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Season: 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7
Year: 2004 | 2005 | 2006 | 2007 | 2009 | 2010 | 2011


Season 1


Season 1, Episode 1: Guts

21 July 2004
Tommy Gavin is a firefighter and father who's struggling to cope with the daily turmoil of his life. After his wife Janet leaves him, Tommy moves into a house across the street from her to stay close to their three children. However, the proximity of their relationship is difficult. Tommy isn't dealing very well with his estranged wife dating other men and using his kids as spies, paying them to divulge information about Janet's activities. Lifewise, the stress of his job is starting to get to him. Tommy is haunted by the memories of September 11 and even hallucinates the ghosts of the family and friends he lost. His subconscious manifests itself in the images of these former firefighters, predominately his cousin Jimmy who he often confides in. Tommy works hard to conceal his feelings from his firehouse buddies, even though many of them are still suffering as well.

Denis Leary ... Tommy Gavin

Michael Lombardi ... Mike Silletti

James McCaffrey ... Jimmy Keefe

Jack McGee ... Chief Jerry Reilly

Steven Pasquale ... Sean Garrity

Andrea Roth ... Janet Gavin

John Scurti ... Kenneth 'Lou' Shea

Daniel Sunjata ... Franco Rivera

Julie White ... Dr. Goldberg
Michael Mulheren ... Chief Perolli
Ed Sullivan ... Billy Warren

Anthony Mangano ... Bobby Vincent
Kevin Hagan ... Captain Sweeney

Chester A. Sims II ... Mr. Wilmore

Curtiss Cook ... Project Resident

Jay Potter ... Roger Mills

Natalie Distler ... Colleen Gavin

Trevor Heins ... Connor Gavin

Olivia Crocicchia ... Katy Gavin

Kevin Alexander ... Firefighter #2

Terrence Riordan ... Firefighter #3
Jonny Mack ... Firefighter #4

James McAdams ... Probie (as Jaime McAdams)
Marissa Clark ... The Blonde
Rosa Nino ... Spanish Woman

Eric Zuckerman ... Patron #1
Larry Loonin ... Bartender
Mackenzie Connolly ... Kitten Girl
Muhammed Cunningham ... Pajama Boy (as Muhammad Cunningham)
Jahery Paulino ... Girl in Window
Joshua Torrez ... Latino Child #1 (as Joshua Torres)
Jose Zelaya ... Latino Child #2

Callie Thorne ... Sheila Keefe

John Cenatiempo ... Crazed Naked Man (uncredited)
Frank Delano ... Vito Costella (uncredited)

Mike Landry ... Bartender (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: Gay

28 July 2004
Tommy Gavin finally meets his ex-wife's new boyfriend, Roger, and enlists his brother and nephew to help sabotage Roger's financial and computer records. After confronting his ex-wife Janet about her plans to move the kids to California, Tommy grows increasingly frustrated and his drinking gets worse. When Bobby Teff, a firefighter from another house comes out in a newspaper article and reveals that there is a secret society of homosexual firefighters, Chief Reilly is livid. Reilly takes it upon himself to confront Teff and teach him a lesson in propriety. Tommy peeks into a window, only to find Sheila, his cousin's widow, receiving a shoulder rub from another woman. Tommy's imagination runs wild as he suspects Sheila is now a lesbian.

Season 1, Episode 3: Kansas

4 August 2004
Chief Reilly is facing severe repercussions after beating up a gay firefighter. In a desperate attempt to find a witness who will testify on his behalf, Chief Reilly seeks out a bartender who was present during the altercation at the gay bar. Tommy is growing increasingly jealous of his ex-wife's new relationship. Additionally, he doesn't exactly receive the sympathy he is expecting when he vents to Sheila about his depression in dealing with the break-up of his marriage. Of course Sheila is unsympathetic since she lost her husband Jimmy on 9/11. Lou inquires with a post-traumatic stress group about possibly sharing his poetry.

Season 1, Episode 4: DNA

11 August 2004
Franco's former girlfriend Nez tells him that he is the father of her five-year old daughter, but only after she sleeps with Sean. Franco decides to take a paternity test to determine if Nez is lying. Chief Reilly is upset about being suspended without pay for the barroom incident he has been implicated in, and wants to fight the decision. Although Mike the Probie is growing increasingly uncomfortable with the frequent visits from Andrew, a guy whose life he saved in a fire, he agrees to have a drink with him. Tommy takes Sheila out for dinner, and she plants a goodnight kiss on him at the end of the evening that leaves him feeling guilty. After being told that she doesn't have permission to go, Colleen is in a car accident while on her way to a concert in the city.

