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Dexter's life will be forever changed now that Deb knows the shocking truth about what he really is.
The prospect of their dad inheriting a fortune brings Tommy’s estranged sister, Maggie, back home.
Tommy is enlisted to talk his nephew, Damien, out of becoming a firefighter.
Chief Perrolli agrees to take Tommy back, on the condition that all of 62 Truck’s firefighters want him.
The death of his mother forces Tommy to take responsibility for his increasingly unstable dad.
As Janet holds him responsible for their son’s death, Tommy hatches a deadly revenge scheme with his dad and Uncle Teddy.
Tommy and Mickey uncover proof that their half-brother is a child molester.
As another plea for money reveals that Janet has been lying to Tommy, Sean tries to make amends with Laura.
Stealing Janet’s antidepressants transforms Tommy into a new man.
As Franco considers being a single dad, Tommy has second thoughts about standing in Janet’s way.
As Tommy learns the truth about Sheila’s pregnancy, Sean discovers that the woman he’s dating is a firebug.
After stashing his kids with his father, Tommy looks for a place to live and a new drug supply.
As a party forces Jerry to face his feelings about his gay son, Tommy’s efforts to hide his children unravel.
As Laura files a formal complaint against Lou, Tommy returns to 62 Truck.
With Chief Perrolli looking to make sure Tommy stays clean, the Gavin brothers learn about their dad’s secret family.
Tommy joins a fireman’s barbershop quartet as a way to track down Janet and the kids.
Exiled to a quiet Staten Island firehouse as a result of his responsibility for Franco’s injuries, Tommy looks for a way to get back to 62 Truck.
As Tommy prepares for a hockey game against the police, suspicions at work about him and Sheila are confirmed; Sean looks for a way to dump a bad kisser, while Jerry learns the truth about his wife’s ill health.
As he learns that a woman is being assigned to the firehouse, Tommy looks to avenge Billy Warren’s death.