Frank is right: we must never let go of the value of sitting down together as a family and having honest discussions about the challenges we face. He had a rough week professionally, but his speech honoring Sunday dinners almost made up for it.
Despite the fact that demonstrators have the right to peacefully assemble, it is absurd that they were allowed to do even half of what they did to Henry.
Creating an impassable roadblock to prevent someone from escaping, paying people to keep tabs on their whereabouts at all times, and yelling obscenities in their faces is not a peaceful protest. Like Frank, I couldn’t believe these methods weren’t illegal.
Surely there was a way for Frank to get even with them. Concerning the law, I didn’t see how this form of selective harassment could be considered a form of protest.
At the very least, anti-stalking laws would seem to prohibit the practice of constantly monitoring Henry’s whereabouts in order to harass him whenever he left the house.
The fact that they were bullying Henry was confirmed by Frank. They were wasting their time bothering him if they wanted to protest an existing NYPD policy. The boss here is Frank.
Demonstrating outside of One Police Plaza is one thing. It is quite another to constantly harass Henry by standing outside his house and shouting at him whenever he leaves or returns.
In my opinion, the protesters could have been arrested for a variety of offenses related to their behavior, including stalking, harassment, and general disturbance of the peace due to their loud demonstration in front of the residence. However,
Garrett was worried about how any action against the protesters would look, and he had good reason to be.
Frank’s position as police commissioner makes him vulnerable to accusations that he is using his authority to silence those who disagree with his policies by having them arrested. Taking into account political factors, the PC must ensure that the law is applied uniformly.
McNichols screamed at Eddie, telling her she had to follow protocol and couldn’t do whatever she wanted; this should be extended to the protesting civilians.
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It’s unacceptable for protesters to intimidate and bully bystanders who have no control over the situation, regardless of the justness of the cause or the protesters’ position on the policy being challenged.
Even though Garrett was unhappy with Frank’s response, it was the best option available. Kelly didn’t back down and couldn’t fathom why the protesters’ actions were wrong until they were directed at him.
The experience of having a group of counter-protesters yell in his face while he was trying to eat lunch taught him a valuable lesson about the inappropriateness of his actions.
A Breakdown Of Blue Bloods: Homefront
The Reagan family and Frank’s investigation into the attacks against them will be featured prominently in this week’s new episode, but there are many other intriguing plot threads that will be explored throughout the course of the show.
For the latest case he and Baez are working on, it looks like Danny will be going undercover again, this time with the help of an unlikely informant. As a result of her office’s decision to strike a deal with the man who attacked Baker, tensions between Erin and Frank’s Dream Team are bound to rise.
CBS has released a synopsis for tonight’s new episode of Blue Bloods from season 13 titled “Homefront.”
When protests against a divisive NYPD unit reach a boiling point, Frank investigates reports of harassment directed at the Reagan family. Eddie gets in trouble for disobeying a direct order, and Erin and the Dream Team have a disagreement after the district attorney’s office makes a deal with Baker’s attacker. Danny and Baez also form an unlikely partnership with an informant to prevent a murder.
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Blue Bloods Homefront Cast
The following series regulars and recurring players are credited for the episode, so fans can rest assured that everyone who is anyone on the show will be appearing in episode five of Blue Bloods:
- Tom Selleck (Frank Reagan)
- Donnie Wahlberg (Danny Reagan)
- Bridget Moynahan (Erin Reagan)
- Will Estes (Jamie Reagan)
- Len Cariou (Henry Reagan)
- Marisa Ramirez (Det. Maria Baez)
- Vanessa Ray (Officer Eddie Janko)
- Abigail Hawk (Abigail Baker)
- Gregory Jbara (DCPI Garrett Moore)
- Robert Clohessy (Lt. Gormley)
- Steven Schirripa (Anthony Abetamarco)
- Andrew Terraciano (Sean Reagan)
- Stephanie Kurtzuba (Captain McNichols)
- James Nuciforo (Nuciforo)
Henry and his friends are walking through a plaza when they are stopped by protesters who shout that Henry is responsible for founding a group called the Broken Toys Unit.
Abigail visits Erin in the hospital. She resents Erin for negotiating with the man who assaulted her.
Eddie arrives late, and Sgt. McNichols asks if he can ride along with her to an abduction.
Danny, come down to the park where my friend Bugs is hawking umbrellas. According to him, the gang members are pressuring him to commit a murder.
To Frank’s chagrin, he learns that the protesters’ harassment of his father was perfectly legal. When confronted by protesters, he immediately begins defending the unit and demands to know what transgressions have occurred within it. He requests an audience with the rally’s chief organizer.
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