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Blue Bloods

Blue Bloods
  • calificación: 7,50
  • año de publicación: 2010
  • Géneros : Crime, Drama
  • Países: United States
  • Duración: 43 minutos

Sigue la vida de la primera familia de la policia de NY en la aplicación de leyes, los Reagans. Frank el comisionado y su hijo ex-PC Henry Reagan, deben hacer balance en sus tareas de poner en marcha la fuerza policial más grande del mundo y siendo el hijo del jefe. Su hija Erin es la asistente del abogado del distrito, su hijo Danny es detective mayor y compañero de marina de veteranos, y nuevo graduado de Leyes de Harvard, Jamie esta en el remolino dentro del drama familia y apasionadamente defiende su ciudad del daño. La familia irlandesa-americana mantiene su patriotismo, pasión, amor por la familia

  • Harvard Law School graduate Jamie Reagan's family, patriarch grandfather Henry's cop dynasty, proudly attends his graduation from the New York police academy, presided over by his father, chief commissioner Frank Reagan. Jamie's brother, Iraq veteran Danny Reagan, cleverly makes the best of his sole clue, a prototype doll, to find and liberate kidnapped Latino girl Teresa Campos. Alas, Danny blatantly breaks procedure, violating prime suspect Donald Banse's rights. A conviction thus seems impossible to obtain for sister Erin, in the D.A.'s office, unless new, …
  • The Reagans weigh the rights and wrongs of vigilantism when a good Samaritan who has a police record takes action against a terrorizing subway criminal.
  • Although initially skeptical, eager beaver Jamie proves a quick student again when his laid-back beat cop mentor claims simple observation is about the best tool to catch criminals. The third of three NYU campus rape victims hands enough evidence for Danny to make Argentinian deputy consul Claudio Calso's son Sebastian, a college buddy of her fiancé Blake Woods, his prime suspect. Diplomatic immunity isn't waved, which remains a problem even after Frank sneakily gets inadmissible DNA evidence.
  • After a passing-by uniformed cop is shot trying to stop a diamond hold-up, and manages to shoot one of the robbers, the NYPD mobilizes out of any proportion and feels custom allows, even dictates, taking extreme liberties with defendant rights and procedure, rather condoned by the D.A.'s office. Starting from the corpse and a cable working ‘coincidentally’ blocking view on the inly security camera, Danny soon works out, repeatedly abusively, its was the work of some crime family defendants. While patriarch Henry Reagan still relies on the unwritten understanding with …
  • An intercepted Arabic e-mail, presumably to Al-Qaeda, from US-born Khalid Hassan, Muslim convert name of Steve Haas, son of a Jemeni immigrant, and ingredients found in his home suggest he planted a large bomb with nails somewhere in Manhattan. Even Jamie and his mentor, who shows him silly advertising suits make ideal crime covers, are kept in the dark as Frank convinces the mayor not to risk a panic by going public without specific information. Danny once helped Steve as terrified abuse victim but can't trough to him and suspects discrimination drove him to …
  • Three pupils of father Leo's prestigious Catholic high school St. Angelo's die from drug use at a party, hosted at home by classmate Caitlin Breyer. Jamie is able to save fourth used Carol Hoffman's life by mouth to mouth. It seemed an OD, then a bad designer drug. When known dealer Wayne Foster is arrested, after denunciation by school pusher Billy Romero, identified with some help from the archbishop after a talk with alumnus Frank, the lab shows the rest of his batch is clean. Danny must find a more personal motive, especially after his victim survives another …
  • Latino street gang lord Pablo Torres is too careful to be prosecuted for his crimes. So Danny and Erin hope to get to him via his ‘kid’ brother, second chance education teacher and chief Esteban, a brilliant mathematician. The doubly immoral blackmail fails, but Pablo is murdered. Jamie protests when on top of customary hazing, at his age much more unruly, hence paternally spanked Danny reproaches him turning down grandpa's now illegal bludgeon. The mayor and his challenger, popular present D.A. Charles Rosselini, both want chief Frak's election support (at least …
  • When Jaime goes to meet Anderson, he comes across what he thinks is a crime. When he approaches them, they start shooting at him and shoots back. In the end someone is killed. Danny shows up and tries to find out what happened but no one is willing to talk. Eventually they learn that a Chinese woman is being sought by the Triad.
  • Three major offenders are released due to forensic failures in the understaffed police lab. Among them is serial rapist-killer Dick Reed, who enjoys a fan club and seems to bode revenge on the Reegans who got him arrested. After his MO is used again, the evidence doesn't point to him. Only Jamie maintains total objectivity, while wondering about FBI Agent Anderson.