Season 1, Episode 5: Orphans

18 August 2004
Tommy Gavin hopes that things start to return to normal now that his daughter Colleen has been discharged from the hospital. Unfortunately, still upset over their encounter in the emergency room, Roger makes matter worse when he accuses Tommy of being involved in the recent sabotage to his computer files and credit. Sean gets in over his head when Nez overdoses while the two are out at a bar. When Franco finds out what happened, he seems to be more concerned with Sean's disloyalty than the fact that he might have to care for a daughter he really doesn't know. Chief Jerry Reilly's suspension trial finally gets underway. The Chief is forced to contact his son, Peter, who may be his only chance to salvage his job. Three men, who are looking for revenge on Roger's behalf, confront Tommy.

Season 1, Episode 6: Revenge

25 August 2004
On a call, the guys convince Sean to ask out a girl who, unbeknownst to Garrity, is a transvestite. Meanwhile, Franco is feeling guilty about abandoning his daughter, and tries to find out where she was placed. As retribution for his attack, Tommy uses his City connections (his cousin) to have Roger arrested. Janet confronts Tommy and asks about the allegations Tommy is making against Roger. Tommy seems to have the upper hand, as he decides whether to press charges against Roger. Janet feels bad about the beating Tommy took from Roger's friends, until Tommy's bootie call unexpectedly shows up at his house and runs into Janet where introductions are not pleasant. Lou finally shares his poetry with people outside the firehouse and his home but their reactions aren't quite what he expected.

Season 1, Episode 7: Butterfly

1 September 2004
Tommy goes to see a doctor who prescribes him medication for his depression and insomnia, with the caveat that he shouldn't drink while on the meds. Dr. Shinsky, Tommy's neighbor and another psychiatrist, tells him that he should take the pills with caution and try to talk to someone before resorting to the medication. Unfortunately for Dr. Shinsky, Tommy decides that he's going to unload his problems on the good doctor. Tommy then enlists the guys to help him build a deck for Dr. Shinsky, with the Probie doing most of the work. Franco and Sean prepare for their photo shoot for the annual Firemens calendar. And the Probie is confronted by the amorous couple who wanted to have sex with him and is caught in an uncomfortable situation.

Season 1, Episode 8: Inches

8 September 2004
On a lark, the guys in the house decide to have a contest to determine whose manhood is the longest. Unfortunately, Franco and a girlfriend run into a little trouble as they take his measurements. Tommy's Dad calls looking for something to calm the monkey down. Turns out Uncle Teddy won a monkey over a baseball bet, and now the two grown men don't know what to do with the crazy primate. Janet tells Tommy that Colleen has been suspended from school for making out in the hallway with her girlfriend. Tommy is comforted by the fact that at least Colleen isn't with the Murphy kid anymore. Tommy accompanies Sheila to a party and tries to convince everyone that they're not dating.

Season 1, Episode 9: Alarm

15 September 2004
Tommy finds a pregnancy test in the trash at his wife's house, and instantly assumes that the test is his daughter Colleen's. Janet is forced to break the news that the test is actually hers. Tommy's Dad calls to tell his son that he is back at home with his wife, and although he is getting the silent treatment he couldn't be happier. Unfortunately, things are not so bright for Chief Reilly, who finds himself in a spot when he's overextended with his bookie. Faced with the possibility of bodily injury, he pockets some jewelry while out on a fire call. Lou also finds himself in a tight spot when his buddy's widow makes a pass at him. The Probie's home life becomes a mess when his girlfriend's teenage daughter Nicole comes to stay with the couple and hits on him. The guys learn that they're getting a female firefighter in the house, and decide to ice her out and alienate her so much that she wants to leave the house.

Season 1, Episode 10: Immortal

22 September 2004
Now that he is having sex with Sheila, Tommy cannot shake his visions of her late husband's ghost. On top of dreaming about Jimmy, the shaky finances that have him owing Janet four thousand dollars have also led to some angry and reckless driving that gets him cited by a vengeful cop. At work, female firefighter Laura Miles has made it clear that Jerry is in no position to deny her request for a private bathroom. And as Tommy offers to help reunite Colleen and her girlfriend, Jennifer, Andrew apologizes for the beating he gave Mike following their failed three-way with his fiancé and then insists that he move in with him now that Geneva has left.

