Rescue Me - Season 4

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Overview

It’s another season of challenge and turbulence for Tommy (Denis Leary) and the guys. This season, an arson investigation following the beach house fire targets Tommy; Janet (Andrea Roth) worries that her new baby doesn’t like her; Tommy’s daughter Colleen (Natalie Distler) runs away from home; and a not-guilty verdict is returned in Uncle Teddy’s (Lenny Clarke) manslaughter trial. Also during Season 4 (2007), a beloved character commits suicide, and the crew from 62 Truck is savaged in the press for not being ...
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Overview

It’s another season of challenge and turbulence for Tommy (Denis Leary) and the guys. This season, an arson investigation following the beach house fire targets Tommy; Janet (Andrea Roth) worries that her new baby doesn’t like her; Tommy’s daughter Colleen (Natalie Distler) runs away from home; and a not-guilty verdict is returned in Uncle Teddy’s (Lenny Clarke) manslaughter trial. Also during Season 4 (2007), a beloved character commits suicide, and the crew from 62 Truck is savaged in the press for not being able to save seven children from dying in a tragic fire. Along with the full 13-episode Season 4 run, this set also includes six featurettes, 22 deleted scenes, a gag reel, and more.
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Special Features

Closed Caption; 6 exclusive featurettes; Firehouse (Real Stories From America's Bravest); 22 Deleted scenes; Gag reel; Minidsodes: Married ... With Children - "If Al Had a Hammer"; Starsky and Hutch - "Death Notice"
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 6/3/2008
  • UPC: 043396212633
  • Rating:

  • Source: Sony Pictures
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: Wide Screen
  • Sound: Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound
  • Language: English
  • Time: 9:20:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 37,285

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Disc #1 -- Rescue Me: The Complete Fourth Season
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   Episode Selections
      Babyface
      Tuesday
      Commitment
      Pussified
   Special Features
      Welcome to the Set
      Walking Thru Fire: The Stories of Rescue Me Season 4
      Deleted Scenes
         Play All
         "Babyface" - All the Other Moms
         "Pussified" - Laundry Room
Disc #2 -- Rescue Me: The Complete Fourth Season
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   Episode Selections
      Black
      Balance
      Seven
   Special Features
      This is Not a Drill: Breaking Down "Seven"
      Tools of the Trade
      Deleted Scenes
         Play All
         "Black" - Free at Last
         "Black" - You've Been a Bad Boy
         "Black" - Shave My Head
         "Balance" - Hugs Not Drugs
         "Balance" - Sobriety Sucks
         "Seven" - Adoption
         "Seven" - Saying Goodbye to the Baby
         "Seven" - Lost Cause
Disc #3 -- Rescue Me: The Complete Fourth Season
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   Episode Selections
      Solo
      Animal
      High
   Special Features
      Captains
      Burning Embers: Gavin's Girls
      Deleted Scenes
         Play All
         "Solo" - Mum's the Word
         "Solo" - Maggie's Stuff
         "Solo" - Let's Go For a Spin
         "Solo" - I'm Beth
         "Solo" - Did I Write This?
         "Animal" - Has Anybody Seen Gavin?
         "Animal" - Just Shut Up
         "Animal" - Suicide Attempt
         "High" - Asshole, Victim
      The Shield - The Final Act
Disc #4 -- Rescue Me: The Complete Fourth Season
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   Episode Selections
      Cycle
      Keefe
      Yaz
   Special Features
      Burned Out: Gag Reel
      Firehouse: Real Stories From America's Bravest
      Deleted Scenes
         Play All
         "Keefe" - Pomegranate Vodka
         "Yaz" - My New God
         "Yaz" - Mine
      Minisodes
         Married...With Children: "If Al Had a Hammer"
         Starsky & Hutch: "Death Notice"
      Previews
         The Shield
         Damages - Season 1
         The Tattooist
         Cleaner
         The Shepherd: Border Patrol
         The Counterfeiters
   Previews
      The Shield
      Damages - Season 1
      The Tattooist
      Cleaner
      The Shepherd: Border Patrol
      The Counterfeiters
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Customer Reviews

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Has Rescue Me jumped the shark?

    Having enjoyed the first 3 seasons, I expected more of the same. However, season 4 was a huge disappointment. Character motivation went out the window. Less emphasis on fighting fires, more focus on Tommy's implausible sex life &amp amp quot Except for the episode where he has sex DURING a rescue, as he pulls a woman out of the fire! Tommy gives his newborn son/possible nephew to Sheila, the woman who tried to kill him in a fire in season? This is a ridiculous scenario. Mike the probie remains beyond stupid how did he even make it into the department? The big reveal that both his parents were gay made no sense. Plus there was no follow-up. Franco's women troubles have become tedious. Sean's assertion that he's an alcoholic, just so he can remain in the Gavin family is insulting. More fires, less implausible sex scenarios. I will be skipping the mini-sodes.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

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    Tommy and the boys at station 62 continue to amuse with their troubles with opposite sex, children and each other. It mixes both the funny and the sad together. Leary who gets way to much talent if you know what I mean, is great in his role and in a strange twist of fate Tatum O'Neal plays his sister who has a substance abuse problem. I recommend it to any Leary fan and I say rent one from the local video and you may get hooked like I did.

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