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Nearly each episode features a family dinner. This was at Tom Selleck's request to keep a sense of family. He also states that this scene is usually one of the longest ones to shoot. The family dinner happens always each Sunday around 17:00 to 17:30.
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Although they play father and son, Len Cariou is only five years and four months older than Tom Selleck.
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The actors who play Jack and Sean (Danny's kids) are brothers in real life in which Jack is the older brother and Sean the younger.
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Each member of the Reagan family represents a virtue according with their age and daily life: -Henry (Wisdom): As the retired Police Commissioner, he uses his experience as adviser for his family, contrasting the time when he was young to modern times. -Frank (Temperance): As Police Commissioner, he struggles with protocol rules and internal procedure, mediating with problematic cops, as well as political affairs with other authorities like NYC's Mayor and NY's Governor. -Danny (Justice): As a NYPD Detective, he investigates high level crimes (murder, mafia, gangs, sexual abuse, drugs, white collar theft), sometimes related with important criminals. -Jamie (Honesty): As a NYPD Police Officer (eventually promoted to Sergeant), he investigates low-rate crimes at street level (vandalism, domestic altercations, aggression, assault, fights, blue collar theft), as well as he tries to ensure that other cops don't violate the law. -Erin (Integrity): As Assistant District Attorney, she investigates possible fraud or corruption in police/judicial cases, in addition to get to condemn to the guilty by the crimes committed. -Linda (Compassion): In the work she performs as nurse, she helps to heal patients from their diseases, in addition to trying to bring balance in any possible family discussion. -Nicky (Idealism): As a teenager and high school student, she is a rebel who protests against the injustices of the world, criticizing them to her family. -Jack & Sean (Innocence): As children, they question the adult world, the rules that exist in it and how they work, frequently during the family dinner.
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In Blue Bloods: Justice Served (2013) you can see that Jamie carries a picture of his late brother Joe tucked inside his police hat. This also appears to be the same picture of Joe that's shown in the beginning of the show's pilot episode on Frank's bureau while Frank is getting ready to attend Jamie's graduation from the Police Academy. The actor shown in the photo is uncredited.
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In Blue Bloods: Flags of Our Fathers (2015) Henry Reagan claims to have met Frank Serpico. Serpico was a cop in the late 60s and early 70s and one of the first ones to report about the high level of corruption in the New York Police Department at that time. Eventually he was played by Al Pacino in Serpico (1973).
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Frank Reagan often states, "I'm the Police Commissioner. I know everything". In the Jesse Stone films, in which Tom Selleck also stars, Jesse Stone frequently states, "I'm the Police Chief. I know everything".
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Commissioner Reagan makes a speech about "The big things in life being easy; it's the small stuff that's hard." Tom Selleck uses exactly the same dialogue as General Eisenhower in Ike: Countdown to D-Day (2004).
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Often times that Henry talks with Frank, he refers/calls him by his birth name, Francis. He is the only one in whole cast to do it.
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Barney Miller (1975) centered around the antics of Captain Miller who was also at the 12th precinct.
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Shares cast members with the FX drama Rescue Me (2004). Andrea Roth, Robert John Burke, Bruce Altman, John Scurti, Jack McGee, and Jennifer Esposito all appear in both dramas. Blue Bloods and Rescue Me both take place in New York City. Blue Bloods involves the NYPD and Rescue Me the FDNY. They come from a pool of "New York Actors". When watching any Law & Order (1990) episodes, one can see those same actors to include some of the judges and attorneys who are the same as on Law & Order (1990).
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Filming nearly relocated from New York City to Toronto because city and state tax credit programs had expired. New York State offers a program which provides qualifying film and television productions a 30% credit for qualified production expenditures plus an additional 5% if the production is made in New York City.
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In Frank Reagan's office, on the wall at the left of the door can be seen a photo of Theodore Roosevelt (1858-1919), 26th President of the United States for two terms (1901-1909). In 1901, as Governor of New York just before he was elected President, Roosevelt made some reforms in the NYPD to cancel the old Police Commission founded in 1845 in order to create the charge of Police Commissioner, the job held by Frank Reagan.
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The house (exterior) where the Reagan clan have their Sunday Dinner is located at 8070 Harbor View Terrace in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn (opposite the Verrazano Bridge). The house is situated in a cozy neighborhood near the water. Despite the fact that CBS uses its image for Blue Bloods, the estate is actually privately owned by a group of Catholics from the Middle East called the Maronites. Thus, this is not a place that is open to the public; anyone who wants to get a glimpse of it in real life will have to be respectful and cautious.
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In Frank Reagan's office, on the wall at the right of the door can be seen a photo of the Twin Towers in silhouette with red sky and the sun between them at sunrise depicting a phenomenon called Manhattanhenge. This happens when sunlight matches exactly in a straight line with a street, avenue or between buildings.