Season 1, Episode 11: Mom

29 September 2004
Pressured by his mom into dating a friend's daughter, Mike is disappointed -- but not surprised -- to find that she's overweight. But after forcing him to admit to his ambivalence about their date, Theresa proceeds to give Mike the best sex he's ever had. After insisting that Jerry keep her new bathroom private, Laura watches Tommy defy orders to rescue a dog and wonders how long it will be before his recklessness gets him or someone else... killed. Meanwhile, as Sean frets over how the new firefighters calender makes him seem gay, Kenny tells his wife, Phyllis, about his affair with Sondra, only to learn she is seeing another fireman.

Season 1, Episode 12: Leaving

6 October 2004
To make the next hockey game with the NYPD a wild affair, Tommy mends fences with his ex-co-captain, Ryan, who offers to enlist a fireman who is on leave for beating up three cops. As Lou's affair with Sondra heats up, and Mike comes to grips with Theresa's eating disorder, Franco counsels Sean on how to dump Carol, a woman he says is a bad kisser. And after another day at the track with Uncle Teddy and Arlo leaves him with plenty of cash for Janet and Sheila, Tommy is startled when Laura questions his motives and his sanity. Then, after she's the only one who can stop an angry man from attacking the firefighters removing his morbidly obese mother's corpse from her apartment, Laura gains some credibility with the crew.

Season 1, Episode 13: Sanctuary

13 October 2004
To make the next hockey game with the NYPD a wild affair, Tommy mends fences with his ex-co-captain, Ryan, who offers to enlist a fireman who is on leave for beating up three cops. As Lou's affair with Sondra heats up, and Mike comes to grips with Theresa's eating disorder, Franco counsels Sean on how to dump Carol, a woman he says is a bad kisser. And after another day at the track with Uncle Teddy and Arlo leaves him with plenty of cash for Janet and Sheila, Tommy is startled when Laura questions his motives and his sanity. Then, after she's the only one who can stop an angry man from attacking the firefighters removing his morbidly obese mother's corpse from her apartment, Laura gains some credibility with the crew.

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Voicemail

21 June 2005
Things are not going well for Tommy Gavin (Denis Leary). His wife Janet (Andrea Roth) has taken the kids, sold the house and left him. His girlfriend, Sheila (Callie Thorne), is pregnant. He is bored out of his mind at the Staten Island firehouse he has recently been assigned to. And his drinking is spiraling out of control. Tommy hits rock bottom and calls on his former crew mates from 62 Truck to try and help him get his life back on track.

Season 2, Episode 2: Harmony

28 June 2005
When Tommy discovers where Janet has taken the kids, the only way he can get time off to find them is by joining his new firehouse's competitive Barbershop Quartet. Lou and Chief Reilly conspire to get Tommy back into the old firehouse, but the rest of the crew is getting attached to Tommy's replacement, Sully, who's a gourmet cook with great people skills. Mike has trouble controlling his emotions when his girlfriend Theresa breaks up with him.

Season 2, Episode 3: Balls

5 July 2005
Chief Reilly and Lou have trouble convincing the crew to take Tommy back into the firehouse, until a huge warehouse fire reveals a secret about Tommy's replacement, Sully. Tommy's dad returns from his trip around the world with a new wife and a brand new lifestyle. Franco and Laura take their friendship to a new level while Mike finds himself stalking his ex-girlfriend. Sheila can't bring herself to be honest with Tommy about the baby.

Season 2, Episode 4: Twat

12 July 2005
Tommy looks to his cousin Mickey, now an ex-priest, for help in understanding the bizarre visions he's been having since he quit drinking. When Lou allows a disagreement with Laura to escalate, the crew tries to help Laura understand the essence of male camaraderie. Tommy is put in harm's way during a fire when a miscommunication happens between Chief Reilly and Mike The Probie. Tommy's Dad is shocked when Teddy turns up in the last place he would ever expect.

