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Blue Bloods - Crime Scene New York This Way Out (2010– ) Online

Blue Bloods - Crime Scene New York This Way Out (2010– ) Online
Original Title :
This Way Out
Genre :
TV Episode / Crime / Drama
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Directror :
Peter Werner
Cast :
Donnie Wahlberg,Bridget Moynahan,Will Estes
Writer :
Robin Green,Mitchell Burgess
Type :
TV Episode
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Blue Bloods - Crime Scene New York This Way Out (2010– ) Online

Jamie's patrol buddy 'Skiny' Vinny has been fatally shot in Los Lordes' neighborhood, but none of the terrorized Bitterman housing tenants dare testify. The mayor commandeers reluctant Frank to join him as key speaker on an event for that public, only to be shot himself. The easily arrested perpetrator, Hector Santiago, is a mentally handicapped 'adult' whom Vinny often babysat. Overzealous detectives question him black and blue, so Jamie reports them to Frank. Jamie talks to Hector, since he remembers Jamie. Jamie uses the radio to keep Hector calm during the interview; something Hector's family told him about, to learn how he was manipulated. That proves crucial for Danny's overzealous crusade to close in on the crafty street gang lord Santana, a master at intimidation and abuse, even on his loyally jailed girlfriend.
Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Donnie Wahlberg Donnie Wahlberg - Danny Reagan
Bridget Moynahan Bridget Moynahan - Erin Reagan
Will Estes Will Estes - Jamie Reagan
Len Cariou Len Cariou - Henry Reagan
Tom Selleck Tom Selleck - Frank Reagan
Amy Carlson Amy Carlson - Linda Reagan
Sami Gayle Sami Gayle - Nicky Reagan-Boyle
Nicholas Turturro Nicholas Turturro - Sgt. Anthony Renzulli (as Nick Turturro)
Gregory Jbara Gregory Jbara - Garrett Moore
Marisa Ramirez Marisa Ramirez - Maria Baez
Robert Clohessy Robert Clohessy - Sid Gormley
Kamar de los Reyes Kamar de los Reyes - Santana
Ana Nogueira Ana Nogueira - Nona Palmeira
Joanna Gleason Joanna Gleason - Grace Newhouse
Juan Carlos Hernández Juan Carlos Hernández - Raul

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Excellent writing and The new shows this fall have almost all been hugely disappointing, starting with the new "Law and Order: LA" which proves that the concept of the show is starting to get old, "The Event" is yet another bunch of twists and turns that will end in the middle of nowhere sooner or later and the hugely anticipated "Hawaii-Five-O" started out strong, but has now taken a turn for the worse, although it's still among the better new shows, which frankly isn't saying much.

"Blue Bloods", on the other hand, really stands out as a gritty and quite realistic police drama, made by the producers of the hugely successful and dearly missed "The Sopranos". Now, we get to see inside the daily lives of a family whose job is to solve crimes, instead of committing them, and thanks to an ensemble of gifted actors, it's quite interesting to see their interactions, both personally and professionally.


The last episode of season 3 of Blue Bloods has the NYPD going to war with the Latin Kings like street gang that has taken total control of of the 'Bitter End' housing projects. At a community meeting the mayor David Ramsey is shot and wounded by a Asperger's Syndrome kid played by Omar Maskati.

The circumstances surrounding the shooting are very similar to those of the Yussef Hawkins murder in the Bensonhurst section of Brooklyn many years ago. It was a gang and the rest of the gang egged on another mentally challenged kid Joey Fama to shoot the black kid who dared invade their turf. Fama was in many ways a dupe.

The gang leader Kamar DeLos Reyes is one crafty opponent who sacrifices one and all if need be. It was a close run thing in taking him down.

It also involved Ramsey breaking some of his policy decisions to bring law and order to the Bitter End. The climax is one of Blue Bloods best moments.