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Carlos offered to pay for an abortion, but Vangie merely told him he "wouldn't have to worry about it anymore. Carlos fell for his daughter at once and wanted to keep her, but in the end, he realized he could not give her a family like he'd always wanted, so he put her up for adoption.

She was adopted by the Kenney family in an open adoption, meaning Carlos still sees his daughter regularly.

In , Carlos was suspended after allegations that he had abused a teenage girl, Nicole West, in the ambulance. It had been a simple, accidental touch for which he had apologized to her straight-away, but no one at the firehouse, apart from Doc, believed him.

Carlos offered to resign, as being dismissed could prevent him from seeing his daughter and could ruin his chances of going to medical school. During a severe snowstorm, Doc put Carlos back on active duty, an action which got Doc into trouble.

As part of the settlement against the West family, Carlos was dismissed. It later turned out that Nicole was really being abused by her stepfather, and was trying to reach out for help by blaming Carlos.

When the truth was revealed, Carlos was reinstated in his job. After that incident was resolved, Carlos decided that being a paramedic was what he really wanted to do, and decided not to go to medical school.

A year later, Carlos found out that his daughter Kylie had a medical condition known as idiopathic aplastic anemia, and that she needed a bone marrow transplant.

He offered his marrow, but he was not a match. This led him to try to find his biological family to save Kylie, and allowed his brother to finally find him.

Christian was a match, and told Carlos of his true origins. After Doc slowly started going insane, which ended up with him shooting Captain Steeper, Carlos was the first to defy his friend and treat Steeper, trusting Doc would not harm him which he didn't.

In the final episode of the series, Carlos proposed to Holly, and after they married, they moved to Staten Island , where they had three children.

He was portrayed by Michael Beach. Doc appeared in the first four and a half seasons, and in the final episode as a cameo.

Doc is the paramedic supervisor at the firehouse and is in charge of everyone else. He's one of the best paramedics in the city, but often takes the job too seriously and lets his emotions get in the way.

Doc will take the blame for many incidents, even if they were not directly his fault. Doc is quite possibly the most conflicted character in the entire series, dealing with many traumatic events and occurrences from his past as well as during the course of his time on the show.

As a youngster, he accidentally killed his best friend over a girl, something that would come back and haunt him in the future.

After high school, Monte spent four years at City College , studying business and administration. After graduating, he spent 2 years selling stereos before switching to office suppliers.

Bored, Monte considered joining the Air Force , but was turned down due to poor eyesight. He acquired the nickname 'Doc' and was partnered up with Jerry Markowitz; the two regarded themselves as brothers.

Jerry helped Doc overcome the death of his wife Debra, who was killed in a boating accident in Doc and Debra's last words to each other had been an argument.

In rookie Carlos Nieto joined the paramedics, and on this day Jerry was shot. Carlos became Doc's partner, but Doc considered him temporary until Jerry got back.

When he found out that Jerry was taking permanent retirement on disability pay, Doc took the news hard. Carlos then became his permanent partner, but the two had very different styles and more than once, Carlos thought about getting a transfer.

They also competed for the affections of ER doctor Sara Morales, eventually Doc "won" - she was the first woman since his wife died with whom he felt comfortable, and the two began a relationship.

Doc's father John, a widower like his son, took an overdose of his medication and Doc and Sara managed to save him. What looked like a simple accident was soon revealed to be deliberate - John Parker's quality of life was slipping away and he wanted to die.

Eventually, Doc helped his father to die. Doc and Sara later broke up in when she accepted a job in Philadelphia and he wished to stay in New York.

Doc was nominated for "Paramedic Of The Year" in , but was caught on camera he was being filmed by a documentary crew performing medical procedures that almost paralyzed a young man.

Doc felt guilty over this. Later, when an explosion killed Alex Taylor and Lt Johnson , Doc took the news very badly as his guilt increased.

He accepted a promotion to a desk job, but was demoted back down to normal paramedic after beating up the guy whom Alex had replaced on the day she died.

Doc left the series in when a new captain was assigned to the firehouse, replacing Jimmy Doherty. The new captain had a reputation for closing down firehouses.

Doc snapped and shot him. He intended to hold him hostage for the length of time it would take a paramedic to reach the neighborhood if the station was shut down.

It soon become apparent that the true cause of Doc's actions, in addition to the sum of all the painful and traumatic events in his life, was his inability to deal with the horror of the September 11, terrorist attacks , even three years later.

He was portrayed by Skipp Sudduth. John Sullivan was born in New York in He has a sister, Fran, who later moved to Orlando, Florida with her now ex-husband Mike.

The two men eventually became partners and were like brothers. Ty Sr however was in with a group of corrupt cops, including Cathal Finney , who discovered that Ty Sr was planning to turn the others in.

CT arranged for Ty Sr to be murdered to silence him. This hit Sully a lot, he stopped going to church after this day and described as "the worst day of his life.

Sully went through a few other partners, including one who would later accuse him of falsifying evidence, and another who committed suicide after being forced to retire.

In , he acquired a new partner in Tyrone Davis, Jr , the son of his first partner. Although initially reluctant to take Ty Jr on, the two men soon bonded and became firm friends.

A year later, Sully met his new neighbor, Tatiana, who was Ukrainian. They fell in love and started dating, but Sully was shocked by the sudden appearance of her son Sergei, whom she had not mentioned beforehand.

Sully did not know that Tatiana was really called Natasha and worked for a Russian mob boss, Fyodor Chevchenko. The two were set to marry on September 11, in Atlantic City but the day's events caused the wedding to be postponed.

