Directed by John Behring. With Donnie Wahlberg, Bridget Moynahan, Will Estes, Len Cariou. Danny and Baez join a narcotics task force to track a drug supplier; Baez comes into contact with drugs and gets an accidental overdose; Jamie and Eddie work to protect a rehabilitated sex offender; Frank forms an unlikely alliance with Mayor Dutton.
Episodes have gotten a bit more interesting lately. This one wasn’t too bad, though I’m still debating giving up on the series.
The political machinations between the PC and the governor were a bit odd and difficult to follow and seemed a bit like phony drama to me.
With Joseph Anderson, Narada Campbell, Omar J. Dorsey, Jeff Leaf. When Danny accepts a side job as a bodyguard for a recently released ex-con who took the fall for someone else, he uses the opportunity to go after the real criminal. Also, Gormley's wife, Sheila (Cady Huffman), asks Frank to give Gormley a bigger command position, and Jamie and Eddie witness a lovers' quarrel between two cops that leads them to reflect on their own complicated relationship.
A relatively up the middle episode. Good to see Baker get in some more significant screen time–perhaps a present before she’s away on maternity leave?
Directed by Alex Chapple. With Donnie Wahlberg, Bridget Moynahan, Will Estes, Len Cariou. When Eddie and Jamie become overly involved in a complicated adoption case between the birth and adoptive parents, they ask Erin to help them settle the dispute without going to court. Also, Frank looks into reports of NYPD cadets cheating on their psychological exams, and Danny learns that Jack plans to enlist in the Marines after graduation.
Biological parents come back 5 years later to try to get their adopted son back?!