In season 13, there are two major main themes for our characters, and a major crime must be solved. First, Frank (Tom Selleck) announces that he will not endorse Erins (Bridget Moynahan) as a district attorney, which has sparked a lot of people. Then, he is promoted to a new job as a field intelligence sergeant, but he will not be permitted to speak to anyone about it, including his wife. Lastly, Danny (Do
- Meet the season 13 cast
This season, Erin''s election for district attorney is a major storyline, and Frank lacks a lot of support for his daughter, but there are a few minor differences. However, audiences seemed to disagree on this one.
The PC that does not support Erin''s opponent for DA is the PC that supports Erin. He cannot come out publicly. He must be neutral here. Frank wants her to win. "It''s all we know about it, read one sentence."
The PC who supports Erin is @BlueBloodsOctober 15, 2022. He cannot come out publicly. He must be neutral here. We all know that. #BlueBloodsOctober 15, 2022
Definitely enjoyed Eddie and Jamie''s discussion about other things beyond their jobs. Erin went to Frank and understood his decision so much. It''s nice to hear all of those songs from the Reagans #BlueBloods October 15, 2022
"Erin, Frank"''s aim is for you to win the election on your own merit. ''Erin Reagan only won because her father supported her,'' said another admirer.
Erin, Frank''s challenge is to win the election on your own merit. No one can say, "Erin Reagan only won because her dad endorsed her." @BlueBloodsOctober 15, 2022
Once more, @BlueBloods_CBS writers knocked out of the park on tonight''s episode. Love the #Jamko scenes. Frank and Erin scene was very well done. Always enjoy family dinner scene. #BlueBloodsOctober 15, 2022
A tweet has been given the appropriate resumption of the character: ''You need to give it to Frank. He has never been a fan of nepotism.''
Frank deserves to give up his job. He''s never been a fan of nepotism. @BlueBloods_CBS #BlueBloods pic.twitter.com/xbC8vKlNErOctober 15, 2022
After the last week episode, many people felt the relationship. Jamie and Eddies seems to become even stronger with each episode this season, which is really pleasing to see.
"I love this new Jamie and Eddie 2.0. A great way to grasp the secrets," one person said.
I love this new Jamie and Eddie 2.0. A good way to prepare for the secrets...#BlueBloodsOctober 15, 2022
One person is a bit obsessed with these two #Jamko #BlueBloods pic.twitter.com/VOcHa26KekOctober 15, 2022
"First Blush" - such a cute #Jamko story with Eddie in charge of every step, while Eddie encourages them to enter a new era as a couple. I''m so excited about what S13 will bring!!"
The first Blush from #BlueBloods is such a funny #Jamko story with Eddie leading Jamie at every step, and Eddie is encouraging them to create a new era as a couple. I''m so excited about what S13 will bring!! October 15, 2022
"I like how Eddie found a loophole in Jamie''s new job, and it will guide both of them in making a significant difference," a fellow viewer said.
Eddie discovered a loophole in Jamie''s new job, which would help in the big shift for both of them. I think Jamie wasn''t going to transfer to the 20th. He wanted to see how she would react. #BlueBloodsOctober 15, 2022
Without a family dinner arrangement, no episode of Blue Bloods would be complete, and it still manages to be everyone''s favorite scene no matter what''s going on.
"I really enjoyed the Sunday Dinner scene. It''s nice to hear all of those Reagan stories," said one audience member.
@BlueBloods Thanks for letting us know @DonnieWahlberg pic.twitter.com/OXhYi95EvnOctober 15, 2022
I''ll be invited to a Reagan family dinner once more #BlueBloods @DonnieWahlbergbtw - pancake syrup in your hair Danny?? pic.twitter.com/p95igPQPuSOctober 15, 2022
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