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 ...
In many episodes there are I Heart New York logos "hidden" on all sorts of items such as mugs and shopping bags, e.g. when Faith is taking the Sergeant exam, she is wearing a t-shirt that says it under her coat. See more »
At the beginning of the season two finale, Jimmy and his son, Joey are playing the Syphon Filter video game. They stop when Jimmy says that Joey killed him (in the game). However, viewing the TV screen shows that the game was in single player mode. See more »
I thought detectives worked better hours. I've been here for two days straight.
If we woulda handled it my way, you woulda been home on time each night. And there woulda been one dead schoolteacher and whatever kids happened to be around her when she blew up.
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Third Watch will be remembered as NBC's secret stunner. For 6 seasons this show persevered through several slot changes and a lack of promotion by the network. While NBC spent most of their time promoting all of the Law and Order Series, their must see comedies, and lack luster reality series, Third Watch remained largely in the shadows of the network. Still, this show managed to bring viewers to the edge of their seats every week and kept their plot lines fresh, intriguing, and emotionally appealing. The cast went through small changes but remained mostly intact up until it's fifth season. Regardless, the talent on this show would rival any other on NBC or any network, even cable channels which are usually known for their own breakthrough television. Third Watch was a fish out of water on a network that never realized what it had. The faithful fans followed the show relentlessly and hopefully after the series ends more fans will be gained through release of the seasons on DVD. I recommend this show for those who not only love good television, but also love great film making. The show is visually stunning and puts new angles on the traditional cop show format. Maybe it wouldn't be as special if NBC had ever given it the recognition it truly deserved. Third Watch, I believe, will go down in history not as just another cop drama, but as a show that encompassed what it really means to be a police officer, fireman, and paramedic on any street in America and also show everyone that not all of those people are perfect and righteous. On Third Watch, as in real life, there are good guys and bad guys. This show gave you a view into the worlds of both groups.
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