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A young girl's abduction reminds Danny of an unsolved case he worked on years ago. Elsewhere, Frank angers the inspector general when he won't reveal info about a program involving intelligence officers overseas.

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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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Joseph Scott
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A young girl's abduction reminds Danny of an unsolved case he worked on years ago. Elsewhere, Frank angers the inspector general when he won't reveal info about a program involving intelligence officers overseas.

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28 February 2014 (USA)  »

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Sean makes a remark about going with his friends "Terrance" and "Andrew." This is clearly a play on the actor's own name, Andrew Terraciano. See more »

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Kelly Peterson: What was that look?
Garrett Moore: I didn't give you a look.
Kelly Peterson: Yeah, you did. It's like the look the first wife gives the second wife at the kid's graduation ceremony.
Garrett Moore: Interloper.
Kelly Peterson: Exactly.
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A Good Show but with Hollywood Idiocy Added
31 May 2015 | by See all my reviews

See? I still gave it a "7" and it is still my favorite show to watch, but somebody let a Hollywood bonehead put his/her/its own philosophy into the script.

We all know about the tension between Erin and Nicky, and most of the time, Grandpa has to step in and get Nicky back on track.

But today, we see Erin coming home, and Nicky, who lives in mom's house, eats mom's food, and who will be getting mom's college money, steps out of the bedroom, obviously stunned to be found out.

Then, out comes the high school stud (I say that because he came over to "study," and we go ahead and have him for dinner.

But later, in all the wisdom of her sixteen years, Nicky sets her mom straight. "Yes, we are talking about having sex, and no, it is not any of your business. I have no idea what love is, nor if he means anything to me, but we might just have sex anyway because I am a stupid teen-aged kid, and no one in this show is giving me any advice at all because they are all afraid to." Come on! This show was made popular because it is a strong Catholic family with strong family values, yet mom does not have the guts to try to teach Nicky anything. And Nicky actually thinks she is smart enough, mature enough, and experienced enough to figure this one out.

And then Erin goes ahead and all but confesses that she was sexually active at Nicky's age, and that she's not standing in the way. "Just don't do it in my house," she implies, which, of course, opens it up to anywhere else in the world.

The problem is, some sixteen-year-old is going to think that all parents are that buffoonish, and that sex is some type of no-consequence play toy that teens have at their disposal that will have no long-term effects on their lives, careers, and families.

This is my favorite show. But someone with the morals of a tomcat (apologies to all tomcats here) decided to insert this damaging piece of Hollywood propaganda here.

Outside of that, a pretty good show, as usual.


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