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Episode Guide
Season One

Welcome to Camelot
Aired 9~23~99

This fast-paced drama hour from Emmy Award winner John Wells follows the hard-charging police, firefighter and paramedic teams who are mutual counterparts in New York's 55th precinct as they work the "third watch" (3-11 p.m.). Veteran cop "Sully" Sullivan educates his neophyte partner, Ty as they break up a drunken brawl and deal with hot-shot cop "Bosco" Boscorelli and Bosco's partner Faith whose many duties on this shift include rescuing children in a burning apartment and finding a peeping clown. Across the street is "Camelot," the firehouse where paramedics Bobby and Kim roll out and immediately must deliver a baby on a moving subway train. Also on call is battle-weary "Doc" who snatches a falling baby during an apartment fire and introduces newcomer Carlos to the job's cruel and violent ironies. Adding spice to the paramedic's personal lives is Kim's denied longing for her handsome ex-husband, firefighter Jimmy Doherty.

Anywhere But Here
Aired 9~26~99

The effects of the shooting of medic Jerry Mankowicz (guest star Michael Rispoli) reverberate throughout the Third Watch staff. While searching for the suspect, the gang ends up in an abandoned hotel where Bosco (Jason Wiles), attempting to be a hero, ends up in a compromising postion. Sully (Skipp Sudduth) and Doc (Michael Beach) have a hard time dealing with training their new partners Carlos (Anthony Ruivivar) and Davis (Coby Bell) but realize after another close call that the rookies just might fit in fine. Tension mounts when Kim (Kim Raver) and Bobby (Bobby Cannavale) continue to harp on each other's social life and ex-husband Doherty (Eddie Cibrian) surprises the gang when he actually shows some concern for his ex-wife Kim.

Aired 10~03~99

Fireman Doherty (Eddie Cibrian) gleefully heaps fuel on his running gag feud with Officer Boscorelli (Jason Wiles) by embarrassing Sullivan (Skipp Sudduth) who mistakenly directs his wrath towards an unsuspecting Bosco, while Paramedics "Doc" Parker (Michael Beach) and Nieto (Anthony Ruivivar) seek the owner of an expensive watch left behind by one of the week's patients -- many of whom are now dead. Elsewhere on the watch: Offficer Davis (Coby Bell) rescues a mother and child from a submerged car; Boscorelli winces when he hears the scuttlebutt that a precinct cop was caught making love on videotape and later goes ballistic when his police cruiser disappears; and paramedic Caffey (Bobby Cannavale) berates his partner, Zambrano (Kim Raver), for agreeing to date her ex-husband Doherty.

Hell Is What You Make Of It
Aired 10~10~99

Officer Davis (Coby Bell) waves off his partner Sully's (Skipp Sudduth) ominous warning about crummy Mondays but soon becomes a believer when he discovers a decomposed body and encounters a young rape victim, while cop Bosco (Jason Wiles) engages fireman Doherty (Eddie Cibrian) in an escalating game of one-upsmanship over a parking space. In addition, Bosco and his partner, Yokas (Molly Price), try to snag a suicidal jumper (Mark Kassen); fledgling paramedic Carlos (Anthony Ruivivar) chafes under the veteran Doc's (Michael Beach) contradictory instructions -- especially when Doc refuses to let him leave their vehicle to help a gunshot victim; and Kim (Kim Raver) is victimized by a 13-year-old prostitute (Nathalie Paulding) on whom she takes pity.

Responsible Parties
Aired 10~31~99

Officer Yokas (Molly Price) sets off on a one-woman vendetta to collar the gangbanger responsible for the accidental shooting death of an 8-year-old boy but her methods of dealing with one culpable gang member (guest star Rafael Baez) shock Bosco (Jason Wiles). Officer Sullivan (Skipp Sudduth) saves his partner Davis' (Coby Bell) life while pursuing a suspect and they also encounter a scummy purse-snatcher (guest star Brian Tarantina) who wishes he hadn't robbed one particular old lady (guest star Irma St. Paule). Fireman Doherty (Eddie Cibrian) -- jealous over his son's easy familiarity with Paramedic Bobby (Bobby Cannavale) -- challenges him to a teeth-rattling game of one-on-one basketball. Carlos (Anthony Ruivivar) aims high when the paramedic tries to impress an attractive but icy doctor (guest star Lisa Vidal) who already has dressed down Kim (Kim Raver) for attempting a life-saving procedure on a gunshot victim.