Season 2, Episode 5: Sensitivity

19 July 2005
When a priest delivers some startling news, Tommy wonders if his Dad has been living a double life. Chief Jerry discovers just how far his wife's mind has slipped, and he is forced to ask for help from his estranged, gay son. When Laura files a complaint against Lou, the whole crew is ordered to undergo sensitivity training. Now that Colleen is home, Tommy comes up with a plan to get the rest of his kids back; meanwhile, Tommy starts to suspect that Sheila is hiding something from him.

Season 2, Episode 6: Reunion

26 July 2005
Lou regrets participating in the FDNY bone marrow donation program when he meets the miserable person whose life he saved. Sean becomes suspicious of his new girlfriend when he discovers her habit of dating firemen. Franco's worsening painkiller addiction puts his daughter at risk. Tommy tries to learn the truth about Sheila's pregnancy, while executing a new plan to take his kids back.

Season 2, Episode 7: Shame

2 August 2005
Tommy finds himself keeping vigil at the bedside of a young boy who was critically wounded in a fire. Chief Reilly learns a little more than he can handle about his gay son's relationship. Lou comes up with a plan to attract the attention of an old girlfriend.

Season 2, Episode 8: Believe

9 August 2005
Chief Reilly doesn't know what he's in for when he invites the crew to attend a birthday party for his son's boyfriend. Just as Franco and Laura's relationship is becoming serious, Laura learns a devastating secret. Tommy finds himself being tempted by a woman who's off-limits, while suddenly being forced to make a decision about his family's future.

Season 2, Episode 9: Rebirth

16 August 2005
Tommy finds a less-than-perfect way to rekindle his relationship with Janet. Franco asks for the crew's help in winning Laura back. Tommy's ideas about faith are challenged when an accident on the job nearly kills him.

Season 2, Episode 10: Brains

23 August 2005
Tommy, Johnny, and Mickey's investigation into Father Murphey's private life leads to tragedy. Laura starts to believe that one of her crew members is secretly harboring romantic feelings for her. Tommy unwittingly becomes involved in a domestic dispute between Sheila and her new girlfriend.

Season 2, Episode 11: Bitch

30 August 2005
Sheila begs Tommy to talk to her teenage son out of his decision to become a fireman. Franco's attempt to make Laura jealous backfires when his hot blind date turns out to have a big physical flaw. Tommy goes out of the way to prove to his hockey teammates that he hasn't gone soft.

Season 2, Episode 12: Happy

6 September 2005
The family waits for the reading of the will. Mike finds a lump. Franco keeps working on Laura. Tommy's sister shows up. The Chief's wife gets worse.

Season 2, Episode 13: Justice

13 September 2005
Tommy seeks revenge. Sean questions his faith. The Chief must make a decision about his wife. Lou and Candy's relationship reaches a turning point. The crew responds to a high-rise fire.

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Devil

30 May 2006
Although they are still mourning the death of their son, Tommy and Janet are moving forward with their separation. Tommy is also still trying to maintain his sobriety while now bogged down with new responsibilities, which include caring for his father. Sean Garrity has struck up a secret relationship with Tommy's sister Maggie, and unfortunately for him, he's really starting to fall for her. Sheila finds condoms in her son Damian's room, and asks Tommy to have a conversation with him about it. In confronting Damian, Tommy learns that the teenager is carrying on an affair with one of his teachers, Mrs. Turbody. And when the city's no-smoking ban threatens the firehouse, the crew tries to make things interesting by starting a big wager on whether they can quit smoking.

Season 3, Episode 2: Discovery

6 June 2006
In an effort to revive Tommy's love life (and morale), the crew plans a night out to the hot-spot Lotus. At the club, Franco gets hit on by an older woman named Alicia. While he's put-off by their difference in age, he's intrigued by her confidence. Financial problems are affecting a few guys in the house. Lou is trying to keeps his financial problems under wraps, but with the Chief asking him to borrow money, its growing increasing difficult for Lou to hide the fact that he was schemed out of thousands of dollars by a Hooker. The Chief is trying to cover the costs on the nursing home his wife is in. Meanwhile, Franco is considering taking the lieutenants exam, and The Probie is considering a transfer to another house somewhere he wont be hassled as the most junior member of the house.

