Third Watch

Season 2 Episode 18

Honor

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Aired Thursday 9:00 PM Apr 16, 2001 on NBC
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The firefighters take on a rival firehouse for touch football bragging rights; Brooke files for divorce; Jimmy worries that he may be a father again.

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    Coby Bell

    Coby Bell

    Ty Davis Jr.

    Michael Beach

    Michael Beach

    Doc Parker (Episodes 1-103)

    Bobby Cannavale

    Bobby Cannavale

    Bobby Caffey (Episodes 1-38)

    Eddie Cibrian

    Eddie Cibrian

    Jimmy Doherty (Episodes 1-101)

    Molly Price

    Molly Price

    Officer (Now Detective) Faith Yokas

    Kim Raver

    Kim Raver

    Kim Zambrano (Episodes 1-111)

    Jason Sehorn

    Jason Sehorn

    Knowlins

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    Frank Wood

    Frank Wood

     

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    Caralyn Kozlowski

    Caralyn Kozlowski

    Linda

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    Nick Sandow

    Nick Sandow

    Joe Lombardo

    Recurring Role

    John Michael Bolger

    John Michael Bolger

    Lt. Johnson

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    Eva LaRue

    Eva LaRue

    Brooke Carney

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      • Taylor: Look, it's really none of my business, but you might wanna re-think being alone with Linda.
        Jimmy: You're right. It's none of your business.
        Taylor: Jimmy... (follows him as he walks to the bathroom to shower)
        Jimmy: You're gonna need a towel if you're gonna shower with me.
        Taylor (rolls her eyes): Why do I even bother?
        Jimmy: Alright. You wanna know? Linda came to tell me that... the baby might be mine, she just wanted to give me a heads up.
        Taylor: What are you gonna do?
        Jimmy: Well, I'm sure as hell not gonna tell him.
        Taylor: You don't think that she will?
        Jimmy: She says she loves him. I don't think she wants to mess that up.
        Taylor: You better tell him first.
        Jimmy: No... I almost lost my best friend. I am not taking that chance again.

      • Brooke: What do you want, Jimmy?
        Jimmy: I thought that we should talk.
        Brooke: About what?
        Jimmy: I love you.
        Brooke: Oh, don't even say it.
        Jimmy: But I do.
        Brooke: Oh, just shut up, Jimmy. (starts to cry) Damn it.
        Jimmy: Brooke... Hey, I want-- I want us to be together.
        Brooke: No!
        Jimmy: Look, I made a mistake, I know that.
        Brooke: Look, I um... I called a lawyer.
        Jimmy: No, no, no look, listen, I'm sorry.
        Brooke: He said that since we weren't together for very long, it should be no big deal.
        Jimmy: I promise, Brooke. I promise you...
        Brooke: I don't want anything from you, I don't expect anything, no alimony--- I just the apartment was mine before we got together so I want to keep it.
        Jimmy: Look, this won't happen again, okay?
        Brooke: I'm gonna-- I'm gonna have him send you the papers. It's just, uh, just sign them, Jimmy. Please, just sign 'em.

      • Jimmy (voiceover): In the movie Jerry Macguire Tom Cruise woke up in the middle of the night and made a mission statement. Decided that his life was out of control, and in order to get it back under control, he needed a plan. I think that's what I need, too-- a mission statement. A plan. My plan includes doing everything I can to make up for the way I've hurt the people I love the most.

      • Lombardo: The gun is working today.
        Walsh: Yeah, but the game's tomorrow.

      • Taylor: Doc says dinner's almost up.
        Lombardo: Few minutes, ma.

      • Jimmy: You get lost Knowlins? I know the streets here, they get very confusing with all the big numbers and stuff.
        Knowlins: We're on our way back from fightin' a real fire.
        Lombardo: Why don't you try gettin' the hell away from our house?
        Knowlins: We're tryin' to be nice here. We brought some things for after the game tomorrow. (hangs Jimmy a bucket) A little Ben Gay for those broken ol' bodies, a little box of tissues for the tears, and a telescope so you can see us down the field as we get further and further away.
        Jimmy: Whoa, whoa, what are you doin'? You can't give us your telescope, man. How are you gonna find your Johnson when you're takin' a leak?
        Knowlins: My Johnson? How do you think I learned how to wrestle hose?
        DK: I thought you learned how to wrestle tryin' to keep your wife home.

