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Third Watch: Season 2
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Third Watch: Season 2Edit

This page lists all of the episodes which aired in Season 2 of the NBC series Third Watch. A total of twenty-two episodes aired from October 24, 2000 and concluded on May 16, 2001.

Trivia Edit

  • In summer of 2000, Amy Carlson, who had been recurring cast member through the half of second season were she promoted to series regular.
  • This is the last season to feature Bobby Cannavale as a series regular, with Cannavale citing "creative reasons" for his departure from the series.

Cast and Characters Edit

Main

Actor/actress Character Role
Michael Beach Monte "Doc" Parker FDNY Paramedic
Coby Bell Tyrone "Ty" Davis Jr. NYPD Officer
Eddie Cibrian James "Jimmy" Doherty FDNY Firefighter/Lieutenant
Amy Carlson Alexandra "Alex" Taylor FDNY Paramedic/Firefighter
Bobby Cannavale Roberto "Bobby" Caffey FDNY Firefighter/Lieutenant
Molly Price Faith Yokas NYPD Officer/Detective
Kim Raver Kimberly "Kim" Zambrano FDNY Paramedic
Anthony Ruivivar Carlos Nieto FDNY Paramedic
Skipp Sudduth John "Sully" Sullivan NYPD Officer
Jason Wiles Maurice "Bosco" Boscorelli NYPD Officer

Recurring

Actor/actress Character Role
Chris Bauer Fred Yokas Husband of Faith
Derek Kelly Derek "DK" Kitson FDNY Firefighter
Bill Walsh William "Billy" Walsh FDNY Firefighter/Lieutenant
Eva LaRue Brooke Doherty NYPD Officer
Lisa Vidal Dr. Sarah Morales
Jon Seda Mateo "Matty" Caffrey
Savannah Haske Tatiana
Monica Trombetta Dana Murphy ER Nurse
Patti D'Arbanville Rose Boscorelli
Jeremy Bergman Charles "Charlie" Yokas
Lonette McKee Maggie Davis
James Rebhorn "Stick" Elchisak NYPD Captain
PJ Morrison Emily Yokas
Kristopher Scott Fiedell Joseph "Joey" Doherty
Saundra McClain Mary Proctor Nurse