  • King, the star bouncer of New York's hottest night club, is shot shortly after denying Wall Street youngster tycoon Lemon entry. Danny braves his wife's jealousy to investigate to foxy owner Sabrina's potential motive, only to find it was a ricochet, so King wasn't the target. Jamie is puzzled by another meeting he presumes intended to recruit him for the Blue Templar case and finds his father supportive after telling the job cost him his fiancée. Chief Frank finds old friend Jimmy Burke's candidacy for a career end promotion goes utterly wrong.
  • The discovery of a knave's corpse, walled in a building near his home for 20 years, inspires Frank, who couldn't solve the disappearance case then, to use all his present means, taking charge in person once more, at the expense of more political priorities. Jamie meets haughty forensic expert Sonny Malevsky, who also worked with and on the case of his late brother. Danny handles the case of a murdered luxury call girl with at least one ‘too exclusive’ client.
  • When the son of a Russian gangster is killed at his own engagement party, Danny delves into the world of the Russian mob and the family politics that exist. Meanwhile, Erin is thrown into a high-profile corruption case.
  • When an undercover counter-terrorism agent is shot, Frank assigns Danny to the case because he is the only officer he can trust given the victim's involvement with infiltrating a sleeper cell; however, Danny is sworn to secrecy as to not disrupt the police activity in that cell.
  • When a young girl is kidnapped and held for ransom, Danny and Jackie place her drug-addicted boyfriend at the top of their suspect list. Meanwhile, Erin and her boss, Charles Rossellini, take their flirtatious banter a step further.
  • When an assassination attempt is made on Frank's life, Danny goes on a hunt to track down the shooter and find out if the attack was random or by someone with a vendetta against the Commissioner.
  • When an unidentified young girl is found murdered at a debutante ball, Danny and Jackie look to the prostitute found giving her a hard time on the hotel's surveillance camera for clues. Meanwhile, Nicky gets a glimpse of her first murder victim as she rides along with Danny when he gets the call to investigate.
  • While investigating the murder of a homeless man, Danny takes a special interest in the case because the man is a decorated Marine. Eventually he learns that three wealthy men were the ones who killed him. While he gets one of them to admit to what happened. The other is protecting the other one who was the one who had no remorse about killing him. When the man is released due to lack of evidence, Danny places his career on the line to get him. And Frank learns that someone leaked to the press he is considering running for Mayor which he is not.
  • Danny witnesses a murder. He identifies the man and learns that he is the leader of a deadly gang. When the man is arrested he warns Danny the risks of testifying against him, Danny ignores him. But when Linda who's suppose take into protective custody is taken by gang, Danny tries to find her before he has to testify.
  • When Linda's runway model niece and a reporter both collapse at a fashion show, Danny and Jackie immerse themselves in the cut-throat world of fashion to find the culprit who poisoned them.
  • When a supporter for the mayor elect is found dead, Frank is put on the spot when the mayor wants him to position it to the public as a random act of violence. Meanwhile, Jamie goes undercover at a bar and meets a suspicious patron.
  • When Danny shoots a cop who failed to identify himself, he is put on modified assignment and must face an Internal Affairs investigation, which delves into his personal state of mind that day.
  • When a bank robbery turns into a hostage situation, Frank realizes that the perp is a former cop and old friend who has resorted to crime because of his daughter's desperate illness.
  • Erin reopens an 18-year-old rape case, in which Frank was the arresting officer. Meanwhile, Danny and Jackie investigate the murder of three teenagers in a park, who seemed to have been killed for no reason.
  • Danny tries to juggle investigating a case with trying to have a romantic weekend with Linda. Meanwhile, Jamie goes deep undercover into a crime family.
  • Frank deals with a political crisis after Jamie and Renzulli enter a religious center in response to a 911 call and are injured by the church's security team who prohibits them from entering.
  • Jackie goes undercover as an escort when she and Danny track down a serial killer who is murdering prostitutes in hotel rooms. Meanwhile, Erin meets a potential suitor at an art gallery who shares her interests.
  • When a young woman commits suicide, Danny and Jackie suspect it was forced. Meanwhile, Frank and Mayor Poole butt heads over a threat to the city, and when Henry suffers a heart attack, the Reagans must face the possibility of losing their patriarch.