      • (they are using food to figure out plays to use in the game)
        Lombardo: So, we do a fake end-around. Jimmy's here... DK's here...
        DK: So I'm the ziti noodle?
        Carlos: Well, at least you're not a piece of garlic bread.
        Lombardo: This is not you. This is garlic bread. (they all laugh)
        Carlos: Alright. Where am I?
        DK: You're nowhere.
        Carlos: What, Taylor's playing and I'm not?
        Doc: It's fire against fire. I don't get to play either.
        Carlos: Aw, come on, guys. You know, I can play.
        DK: We could use some cheerleaders.
        Lombardo: Alright, I drop back, Jimmy comes off the line. I flip it back to him, I run out to the flank and... bingo.
        Doc: Come on, that razzle-dazzle stuff never works.
        DK: That's why we lost the last four games.
        Lombardo: You got somethin' better?
        Taylor: Why don't we overload the one side, and send Jimmy on the fly?
        Walsh: My future wife speaks. Honey, take the noodle and show the chumps how to play.
        Lombardo: Jimmy, we're workin' on a game plan.
        Jimmy: Yeah, I'm gonna grab a shower first.
        Taylor: You guys work out what we're gonna wear tomorrow and when I get back we'll plan some strategy.

      • Lombardo: Do I snore?
        Jimmy: What?
        Lombardo: Ever since I moved in, Linda's been sayin' that I snore. I think it's a load of crap. DK just kicked me said I woke him up.
        Jimmy (laughs): Yeah, yeah, you snore.
        Lombardo: Come on. Do I really?
        Jimmy: Like a foghorn. What are you talkin' 'bout? Ask anyone in the squad.
        Lombardo: The whole squad knows?
        Jimmy: I'm sure the whole neighborhood knows.

      • (Jimmy gets hit in the football game)
        Taylor: You all right?
        Jimmy: Can't we discuss this next Tuesday when I can breathe again?

      • (watching from inside, Lombardo and Linda fighting outside)
        Taylor: Ooh, I would never let a guy point his finger in my face like that.
        Carlos: Somebody better get this girl some boxing gloves.
        Doc: Why is everything in here an extension of the first grade?
        Jimmy: What's goin' on?
        Walsh: Lombardo's getting chewed out.
        Carlos: At least it's got nothing to do with you this time, huh? (Lombardo sees them watching him)
        Lombardo (walks back into the house): If I knew you were all that interested in my domestic squabbles, I'd have tried to see tickets.

      • Lombardo: Another Lombardo tradition. First kid's always a boy.
        Walsh: And if it isn't?
        Lombardo: Then I hope she can play football like Taylor here.

      • Doc (at a call): You coming?
        Carlos: No man, I'm tired. I hung out all night. I'll be out if it's something big.

      • Jimmy: Thanks for coming after me.
        Lombardo: That's what we do.

      • Lombardo (about Knowlins): I hate that jerk.
        DK: I can't wait to get a shot at that guy.
        Taylor: Yeah, me first.
        Lombardo: Ooh, Alex.
        Taylor: What, you think after that I'm not gonna play tomorrow?
        Jimmy: Can you rush the quarterback?
        Taylor: Yeah, no problem.
        DK: You do know what that means?
        Taylor: You want me to knock you on your ass right now and show you?
        Lombardo: Whoo-hoo, keep that chip on your shoulder.
        Walsh: Would you marry me?
        DK: We can get kinda rough out there.
        Taylor: Yeah, yeah.

      • Lombardo: This has gotta be the last play.
        Walsh: Alright, you wanna sit on it and go for the tie?
        Taylor: Oh, please don't tell me I got my ass kicked for a tie!
        Jimmy: All right, in honor of Alex, let's just go for the win.

      • Jimmy (voiceover): Life's not about hanging onto someone because you care about them. Sometimes, if you care about someone, you have to let them go. Three firefighters died that night. Some of them I knew, some of them I had never met. Some went back into an inferno to try and find me and never came out. They didn't ask if I was a good guy before going in. I think my mission statement starts with living everyday of the rest of my life like I deserve what those men did for me.

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