Ike's mean twin brother Mike pays him a visit and asks for a life-changing favor; the crew take DNA tests; Granny discovers his Jewish heritage; Terry is devastated to learn that Lucy's genes are more Penisi than McConky.
Terry learns some sexy new dance moves to impress Vicky at the fireman's ball; Ike volunteers to be Andy's wingman; Lucy discovers her date is more like his mother than she realized.
Terry and Eddie battle it out while stuck in an elevator; Lucy struggles to get alone time with her date; Granny finds a way to ease the tension with his date.
It's a spooky evening for the crew when it must answer a call at a haunted house; while navigating the haunted halls looking for the source of the fire, the crew members must face their greatest fears.
The holiday season has arrived at the firehouse and everyone is feeling jolly, except for Eddie, who is stressing about getting good year-end reviews.
The gang is quarantined at the station after being exposed to a potentially infected Capuchin monkey on an emergency call; everyone is dealing with it in their own way.
Lucy graduates to official firefighter if she can survive the gang's pranks; she insists they don't go easy just because she's the chief's daughter.
It's time for the annual firehouse chili cook-off, and everyone is excited to impress the chief, but judge Terry is affected by his wisdom teeth surgery and the drugs that go along with it.
A flashback to how Terry and Vicky met and were set up by Eddie as a prank years ago; Terry, Eddie and Vicky all have very different memories of the event, but all involve Terry eating.
Chief Terry McConky and Capt. Eddie Penisi helm a crew at a firehouse located in America's rainiest city; light on blazes, the crew members entertain themselves with creative competitions, first-responder rivalries, and bizarre emergency calls.
Chief Terry McConky
Capt. Eddie Penisi
Granville "Granny" Smith
Kyle A. Clark
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