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The actress who played Nicky Boyle in the pilot is Marlene Lawston. That was her only performance in "Blue Bloods." The actress who plays Nicky for the rest of the series is Sami Gayle.
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Frank Reagan has four children, three boys and a girl: Danny, Jamie, Joe (who died in the line of duty months before the premiere) and Erin. The only non-cop in the family is also the only daughter. Erin works as the Assistant District Attorney.
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Commissioner Reagan shares a first and middle name with Hill Street Blues (1981) Captain Francis (Frank) Xavier Furillo.
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While Will Estes (Will Estes) acts as an NYPD uniformed police officer on Blue Bloods (2010), he also appears as a Gotham City uniformed police officer Simon Jansen in The Dark Knight Rises (2012). Some of Gotham City's exterior shots were filmed in New York due to Gotham City being compared to NYC.
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Bruce Altman is credited under the character name "Mayor Frank Russo" throughout season 1, but the name is never actually mentioned in dialogue or shown in print. When he makes a return appearance in Season 3, his character is introduced as "Former Mayor Robert Levitt".
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In Blue Bloods: By Hook or by Crook (2018) Jamie reveals Eddie the origin of the Reagan's family dinner at Sundays, explaining that it was established by his grandmother Betty, Henry's deceased wife, as a remember to her childhood and her family in Ireland whose they always dined together, before she immigrated New York looking for a better life, where Betty met Henry.
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In Season 1, Frank Reagan is seen carrying a snub nose .38 Special with a 2" barrel given to him by his former commissioner father, who got it from his father. Upon close examination of high resolution photos stills, the revolver is a modified Colt .38 Special given the "Fitz treatment". Such treatment having originated with a Henry Fitzgerald who worked at Colt. The barrel was shortened from 4" to 2", the trigger guard opened, and the hammer cut down.
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Peter Hermann, who plays the recurring character lawyer Jack Boyle (Erin Reagan's ex husband and Nicky Reagan-Boyle's father), plays the too recurring character attorney Trevor Langan in another police procedure drama, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (1999). Her main star Mariska Hargitay, who plays Olivia Benson, is Hermann's real-life wife.
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In one of the Sunday dinner scenes they are talking about their failures of the week past and one of Danny's son's mentions that he asked a girl out and was rejected and Danny says, "oh please don't go girl". This is a nod to New Kids on the Block, a boy band that Donnie Wahlberg (Danny Reagen) has been in the since the late 1980's along with Jordan Knight, Joey McEntire, Danny Wood, and Jonathon Knight (Jordan's brother).
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The middle name of Joe, Frank's eldest son who was killed in the line of duty, is Conor.
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Not counting the Jesse Stone TV films, this is the third mystery/crime series for Tom Selleck after Magnum, P.I. (1980) and Murder, She Wrote (1984) (he repeated his role as Magnum in a crossover episode).
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Amy Carlson's character, Linda Reagan, is a nurse. In Third Watch (1999) Amy Carlson's character, Alex Taylor, is a paramedic.
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In several episodes, Jamie can be seen watching CFL (Canadian) football. In "Personal Business" (2016), footage of the Montreal Alouettes playing the Toronto Argonauts can be seen in the background while Jamie talks to Eddie Janko.
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Throughout the show, it is revealed that Nicky and Jack intend to join the family business, much to the chagrin of Erin and Linda: Nicky intends to become the Reagan family's first female cop, but Erin constantly strives for Nicky to follow her and be a lawyer; in a season 7 episode where Nicky aces a test to get into the NYPD police academy, it's revealed that Erin's fear for Nicky being a cop is less of her being a mother and more about them losing Joe in the line of duty. in a season six episode, Jack intends to follow Danny and join the Marines, but Linda berates Jack for considering it and Danny for supporting him as she believes that the world is too dangerously violent for Jack to go out and serve his country. Jack does throw aside his intentions to enlist, but does still intend to serve his country somehow. (Implying an intention to become a cop like Danny once was)
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In Blue Bloods: Shoot the Messenger (2014), at the Sunday's family dinner there is talk about the Theory of Broken Windows. The Theory is that minor offenses that are not addressed can lead to more serious crimes, making an analogy with a house whose windows are broken - if nothing is done, eventually the others windows would be broken too, and that could lead to more important crimes as throwing trash in it, breaking the furniture or burning the own house. It was written by George L. Kelling and James Q. Wilson and published on March 1, 1982 on the newspaper The Atlantic Monthly. Later it turned in a criminology book written by George L. Kelling and Catherine Coles and published in 1996.
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A repeated term used is "RMP" which is unique to the NYPD and stands for Radio Motor Patrol.
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Throughout the first season, Detective Baker, played by Abigail Hawk, is never called by her first name, but is credited as Detective Melissa or Detective Melissa Baker. Starting with season two, she is credited as Detective Abigail Baker.
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There are a number of unions (line organizations) which protect members of the New York Police Department depending on rank :

