Frank goes head to head with an outspoken City Council member as Whoopi Goldberg guest stars on Blue Bloods. "Help Me Help You" is the 16th episode of the show's sixth season.
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Danny and Baez try to figure out why a cop has gone AWOL on Blue Bloods. "Fresh Start" is the 15th episode of the show's sixth season.
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Danny must figure out who the killer is when several women come forward to confess to the crime on Blue Bloods. "The Road to Hell" is the 14th episode of the show's sixth season.
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Franks and Erin share a night out and enjoy themselves on Blue Bloods. "Stomping Ground" is the 13th episode of the show's sixth season.
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Frank is faced with a conflict that involves the badge number of his deceased son, Joe on Blue Bloods. "Cursed" is the 12th episode of the show's sixth season.
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Frank worries when an old partner decides to write a book sharing stories of their past on Blue Bloods. "Back in the Day" is the 11th episode of the show's sixth season.
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Frank must deal with an activist group planning to burn the flag on Blue Bloods. "Flags of Our Fathers" is the tenth episode of the show's sixth season.
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Erin has to take over a case from a colleague when it ends in a hung jury on Blue Bloods. "Hold Outs" is the ninth episode of the show's sixth season.
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Danny's life gets complicated when a serial killer targets his family and Linda questions the state of their marriage on Blue Bloods. "Unsung Heroes" is the eighth episode of the show's sixth season.
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The Reagan Family takes a photo with a famous car from a classic film on Blue Bloods. "The Bullitt Mustang" is the seventh episode of the show's sixth season.
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Jamie is placed on restricted duty after an incident during a street protest on Blue Bloods. "Rush to Judgement" is the sixth episode of the show's sixth season.
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Danny helps search for two escaped convicts on Blue Bloods. "Back Stabbers" is the fifth episode of the show's sixth season.
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Blue Bloods Quotes

Frank: Down these mean streets a man must go who is not himself mean. Who is neither tarnished or afraid.
Henry: Raymond Chandler?
Frank: His definition of a hero.

I don't understand, but I believe you.

Frank