Blue Bloods: Ed Asner Guest Stars in “Vested Interests” Blue Bloods: Ed Asner Guest Stars in “Vested Interests”
Preview images for the Blue Bloods episode "Vested Interests" with guest star Ed Asner Blue Bloods: Ed Asner Guest Stars in “Vested Interests”

Ed Asner guest stars in the March 6 episode of Blue Bloods which is called “Vested Interests.”

Here’s how CBS describes it:

Jamie is under investigation after his police vest is found on a perp, and Frank debates whether to aid and protect an old friend, Chuck Kennedy (Ed Asner), whose home was invaded. Also, Danny and Baez investigate the suspicious circumstances surrounding the death of a hotel employee believed to be a suicide, and Erin asks Anthony to make a deal with a man who knows secrets about the current D.A., on BLUE BLOODS, Friday, March 6 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network.

Some preview images can be found below.

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"Vested Interests" -- Jamie is under investigation after his police vest is found on a perp, and Frank debates whether to aid and protect an old friend, Chuck Kennedy (Ed Asner), whose home was invaded. Also, Danny and Baez investigate the suspicious circumstances surrounding the death of a hotel employee believed to be a suicide, and Erin asks Anthony to make a deal with a man who knows secrets about the current D.A., on BLUE BLOODS, Friday, March 6 (10:00-11:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Pictured: Bridget Moynahan as Erin Reagan, Steven Schirripa as Anthony Abetamarco. Photo: John Paul Filo/CBS ©2020CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved.

Blue Bloods stars Tom Selleck (Frank Reagan), Donnie Wahlberg (Danny Reagan), Bridget Moynahan (Erin Reagan), Will Estes (Jamie Reagan), Len Cariou (Henry Reagan), Marisa Ramirez (Det. Maria Baez), Sami Gayle (Nicky Reagan-Boyle), and Vanessa Ray (Officer Eddie Janko).

Recurring cast appearing in the episode includes Abigail Hawk (Abigail Baker), Gregory Jbara (Garrett Moore), Robert Clohessy (Lt. Gormley), Steven Schirripa (Anthony Abetamarco), Andrew Terraciano (Sean Reagan), James Nuciforo (Nuciforo), and Dylan Walsh (Mayor Peter Chase).

Guest stars in “Vested Interests” include Aaron Serotsky (Clive Houk), Edward Asner (Chuck Kennedy), Christina Sajous (Detective Victoria Bashul), William Ragsdale (Lieutenant Stafford), Alexa Mareka (Elle Copley), Max Weinberg (Mario Vangelis), Guy Lemonnier (Dale Quinn), Gregory Konow (Sam), Samuel Dunning (Ryan Heide), Mark Borkowski (Desk Seargent Wolinski), Alex Marz (Officer Vogel), Hannah Cabell (Officer Billy Fox), Ryan Broussard (Officer Harrington), Narci Regina (Gabrielle (Front Desk)), Jozsef Pinter (Don (Hotel Guest)), Matthew K. Addison (Matthew (Bartender)), and Theresa Tirone (Officer Fucci).

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    Paul Cox

    Mar 6, 2020 #1 Author

    Did not understand what was going on with the Ed Asner character and why the guy was allowed to come back and harass him.

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    Amy

    Mar 6, 2020 #2 Author

    Why Mr Heide allowed to return to the crime scene?

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    Erva

    Mar 7, 2020 #3 Author

    Why did the law allow a criminal to intimidate a victim in this episode? The peep is allowed to return to the victim’s house that he robbed and beat up? That doesn’t make any sense!!!

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    Kathy Druck

    Mar 7, 2020 #4 Author

    Does anyone know if the law regarding Ed Asner’s case is actually on the books in NYC?

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    Bob

    Mar 7, 2020 #5 Author

    They need to explain why the perp was allowed to come back to the victim’s apartment to view it. We viewers dont know NY law and didn’t understand what was going on with this storyline. If it is the law, it needs to be changed to protect the victim.

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    Eddie

    Mar 8, 2020 #6 Author

    Could someone explain why the perp was allowed to return to the scene. This is the only episode of blue bloods that I don’t understand

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    Ronnie

    Mar 8, 2020 #7 Author

    Unbelievably annoyed with an episode that leaves the viewer completely in that dark about a elderly victim (Mr. K) being scared about the anticipated return of the perpetrator. No explanation given during this episode and viewers wondering who was the “brains???” behind this script! Blue Bloods has always provided quality content, but this one was disastrous!

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    Eric

    Mar 10, 2020 #8 Author

    New York state passed a law that, beginning January 1, 2020, a defendant has the right to petition to return to the alleged crime scene to take pictures, measurements, etc, for their defense. Even if it’s in a person’s home. And the crazy thing is that if the victim refuses the law allows for them to be arrested for obstruction.

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    Weldon and Chris

    Mar 11, 2020 #9 Author

    Thank you, Eric!! We aren’t crazy after all. We agree with the previous posts.

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    KC

    Mar 26, 2020 #10 Author

    Thank you Eric – Been searching internet for an hour for this explaination. What a terrible law!! Way to protect victims NY

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