911 Lone Star Season 3 Episode 15: Release Date | Spoilers | Promo | Photos [Updated]

911: Lone Star Season 3 Episode 15

9-1-1: Lone Star season 3 episode 15  will release on April 25, 2022, on Fox. As we approach closer to the end of the season we anticipate that there will be many more challenges and barriers. One guest star will appear in Episode 15 Dave is played by Dominic Burgess. The situation is about to become tense.

Captain Tommy Vega, a paramedic deals with her brother-in-visit law’s in “Impulse Control.” When Julius (Nathan Owens) visits town for his nieces’ birthdays, it becomes emotional when he and Tommy talk about how he missed his brother Charles’ (Derek Webster) burial. He went, he admits to Tommy, but he was unable to enter. The two kiss, then agree that it didn’t happen and won’t happen again. But while he’s in town, he’ll be staying with her and her girls. read the recap below. After seeing what you saw tonight, it’s only natural to want to know when 9-1-1: Lone Star season 3 episode 15 will air. when the show will return and, more importantly, where things will go from here. We (www.tvacute.com) are going to tell you everything we know thus far about the 911: Lone Star Season 3 Episode 15.

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911: Lone Star Season 3 Episode 15 Spoilers

“Down to Clown” is the title of an upcoming episode. This episode is going to be very exciting, the team will find itself in a busy state. Along with this, they will also deal with some of their personal issues. We will see Owen’s attempts to cope with his anger control issues. He’ll wind up having a breakthrough during a treatment session as a result of this. After a distressing emergency call, Grace seeks the help of a coworker, but she is dismayed. she will be deeply disappointed by an offer made by Judd when it turns out to be more than she bargained for. Another emergency will occur at a small boy’s birthday party, according to the synopsis. Some unfortunate clowns will be involved in this particular emergency. Things will not go well for a survivalist, after a disastrous encounter with a snake. Tommy, T.K., and Nancy will have to race against the clock to help this survivalist get out of this predicament.

911: Lone Star Episode 3.15 Synopsis: Facing his anger management issues, Owen has a breakthrough in therapy. Then, after a particularly devastating emergency call, Grace reaches out to a co-worker, but regrets when Judd offers more than she was planning. Also, a clown has an emergency at a young boy’s birthday party and Tommy, T.K. and Nancy race to help a survivalist who has a painful encounter with a reptile

911: Lone Star Season 3 Episode 15 Release Time

9-1-1: Lone Star season 3 episode 15 is set to air on April 25, 2022, at 8 pm ET on Fox. The last episode is likely to last about 43 minutes.

Where can I watch 9-1-1: Lone Star Season 3 Episode 15?

Cable TV subscribers can watch ‘9-1-1: Lone Star’ season 3 episode 15 live on Fox at the aforementioned timeslot. You can watch it online with your valid cable provider login credentials after it airs on TV on Fox’s official website or the Fox Now app. The episodes are also shown on cable-free platforms like YouTube TV, FuboTV, and DirecTV, which don’t have a TV set. Subscribers to Hulu can watch the show soon after it airs on the original network. There are also VOD services like Apple TV, iTunes, and Amazon Prime Video that allow you to buy or rent episodes of TV shows.

911 Lone Star Season 3 Episode 15 Cast

Cast: Rob Lowe as Owen Strand; Gina Torres as Tommy Vega; Ronen Rubinstein as T.K. Strand; Sierra McClain as Grace Ryder; Jim Parrack as Judd Ryder; Natacha Karam as Marjan Marwani; Brian Michael Smith as Paul Strickland; Rafael Silva as Carlos Reyes; Julian Works as Mateo Chavez; Brianna Baker as Nancy Gillian  Guest Star:  Dominic Burgess as Dave.

Why does Dave have such a familiar appearance?

While back on the job, dispatcher Grace (Sierra McClain) invites a traumatized co-worker (Dominic Burgess) to dinner in 911 Lone Star Season 3 Episode 15, which turns into an unexpectedly lengthy stay, fire captain Owen (Rob Lowe) has a breakthrough in anger-management therapy.

911 Lone Star Season 3 Episode 15 Cast

Dominic Burgess is an English actor who was born on July 29, 1982. Burgess’ first TV credit was as Agorax, a game show competitor, on the BBC flagship series Doctor Who, which became a worldwide phenomenon. Raising Hope, Star Trek: Picard, The Flash, and Feud: Bette and Joan are just a few of the television commercials and series in which he has appeared. Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, and The Leftovers were among his subsequent appearances. Burgess’ depiction of Victor Buono in Ryan Murphy’s Feud garnered him media attention and accolades.

911 Lone Star Season 3 Episode 15 Photos

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A man is enraged by the nearby drive-thru. As his wife and son sit in the car, he crawls through the window. He becomes stranded. To get him out of the window, Owen and the team are summoned. Tommy gives her twins a birthday party. She is concerned that kids will be sad because they are alone without their fathers. Uncle Julius comes. Tommy is irritated that he would show up uninvited. He was unable to attend his own brother’s funeral. The next day, Jud calls Tommy at work to see if Julius has arrived. Meanwhile, after overhearing Owen the other night with the man trapped in the drive-thru window, Marj challenges him about his therapy and mental health. Owen assures her that he is OK and has completed his therapy. He then abruptly terminates the conversation. At his son’s wrestling match, the guy who was recently stuck in the drive-thru loses it and strikes the youngster his son was wrestling. When Owen and the team arrive, they glimpse the man from behind and immediately recognize him.

He’s trapped in some metal seating this time. They’ll have to remove him. Owen presents his therapist with a card. When the man’s pants split, he is mortified. Tommy summons Julius after speaking with her girls to discuss the possibility of him seeing them again. After he comes, she takes a couple of shots to vent to him about how good his life was and how Charles loved him unconditionally. However, he was unable to attend his own brother’s burial. Julius admits that he did attend the burial, but that he was unable to exit the vehicle. He is consoled by her. He kisses her on the lips. She takes a breather. and then agree that it didn’t happen and won’t happen again He apologizes and walks away. Owen and Katherine eat lunch together. He expresses his gratitude for her presence. He expresses regret for the misidentification incident. He expresses his continued love for her. He needs to work on his anger issues, but she does. He denies having any problems. She promises to contact him when he finds therapy. When Al, a man with rage issues, and his family are driving down the highway, another automobile comes up behind them. He accelerates by consuming a beer. Before tossing his beer at their windshield, the man displays them a revolver.

After that, he flips his truck. It starts to burn. They stand there, terrified, watching. Their vehicle collides with another. Owen and the rest of the crew arrive. They assist the inebriated motorist. Al is irritated. His family has been hurt. As the inebriated man is placed into the ambulance, Al pulls out a revolver and shoots him. Owen asks why he’s holding the gun in his hand. He informs Owen that the man has harmed his family. Later, depressed and defeated, the new arrives at headquarters. Owen expresses his gratitude to his team for their efforts. Mateo invites Nancy out for coffee after seeing how upset she is about the shooting. Tommy discovers this when she enters at the end of the play and Julius is telling her girls a narrative about Charles that she was unaware of. Tommy invites Julius back into their lives full-time. Owen, on the other hand, is in therapy. He admits to his therapist that he is enraged.

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