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Doc later takes Alex to task for disobeying Lt. Johnson's order, puts Carlos on the schedule in her place for the double she signed up to work that evening and sends her home to get some rest.
Jimmy and Kim cool down and agree to celebrate Joey's upcoming birthday together, even if it's just for that one day.
Alex goes over to Ty's apartment. Sully tucks in his mother, and Yokas tucks in Charlie. In the last scene, we see Ty holding Alex in the shower.
Janine Sherman Barrois. Alex wants Ty to keep their relationship quiet. When Carlos almost walks in on them, he's so shocked and happy that Ty is straight that he doesn't realize the girl is Alex.
Carlos lets Ty know that Jason Christopher is the one who told him that Ty was gay. Faith finishes her radiation treatments and is in bad shape, but ignores Dr.
Case's advice to take some time off. When everyone notices how sick she looks at the beginning of the tour, she lies and tells them that she caught a bug from her kids.
Later, Sully and Ty are called to rescue a family that has been shot and left for dead in the river.
When they arrive at the scene, the father, Jared McKinley, tells them that they were abducted, robbed, driven to the river and shot.
Hoping to locate some witnesses, Sully and Ty run a check on the license plates of the cars parked along the river and find that one of the cars was registered to McKinley, which makes him their prime suspect in the shootings.
While McKinley is being treated at the hospital, a dispatch about holding him for questioning comes through, which he overhears. McKinley escapes by pushing Doc through a plate glass window and stealing a car parked in the ambulance bay.
Doc pursues him on foot until Sully and Ty drive up to the hospital and begin to follow him. McKinley leads them on a high-speed chase, and evades them when Sully and Ty become involved in a multi-vehicle accident.
Bosco and Faith take up the chase, first by car, and then on foot when McKinley crashes into another car and runs from the scene into a nearby apartment building.
Barely able to keep up, Faith repeatedly asks Bosco to wait for the backup she's requested and collapses on the stairs, forcing Bosco to press on alone.
Bosco finds McKinley behind an open door and they struggle fiercely until McKinley manages to get Bosco's gun and shoot him in the chest.
Faith comes to the open door, tells McKinley that she needs to check on Bosco, and offers to put her gun away if he will put down Bosco's gun.
As he raises Bosco's gun to shoot her, the ESU team on an adjacent roof shoots and kills him. Back at the hospital, Bosco is treated for a broken rib and Faith finally tells him the truth about her cancer treatments.
Doc has been named as one of the finalists in the "Medic of the Year" contest, and is being followed and filmed by a documentary crew from the "Trauma Response" tv show.
The crew is a nuisance to everyone but Carlos, who tries to get on camera as much as he can. At the scene of Sully and Ty's MVA, a young teenager who was a passenger in one of the cars isn't breathing and Kim is having trouble intubating him.
Since they must do something quickly, Doc goes against regulations and removes the boy's cervical collar to do so.
At the hospital, they discover that the boy will recover, but is now a quadriplegic. Later that evening when Doc views the documentary crew's footage of the accident scene, he realizes that he caused the boy's quadriplegia when he removed the cervical collar.
Faith returns to work from a few days off. She apologizes to Bosco for hiding her illness and promises never to shut him out again.
Filled with guilt, Doc begins to second-guess himself on every call. Kim reminds him that Ryan would have choked to death had Doc not removed Ryan's collar and intubated him.
She also tells him repeatedly that everyone makes mistakes, but her words don't seem to have any effect. He begins to visit Ryan daily, clinging to the slim hope that the paralysis may only be temporary.
Doc's prayers are answered one evening when Ryan is able to move his fingers. Kim and Doc treat a junkie whose boyfriend maintains that she was injured in a fall.
When it becomes apparent to them that her injuries were caused by a beating, the boyfriend flees the scene. Soon after they arrive at the hospital, she dies, and the hunt is on for her killer.
With some time on their hands, Bosco and Faith decide to roust some junkies. They make an arrest and bring the perp into the station house, where he collapses.
When Doc and Kim answer this call, they discover that Bosco and Faith's prisoner is the man who beat his girlfriend to death.
Meanwhile a young firefighter, Kyle Prescott, comes into the station house to try out for the squad. The mere sight of him irritates Alex, who is concerned that his presence means that she won't return to firefighting.
