Blue Bloods: Fans are happy that they never had Abigail and Frank relationship
It's no exaggeration to say that “Blue Bloods” is the highest rated police drama we love to watch. Series like Tom Selleck, Donnie Wahlberg, Bridget Moynahan, Abigail Hawk. The series, like any other long-running TV show, made a few mistakes (including recent episodes that upset many fans).
It’s hard for any drama to be a good drama, at least not mixed with romance, and "Blue Blood" is no exception. Fans want to have a happy ending between Baez (Marisa Ramirez) and Danny (Donnie Wahlberg), which it doesn’t sound like it’s going to happen (TVInsider). And the romantic journey between Eddie (Vanessa Ray) and Jamie (Will Estes) was a roller coaster ride, to say the least. But among all the romantic possibilities of the show, there’s a hypothetical combination that many, many fans never want to see happen within a million years.
The fans are very happy that Frank and Abigail were never together.
In a recent Reddit thread "Blue Bloods" Some fans have expressed their opinions on a fictional proposal of Frank (Tom Selleck) and Abigail (Abigail Hawk), (or had a relationship with each other). The consensus seems to be that the reason this didn't happen is that it is very rude on both sides. In fact, many in the thread wondered why the original poster suggested it. The show itself never proved it likely. As user Navitach replied, "That thought NEVER crossed my mind."
One user said, "We call her his "Work daughter" when we watch. A love interest never crossed my mind". Meanwhile, another Reddit fan pointed out, "I think the problem is that there are people who want it, even on this subreddit."
Frank is a police commissioner who always believes in upholding the integrity of the position and who's always in the spotlight, who's extremely into family values, and whose family would completely lose respect for him if he was ever to become an adulterer..
According to the original poster, Abigail "respects herself very much," and is married, with children. There's no point for Frank to cheat on his wife in order to be with Abigail. However, as the proposal is ridiculous, this would not be the first time that a popular show involves a meaningless romantic relationship in a plot. There are literally dozens of examples, from How I Met Your Mother to Bernie and Robin to Jackie and Fez on That '70 Show.
Fortunately, "Blue Bloods" has a very strong performance in the target audience, so we must fall into a melodramatic daring for people to come back looking for more.