Earlier this season on Blue Bloods season 10, we all saw Nicky Reagan-Boyle make a pretty significant decision for her future: Going to San Francisco. She has a chance to start a new chapter somewhere else, while at the same time she’s also has to deal with the reality of being away from some of the people she loves.
Ultimately, we worry about how much more we’re going to see of Sami Gayle given the character’s departure from family dinner … but we do have some good news. According to a report from TVLine, you are going to have a chance to see more of Nicky at some point this season. The question there is simply this: When?
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If we had to guess, we’d argue that Nicky could be gone for a few episodes and then return either for the holidays or at some point in the new year. Even if her move ends up being permanent, characters do still return home! There’s also another possibility here, as well — what if she doesn’t enjoy her time in California as much as she thought she would? Home is where the heart is, and maybe over time Nicky is going to realize that she is going to be so much happier around her family again.
For now, the twist makes sense. Regardless of whether or not Nicky is gone for good, we’re used to seeing in some ways people deciding to go away from their families and enter a new chapter of their lives. It’s an opportunity for them to find themselves, and figure out where they stand after years of being under their relatives’ shadow. For Nicky in particular, that shadow lives a little bit larger when you think about some of the status that her family has in New York City. The Reagans are police royalty, and that is the sort of thing that makes us feel
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