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A Magnum PI reunion is coming to Blue Bloods
February 27th, 2023 under Tom Selleck. [ Comments: none ]

Long before Tom Selleck was New York City Police Commissioner Frank Reagan on Blue Bloods, he was Magnum, P.I.

This Friday on the CBS procedural, Selleck will be reunited with his Magnum co-star Larry Manetti.

It appears that everyone had a great time because look at the huge smiles on everyone’s faces.

I can’t wait to see what brings the two men together because CBS didn’t preview his character in the episode description.


Even face masks are no match for Tom Selleck’s mustache
August 29th, 2022 under Tom Selleck. [ Comments: none ]

Tom Selleck has one of the most famous mustaches in the world. However, when he puts on a face mask to protect himself from COVID-19, you can’t see it. Or can you?

In this video which Donnie Wahlberg shared from a Reagans’ family dinner for Blue Bloods’ 13th season, we get to see the actor’s way around it. He wears a mask with his mustache on it.

And now I must, must, must add this mask to my collection. If CBS were smart, they would start selling these because so many people are going to want one.

Blue Bloods is back with all-new episodes starting on October 7th.


Tom Selleck thinks men should wear short shorts
July 12th, 2022 under Kelly Clarkson, Tom Selleck. [ Comments: none ]

Back in the ’80s, Tom Selleck wore short shorts on Magnum P.I. Since then; they have gotten longer. The actor told Kelly Clarkson that h thinks that they look silly because they are called shorts, not pajama bottoms.

I have to say, I agree with the Blue Bloods actor. However, I might regret that statement because there are men who should not be wearing short shorts. You know which ones I am talking about.


Blue Bloods will be back for lucky 13!
April 26th, 2022 under CBS, NKOTB, Tom Selleck. [ Comments: none ]

CBS/Photo by John Paul Filo

There are going to be plenty more Reagan family dinners in our future because CBS picked up Blue Bloods for a 13th season.

“America’s favorite first family of law enforcement is back for season 13,” said Kelly Kahl, president of CBS Entertainment. “The Reagans possess an incredible bond with audiences literally everywhere and on every platform. And in its 12th season, with over 250 episodes, BLUE BLOODS not only continues to dominate in the ratings but excels at an exceptionally high creative level. Led by the incomparable Tom Selleck, this amazing cast skillfully brings universal and relatable personal storylines to life week after week, while executive producer Kevin Wade and the skilled writing team craft compelling episodes featuring the show’s trademark mix of family dynamics and police work. We look forward to many more Reagan family dinners next season.”

The news is no surprise because it broadcast’s fourth most-watched program.

The police procedural that stars Tom Selleck and Donnie Wahlberg joins CSI: Vegas, The Neighborhood, Bob Hearts Abishola, Ghosts, Young Sheldon, the three NCISes, and SWAT on the schedule next season.


Tom Selleck was fired from Charlie’s Angels
April 16th, 2021 under Drew Barrymore, Tom Selleck. [ Comments: none ]

Tom Selleck has one of the most successful acting careers in television thanks to Magnum P.I., the Jesse Stone movies, and Blue Bloods. However, that was not always the case. Back in 1976, he was fired from Charlie’s Angels.

He told Drew Barrymore on her daytime talk show that he was cast to play Jaclyn Smith’s boyfriend on the show, but it didn’t work out for him. Because after one episode, he was dumped by an Angel and his future boss.

Leonard Goldberg, the Executive Producer of Blue Bloods, also had that title on Charlie Angels. Therefore, he fired him and then three decades hired him. Now, they went from working together for one episode to spending 11 seasons and counting together.

On that note, Selleck says he hasn’t shaved his mustache in 11 years and does not know what is under there. I don’t want to know what is under this stache because you never know what you might find.


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