- n. Plural form of Blood.
“Bloods is turning out to be perfect Friday night entertainment in the tradition of Dallas, Miami Vice and Picket Fences, among others.”
“Blue Bloods" is drawing nearly 13 million -- and on Friday night, to boot.”
“Blue Bloods is the second most-watched new series, averaging 12.65 million viewers, just behind Hawaii Five-0's 14.15 million.”
“The Good News: The decision to move the show to Friday night to help kick off Blue Bloods was a good one — Blue Bloods is a bona fide hit.”
“Blue Bloods" is sticking around the schedule, as well.”
“(BTW, Blue Bloods is a fun Gossip Girl meets vampire type of book.)”
“So yeah, I got my name from a book by Wallace Terry called Bloods.”
“Crips wear blue and call Bloods "slobs" as a sign of disrespect; they don't write the letters CK in succession, because that stands for "crip killer," and will spell a word blacc or slicc instead.”
“The Bloods were the victors in the gang wars of the early nineties, and to the victors belong the spoils.”
“The Bloods are a pack of thieves, we know, but our people are keeping a close watch on them.”
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