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Protest Too Much 

Amid protests over the NYPD's new "stop, question and search" policy, Erin and the entire Reagan family are targeted by a protest group's photographer, who is publishing the photos to a ... See full summary »

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Det. Danny Reagan
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Erin Reagan
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Officer Jamie Reagan
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Henry Reagan
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Frank Reagan
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Linda Reagan
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Nicky Reagan-Boyle
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Garrett Moore
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Zachary Danhart
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Whitney Robshaw
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Jana Garza
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Jack Reagan
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Sean Reagan
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Det. Abigail Baker
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Amid protests over the NYPD's new "stop, question and search" policy, Erin and the entire Reagan family are targeted by a protest group's photographer, who is publishing the photos to a website. When a rape victim that Erin is preparing for trial appears in some of the photos, Erin confronts the photographer. Danny and Detective Maria Baez investigate a young "Bonnie and Clyde" type couple who rob a bank and steal an off-duty police officer's gun in the process, but the intrusion of the FBI threatens their progress. Elsewhere, Frank considers getting romantically involved with an ACLU representative named Whitney, who is an acquaintance of Erin's and close to Erin's age. Written by Christina Downs

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8 March 2013 (USA)  »

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During the standoff between Dylan and the police, you can see that the muzzle of Dylan's gun does not have an opening, indicating that the gun is a prop. See more »

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21st century Bonnie and Clyde
1 September 2016 | by See all my reviews

This episode of Blue Bloods has widower Tom Selleck becoming a romantic figure in the eyes of his kids. But only Bridget Moynahan disapproves as the person he's seeing is another attorney Sarah Wynter who's about her age.

It really is nothing, a mountain is made out of an ant hill, but who knows what might develop in future stories.

But the main focus is on a young male and female pair of bank robbers who have taken the rhetoric of the protesters against banks and have decided direct action is in order. Donnie Wahlberg is having a field day going off against the FBI who had this thing all wrong from the start.

Jessica Rothe the female member is a truly pathetic sort who lived a humdrum life with a lot of debt and the woman's head got filled with romantic notions. She teams up with Jarod Einsohn and he's going to go down fighting against "the establishment" whatever that is at a given moment.

Rothe's performance and Wahlberg's lines against the Feds are the highlight of this episode.


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