They eventually married , with Ty as best man, in New York on October 1. A few months after their marriage, Sergei was beaten up by Chevchenko's men.

Sully, with Ty, went to see Chevchenko causing Ty to get shot. Sully felt guilty at this, and Tatiana was not happy with Sully for interfering.

She later left Sully, returning two months later claiming to have been with relatives upstate. In reality, she had been working at Chevchenko's club.

In retaliation, Sully murdered Chevchenko. The loss of his family caused Sully to drink, and eventually he became an alcoholic.

Ty, worried about his partner, reported him to the union. Sully later begged Ty for help - a few days later, Ty, Bosco and Doc took Sully up to a cabin to dry out.

Sully said some hurtful things to each of them, but with their help overcame his drinking problem and returned to work.

Sully urged her to tell him about it, but she miscarried. In the final episode, Sully decided to retire, since he had always worked at the 55 and did not want to work at another precinct.

He now owns a cabin by a lake, where he spends his time fishing. Alexandra 'Alex' Taylor is a fictional character played by actress Amy Carlson on the television series Third Watch , between and , during its second, third, and fourth seasons.

She was the only Third Watch character to serve as both a firefighter and a paramedic. Alex was always a tomboy who, according to her mother, always followed her father around, doing whatever he did.

Despite being the only female on the squad, she fit in well with "the guys. She was a firm believer in things being "wrong" or "right" and thus, sometimes couldn't see a middle ground.

She loved her family deeply, but often worried that she wasn't good enough to please her father, and wanted to make him proud which he was anyway. Although it appeared she was "always looking sad" and whined a bit, she cared deeply about anyone she saved, whether as a medic or a firefighter.

From a young age, Alex wanted to be a firefighter like her father, Angus, and played with toy fire trucks rather than Barbies. Her brother, Adam, became a nurse, leaving Alex free to follow the family tradition.

Alex graduated from the fire academy and received from her father a Saint Florian medallion, one of her prized possessions.

She sued him for sexual assault, but lost the case and thus asked to be transferred to another firehouse. Arriving at the 55 as a firefighter, it was revealed she used to be a paramedic before "moving up" to the fire squad, and often worked as a medic during her time at the Alex soon settled in, originally being treated as a "girly" girl before the others found out what she was really like.

Despite the initial tension between her and Jimmy over the Danny Gamble case, they became friends after Jimmy found out what Gamble was really like.

Alex took his death very hard, and spent all her free time down at "the pile" helping the rescuers. This eventually led Lieutenant Johnson to move her to the paramedic side of the squad, where she rode with Kim Zambrano , as he did not want to lose "another member of his squad.

Being the only women in the firehouse, the two developed a strong friendship but, despite this, Alex wanted to return to firefighting.

She was annoyed when a new firefighter, Prescott, arrived, fearing he'd take her place in the squad. It turned out that Prescott knew of Alex, as he worked with her father soon after joining up.

He received a hero's burial, and Alex returned to firefighting not long afterward. Alex started dating Ty Davis during the show's third season after he comforted her over the death of her father.

They kept the relationship secret, but eventually, Ty realized they didn't have enough in common to keep a relationship going. After ending up in the hospital due to being shot, he introduced Alex to his mother as a "friend" rather than a girlfriend.

In , Alex was severely injured in a car crash and, though she recovered and returned to work, she met her end a year later.

A new paramedic named Eugene had not turned up for work, so Alex was asked to work the shift instead. While comforting an injured couple in a car accident, the car she was sitting in exploded, literally blowing her in half.

She died moments later in Carlos' arms, her final request was for him to tell her Mother "it didn't hurt"; he honored her by including it in his eulogy of her at her funeral.

Her life revolved around her job and family drama. Faith grew up with an alcoholic father and a doormat mother, and was determined not to turn out the same way.

She did turn up home drunk as a teenager, which caused her mother to admit she'd failed as a mother. This made a lasting impression on the young Faith.

She met her husband Fred Yokas in college, and they married in They had two children, Emily and Charlie. After going through several part-time jobs, such as off-duty security at a pharmacy, and "the record store police" and the "hamburger place police", Faith decided to become a cop in to have an opportunity to leave her husband.

She later decided to stay with him. Fred resented Faith's decision to become a cop, feeling that her focus on her job resulted in neglect of him and their children.

Faith does worry about this, especially when Emily became a teenager. Faith once, while still married to him, arrested Fred for drunk driving.

Faith was partnered with Maurice 'Bosco' Boscorelli , whom she met and tutored at the Academy. Fred resented the relationship between his wife and Bosco and as such did not get along with Bosco.

Faith had an abortion during the show's second season, without telling anyone. She'd felt the time wasn't right to have a third child.

She lied to that everyone she'd miscarried, but accidentally let slip to Bosco what really happened. When Fred found out, he was hurt by his wife's lie.

Faith thought she might have breast cancer and on September 11, she went to see the doctor with Fred. After finding out that the lump may be harmless, the terrorist attacks happened and Faith went to the scene to help, despite it being her day off.

She later had surgery to remove the risk of the cancer developing, and was prepared to have a mastectomy if needed.

Luckily this was unnecessary, and Faith made a full recovery. In , Faith thought of applying for the sergeant's test.

She was accepted, to the joy of both her and Fred who thought she might be able to work better hours for more money and spent more time with her family.

This angered Fred, who stormed out - but returned to find Bosco breaking down in front of Faith. Bosco later saved Faith and Emily after they were held hostage in a bank.

