Tonight, Blue Bloods season 10 episode 10 delivered a story that was emotional and then some. It put Jamie and Eddie’s relationship to the test, and it also injected a little bit of holiday cheer.
For Jamko in particular tonight, they had to take out a story that snowballed with Jamie freaking out about a to-do list that Eddie gave him after a long day at work. The way that Jamie “forgot” about it made her think that he didn’t care about it, and he also didn’t want a woman telling him what to do. Jamie did struggle with what Eddie was getting at, but a lot of it stemmed from her wanting to be heard and understood. Not only that, but she also wanted to be on the same page with the two of them working very opposite schedules.
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Meanwhile, Danny had a case of his own that revolved around some personality conflicts … albeit ones that were very much different. He and Baez had very different approaches to a case where a woman turned up dead in a club that was only attended by men. This was a case full of a lot of different twists, including corruption with some super-rich people at the center. This proved to be one of the better cases of the season. If nothing else, it was a memorable investigation with some staying power.
Meanwhile, for Frank Reagan tonight he had the oh-so-difficult task of assigning Gormley and Baker to tail the head of IAB, who was having an extramarital affair that was very much problematic. As it turned out, Baker actually knows the woman involved in it. The big question was what Frank decided to do about the situation — Frank had a discussion with the chief, and he is “losing the number” of the woman involving the affair. This was a difficult case to content with, mostly because having an affair is not illegal. Yet, at the same time it was an ethical quagmire. Frank deciding not to do anything was the only choice that he could come to.
In the end, we had a Blue Bloods holiday dinner, something that we appreciate especially this time of the year. Also, family Christmas carols! This was a nice way to end what was otherwise a serious episode. It brought everyone together, and this is what executive producer Leonard Goldberg (who passed away this week) originally intended.
What did you think about Blue Bloods season 10 episode 10 overall?
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