A school shooting mobilizes the cops, paramedics and firefighters. Kim's depression worsens. Yokas receives disturbing news from her doctor.
Yokas rebels after Fred cancels their weekend together in order to compete in a silly contest.
Doc proposes marriage to Sara, but she wants to move to Philadelphia. Doc also intercedes on behalf of a pneumonia-stricken single mother.
Sully tries to solve an epidemic of heroin overdoses by reasoning with a drug dealer. Sully decides to help Tatiana become a citizen--but not by marrying her.
Doherty plays against his rival firefighter (football star JASON SEHORN) in a football game, but the competitors must join forces to battle a deadly blaze. Brooke serves Doherty with divorce papers.
Carlos is rebellious and unaffected by the tragedies around him. During sensitivity training, however, he proves that he has a genuine passion for helping people. Doherty gets scared when he finds out that his former lover is pregnant.
As doctors try to save Bobby's life, the police search the city for Bobby's drug-addicted childhood friend, who shot him. They capture the shooter, but Bobby dies.
While trying to save his childhood friend, who has become a drug addict, Bobby is shot. Sully finds out that Tatiana is an illegal alien and has a son.
Yokas, Bosco and Carlos are trapped in a basement with a gravely wounded Doc. Sully and Davis finally rescue them. Doherty and the firefighters get into mischief between calls.
Sullivan is suspended and charged with improper conduct. Kim becomes concerned about Bobby's mood change.
A secret threatens to destroy Doherty's work relationships and home life. Sully makes a date with his pretty neighbor. Bosco gets violent after his mother is beaten by her boyfriend.
Yokas, Bosco, Sully and Davis fearfully search for a cop killer. Bosco's new superior already hates him.
A disturbing visit from his former high school girlfriend (KHANDI ALEXANDER) forces Doc to confront a horrible deed he has hidden for years. Carlos struggles to pass a medical course.
The ordeals of an elderly friend (Jack Klugman) prompt Sully to consider his own loneliness. Taylor regrets revealing a secret about Doherty on the eve of his wedding.
While coping with work demands, a recovering alcoholic husband and a disturbing visit with her parents (Mia Farrow and George Dzundza), Yokas confronts her long-held beliefs.
In a surreal episode, the emergency personnel cope with the emotional aftermath of a horrible crash.
Third Watch clip - starring Coby Bell, Skipp Sudduth, Jason Wiles. Directed by John Wells.
It's not your normal workday. From 3 p.m. into the late night, dedicated police, paramedics and firefighters battle crime and cheat death--if they're lucky.
From multi-award winners John Wells ("ER," "The West Wing") and Christopher Chulack ("ER") comes this action-packed drama about the brave and dedicated people who serve as police, paramedics and firefighters on the third watch, the shift from 3 to 11 p.m.
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