Faith and Bosco split up at the end of the fourth season after Faith discovered Bosco had been lying to her about his involvement with Sgt Maritza Cruz.

She was partnered up with Sasha Monroe. Later, Faith reluctantly accepted a promotion to detective, knowing she'd lied about murdering a man, which had led to the promotion.

Faith and Fred divorced during the show's fifth season after Fred, tired of his wife's uncaring attitude to their marriage, met someone else.

Fred left, taking the kids with him, and a custody battle arose between him and Faith. Despite Fred winning custody of the kids, Emily chose to live with her mother, while Charlie went to live with Fred.

Later on in the series finale, after the 55th precinct was shut down, it was revealed that Faith Yokas reported to Major Crimes and found out that her boss was Captain Miller.

They were thinking about moving in together once Emily finishes college. Fred Yokas is a fictional character on the television series Third Watch , played by actor Chris Bauer.

He was the husband of police officer Faith Yokas. He was a recurring character in the first two seasons, and a regular character after that point.

Fred deeply loved his wife and children, but was very jealous over his wife's working relationship with her partner, Maurice 'Bosco' Boscorelli. Fred and Bosco did not like each other that much.

Fred was always worrying about Faith while she was at work, and frequently wanted her to either quit her job or get desk duty to minimise the risk to her safety and get away from Bosco.

Fred's "cop's spouse dilemma" as it was approached in "Third Watch" represented an advance in gender issues as portrayed in television and cinema, in that previous series and films where the syndrome appeared, it was always the wife worrying about the officer husband.

Fred met Faith at college, where he was on the wrestling team. They fell in love and got married, and later had two children: daughter Emily and son Charlie; however, the Yokas family soon hit financial difficulties, partly caused by Fred's growing alcohol problems.

Faith's father had been an alcoholic and she did not want her children to end up with a father like hers. When Emily started pre-school Fred did not leave all day.

As time went on, Fred lost his job and his drinking problems got worse - this ultimately led him to be arrested by his wife when he drove to pick the kids up from school while drunk.

After this, Faith threw Fred out, but after he agreed to go to AA meetings she let him come home. Problems continued as Fred started skipping meetings, thinking his wife didn't understand.

In the end, she agreed to go to Al-Anon to help him, and the two of them worked together to help Fred kick the habit.

Fred found out that Faith had had an abortion some time earlier she had felt they could not afford to have a third child and was both hurt and angry at his wife.

After she went to stay with her parents, she and Fred got back together. The longer Faith spent in the job, the greater Fred's resentment of Bosco and the cops in general grew.

After Faith failed her sergeant's exams to help Bosco, Fred blamed Bosco. At the end of the third season, Fred had a heart attack while trapped in an elevator, but he made it to the hospital on time and recovered.

He became a born-again Christian after his scare. In , Faith was shot by Maritza Cruz after she went to help Bosco.

Fred blamed Bosco for everything and told him he'd kill him if he ever came near the Yokas family again. Fred was furious when Faith wanted to return to work after being disabled and re-partner with Bosco, and soon met Caroline, who he started having an affair with.

Fred served Faith with divorce papers and won custody of the kids, although Emily later opted to live with her mother instead. She was portrayed by Kim Raver.

Kim appeared in the first five seasons, as well as the first episode of season 6, and a cameo in the series finale.

She did not have much stability in her life as a child and has found as an adult, she still doesn't have any. Kim is divorced from Jimmy Doherty , and they have a son together, but never got over him and continually finds herself drawn back to him.

Kim was one of two children and grew up with her single mother. Her mother married several times, but also continually flew around the country in search of her husband so Kim and her sister Melanie could grow up with a father.

During this time, she became romantically involved with firefighter Jimmy Doherty , with whom she got pregnant and married. Kim caught Jimmy cheating on her with her sister, so the two soon got divorced and she stopped speaking to her sister.

Kim took custody of their son, Joey, although Jimmy remained very much a part of his son's life. Bobby and Kim had a very close relationship, which got awkward when Bobby revealed that he was in love with her.

Kim admitted she had feelings for him, but didn't want to act on them because he was her best friend. The two slept together when Bobby's brother ran away, and Kim had to tell Bobby the next day it was a mistake, even though Bobby believed they were finally together.

Kim would continually drift back to Jimmy, who constantly admitted to still having feelings for Kim, much to Bobby's dismay.

In season 2, Bobby was fatally shot, and Kim took it incredibly rough. She attempted suicide and became depressed.

She finally returned to work in season 3 and was partnered with part-time paramedic, part-time firefighter Alex Taylor. Shortly after she returned to work, Jimmy attempted to gain sole custody of Joey due to her depression.

He was temporarily successful, but Kim would eventually regain joint custody. In season 4, Kim became romantically involved with writer Aaron Noble.

Unbeknownst to her, he was heavily involved in the drug community while working undercover for his new book, and was extremely valuable to the police, due to the information he had.

During this time, she had unprotected sex with him, giving her a scare that she might have been infected with a disease.

Kim would suffer a terrible day at the end of season 4 when, on the same day, Taylor was killed, along with Noble and Lt Johnson , the boss of the 55 firehouse.

This eventually drew her back into the arms of Jimmy, and the two began dating again. Jimmy proposed to Kim but she turned him down, not knowing if he had really changed.

But after she was attacked by men pretending to be police officers, she went back to Jimmy and accepted his offer, claiming he was the only true love of her life.