Sunny Like Sunshine
Aired 11~07~99

Fireman Doherty (Eddie Cibrian) enters a fast-burning building but refuses to leave when a rookie (guest star Sharrieff Pugh) is lost inside the blaze while Officers Sullivan (Skipp Sudduth) and Davis (Coby Bell) track a creepy man (guest star Damian Young) with a peculiar penchant for stalking teenaged women. In addition: Kim (Kim Raver) regrets spurning the request of a teenaged street prostitute (guest star Nathalie Paulding) to take shelter with her; Officers Yokas (Molly Price) and Boscorelli (Jason Wiles) search for the lowdown thieves who rip-off cemetery statuary; Sullivan and Davis try a low-key method in settling a violent marital spat; and the mutual dislike between paramedics Doc (Michael Beach) and Carlos (Anthony Ruivivar) reaches a boiling point. Paramedic Bobby Caffey (Bobby Cannavale) visits with his incarcerated brother (Jon Seda, "Homicide: Life On the Street") as they make plans for his release from prison.

Aired 11~14~99

After a young man poses as a witness to a horrendous crime, an enraged Bosco (Jason Wiles) combs the city looking for him when he learns that he was the suspect who set a car on fire with his girlfriend locked in the trunk. On other shifts: Paramedic Carlos (Anthony Ruivivar) is crushed when he strikes a pregnant woman with his rig, prompting her to begin labor with a premature baby; Officer Davis (Coby Bell) is incensed that his partner, Officer Sullivan (Skipp Sudduth), is romantically interested in his recently widowed mother, Maggie (guest star Lonette McKee, "Malcolm X"); despite Kim's (Kim Raver) warnings, paramedic Bobby (Bobby Cannavale) welcomes his trouble-prone brother Matty (guest star Jon Seda, "Homicide: Life on the Street") after his latest release from prison.

History of the World
Aired 11~21~99

On a thankless Thanksgiving workday, Officer Boscorelli (Jason Wiles) is taken hostage -- along with an unhappy family -- when he tries to settle a festering family feud during dinner until one angry relative (guest star Matt Ross) produces a gun, while his partner, Officer Yokas (Molly Price), takes the day off and cooks a festive meal for her own bickering loved ones. Officers Sullivan (Skipp Sudduth) and Davis (Coby Bell) arrest two suspects at once for different crimes, but they are unsettled by Sullivan's untruthful version that he actually saw the one who fired on them, especially when it's learned that the same gun was used to murder a storekeeper. Carlos (Anthony Ruivivar) chides fellow paramedic Doc (Michael Beach) for not calling a fit and attractive woman (guest star N'Bushe Wright, "Blade") whom he tended after her gym-related injury. Bobby (Bobby Cannavale) hopes to change his mother's (guest star Socorro Santiago) mind about refusing to sit down to dinner with Matty (guest star Jon Seda, "Homicide: Life on the Street"), her ex-convict son.

Modern Designs For Better Living
Aired 11~28~99

Kim (Kim Raver), Bobby (Bobby Cannavale) and other paramedics and firefighters converge on an extremely obese woman with a severe heart condition who can't be extricated from her house unless some walls come tumbling down. In addition, the police search for three men who robbed a coffee shop, and Bobby can't help thinking one of them might be his ex-con brother (guest star Jon Seda) as he scours the city in search of him. Yokas (Molly Price) contends with a new domestic problem when her husband Fred's drinking reaches a crisis point. Officer Davis (Coby Bell) takes a personal interest in a street kid during a sting operation on a numbers-running operation. Doc's (Michael Beach) father has a medical condition that turns out to be more than just an accident.

