For devoted “Blue Bloods” enthusiasts, the lively family dinners hosted by Henry Reagan every Sunday are a cherished and relatable tradition. These gatherings, offering a mix of unity, conflict, and humor, provide viewers with an immersive experience into the dynamic Reagan family.

Fans can recount moments like Nicky Reagan-Boyle revealing a non-existent tattoo and engaging discussions on justice and family, making them feel like part of the ever-boisterous Reagans. Even if one’s own family isn’t as dynamic, these dinners offer a wild and enjoyable time for viewers.

To pinpoint the most memorable Reagan family meal, Looper conducted a survey of 607 people nationwide, asking them to choose their favorite dinner scene. The top pick, chosen by 24.88% of respondents, was the dinner concluding “To Tell The Truth” in Season 1, Episode 18. This heartwarming scene follows Linda Reagan’s rescue after being kidnapped by mob underlings, marking her joyful reunion with her children.

The second favorite dinner, selected by 22.08% of fans, occurred after Jamie Reagan’s police academy graduation in the pilot episode. The celebratory meal takes a tense turn as Danny quizzes Jamie about his readiness for the challenges of being a beat cop, creating an awkward yet memorable moment.

In Season 4’s “Justice Served,” a family dinner sees Nicky Reagan jokingly mentioning a tattoo, resulting in a humorous yet silent moment. This scene, chosen by 18.95% of readers, was voted as the favorite Reagan family dinner for Season 4.

Other notable dinners include the Reagan family celebrating Valentine’s Day at a fancy restaurant in Season 1’s “My Funny Valentine,” chosen by 13.01% of readers. In the Season 4 finale, “Exiles,” the Reagan family gathers at home after Frank speaks at a police academy graduation, with 12.36% of readers selecting it as their favorite dinner scene.

A particularly touching moment, chosen by 8.73% of readers, occurred in Season 5, Episode 22, “The Art of War, Part 2.” Linda and Danny Reagan share an emotional hospital dinner after Linda survives being shot, with Linda attending Henry’s Sunday dinner via speakerphone. These dinners continue to be a source of joy and connection for “Blue Bloods” fans.

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