Jimmy though soon got a promotion and left, leaving Kim by herself. She soon found out she was pregnant, and hid it from the rest of the firehouse.

But when it came to a risky situation at Bosco's brother's funeral, she refused to go in and help, which lead to her revealing she was pregnant.

She was seen once again in the series finale with Jimmy, their son Joey and their new son, Kevin, at Carlos and Holly's wedding.

Lt Johnson frequently referred to as "Lou" was in charge of the firehouse from until He was married to Ruth and has a few children.

Johnson has worked three jobs to keep money coming in for his family. He died in as a result of the explosion which killed Alex Taylor , much to the grief of his family and those at the His first name was never revealed in the series.

Played by John Michael Bolger. Derek "DK" Kitson often did the cooking at the firehouse. He was usually the one coming out with the wisecracks.

DK has a thing for coffee cake. He was promoted to Captain and took over the squad when Billy Walsh became battalion chief. Played by Derek Kelly.

Joe was Jimmy's best friend - this led to Jimmy even naming his son after him. Joe is the 3rd generation of his family to have the name "Joe Lombardo.

When Joe found out, he slugged Jimmy in the face. Later, Jimmy was missing in a burning building, and Joe forgot their differences to go back inside and find him.

Jimmy escaped and wanted to go back for Joe, but it was not safe. Luckily, Joe was rescued and taken to hospital, where he married Linda from his hospital bed.

Played by Nick Sandow. Stu joined the show in His nickname arose from the number of "z"s in his surname. Carlos previously knew of Stu due to him being the center for the interdepartmental basketball team.

After the series finished he was promoted to Lieutenant and took over Jimmy Doherty's rescue squad. Played by Jason Shaw. Originally called Jeff Wilson, the character soon became known as Billy Walsh, the same name of the actor playing him.

Little is known about him - he is married and in he mentioned his wife was expecting a baby. He was promoted to Lieutenant after Jimmy Doherty left in , and promoted to Battalion Chief after the series ended.

Played by Bill Walsh. Sgt Christopher was the sergeant in Seasons 2 and 3. He did not particularly like Bosco.

He was engaged to be married at one point, but transferred out of the 55 before being replaced by Maritza Cruz. Played by Brad Beyer.

Brooke did not work at the 55, but was assigned to the 89 precinct. She met and fell in love with Jimmy Doherty at a supermarket, thanks to Jimmy's son Joey, and the pair got married.

Brooke left Jimmy after finding out he'd slept with his friend Joe Lombardo's girlfriend at his engagement party, and filed for divorce. Played by Eva LaRue.

Captain Elchisak, often referred to as "Stick" by senior officers, was the commanding officer for the 55th precinct at least from Stick often had run-ins with Bosco, particularly when Bosco had sex with his daughter in the front of an RMP on tape the Captain did not know it was his daughter.

The Captain stopped appearing after Season 3 and it is unknown whether or not he continued commanding the 55, as Lt. Swersky seemed to have all but assumed command of the precinct.

His first name is never revealed. Played by James Rebhorn. However he was not as innocent as he appeared; he had been involved in the death of Tyrone Davis Senior many years earlier.

He, Davis Sr and a few others had been corrupt cops, and planned to put the blame on Davis Sr. Finney was in charge of an operation involving Sgt Maritza Cruz , which involved Detective Sasha Monroe going undercover as an officer.

Not long after Brendan started working at the 55, Finney committed suicide as the truth about Ty Davis, Sr was threatened with exposure, and his son made it look like an accident so his family could still claim his pension and benefits.

He has known Sully for years. His real first name was never revealed on the show. Played by Joe Badalucco.

A rookie during Season 3, Gusler didn't really fit in with the job or the precinct. He was partnered with Bosco on his first day, due to Bosco's partner Faith Yokas being on leave.

Bosco did not have much time for the young rookie. Gusler usually appeared nervous and frightened, and after gravely shooting a fellow officer accidentally during a major shootout realized he was not meant to "walk the beat," but later became a police sketch artist.

Played by Charlie McWade. Nicknamed because of his love of candy, Candyman was regarded as a good cop by everyone in the precinct, cops and civilians alike.

The cops knew that he was prone to taking bribes and robbing drug dealers, but did not say anything about it as otherwise he was a good cop.

After finding out that his father had worked with Candyman and had also taken bribes, Ty Davis fought with himself about whether to turn Candyman in especially after seeing him rob a pimp.

After Candyman saved his life, Ty decided not to. Played by Wendell Pierce. Manny was a recurring character during the sixth season.

He was one of the few not to be intimidated by Maritza Cruz , and was probably one of her closest friends. There was evidence that he had romantic feelings for her.

After her death , he laid a red rose on her grave every morning. Manny mentioned a son in one episode but other family members are unknown.

Bob Swersky named as "Dan" in one episode; Frequently referred to as "Lieu" was in charge of the 55 Precinct. Fair but firm, he was looked upon as a father figure by many of the cops, especially Bosco.

He would often come to the aid of his officers when they were in trouble. Married, to a wife who often put him on a diet, he retired as a Deputy Chief after the series ended to spend time with his 12 grandchildren.

Played by Joe Lisi. She was originally posted to the 11PM to 7AM shift the first watch ; however, she later joined the third watch.

Monroe developed a relationship with Officer Davis; however, this fell through when it was revealed that Monroe was a detective with Internal Affairs Bureau.

During this time, she develops a friendship with Detective Yokas in attempt to gain information regarding Cruz and the shooting of a handcuffed prisoner.

