Blue Bloods (2010– )
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A tv journalist and Frank's secret girlfriend survive an acid attack. A member of the mob, in charge of the stocks' operation, gets killed. Undercover Jamie is under suspicion. Police intervene to save Jamie without blowing his cover.

Director:

Martha Mitchell

Writers:

Robin Green (created by), Mitchell Burgess (created by) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Donnie Wahlberg ... Danny Reagan
Bridget Moynahan ... Erin Reagan-Boyle
Will Estes ... Jamie Reagan
Len Cariou ... Henry Reagan
Tom Selleck ... Frank Reagan
Jennifer Esposito ... Jackie Curatola
Amy Carlson ... Linda Reagan
Sami Gayle ... Nicky Reagan-Boyle
Margaret Colin ... Melanie Maines
Gregory Jbara ... Garrett Moore
John Ventimiglia ... Dino Arbogast
Eric William Morris ... Noble Sanfino (as Eric Morris)
Mara Davi ... Bianca Sanfino
Al Sapienza ... Phil Sanfino
T. Ryder Smith T. Ryder Smith ... Miles
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Storyline

A TV journalist who has a "friends with benefits" relationship with Frank comes to town. When she is attacked, Frank saves her. He then asks Danny to investigate, but she refuses to reveal what she is working on. He speaks to to her producer who gives him names of people who threatened her. "Jimmy" (aka Jamie) gets a call from Bianca Sanfino who tells him that Johnny Tesla is dead and her family thinks Jimmy did it because of what happened between them when Jamie was undercover. He goes to see her and she is in fear of her life. He leaves, but someone sees him and calls the Sanfinos who go looking for him. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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Trivia

Margaret Colin, guest stars as Frank's occasional girlfriend. She played a similar role with Tom Selleck in 1988's Magnum, P.I.: Legend of the Lost Art (1988), an episode of Magnum P.I. See more »

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Reagan's Theme
Written by Rob Simonsen
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Booty calls
21 May 2017 | by Originator1994See all my reviews

I enjoy the general premise of the show except for the dinner time conversation that should not be taking place as they are discussing open investigations in front of those not a part of the job.

Frank has a knack of having a double standard .Booty calls in the first season with a reporter and now another reporter and yet he purports to be a good Catholic .. I find this unnerving because in many episodes he comes off as the good catholic and yet he does this without benefit of remarriage and at his convenience it seems . Not a good tone to be projecting to others


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

2 March 2012 (USA) See more »

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Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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