Season 3, Episode 3: Torture

13 June 2006
The entire firehouse seems to be on edge. Lou continues to fall in a downward spiral as he avoids his home life and becomes more and more irritable, turning to alcohol to solve his problems. The Chief is still struggling to pay for his wife's nursing home, and tensions are high between Tommy and Sean who continues to try and hide his relationship with Tommy's sister. Franco has been sleeping with Alicia and realizes he is sitting on a gold mine when she spoils him and his daughter with generous gifts. "The Probie" seriously considers applying for a transfer, and fills out all the necessary paperwork; the issue is finding the courage to turn it in. When Tommy forgets to pick his children up from school, his estranged wife Janet, confronts him at the house and it is finally clear that their marriage is over.

Season 3, Episode 4: Sparks

20 June 2006
After tending to an overturned bus and saving the lives of multiple children, the Reverend Al Sharpton publicly denounces the FDNY for ignoring the needs of the black community by choosing to rescue the bus on the way to help a black man with chest pains. The station, and the entire community are responding in interesting ways. Sean confronts Tommy about his relationship with Maggie and Tommy warns him that his sister is trouble. Franco continues his relationship with Alicia, and Tommy and Sheila's relationship takes an interesting turn, especially when Tommy informs her that he will be making a deposit the next day, and not at a bank. Chief Reilly takes the job at the bar, and finds it difficult and tiring. The guys at the house take advantage of his vulnerability by playing practical jokes on him.

Season 3, Episode 5: Chlamydia

7 July 2006
Tommy and Janet's divorce begins to seem real as the guys help clear the apartment of Janet's things and Tommy has to face Janet's new relationship face-to-face. On the other hand, Johnny's ex-wife reappears and makes an interesting deal with Tommy that will prove to shake things up among the Gavin family. While babysitting Franco's daughter, Alicia reveals something shocking about her past and knowing the truth about Kayla drives her to take drastic measures, infuriating Franco beyond reason. Sean finally confronts Maggie about her relationship status and Maggie tells him the truth about her wandering eyes. Chief Reilly gets the lights turned out on him and loses his chance at a large amount of money to help support his ailing wife.

Season 3, Episode 6: Zombies

11 July 2006
During an interdepartmental street hockey game, Tommy starts to becomes suspicious that another company might be looking to poach "The Probie" from Ladder62. The potential issue weighs on Tommy because he realizes that while "The Probie" takes tons of abuse, he is still part of their family. Johnny's intense effort to go above and beyond for Janet and the girls leaves Janet ill at ease. Perhaps its because Tommy never took the same amount of time to dote on her, or maybe because she's not completely over him. The situation is complicated when Janet decides to pay a surprise visit to her ex. After an innocent mix up between ibuprofen and sleeping pills, Sean ends up sleepwalking and causing a brutally honest ruckus around the city. On the job, Lou makes a wrong turn that puts him and Franco in danger.

Season 3, Episode 7: Satisfaction

18 July 2006
Tommy and Franco learn about Jerry's side job and decide to give him a hard time. Tommy and Angie go to great lengths to make Janet and Johnny jealous. Sean discovers an unusual way to keep Maggie interested in him.

Season 3, Episode 8: Karate

25 July 2006
Lou uses some new-age techniques in an effort to turn over a new leaf, while Sean and Maggie make a surprising decision. Tommy and Angie decide to continue seeing each other, leading to an embarrassing confrontation with Janet.

Season 3, Episode 9: Pieces

1 August 2006
The crew encounters a little more than smoke when rescuing a man from his burning apartment. Sean (Steve Pasquale) runs into problems while asking Maggie's Dad (Charles Durning) for her hand in marriage. Tommy (Denis Leary) starts to realize that his crews future together may be in jeopardy. Johnny (Dean Winters) finally confronts Tommy face to face, and makes a difficult announcement.

Season 3, Episode 10: Retards

8 August 2006
Tommy pays Janet a visit to discuss her pregnancy, which leads to an emotional confrontation with Johnny. Teddy finds his conjugal visits disappointing, while Franco tries to befriend his new girlfriend's mentally challenged brother. Tommy keeps vigil at the bedside of a severely injured firefighter.

Season 3, Episode 11: Twilight

15 August 2006
After a bitter argument with Tommy over their living situation, Tommy's dad goes missing. Tommy is disgusted by Lou's latest love interest, while Sean and Maggie's disastrous meeting with the local priest threatens their future marriage. The new woman in Jerry's life puts him in danger.