Johnson agrees to take her back on the squad and finds a paramedic to replace her. This eases her anxiety about Prescott, and she later engages him in conversation.
He tells her that he worked with her father, and lets her know that her father was very proud of her; she finally softens her demeanor towards him.
While Jimmy watches him play in the park, Joey falls from the monkey bars and breaks his arm. Jimmy takes Joey to the ER and seeks to minimize what's happened to assuage his feelings of guilt.
When Kim finds out about Joey, she becomes very upset, despite being told by Jimmy and Ty and Sully that it's no big deal for a little boy to break a bone.
She considers telling her attorney about the accident, but realizes that children have accidents that can't always be prevented.
The squad is called to a burning house where two children and a baby sitter are trapped. Jimmy and Prescott easily rescue the sitter and the infant, but Jimmy gets trapped by the flames when he attempts to rescue Max, a little boy who is the same age as Joey.
Walsh and D. When Jimmy goes to visit Max in the hospital, his parents are extremely grateful, but Max wants nothing to do with him.
After his shift is over, Jimmy goes to Catherine's house to check on Joey and finds Kim there. He visits briefly then leaves.
As he stands outside, he calls his answering machine on his cell phone and hears a message from his attorney that the judge is going to award him sole custody of Joey.
He looks through Catherine's window with a pained expression on his face as he sees Kim and Joey cuddled up together on the couch. Dave Chameides.
Ryan is now walking during his physical therapy sessions. Carlos decides to take a ride on the fire pole and falls, losing consciousness.
Doc, Kim and Alex bring him to the ER where he is finally awake and combative. Thomas admits him to the hospital for observation and the nursing staff settles a score with Carlos by putting him in a room with Rodger, a drunk he brought in the day before.
Rodger is alternating between screaming, crying, whimpering and non-stop talking -- all at the top of his lungs. He's going through the DTs and can't be sedated, because he admits to being drunk since Jerry insists upon taking him out to dinner, during which Doc opens up to him about removing Ryan's cervical collar.
He admits that he was jealous of all the attention the documentary crew gave Carlos, and wonders if he was playing to the camera when he removed the collar.
Jerry tells him that he did the right thing by saving Ryan's life and to stop visiting him and drawing attention to his unusual interest in his case.
Doc has Kim and Alex partner up for the day, which works out very well. When they go out on a call to treat a man injured in a bar fight and run into Sully and Ty, Kim notices a vibe between Alex and Ty.
When Kim asks her about it later, Alex admits that they're involved. When Tatiana leaves Sully's mother alone for a few minutes to go to the store and get some milk, Mrs.
Sullivan gets a bad burn on her arm. In the ER, Dr. Thomas tells Sully that her injury is severe and may require surgery, and is complicated by her previously undiagnosed diabetes.
He admits her to the hospital and tells Sully that she needs to go to a nursing home when she is discharged.
Sully overcomes his initial anger at Tatiana for leaving his mother alone when he sees how devastated and sorrowful she is over his mother's injury.
Bosco drags Faith along to do surveillance on Charlie B, a drug dealer he has been trying to get off the street. Bosco popped him five times while Faith was out sick, but could never find his stash.
The surveillance pays off and they bring Charlie and the drugs into the stationhouse. Looking for bigger fish to fry, Bosco convinces him to set up his distributor in exchange for getting the charges against him dropped.
Charlie sets up the meet in a parking lot but when the distributor arrives, Bosco is shocked to discover that it's his brother Michael.
Unable to sleep, Carlos wanders the floor and sees Ryan saying goodbye to Jerry Mankowitz. After Jerry leaves, Carlos tells Ryan that they worked together until Jerry was shot on the job; Ryan reveals that Jerry is now working as a private investigator for his personal injury attorney.
In his ongoing quest to join the SWAT team, Bosco befriends an embittered but wily squad veteran, Glen Hobart, who instructs him in the art of distance shooting.
When Hobart's emotional problems cause him to lose control, Bosco must endure his mentor's self-destructive tendencies. Meanwhile, Carlos is repulsed when he learns about Alex's sexual relationship with Ty.
The cops search for an armed and drug-addled thief, and Faith's latest scary incident on patrol prompts her to ponder taking the test to earn a desk job as a sergeant.
