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Rescue Me

"Bitch"

Sheila asks Tommy to talk her teenage son out of becoming a fireman; Franco's blind date backfires on him; Tommy proves to his hockey teammates he hasn't gone soft.  (Repeat)

Tue 7/14 2:00 AM  FX
Duration: 1 hour
Rated: TV-MA
Drama

Cast:
Denis Leary, James Mccaffrey, Andrea Roth, Michael Lombardi, Jack Mcgee, Steven Pasquale, Daniel Sunjata, John Scurti

Crew:
Peter Tolan (Executive Producer), Jim Serpico (Executive Producer), Kerry Orent (Producer), John Fortenberry (Director), Jace Alexander (Director), Adam Bernstein (Director)

7/7/15
02:00 AM
"Rebirth"  Tommy finds a way to rekindle his relationship with Janet; Franco enlists the crew's help in order to win Laura back; Tommy questions his faith.  (Repeat) FX
7/11/15
04:00 AM
"Brains"  Tommy, Johnny and Mickey are witness to a terrible tragedy; Tommy becomes upset when Janet doesn't take care of an important errand; Sheila turns to Tommy for help in her relationship.  (Repeat) FX
7/14/15
02:00 AM
"Bitch"  Sheila asks Tommy to talk her teenage son out of becoming a fireman; Franco's blind date backfires on him; Tommy proves to his hockey teammates he hasn't gone soft.  (Repeat) FX
Rescue Me

Premise
New York firefighter Tommy Gavin is a hot mess. He talks to his cousin, Jimmy, who died at the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001, and he's seeing ghosts of other victims, too. Spotlighting Denis Leary as Gavin, a temperamental alcoholic whose self-destructive behavior has cost him his family, the series revolves around the daily drama associated with being a firefighter in post-9/11 New York, and how the men of 62 Truck use dark humor to color their true feelings.

Current cast
Denis Leary as Tommy Gavin
Andrea Roth as Janet Gavin
Michael Lombardi as Mike Silletti
Steven Pasquale as Sean Garrity
Daniel Sunjata as Franco Rivera
John Scurti as Lt. Kenny ``Lou'' Shea
Adam Ferrara as Chief ``Needles'' Nelson
Callie Thorne as Sheila Keefe
Larenz Tate as Bart
Jack Mcgee as Chief Jerry Reilly

Program data from Tribune Media Services, Inc.