‘Blue Bloods’ Star Abigail Hawk Gives Fans Look at Behind-Scenes Rehearsal With Tom Selleck

by Joe Rutland
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“Blue Bloods” fans know that actress Abigail Hawk plays Commissioner’s Aide Abigail Baker, who works for NYPD Commissioner Frank Reagan.

Reagan is played by Tom Selleck in the CBS police drama.

Well, Hawk decided to share a little behind-the-scenes rehearsal view for her fans.

Take a look at this from Instagram.

In case you didn’t catch Friday night’s episode, then let’s tell you what was going on between Baker and Reagan.

She walked into Frank’s office, sat down in a chair in front of his desk, and simply said there’s something going on.

Yes, “Blue Bloods” fans, there was something up in the air. Frank told Abigail that he’d seen her husband, NYPD Officer Brian Baker.

“Something happened on his tour,” he said. “He crossed a line. It was caught on camera.” Abigail then asks Frank, “Have you seen it?” He replied, “I have.”

The interaction between them, as well as between Frank and Brian, was just one of the storylines in the episode. It was titled “True Blue” and, oh, how fitting for “Blue Bloods.”

Fans, you can catch another new episode starring Selleck, Hawk, Donnie Wahlberg, Bridget Moynahan, and others on Fridays at 10 p.m. Eastern, 9 p.m. Central.

‘Blue Bloods’ Episode Finds Janko-Reagan’s Partner Witten Leaving Police Force

As if “Blue Bloods” could not get more intense in an episode, we turn our attention to Rachel Witten, partner of Eddie Janko-Reagan, in the NYPD.

Witten, played by actress Lauren Patten, made her decision to leave on the heels of a situation

See, the “Blue Bloods” cast member, as her character Officer Witten, took care of a victim of an assailant. The guy was arrested for assault by Janko-Reagan.

This woman was in a bad way and Witten could not get her to talk or even accept help. She had a gash on her forehead.

Still, Witten insisted on helping. But this woman would spit in her face. Witten told the lady that she’d assist her “whether you like it or not.”

Witten apparently had enough of being on the job as an officer. She heard Eddie’s pleas but was headed out the door.

Janko-Reagan got her partner to visit the commissioner’s office on her way out. While Frank was surprised by the news, he understood about the job on the streets.

He looked at Witten and said, “I would like to ask a favor. That a year from today, you get in touch with me… if not to re-up, then just to catch up.”

She looks at him, salutes, and walks out. It was quite the Friday night ride for everyone on the popular CBS show.

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