-Police Officers - Patrolmen's Benevolent Association (PBA).

-Sergeants - Sergeants' Benevolent Association (SBA).

-Detectives - Detectives Endowment Association (DEA).

-Lieutenants - Lieutenants Benevolent Association (LBA).

-Captains & above - Captains Endowment Association (CEA).
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In Blue Bloods: Close Calls (2018) Frank mentions Erin the Buddy Boys' scandal. It refers the 1986's arrest of 11 NYPD Officers in the 77th Precinct station house in the first major instance of corruption where the officers knocked down doors, stolen money and drugs from drug dealers and resold the stolen drugs, in addition to extortion operations within the precinct. Eventually, 13 Officers were indicted by it and all of the nearly 200 Officers at the 77th Precinct station house were transferred to other Brooklyn precincts.
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Alongside the Command logs are Memo Books, which are written note pads officers must keep as records of their activity
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Danny's address is 1712 Amboy Road in Staten Island.
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Commissioner Reagan frequently wears different variations of red and blue rep ties on the show. The red and blue may signify the red and blue colors of the police car lights.
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DIF is short for Death In Family.
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All the Reagan names have four or five letters: Henry, Frank, Danny, Jamie, Nicky, Linda, Peter (Frank's deceased older brother) and Betty (Henry's deceased wife) with five, and Erin, Jack, Sean and Mary (Frank's deceased wife) with four. The only one exception known is Joe (Danny, Erin and Jamie's deceased brother) with three, although Frank's real name is Francis and Jamie's is Jameson.
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In Blue Bloods: Smack Attack (2010), Tom Selleck character, Frank Reagan, said the press was more interested in "...creating heat than shedding light". He said something similar in Las Vegas: It's Not Easy Being Green (2007), some years before.
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Lou Diamond Phillips and Esai Morales, who played brothers in La Bamba (1987), both had recurring roles in Blue Bloods. Their characters never appeared together and were not related, but had the same surname, Delgado.
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In the United States, an "open carrier" ( also known as a "open microphone", "keyed microphone", or "open radio") is police parlance for a radio that has been inadvertently left on in Talk/Transmit mode. An open carrier stalls and paralyses broadcast traffic, leaving so-called "dead air" to reveal sudden gaps, smudges of hiss, gently swaying drones, beeping alerts, fragmented words, quick phrases, recessed conversations, and other unexpected artifacts. It's like butt-dialing everyone who is listening to the radio.
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OCID is short for Organized Crime Investigation Division
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William Sadler, who played the recurring character Armin Janko (Eddie Janko's father), played another recurring character in a police procedural drama as John McGarrett, Steve McGarrett's father (played by Alex O'Loughlin) killed in the pilot and appeared as flashback ahead in Hawaii Five-0 (2010).
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A similar concept to a Command Log is a Precinct Diary, also known as a Station or General Diary. It is a record of all important transactions/events taking place in a police station, including departure and arrival of police staff; handing over or taking over of charge; arrest of a person; and details of law and order duties. Moreover, it can be summarized by the following:
  • Complaints and charged preferred
  • Names of Arrested Persons
  • Names of Complainants
  • Listed Offenses
  • Weapons or Property seized
  • Names of Witnesses
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The words TARU mean Technical Assistance Response Unit of NYPD.
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The police personnel refer to Compstats. This is a performance management system that is used to reduce crime and achieve other police department goals.
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Both Bridget Monahan and Donnie Walhberg started in the TV series Bunker Hill which takes place in Charlestown, MA. which is across the Charles River from Boston.
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In the opening credits, the cast to appear (in order) are Donnie Wahlberg, Bridget Moynahan, Will Estes, Len Cariou and Tom Selleck.
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The first names of all four Ryan brothers in Saving Private Ryan (1998) are the same or very similar to those of male members of the Reagan family: Peter, Daniel and Sean are the three Ryan brothers who were killed or reported missing in action; the title character is James Francis Ryan, while the Reagans have a Jameson and a Francis.
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A command log could be one of two things
  • A notation in said log when a superior officer visits to make an inspection
  • Watch Command Log is a daily summary of events of significance compiled by Watch Commanders. There are three watches in a 24-hour period: days, afternoons and graveyards. Items contained in the Watch Command Log are based on information available at the time of its release and should not be interpreted as an admission or finding of guilt. Arrest information may differ from formal charges filed by the prosecuting agency.
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The NYPD uniformed personnel often refer to a 'bus'. This refers to an ambulance.
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The words ESU mean Emergency Service Unit of NYPD.
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Despite the last name, the Reagan family not have a relation with Ronald Reagan, the famous actor in the 40s and 50s that eventually turned in the 40th President of the United States, serving from 1981 to 1989 (he was reelected for a second term in 1985).
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In Blue Bloods: Brushed Off (2017) Mimi Rogers plays Trudy Slaughter, a painter related with Frank Reagan (Tom Selleck) by an incident happened when he was a young police officer at early 80s. In real-life Rogers and Selleck dated at early 80s (1982-1983). This episode reunites them after Jesse Stone: Stone Cold (2005), where Selleck plays police chief Jesse Stone.
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Spoilers 

