the story involve Peter Herrmann and Bridget Moynahan in a visitation rights battle over their kid and also they are opposing each other in a case at that point. Gets a little sticky.

And Tom Selleck has to deal with a kid with a chip on his shoulder from East New York who won a Spend a Day With the Police Commissioner contest by dint of an essay he wrote. He even got the commissioner to take a personal look at the homicide of Justin Martin's mother. That part of the episode was well done.

But overall this is not one of the better Blue Bloods episodes.


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