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. Written by
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[after Janet, Maggie, and Sheila all call him one after the other
Boy, it's crazy chick callin' day.
[while he's on the phone with Sheila, Mrs Turbody calls him
Boy, it really is crazy chick callin' day.