Demolition Derby
Aired 1~10~00

Firefighters, paramedics and police converge on a building that collapses on demolition workers, trapping two brothers-in-law (guest stars J.K. Simmons and David Vadim), and while Doherty (Eddie Cibrian) and Kim (Kim Raver) work feverishly amid the debris, they ignore orders to evacuate -- even though the inevitable final crush is just minutes away. Outside the rubble, paramedic Doc (Michael Beach) massages a victim's heart while Carlos (Anthony Ruivivar) rushes them to the hospital and Officers Yokas (Molly Price) and Bosco (Jason Wiles) clash with a strong-willed TV reporter (guest star Toni Lewis). Earlier, Officers Sullivan (Skipp Sudduth) and Davis (Coby Bell) collar a pint-sized thief (guest star Jade Yorker)

Alont In A Crowd
Aired 1~17~00

Officer Sullivan (Skipp Sudduth) is deeply disturbed by an anonymous suicide victim when he discovers that the despondent single man was his former police pal who was forced to retire and never made a life for himself outside of work -- much like Sully. When a car parked illegally in front of the station causes a fatally late response, an angry Doherty (Eddie Cibrian) physically challenges the obnoxious driver (guest star Danny Mastrogiorgio) who later responds with tragic consequences. Doc (Michael Beach) and Carlos (Anthony Ruivivar) are confronted by an angry Chinese immigrant family when they urge them to take their deathly sick daughter to the hospital. Officer Bosco (Jason Wiles) has problems with his newest girlfriend (guest star Eden Rountree) and later tries to coax a vagrant (guest star Ron McLarty) -- who lives in his rusty but classic 1964 GTO -- to sell him the car. Paramedic Bobby (Bobby Cannavale) still hasn't given up hope that his ex-con brother (guest star Jon Seda) and their embittered mother (guest star Socorro Santiago) can reconcile their differences. At the end of a hard day, Doc gets a pleasant surprise.

Journey To The Himalayas
Aired 1~24~00

Paramedic Bobby (Bobby Cannavale) springs his ex-con brother (guest star Jon Seda) out of another tight jam but fears that he will spin even further out of control. Meanwhile, wide-eyed Officer Davis (Coby Bell) gets an education on the street when he is temporarily assigned to the veteran officer known as the "Candyman" (guest star Wendell Pierce). Elsewhere, Officer Yokas (Molly Price) fears that a concerned mother (guest star Laila Robins) will file improper charges against a mentally challenged young man (guest star Bryan Greenberg) whom she believes sexually assaulted her daughter (guest star Ashley Wolfe) who is also mentally challenged. Doc (Michael Beach) wonders if he's done the right thing in hospitalizing his crotchety, elderly father (guest star Ossie Davis, "Evening Shade") and later ponders what's at stake if he begins a romance with a fellow caregiver. Officer Sully (Skipp Sudduth) arrests an African American hit- and-run driver (guest star Ray Aranha) who killed a white schoolgirl but claims that he drove away for fear of a gathering angry mob. Fireman Doherty (Eddie Cibrian) promises more child support to Kim (Kim Raver) but is stalked by a dangerous loan shark (guest star Harry Goz) who wants his money first.

This Band of Brothers
Aired 2~07~00

Officers Yokas (Molly Price) and Bosco (Jason Wiles) stumble upon a robbery and engage a trio of robbers on a wild running chase and blazing gun battle through the streets that later involves Sully (Skipp Sudduth), Davis (Coby Bell) and the veteran Candyman (guest star Wendell Pierce) -- a pursuit that leaves casualties on both sides. While police search for his brother Matty (guest star Jon Seda, "Homicide: Life on the Street"), a pained Bobby (Bobby Cannavale) tries to convince him to turn himself in for his participation in a deadly theft. Davis demands that his mother (guest star Lonette McKee) tell him the truth about his late father's honesty as a cop while Doc's (Michael Beach) relationship with Dr. Morales (guest star Lisa Vidal) enters a new stage.

