On Blue Bloods Season 9 Episode 14, Danny and Jamie nearly come to blows after Jamie writes Danny up for disobeying orders during a hostage situation.
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Blue Bloods Season 9 Episode 14 sees Danny and Jamie locked in an irresolvable conflict.
When Danny shows up at a hostage situation that Jamie is dealing with, he ignores Jamie's directions and goes after the perp himself. The hostage situation is resolved peacefully, but Jamie is angry that Danny disrespected his authority, while Danny feels that he made the right call and saved lives.
The situation escalates when Jamie writes Danny up for his disobedience and Danny refuses to accept it. Danny brings the dispute to the Chief of Detectives, leaving Gormley to try to talk Garrett or Abigail into dealing with it, but they both say it's his job. Gormley tries to convince the guys to make up, but neither will give an inch and both storm out, and later at the weekly family dinner they nearly come to blows and Frank kicks them out of the dinner.
Meanwhile, Erin faces a crisis of conscience when Nicky asks her to look into the case of a friend of hers who was charged with an assault he didn't commit thanks to a faulty eyewitness. Anthony thinks all that matters is whether the kid is innocent, but Erin struggles with it, especially when she finds out Nicky and the boy are seeing each other.
And when a cop accidentally shoots and kills an 11-year-old girl during a shootout with some drug dealers, Frank takes a personal interest. The cop insists he's fine, but also wants to turn in his badge, leaving Frank even more concerned about his mental health. And Frank's concerns appear to be valid when the cop in question holes up in his apartment and threatens to kill himself. Can Frank talk him down?
To find out what happens, watch Blue Bloods Season 9 Episode 14 online.
On Blue Bloods Season 9 Episode 14, Danny goes against Jamie's direct order, and Nicky's friend claims he's accused of a crime he didn't commit.