Season 3, Episode 12: Hell

22 August 2006
Tommy and Janet are brought together by a sudden tragedy in the Gavin family. Meanwhile, the crew becomes concerned when Jerry fails to show up for work. Mike looks for advice about his sexuality, while Maggie surprises Sean with a spontaneous decision about their wedding.

Season 3, Episode 13: Beached

29 August 2006
Tommy promises to help Janet with the baby she's expecting, but hides the fact that he's preparing to start a new life with Sheila. Franco pays his daughter Keela a visit, and gets a picture of how Alicia's raising her. Several crew members are going forward with their plans to say goodbye to the firehouse.

Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: Baby Face

13 June 2007
Tommy is unable to recall the events of the beach-house fire for which he is under investigation for. Meanwhile on the home front, he disapproves of his daughter's rebellious behavior. Richard wants Franco to marry Natalie so he can have more freedom. Lou and his new girlfriend decide to make love in the "holiest" of places. Newlywed Garrity is uncomfortable with Maggie's collection of porn movies.

Season 4, Episode 2: Tuesday

20 June 2007
Tommy meets with Sheila in hopes of finding out what really happened on the night of the fire. Lou has his sights set on a new recruit who can really help the squad's basketball team. Teddy is released from prison. Tommy's daughter Colleen is believed to have run away from home.

Season 4, Episode 3: Commitment

27 June 2007
Tommy confronts Colleen and her new boyfriend. Probie must make a crucial decision regarding his terminally-ill mother so he asks Tommy for advice. Natalie is upset at Franco for not considering marriage. The Chief is forced to leave the firehouse because of health issues and decides to take a desk job. Tommy resists the advances of the volunteer firefighter who previously pulled him out of a fire.

Season 4, Episode 4: Pussified

11 July 2007
The firehouse learns of the Chief's suicide. Tommy agrees to buy things for his daughter Colleen in exchange for her keeping in contact. He and Janet decide to see a marriage counselor. Franco plans on proposing to Natalie. Garrity considers divorcing Maggie.

Season 4, Episode 5: Black

18 July 2007
After the death of Chief Reilly, the crew of 62 Truck gets a new chief. 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. As Janet's depression deepens, Sheila makes a surprising proposition.

Season 4, Episode 6: Balance

25 July 2007
Tommy and Janet cope with revelations about the baby. Garrity finds out a secret about Mike. New probie Black Shawn holds the guys to their agreement. Cousin Mike pays a visit to Lou.

Season 4, Episode 7: Seven

1 August 2007
A devastating fire has a profound effect on the members of 62 Truck. Tommy wrestles with his feelings about the baby. Alicia returns with a propositions for Franco. Lou makes a tough decision about Theresa.

Season 4, Episode 8: Solo

8 August 2007
While Janet exacts revenge when she learns Tommy gave her baby to Sheila, thus ending all attempts to repair their relationship, Franco questions his proposal to Natalie by visiting Alcia and learning how he really feels. Tommy faces new ghosts and a bottle of vodka, dates the Chiefs daughter and realizes, at Mick's suggestion, that he needs a meeting. Mick visits Sean and reveals that Maggie is safe but needs an intervention. Mike gets a new apartment and new furniture and injured on a call.

Season 4, Episode 9: Animal

15 August 2007
The Gavin family stages a duo intervention after several disturbing family calls. The mysterious girl from the restaurant leaves Tommy wanting for much more. In order to get her baby back, Janet must take matters into her own hands. A depressed Mike calls Tommy in a moment of despair.

Season 4, Episode 10: High

22 August 2007
The Gavin family AA group's first meeting doesn't go exactly as planned. Tommy bribes Colleen for information on Janet. Franco learns the truth about Natalie from Richie while Lou contemplates revenge on Cousin Mike.

Season 4, Episode 11: Cycle

29 August 2007
Tommy goes on another memorable date with Beth for the sake of the crew. Black Shawn proves himself in an unexpected arena. Franco realizes what he's really lost while Latrina shows she knows how to keep Lou happy. Dad gives Tommy some insight into his childhood.

Season 4, Episode 12: Keefe

5 September 2007
Tommy plays hero in someone else's uniform which causes confusion in the firehouse. Colleen suffers heartbreak and takes it out on Tommy. Natalie asks Franco for a favor. A rift between Mike and Black Shawn nearly leads to blows. Tempers flare between Tommy and the Chief Feinstein after Tommy makes a move on his daughter.