Hurt and betrayed, Doc confronts Jerry Mankowitz for tricking him into confiding vital information about a pending malpractice suit by not revealing that his old partner is now working as an attorney's investigator.
Doc later responds to an emergency involving a near-frozen, comatose elderly woman trapped in ice and in doing so, is reminded that his job is worth the legal fight ahead.
Meanwhile, Carlos worries that he got the wrong telephone number from his latest romantic conquest, Faith thinks that troubled Bosco has lost his enthusiasm for police work and Jimmy struggles to act as both mother and father to Joey.
Bosco is giving Faith the cold shoulder and he teams up with Ross for patrol. They get a call for a drive by shooting involving C-Note's brother.
Faith teams up with rookie Gusler and they investigate a murder perpetrated by the Russian gangsters where an elderly man witnesses it and in the next episode becomes a victim himself after testifying to the police.
Tatiana's son is admitted to the ER after being beaten by Russian gangsters, and she begs Sully not to confront them. Sully and Davis do so anyway, and get ambushed by C-Note's gang when Davis gets shot.
The police officers sort through the carnage and count their dead in the wake of a shootout between rival gangs.
While Faith tries to interrogate Fyodor Chevchenko, a ruthless Russian mob boss, Sully worries about the severely wounded Ty and regrets causing the incident.
Tatiana chastises Sully for hassling her injured son. Faith worries about Gusler, her ineffective, frightened rookie partner and a weary Doc gets some unexpected good news about his medical malpractice suit.
During the investigation of the gang shootout, the police officers are questioned and presented with evidence which suggests that Ross was killed by friendly fire; Carlos learns that Vangie is dead and that he is the father of the baby her sister leaves at the firehouse; on the first anniversary of Bobby's death, Kim quarrels with Jimmy over her visitation with Joey and confronts a female gang during a call; and Doc is visited by the father of a former patient whose debilitating injury may have been caused by Doc's error during treatment.
Bosco's emotional turmoil escalates when he begins to experience panic attacks and flashbacks, but he denies there's anything wrong.
After he has a panic attack while driving the patrol car and nearly causes a crash, Sully insists that Bosco see his friend Brian O'Malley, a therapist and a former cop.
Bosco angrily resists O'Malley's suggestion that the panic attacks and flashbacks to the incidents with Shaquana Golden, Jared McKinley and Glen Hobart are the result of September 11 post-traumatic stress disorder, and storms out of the counseling session.
His personal crisis comes to a head when he is suspended from duty for a week and ordered into mandatory counseling for punching a suspect already in custody.
Shaken, he visits Faith at home and finally breaks down, relating the horror of watching people fall to their deaths from the Towers, unable to help them, ashamed that his fear left him frozen and unable to go back and help anyone else for several hours.
Carlos starts an open adoption process for Kylie, but fails to follow through on appointments as he becomes more attached to her. Ty pitches in to help with the babysitting, and saves Kylie's life when she suddenly becomes very ill and stops breathing.
Fred invests his hopes for a better future for his family on Faith's passing the sergeant's exam, and reacts angrily when he learns that Faith's preoccupation with Bosco's well-being may have caused her to fail it.
Tatiana is still missing, and Sully continues to search for her while grieving her loss. When he comes upon the body of a six-year-old girl in a box on a curb, he becomes strangely unnerved.
Haunted by this sight and by thoughts of the mistakes he has made recently, he takes the rest of the day off sick, and winds up in a local restaurant where he finds his parish priest.
They ruminate on the nature of guilt, absolution, forgiveness, faith and the intercession of God as they recall the fate of another man who also made mistakes and tried to fix them, and whose life ended tragically at Sully's hand.
Sully finally comes to a place where he can forgive himself and go on with life, and seeks out Davis to once again beg his forgiveness and reaffirm their connection to each other.
Vincent Misiano. Peterson; Faith and Fred are still on uneven ground about the sergeant's exam; in an effort to shake Chevchenko's tree, Faith and Sully execute a clever plan to disrupt the Russian's bookmaking operation, which also opens the door to the possibility of the still-missing Tatiana's return; Bosco is cleared for duty, and he and Faith agree to be partners again as soon as he returns.
This episode concludes a crossover with ER that begins on " Brothers and Sisters ". Sherry Stringfield guest stars as Susan Lewis.