The trivia items below may give away important plot points.

In Blue Bloods: Men in Black (2013) it is revealed that Frank Reagan had an older brother, Peter Christopher Reagan, who died at 18 months of leukemia. This loss caused Betty (Frank's mother) to make the decision to not have more children. It implies that both Henry and Frank have lost a son in the family after Joe Reagan (Frank's son) died in the line of duty.
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In Blue Bloods: This Way Out (2013), Mayor Poole (David Ramsey) is shot by a developmentally disabled teenager, injuring his backbone and left him in a wheelchair, turning Poole in the only one New York City's mayor to be paraplegic. It's a nod for Franklin D. Roosevelt (1882-1945), 32nd President of the United States during four terms (1933-1945) and the only one to being in a wheelchair (due to the polio, a very common disease at those times).
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Danny Reagan's wife Linda was died off-screen after the end of season seven and prior to season eight in a medical helicopter accident due to that Amy Carlson's contract ended and it wasn't renewed. Eventually, in Blue Bloods: Playing with Fire (2018) Danny learns that a Mexican cartel's hitman named Louis Delgado was the responsible to burn his house in Blue Bloods: The Thin Blue Line (2017) as retaliation by Danny's seizure of a cartel's shipment of several million dollars in The Thin Blue Line. Finally, in Blue Bloods: Common Enemies (2019) it's revealed that the helicopter accident was on purpose and her death was ordered by Mexican drug-lord cartel Jose "The Clam" Rojas (he also gave order to burn Danny's house) after Danny's investigation.
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This the second series for Tom Selleck and Len Cariou after Murder, She Wrote (1984). Selleck appeared in one episode as detective Thomas Magnum, repeating his role from Magnum, P.I. (1980), meanwhile Cariou was a recurrent character, CIA Agent Michael Hagerty. Therefore, they didn't share a scene.
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Prior to Jamie's engagement to Eddie at the end of season 8, he has not dated anyone whatsoever since being dumped by Sydney in the first season; in a season 7 episode, he reveals to Eddie that Sydney mainly left him because she wanted him to be 'My fiancé the lawyer,' instead of 'My fiancé the cop'.
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The first season involves Joe Reagan's death, happened off-screen a few months prior the premiere. Accepting the case to solve his brother's death, Jamie infiltrates in a long-time rumored group named Blue Templar. Blue Templar was an undercover organization inside NYPD's police born at the 70s years after Frank Serpico's scandal as an parallel Internal Affairs division, that in the 80s years it turned on a criminal organization implicated on drugs and crime. Eventually Jamie learns that Joe was a member of Blue Templar and that Joe's partner Sonny Malevsky was Blue Templar's leader, being assassinated by him when Malevsky discovered that Joe wanted to reveal the truth about Blue Templar's activities.
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Despite their prominence in the series, especially in the Sunday's family dinner, Betty and Mary Reagan never appear in the series, as they died before the time covered by the series: Betty (Henry's wife) by disease on December 2, 2001, and Mary Reagan (Frank's wife, Henry's daughter-in-law and mother of Danny, Jamie, Joe and Erin) by cancer on September 14, 2005.
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In Blue Bloods: Flags of Our Fathers (2015), at Sunday's family dinner Henry Reagan talks about a TV movie called Boys in Blue starred by Robert Conrad claiming that it was loosely based on his life. Although Boys in Blue (1984) exists, isn't starred by Conrad but Dean Martin's son Dean Paul Martin (as Officer Danny Harris), Gregg Henry (as Officer Jeff Martin), Maggie Cooper (as Officer Grace Carpenter) and Murray Hamilton (as Captain Sid Bender). Since then in the 80's Henry Reagan was Police Commisioner (highest rank in the series), Conrad's role should be played by Hamilton as Captain Bender (highest rank in the TV movie).
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