Third Watch Episode Guides
He Said, She Said
Two officers come under questioning when they assume a couple they see in a car are both consenting adults.
Superheroes (Part 1)
Officer Sullivan's nephew winds up in the middle of a gang skirmish.
Doherty tries to save a young boy from a burning apartment building while choking down thoughts of his son. Doc feels responsible for a teen who was paralyzed under his care.
A gas explosion endangers a diner's patrons. Jimmy and Kim vie for custody of their son.
In Their Own Words
Third Watch Cast Members take a step to the side to let real-life New York City police, firefighters and rescue personnel be heard in the wake of 9-11.
Dr. Susan Lewis searches for her missing niece with the help of Officers Yokas and Bosco.
Old Dogs, New Tricks
Carlos receives more than a blow to his ego when he falls from a firefighters' pole and has to stay in a hospital for observation. Bosco tries to catch a drug dealer and Sully has second thoughts about bringing his wife and mother together.
Sex, Lies & Videotape
A television crew follows Doc around, trying to get heroic footage. Yokas fights to maintain her job through the pain of her cancer medications.
Sully, facing all he's done and seen, questions his faith in God, and also wonders the reason behind his wife's disappearance.
The Long Guns
Bosco tries to find an in-road to the police sniper squad through a friendship with a grizzled veteran. The officers track a dangerous, drugged-out thief.
On September 10th, 2001, the crew of the Third Watch go about their normal lives. Officers Sullivan and Davis are celebrating Sullivan's last night of bachelorhood. Officer Yokas toils waiting for word from her doctor.
A possible nomination of "Paramedic of the Year" causes Doc to evaluate his life to this point. Yokas has the lump in her breast examined for malignancy.
Two Hundred and Thirty-Three Days
Taylor's family gathers when word spreads of the discovery of her father's body from Ground Zero. Sully investigates his wife's identity.
The third of three episodes revolving around the events of September 11th. Members of the Watch put in long shifts and then extra hours at Ground Zero.
A citywide blackout traps Yokas in an elevator with her husband. Meanwhile, a suspected drug dealer shows his heroic side when he helps Bosco care for an injured man.
Superheroes (Part 2)
A shootout between rival gangs leaves a slew of unanswered questions. The police try to interrogate a Russian mobster, but his cold demeanor prevents the police from getting very far.
Thicker Than Water
Members of the squad are questioned in the potential friendly-fire death of a fellow officer. Carlos finds out that he might have a child. The unknowing father of the paralyzed teen Doc rescued thanks him for his help.
The Greater Good
Carlos vacillates on a family willing to adopt his daughter because they're white. Taylor and Kim get second guessed by an ER doctor. Yokas battles a cold front at home and Russian criminals with Sully.
Bosco seeks asylum with his family while Yokas tries to clear him of murder charges.
A dying girl's hope for life rests in the squad's ability to transport her and a suicide victim's heart to a local hospital.
Doc's confidence is betrayed by someone he considered his friend and learns only through the rescue of a woman trapped in ice the real worth of his job. Doherty has troubles raising his son.
Bosco pushes himself too hard on the job and ignores the warning signs of a potential and harmful breakdown. Carlos begins to bond with the child that may or may not be his.
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