Blue Bloods

Sins of the Father - S5-E10

Character mistake: Sergeant Gormley is promoted to Lieutenant. In the next episode, Baggage, he is referred to as Sergeant Gormley by Commissioner Reagan at least twice.

The Truth About Lying - S4-E4

Continuity mistake: Near the end of the episode, just after Danny's family is looking at the Statue of Liberty, Danny puts his arm around Linda, and then does it a second time.

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The City That Never Sleeps - S4-E2

Continuity mistake: Danny and his partner are driving with a passenger in the back seat. You can see both front seat headrests removed while they are talking in the car. Next shot shows the car from outside and you can see the headrests are on the seats.

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Trivia: Although Len Cariou plays Tom Selleck's father, he's only five years older than Selleck.

Frank Reagan: I'm the PC. I know everything.

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Question: What is the significance of the lapel pin worn by detectives on Blue Bloods?

Chosen answer: It is the lapel pin worn by members of the NYPD Honor Legion.

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Question: Why why does Danny always yell, "hey!" When he's is a half a block from the perpetrators which gives the perpetrators 1/2 block head start running from Danny. Why doesn't he wait until he's close to him and he wouldn't have to chase him so far?

Answer: It's a common cop show plot device. If the police on the show always acted in the most logical way (i.e. not alerting a suspect to their presence) the show wouldn't have the opportunity for an exciting foot chase.

Jason Hoffman

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Question: What is the green and white striped American looking flag in the commissioner's office?

Answer: It's the New York Police Department flag, created in 1919. The stripes represent the 5 boroughs and the stars the different towns that made up New York (including New York City itself).

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