The police house is under grenade and gun attack by Marcel Hollis's crew, and he escapes from custody. The building is evacuated, with Munroe and Cruz inadvertently left behind upstairs, trapped by ...
Jimmy Doherty was the first main character to leave the show by a means other then dying. See more »
The 55th precinct building is nicknamed "Camelot" because it
is supposedly located at the intersection of King St. and Arthur St. This is impossible because while King St. is located in Manhattan, Arthur St. is in Queens. See more »
Hey, you know what you told me once when I messed up? "All you can do is try to learn from it. Do it different next time."
I said that?
Pretty smart, huh?
Apparently I have my moments.
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Third Watch is a fast paced, enjoyable show that I hope will stick around. I have to agree with another reviewer that NBC has jerked this show around by moving it around the schedule. What are they going to do in fall 2000--when Monday night football comes back? Anyway, I feel that ER has run its course and this show has the makings of picking up the "high adrenaline show" mantle and running off with it. Good show!
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