  • Danny accompanies a dangerous ex-mobster who is helping him find bodies on cold cases in exchange for leniency for his son on grand theft auto. Meanwhile, Jamie works undercover in a boiler room operation, looking for a secret about the Sanfino family.
  • A man who is a confidential informant working for Erin is killed. So she has Danny investigate to find out if he was killed because it was discovered he's an informant and if so how? And when a video that shows a police officer beating up someone comes out, Frank looks into it. First he talks to the officer who says that video was edited to make it appear he was rough on the man. He then learns that the source of the video is man who has it in for the NYPD and tries to get him to give the actual video.
  • Danny and Jackie investigate a murder scene at a diner, where a witness claims a uniformed officer fled the scene after shots were fired.
  • On the way home with his family, Danny hits a man with his car who is fleeing from a gunman, and his family gets caught in the crossfire when Danny fires his weapon at the gunman. Frank deals with 9/11 guilt from impending loss of a friend whom he worked alongside at Ground Zero.
  • When a rich woman dies of a heart attack, her eccentric daughter claims that she received a message from God, who told her that her stepfather actually murdered her. Meanwhile, the archbishop wants Frank's support for the canonization of a local priest, but a reluctant Frank takes it upon himself to investigate a rumor that the priest went too far when protesting the Vietnam War.
  • When a man's family is robbed and beaten in front of him, and the assailant is shot and killed, the Reagan's debate about how far they would go to protect their family. Meanwhile, when a college student is arrested at a rally, Frank wrestles with her sentence due to her identity.
  • When a Reagan family friend, an undercover detective, is killed, Linda and the boys worry about Danny, as his relentless search for the killer takes a toll on his emotional state.
  • A TV journalist who has a “friends with benefits” relationship with Frank comes to town. And when she is nearly attacked but Frank saves her. He then asks Danny to investigate but she refuses to reveal what she is working on. So he speaks to to her producer who gives him a name of people who threaten her. And Jimmy gets a call from Bianca Sanfino who tells him that Johny Tesla is dead and her family thinks he did it because of what happened between them when JImmy was undercover. So he goes to see her and she is in fear of her life. He leaves but someone sees him and …
  • As Erin prosecutes a woman accused of killing her husband, the defendant's attorney is murdered and Danny is assigned to the investigation. When Danny is put on the stand to be questioned, things get heated between the brother and sister.
  • Frank finds himself working with the Mayor and Reverend Potter from a previous episode, in a program to buy guns which may have been used in a crime but will not be used against them. But when a gun which was believed to have been used in a robbery wherein someone got shot, is turned in the officer who got it takes a photo of the one who turned it in and gives it to Danny. But Danny tries not to use it. But when he hits a road block; when the man who was shot was trying to describe the shooter to a sketch artist, Danny tries to lean him towards the man in the photo …
  • Jamie rescues a child in burning building. The press are asking for the identity of the one who saved the child but because Jamie is still doing his undercover work, Frank tries to find a way for Jamie's identity not to be revealed. A boy whom Danny knows asks him to look into his father's death which was ruled a suicide. And Danny discovers a lot on inconsistencies.
  • Erin is prosecuting a murderous criminal. When her key witness breaks down when he was suppose to testify, Erin calms him down and schedules him to testify the following day, but he is killed, which means her whole case is dead. She speaks to someone who was there who claims to know nothing but Erin gets her to admit what she knows so she puts her in protective custody and Danny and Jackie are among the cops assigned to protect her. When they need something fixed they send for a repairman and when he arrives Danny senses something wrong about him and deduces he's a …
  • Danny is investigating the death of a wall street guy and discovers an underground fight club. He learns that the man was drug which slowed him down and led to his eventual death. And Jamie has to choose whether to reveal to Noble Sanfino that he is a cop when he learns that there's a hit out on him.
  • It's Mother's Day. Frank learns of a possible attack using a biological weapon. The mayor wants to tell the people but Frank who doesn't want to alarm the people, wants to wait and see if it can be handled. Danny asks patrolmen to look out for a man he is looking for. Jimmy finds him and says it's his collar but Danny says it's his, which makes things tense between them.
  • When a famous movie star, Russell Berke, who shadowed Danny for research on his next role, is stabbed, Danny goes to his aid, but must keep the crime on the down-low due to Russell's celebrity status.
  • Danny and Baez investigate the death of a teenage girl who appears to have been pushed in front of a subway car by a homeless man. Bebe Neuwirth guest stars.
  • When Danny and Baez suspect a little girl might be the victim of a kidnapping, the girl's mother denies it, but her story doesn't add up.
