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Tommy Gavin is a lifesaver. Whether he is pulling survivors from fiery high-rise infernos or the twisted steel of a subway collision, Gavin takes great pride in leading the heroic but often overwhelmed firefighters of New York City's Truck Company 62. Gavin is also a man drifting between sorrow and anger over a recent separation from his wife and three kids, and recurring memories of comrades and other New-Yorkers who fell victim to the tragedy of 9/11.
Johnny mediates a divorce agreement between Janet and Tommy, while Sheila asks Tommy to have a talk with Damian about sex after she finds condoms in his room. In return, she'll help out with John Sr. Meanwhile, Sean is seeing someone new; Jerry's hit with a rate hike for his wife's nursing home; and Uncle Teddy's "at peace" in jail after shooting Connor's killer. "I did the right thing," he says.
At a singles bar, Franco meets an older woman while Tommy picks up a woman who won't shut up. And Tommy's daughter Colleen will certainly blab to Janet about her dad's indulgent treatment of sister Katy unless he bribes her. Meanwhile, Jerry visits Jeannie (Peggy Scott) at her way-too-expensive nursing home, and John Sr. insists on having his 83rd-birthday party at his favorite Chinese restaurant---the one no one else likes.
Franco fears he's becoming the boy toy of Alicia, the well-to-do older woman he's been seeing, and Tommy finds a way to end Damian's fling with his science teacher, Mrs. Turbody. Meanwhile, Lou's growing increasingly unstable emotionally; the chief is growing increasingly desperate financially; and Sean is certain that he'll be "a dead man" when Tommy finds out who he's been sleeping with.
The crew save children from a disabled school bus they pass on their way to a call in Harlem---and get a tongue-lashing from Rev. Al Sharpton for "ignoring" the Harlem call; Franco discovers why Aliciais interested in him; Mike and his roommate discuss their sexuality; Sean tells Tommy about his feelings for Maggie; Sheila has a proposal for Tommy; and Janet wants to talk to him about their settlement---no lawyers, just them.
Tommy seeks out Johnny's ex-wife, Angie, after Sheila runs into her; Sean breaks up with Maggie; Jerry and Rose spend a romantic evening together; Mrs. Turbody is jailed for statutory rape, a development that gives Tommy some relief but also a new worry; and Franco can't find his daughter, Keela.
After getting hurt playing street hockey, Sean mistakes sleeping pills for painkillers. They do more than put him to sleep. Meanwhile, Tommy and Angie go on a pretend date they know Janet will find out about; and, after a close call, Lou gets a new perspective on firefighting from his Uncle Red.
Tommy and Johnny have another confrontation while Janet and Angie renew their acquaintance; Sheila sees Tommy and Angie together and she's not at all happy about it; Maggie wants to get back together with Sean; Mike meets a woman at a bar, arousing Chris's jealousy; Franco finds out about Jerry's second job; and the money in the no-smoking kitty turns up missing.
During a hockey game, Tommy takes all he can stand from a wisecracking NYPD foe until he can finally stand no more. Later, they meet again in the locker room. Meanwhile, Lou has an epiphany upon learning of Candy's arrest on drug charges; Franco meets someone who might be more than a one-night stand; and Sean and Maggie, Jerry and Rose, Teddy and Ellie, and Mike and Chris all arrive at crossroads in their relationships, as do Tommy and Angie.
Johnny has something to tell Tommy, who's distracted by fears for his future after visiting his seriously burned buddy Stack in the hospital. Tommy's also worried about the future of Ladder 62 in light of developments concerning Lou, Mike and Franco. Meanwhile, Sheila has a proposition for Tommy; Franco fears that his new girlfriend, Natalie, is keeping something from him; and Sean has a request of John Gavin Sr.
Following a tense meeting with Janet, Tommy has yet another confrontation with Johnny. And Franco tries to befriend his new girlfriend's mentally challenged brother. Elsewhere, Mike puts in for a transfer; Teddy's conjugal visits with Ellie prove to be a letdown; Jerry gives some thought to what Jeannie's caregiver has been telling him; and Tommy keeps his vigil at Stack's bedside.
John Gavin Sr. disappears following an argument with Tommy over living conditions; Lou's new love interest doesn't sit well with Tommy; the new woman in Jerry's life could be dangerous; and Sean and Maggie meet with a priest about their marriage.
Another Gavin tragedy brings Tommy and Janet together; Jerry fails to show up for work; Mike looks for advice about his sexuality; and Maggie has a wedding surprise for Sean.
Tommy makes a promise to Janet to help her with the baby, but fails to share with her his and Sheila's plans for the future. Elsewhere, Franco checks in on his daughter, Keela, and several crew members plan their exits from the house.
James McCaffrey(Jimmy O'Keefe)
Dean Winters(Johnny Gavin)
Jack McGee(Chief Jerry Reilly)
Andrea Roth(Janet Gavin)
Diane Farr(Laura Miles)
Callie Thorne(Sheila O'Keefe)
John Scurti(Lt. Kenneth "Lou" Shea)
Daniel Sunjata(Franco Rivera)
Steven Pasquale(Sean Garrity)
Denis Leary(Tommy Gavin)
Michael Lombardi(Mike Silletti)
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