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VIDEO: Kennedy and Heidi

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Kennedy and Heidi
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Length: 54:00
Aired: 4/16/2006

An asbestos-disposal impasse raises tensions between Jersey and New York; Tony has a revelation; Paulie gets upstaged. watch

VIDEO: Live Free or Die

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Live Free or Die
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Length: 55:00
Aired: 4/16/2006

News breaks about Vito's secret life, but Tony tries to avoid a rush to judgment. Benny and Terry Doria find Vito, but he races off and hides out in a small New Hampshire town. Meanwhile, Tony and Christopher look abroad to take care of Rusty for Johnny Sack; Carmela's spec house is ransacked; and Tony puts Carlo in charge of Vito's construction business. watch

VIDEO: Live Free or Die

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Live Free or Die
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Length: 54:53
Aired: 4/16/2006

News breaks about Vito's secret life, but Tony tries to avoid a rush to judgment. Benny and Terry Doria find Vito, but he races off and hides out in a small New Hampshire town. Meanwhile, Tony and Christopher look abroad to take care of Rusty for Johnny Sack; Carmela's spec house is ransacked; and Tony puts Carlo in charge of Vito's construction business. watch

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Blue Bloods Meets the Mafia: It's Going to Get Dangerous for Jamie

Last year, Will Estes compared Blue Bloods' Blue Templar story line to The Godfather. This year? He'll be dealing with a crime family on the show.

"Isn't it funny how things turn out?" Estes tells TVGuide.com. "I'm really excited because there's a lot to tap into in organized crime and it's something that could work really well for us."

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In the Season 2 premiere, Jamie (Estes) will go on his first undercover assignment at a bar — sniffing out whether it's selling drugs and alcohol to minors — and ends up befriending the mysterious Noble (Eric Morris), a member ...
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Blue Bloods' New Boss: We're Not Changing the Show

Blue Bloods' new executive producer, Ed Zuckerman, wants to make one thing clear to viewers: He's not messing with the formula that made the sophomore CBS drama a hit in its first year.

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The veteran TV writer/producer was hired in May to replace outgoing creators Robin Green and Mitchell Burgess amid reports that CBS wanted to make the show more procedural. (Zuckerman's resume supported the theory: He served long stints on JAG and Law & Order.) However, Zuckerman insists nothing will change.

"The idea is to keep the show the same balanced show between a case of the week and the Reagan family issues and family drama," Zuckerman tells TVGuide.com.... read more

Blue Bloods' Will Estes: The Blue Templar "Ends Here and Now"

Most season finales involve cliff-hangers and a long, grueling summer of guessing games for fans, but Will Estes assures us that won't be the case for Blue Bloods.

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"I heard about a show one time — I think it was a soap — where they were having a nightmare of a time renegotiating everyone's contracts," Estes, who plays Jamie Reagan, tells TVGuide.com. "So the writers and producers came up with the cliff-hanger of a crazed gunman bursting into the hall and ...
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Blue Bloods Parts Ways with Creators

Blue Bloods creators and executive producers Mitchell Burgess and Robin Green have parted ways with the series, Deadline reports.

The married writing team reportedly left over creative differences. According to Deadline, CBS wants to make the show more... read more

Blue Bloods: New York's Finest Family

Inside Frank Reagan's Brooklyn home, the weekly Sunday family dinner sits steaming on the table, but it's daughter Erin, an assistant district attorney, who's in hot water. Her granddad, retired cop Henry, rages at her for taking on a case he doesn't like. Hurtful words fly, and when Frank tries to cool the debate, Henry shouts, "I decide when it's enough!" and stomps away. A tense silence falls until the handsome, mustached man at the head of the table says with authority, "Pass the yams." And the group of actors starring in Blue Bloods cracks up.

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