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Middling start, but we've stuck with Rescue Me this long, and no point in bailing now.
The series finale underscores the plusses and minuses of a dramedy that might have fared better by dousing some of its excesses.
Rescue Me has also humanized the survivors and reflected the way their battles are the battles that many of us fight, in our own ways and our own worlds.
On and on and on with the same old Tommy/Janet/Sheila stuff, as if Tommy is some great catch? Two-and-a-half fantastic seasons; seven seasons total.
They say all's well that ends well. The Rescue Me gang should take comfort in that.
The relevance that had made the show so enjoyable early on was absent for most of the episodes, and Rescue Me fizzled out well before the end.
Rescue Me has had its ups and downs, just as Tommy Gavin has, but Season 7 delivers the goods.
Settles the future of Ladder Co. 62 and honors firefighters for their sacrifices without bathos.
Much of what I've seen of this season feels like a mix of throat-clearing and perhaps (a little) atonement for past excesses.
Audience Reviews for Rescue Me: Season 7
Jul 08, 2017skipped through and only watched the fire crew parts. the last two episodes were pretty good (1 viewing)
Aug 12, 2014Would have given it 4 stars, if the series had been less focused on Leary's character and more on the other's. Great dialogue and casting.