Cool direction the show is taking? Will the fire house crew stay together, or is this the beginning of the end?
I would imagine it probably won't happen, given the show was renewed for Season 4, however, it's interesting to see how this plays out.
Loved the scene where Mike was outted.
Edit: Artie Lange revealed on Stern today that he filmed a scene for an upcoming episode of Rescue Me yesterday. I'm not sure when it will air, Artie hasn't said anything yet, but I would imagine their still shooting for this season. Appently Artie plays the cousin of a fireman who dates a hot nun. So look out for that. Artie also believes this may be a recurring role. First Entourage and now Rescue Me, Artie is starting to invade all my favorite shows.
Unless they're planning a big jump in time we probably won't find out about Janice's kid this season, since they can't test for DNA at this stage. (I'm not sure if they can do it at all prior to birth. Checking the amniotic fluid may not score any cells from the child, and you don't do something as risky as a needle biopsy on a pregnant woman just to get DNA results a few months early. But I'm certainly no expert in these matters, I just seem to recall having read something along those lines.)
Now we have to find out if Sheila and Angie are knocked up, since clearly none of them was real concerned about practicing safe sex.
(Speaking of which, shouldn't we be hearing more about Tommy's little STD?)
Yeah, it's coming up. Entourage is currently filming the second half of Season 3. They're talking a mid season break and coming back in January. Artie's stuff will show up in Season 3 part 2.
Rescue Me shots a lot faster, according to an interview I read with Leary this week, they're just finishing up this seasons finale now. So Artie will probably be in next week's episode or maybe the finale.
As for this week - all I can say is wow. Shit really hit the fan. Kinda saw the Johnny hit coming, but I feel bad about the Chief.
BTW, can my user name be changed to 'Namath Gavin'. What an awful name, hahaha.
I definitely laughed louder and more often in this episode than in any other this season, and maybe for the whole run of the series. The ending was not only a shocker, it felt like a scene from a whole different show (a dark, gritty cop drama.) With the dark lighting I didn't recognize Johnny at first, and for a second I thought the cat had stepped on the remote and switched channels on me.
I actually hit the "info" button to make sure I was still watching Rescue Me on FX. Wow.
And this wasn't even the season-ending cliff-hanger. What do they have planned for that? Nuclear war?
Pretty good episode featuring some zany twists and turns. Johnny's funeral turned into something nutty, but it's how it had to be. Glad to see Jerry made it. Natalie gives Franco a timeout after seeing how much she resembles Kayla.