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You’re going to have to get back on the horse.’” Until he’s ready to saddle up, Danny knows his family will rally around him.
“I did not know they would do that, I was surprised. “I’m not sure how I would’ve chosen it but I just know that for the fans to have a way to grieve, to move through it, I think it would’ve been nice for them.” Carlson repeatedly referenced her ongoing friendship with Wahlberg and how he’s been “so generous and sweet” in the month since her exit from the showcolleague” that her exit was a surprise to most on the show, “which led to the unfortunate way Linda was killed off off-screen,” Carlson responded, “If someone had said they were surprised and they didn’t know I was leaving I would just respond to them and say it’s standard to have conversations with actors whose contracts are up prior to the season ending.” At a panel discussion as part of New York’s Paley Fest last month, Bridget Moynahan, who costarred with Carlson as her sister-in-law in , told EW that she and the cast were “disappointed to see [Carlson] was going,” adding, “It was unfortunate that she made that decision at the end of season 7, so we were stuck with the story line as we could get it.” The next day, Carlson tweeted that she was “appalled and sad about comments made @paleycenter about Linda’s demise,” calling them “inaccurate” without naming names or elaborating further.
While it was a tremendous win for the Eagles, members of the Patriots took it pretty hard, including quarterback Tom Brady.
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After the episode aired on September 29, they took to social media in anger, accusing CBS of firing Carlson. ’” That’s one of many points Wahlberg and executive producer Kevin Wade wanted to make clear. “I thought she just needed to reenergize at the end of a long season,” he says. According to Wade, Carlson—who hasn’t publicly discussed the reasons for her exit—didn’t inform producers and costars she would not be returning until after Season 7 wrapped, which is why her character’s death happened offscreen.
Others complained that there was no onscreen funeral to provide closure, and some even threatened to boycott the beloved drama. The premiere scored an audience of 10.4 million; the second episode garnered a still-healthy 9.49 million.) Wahlberg faced the wrath of fans too. Wade also felt strongly about jumping the story ahead several months.