‘Blue Bloods’: Frank Faces a Conflict and Jamie Helps a Friend Deal with a Sensitive Issue

Get ready for an exciting “Blue Bloods” episode. This week on “Blue Bloods” we see key members of the Reagan family dealing with some tough issues. Season 10, episode six, titled “Glass Houses,” highlights Frank, Jamie, and Danny’s struggles to navigate some tricky situations.

Frank must manage a financial situation affecting a former police officer, Jamie is called on to help out a police friend, and Danny is hard at work trying to catch a cold-blooded killer. We doubt you’ll be bored during this episode. How will each Reagan handle the stress? Here’s what Showbiz Cheat Sheet knows about the latest “Blue Bloods” episode.

Frank’s dilemma

Tom Selleck Blue Bloods |  Patrick Harbron/CBS via Getty Images
Tom Selleck on Blue Bloods | Patrick Harbron/CBS via Getty Images

Frank Reagan is torn about how to handle a situation with a former police officer. The former cop, Rick Austin (Evan Arthur Hall), has a complaint about his pension. We don’t know what the complaint is, but we’re guessing he feels he’s not getting enough money. Will Frank try to help Rich get a bigger payout?

Jamie tries to help a friend deal with a sensitive issue

Will Estes | Patrick Harbron/CBS via Getty Images
Will Estes | Patrick Harbron/CBS via Getty Images

Jamie Reagan is also managing a tough situation. He tries to help out his friend, Connor O’Brien (Brian Hutchison), figure out what to do about racy photos of his daughter that have been floating around the internet. We wouldn’t quite know what to do in that situation, either. Hopefully, Jamie will get to the bottom of this and find the person responsible for putting those photos out there. We bet Eddie has some great advice for Jamie.

Danny is on the hunt for a killer

Donnie Wahlberg and Danny Reagan | Patrick Harbron/CBS via Getty Images
Donnie Wahlberg and Danny Reagan | Patrick Harbron/CBS via Getty Images

Jamie isn’t the only one on the hunt this episode. Danny is also looking for someone. He’s hoping to catch a killer who shot his online prison pen-pal. We guess his pen-pal was pretty bad about keeping up with his letter writing. Or maybe there was a miscommunication and the killer didn’t quite get the tone of one of the letters. We don’t know what set this killer off, but Danny is hot on his trail. Well, regardless of what happened, we’re sure Danny will crack this case in no time. (If you like these kinds of story lines and you’re a fan of “FBI,” you’ll want to catch season 1, episode 17, where Maggie Bell is on the hunt for a serial killer.)

Anthony comes to terms with his son’s future in the NYPD

Anthony Abatemarco (Steve Schirripa) is forced to face reality when he realizes his foster son, Sam (Jaden Michael), might not be the best candidate for a job as a police officer. He naturally had his hopes up since he works for the NYPD. Most parents hope their children will follow in their footsteps, but it doesn’t look like that’s in the cards for this father and son. Anthony is just going to have to accept that Sam is following a different path.

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