On Blue Bloods Season 10 Episode 9, the Mayor-Elect wants Frank to fire Garrett and Eddie continues having problems with Sergeant McNichols.

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Blue Bloods Season 10 Episode 9 revolves around change.

Mayor-Elect Chase calls Frank into his office and makes a bunch of demands, including that Frank fire Garrett. Frank wrestles with the decision, but it appears to have been made for him, as Garrett has been offered his dream job at Duke University.

Frank isn't happy, but Garrett is sure the job has nothing to do with a new Mayor coming into office. But Frank does not want to lose Garrett and thinks the new Mayor is more interested in protecting tourism than in what's best for New York City.

Meanwhile, Eddie rides with Sergeant McNichols and finds McNichols still is super critical of her. Eddie struggles to get along with McNichols, who eventually says she hates Reagans because Frank is a hypocrite. Abigail says she doesn't usually do this, but offers some info to Eddie this one time about why McNichols is angry at Frank.

Danny goes undercover to try to catch a guy who claims to want to kill a bartender, but is everything what it seems? And Erin gets into a fight with the court psychiatrist when the psychiatrist declares an abusive nanny not competent to stand trial.

To find out what happens, watch Blue Bloods Season 10 Episode 9 online.

Episode Details

On Blue Bloods Season 10 Episode 9, Danny goes undercover while Eddie confronts her boss who has a personal vendetta against the Reagan family.


Rating: 3.7 / 5.0 (24 Votes)
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Blue Bloods Season 10 Episode 9 Quotes

Anthony: Come on, four nights in a row? Even bad guys have to sleep sometime.
Erin: And yet these cases don't magically prosecute themselves.

Danny: Oh, she's got that bounce!
Baez: Do I need to call HR?
Danny: I mean the bounce of a detective who is back from court.