Mark Moses to Hurl Hate on Blue Bloods

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Mark Moses is about to add yet another series to his guest-starring resume.

The veteran actor - who has appeared on Mad Men, The Killing, Elementary, Criminal Minds, Desperate Housewives and Covert Affairs - has booked a stint on Blue Bloods Season 3.

Mark Moses

Fans of this CBS drama can look forward to Moses appearing on February 1, according to TV Guide, as he'll come on board in the role of Curtis Swint, a racist, hate-spewing talk show host who takes his program to New York for a live broadcast.

The move will force Tom Selleck's Frank Reagan to balance Swint's rights to free speech and assembly with the commissioner's personal values of tolerance and equality.

The episode will be titled "Inside Jobs."

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    Now I will write about my other favorite show which is The Mentalist. Been watching both on Sundays and on the cable channel. Simon Baker is good with
    his bad boy stuff he does and his clever tricks. It is a fun show beside its
    serious story side too.


    I so enjoy Blue Bloods, always has a great story and love how they have a
    story about their family also.
    The cast is wonderful and of course Tom Sellick has been a favorite for many'years.