Jamie must deal with the emotional consequences of his actions on the job. Susie Essman and Annabella Sciorra guest star.



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Sgt. Anthony Renzulli (as Nick Turturro)


Indulging partner Cruz, who keeps wandering off to flirt and insists to split up to look for a man reported to point a gun at bystanders, Jamie ends up forced to shoot in fatal self-defense. Jamie struggles with mandatory help as much as his basically clear conscience. The 'victim' is headhunter Gavin Bryant, a happy family father, who actually warned the police anonymously, so it was 'suicide by cop' Investigating informally besides the assigned IA officer, Danny suspects motive must have to do with Gvain's former unemployed MIT dorm mate Tyler Green, who picked a physical fight recently at a job fair. Frank and ADA Eric are worried by the mayor's presumably dodgy maneuvers when called as key witness against a fired, embezzling campaign official. Written by KGF Vissers

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Crime | Drama


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11 January 2013 (USA)  »

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Doing what he's trained to do
3 November 2016 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

Will Estes takes center stage in this Blue Bloods episode as he and his partner answer a call about a man with a gun in Washington Square Park. Sure enough there is one and when he pulls it out, won't drop it and makes ready to fire Estes puts three in him and he's done. Doing in fact what he's trained to do.

But that's far from the end of it. The usual trauma with any shooting checks in. Estes sees Annabella Sciorra the department psychologist.

For Donnie Wahlberg the shooting investigation ain't moving fast enough. If Wahlberg and Estes were not the commissioner's sons they would have been in one hell of a jackpot. But they do get to the truth of what happened.

The Reagans do stick together.

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