Each member of the Reagan family represents a virtue according with their age and daily life:
-Henry (Wisdom): As the retired Police Commissioner, he uses his experience as adviser for his family, contrasting the time when he was young to modern times.
-Frank (Temperance): As Police Commissioner, he struggles with protocol rules and internal procedure, mediating with problematic cops, as well as political affairs with other authorities like NYC's Mayor.
-Danny (Justice): As a NYPD Detective, he investigates high level crimes (murder, mafia, gangs, sexual abuse, drugs, white collar theft), sometimes related with important criminals.
-Jamie (Honesty): As a NYPD Police Officer, he investigates low-rate crimes at street level (vandalism, domestic altercations, aggression, assault, fights, blue collar theft), as well as he tries to ensure that other cops don't violate the law.
-Erin (Integrity): As Assistant District Attorney, she investigates possible fraud or corruption in police/judicial cases, in addition to get to condemn to the guilty by the crimes committed.
-Linda (Compassion): In the work she performs as nurse, she helps to heal patients from their diseases, in addition to trying to bring balance in any possible family discussion.
-Nicky (Idealism): As a teenager and high school student, she is a rebel who protests against the injustices of the world, criticizing them to her family.
-Jack & Sean (Innocence): As children, they question the adult world, the rules that exist in it and how they work, frequently during the family dinner. See more
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