After Monroe's cover is blown, Captain Finney leaves her in the 55th Precinct. During her time as a social outcast within the third watch, she helps Sully and Davis take down Capt Finney for the murder of Davis' father.

Despite the friction in her relationship with Davis, they finally get back together after Monroe was shot accidentally by Bosco. During the shooting, Monroe loses her unborn child.

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In , Carlos was suspended after allegations that he had abused a teenage girl, Nicole West, in the ambulance. It had been a simple, accidental touch for which he had apologized to her straight-away, but no one at the firehouse, apart from Doc, believed him.

Carlos offered to resign, as being dismissed could prevent him from seeing his daughter and could ruin his chances of going to medical school.

During a severe snowstorm, Doc put Carlos back on active duty, an action which got Doc into trouble. As part of the settlement against the West family, Carlos was dismissed.

It later turned out that Nicole was really being abused by her stepfather, and was trying to reach out for help by blaming Carlos.

When the truth was revealed, Carlos was reinstated in his job. After that incident was resolved, Carlos decided that being a paramedic was what he really wanted to do, and decided not to go to medical school.

A year later, Carlos found out that his daughter Kylie had a medical condition known as idiopathic aplastic anemia, and that she needed a bone marrow transplant.

He offered his marrow, but he was not a match. This led him to try to find his biological family to save Kylie, and allowed his brother to finally find him.

Christian was a match, and told Carlos of his true origins. After Doc slowly started going insane, which ended up with him shooting Captain Steeper, Carlos was the first to defy his friend and treat Steeper, trusting Doc would not harm him which he didn't.

In the final episode of the series, Carlos proposed to Holly, and after they married, they moved to Staten Island , where they had three children.

He was portrayed by Michael Beach. Doc appeared in the first four and a half seasons, and in the final episode as a cameo.

Doc is the paramedic supervisor at the firehouse and is in charge of everyone else. He's one of the best paramedics in the city, but often takes the job too seriously and lets his emotions get in the way.

Doc will take the blame for many incidents, even if they were not directly his fault. Doc is quite possibly the most conflicted character in the entire series, dealing with many traumatic events and occurrences from his past as well as during the course of his time on the show.

As a youngster, he accidentally killed his best friend over a girl, something that would come back and haunt him in the future.

After high school, Monte spent four years at City College , studying business and administration. After graduating, he spent 2 years selling stereos before switching to office suppliers.

Bored, Monte considered joining the Air Force , but was turned down due to poor eyesight. He acquired the nickname 'Doc' and was partnered up with Jerry Markowitz; the two regarded themselves as brothers.

Jerry helped Doc overcome the death of his wife Debra, who was killed in a boating accident in Doc and Debra's last words to each other had been an argument.

In rookie Carlos Nieto joined the paramedics, and on this day Jerry was shot. Carlos became Doc's partner, but Doc considered him temporary until Jerry got back.

When he found out that Jerry was taking permanent retirement on disability pay, Doc took the news hard. Carlos then became his permanent partner, but the two had very different styles and more than once, Carlos thought about getting a transfer.

They also competed for the affections of ER doctor Sara Morales, eventually Doc "won" - she was the first woman since his wife died with whom he felt comfortable, and the two began a relationship.

Doc's father John, a widower like his son, took an overdose of his medication and Doc and Sara managed to save him. What looked like a simple accident was soon revealed to be deliberate - John Parker's quality of life was slipping away and he wanted to die.

Eventually, Doc helped his father to die. Doc and Sara later broke up in when she accepted a job in Philadelphia and he wished to stay in New York.

Doc was nominated for "Paramedic Of The Year" in , but was caught on camera he was being filmed by a documentary crew performing medical procedures that almost paralyzed a young man.

Doc felt guilty over this. Later, when an explosion killed Alex Taylor and Lt Johnson , Doc took the news very badly as his guilt increased.

He accepted a promotion to a desk job, but was demoted back down to normal paramedic after beating up the guy whom Alex had replaced on the day she died.

Doc left the series in when a new captain was assigned to the firehouse, replacing Jimmy Doherty. The new captain had a reputation for closing down firehouses.

Doc snapped and shot him. He intended to hold him hostage for the length of time it would take a paramedic to reach the neighborhood if the station was shut down.

It soon become apparent that the true cause of Doc's actions, in addition to the sum of all the painful and traumatic events in his life, was his inability to deal with the horror of the September 11, terrorist attacks , even three years later.

He was portrayed by Skipp Sudduth. John Sullivan was born in New York in He has a sister, Fran, who later moved to Orlando, Florida with her now ex-husband Mike.

The two men eventually became partners and were like brothers. Ty Sr however was in with a group of corrupt cops, including Cathal Finney , who discovered that Ty Sr was planning to turn the others in.

CT arranged for Ty Sr to be murdered to silence him. This hit Sully a lot, he stopped going to church after this day and described as "the worst day of his life.

Sully went through a few other partners, including one who would later accuse him of falsifying evidence, and another who committed suicide after being forced to retire.

In , he acquired a new partner in Tyrone Davis, Jr , the son of his first partner. Although initially reluctant to take Ty Jr on, the two men soon bonded and became firm friends.

A year later, Sully met his new neighbor, Tatiana, who was Ukrainian. They fell in love and started dating, but Sully was shocked by the sudden appearance of her son Sergei, whom she had not mentioned beforehand.

Sully did not know that Tatiana was really called Natasha and worked for a Russian mob boss, Fyodor Chevchenko. The two were set to marry on September 11, in Atlantic City but the day's events caused the wedding to be postponed.

