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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. Written by WyattJones

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Mike Silletti: Why'd you keep the pills if you don't take them anymore?
Tommy Gavin: Duh, I'm a junkie.
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Probably the best episode of the season so far!
12 July 2006 | by See all my reviews

In its third season, "Rescue Me" has gone beyond the quality of its freshman and sophomore season with the combination of powerful drama and black comedy. Mixing genres is very tricky and no show or movie to come out in quite some time has done it as well as "Rescue Me" has in the last six episodes. While this episode is pretty much just a comedic episode, it contains some of the best humorous moments the show has ever had, including the guys scrambling to get rid of all the porn in the firehouse and Sean's zombie episode. On the dramatic side, the scene between Franco (Daniel Sunjata) and Kenny (John Scurti) after the fire works perfectly. It is here that both Scurti and Sunjata once again prove that they are getting cheated out of Emmy nominations for their flawless performances. If you haven't started watching "Rescue Me", now is the time. 10/10.


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