[S3E7] Lone Star
So much of 9-1-1: Lone Star Season 3 Episode 7 was this fun hour that gathered all the characters for a softball game as part of the Red vs. Blue rivalry. And it was a blast to witness Owen and guest-star Neal McDonough at each other's throats.
[S3E7] Lone Star
More than anything, even though O'Brien started things with his poor attitude and giving Owen the ticket, things probably wouldn't have escalated much further if they missed the dispute on the air and broadcasted it. It embarrassed the cops and made them look bad as they celebrated the firefighters.
Owen talks a lot about anger management, but the lessons aren't hitting home. It's the umpteenth time he's hit a man. And this time, it led to a full-on brawl. When is he going to start breathing through the madness?
And once he started it, the rest of the squad had to jump in to finish it. Not only was Tommy sporting some fabulous hairdos, radiating all of her Black Girl Magic with the versatile styles, but she got some bruises from the fight too.
Matt's suicide call was another harrowing ordeal. Dave got so invested in it that you could believe he was coming from a genuine place. He was practically unhinged when he started speaking to Matt from the perspective of someone who lose their father to suicide.
Season three stars Rob Lowe as Owen Strand, Gina Torres as Tommy Vega, Ronen Rubinstein as T.K. Strand, Sierra McClain as Grace Ryder, and Jim Parrack as Judd Ryder. Natacha Karam plays Marjan Marwani, Brian Michael Smith is Paul Strickland, Rafael Silva is Carlos Reyes, Julian Works is Mateo Chavez, and Brianna Baker plays Nancy Gillian.
When a dust-up between Owen and an obnoxious police sergeant (guest star Neal McDonough) goes viral, the existing tensions between police and fire rescue mount, leading Owen to decide they will settle the score on the softball field. Meanwhile, Grace competes against a hot shot call center night-shift operator when he moves over to the day shift.
911: Lone Star Episode 307 Synopsis: When a dust-up between Owen and an obnoxious police sergeant (guest star Neal McDonough) goes viral, the existing tensions between police and fire rescue mount, leading Owen to decide they will settle the score on the softball field. Meanwhile, Grace competes against a hotshot call center night-shift operator when he moves over to the day shift
FOX's Texas-based procedural drama "9-1-1: Lone Star" may technically be a spinoff of "9-1-1," but its Austin location and strong cast both work to make sure that the show carries a tone very much of its own. Though the series has featured stars like Liv Tyler and has a huge cast, it predominantly focuses on the firefighter family of Owen Strand (Rob Lowe) and his son, TK (Ronen Rubenstein). Season 2 also introduces viewers to Gwyn Morgan (Lisa Edelstein), TK's mother and Owen's ex-wife. 041b061a72