In the aftermath of the fire, the members of 62 truck struggle to pick up the pieces and look towards the future. Down at The Rock, the new probies receive a familiar speech and stand before a new leader.
In the tradition of the Gavin family, Colleen’s wedding is an emotional if not debaucherous affair. The high spirits quickly fade, however, when the guys tackle the mother of all fires.
With Tommy ostracized by his family, Lou looks to rehabilitate him by giving the Gavin family the letters Tommy has left for them to read after he’s died.
An unconscious violation of Sheila’s privacy gets Tommy in trouble with his family; Lou challenges Franco to do a better job running 62 Truck.
With Tommy facing suspension and even more bad press in the wake of his angry interview, his fellow firefighters engage in a campaign to save him…and themselves.
Upset by Tommy’s bitter and caustic television interview, Franco looks to move beyond 62 Truck before his own career becomes too tainted.
As Black Shawn looks for help in scaling back Colleen’s wedding plans, and Lou continues to ignore his doctor’s advice, Tommy steels himself be interviewed on TV about his cousin, Jimmy.
As the crew copes with three long and quiet weeks at work, Tommy discovers that the women in his life have united against him.
As Sheila bonds with Janet over her pregnancy, Tommy discovers Colleen working at the bar that’s now owned by Mickey and Uncle Teddy.
Tommy and Sheila do their best to adjust to life after Damian’s accident. Sheila copes with her grief, Tommy struggles to budget his time, and the guys find themselves with a new pickup ploy.
Tommy and Sheila find themselves in hot water with Janet and Mickey and realize the truth about their own relationship. Damian attempts to leave the crew, but is seduced back by the camaraderie of the brotherhood.
Needles’ political leverage catches HQ off guard, leaving them no choice but to reopen the house. Feinberg loses control, Damian saves a helpless victim, and Tommy and Sheila find themselves in hot water.
When headquarters shuts down the house, the crew formulates a makeshift response to a nearby call. A face from the past stirs Tommy and Janet’s emotions as their date begins to unravel.
Tommy loses his nerve when a young driver’s recklessness reminds him of his daughter’s new lifestyle. After a meeting fails to put Colleen on the wagon, Tommy is forced to pursue a more aggressive method to get her life back on track.
A night of heavy drinking turns ugly when Tommy blacks out and loses control. The next day, the crew struggles to put the pieces together as they search for the whereabouts of Colleen.
With the cookout quickly approaching, the guys hatch a plan to sneak Lou out of the hospital. Sean and Mike attempt to do good, Teddy bonds with Colleen, and Father Phil gives Tommy a piece of advice that sends him reeling.