Recently, we got the new, official spoilery details in for the upcoming "Blue Bloods" episode 19 of season 7 from the folks over at CBS. These are from the official synopsis that came with the press release, and they sound very intense and highly dramatic as we'll be seeing a big court battle, take place between Erin and her ex, because he's apparently defending a person that she is trying to convict of murder! Frank gets confronted at some point, and more.

It's "Love Lost"

We, of course, also got a title for this episode. It has been labeled: "Love Lost." They started their press release off in all-caps, talking about the big court battle that Erin and her husband, Jack Boyle, will engage in, so we expect that storyline to get a lot, if not most of the attention.

Next, they went on to elaborate on that by telling us that Erin is going to be attempting to convict somebody of murder. However, her ex husband, Jack (played by Peter Hermann), will actually be trying to defend this person, so this conflict of interest it's going to result in a major court battle between these two. How intense will this thing get? Will Erin be able to prove her case? At the moment, it looks like we're going to have to wait for this episode to air to see how it all plays out. One thing that we do know, it should most certainly give us some heavy, dramatic scenes.

Danny and Baez investigate

Next, we learn that we're going to be seeing Danny and Baez launch an investigation to see if the husband had something to do with his own wife's murder.

Will they find something that could incriminate the husband? Or will he turn out to be crystal clean? Unfortunately, they didn't reveal anything more about that storyline, so we'll just have to wait and see. It does sound like it will deliver a very intriguing turning point.

Frank gets confronted

In this third scoop, they let us know that we'll see Frank on the scene at some point, and that it won't be a good situation for him, because he's going to apparently get confronted by a mother that is attempting to accuse the NYPD of being negligent with the case that involves her son's murder.

Will they be able to calm this angry lady down? Or will she just raise continuous amounts of hell? Things are going to get wild for sure.

Jamie gets a new partner

Lastly, they let us know that we're going to see a scene with Jamie in action. It turns out that he's going to get a new partner, named Officer Brenda Patimkin (played by Sarah Mezzanotte).

Will these two be able to work together? Or will this team-up prove to be troublesome? Those are the big questions for this scenario. Episode 19 was written by Siobhan Byrne O'Donnor, and Ralph Hemecker directed it. We can also confirmed that this one is set to air next Friday night, April 7th, 2017 at 9pm central time on CBS. Stay tuned.