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A Deep Blue Goodbye 

An ex-NYPD officer goes missing after telling Danny of her plans to make amends to the woman she and her partner wrongfully convicted.

Director:

David Barrett (as David M. Barrett)

Writers:

Robin Green (created by), Mitchell Burgess (created by) | 3 more credits »
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Cast

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
Vanessa Ray ... Eddie Janko
Gregory Jbara ... Garrett Moore
Robert Clohessy ... Sid Gormley
Abigail Hawk ... Abigail Baker
Isaiah Washington ... ESU Chief Travis Jackson
Scott William Winters ... Det. Russ Vandenberg
Celia Keenan-Bolger ... Ellen Turner
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An ex-NYPD officer goes missing after telling Danny of her plans to make amends to the woman she and her partner wrongfully convicted.

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TV-14
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Language:

English

Release Date:

31 March 2017 (USA) See more »

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Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Isiah Washington who plays Chief Jackson was actually only 54 at the time of this episode's airing while portraying a man who was getting close to mandatory retirement at 63. See more »

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When Danny asks, "Is this turning into a missing person's case?", he clearly said something different on the last word. See more »

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Awful awful accents!
5 October 2018 | by cwcoatesSee all my reviews

Jamaican accents were really really BAD! To the writers, please hire Jamaican actors, they are not expensive and not hard to find, just a short flight and the Edna Manley College of Visual and Performing Arts is right there in Kingston. This episode immediately became unbelievable when the Jamaican "gangsters" opened their mouths. To the previous reviewer, the affirmative action scene at the beginning was clearly meant to be "tongue and cheek".


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