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    Its my favorite show---good family values are highlighted, they deal with realistic, thorny problems, they treat Christianity (specifically Catholicism) with dignity and respect, and the bad guys usually get caught/shot--what's not to like
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    good scene, but I bet many of you taught your children like I did at an even younger age.

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    Great scene with the child. With the whole family being cops the wife should have had that leasson years before.
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    Very good show and the wife is not an "anti." We don't have regular television and get all our programs through Hulu or Netflix. This is one of the few American-made programs we watch. We also enjoy "Justified."

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    I never miss it (but have to save it to a DVR most of the time). I have read that Tom S is a fanatic about getting all of the gun scenes on the show as accurate as possible.
    Chose a weapon that goes bang EVERY time!

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    IMO, Bluebloods is well worth the time and effort.
    Every episode has something worth discussing around the dinner table.
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    A true family value program, clean cut like the programs I grew up with.
    Since the late 70's some movies and TV shows were all action with shooting.
    I am glad to see the family sitting at a dinner table on Sundays again.
    I agree with Chaplin Scott, even though I am not RC.
    Just look at our society now, I am carrying a side arm all the time. When I was younger a lot of our parents did not feel the need to do this, even though they owned guns.

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    Tom Selleck carried a "Fitz Special" in one episode. Selleck is a great gun guy. His movies are usually weapons accurate.

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    i have heard this show before,nice!

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    Agreed, pretty good show (although kinda silly cops stuff sometimes and Danny catches every case ever). Tom Selleck is actually really good and so is Donnie Wahlberg. Jennifer Espisito is still hot, too.

    This scene was good, but they should have added a part about Danny telling his son about the 12 pound trigger pull.
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