‘Blue Bloods’ Season 11: 2 Episode Titles Revealed, What Could They Mean?

Blue Bloods is coming back after unexpectedly taking a week off. The titles of two upcoming episodes have been revealed early. These are the titles and what they could possibly mean for the Reagans.

‘Blue Bloods’ episode titles are revealed. What could they mean?

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The rest of season 11 is still a mystery to fans. But now, the titles for two more episodes have been revealed.

Episode 10 of the season is called “The Common Good,” and it’ll air on April 2. This doesn’t leave a lot of room for speculation. Every episode of Blue Bloods usually shows multiple sides of a debate. In the end, the characters try to do the “good” thing to protect the people’s interests. We might get a Frank Reagan (Tom Selleck) scene diving further into the common good philosophy. It might even be part of the discussion at dinner.

Episode 11 is reportedly going to be titled “Guardian Angels,” according to The Futon Critic. This title is an interesting one. It could be a hint that someone might be watching over certain characters to keep them safe. Or it could be a nickname for a Reagan family member, given they usually protect other people.

The Reagans are known for being lucky, but they have experienced some losses. Joe Reagan was murdered before the first episode. Linda Reagan (Amy Carlson) died in a helicopter crash after season 7. It would be interesting if either dead character could play a part in the new episode. 

Will Joe Hill return before the end of ‘Blue Bloods’ Season 11?

Eddie stands up and pushes Jamie who is sitting down looking at a laptop on 'Blue Bloods'
Will Estes as Jamie Reagan, Vanessa Ray as Eddie Janko on ‘Blue Bloods’ | Patrick Harbron/CBS via Getty Images

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The end of season 10 revealed Joe unknowingly had a son named Joe Hill (Will Hochman). He joined the family for dinner in the finale after being discovered.

Joe hasn’t been regularly seen in season 11. The family convinced him to join them again for dinner earlier in the season. But he decided to take a break from going to weekly dinners after it became widely known he was related to the Reagans. That’s because his fellow detectives accused him of lying about being a Reagan and got into a fight. 

Fans haven’t seen him since “Atonement.” But there is a good chance we’ll see him again before the end of season 11.

“So, we play that out, and then we will hopefully revisit with Joe Hill further on in the season but, I don’t have to tell you this Dominic [Patten], we have a lot of actors to serve who’ve been doing this for 11 years now,” showrunner Kevin Wade told Deadline

Sadly, season 11 is going to be a shorter season than usual with 16 episodes. Fans will have to wait and see how the upcoming episodes will actually play out.