Rescuers find the body of Alex's father, and he is given a hero's burial; Faith and Bosco tail a convicted rapist released on appeal, certain that he will rape again; dissatisfied by Tatiana's explanation of her whereabouts the eight weeks she was missing, Sully investigates further and uncovers some astonishing and heartbreaking facts about his wife; after Chevchenko threatens to kill him if he doesn't roll over on Faith and Sully, Frankie tells Swersky that the raid on Chevchenko's numbers business was a hummer bust, leading Chevchenko to threaten a lawsuit and have another angry confrontation with Sully.
When a blackout strikes the city during a heat wave, Sully prophetically warns the more optimistic Ty that trouble in the streets will swiftly ensue.
After Carlos leaves the ambulance running to keep the bus cool while he and Doc are on calls, the engine catches fire and the ambulance is destroyed.
A wealthy old man confined to his bed by illness offers them a large amount of money to stay with him until his daughter arrives.
Doc insists that they leave to treat others more in need over the protests of Carlos. Bosco arrests a young man, Latrell Griffith, and faces a difficult decision when an immigrant shop owner shoots and wounds a teenage shoplifter.
After Latrell uses his training as a medic to save the boy, a riot breaks out and Bosco, Latrell and the shoplifter barely escape.
Nightfall brings more unrest as the nervous cops try to keep the peace. Faith and Fred are stuck in a elevator when the power goes out.
Faith tries to calm Fred's mounting anxiety about being trapped, and is left helpless when Fred suffers a heart attack.
As the blackout continues throughout the city, the squads face the looting, fires, and riots which occur in its wake.
Battling an angry mob, Sully and Ty rescue an injured man and woman who turn out to be George Hancock, the Chief of Patrol, and his mistress Nancy.
The paper publishes a picture of Ty carrying Hancock from the scene on the front page and hails Ty as a hero cop, much to his disgust.
Against Ty's better judgment, Sully cooperates with the brass in whitewashing Hancock's presence at the scene.
After Nancy collapses at the hospital, she is rushed into surgery, but not before denying Dr. Field's assessment that she's been raped.
Bosco roams the city looking for Faith, and finally tracks her down just as Faith manages to carry Fred out of the building after rescuing him from the elevator.
After they race him to Mercy, an overwrought Faith lashes out viciously and unfairly, first at Proctor and then at Bosco. As painful as her words are to hear, Bosco realizes the truth behind some of them and decides to change his ways, starting with going out to pick up Faith and Fred's kids and bring them to the hospital and later by "losing" the evidence against Latrell and letting him go free so he can stay on the list for paramedic hires.
Sully tells Tatiana that he believes her when she says that she's not the Natasha Guerin on the rap sheet with the four prostitution arrests and that it's all been some kind of big mistake.
Later that evening after she falls asleep, Sully takes her vodka glass, puts it in an evidence bag, and hides it. Doc and Carlos have it out again, and this time it's Doc on the receiving end of a partner's harsh truths.
Scott Williams. An excited Bosco signs up for temporary duty on an elite undercover unit to investigate a gang weapons ring but chafes under the authority of an abrasive female leader guest star Elizabeth Rodriguez while Yokas gets more bad news about Fred's heart problems.
Elsewhere: a distrusting Sully learns more than he wants about Tatiana's sordid past with the Russian mob; Doc is surprised by the news that his ex, Doctor Morales has got married, and Davis is ordered to report to George Hancock, the Chief of Patrol whose life he saved.
The frightened parents of a missing boy seek vengeance against a known child molester in their building while the police desperately search until they think they've found the victim -- but only firefighter Alex can ultimately save him.
Meanwhile, an uneasy Sully reluctantly agrees to help a hated fellow cop in an undercover operation that will exploit his Ukrainian wife's secret connection to a Russian mob boss.
A cavalier Carlos offers to hook up a disinterested Doc with an "older" woman. Peter Ellis. Doherty, riding on his motorcycle, is first to arrive at a multivehicle collision.
Alex is hit by a car. Tatiana goes to see Chevchenko. Chevchenko has Tatiana's son killed. Fred comes home from the hospital.
Davis gets a job offer. Tatiana confronts Chevchenko after arguing with Sully. Sully tries to get revenge on Chevchenko for Tatiana's murder.
