8.4
258 votes
Third Watch

Third Watch

NBC 1999

The series tells the stories of the members of the 55th Squad – police, firefighters, and paramedics who work the "third watch" between 3 pm and 11 pm in New York City.

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The 10 Worst Episodes of Third Watch

Third Watch - S3E22

#1 - Blackout

0.00

Season 3 - Episode 22

When a blackout strikes the city during a heat wave, Sully prophetically warns the more optimistic Ty that trouble in the streets will swiftly ensue. After Carlos leaves the ambulance running to keep the bus cool while he and Doc are on calls, the engine catches fire and the ambulance is destroyed. A wealthy old man confined to his bed by illness offers them a large amount of money to stay with him until his daughter arrives. Doc insists that they leave to treat others more in need over the protests of Carlos. Bosco arrests a young man, Latrell Griffith, and faces a difficult decision when an immigrant shop owner shoots and wounds a teenage shoplifter. After Latrell uses his training as a medic to save the boy, a riot breaks out and Bosco, Latrell and the shoplifter barely escape. Nightfall brings more unrest as the nervous cops try to keep the peace. Faith and Fred are stuck in a elevator when the power goes out. Faith tries to calm Fred's mounting anxiety about being trapped, and is

The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of Third Watch from 0 votes.

Third Watch - S4E17

#2 - Letting Go

7.29

Season 4 - Episode 17

Faith rebuffs Bosco's attempt to apologize for lying to her; the fire squad extricates a driver impaled after crashing into a store; after Doc makes an impassioned defense of Carlos before the review board, a re-energized Carlos goes back out on the street; Sully's job performance continues to decline as he neglects to keep an eye on a woman he was supposed to be guarding, and she snatches her critically ill baby from Mercy's E.R.; after they discover that the woman is mentally ill, Ty takes a multi-story tumble while trying to prevent her from jumping off a roof with the baby; Faith is stunned when an initially reluctant Emily is eager to continue visiting a drug counselor; Ty catches Sully drinking in the R.M.P. and seeks advice from a union rep; Carlos loses his job as part of the department's settlement with the West family.

The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of Third Watch from 34 votes.

Third Watch - S6E5

#3 - The Hunter, Hunted

7.44

Season 6 - Episode 5

When it becomes apparent that the body in the dumpster is connected to a series of homicides that Miller investigated on his previous tour, he teams up with Faith, vowing to catch the serial killer and expose the commanding officer who transferred him to prevent him from working on the case; Brendan and Grace hook up; Carlos's plan to visit Holly and tell her that they're not dating doesn't exactly go the way he planned, not that he's complaining; after junkies trying to get the morphine on the bus hold them up at gunpoint, Carlos sustains a head injury trying to protect Grace before Ty and Brendan come upon the scene and Brendan guns down the thief holding a gun to Grace's head; Faith discovers that Miller's situation at home parallels her own; the serial killer stalks and captures his next victim, then arrives at the station house to confess his prior crimes and tell Miller that his latest victim only has twelve hours left to live.

The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of Third Watch from 32 votes.

Third Watch - S2E8

#4 - Know Thyself

7.48

Season 2 - Episode 8

While coping with work demands, a recovering alcholic husband and a disturbing visit with her parents, Yokas confronts her long held beliefs and emotions. A group of prisoners escape from a delivery truck. Yokas and Fred have another big fight in which she accuses him of drinking again. She tells him that she had an abortion. He wants her to leave the house, this makes her stay over at her parents home. However, by the end of the episode, they are back together, she realises that she can't live without him and that she is sorry for accusing him of still drinking. Meanwhile, Bosco gets a bunch of flowers from a former lover. He smells the flowers which turn out to be poison Ivy. Bosco and Yokas also have a fight when she tells him that she had an abortion. He accuses her of lying to him and he refuses to speak to her, until she forces him to go the hospital to sort out the poison Ivy problem. She regrets lying to him.

The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of Third Watch from 48 votes.

Third Watch - S5E13

#5 - Sleeping Dogs Lie

7.48

Season 5 - Episode 13

Jimmy gets a promotion to a rescue squad in Brooklyn; despite their new captain's assurances, Doc suspects that he intends to close down the house; Sasha insists upon pursuing an investigation into the beating death of a hit-and-run driver after Maritza uses the confession of an innocent man as her stepping stone to an Anti-Crime reassignment; after Jimmy is trapped in a warehouse fire, Kim reassesses their plans for a future together; Rose's serves a customer at the bar who shares a past with Bosco.

