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From the distinct comedic point of view of Denis Leary and Bob Fisher, Sirens follows three of Chicago's best EMTs whose sometimes silly, self-righteous and even self-destructive personalities make them unqualified for sustaining relationships, friendships and most occupations. They are, however, uniquely qualified for saving anyone who winds up in their ambulance. Johnny is a good-looking, sports-loving, Chicago EMT working with his best friend Hank. Brian is a wide-eyed and excitable new EMT who still lives with his parents. Theresa, a smart female cop with the Chicago PD still loves her ex Johnny, but ultimately has to move on when he wouldn't commit.
When the guys save a landlord with a nut allergy, Johnny finds the perfect apartment to share with Theresa, and his relationship with her enters a new "territory." Meanwhile, Brian tries to understand the terms of his platonic love affair with Voodoo, Billy starts dating Theresa's sister, and Hank has to wonder if he's looking for love in the right places.
The murky relationship between the caregiver and the cared-for is exposed when Johnny encounters an overly grateful patient and Brian agrees to escort an injured young woman to her prom.
The guys explore ideas of fate and serendipity after several random but fortuitous events, and Johnny gets bent out of shape when he discovers that Theresa doesn't think it was "destiny" that they met.
After the guys treat an overly ambitious gym rat (Mike "The Miz" Mizanin), Johnny and Hank are pumped when they get free passes at a health club loaded with attractive people. Meanwhile, Voodoo tests the limits of Brian's ability to remain in a sexless relationship.
Johnny has to deal with his prejudice against "rich white guys" when Hank starts dating Johnny's wealthy landlord. Meanwhile, Billy helps Brian work through his heartbreak after Voodoo starts seeing a guy she met on an asexual message board.
The guys confront chaos when a car crash at a firehouse releases an unusual passenger. Meanwhile, Billy deals with a different sort of chaos when he accompanies Theresa and Maeve to a sample sale.
The guys save a mobster; Brian wants to make changes to the rig; Hank wonders who may been the worst person he's helped; and Hank looks for his old neighborhood pony.
A drunken brawl between Cubs and Sox fans reverberates at a family barbecue where petty disputes play out over a new gas grill and a big punch bowl full of Hurricanes.
Things get mixed up when Johnny, Theresa, Billy, and Maeve start playing tennis together. Later, Cash helps Hank shop for his mom's (Loretta Devine) birthday, while Brian subs in for him riding along with Voodoo and Stats.
When Johnny's dad (Lenny Clarke) goes into a coma, Johnny's mom (Jean Smart) deals with her grief by placing bets on the time of her ex-husband's death and Johnny handles his own grief by trying to pay off an old debt. Meanwhile the guys can't get an unfortunate song out of their heads.
After Johnny sees how much respect Theresa gets on the job, he gets the guys to revive an old program in order to get a little respect for EMTs.
After the guys treat a man (Wayne Knight) with a deep fear of hospitals, Brian confronts his own fear of moving out. Meanwhile, Johnny has a fear realized when Billy temporarily moves in with him and Theresa.
Josh Segarra(Billy Cepeda)
Kevin Bigley(Brian Czyk)
Kevin Daniels(Hank St. Clare)
Michael Mosley(Johnny Farrell)
Jessica McNamee(Theresa Kelly)
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