History YMMV / BlueBloods

14th Sep '16 10:47:37 AM HumanTorch2
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* RetroactiveRecognition: [[{{Series/Daredevil2015}} James Wesley]] is the SerialKiller in "Re-Do".

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[[{{Series/Daredevil2015}} James Wesley]] is the SerialKiller in "Re-Do"."Re-Do".
** [[{{Series/Nashville}} Luke Wheeler]] is the ex-cop turned would-be bank robber in "Critical Condition".
11th Aug '16 4:13:05 PM creader
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* FamilyUnfriendlyAesop: Danny's illegal actions that go beyond of criminals (i.e., threatening to shoot an unarmed and cuffed criminal) isn't seen as bad, given that Danny [[KarmaHoudini gets little comeuppance for his actions.]]
24th Jul '16 5:05:47 AM YankeeJohn
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* AwesomeMusic: "Theme from ''New York, New York''" as performed by Music/FrankSinatra, plays during the Pilot, introducing the Reagan family as well as Jami's graduation from the NYPD Academy and Frank's commencement speech.
9th Jul '16 9:05:44 PM maxwellsilver
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** Dick Reed, the {{serial killer}}/[[SerialRapist rapist]] from season 1's "Re-Do". His MO was to break into a woman's residence, tie her up to her bed, then beat, rape, and torture her, before killing her by setting her bed on fire. He a thoroughly [[HeManWomanHater misogynistic]] SmugSnake who gets his conviction overturned because [[OffOnATechnicality a lab tech screwed up the protocols]]. He scares his surviving victim into silence and lets one of his fanboys have her. He also beats his sister and ties her up for saying something she "shouldn't have." He shows zero remorse and no redeemable qualities and after [[SlashedThroat slitting a janitor's throat]], he finally attempts to perform his usual MO on Erin Reagan, the ADA who convicted him, before she is saved by Frank.
** The Phantom, aka Donald Washington, from season 2's "The Life We Chose," is a cold-blooded crack dealer and murderer. He shoots detective Cruz and kills Detective Gates, who [[IHaveAFamily pleads that he has three kids]], to which Phantom replies "Too bad for them". This [[EvenEvilHasStandards shocks his cohort]], who was only planning on robbing them. Phantom [[YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness later kills his cohort]], then goes after other members of Task Force Apache, the police sting that sold him out.

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** Dick Reed, the {{serial killer}}/[[SerialRapist rapist]] from season 1's "Re-Do". His MO was to break into a woman's residence, tie her up to her bed, then beat, rape, and torture her, before killing her by setting her bed on fire. He a thoroughly [[HeManWomanHater misogynistic]] misogynistic SmugSnake who gets his conviction overturned because [[OffOnATechnicality a lab tech screwed up the protocols]].protocols. He scares his surviving victim into silence and lets one of his fanboys have her. He also beats his sister and ties her up for saying something she "shouldn't have." He shows zero remorse and no redeemable qualities and after [[SlashedThroat slitting a janitor's throat]], throat, he finally attempts to perform his usual MO on Erin Reagan, the ADA who convicted him, before she is saved by Frank.
** The Phantom, aka Donald Washington, from season 2's "The Life We Chose," is a cold-blooded crack dealer and murderer. He shoots detective Cruz and kills Detective Gates, who [[IHaveAFamily pleads that he has three kids]], kids, to which Phantom replies "Too bad for them". This [[EvenEvilHasStandards shocks his cohort]], cohort, who was only planning on robbing them. Phantom [[YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness later kills his cohort]], cohort, then goes after other members of Task Force Apache, the police sting that sold him out.
9th Jul '16 9:02:33 PM maxwellsilver
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*** This is borne out in the season 4 episode "Secret Arrangements", where Danny is one of several cops being investigated by the D.A.'s office. Frank thinks that while Danny doesn't go ''over'' the line, he steps ''on'' the line, and that his son has always been quick-tempered, impulsive, [[ItsPersonal takes his job personally]]. [[DaChief Sergeant Gormley]] tells Frank that Danny is incredibly aggravating and drives him nuts, "but if you've got any others like him at home, please send them my way." At the end of the episode Frank talks to Danny about the newest revisions to the NYPD's interrogation guidelines, detailing recent additions used by their best detectives, as well as methods that would no longer be used or tolerated. Danny snarks about which section he's likely to be in, and Frank responds that he's actually in both. In summary, Danny's an excellent cop and one of the NYPD's best detectives, but he ''needs'' to rein himself in.

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*** This is borne out in the season 4 episode "Secret Arrangements", where Danny is one of several cops being investigated by the D.A.'s office. Frank thinks that while Danny doesn't go ''over'' the line, he steps ''on'' the line, and that his son has always been quick-tempered, impulsive, [[ItsPersonal takes his job personally]]. [[DaChief personally. Sergeant Gormley]] Gormley tells Frank that Danny is incredibly aggravating and drives him nuts, "but if you've got any others like him at home, please send them my way." At the end of the episode Frank talks to Danny about the newest revisions to the NYPD's interrogation guidelines, detailing recent additions used by their best detectives, as well as methods that would no longer be used or tolerated. Danny snarks about which section he's likely to be in, and Frank responds that he's actually in both. In summary, Danny's an excellent cop and one of the NYPD's best detectives, but he ''needs'' to rein himself in.
9th Jul '16 5:32:53 PM Anddrix
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3rd Jul '16 12:25:02 PM StarSword
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** Another season 4 episode involves a death in police custody caused by an officer using an illegal chokehold. This was about a year before Eric Garner died.

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** Another season 4 episode involves a death in police custody caused by an officer using an illegal chokehold.chokehold; the DA refuses to press charges against the officer (though Frank fires him). This was about a year before Eric Garner died.
23rd May '16 12:33:05 AM maxwellsilver
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* AntiClimaxBoss: [[SerialKiller Thomas Wilder]], Danny's BigBad of Season 6, has murdered over 20 college-aged women [[spoiler:and kidnapped Nicky[[note]]but he doesn't kill her [[/note]] is killed by Danny in the middle of an open field on their final showdown]].

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* AntiClimaxBoss: [[SerialKiller Thomas Wilder]], Wilder, Danny's BigBad of Season 6, has murdered over 20 college-aged women [[spoiler:and kidnapped Nicky[[note]]but he doesn't kill her [[/note]] is killed by Danny in the middle of an open field on their final showdown]].
19th May '16 8:29:56 PM k410ren
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* RetroactiveRecognition: [[{{Series/Daredevil2015}} James Wesley]] is the SerialKiller in "Re-Do".
16th May '16 5:40:38 PM probiewankenobi
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* AntiClimaxBoss: [[SerialKiller Thomas Wilder]], Danny's BigBad of Season 6, has murdered over 20 college-aged women [[spoiler:and kidnapped Nicky[[note]]but he doesn't kill her [[/note]] is killed by Danny in the middle of an open field on their final showdown]].
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