When Frank asked the rest of the Reagans for their opinion on his job.
When everyone sat down to Sunday dinner, Frank Reagan shared that he was asked to continue his service as the Police Commissioner under the new mayor. The entire family was surprised to hear that he was waiting until the following Monday to give his formal response, but was intrigued by his reasoning: He wanted the rest of the family to weigh in. The usually buttoned-up Frank acknowledged the effects that him being PC had on the rest of the family. While the others disputed him, it was clear that Frank had all of his children—and his granddaughter’s future—in mind when it came to his decision.