They eventually married , with Ty as best man, in New York on October 1. A few months after their marriage, Sergei was beaten up by Chevchenko's men.

Sully, with Ty, went to see Chevchenko causing Ty to get shot. Sully felt guilty at this, and Tatiana was not happy with Sully for interfering.

She later left Sully, returning two months later claiming to have been with relatives upstate. In reality, she had been working at Chevchenko's club.

In retaliation, Sully murdered Chevchenko. The loss of his family caused Sully to drink, and eventually he became an alcoholic.

Ty, worried about his partner, reported him to the union. Sully later begged Ty for help - a few days later, Ty, Bosco and Doc took Sully up to a cabin to dry out.

Sully said some hurtful things to each of them, but with their help overcame his drinking problem and returned to work. Sully urged her to tell him about it, but she miscarried.

In the final episode, Sully decided to retire, since he had always worked at the 55 and did not want to work at another precinct.

He now owns a cabin by a lake, where he spends his time fishing. Alexandra 'Alex' Taylor is a fictional character played by actress Amy Carlson on the television series Third Watch , between and , during its second, third, and fourth seasons.

She was the only Third Watch character to serve as both a firefighter and a paramedic. Alex was always a tomboy who, according to her mother, always followed her father around, doing whatever he did.

Despite being the only female on the squad, she fit in well with "the guys. She was a firm believer in things being "wrong" or "right" and thus, sometimes couldn't see a middle ground.

She loved her family deeply, but often worried that she wasn't good enough to please her father, and wanted to make him proud which he was anyway.

Although it appeared she was "always looking sad" and whined a bit, she cared deeply about anyone she saved, whether as a medic or a firefighter.

From a young age, Alex wanted to be a firefighter like her father, Angus, and played with toy fire trucks rather than Barbies.

Her brother, Adam, became a nurse, leaving Alex free to follow the family tradition. Alex graduated from the fire academy and received from her father a Saint Florian medallion, one of her prized possessions.

She sued him for sexual assault, but lost the case and thus asked to be transferred to another firehouse. Arriving at the 55 as a firefighter, it was revealed she used to be a paramedic before "moving up" to the fire squad, and often worked as a medic during her time at the Alex soon settled in, originally being treated as a "girly" girl before the others found out what she was really like.

Despite the initial tension between her and Jimmy over the Danny Gamble case, they became friends after Jimmy found out what Gamble was really like.

Alex took his death very hard, and spent all her free time down at "the pile" helping the rescuers. This eventually led Lieutenant Johnson to move her to the paramedic side of the squad, where she rode with Kim Zambrano , as he did not want to lose "another member of his squad.

Being the only women in the firehouse, the two developed a strong friendship but, despite this, Alex wanted to return to firefighting.

She was annoyed when a new firefighter, Prescott, arrived, fearing he'd take her place in the squad. It turned out that Prescott knew of Alex, as he worked with her father soon after joining up.

He received a hero's burial, and Alex returned to firefighting not long afterward. Alex started dating Ty Davis during the show's third season after he comforted her over the death of her father.

They kept the relationship secret, but eventually, Ty realized they didn't have enough in common to keep a relationship going. After ending up in the hospital due to being shot, he introduced Alex to his mother as a "friend" rather than a girlfriend.

In , Alex was severely injured in a car crash and, though she recovered and returned to work, she met her end a year later.

A new paramedic named Eugene had not turned up for work, so Alex was asked to work the shift instead. While comforting an injured couple in a car accident, the car she was sitting in exploded, literally blowing her in half.

She died moments later in Carlos' arms, her final request was for him to tell her Mother "it didn't hurt"; he honored her by including it in his eulogy of her at her funeral.

Her life revolved around her job and family drama. Faith grew up with an alcoholic father and a doormat mother, and was determined not to turn out the same way.

She did turn up home drunk as a teenager, which caused her mother to admit she'd failed as a mother. This made a lasting impression on the young Faith.

She met her husband Fred Yokas in college, and they married in They had two children, Emily and Charlie. After going through several part-time jobs, such as off-duty security at a pharmacy, and "the record store police" and the "hamburger place police", Faith decided to become a cop in to have an opportunity to leave her husband.

She later decided to stay with him. Fred resented Faith's decision to become a cop, feeling that her focus on her job resulted in neglect of him and their children.

Faith does worry about this, especially when Emily became a teenager. Faith once, while still married to him, arrested Fred for drunk driving.

Faith was partnered with Maurice 'Bosco' Boscorelli , whom she met and tutored at the Academy. Fred resented the relationship between his wife and Bosco and as such did not get along with Bosco.

Faith had an abortion during the show's second season, without telling anyone. She'd felt the time wasn't right to have a third child.

She lied to that everyone she'd miscarried, but accidentally let slip to Bosco what really happened. When Fred found out, he was hurt by his wife's lie.

Faith thought she might have breast cancer and on September 11, she went to see the doctor with Fred. After finding out that the lump may be harmless, the terrorist attacks happened and Faith went to the scene to help, despite it being her day off.

She later had surgery to remove the risk of the cancer developing, and was prepared to have a mastectomy if needed. Luckily this was unnecessary, and Faith made a full recovery.

In , Faith thought of applying for the sergeant's test. She was accepted, to the joy of both her and Fred who thought she might be able to work better hours for more money and spent more time with her family.

This angered Fred, who stormed out - but returned to find Bosco breaking down in front of Faith. Bosco later saved Faith and Emily after they were held hostage in a bank.