  • When a gangbanger dies after Jamie chases him away from the boy he is mentoring, Jamie's conduct is called into question. Meanwhile, Baez goes undercover to get information on Danny's ex-girlfriend's fiance who is dealing drugs from his gym, Charisma Carpenter guest stars as Danny's ex-girlfriend.
  • When an officer is accused of using excessive force on a suspect, Frank finds his department under scrutiny from the community and the mayor.
  • Danny and Maria investigate a local bombing, but are met with tension and resistance from the community during the investigation. Meanwhile, Frank must deal with the political fallout when a man punches an officer who was overly aggressive in his questioning.
  • Danny's loyalty is tested when he is assigned to the case of a childhood friend, Mickey, who is under investigation for having ties to an infamous mob family. Meanwhile, Frank gets word that crime is on the rise due to a recent judicial ruling about the legality of the “stop and frisk” policy. Tom Cavanagh and Rebecca Budig guest star.
  • When Danny learns from Nicky that there's a deadly new brand of heroin hitting the streets, he begins an all-out manhunt for the distributor. Meanwhile, Frank pulls out all the stops to assist in getting the drugs off the street.
  • Danny and Maria must track down an Army veteran who Danny thinks is suffering from PTSD. Meanwhile, Frank is caught off-guard during a press conference by a woman who is seeking justice for her murdered daughter. Karen Allen guest and Doug E. Doug guest star.
  • Danny and Baez investigate the murder of Tiffany Lamp, a popular drag queen from a reality television show who was found murdered in a local park. Meanwhile, Erin reexamines a drug case scheduled for trial after she is abducted by the accused man's mother.
  • A young girl's abduction reminds Danny of an unsolved case he worked on years ago. Elsewhere, Frank angers the inspector general when he won't reveal info about a program involving intelligence officers overseas.
  • Jamie get a fake phone number from a sexy bicycle messenger who he later discovers is using counterfeit $50s. A woman named Jill calls Danny threatening to end her life. Frank chaperones Sean's school field trip to a museum.
  • Danny and Maria investigate when an expectant mother is a victim of a “knockout game,” in which teenagers punch unsuspecting civilians in the head. Meanwhile, Frank wrestles with promoting an officer when he thinks it can be viewed as favoritism.
  • Danny and Baez investigate the death of a woman whose body was dumped after she was killed by a lethal dose of lidocaine following secret plastic surgery. Meanwhile, Frank privately assigns Jamie a cold case and Erin tries out speed dating. Holt McCallany guest stars.
  • Danny and Maria investigate the murder of a respected college professor who was involved with a questionable scholarship program. Meanwhile, Danny discovers that his father didn't tell him that the District Attorney is investigating Danny for ethical and procedural violations.
  • When Erin is assigned to investigate a case in which an on-duty police officer is accused of killing a suspect already in custody, Frank urges her to stick to the facts to avoid a publicity scandal for the NYPD. Meanwhile, Jamie urges Eddie to forgive her father for his past mistakes.
  • An undercover cop is shot. An investigation shows that the cop had personal secrets. A junkie approaches Erin asking for help, but when Erin recognizes him as a friend of Nickys he runs away.Nicky asks Erin and Jamie to help find him again.
  • Danny gets himself into trouble after being told not to pursue a suicide case of a C.I. of the D.As. Jamie and Jenko get involved in an immigration case of couple wanting to get married, but the brides father is against them.
  • Baez gets injured while escorting confiscated drugs, so Danny goes after the drug cartel responsible. Elsewhere, a lieutenant with a commendable record engages in controversial behavior, putting Frank in a difficult situation.
  • Jamie stands up for an officer who is harassed for testifying against her partner. Erin learns her lover may be her boss at the DA's office. Danny asks Erin to file murder against a man who shot a 15 year old girl who died 8 years later.
  • Danny and Baez are temporarily assigned new partners when an officer is outed and his current partner won't ride with him. Meanwhile, Jamie and Eddie work on a revenge mission to steal a collar from a pompous detective, and Frank compromises his relationship with the Archdiocese when he speaks out about equality in the police force.
  • Danny Reagan is accused of Police brutality. Frank has to walk a fine line in the investigation and find the truth. Jamie meets a female Doctor, and it may make his partner Jenko uneasy.
  • A woman's abusive boyfriend targets Jamie after he intercedes in a domestic dispute. Elsewhere, the press get ahold of an illegal tape capturing Henry's insensitive comments, and Frank must deal with the ensuing scandal.
  • “Most Wanted,” Danny and Frank will join forces to put an international criminal behind bars for good.
