Danny tries tracking down the drug cartel who's attacked a convoy of drugs been transported to be incinerated. Baez is left injured. Frank treads carefully.
Jamie stands up for a fellow officer, ostracized for testifying against their partner. Frank is given a difficult request by Boomer.
Eddie and James attempt to steal a collar from a pompous detective. An officer is outed and his partner refuses to ride with him. Danny and Baez are asked to work with new partners. Elsewhere Frank speaks out about equality on the force.
Frank is put in a difficult position when Danny is charged with using excessive force. Jamie brings homeless man to the hospital.
Jamie has become a target after intervening in an abusive relationship. Elsewhere an illegal recording of Henry making insensitive comments is leaked.
Frank and Danny become determined to make sure that an international felon who always manages to walk away from murder charges ends up behind bars. Erin thinks about going into private practice after she looks into college costs for Nicky. Danny clashes with his new boss.
An interview goes badly for Frank after he ends up being blindsided by the interim district attorney. Danny and his new boss deal with a drive-by shooting.
Frank is faced with a public backlash after a police officers body camera malfunctions during an altercation.
The murder of three prominent community leaders seem to be hate crimes.
Frank pushes to find evidence against a suspected cop killer who shot one of Henry’s fellow officers years ago. Meanwhile, Danny and Baez investigate a string of murders involving adult film stars.
Danny is conflicted when he learns that a group of highly trained Army veterans are responsible for a robbery. Meanwhile, after a bomb scare in a subway turns out to be the work of a famous street artist, Garrett and Gormley argue about how to deal with the fallout.
Jamie gets Danny involved when he finds a homeless teen who claims his aunt was killed by her boyfriend. Meanwhile, Erin is angered when McCoy replaces her as the prosecutor on a case involving a corrections officer.
After a homeowner shoots an intruder, some stunning information comes to light.
A resident living in the low-income part of a luxury apartment building is found dead.
Erin needs to try and bring a mob informant back to New York to help with a case when she loses her star witness.
When an emotionally distraught man holds Baez hostage at gunpoint in an interrogation room after she served him with a restraining order, Danny must try to meet his demands before he harms her. Meanwhile, Frank is faced with a personal and moral dilemma when Garrett asks for help in dropping charges filed against his son.
Erin is rattled when an unknown assailant breaks into her apartment and also attacks her co-worker. Meanwhile, Jamie and Eddie discover a pipe bomb in an elderly woman’s apartment, and Frank looks into a charity that is soliciting money for the NYPD.
Eddie works under cover as she investigates a kidnapping ring that is targeting young women.
Frank goes toe to toe with an investigative journalist who refuses to give up her source, despite the source admitting to committing murder. Also, Danny is paired with a troubled teenager as part of an NYPD program aimed at influencing youth to make better decisions, on BLUE BLOODS, Friday, April 3 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Leslie Hope guest stars as Anne Farrell, the investigative journalist.
When a suspect voluntarily admits to killing a reality show celebrity chef in his own restaurant, Danny and Baez are convinced the suspect is taking the fall for someone. Also, Frank faces a moral dilemma when a longtime friend, Sen. Ted McCreary, asks for Frank’s help to make a DUI go away, and investigative journalist Anne Farrell returns, on BLUE BLOODS, Friday, April 10 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Peter Coyote guest stars as the Senator.