Blue Bloods (2010– )
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Chinatown 

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After Jamie secretly meets FBI Agent Anderson in Chinatown after hours to decline succeeding his late brother, Joe, as spy in the search for the Blue Templars, he sees triad goons attack a ... See full summary »

Director:

Michael Pressman

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Robin Green (created by), Mitchell Burgess (created by) | 1 more credit »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Donnie Wahlberg ... Danny Reagan
Bridget Moynahan ... Erin Reagan-Boyle
Will Estes ... Jamie Reagan
Len Cariou ... Henry Reagan
Tom Selleck ... Frank Reagan
Amy Carlson ... Linda Reagan
Nicholas Turturro ... Sgt. Anthony Renzulli (as Nick Turturro)
Scott Cohen ... Dr. Warren Wakefield
Dylan Moore ... Sydney Davenport
Hoon Lee ... Detective Tuan
Nick Sandow ... Lt. Alex Bello
James Saito ... Dennis Eng
Michelle Krusiec ... Nancy Wakefield
Sami Gayle ... Nicky Boyle
Colleen Clinton ... Agent Anderson
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After Jamie secretly meets FBI Agent Anderson in Chinatown after hours to decline succeeding his late brother, Joe, as spy in the search for the Blue Templars, he sees triad goons attack a woman, as it turns out an illegal prostitute, and intervenes. In the ensuing chase, one of them gets hit by a car and dies. I.A. is instructed to conduct a rigorous investigation as the press might suggest the commissioner's son is getting special treatment, although he merely omitted calling in colleagues on duty for which there was too little time. Meanwhile Danny, who remembers having needed spankings unlike his golden kid brother, finds a way round the reluctance of potential witnesses and links the case, in which the surviving triad abuser is murdered to shut him up, to prostitution and baby trade for adoption. Jamie's girlfriend, Syd, dumps him for a promotion to London. Written by KGF Vissers

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Crime | Drama

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TV-14 | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

12 November 2010 (USA) See more »

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Color

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1.78 : 1
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Quotes

Danny Reagan: Hey, you okay?
Jamie Reagan: Yeah, I'm fine.
Danny Reagan: Have you given your statement to anybody?
Jamie Reagan: Yeah, I talked to uh I talked to this guy.
[Points at another detective]
Danny Reagan: Jack, he says he gave his statement to this guy over here.
[Points her in the other detective's direction, then turns to Jamie]
Danny Reagan: What happened?
Jamie Reagan: Well, you know the uh, the triad, they kidnap illegal immigrants to try and squeeze money out of their families in China right?
Danny Reagan: Yeah yeah it's one of their many upstanding activities, why, what happened?
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References E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982) See more »

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Reagan's Theme
By Rob Simonsen
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They don't need to know
6 October 2016 | by bkoganbingSee all my reviews

The action is on Will Estes in this Blue Bloods story. He's a rookie on probation and while off duty and in Chinatown prevents a kidnapping of a young Asian woman. One man with a nice size rapsheet is run down fleeing from the scene.

Internal Affairs is all over Estes on this one. He acted above board and perfectly appropriately, but they always are looking for scalps. As it turns out he's got good reasons for not wanting people to know his business.

I doubt very much that the NYPD would let brother Donnie Wahlberg ever get near a case involving his brother. Still as always Wahlberg gets results.

This episode though is a great illustration about why I told my nephew not to pursue this as a career. Internal Affairs always has to justify its existence and on a slow week will go after someone like Will Estes.

This episode also has Scott Cohen in a usual Scott Cohen smarmy role of a doctor with a racket going. He'a always good to watch.


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