In “Bad Company,” Selleck’s character Frank Reagan is reunited with Sarah, a woman he helped at the start of his career, who has a surprising request.Frank, she says, is like her “surrogate father,” and she would love nothing more than for him to walk her down the aisle on her wedding day.On the “Bad Company” storyline After five years on the show, Selleck demonstrates that he has a great understanding of Frank.However, he also acknowledges that Frank is an ever-evolving character who will continue to grow as the show progresses. Prior to any of his appearances on the show, Richard Burke was for a long period of time married to Barbara and together they had two children, Michelle and Timothy Burke. is a handsome ophthalmologist who is twenty-one years older than Monica and close friends with her parents.
When she pulls out a letter from her family’s murderer asking her to meet in person, Frank has to exercise the self-control needed to separate his personal life from his professional one.While still in college, he began a prosperous career doing commercials (a classic is an early '70s Safeguard deodorant soap spot in which a dreamy-eyed Teri Garr says to Penny Marshall, "He smells just the way a man should smell — clean").Landing the lead in 1980's did Selleck, along with CBS, a world of good: The show immediately won the week for the network, which averaged a 20.9 rating, and earned Selleck a lead actor Emmy in 1984. Throughout the party, he seems to enjoy conversing with Monica more than attending to his party guests, all ophthalmologists.Phoebe and Monica discuss this while he is not in the kitchen.Monica seems attracted to him, even though they are 21 years apart in age.