Blue Bloods season 14 episode 2: Was Frank Reagan fired?

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Tonight, Blue Bloods season 14 episode 2 featured, to the surprise of no one, another issue for Frank Reagan and the Mayor. What was this one?

Well, on paper, it could be something that ends up causing Frank his job. Chase wanted to potentially create a police commissioner over just a sole commissioner, meaning that Tom Selleck’s character would have to share his responsibility with a myriad of other people. As you would imagine, this is the sort of thing that could prove quite complicated! Everyone has their own opinion on how the city should be run and by virtue of that, it was easy to envision situations where not as much got done. On the flip side, the Mayor believed that a commission could better represent the actual makeup of the city.

Initially, Frank’s response to this to the press was quite simple: It was a terrible idea. He realized later that he needed to at least present a different argument on the subject, but he still didn’t like it. In all honestly, we also wondered if it was something that the Mayor even intended to do. Was it possible that this was all one of those negotiation tactics designed with the express purpose of trying to create some chaos?

By the end of the episode, most everything was right with the world again. Frank Reagan is still the commissioner, and it seems as though he’s found a way to keep things from changing for now … after all, the whole committee idea was really one that Chase floated out there. It was not necessarily something that he 100% intended to do! Nonetheless, we can’t say that we’re altogether surprised by the reactions or the escalation that came as a result. These two have a history. It was inevitable that something like this could happen.

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This article was written by Jessica BunBun.

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