It might be fair to say that Blue Bloods character Erin Reagan is having a tough time with some sudden realizations in her life.
Reagan, played by Bridget Moynahan, just has some stuff that’s raw and real in her life. She starts talking about stuff with Anthony Abetemarco, played by Steve Schirripa. Let’s take a closer look at this situation with some help from Matt & Jess.
Erin looks around and believes everything that is in her life is there because of one thing: her career.
She sees this also as a reason both friendships and relationships ended. Erin also reflects back on some recent chats with Nicky, played by Sami Gayle, and Jack, played by Tony Terraciano.
All this comes up in a chat with Anthony on Blue Bloods. This stuff begins to eat away at Erin. Of course, she’s still trying to determine if she really is going to run for District Attorney. In a recent episode, Erin looked right at Frank and said she wasn’t going to run.
Mercy. She’s got a lot on her plate. Interested in seeing what Erin and Anthony chat about? We’ve got you covered, Outsiders.
This episode will be on this Friday at 10 p.m. Eastern, 9 p.m Central, on CBS.
Besides Moynahan and Schirripa, other cast members include Tom Selleck, Donnie Wahlberg, Vanessa Ray, Len Cariou, and Marisa Ramirez.
‘Blue Bloods’ Star Schirripa Gets Nerdy About One Thing That’s Got NYC Feel
There are a lot of things that could be called nerdy. For Blue Bloods star Steve Schirripa, there’s just one thing that goes in that category: sports.
Yes, New Yorkers love their sports. People remember Schirripa from playing Bobby Bacala on The Sopranos years ago. Bobby loved his model trains and some would say that’s definitely a nerdy thing.
But Schirripa just loves sports, especially the New York Knicks. It’s an organization that has to look back at Dave DeBusschere and Willis Reed for NBA title memories. The Knicks did reach the NBA Finals in 1984 and 1999 but did not win.
Back in 2016, Schirripa talked about, well, nerdiness with Talk Nerdy With Us.
He begins with some questions.
“What is a nerd, really?” he asks. “What is a nerd? I’m getting philosophical. I mean, is it your stereotypical nerd, or is it something else? I don’t know. I’ve been good friends with a lot of nerds over the years, I guess.
Schirripa said what brings out the nerd in him is sports.
“I’m a sports nerd, I’m a big New York Knicks fan, so if I’m a nerd with anything, I guess that’s it,” he said. “I’m certainly not a technical guy. You know, I still have a flip phone.”