Faith and Bosco split up at the end of the fourth season after Faith discovered Bosco had been lying to her about his involvement with Sgt Maritza Cruz.

She was partnered up with Sasha Monroe. Later, Faith reluctantly accepted a promotion to detective, knowing she'd lied about murdering a man, which had led to the promotion.

Faith and Fred divorced during the show's fifth season after Fred, tired of his wife's uncaring attitude to their marriage, met someone else.

Fred left, taking the kids with him, and a custody battle arose between him and Faith. Despite Fred winning custody of the kids, Emily chose to live with her mother, while Charlie went to live with Fred.

Later on in the series finale, after the 55th precinct was shut down, it was revealed that Faith Yokas reported to Major Crimes and found out that her boss was Captain Miller.

They were thinking about moving in together once Emily finishes college. Fred Yokas is a fictional character on the television series Third Watch , played by actor Chris Bauer.

He was the husband of police officer Faith Yokas. He was a recurring character in the first two seasons, and a regular character after that point.

Fred deeply loved his wife and children, but was very jealous over his wife's working relationship with her partner, Maurice 'Bosco' Boscorelli. Fred and Bosco did not like each other that much.

Fred was always worrying about Faith while she was at work, and frequently wanted her to either quit her job or get desk duty to minimise the risk to her safety and get away from Bosco.

Fred's "cop's spouse dilemma" as it was approached in "Third Watch" represented an advance in gender issues as portrayed in television and cinema, in that previous series and films where the syndrome appeared, it was always the wife worrying about the officer husband.

Fred met Faith at college, where he was on the wrestling team. They fell in love and got married, and later had two children: daughter Emily and son Charlie; however, the Yokas family soon hit financial difficulties, partly caused by Fred's growing alcohol problems.

Faith's father had been an alcoholic and she did not want her children to end up with a father like hers. When Emily started pre-school Fred did not leave all day.

As time went on, Fred lost his job and his drinking problems got worse - this ultimately led him to be arrested by his wife when he drove to pick the kids up from school while drunk.

After this, Faith threw Fred out, but after he agreed to go to AA meetings she let him come home. Problems continued as Fred started skipping meetings, thinking his wife didn't understand.

In the end, she agreed to go to Al-Anon to help him, and the two of them worked together to help Fred kick the habit. Fred found out that Faith had had an abortion some time earlier she had felt they could not afford to have a third child and was both hurt and angry at his wife.

After she went to stay with her parents, she and Fred got back together. The longer Faith spent in the job, the greater Fred's resentment of Bosco and the cops in general grew.

After Faith failed her sergeant's exams to help Bosco, Fred blamed Bosco. At the end of the third season, Fred had a heart attack while trapped in an elevator, but he made it to the hospital on time and recovered.

He became a born-again Christian after his scare. In , Faith was shot by Maritza Cruz after she went to help Bosco.

Fred blamed Bosco for everything and told him he'd kill him if he ever came near the Yokas family again. Fred was furious when Faith wanted to return to work after being disabled and re-partner with Bosco, and soon met Caroline, who he started having an affair with.

Fred served Faith with divorce papers and won custody of the kids, although Emily later opted to live with her mother instead. She was portrayed by Kim Raver.

Kim appeared in the first five seasons, as well as the first episode of season 6, and a cameo in the series finale. She did not have much stability in her life as a child and has found as an adult, she still doesn't have any.

Kim is divorced from Jimmy Doherty , and they have a son together, but never got over him and continually finds herself drawn back to him.

Kim was one of two children and grew up with her single mother. Her mother married several times, but also continually flew around the country in search of her husband so Kim and her sister Melanie could grow up with a father.

During this time, she became romantically involved with firefighter Jimmy Doherty , with whom she got pregnant and married.

Kim caught Jimmy cheating on her with her sister, so the two soon got divorced and she stopped speaking to her sister. Kim took custody of their son, Joey, although Jimmy remained very much a part of his son's life.

Bobby and Kim had a very close relationship, which got awkward when Bobby revealed that he was in love with her. Kim admitted she had feelings for him, but didn't want to act on them because he was her best friend.

The two slept together when Bobby's brother ran away, and Kim had to tell Bobby the next day it was a mistake, even though Bobby believed they were finally together.

Kim would continually drift back to Jimmy, who constantly admitted to still having feelings for Kim, much to Bobby's dismay. In season 2, Bobby was fatally shot, and Kim took it incredibly rough.

She attempted suicide and became depressed. She finally returned to work in season 3 and was partnered with part-time paramedic, part-time firefighter Alex Taylor.

Shortly after she returned to work, Jimmy attempted to gain sole custody of Joey due to her depression. He was temporarily successful, but Kim would eventually regain joint custody.

In season 4, Kim became romantically involved with writer Aaron Noble. Unbeknownst to her, he was heavily involved in the drug community while working undercover for his new book, and was extremely valuable to the police, due to the information he had.

During this time, she had unprotected sex with him, giving her a scare that she might have been infected with a disease. Kim would suffer a terrible day at the end of season 4 when, on the same day, Taylor was killed, along with Noble and Lt Johnson , the boss of the 55 firehouse.

This eventually drew her back into the arms of Jimmy, and the two began dating again. Jimmy proposed to Kim but she turned him down, not knowing if he had really changed.

But after she was attacked by men pretending to be police officers, she went back to Jimmy and accepted his offer, claiming he was the only true love of her life.

Jimmy though soon got a promotion and left, leaving Kim by herself. She soon found out she was pregnant, and hid it from the rest of the firehouse.