  • Frank is taken by surprise during an on-air interview with Erin's boss; Danny and his new bossclash as they investigate a drive-by shooting. Meanwhile, Jamie and Jenko help out detective's with an apparent suicide.
  • Three community leaders are killed in apparent hate crimes, and Danny and Baez investigate as Frank meets with folks who want to ensure the gravity of these crimes is not ignored. Meanwhile, Linda wants to protect herself with a gun after getting mugged.
  • Frank pushes to find evidence against a suspected cop killer who shot one of Henry's fellow officers years ago. Meanwhile Danny and baez investigate a string of murders involving adult film stars.
  • When a group of highly trained Army veterans robs a bank, Danny feels conflicted; a street artist is responsible for a bomb scare.
  • Jamie gets Danny involved when he finds a homeless teen who claims his aunt was killed by her boyfriend. Meanwhile, Erin is angered when McCoy replaces her as the prosecutor on a case involving a corrections officer.
  • Danny and Baez look into the murder of a lower income resident living in a luxury building where a percentage of units are available for lower income housing. Frank disagrees with a detective friend of Gormleys.
  • A mob informant returns to the city to testify in a case for Erin, and Danny and Baez are tasked with protecting him. Elsewhere, Frank and Mayor Poole get into heated negotiations regarding benefits for police officers.
  • Baez is held hostage in an interrogation room by a distressed man who wants to see his daughter. Elsewhere, Garrett's son gets in trouble with the law, so Garrett turns to Frank for help, creating an ethical dilemma for the police commissioner.
  • Erin's unnerved when someone breaks into her apartment, and then she discovers her coworker was attacked. Elsewhere, Jamie and Eddie find a pipe bomb in a senior citizen's home; and Frank investigates a charity that's supposedly helping the NYPD.
  • Eddie goes undercover for the first time when she tries to take down a kidnapping ring, which is luring in young women with websites for phony youth hostels. Elsewhere, Frank assists a woman who wants to confront the inmate who murdered her family.
  • An investigative journalist refuses to give up a source who admitted to committing murder.
  • A celebrity chef from reality TV is murdered and a suspect readily confesses to the crime, but Danny and Baez think there is more to the case. Jamie and Jenko investigate a bizzare assault and elsewhere a senator uses his friendship with Frank to ask for a favor regarding a DUI charge.
  • When NYPD Deputy Chief Donald Kent, and his wife are gunned down in an apparent gang hit, Frank orders all to catch his friend's killer. Danny and Baez go see Mario Hunt, a well-known member.
  • In the conclusion of the two-part Season 5 finale, one of the Reagans is shot by a gang member, and Danny pursues a suspect while trying to keep his emotions in check. To add to the complications, Danny has to find an inventive way to bring in witnesses.
  • Frank goes on high alert when a threat to New York City may be imminent following a terrorist attack in the Middle East.
  • A possible serial-killer case is assigned to Danny and Baez. Erin considers becoming a judge; a mayoral candidate claims that Frank has been secretly investigating her spouse; and Eddie confronts her dad.
  • When a newspaper reporter is targeted while wearing NYPD gear during a ride-along, Frank thinks the shooter is targeting cops.
  • One of Erin's informants leaves witness protection to give his former boss an alibi; Frank and the New York City fire department commissioner get into a war.
  • Danny joins the search for two escaped convicts after learning that one is someone he helped wrongfully imprisoned.
  • Camera footage appears to show Jamie committing police brutality at a demonstration; a civil rights attorney claims a rape case includes drummed up charges.
  • The only remaining Mustang driven by Steve McQueen in “Bullitt” is stolen; an order from the acting district attorney puts Frank and Erin at odds.
  • Linda is concerned when an elusive serial killer starts threatening her, Danny and their kids; during a hostage situation, Jamie challenges a superior officer.
  • DA Investigator Anthony Abetemarco helps Erin when she is forces to take a case from a colleague, ADA Kelly Blake; Eddie and Jamie pose as an elderly couple in order to catch a gang.
  • When Frank's first partner announces plans to publish a book filled with stories of their early days on the force, Frank worries about his personal stories being made public. Also, when Jamie and Eddie catch a call about a nearby officer needing assistance, the choices they each make will affect their future in the department and their relationship.
  • A mobster is killed in his car and retaliation looms, so Danny and Baez question his errand boy, who was found tied up in the trunk. Elsewhere, Frank struggles to grant a cop's request for her late fathers shield number because it was also Joe's number.
