'Blue Bloods' Season 9 Episode 21 Spoiler: Jamie Visits Eddie's Father

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Blue Bloods season 9 episode 21 will air on Friday, May 3, on the CBS. (Photo: CBSBlueBloods/Facebook)

Jamie (played by Will Estes) is going to pay a visit to his future father-in-law in prison in Blue Bloods season 9 episode 21. William Sadler will reprise his role as Armin, the father of Eddie (played by Vanessa Ray), in this episode set to air on Friday, May 3. 

It's anybody's guess why Jamie would want to visit Armin in prison considering the latter's strained relationship with his daughter. However, CarterMatt speculated that Jamie might likely want to let Armin know that he's going to give Eddie the life she deserves when she becomes his wife thus a personal visit in prison would be fulfilling. 

However, the writers may still have something up their sleeves to make this storyline in Blue Bloods season 9 episode 21. Will Armin get some sort of redemption for all those years he has been a bad father?  

As viewers of Blue Bloods are aware, Armin is not exactly an ideal role model. He had a great job as a financial advisor, but he was eventually involved in a scheme that duped investors. As a result, Armin has been serving time in prison. 

Meanwhile, the other storyline on Blue Bloods season 9 episode 21 has Danny (played by Donnie Wahlberg) and Baez (played by Marissa Ramirez) on a murder case with twins as the prime suspects. These twins also have an identical solid alibi, and one of them could be lying.

Frank (played by Tom Selleck), on the other hand, finds out that Nicky (played by Sami Gayle) is hoping to get a job at the Justice Coalition, as per the episode synopsis. Now, grandpa has some misgivings about this new job knowing since cops don't exactly have the best relationship with this group. Will Frank convince Nicky to find a different path and one that doesn't clash with this cop family? 

Blue Bloods season 9 episode 21 will be the penultimate episode with the big finale airing on May 10. However, fans need not worry about the show's life on CBS as the network recently confirmed Blue Bloods season 10 is happening.

"On a night that many have claimed is quiet for broadcast television, its quality writing, superb acting and familial warmth have attracted an average of over 13 million passionate viewers each week for nine years," CBS executive Kelly Kahl said, as per Variety. "We are delighted that Tom [Selleck] will return and that the show will continue to be a vital component of the CBS schedule next season." 

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