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There's not a lot of fires to fight in one of the rainiest cities in America, leaving the crew at the Tacoma Fire Department tackling the less glamorous elements of the job. Light on blazes that need extinguishing, this squad keeps itself entertained with creative competitions, friendly first responder rivalries, and bizarre emergency calls. Leading firehouse shenanigans in the half-hour comedy are Chief Terry McConky and Capt. Eddie Penisi, played by series co-creators Kevin Heffernan and Steve Lemme, respectively.

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When Councilwoman Price tries to take nudity out of the annual Firefighters' Beefcake Calendar, the crew must get creative to maintain the integrity of its sexy, and oily, tradition.
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Eddie runs into his cradle-robbing first love and must decide whether to rekindle his romance with the sexy senior citizen; Granny and Lucy compete to win the affections of an androgynous dispatcher; Terry discovers moisturizer.
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FD braces for a night of insane full moon rescue calls; Eddie and Granny go on active appendage duty; Ike gets bitten into an altered state.
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The Tacoma FD's negligence during a firehouse school trip makes Councilwoman Price so angry she orders the guys to complete a training re-certification with an old nemesis who's just itching to fail them.
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When the police captain catches Eddie sleeping with his wife days before the Tacoma FD/PD charity boxing match, he challenges Eddie to be the main event; Eddie takes the challenge but doesn't train, which has the crew fearing a bloodbath.
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Andy's big welcome from a different team of firefighters has him questioning his place within his own crew; Eddie spars with a new top chef at the station to win the annual pancake cook-off.
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The crew is assigned its first-ever female firefighter, Lucy, sending the firehouse into a tailspin; when Chief cracks down on rookie hazing, the guys do it anyway only to find that Lucy is a force with which to be reckoned.
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During a call to a police officer's house, Andy and Ike make a misstep that fans the flames of the fire department's feud with the police department; the chief tries to keep a lid on the dispute, but his crew wages a tit-for-tat war with the police.
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Tacoma FD's newest chief, Terry McConky, is under scrutiny by the city council to get serious about his station's ratings; Terry's crew puts his job in jeopardy by engaging in a ridiculous competition for a super "sawft" prize.
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A party is held to celebrate the anniversary of Terry busting a nut to save Eddie's life and the biggest football game of the year; the party gets interrupted by a fire breaking out at the local weed dispensary.
aired 148 days ago
A first look at the season one finale.
aired 184 days ago
There's not a lot of fires to fight in one of the rainiest cities in America, leaving the crew at the Tacoma Fire Department tackling the less glamorous elements of the job. Light on blazes that need extinguishing, this squad keeps itself entertained with creative competitions, friendly first responder rivalries, and bizarre emergency calls. Leading firehouse shenanigans in the half-hour comedy are Chief Terry McConky and Capt. Eddie Penisi, played by series co-creators Kevin Heffernan and Steve Lemme, respectively.
aired 184 days ago
There's not a lot of fires to fight in one of the rainiest cities in America, leaving the crew at the Tacoma Fire Department tackling the less glamorous elements of the job. Light on blazes that need extinguishing, this squad keeps itself entertained with creative competitions, friendly first responder rivalries, and bizarre emergency calls. Leading firehouse shenanigans in the half-hour comedy are Chief Terry McConky and Capt. Eddie Penisi, played by series co-creators Kevin Heffernan and Steve Lemme, respectively.
aired 184 days ago
There's not a lot of fires to fight in one of the rainiest cities in America, leaving the crew at the Tacoma Fire Department tackling the less glamorous elements of the job. Light on blazes that need extinguishing, this squad keeps itself entertained with creative competitions, friendly first responder rivalries, and bizarre emergency calls. Leading firehouse shenanigans in the half-hour comedy are Chief Terry McConky and Capt. Eddie Penisi, played by series co-creators Kevin Heffernan and Steve Lemme, respectively.
aired 184 days ago
There's not a lot of fires to fight in one of the rainiest cities in America, leaving the crew at the Tacoma Fire Department tackling the less glamorous elements of the job. Light on blazes that need extinguishing, this squad keeps itself entertained with creative competitions, friendly first responder rivalries, and bizarre emergency calls. Leading firehouse shenanigans in the half-hour comedy are Chief Terry McConky and Capt. Eddie Penisi, played by series co-creators Kevin Heffernan and Steve Lemme, respectively.
aired 211 days ago
In a sneak peak, Tacoma FD's newest Chief Terry McConky is under scrutiny by the city council to get serious about his station's ratings, while his crew puts his job in jeopardy by engaging in a ridiculous competition for a super "sawft" prize.

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