Fred helps mend Faith and Emily's souring relationship. Boscorelli is in the supermarket with his mother when a fire starts in the facility.
When everyone is out and the ambulances are there, Bosco is told by Jimmy that he thinks the fire was started by someone, seconds later, Bosco sees someone that smiles while he's watching the fire and he thinks that he is the one who started it.
On their way to go shopping, Faith and Emily stop at a bank to get some money; Faith doesn't like automated teller machines. While they're inside, two men enter with plans to rob it.
The situation goes out of control, and Faith and Emily are taken hostage along with everyone else. Faith manages to sneak a call to , alerting her coworkers to the situation.
Posing as a medic, Bosco manages to get into the bank and kills the two men. The episode ends with a narration from Emily, in which she says she now has some idea of what her mother goes through each day.
Doc and Joy hook up. Miguel White the boy from "To Protect Sully rides with Faith on his first day back at work, and she is put off by his short fuse and bad attitude.
When he leaves a prisoner unguarded and uncuffed, Faith tells him to go home because he's not ready to be back on the job.
Sully gets drunk and goes to his mother's nursing home. Sobbing about Tatiana, he tries to batter down the door when the receptionist won't let him in and she calls the police.
After Hancock arrives on the scene, Sully mouths off to him about Nancy in front of the other officers who are there to take him home.
Bosco is dismayed as he watches Cruz go to the extreme lengths of planting drugs, frightening children, and faking a dying declaration in their attempt to arrest the drug dealer who killed another dealer and tried to kill Miguel; Nancy tells Ty that she's ending her relationship with Hancock, and gives Ty the ammunition he needs to get out from under Hancock's thumb and back to duty at the 55, as well as getting Sully's suspension from duty lifted.
TR Babu Subramaniam. Doc supervises a new paramedic on her first day; Carlos is arrested after a teenaged patient accuses him of molesting her; Bosco and Faith search for an escaped prisoner; Sully and Davis team up with fire and EMS to save construction workers when their scaffold collapses; in the aftermath of the bank robbery, Faith is troubled when Emily asks her how many people she's killed in the line of duty.
Sully's stopped drinking, but his poor attitude remains; Carlos gives his two-week notice; a blizzard blankets the city and the squads are called in early; an understaffed Doc defies orders and puts Carlos back on the street as the squads are kept busy rescuing victims of the storm; Faith's initial wariness about Emily's new boyfriend Eric turns out to be well-founded when he is brought into Mercy after an overdose of Special K, but doesn't remember where he left Emily after she also got high; Faith, Bosco, Sully, Ty, Doc and Carlos go out to search for Emily, and rush her to Mercy after she's found in critical condition; Faith and Fred blame each other for letting Emily go out with Eric.
As Faith waits for Emily to awaken from her coma, she blames everyone but her daughter for the overdose and reflects on the substance abuse problems in her family; after Cruz's sister is brought into the hospital with an overdose, Cruz gets Sully, Ty and Bosco to look the other way on any possession charges and sets off with Bosco to find the location of her supplier's meth lab, where they end up in an inferno when the dealer sets the house on fire; Kim is reluctant to give a statement in Carlos's case because she's feeling pressured to lie to save his career.
As she keeps vigil by Emily's bedside, Faith recalls her first days at the Police Academy and the beginning of her friendship with Bosco; the fire squad rescues Bosco, Maritza, and a very pregnant Linda Barnes from the inferno, but Lettie Cruz succumbs to her drug binge before they can reach her; Emily is released from the hospital and takes responsibility for her overdose; Bosco tracks down Gary Barnes with Linda's help; Maritza and Bosco's relationship goes to a new level when he attempts to comfort her on the loss of her sister; Kim finally testifies before the review board and stands up for Carlos.
Sully hits bottom when Ty washes his hands of the partnership after the former's drinking goes completely out of control; a thief strikes fear in the hearts of the police when he phones in false "officer-in-need-of-assistance" calls to cover his fur store robberies; Faith and Maritza go at it after Maritza's lonesome cowboy tactics nearly gets another cop killed, and Faith is forced to shoot a perp to save Maritza's life after she goes after the perp without backup; Doc has an unpleasant encounter with Joy's father; Faith is disgusted when she finds out about Bosco and Maritza, and Maritza confirms that she put Bosco in front of a lie about a dying declaration to obtain a conviction on a drug dealer; Ty overcompensates for Sully's lack of attention to the job by becoming a "supercop" with an eye on getting a gold shield.
