Blue Bloods blunder: Fans expose Joe Reagan error ‘One of the biggest continuity issues’

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BLUE BLOODS fans exposed one of the show’s greatest continuity error which involved the deceased Joe Reagan

Since Blue Bloods first landed on screens in 2010 the generational drama has been a major hit for CBS streamers. However, as fans watched the series, many noticed a major plot hole with Joe Reagan’s age, as the birth order among his two other siblings often changed.

Blue Bloods followed the professional and personal lives of the Reagan family who all worked in different areas of law enforcement.

With three children following in his footsteps, NYPD police commissioner Frank Reagan (played by Tom Selleck) often expressed his pride in their career paths.

His son Danny Reagan (Donnie Wahlberg) was a police detective, while his other son Jamie Reagan (Will Estes) worked as a sergeant at the NYPD.

Frank’s only daughter Erin Reagan (Bridget Moynahan) was the assistant district attorney and fans could see her in the race to become the distinct attorney in the upcoming season.

Though Frank has often beamed with pride for his adult children, his dead son Joe Regan was often mentioned.

However, fans couldn’t get over major blunders surrounding Joe and his birth order among his siblings.

After fans noticed it continued to change, the fan took to Reddit to expose the blunder and where other viewers agreed.

User Legitimate_Age7231wrote: “One of the biggest continuity issues revolves around Joseph Reagan’s age.”

The fan added: “He [Joe] was often referred to as the bridge between Danny and Jamie, as such it made sense that he was one of the middle children.

“This was further confirmed by his headstone, placing his date of birth June 6, 1977.”

Although this seemed to make sense, fans began to pick up on the error later on in season six.

The viewer continued: “Erin celebrated her 40th Birthday, placing her date of birth in November of 1975 making her 19 months older than Joe.

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