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It leaves the impression that last season's closer was a standard-issue TV gimmick rather than a dramatic game-changer that will set this series on track for the conclusion it deserves.
The heat couldn't be more intense if you opened the front door on a four-alarm fire.
If there ever was a show that captured the learned helplessness of the American male, this show is it.
Welcome back, Rescue Me - over a year later, your sometimes lovable, sometimes frustrating combination of credible drama, adorable dude humor, and occasional self-righteousness is still intact!
Enough to keep me interested, but I don't know if the rest is quite up to snuff.
Uneven but irreverent, Rescue Me manages to rescue itself, immersing us in the tumultuous firefighting life that is the reason we watch the show.
The show's signature comedic/dramatic tone is prominent as ever and what keeps Rescue Me so great is its undying fearlessness to take on any topic, no matter how taboo.
Rescue Me needs rescusing from itself and deliverance will soon come. Until then, fans of the series can enjoy the ride -- even if it sometimes feels like a rerun.
The show retains its ability to be both brilliant and maddening, sometimes in the same episode.
The series is off to a great start and it looks like we will be getting nothing shy of excellence for these last two seasons.
Audience Reviews for Rescue Me: Season 6
Jul 05, 2017skipped through and only watched the fire crew parts (1 viewing)