The View: Bridget Moynahan
Bridget Moynahan stars as a member of a third generation in New York City law enforcement in the CBS drama Blue Bloods, now in its fourth season.
The View: Bridget Moynahan Blue Bloods
Moynahan had other aspirations: she wanted to be a dentist before she became an actor. She loved cleaning her teeth and would play dentist as a child. It’s never too late for her to head to dental school.
Elisabeth Hasselbeck said that she loves the multigenerational aspect of Blue Bloods. The family dinners provide a unique aspect to the procedural formula.
On the show, the family dinners include mostly real food, except for a chicken cutlet that shattered when Tom Selleck dropped it on the floor.
The View: Blue Bloods New York City
Blue Bloods films in New York City. Joy Behar wondered if real cops give tips to the actors. Moynahan said she plays an attorney, and does get props from other lawyers.
Guest host Bobby Flay said his wife, Stephanie March, plays a lawyer on Law & Order: SVU. He explained that people in airports ask her for legal advice.
Moynahan said she is happy to dispense her advice or opinion to anyone who asks. She even helped a co-star’s dog, on the basis that “I played a vet in my last movie.”
The View: Bridget Moynahan & Tom Selleck
Moynahan’s character, Erin, plays the daughter of Selleck’s police commissioner character. “We instantly fell into a paternal-daughter role. He commands respect automatically,” she said.
Bridget joked that Selleck still wears his ‘80s shorts to work. Whoopi Goldberg seems to be on board with my policy that there is an age where men are too old to wear shorts. Represent, Whoopi.
You can watch Blue Bloods Friday nights on CBS.
The View: The Hole In The Wall Gant
Bridget Moynahan is a supporter of The Hole In The Wall Gang, and plans to attend the organization’s 25th anniversary gala. She revealed that Goldberg once gave away an auction prize that involved her singing and dancing with kids.
The organization works with children, “bringing joy and laughter and lightness to these kids’ lives that are suffering with different diseases.”
The View: Bobby Flay Blueberry Pomegranate Smoothie Recipe
Guy Day Friday co-host Bobby Flay hosts a brunch series on the Cooking Channel, Brunch At Bobby’s. His favorite menu items for the co-hosts included black pepper buttermilk biscuits with flavored jams and butter.
Crab cakes with poached eggs and hollaindaise, Brooklyn home fries, blue corn waffles, and mango glazed bacon rounded out the menu.
Flay said he loves all the little details that make brunch a fun meal.
For a healthy twist, Bobby made a smoothie by combining:
- Greek Yogurt
- Fresh Blueberries
- Pomegranate Juice
Just fire it up in a blender for a healthy breakfast to go.