32 Bullets And A Broken Heart
Aired 2~14~00

A Valentine's Day shift begins in a hail of bullets as a mysterious gunman kills several people at a gay wedding and later opens fire at another event in the community, prompting angry militants to accuse Officer Bosco (Jason Wiles) and other police of slowing their investigation due to the victims' sexual persuasion. Romance blossoms between Doc (Michael Beach) and Dr. Morales (Lisa Vidal) -- much to the chagrin of his jealous partner Carlos (Anthony Ruivivar). Meanwhile, Kim (Kim Raver) has second thoughts about her evolving relationship with Bobby (Bobby Cannavale) when he eagerly begins making future plans for them. Officers Sully (Skipp Sudduth) and Davis (Coby Bell) argue over booking two young women who stole a car, and complications erupt when Davis learns that one of them is the sole guardian of a street kid (Jade Yorker) whom he previously rescued. Officer Yokas (Molly Price) has a lousy Valentine's Day as problems with her husband (Chris Bauer) intensify.

Officer Involved
Aired 2~21~00

Officers Sully (Skipp Sudduth) and Davis (Coby Bell) rescue a man under attack in an alley, but when Sully injures himself while pursuing the suspects and loses his gun, Davis rounds a corner and mistakenly shoots an African-American man who innocently tried to return the downed officer's gun to him -- igniting a racial furor and a departmental investigation when the good samaritan is paralyzed. Elsewhere, Bobby (Bobby Cannavale) and Kim (Kim Raver) assist a near-frozen young boy who is wedged between two parallel walls in the bitter cold. Officer Bosco (Jason Wiles) asks Officer Yokas (Molly Price) to reconsider leaving her husband if for nothing than the sake of their children. Firefighter Doherty (Eddie Cibrian) delivers a body-blow to Kim when he introduces her to his sexy new cop girlfriend (Eva La Rue).

Nature or Nuture?
Aired 2~28~00

Doc (Michael Beach) clashes with an angry Carlos (Anthony Ruivivar) over identifying a child gangbanger (guest star Bryan Hearne) who threatens them if his wounded brother (guest star Eugene Byrd) does not survive, but Doc's altruistic concerns for the youths may backfire. While in his civvies, Bosco (Jason Wiles) turns the tables on two armed but buffoonish thieves (guest stars James Hanlon and Gordon Joseph Weiss) and actually steals from them -- but the patrol officer squirms and hides when they later enter the stationhouse to file a robbery complaint. Kim (Kim Raver) is concerned about her young son Joey (guest star Kristopher Scott Fiedel) when he breaks the arm of a fellow classmate during a fight. Gambling addict Doherty (Eddie Cibrian) tries to dodge the loan shark enforcers who want all the money he owes them right away -- or else.

Aired 3~30~00

Under the media glare of a gloves-off political debate between Senate candidates Hillary Clinton and Mayor Rudy Giuliani (both unseen), paramedics, firefighters and police teams are assigned to camp out backstage at the hotel as a precautionary action, which prompts debates and squabbles -- particularly between Bosco (Jason Wiles) and Yokas (Molly Price) who each supports a rival office seeker. After the idle crews compare grim notes on the worst accident each has encountered, Doc (Michael Beach) and Carlos (Anthony Ruivivar) argue over the nature of God, while Kim (Kim Raver) is furious when she discovers that her wages have been garnished due to her cash-poor ex-husband Doherty (Eddie Cibiran). However, a more practical Sully's (Skipp Sudduth) biggest challenge is how to finagle a free meal from the snooty sous-chef (guest star Ronald Guttman).

Aired 04-10-00

Firefighter Doherty (Eddie Cibrian) risks life and limb when he volunteers to climb inside the blades of an industrial mixer to rescue a trapped worker (guest star David Anzuelo) while Doc (Michael Beach) demands that medics use all means possible to keep his dying father (guest star Ossie Davis) alive -- even if it goes against the older man's wishes. Officer Yokas (Molly Price), weary of her domestic toil, encounters a successful former classmate (guest star Peter Rini) and toys with the idea of meeting him for a drink after work. The patrolman known as the "Candyman" (guest star Wendell Pierce) returns after rehabilitation but Davis (Coby Bell) accuses him of being crooked after a pimp (guest star Gano Grills) accuses the veteran cop of robbing him. Bosco (Jason Wiles) vows that the cop team will upset the firefighter-paramedic team to reclaim the "Camelot Cup" in their annual basketball grudge match.

