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‘Blue Bloods’ Says Goodbye to Williams in Show Tribute


Treat WilliamsBlue blood The character, Lenny Ross, was the best friend and former partner of New York City Police Commissioner Francis “Frank” Reagan (Tom Selleck). In conjunction with the series and real life, both received a tribute on Friday.

Williams died in real life last June at age 71 after a motorcycle accident and was last seen in Blue blood season 13. In this episode, it was revealed that he had cancer.

On Friday, the Blue Bloods storyline stated that Lenny died from the disease.

The story setup saw Frank having to decide whether Lenny’s daughter, arrested after a bar fight, should face prosecution, even though he is torn over his loyalty to his late friend. “He was my best friend. And I’m going to honor that by doing what’s best for his daughter,” Frank said.

After struggling with the dilemma, Frank opts for duty over friendship and gives Tess information about a good defense attorney.

The final scene shows the family, as is tradition, gathered for a meal.

“Lenny Ross was my oldest friend, my closest confidant, my getaway driver,” Frank says. “And I lost it this week. And it hurts like hell. But Lenny would hate for us all to be in tears and silent and sad, so Lenny: We’re going to miss you. And save me a seat at your table, and I’ll see you later.

The episode ends with a tribute graphic: “In memory of our great friend, Treat Williams 1951-2023. » It was on top of a photo of Williams and Selleck.


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