Rescue Me - Season 3

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Barnes & Noble - Christina Urban
The third season 2006 of FX's hit summer series Rescue Me begins with Tommy Gavin's Denis Leary life coming apart at the seams. After his son was killed by a drunk driver in Season 2, Tommy's ex-wife, Janet Andrea Roth, blamed him for the boy's death and now refuses to speak to him. Tommy's uncle Teddy Lenny Clarke murdered the drunk driver and now sits in prison. And Tommy's father Charles Durning is in failing health. On the ...
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Special Features

5 exclusive featurettes; On-set location tour; Blooper reel; 14 deleted scenes; Rescue Me comedy short; Behind-the-scenes clips
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Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Christina Urban
The third season 2006 of FX's hit summer series Rescue Me begins with Tommy Gavin's Denis Leary life coming apart at the seams. After his son was killed by a drunk driver in Season 2, Tommy's ex-wife, Janet Andrea Roth, blamed him for the boy's death and now refuses to speak to him. Tommy's uncle Teddy Lenny Clarke murdered the drunk driver and now sits in prison. And Tommy's father Charles Durning is in failing health. On the unhealthy romantic side of Tommy's life, he continues his relationship with his cousin's widow, Sheila Callie Thorne, while conducting affairs with his nephew's teacher and his brother Johnny's Dean Winters ex-wife, Angie Marisa Tomei. But Johnny gets revenge when he begins romancing Janet, causing a huge rift between the brothers. Meanwhile, the rest of the firehouse members deal with their own problems: Franco's Daniel Sunjata new girlfriend Susan Sarandon takes his daughter to live with her; "Probie" Mike Mike Lombardi explores his sexuality with his male roommate; Jerry Jack McGee is forced to put his wife into a nursing home; Lou John Scurti loses all his money to a female scam artist and considers suicide; and Sean Steven Pasquale is worried Tommy will find out he's been sleeping with Tommy's neurotic sister, Maggie Tatum O'Neal. This season of Rescue Me is also notable for the amount of controversy the episode "Sparks" generated over a sex scene that many viewers and members of the media -- but not episode co-writer Leary -- considered a rape. Fans can decide for themselves with this 4-disc, 13-episode set.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/5/2007
  • UPC: 043396187030
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  • Source: Sony Pictures
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Sound: Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound
  • Time: 9:31:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 51,850

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Disc #1 -- Rescue Me: The Complete Third Season
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   Episode Selections
      Devil
      Discovery
      Torture
      Sparks
   Special Features
      Behind the Smoke
      Rescue Me Comedy Short
      Location Tour
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         Location 1
         Location 2
         Location 3
         Location 4
         Location 5
         Location 6
         Location 7
         Location 8
         Location 9
      Deleted Scenes
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         "Devil": The Test
         "Devil": Extra Cash
         "Discovery": No Spill Feature
         "Sparks": The Passion
Disc #2 -- Rescue Me: The Complete Third Season
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   Episode Selections
      Chlamydia
      Zombies
      Satisfaction
   Special Features
      Being Denis Leary
      Going to the Gay Place
Disc #3 -- Rescue Me: The Complete Third Season
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   Episode Selections
      Karate
      Pieces
      Retards
   Special Features
      The Bravest Traditions
      Fighting Fires in a Vertical City
      Deleted Scenes
         Play All
         "Pieces": The Munchies
         "Retards": 4 Million Bucks
         "Retards": Goddamn Yankees
Disc #4 -- Rescue Me: The Complete Third Season
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   Episode Selections
      Twilight
      Hell
      Beached
   Special Features
      Season 3 Gag Reel
      Behind the Hose
      Sneak Peek at Season 4
      Deleted Scenes
         Play All
         "Twilight": A Well-Balanced Diet
         "Hell": Prison Beauty Shop
         "Hell": Pick a Team
         "Hell": First Time Ever
         "Hell": Inappropriate
         "Beached": Dead Dog
         "Beached": I'm Sorry
      Previews
         Seinfeld Season 8
         Stranger Than Fiction
         Rocky Balboa
         Meatballs
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      Seinfeld Season 8
      Stranger Than Fiction
      Rocky Balboa
      Meatballs
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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    Denis Leary keeps on improving

    Rescue Me is an exaggerated version of life as a Fire Man. Fire Men have been rated as having the most stressful jobs of all in the world and this series truly shows the stress that these men face. How it affects their personal lives, their mental status and overall character. Denis Leary is hysterical....as well as all the other characters in this series. The raw emotion, hard core lifestyles and overall humor are unmatched! Must see every one of the seasons, as there is not one that is remotely bad:) I guaranteed you will be hooked from the first episode!

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    The firemen of ladder 62 still answering the bell

    While not as good as The second season, the third season of rescue me exponds on what has made the show one of my favorites. The characters are all likeable, even with all their flaws, you begin to wonder if any of the Gavins can make a good decision. One again the writers slam right into controversy (I.E. the hubba balu over the Sparks episode). In short great show, love it.

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