Spring Forward Fall Back
Aired 4~17~00

Police, paramedics and firefighters fan out to look for a toddler who wandered off into the streets after a car accident injured her family. Sully (Skipp Sudduth) goes on a search-and-destroy vendetta against the at-large homeless man who cut up his parish priest (guest star James Handy). Officers Yokas (Molly Price) and Bosco (Jason Wiles) encounter a disabled ex-convict (guest star Will Arnett, "The Mike O'Malley Show") who preys on school kids to peddle drugs, but they later act upon the dealer's inside information about a nearby meth-amphetamine lab with startling results. Dr. Morales (guest star Lisa Vidal) makes Doc (Michael Beach) a proposition, while his partner, Carlos (Anthony Ruivivar), receives some unwelcome news from his girlfriend (guest star Samantha Buck).

A Thousand Points of Light
Aired 4~24~00

When a fire engulfs a motel, firefighter Doherty (Eddie Cibrian) risks his life trying to save the mother of two scared young boys (guest stars Johnny Cenicola and Max Ligosh) while Officers Yokas (Molly Price) and Bosco (Jason Wiles) search for the most likely culprit to have started the blaze -- the abusive husband (guest star Edmund Wilkinson). However, paramedic Bobby (Bobby Cannavale) tells his disbelieving partner Kim (Kim Raver) that he suspects her indebted ex-husband Doherty stole a watch from one of the victims. Carlos (Anthony Ruivivar) is on the hot seat when his desperate pregnant girlfriend (guest star Samantha Buck) makes a life-threatening move. On the beat, Officer Davis (Coby Bell) has a laugh at his Sully's (Skipp Sudduth) expense when he sets him up with an online blind date, but they have more important business when they must find a teenaged boy (guest star Jade Yorker) who is armed and looking for the local man (guest star Ezra Knight) who beat his sister. Doc (Michael Beach) and Dr. Morales (guest star Lisa Vidal) take their romantic relationship to a new level.

Just Another Night at the Opera
Aired 5~15~00

Officers Yokas (Molly Price) and Bosco (Jason Wiles) pursue a desperate car thief (guest star Kelly Cole) in a screeching car chase through a parking structure, but when the carjacker becomes temporarily airborne, it's up to Carlos (Anthony Ruivivar) to attempt a rescue from the burning hulk. Later while off-duty, a tuxedo-clad Bosco steps out with his girlfriend (guest star Nahanni Johnstone) and her upscale parents to attend his first hoity-toity opera. Doherty (Eddie Cibrian) has disturbing news for ex-wife Kim (Kim Raver) whose partner, Bobby (Bobby Cannavale), is too concerned to care when he learns about the condition of his missing ex-con brother (Jon Seda, not seen). Meanwhile, Officer Davis (Coby Bell) enjoys a rare chance to drive the patrol car until his partner, Officer Sullivan (Skipp Sudduth), is flagged down by the crooked cop Candyman (guest star Wendell Pierce) who has another illegal venture in mind. Back at the station, Carlos is called in and chastised by his superiors when his vengeful pregnant girlfriend, Vangie (guest star Samantha Buck), gives them a blistering earful about him.

Young Men and Fire...
Aired 5~22~00

In the season finale, one wild day becomes a constant death-defying act for Doherty (Eddie Cibrian) as he attempts to rappel down a fiery 25-story building to rescue Doc (Michael Beach) and Carlos (Anthony Ruivivar), and hours later, the paramedics return the favor when Doherty is gravely wounded and fights for his life. It's a rollercoaster ride for his anxious ex-wife, Kim (Kim Raver), as well, as she rushes to his side, mindful of his spoken desire earlier that day to re-kindle their romance. On other streets, Officers Sully (Skipp Sudduth) and Davis (Coby Bell) join fellow cops Yokas (Molly Price) and Bosco (Jason Wiles) in a footchase to find Doherty's deranged shooter (guest star Tom Gilroy). Meanwhile, Davis must decide whether to remain a cop or study law.