Danny on Blue Bloods

Danny on Blue Bloods

Danny just can't help himself. He opens up the case of a firefighter committing suicide on the episode "Some Kind Of Hero."
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Frank in Office

Frank in Office

Frank Reagan is not happy in this scene from Blue Bloods. It's taken from the episode "No Questions Asked."
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Danny vs. Erin

Danny vs. Erin

Danny and Erin go at it here. The two exchange heated words on the episode "Reagan V. Reagan."
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Margaret Colin on Blue Bloods

Margaret Colin on Blue Bloods

Margaret Colin guest stars here on Blue Bloods. She plays a reporter who nearly gets assaulted.
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A Very Personal Case

A Very Personal Case

This is personal for Danny and Jackie, as they are investigating a case that surrounds the killing of a family friend.
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Frank at Home

Frank at Home

Frank struggles with allegations against a young woman on the episode "Parenthood." This is a scene from it.
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Danny and a Daughter

Danny and a Daughter

Danny confers with the daughter of a wealthy dead woman here. It's a scene from the episode "Leap of Faith."
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A Funeral for Frank

A Funeral for Frank

Frank speaks here with a heavy heart. He's at the funeral of his former partner.
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Danny and Jackie on a Case

Danny and Jackie on a Case

Danny and Jackie are seen here on a case they'd rather not face. It involves an officer as a murder suspect.
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Blue Bloods Victim

Blue Bloods Victim

An informant is dead in this scene from Blue Bloods. It's courtesy of the first new episode of 2012.
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Erin Reagan-Boyle Pic

Erin Reagan-Boyle Pic

Erin's informant is killed on the Blue Bloods episode "Whistle Blower." It's the first installment of 2012.
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Family Dinner Night

Family Dinner Night

It's Reagan family dinner time! Don't you wish you could pull up a chair?
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Blue Bloods Quotes

Better to be judged by twelve than carried by six.

Frank

That even in our sleep, pain that cannot forget falls drop by drop on the heart, and in our own despair, against our will, comes wisdom to us by the awful grace of God.

Frank