|Season 3, Episode 2|
|Air date||October 22, 2001|
|Written by||John Wells|
|Directed by||Guy Norman Bee|
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On September 10, 2001, Sully and Ty party in Atlantic City on the eve of Sully's wedding to Tatiana; Faith makes plans to see her doctor for her biopsy results; Jimmy can't get enough rest after nursing a sick Joey the night before; Kim isolates herself and sinks deeper into depression, and Bosco goes looking for love in all the wrong places.
|Michael Beach||Monte "Doc" Parker||FDNY Paramedic|
|Coby Bell||Tyrone "Ty" Davis Jr.||NYPD Officer|
|Eddie Cibrian||James "Jimmy" Doherty||FDNY Firefighter|
|Amy Carlson||Alexandra "Alex" Taylor||FDNY Paramedic/Firefighter|
|Molly Price||Faith Yokas||NYPD Officer|
|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|
- Chris Bauer as Fred Yokas
- Nick Sandow as Joe Lombardo
- Savannah Haske as Tatiana
- John Michael Bolger as Lieutenant Johnson
- Ted Koch as Bernero
- Danny Johnson as Herbert
- Goof: When Doc goes in his apartment, he doesn't close the door behind him.
- This is the first episode since the series premiere to not have a "previously on Third Watch" segment, probably due to the nature of the episode
- Starting with this episode until Episode 9 (Sex, Lies and Videotape), the opening credits are not shown. The main actors are credited on-screen directly after last week's recap.
- The Mamas & The Papas "Monday, Monday"
- Bosco: Can't believe it. First Giants game of the season, Monday Night Football and I'm stuck working.
- Faith: Yeah, well, right now, you're not working. You're staring at a bunch of revolving desserts. Would you decide, please?
- Bosco (to the restaurant worker): Is that fresh?
- Restaurant Guy: No, it's three weeks old. The way our customers like it.
- Bosco: What about the rice pudding?
- Faith: Bosco...
- Bosco: The German chocolate cake looks good. Do you recommend the German chocolate cake?
- Restaurant Guy: Delicious.
- Bosco: Hmm.
- Faith: We'll take a piece of the bundt cake, two forks.
- Bosco: Are you sure?
- Faith: Yeah, I'm sure.
- Bosco (to Faith about Sully's wedding): You weren't upset that you weren't invited?
- Faith: I don't think it's a formal invitation kinda thing.
- Bosco: Yeah, well, Davis is going.
- Faith: They're partners.
- Bosco: So, we've worked with him longer than Davis has.
- Faith: You don't even like him.
- Bosco: Sure I do.
- Faith: You like Sully?
- Bosco: I don't hate him or anything.
- Faith: Oh, well, that would put you at the top of my guest list.
- Davis: Sully, we're in Atlantic City, you're getting married in less than 24 hours and you're sitting in a bar by yourself, watching TV. It's not right. I won't allow it to happen, let's roll.
- Sully: Davis, listen I... I apperciate you comin' all the way down here to witness the ceromony, I really do. But I'm 44 years old. You know, I don't wanna go out and get drunk and waste a bunch of cash on strippers.
- Davis: Yeah, but I do.
- Sully: So, who's stopping you?
- Davis: It's tradition, alright? I'll bet you Tatiana's girlfriends got her drunk, tryin' to pull off a g-string off some male stripper with her teeth.
- Sully: They got tickets to the Pointer Sisters.
- Davis: Ah, that's what they told you, my friend.
- Sully: You're not gonna let go of this, are you?
- Davis: You don't want to be the only man in America to get married without a hangover, do you?
- Sully: All right.
- Davis: Yes!
- Sully: But we are going to be back by 1:00 a.m. and nobody touches me.
- Davis: No touching, right.
- Carlos (to Doc): Finders keepers.
- Doc: "Finders keepers"?
- Carlos: It's a well established legal principle. You find it, you keep it.
- Doc: Oh, yeah, yeah. I think that was one of the cornerstones of the Magna Carta.
- Carlos: The what?
- Sully (to Tatiana): It's supposed to be bad luck to see the bride before the wedding.
- Tatiana: Yeah? Why?
- Sully: I have no idea.
- Fred (about the doctor): How can he be late? We gotta be his first appointment.
- Faith: I don't know. Maybe he went to vote.
- Fred: No, he just wants us to know that his time is more valuable than our time.
- Faith: His time is probably more valuable than our time.
- Fred: The egos on these guys.
- Faith: Well, he did graduate from medicial school and we didn't.
- Fred: So? That doesn't make him any better than me. (Faith shrugs) What was that? That shrug thing. You think this guy's better than me?
- Faith: I didn't say that.
- Fred: But that's what you were thinking.
- Faith: What are you, like a mind reader now?
- Kim (to Catherine): I was sleeping, Mom.
- Catherine: I called you all night.
- Kim: Oh, that was you? Thank you for helping me no get any sleep. What's the matter Mom, disappointed in my housekeeping skills?
- Catherine: I was calling you all night because Joey wanted to talk to his mother. He's sick, he wanted to talk to you.
- Kim: He's sick? What's the matter?
- Catherine: Stomach flu. Jimmy had to work and I think that he just wanted to talk to you.
- Kim: Well, where is he now?
- Catherine: School. He's feeling better today.
- Kim: Well, maybe he should've stayed home another day if he was that sick.
- Catherine: He was okay this morning or I wouldn't have let him go. You know, you can't just let the phone ring like that. It scares the hell outta me. I would've come over here last night if I hadn't had Joey.