The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of Third Watch from 33 votes.

#6 - Run of the Mill
7.50
Season 2 - Episode 9

The ordeals of an elderly friend prompt Sully to consider his own loneliness; Alex regrets revealing that she discovered Jimmy on the eve of his wedding having sex with an old flame who happens to be Lombardo's current girlfriend after the news spreads like wildfire throughout the squad; Jimmy and Brooke get married.

The episode was rated #1 Worst episode of Third Watch from 40 votes.

#7 - Childhood Memories
7.52
Season 3 - Episode 6

Bosco runs from the present and his past when he is wrongly suspected of murdering a sexual-assault suspect. As Faith tries to gather evidence to clear him, Bosco turns to his dysfunctional family, including his alcoholic mother, drug-addicted brother and estranged, abusive father. An emotionally rattled Kim virtually kidnaps Joey from Jimmy while Carlos actively solicits Ty to be his new roommate.

The episode was rated #2 Worst episode of Third Watch from 31 votes.

#8 - Faith
7.55
Season 2 - Episode 2

A rapist attacks three victims; Yokas agonizes over her finances, her marriage and her pregnancy; Bosco's jealousy threatens his relationship with Nicole.

The episode was rated #3 Worst episode of Third Watch from 60 votes.

#9 - 32 Bullets and a Broken Heart
7.56
Season 1 - Episode 14

It's Valentine's Day and Bobby and Kim have spent the night together; Bobby's confession of love leads Kim to realize that they've made a big mistake; after agonizing all day, she finally confesses and breaks Bobby's heart; seeking solace in a bottle, Bobby finds himself at a local bar next to a woman who has also been jilted that day, and they go off to her place; Fred drunkenly totals the car on the way to pick up Emily and Charlie; Faith arrests him and refuses to bail him out; when he finally arrives home, Faith has his things already packed and throws him out; Carlos tends to a girl who runs into a bus and then falls for him; the gay community is targeted by a gunman and a vigilante group forms to find the killer; Ty arrests a girl for auto theft who turns out to be Malcolm's sister; and Faith lets Bosco know that she is fed up with his bigotry.

The episode was rated #4 Worst episode of Third Watch from 62 votes.

#10 - Lights Up
7.58
Season 4 - Episode 1

Bosco roams the city looking for Faith, and finally tracks her down just as Faith manages to carry Fred out of the building after rescuing him from the elevator. After they race him to to Mercy, an overwrought Faith lashes out viciously and unfairly, first at Proctor and then at Bosco. As painful as her words are to hear, Bosco realizes the truth be

The episode was rated #5 Worst episode of Third Watch from 36 votes.

Last updated: dec 28, 2020

Comments

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Superb tv show, on season 4 at moment, and we are loving it, wuite emotional at times too!

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Best tv show ever watched. For me season three is the best but on the whole is totally Ninja!!!!

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Best. Show. Ever. :heart: Characters, story, realistic, deep, and funny too.

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It's too bad the last 2 seasons or so started focusing more on action and over the top gangster plots, rather than the down to earth police and fire stories that made the first few seasons so much fun to watch. Still a great show, though. Especially the way they weaved in 9/11 was so impressive.

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Egyik kedvenc sorozatom. A színészek szueperek, a történet is magával ragadó. Gratulálok és köszönöm. Thank you &lt;3 +++++

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**This is one of the best TV shows of all time.** I can count on one hand the number of compelling TV shows that have a beginning, a middle and an end. From the first episode, _Welcome to Camelot_ to the last, _Goodbye to Camelot_, _Third Watch_ was intriguing, true to life television for the entire six seasons of its existence. Forewarned is forearmed. This is a television series where it doesn't necessarily get solved by the hour's end, where main characters die and good doesn't always triumph over evil. This is the original series that tells the stories of the first responders of the city of New York. Making it even more compelling was it was broadcast during the time of the September 11th attacks. The series weaves reality into its universe and shows us how those events affected its characters. The fact is by the time you reach those storylines in season three, you'd expect nothing less from this series which treated you like an adult from Episode 1. From some of the creative minds that brought you _ER_, _Criminal Minds_ and _SouthLAnd_, I highly recommend this rare series. If you can find it, don't binge it. Savor it. Treasure it. Enjoy it.

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