  • When a well-regarded, newly retired NYPD lieutenant is accused of shooting a group of potential muggers on the subway and then disappears, Frank must deal with the fallout. Also, when a drug dealer returns to Baez's old neighborhood, she and Danny must figure out how to arrest him for a murder that Baez witnessed as a child.
  • Danny must determine who murdered a man when multiple women who worked for him all take credit for it. Also, Frank disagrees with his priest about how to handle a local boy who has been stealing money from the church, and Nicky is arrested with a group of friends when the police find drugs in her car.
  • Erin is overwhelmed with guilt after a man she set free is accused of killing a cop. Also, Frank and Mayor Poole continue their game of political chicken over Frank's reappointment as commissioner, and Danny and Maria investigate a case of a cop who has gone AWOL.
  • The newest Speaker of NY City Council, (Whoopi Goldberg) a chronic malcontent wants to dismantle the “Broken Windows Policy” which Frank vehemently opposes. Erin worries when the wife of her good friend and mentor, Judge Wilson, dies as a result of DUI and his sentencing runs off the rails. A co-worker at the hospital has a problem with her ex-husband. Linda asks Baez and Danny to talk to the parties and it turns into a big ordeal. Judge Wilson is taking on attorneys who dare to argue with the bench (i.e. our jobs) it may be time for a Judicial Ethics Commission …
  • 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.
  • Frank and Danny Try to help a rehabilitated ex-con when he becomes involved in the murder of an enemy; a former prosecutor withholds the location of an alleged killer from Erin as she prepares for the trial.
  • An officer involved in the controversial shooting of an unarmed person 14 years prior, is up for a promotion which brings up mixed feelings from various NYPD officers, in addition to forcing Frank Regan to make a difficult decision.
  • When serial killer Thomas Wilder attaches a message to his latest victim that taunts Danny, their deadly game of cat and mouse becomes personal for Danny.
  • When a key eyewitness in a murder trial flees out of fear of retaliation, Erin and Anthony spearhead their own two-person manhunt to find him and convince him to testify. Also, Garrett tries to convince Frank to attend the Police Union party, and Danny and Baez take a closer look at a suspicious convenience store robbery.
  • Frank, the Mayor, Erin and the DA’s office contend with public outrage after a grand jury doesn’t indict an NYPD officer for the controversial shooting of a teenager that was caught on video.
  • Evidence against Danny surfaces when the attorney general's office reviews his shooting of a serial killer. Jamie and Eddie deal with a high-profile drunken driver. A slain cop's widow asks Frank for a favor.
  • Danny and Baez investigate the death of an elderly woman who was shot in her home by a stray bullet. Also, Frank faces ridicule from his department when he disciplines a disrespectful cop, and Erin steps in to help her detective, Anthony, find a legal solution to a case that’s personal to him,
  • A woman who was held hostage resists pressing charges, but Danny and Baez want justice for her. Meanwhile, a high-profile NYPD fund-raiser uses a phony police vehicle to avoid traffic; and Jamie has the opportunity to be a technical adviser on a TV show.
  • Intent on bringing justice to Lieutenant Gormley after he is beaten by a mob outside his home, Danny and Frank enlist the aid of Detective Anthony Abetemarco, who has a personal connection to the neighborhood where the attack occurred. Also, Eddie and Jamie witness a dishonest arrest, and Danny searches for a witness to testify against a dangerous gang leader
  • Erin and Anthony try to prevent the deportation of a prominent community activist who isn't a citizen. Frank must decide if the NYPD will participate in the U.S. Marshals' high-profile raid of a local gang.
  • A NYPD whistle-blower claims there's been abuse of power within the organization, so Frank must investigate whether this is true. Meanwhile, Danny and Baez are suspicious of a car accident involving a pedestrian and think it may have been intentional.
  • Tries to force Frank to publicly support the Attorney General's investigation of the use of excessive force by police. Eddie and Jamie get the call for an attempted suicide.
  • After Emily Harrison tells Danny and Baez she's concerned her abusive ex-boyfriend will repeat his behavior with his new girlfriend, Emily becomes the prime suspect when he's murdered. Also, Eddie gets jealous when Jamie lets a young woman crash at his apartment, and Frank must decide how to discipline a sergeant after he fails to intercede during an armed robbery while off duty,
  • Frank is left with minimal information to find a missing boy when a conflicted priest who could help won't break the seal of confession. Also, Danny and Baez investigate the death of a prominent New York City socialite with a secret life, and Jamie and Eddie attend a wedding together.