It's another season of challenge and turbulence for Tommy (Denis Leary) and the guys. This season, an arson investigation following the beach house fire targets Tommy; Janet (Andrea Roth) worries that her new baby doesn't like her; Tommy's daughter Colleen (Natalie Distler) runs away from home; and a not-guilty verdict is returned in Uncle Teddy's (Lenny Clarke) manslaughter trial. Also during Season 4 (2007), a beloved character commits suicide, and the crew from 62 Truck is savaged in the press for not being able to save seven children from dying in a tragic fire. Along with the full 13-episode Season 4 run, this set also includes six featurettes, 22 deleted scenes, a gag reel, and more.
This season seems to have cut waaaay back on the gratuitous sex scenes of previous years (hooray!). The current storylines of Season 4 might not be quite as impactful as those of the first three seasons, but I will always love the misadventures of Tommy Gavin and his fellow firefighters. This show rocks!
I've been a big fan of rescue me and have watched all four seasons and this season definately went down hill. I'd still recommend watching it if you're a fan of the show however don't expect too much. All of the other finales have left you wanting more and this one just simply ends like a basic episode (maybe something to do with the writers strike). Not really sure where they can pick up on season 5 but hopefully it will be better than this season.