Blue Bloods (2010– )
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Friends in Need 

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Jamie and Danny disagree about how to handle a reckless NYPD rookie, Marcus, who is the son of Dannys friend. Also, when Erins investigator, Anthony, gets roped into a bad investment by his cousin, she offers to look into it.


P.J. Pesce


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Donnie Wahlberg ... Danny Reagan
Bridget Moynahan ... Erin Reagan
Will Estes ... Jamie Reagan
Len Cariou ... Henry Reagan
Amy Carlson ... Linda Reagan
Sami Gayle ... Nicky Reagan-Boyle
Tom Selleck ... Frank Reagan
Marisa Ramirez ... Maria Baez (credit only)
Vanessa Ray ... Eddie Janko
Alex Kingston ... Commander Sloane Thompson
Abigail Hawk ... Abigail Baker
Steve Schirripa ... Anthony Abetemarco (as Steven R. Schirripa)
Anthony DeSando ... Joey Razzano
Michael Drayer ... Marcus Beale
John Scurti ... Detective Harold Reed


A fiery visiting British PC wants more than "just the facts" from Frank. Danny causes the placement of Officer Beale, rookie cop, with Precinct 12, based on his service in Iraq with Beale's late father; both Jamie and Eddie become quickly disenchanted with the young man, which causes Danny and Jamie to argue. Erin sees the level of integrity of her own investigator, Anthony, when a member of his family is accused of "scamming cops." Written by LA-Lawyer

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Release Date:

11 March 2016 (USA) See more »

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16:9 HD
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Did You Know?


Abigale Baker (played by Abigale Hawk) actually made a joke! When PC Frank Reagan (played by Tom Selleck) asked her for a favor to set up a dinner-date with visiting British Cmdr. Sloane Thompson (played by Alex Kingston), Baker responded with, "Sir, would that be a favour with a 'U'?" Baker usually is limited to lines like, "Garrett is here to see you, sir." See more »


The patrol car Jamie and Eddie arrives at the bank in, bears the same number as Marcus and Steve's car already at the scene (61795). That patrol car is a Dodge Charger, designated to the Highway Patrol. See more »


Henry Reagan: For dessert, I made a piecakee. It's a cookie baked into a pie baked into a cake. I invented it.
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Reagan's Theme
Written by Rob Simonsen
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Jamie is Customer service
3 August 2017 | by Originator1994See all my reviews

There was a lot of animosity between Danny and Jamie ( kiddie names not adult) and it gives reason for pause that closer to the end of that story line is that Danny is making up the reason for sending the rookie to brothers precinct . For most of the episode he is in an argumentative mood regarding Jamie and the rookie and THEN he comes up with the excuse that he sent him over so he could get the "best" training . A ruse if I ever saw one. It appears he was trying to smooth over things with his brother and trying to look like he really appreciates how his brother works. Phony on Danny's part.

The argument at the dinner goes to show that not everyone is cut out to bend the rules and skirt the law. There are not enough stripes to go out and someone has to do the patrol part . Jamie seems suited to the position, he has great customer service skills and people skills and the NYPD is lucky to have him there whereas Danny is a cowboy who breaks the rules about every episode and if this were the real world, he wouldn't have lasted past the first several episodes because he would have been given the verbal warning, written warning and Internal Affairs review by an outside agency and would have been given his walking papers. He has no people skills , is abrupt with everyone and that in itself would not last with the his peers and superiors. Danny's character is not what law enforcement agencies are looking for and is not what the real world is about .

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