Season 4, Episode 13: Yaz

12 September 2007
The spotting of Jimmy's "ghost" is the talk of the firehouse. Colleen blames Tommy for her failed relationship, while Tommy figures out a way to fix his own. Franco and Natalie come to an understanding, while Lou, Mike and Latrina come to an understanding of their own. Tommy and his father take in a ballgame.

Season 5


Season 5, Episode 1: Baptism

7 April 2009
Tommy copes with the loss of his father and a new man in Janet's life. Sheila finds a different way to deal with her issues while Sean, Franco, and Mike concoct a surefire way to get rich and laid.

Season 5, Episode 2: French

14 April 2009
An exotic visitor sparks mixed reactions in the firehouse. Tommy deals with the possibility of expulsion from the FDNY and a new sponsorship role in AA. As Mike and the guys renovate their new bar, Sheila learns that being a big sister isn't always easy.

Season 5, Episode 3: Wine

21 April 2009
The calls from Tommy's AA sponsee increase as Tommy attempts to navigate a touchy issue with Colleen.

Season 5, Episode 4: Jimmy

28 April 2009
Tommy makes a shocking discovery regarding Jimmy's whereabouts on 9/1l. Sheila takes drastic measures to purge the negative energy from her life as Sean's back pain gets worse. The bar, however, finally takes a turn for the best as the guys enjoy a fruitful opening night.

Season 5, Episode 5: Sheila

5 May 2009
After a run in with Janet's brash new boyfriend, Tommy grows concerned about Katie's whereabouts. Sheila is finally able to come to terms with Jimmy's death as Damien makes the decision to follow in his father's footsteps.

Denis Leary ... Tommy Gavin

Michael Lombardi ... Mike Silletti

Adam Ferrara ... Chief 'Needles' Nelson

Andrea Roth ... Janet Gavin

Steven Pasquale ... Sean Garrity

John Scurti ... Kenneth 'Lou' Shea

Daniel Sunjata ... Franco Rivera

Larenz Tate ... Bart 'Black Shawn' Johnston

Callie Thorne ... Sheila Keefe

Robert John Burke ... Mickey Gavin
Jim Coope ... Frank

Amy Dickenson ... NYC Tourist

Michael J. Fox ... Dwight

Karina Lombard ... Geneviéve

Joe Sernio ... Customer
Gilbert Soto ... Concert Goer

Michael Zegen ... Damien Keefe

Keith Chambers ... Man on Pier (uncredited)

Will Chase ... Pat Mahoney (uncredited)

Tracie Jules ... Sexy Woman in Restaurant (uncredited)
Joy Nakayama ... Conspiracy Chick #1 (uncredited)

Peter Riga ... Man on Street (uncredited)

Kate Simses ... Conspiracy Chick #2 (uncredited)

Cydnee Welburn ... Waitress (uncredited)

Natalia Zisa ... Showgirl (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 6: Perspective

12 May 2009
A personal milestone finds Tommy back at Ground Zero. Genevieve's perspective on 9/11 incenses Tommy, whereas Franco's point of view has more dire consequences. Meanwhile, Sean's back pain turns out to be more serious than he had expected and the success of Mike's bar becomes a handful.

Season 5, Episode 7: Play

19 May 2009
Tommy and Janet attempt to survive a weekend together at Katy's new prep school. Meanwhile, Lou sees Tommy's absence as a way to move in on Genevieve. Teddy and Maggie receive vulgar propositions and Sean's stomach pain acts up at an inopportune moment.

Season 5, Episode 8: Iceman

26 May 2009
A late-night cleanup turns into a nightmare for Tommy when several unexpected visitors stop by the bar. Feinberg allows Damien to ride along with the crew, but may not be prepared for the consequences.

Season 5, Episode 9: Thaw

2 June 2009
Tension runs high as Needles holds the guys accountable for their lack of judgment. Tommy steps up and takes responsibility for Damian's future in the firehouse. Sheila provides Tommy with an oasis as a sign of her gratitude but it may not be enough to save him from the wrath of Mike, Dwight, and the ghosts of Tommy's past

Season 5, Episode 10: Control

9 June 2009
Tommy and Mike must lay their differences aside when a roadblock puts a dangerous halt to a routine call. Sheila uses her leverage to control Tommy's drinking, while Lou refuses to give in to the allure of an old flame.

