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Rescue Me cares between different tones in its fourth season, but the series’ highs outweigh its lows.

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Janet gave birth to a baby boy who she fears Tommy would prefer to her.Tommy is suspected of starting the beach-house fire.Meanwhile, Jerry’s son asks him to be his best man at his commitment ceremony; Franco wants to marry Natalie; Lou and Theresa get distracted in church; and the volunteer firefighter who rescued Tommy from the beach house takes an interest in him.

Tommy confronted her about the beach-house fire.As embarrassing as it is for Tommy, they present a united front to the insurance investigators.Uncle Teddy is released from jail, Colleen runs away with her boyfriend, and Mike’s mother has a death-bed request.

Tommy encounters Colleen’s boyfriend and sparks fly, Jerry learns he flunked his physical and is given a desk job, Uncle Teddy breaks into the apartment of a prison guard and Sheila goes out with the man who pulled her from the beach house.

Tommy’s manhood is called into question after some embarrassing romantic encounters, Sean is confronted about his drinking, Franco is considering asking Natalie to marry him, and Lou is looking for a way to get Bart for the house basketball team.

The firehouse gets a new chief who is rumored to possess a very special gift, Tommy suffers embarrassment during a hockey game against the NYPD, Franco works up the nerve to propose to Natalie, andSheila makes a surprising proposition.

Janet sinks deeper into her depression, Sean learns a secret that Mike has been trying to hide, the new probie holds the guys to their agreement about not doing “probie” work, and Lou and Theresa struggle with their decision to take a break.

A devastating fire has a profound effect on the crew, Tommy wrestles with his feelings about the baby, Troy breaks up with Sheila, Lou makes a tough decision about Theresa, and Sean apologizes to Mike.

Janet plots revenge when she learns what Tommy did with the baby, Franco questions his marriage proposal to Natalie, and Tommy faces his ghosts.He agrees to date Chief Feinberg’s daughter.

TheGavin clan stages an intervention after several disturbing family calls; the mysterious woman from the restaurant leaves Tommy wanting more; Janet must take matters into her own hands to get her baby back; and a depressed Mike calls Tommy in a moment of despair.

Sean is not welcome at the first AA meeting since he doesn’t drink enough and Tommy learns disturbing things about his childhood from his father.

Janet gave birth to a baby boy who she fears Tommy would prefer to her.Tommy is suspected of starting the beach-house fire.Meanwhile, Jerry’s son asks him to be his best man at his commitment ceremony; Franco wants to marry Natalie; Lou and Theresa get distracted in church; and the volunteer firefighter who rescued Tommy from the beach house takes an interest in him.

Tommy confronted her about the beach-house fire.As embarrassing as it is for Tommy, they present a united front to the insurance investigators.Uncle Teddy is released from jail, Colleen runs away with her boyfriend, and Mike’s mother has a death-bed request.

Tommy encounters Colleen’s boyfriend and sparks fly, Jerry learns he flunked his physical and is given a desk job, Uncle Teddy breaks into the apartment of a prison guard and Sheila goes out with the man who pulled her from the beach house.

Tommy’s manhood is called into question after some embarrassing romantic encounters, Sean is confronted about his drinking, Franco is considering asking Natalie to marry him, and Lou is looking for a way to get Bart for the house basketball team.

The firehouse gets a new chief who is rumored to possess a very special gift, Tommy suffers embarrassment during a hockey game against the NYPD, Franco works up the nerve to propose to Natalie, andSheila makes a surprising proposition.

Janet sinks deeper into her depression, Sean learns a secret that Mike has been trying to hide, the new probie holds the guys to their agreement about not doing “probie” work, and Lou and Theresa struggle with their decision to take a break.

A devastating fire has a profound effect on the crew, Tommy wrestles with his feelings about the baby, Troy breaks up with Sheila, Lou makes a tough decision about Theresa, and Sean apologizes to Mike.

Janet plots revenge when she learns what Tommy did with the baby, Franco questions his marriage proposal to Natalie, and Tommy faces his ghosts.He agrees to date Chief Feinberg’s daughter.

TheGavin clan stages an intervention after several disturbing family calls; the mysterious woman from the restaurant leaves Tommy wanting more; Janet must take matters into her own hands to get her baby back; and a depressed Mike calls Tommy in a moment of despair.

Sean is not welcome at the first AA meeting since he doesn’t drink enough and Tommy learns disturbing things about his childhood from his father.

All Critics 11, Top Critics 9, Fresh 10, and Rotten 1.

At its core, it’s a funny, rowdy, poignant and entertaining chronicle of the emotional turmoil that goes on in the lives of a group of firehouse characters.

Rescue Me starts out this year by placing more emphasis on the humor, even though the juxtaposition of harsh drama and dark comedy is as seamless as ever.

One of Rescue Me’s biggest shocks to date can be found in the last seconds of Episode 3.The series is not on fire all the time, but it hasn’t cooled its jets yet.

Rescue Me talks openly about how women emasculate men.Rescue Me loses out on opportunities to deepen its story because women exist on the show to frighten men.

Rescue Me often misses the impossible.That kind of understanding of art and its mission is impressive.

The comedy is as strong as ever, but the series filled with repeat offenders can’t kick its own worst habit: unnecessary melodrama.

Rescue Me genuinely cares for its weird characters and plot deviations because daytime serials toss in one-dimensional evil twins or random demonic possessions without a second thought.

The simple fact is that this is a good show, and if the premiere is any judge, the fourth season will be as entertaining as ever.

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