But when it came to a risky situation at Bosco's brother's funeral, she refused to go in and help, which lead to her revealing she was pregnant.

She was seen once again in the series finale with Jimmy, their son Joey and their new son, Kevin, at Carlos and Holly's wedding.

Lt Johnson frequently referred to as "Lou" was in charge of the firehouse from until He was married to Ruth and has a few children. Johnson has worked three jobs to keep money coming in for his family.

He died in as a result of the explosion which killed Alex Taylor , much to the grief of his family and those at the His first name was never revealed in the series.

Played by John Michael Bolger. Derek "DK" Kitson often did the cooking at the firehouse. He was usually the one coming out with the wisecracks.

DK has a thing for coffee cake. He was promoted to Captain and took over the squad when Billy Walsh became battalion chief.

Played by Derek Kelly. Joe was Jimmy's best friend - this led to Jimmy even naming his son after him. Joe is the 3rd generation of his family to have the name "Joe Lombardo.

When Joe found out, he slugged Jimmy in the face. Later, Jimmy was missing in a burning building, and Joe forgot their differences to go back inside and find him.

Jimmy escaped and wanted to go back for Joe, but it was not safe. Luckily, Joe was rescued and taken to hospital, where he married Linda from his hospital bed.

Played by Nick Sandow. Stu joined the show in His nickname arose from the number of "z"s in his surname.

Carlos previously knew of Stu due to him being the center for the interdepartmental basketball team. After the series finished he was promoted to Lieutenant and took over Jimmy Doherty's rescue squad.

Played by Jason Shaw. Originally called Jeff Wilson, the character soon became known as Billy Walsh, the same name of the actor playing him.

Little is known about him - he is married and in he mentioned his wife was expecting a baby. He was promoted to Lieutenant after Jimmy Doherty left in , and promoted to Battalion Chief after the series ended.

Played by Bill Walsh. Sgt Christopher was the sergeant in Seasons 2 and 3. He did not particularly like Bosco. He was engaged to be married at one point, but transferred out of the 55 before being replaced by Maritza Cruz.

Played by Brad Beyer. Brooke did not work at the 55, but was assigned to the 89 precinct. She met and fell in love with Jimmy Doherty at a supermarket, thanks to Jimmy's son Joey, and the pair got married.

Brooke left Jimmy after finding out he'd slept with his friend Joe Lombardo's girlfriend at his engagement party, and filed for divorce.

Played by Eva LaRue. Captain Elchisak, often referred to as "Stick" by senior officers, was the commanding officer for the 55th precinct at least from Stick often had run-ins with Bosco, particularly when Bosco had sex with his daughter in the front of an RMP on tape the Captain did not know it was his daughter.

The Captain stopped appearing after Season 3 and it is unknown whether or not he continued commanding the 55, as Lt.

Swersky seemed to have all but assumed command of the precinct. His first name is never revealed. Played by James Rebhorn.

However he was not as innocent as he appeared; he had been involved in the death of Tyrone Davis Senior many years earlier. He, Davis Sr and a few others had been corrupt cops, and planned to put the blame on Davis Sr.

Finney was in charge of an operation involving Sgt Maritza Cruz , which involved Detective Sasha Monroe going undercover as an officer.

Not long after Brendan started working at the 55, Finney committed suicide as the truth about Ty Davis, Sr was threatened with exposure, and his son made it look like an accident so his family could still claim his pension and benefits.

He has known Sully for years. His real first name was never revealed on the show. Played by Joe Badalucco. A rookie during Season 3, Gusler didn't really fit in with the job or the precinct.

He was partnered with Bosco on his first day, due to Bosco's partner Faith Yokas being on leave. Bosco did not have much time for the young rookie.

Gusler usually appeared nervous and frightened, and after gravely shooting a fellow officer accidentally during a major shootout realized he was not meant to "walk the beat," but later became a police sketch artist.

Played by Charlie McWade. Nicknamed because of his love of candy, Candyman was regarded as a good cop by everyone in the precinct, cops and civilians alike.

The cops knew that he was prone to taking bribes and robbing drug dealers, but did not say anything about it as otherwise he was a good cop.

After finding out that his father had worked with Candyman and had also taken bribes, Ty Davis fought with himself about whether to turn Candyman in especially after seeing him rob a pimp.

After Candyman saved his life, Ty decided not to. Played by Wendell Pierce. Manny was a recurring character during the sixth season.

He was one of the few not to be intimidated by Maritza Cruz , and was probably one of her closest friends. There was evidence that he had romantic feelings for her.

After her death , he laid a red rose on her grave every morning. Manny mentioned a son in one episode but other family members are unknown. Bob Swersky named as "Dan" in one episode; Frequently referred to as "Lieu" was in charge of the 55 Precinct.

Fair but firm, he was looked upon as a father figure by many of the cops, especially Bosco. He would often come to the aid of his officers when they were in trouble.

Married, to a wife who often put him on a diet, he retired as a Deputy Chief after the series ended to spend time with his 12 grandchildren.

Played by Joe Lisi. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Redirected from Sasha Monroe. This article has multiple issues. Despite the friction in her relationship with Davis, they finally get back together after Monroe was shot accidentally by Bosco.

During the shooting, Monroe loses her unborn child. It was only then that Davis found out that he was the father. In the final show of the series, it is revealed that, after retiring from the NYPD, Monroe makes a run for office as a city council member.

She continues to date Davis; however, due to their hectic work schedule they are yet to be married.

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