Season 5, Episode 11: Mickey

16 June 2009
Though Tommy's pacts with Sheila and Janet have begun to unravel, there is one Gavin who remains sexually adventurous much to Tommy's chagrin. Garrity divulges his medical secret, Tommy proclaims he's been drinking at AA, but its Mickey who will offer the final surprise.

Season 5, Episode 12: Disease

23 June 2009
The stakes are high between Lou and Tommy as they vie to be the last single man standing. Garrity looks worse than the guys had expected, but have no idea just how far from reality he has drifted.

Season 5, Episode 13: Torch

30 June 2009
A gruesome accident has the guys fighting to stay strong. When Tommy is the only one to remain stoic, he seeks a violent outlet for his emotions.

Season 5, Episode 14: Wheels

7 July 2009
The crew gathers to show their support for Franco as he steps into the ring. Sean reveals his shady financial scheme and things quickly turn from bad to worse when an act of good will backfires on the crew.

Season 5, Episode 15: Initiation

14 July 2009
Damian's graduation ushers in a new era at the firehouse - one steeped in brotherhood, tradition, and hazing. It's all fun and games until Tommy's decision to protect Damian leaves the rest of the crew in a dangerous position.

Season 5, Episode 16: Clean

21 July 2009
When Tommy has to clean the firehouse due to his defiant ways, a mystery woman suddenly makes an appearance. Meanwhile, when Tommy's drinking begins to cause problems, his family confronts him.

Season 5, Episode 17: Lesbos

28 July 2009
The perfect party becomes a nightmare when a herd of brutish women infiltrate the bar. Tommy's love triangle reaches new heights.

Denis Leary ... Tommy Gavin

Adam Ferrara ... Chief 'Needles' Nelson

Michael Lombardi ... Mike Silletti

Steven Pasquale ... Sean Garrity

Andrea Roth ... Janet Gavin

John Scurti ... Kenneth 'Lou' Shea

Daniel Sunjata ... Franco Rivera

Callie Thorne ... Sheila Keefe

Larenz Tate ... Bart 'Black Shawn' Johnston

Lenny Clarke ... Uncle Teddy

Robert John Burke ... Mickey Gavin

Terry Serpico ... Cousin Eddie

Michael Zegen ... Damien Keefe

Jerry Adler ... Sidney Feinberg

Maura Tierney ... Kelly McPhee

Madison McKinley ... Mrs. Nelson / Snezyanna

Anthony Perullo ... Derek
Niels Jorgensen ... Niels

J. Elaine Marcos ... Pretty Lesbian

Claire Byrne ... Attractive Lesbian
Elisabeth A. Furtado ... Bull Dyke (as Elisabeth Furtado)

Wenne Alton Davis ... Second Bull Dyke

Raymond Anthony Thomas ... Neignbor (as Ray Anthony Thomas)

Abigail Kuklis ... Bar Patron

Angel Pai ... Lesbian
Chris Rowan ... Bar Patron

Stephanie Gould ... Bull Dyke (uncredited)
Cindy Narayan ... Hot Lesbian (uncredited)
Richard Shankman ... EMT (uncredited)

Zina Wilde ... Bar Patron (uncredited)
Henry Woods ... Guitar Player (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 18: Carrot

4 August 2009
A no-nonsense woman shows up at the firehouse talking trash and looking for a date. Janet offers Tommy an ultimatum, Needles and Lou concoct a battle of the sexes, and Sean's medical condition takes a trip below the belt.

Season 5, Episode 19: David

11 August 2009
When Kelly-- a headstrong recent save-- continues to probe the firehouse for men, Tommy steps in to put a halt on her advances on Damian. Lou approaches Needles to act as a buffer to Tommy for the upcoming nuptials.

Season 5, Episode 20: Zippo

18 August 2009
Janet divulges the sordid details of a past relationship to Tommy and he lashes out. With Janet and Sheila on the rocks, Tommy seeks refuge in Kelly.

Season 5, Episode 21: Jump

25 August 2009
Things spin out of control when Franco takes to the ring against one of Carla's butch cohorts. Tommy bartends to relieve tensions after a failed rescue sees the guys down and out.