Danny Reagan was used to dealing with the worst New York City criminals had to come up with, which probably meant that the detective had his fair share of bullets going through him. But what happens when a gunfight between him and a suspect puts his wife and children in the box? Season 2, Episode 12, “The Job”, explores this idea, when Danny’s car crashes into another man who was on the run during a nightly drive with his family. As Danny examines the man he hit, a masked gunman tells him to walk away. Danny pulls out a gun hidden in a holster and screams that he is with the police. A gunfight ensues with the masked shooter injured but escaping. However, Danny’s children were still terrified by the sound of gunfire that almost hit them.
It was debated if Danny handled the masked attacker engagement properly, especially with his family. However, the next scene shows Danny clearly unable to read the room at times, despite being such a great detective. His family is traumatized by the experience, but this doesn’t stop him from entering police mode entirely and immediately detailing how and why he was able to find the killer. suspect. That would be fine if he talked to anyone on the precinct or other law enforcement members of the Reagan family. Instead, he’s talking to his wife Linda (Amy Carlson) and his two children, who nearly got shot. In the meantime, they need a husband, a reassuring father instead of an officer. Unfortunately, Danny also seems to have a habit of hurting family members, such as when he accidentally show niece a dead body.
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