Episodes Edit

Season 2 episodes
Image # in Series # in Season Title Original air date Directed by Written by
The Lost The Lost 23 1 October 2, 2000 Christopher Chulack John Wells
Sully lives his worst nightmare as the police search the city for a man who is buried alive and whose kidnappers are involved in a fatal car crash; Kim and Bobby find an abandoned 4 year old boy wandering the streets; Sully's mother wanders off from her nursing home; Carlos adopts a deceased patient's cockatoo.
Faith (episode) Faith 24 2 October 9, 2000 Christopher Chulack John Wells
A rapist attacks three victims; Yokas agonizes over her finances, her marriage and her pregnancy; Bosco's jealousy threatens, and ultimately ends, his relationship with Nicole.
Four Days Four Days 25 3 October 16, 2000 Félix Enríquez Alcalá Edward Allen Bernero and John Ridley
On the hunt for a robbery homicide suspect, the police shake down all young black males they encounter, igniting racial tensions throughout the city. The suspect in question turns out to be Puppet, whose younger brother was killed as a result of Puppet's gang activity despite Doc's attempts to turn him away from the streets. After he's shot by the cops and goes into hiding, Puppet solicits Doc's help by proclaiming his innocence. The ensuing lengths to which Doc goes to get Puppet to the hospital and save his life while avoiding the cops wreak havoc on Doc's relationships with both civilians and the squads.
Jimmy's Mountain Jimmy's Mountain 26 4 October 23, 2000 Charles Haid Lance Gentile and Terri Kopp
Jimmy's recovery complicates his return to the firehouse as he tries to take on too much, causing discord amongst his fellow firefighters over his all-consuming need to prove his abilities have not been lost. Meanwhile, Alex Taylor joins the firehouse with some baggage of her own.
Kim's Hope Chest Kim's Hope Chest 27 5 October 30, 2000 Félix Enríquez Alcalá Kyera B. Keenne and Janine Sherman Barrois
Joey starts a fire while on a field trip with his class, causing Kim and Jimmy to reevaluate their parenting styles and inspiring Kim to try to rebuild her family, starting with a reconciliation with Jimmy. But Jimmy's relationship with Brooke is not nearly as wobbly as Kim would like to think, and Kim ends up jumping into bed with a stranger and then commiserating with her mother over her problems with men, ending in a confrontation with Brooke that forces Kim to rethink what's best for Joey in the matter.
The Tys That Bind The Tys That Bind 28 6 November 6, 2000 Nick Gomez Bonnie Mark
Davis rescues a drowning newscaster from a downed helicopter, and the ensuing rush of media coverage on his heroism brings a strange young woman to meet him. She turns out to be his half-sister, and Davis uncovers secrets about his father's second family. The turmoil from the revelations causes disturbances between Davis and nearly everyone close to him. Meanwhile, someone's throwing bricks at random citizens, putting everyone in the city on edge.
After Hours After Hours 29 7 November 13, 2000 Guy Norman Bee Edward Allen Bernero
The deaths of four teenagers in a fiery car crash profoundly affects the third watch, who were unable to save them, and they congregate at the end of the shift to dispel their sadness and anger at the horrific images. Faith, Sully and Doc spend time sitting quietly in a cafe; Ty, Bobby, and Alex go to a bar; and Kim, Carlos and Jimmy go bowling. As evening turns into day, Faith's group meets up with a young woman, Ty's group meets up with a young man, and Kim's group meets up with a young couple in love. Bosco, meanwhile, floats around all three groups while suffering privately. At dawn, everyone ends up at a beach and they build a bonfire. As the flames flicker, we see a flashback to the moments preceding the car crash. It turns out the young people whom they met during the course of the evening were the dead teens whose spirits were sent back down to earth to tell Alex, Ty, Bosco, Faith, Jimmy, Doc, Bobby, Kim, Sully and Carlos that the crash could not have been prevented, and they aren't to blame for what happened.
Know Thyself Know Thyself 30 8 November 20, 2000 Nancy Savoca Julie Hebert
While coping with work demands, a recovering alcoholic husband and a disturbing visit with her parents, Yokas confronts her long held beliefs and emotions. A group of prisoners escape from a delivery truck. Yokas and Fred have another big fight in which she accuses him of drinking again. She tells him that she had an abortion. He wants her to leave the house, this makes her stay over at her parents home. However, by the end of the episode, they are back together, she realizes that she can't live without him and that she is sorry for accusing him of still drinking. Meanwhile, Bosco gets a bunch of flowers from a former lover. He smells the flowers which turn out to be poison Ivy. Bosco and Yokas also have a fight when she tells him that she had an abortion. He accuses her of lying to him and he refuses to speak to her, until she forces him to go the hospital to sort out the poison Ivy problem. She regrets lying to him.
Run of the Mill Run of the Mill 31 9 November 27, 2000 Félix Enríquez Alcalá Bonnie Mark
The ordeals of an elderly friend prompt Sully to consider his own loneliness; Alex regrets revealing that she discovered Jimmy on the eve of his wedding having sex with an old flame who happens to be Lombardo's current girlfriend after the news spreads like wildfire throughout the squad; Jimmy and Brooke get married.
History History 32 10 January 8, 2001 Jace Alexander Lance Gentile
A disturbing visit from his former high school girlfriend forces Doc to confront a horrible act he has hidden for years; Carlos struggles to pass a medical school qualification exam.
A Hero's Rest A Hero's Rest 33 11 January 15, 2001 Christopher Chulack Edward Allen Bernero
Bosco, Yokas, Sully and Davis search for a cop killer on the streets, and cope with an obnoxious new sergeant at the station house.
True Love (episode) True Love 34 12 January 22, 2001 Lesli Linka Glatter John Wells
A secret threatens to destroy Jimmy's relationships at work and home; Sully makes a date with his pretty neighbour; Bosco gets violent after his mother is beaten by her boyfriend.
Duty (episode) Duty 35 13 January 29, 2001 Guy Norman Bee Edward Allen Bernero
Sully is upset when he is wrongly accused of falsifying evidence; Bobby helps one of his former teachers dying from cancer; Carlos deludes himself into thinking that Kim is falling in love with him; Sully gets closer to his pretty neighbour.
A Rock and a Hard Place A Rock and a Hard Place 36 14 February 12, 2001 Félix Enríquez Alcalá Bonnie Mark
Faith, Bosco, Carlos and a wounded Doc find themselves trapped in an abandoned tunnel and unable to reach Central on their radios; the firefighters get into mischief during a long lull between calls; when the C.O. can't raise Bosco on the radio, Sully tries to cover for him.
Requiem for a Bantamweight Requiem for a Bantamweight 37 15 February 19, 2001 Christopher Chulack John Wells
Bobby comes to the aid of his old friend Paulie after Paulie's sister begs Bobby to help her brother with his drug addiction, but becomes enraged when Paulie breaks into Bobby's mother's house and robs her to support his habit.
Unfinished Business Unfinished Business 38 16 March 12, 2001 Félix Enríquez Alcalá Edward Allen Bernero
Bobby's attempt to keep Paulie away from drugs ends tragically.
The Self-Importance of Being Carlos The Self-Importance of Being Carlos 39 17 March 19, 2001 Jace Alexander John Ridley
Doc and Carlos attend a stress debriefing; Carlos meets up with Bosco when he's ordered to attend sensitivity training.
Honor (episode) Honor 40 18 April 2, 2001 Terrance O'Hara Kyera B. Keenne and Janine Sherman Barrois
The firefighters take on a rival firehouse for touch football bragging rights, but the two groups must later set their rivalry aside to battle a massive warehouse blaze; Brooke files for divorce; Jimmy worries that he may be a father again.
Walking Wounded Walking Wounded 41 19 April 16, 2001 Jesús Salvador Treviño Bonnie Mark
Faith and Bosco hunt down the dealer who distributed a batch of lethal heroin; depressed over Bobby's death, Kim attempts suicide.
Man Enough Man Enough 42 20 April 30, 2001 Guy Norman Bee Julie Hebert
Doc is thrilled when Sarah accepts his proposal, but is stunned when she informs him that she's accepting a job offer in Philadelphia and wants him to relocate. Doc is unable to do so and still has lingering grief over his late wife, leading to him and Sarah breaking up.
Exposing Faith Exposing Faith 43 21 May 7, 2001 Nick Gomez Whitney Boole Williams and Edward Allen Bernero
Faith's excitement over having her husband to herself for the weekend is dashed when Fred decides to spend the time trying to win a truck; angry, Faith organizes a drunken girls night out, meets a handsome photographer, and ponders an affair and what might have been; Fred outwits his opponents and wins the truck.
And Zeus Wep ...and Zeus Wep 44 22 May 14, 2001 Guy Norman Bee John Wells
Ty, Sully, Bosco, and Faith rush to the scene of a school shooting; Sully and Tatiana ponder their future together; Kim continues to struggle with her depression.