Blue Bloods (2010– )
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Brothers 

When Erin tries to take down a gang leader using her law-abiding brother as bait, the family debates her methods.

Director:

Frederick King Keller (as Frederick K. Keller)

Writers:

Robin Green (created by), Mitchell Burgess (created by) | 1 more credit »
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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
Bobby Cannavale ... Charles Rosselini
Amy Carlson ... Linda Reagan
Nicholas Turturro ... Sgt. Anthony Renzulli (as Nick Turturro)
Yvonna Kopacz Wright ... Ava Hotchkiss (as Yvonna Kopacz-Wright)
Dylan Moore ... Sydney Davenport
Bruce Altman ... Mayor Frank Russo
Francis Capra ... Pablo Torres
Adam Mucci ... Linkner
Max Arciniega ... Esteban Torres
Tony Terraciano ... Jack Reagan
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Storyline

Latino street gang lord Pablo Torres is too careful to be prosecuted for his crimes so Danny and Erin hope to get to him via his kid brother, a second chance education teacher, Esteban. The blackmail fails, but Pablo is murdered. Jamie protests when on top of customary hazing, Danny reproaches him for turning down grandpa's now illegal bludgeon. The mayor and his challenger, popular present D.A. Charles Rosselini, both want Frank's election support. Written by KGF Vissers

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

5 November 2010 (USA) See more »

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Stereo | Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Trivia

Guest stars Francis Capra. In 2003 he did a 5 episode guest appearance on American Dreams (2002) which starred Will Estes who would go on to star on Blue Bloods. See more »

Goofs

At 16:42, Pablo spooks Erin and Linkner by putting his palm on the car window. His fingers are pointing toward the front of the car. In the next shot his fingers are pointing up toward the roof. See more »

Quotes

Jamie Reagan: I'm sorry, but 'rookie this, rookie that', I mean I can't do anything right anymore. He's...
Frank Reagan: Well I think he's desperate to teach you everything he knows.
Jamie Reagan: By tearing me down every chance that he gets?
Frank Reagan: [Chuckles] That's your brother. If Danny's tough on you, it's cos he wants to make you bulletproof.
Jamie Reagan: I give directions to tourists on Times Square, it's not exactly like the 70's.
Frank Reagan: Every tour you work, do this job like there's trouble around every corner, cos one day there will be. Danny couldn't ...
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Reagan's Theme
Written by Rob Simonsen
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Wonderful Problem of Ethics Debated Here ****
6 November 2010 | by edwagreenSee all my reviews

Can this show get any better? Keep this up and you'll be waltzing down the aisle when the Emmy's and Golden Globe Awards are handed out in 2011.

In this episode we meet The Webster Ave. Boys of the Bronx. They're an infamous gang who claim to own the streets. The leader of the gang has a brother who is a high school math teacher in the N.Y.C. school system. (Perhaps, he could use the gang's experience in improving school discipline.)

It seems that the bad brother has been funneling money into an academy set up by the teacher brother. Reagan's daughter wants him to testify and this causes a reaction by the family.

For the 2nd straight episode, Donnie Wahlberg is not dominant here. Sunday dinner as usual is used to clear the air once the situation has been resolved. We also see some friction between Wahlberg and the younger brother. The latter is still into investigating his dead brother's affiliation with that certain society.

Tom Selleck makes a wonderful patriarch of a very dedicated and earnest family. He proves his mettle over and over again.


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