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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.
Janet has given birth to a baby boy---whom she fears prefers Tommy to her. But Tommy has a bigger problem: He's suspected of starting the beach-house fire. Meanwhile, Jerry's son asks him to be his best man at his commitment ceremony; Richie wants Franco to marry Natalie; Lou and Theresa get distracted in church; and the volunteer firefighter who rescued Tommy from the beach house takes an interest in him---and isn't shy about letting him know.
Sheila lies to Tommy when he confronts her about the beach-house fire. But they present a united front to the insurance investigators, as embarrassing as it is for Tommy. Meanwhile, Lou is determined to get a basketball ringer to be 62 Truck's new probie; Uncle Teddy is released from jail; Colleen runs away with her rock-musician boyfriend; and Mike's mother has a deathbed request.
Tommy encounters Colleen's boyfriend and sparks fly; Jerry learns he flunked his physical and is given a desk job; Uncle Teddy, hiding from Ellie, breaks into prison guard Lenny's apartment; Sheila goes out with the man who pulled her from the beach house, while Tommy keeps avoiding Nona, the volunteer firefighter who rescued him from the blaze; and Mike seeks Tommy's advice on how to deal with his dying mother's request that he kill her.
Emotions flare up when the crew learns about Jerry's death; Tommy's manhood is called into question after some embarrassing romantic encounters; Sean confronts Maggie about her drinking; Franco considers asking Natalie to marry him; and Lou looks for a way to get that ringer Bart for the house basketball team.
The firehouse gets a new chief, who is rumored to possess a very special gift; Tommy suffers embarrassment during a hockey game against the NYPD; Franco works up the nerve to propose to Natalie while Sean tries to talk Maggie out of a divorce; and Sheila makes a surprising proposition as Janet's depression deepens.
Janet sinks deeper into her postpartum depression; Sean learns a secret that Mike has been trying to hide; the new probie holds the guys to their agreement about not doing "probie" work; Lou and (especially) Theresa struggle with their decision to "take a break" from sex.
A devastating fire has a profound effect on the crew; Tommy wrestles with his feelings about the baby; Alicia returns with a proposition for Franco; Troy breaks up with Sheila while Lou makes a tough decision about Theresa; and Sean apologizes to Mike about the fire he set that burned down Mike's mother's house.
Janet plots revenge when she learns what Tommy did with the baby; Franco questions his marriage proposal to Natalie in light of Alicia and Keela's return; and Tommy faces his ghosts. He also agrees to date Chief Feinberg's needy and awkward daughter.
The Gavin clan stages an intervention after several disturbing family calls; the mysterious woman from the restaurant leaves Tommy wanting more; Janet must take matters into her own hands to get her baby back; and a depressed Mike calls Tommy in a moment of despair.
The Gavins attend their first AA meeting, but Sean isn't welcome since he doesn't drink enough; Tommy turns to Colleen for information about Janet and learns some disturbing things about his childhood from his father; Richie tells Franco what Natalie has been doing since their breakup; Lou mulls revenge on his cousin; and Mike, under orders from Tommy to "stop moping," visits a singles bar.
Tommy goes on a second date with Beth for the sake of the crew. He also sees Valerie again, and makes a trade with Colleen. Meanwhile, Black Shawn proves himself in an unexpected arena; Franco sees what he has lost; and Lou finds something very attractive about Latrina.
Tommy plays hero in someone else's uniform, confusing the crew; Colleen finds a new reason to get upset with Tommy; Natalie asks Franco for a favor; a rift between Mike and Black Shawn nearly leads to blows; and the chief is not pleased with the move Tommy makes on his daughter.
The sighting of Jimmy's "ghost" is the talk of the firehouse; Colleen blames Tommy for her failed relationship, and Tommy figures out a way to fix his own. Meanwhile, Franco and Natalie come to an understanding, as do Lou, Mike and Latrina; Tommy and his father take in a ball game.
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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