Third Watch

Season 3 Episode 21

Two Hundred and Thirty-Three Days

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Aired Thursday 9:00 PM May 06, 2002 on NBC
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Two Hundred and Thirty-Three Days
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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.moreless

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    Coby Bell

    Coby Bell

    Ty Davis Jr.

    Michael Beach

    Michael Beach

    Doc Parker (Episodes 1-103)

    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)

    Anthony Ruivivar

    Anthony Ruivivar

    Carlos Nieto

    Veronica Hamel

    Veronica Hamel

    Beth Taylor

    Guest Star

    Bruce Weitz

    Bruce Weitz

    Mike

    Guest Star

    Ed Marinaro

    Ed Marinaro

    Tommy

    Guest Star

    Roy Scheider

    Roy Scheider

    Fyodor Chevchenko

    Recurring Role

    Savannah Haske

    Savannah Haske

    Tatiana

    Recurring Role

    Nick Sandow

    Nick Sandow

    Joe Lombardo

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      • Faith: How are your lungs doing?
        Bosco: I'm okay.
        Faith: Are you getting 'em checked regularly?
        Bosco: For what?
        Faith: From all that junk that you inhaled.
        Bosco: It's in there, there's nothing to do about it. The doctor said to come back if I had trouble breathing again.
        Faith: The city should be doin' more.
        Bosco: Like what? Half of lower Manhattan inhaled the same stuff that I did.
        Faith: Yeah, well, at least they could let us know what was in it. The EPA tested it.
        Bosco: I'd rather not know.

      • Kim: You know, I never met your dad but from what I hear, he was a hell of a guy. … I mean, if half the stories are true, he was a great fireman. He must've been proud when you joined the department.
        Taylor: Well, he wanted my brother Adam to take the test, but um… Adam (chuckles) didn't want anything to do with it. So, I stepped in to carry on the family tradition.
        Kim: That takes guts. What's he doin' now?
        Taylor: He's a nurse.
        Kim: A nurse… really?
        Taylor: In Houston.
        Kim: Wow. He turned down be a firefighter to go to nursing school. That must've really lit up your dad.
        Taylor: Not as much as the gay thing.
        Kim: Wow… how'd your dad deal with that?
        Taylor: Not well at first. He got over it.
        Kim: Well, people surprise you.

      • Carlos: Well, it's good that they found him, right?
        Taylor: Everyone else seems to think so. I'm not so sure. You know, I was hoping it would end this whole limbo thing, but I don't know. I knew my dad dead. But somehow it just… it just didn't seem real before. Like I could pretend that he was only missing, but now we're gonna bury him in two days and it'll all be over. All the waiting, and the crying and the people over the house all the time. He'll be gone and we'll just have to live the rest of our lives without him.

      • Sully: So?
        Davis (after he asked around about Tatiana): She's been waiting tables here for a couple months. He says he hasn't seen her for a few days.
        Sully: And? Come on, Ty.
        Davis: Well, he said, uh, that her name's Natasha.
        Sully: Natasha?
        Davis: Natasha Gurin. He said that she was always really nice to him but he tried to keep away from her because she was in real tight with the owner. He supposed to be this real bad ass type of guy. He said he saw him beat some bartender half to death with a baseball bat a couple weeks ago when he caught him skimming. He's a… Russian guy.
        Sully: Chevchenko.

      • Beth (at the funeral): I have prayed for this day, and I have dreaded this day. I didn't want him left there. And I thank God… for giving him back to us a simple joy so many families will never get to experience. To all of you that he served with, I know that if he were here he would like you to know how proud he was to have been a New York City firefighter. How privileged he felt to have worked alongside you.

      • Sully: You stay away from my family.
        Chevchenko: Stay away from mine.
        Sully: I won't ask you again. We're not finished, you and me. (walks off)

      • Lt. Johnson: Taylor!
        Taylor: Yeah?
        Lt. Johnson: They think they found your father.

      • Faith: The criminal justice system is really screwed up.
        Bosco: You just figured that out?
        Faith: I mean, a judge says a few wrong words and this bastard's back out on the street.
        Bosco: We could shoot him. Dump 'em in the river. Nobody would miss him.
        Faith: Some days I really feel like we're wasting our time out here.
        Bosco: Some days.
        Faith: I mean O.J slaughters two people and he's playin' golf in Florida.
        Bosco: Found innocent by a jury of his peers. (about Frisker) So, what's the plan? We gonna follow him around for a little while, hope he does something stupid?
        Faith: Oh, he's gonna do something stupid. This idiot crawled up out of the primordial ooze of the shallow end of the gene pool. Lawyers-- they all think it's a game. You know, everything in the abstract. Some judge upstate reviewing jury instructions? I mean, it's just words on a page, you know? He didn't have to walk into that apartment and see the scared look on that old woman's face duct taped to her bed.

      • Uncle Mike: Should just leave that big, ugly assed hole so people remember.
        Woman: Like anybody could forget.

      • Uncle Mike (about Taylor): How's my girl?
        Beth Taylor: Oh, she's fine. Stop feeling her up.

      • Davis (as Sully is asking around about Tatiana outside of a club): You look like a cop. A cop or a pervert.

      • Faith: You ate all the fries?
        Bosco: I didn't think you wanted any.
        Faith: Both bags?
        Bosco: I thought you were dieting.
        Faith: I'm eating a cheeseburger!
        Bosco: You want me to go back and get more? I will.
        Faith: Forget it. I just wanted a couple.
        Bosco: A couple?
        Faith: Yeah, I didn't want a whole bag. I just wanted like, one or two. Bosco (digs in the bag and pulls out a couple): Here.
        Faith: I don't want that.
        Bosco: Why not?
        Faith: 'Cause it's cold, cause it was on the bottom of the bag.

      • Tommy: You know, I'll never get used to it. I always hated them. I thought they were butt ugly and now I miss them. It's hard to imagine.
        Jimmy: It still doesn't feel real to me.
        DK: Me either.
        Taylor: You know, we went there to put a fire out and save people.
        Mike: 233 days.
        Tommy: What?
        Mike: Uh… it's been 233 days since September 11th. I've been to 28 funerals and memorial services, and I should have gone to more, but some days I just couldn't face it. 233 days and in a few weeks it's gonna be over. Everyone and everything that was gonna be found will have been found. Won't be any place else to dig. And then we are just gonna have to walk away. And there will be a park with a marble monument with names that slowly stop seeming like real people. They'll name a junior high school after somebody, but soon enough it will just be us. We will be the only ones who remember. That's what we can do to honor the people we loved and lost. We can be the ones that remember.

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