Faith rebuffs Bosco's attempt to apologize for lying to her. The fire squad extricates a driver impaled after crashing into a store.
After Doc makes an impassioned defense of Carlos before the review board, a re-energized Carlos goes back out on the street. Sully's performance on the job continues to decline as he neglects to keep an eye on a woman he was supposed to be guarding and she snatches her critically ill baby from Mercy's E.
After they discover that the woman is mentally ill, Ty takes a multi-story tumble while trying to prevent her from jumping off a roof with the baby.
Faith is stunned when an initially reluctant Emily is eager to continue visiting a drug counselor. Ty catches Sully drinking in the patrol car and seeks advice from a union rep.
Carlos loses his job as part of the department's settlement with the West family. Lee David Zlotoff. In a last-ditch effort to save Sully's life, job, and pension by getting him dried out, Ty and Bosco kidnap him and bring him to a cabin deep in the woods where he hallucinates about the circumstances surrounding the deaths of Tatiana, Chevchenko and Ty's father, and his subsequent descent into alcoholism.
Sully is sober and back on the job. Faith continues to keep a close watch on Emily. A mutual attraction springs up between Kim and a reporter.
Faith and Bosco pursue a man after he steals a bag of money from an overturned armored car involved in a fatal accident. Faith is unable to dissuade Bosco from wanting to hide the cash after the robber drops it, rather than carrying such a heavy load during a foot chase, and is proved right when they return later to retrieve the bag and find that it's been stolen yet again.
Faced with disciplinary action and investigations by the Major Case Squad and IAB, they pound the pavement trying to find the second perp and discover that the accident with the armored car had been staged by one of the guards and his girlfriend.
Maritza ends up stealing the first perp's collar from Faith, which further erodes their relationship. Bosco is jealous when the Major Case Squad detective running the investigation turns out to be Maritza's former boyfriend.
When Nicole's mother refuses to believe that her husband has done anything wrong, Kim implores Melinda to see that her daughter is crying out for help with repeated suicide attempts.
After Nicole convinces Melinda that Anthony is guilty and reveals that her accusations against Carlos were false, Melinda apologizes and withdraws her complaint against Carlos and the city.
Still at odds over trust and honesty issues, Faith and Bosco trade painfully honest barbs and decide to split up.
Carlos is elated when Ty tells him he's being reinstated. Kim is invited to a party by Noble. Noble is arrested through an undercover operation.
He becomes an informant and helps Cruz and Bosco bust a Meth ring. Faith officially requests a new partner. Emily and Faith face off about Eric.
Cruz's desire to find the leader of the Meth ring puts Bosco in an uncomfortable position. Faith tries to improve her relationship with Emily and also gets a new partner, Sasha, at work.
Noble is released and sets up a new date with Kim. Maritza's reckless pursuit of Buford, the meth ring leader triggers a horrific car accident that leads to multiple injuries as well as a massive explosion that severely injures Lt.
Johnson and kills Alex Taylor. Doc and Kim get to the top of the promotion list. Doc's overwhelming guilt and grief over Alex's death leads him to a career decision.
When Bosco insists on arresting Noble and Faith refuses to turn over the gun, Maritza draws on Faith, Bosco and Faith draw on Maritza, and three shots ring out.
Meanwhile, Kim finds out that Aaron is dead, Faith goes into surgery for her wounds, Bosco tells Swersky what happened in the hotel room and then talks to the FBI.
Kim discovers that her former lover was a drug user. A new paramedic starts, who Doc blames for Alex's death because she was covering the paramedic shift the new guy never showed up for.
Bosco tries to get Faith out of trouble for shooting Cruz. Taylor's funeral is held. Yokas clashes with her mother-in-law over her recovery.
Maritza is back on the job, but unhappy that she's back in the bag patrol uniform and handing out parking tickets.
Ty and Sully discover a truck carrying sick illegal aliens and end up scouring the city to track down one of them who escapes after it's determined that the aliens have a highly contagious and potentially fatal disease.
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