After such a fun ride we have sadly made it to the end of the second season of Third Watch in our EXCLUSIVE recaps and it’s once again that time where Ben & Brandy come together and this time are joined by Dorvell as well to recap the season and pick out the best bits, the worst bits and everything else between in what is always a fun episode! Through all the main plotlines, the side bits you may have missed and all the talk of dirty kid to make you dirty, it’s the perfect book end to what is one of the best and most underrated TV complete seasons in history! And with 4 more seasons to follow, just how are things setup moving forward? And how will all three of our hosts decide on only 5 moments to solidify this season as all kinds of amazing? Get excited, get involved and get your watch on as we recap the second season of Third Watch!

At the end of each season, Ben, Brandy & Dorvell will rank the season in order from their favourite to least favourite. After two seasons the standings are as follows:

1 Season 2 Season 2 Season 1
2 Season 1 Season 1 Season 2

Also at the end of each season, Ben, Brandy & Dorvell will compile their favourite 5 moments and produce a video showing these moments. Sadly however the video has been blocked for copyright purposes, so our top 5 moments for season 2 are as follows:

  • 5 – Sully & Tatiana’s first date (Episode 12 – True Love)
  • 4 – Yokas tells Bosco she had an abortion  (Episode 8 – Know Thyself)
  • 3 – The police funeral (Episode 11 – A Hero’s Rest)
  • 2 – Doc & Morales break-up  (Episode 20 – Man Enough)
  • 1 –  Bobby is shot (Episode 15 – Requiem For A Bantamweight)



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