Tacoma FD Season 5 is to Premiere on truTV
Tacoma FD is an American comedy television series that premiered on March 28, 2019, on truTV.
The Crew welcomes Mickleberry, a new probie to the shift, but they quickly realize a funny name is not a good reason for picking a new Firefighter.
The Crew hopes to return to their burned-down station, but must convince a reluctant Eddie to join them… and exercise a few demons in the process.
Our Firefighters are out on a call when the unthinkable happens: a fire breaks out at home Station 24.
The annual TFD Pickleball Tournament is underway; Terry & Eddie's team are long-running-and-very-cocky station champs, but the crew has plans to finally take them and their attitudes down.
It's Thanksgiving Day in the Station, and per usual, Terry wants to do everything his way. But no one gets their way once an engine breaks down, summoning Spatchcock, the most irritating mechanic at the TFD.
Eddie learns his divorce lawyer was never really a lawyer, and thus learns that his multiple divorces were never finalized. Meanwhile, the Crew chips in for the latest model 'Pedalton' bike for the station but all fall for the same trainer.
When Lucy's secret date with TPD Officer Shuck ends in embarrassment, the Firefighters and the Local Police struggle to manage the aftermath.
When Terry throws out his back, Eddie becomes the interim Chief. Terry gets jealous of how much fun everyone is having without him. Eddie soon realizes Chiefing is a serious job and being Chief may not be as fun as he first thought.
Terry is serious about his "No Station Birthday Parties" policy, but the Crew is set on ignoring it upon finding out it's Andy's 9th Leap Year birthday. Pulling it off might be mission impossible.
A technical upgrade at Station 24 introduces Inferna, a new AI, intended to improve the station's efficiency and safety. Eddie grows suspicious of Inferna's true agenda while Chief enjoys robot-delivered snacks.
The station receives a sexual harassment complaint, requiring the Crew to participate in a sexual bias seminar. Eddie falls for the teacher and tries to navigate the thorny process of how to pick up the Sexual Bias Trainer.
A fantastic episode where we flashback to how Terry and Vicky met/were set up by Eddie as a prank years ago. As they rattle off their tales to Lucy, it's clear Terry, Eddie and Vicky all have very different memories.
It's time for the annual firehouse chili cook-off, and everyone is excited to impress the Chief with their own, unique recipe, but Judge Terry is rather affected by his wisdom teeth surgery this morning and the drugs.
Lucy graduates to official Firefighter if she can survive the gang's pranks. She insists they don't go easy just because she's Chief's daughter.
The gang is quarantined at the station after being exposed to a potentially infected Capuchin monkey on an emergency call. Everyone deals in their own way.
The holiday season has arrived at the firehouse and everyone is feeling jolly.. except for Eddie. In order to get good year-end reviews, Lucy, Andy, Ike, and Granny try their hardest to get him in the Christmas spirit. Meanwhile, Chief has a special gift for him that just might do the trick.
It's a spooky evening for the crew when they have to answer a call at a haunted house. While they navigate the haunted halls looking for the source of the fire, each of them must confront their greatest fears.
As the Firefighter's Ball rages on, things go off the rails for the crew. Terry and Eddie battle it out while stuck in an elevator, Ike deals with an out of control Andy after he has a few too many drinks, Lucy struggles to get alone time with her date away from his mother and Wolf Boykins, and Granny finds a way to ease the tension with his date.
Terry learns some sexy new dance moves to impress Vicky at the fireman's ball. Ike volunteers to be Andy's wingman, and Lucy discovers her date is more like his mother than she realized. Meanwhile Eddie finds out he is up for a big promotion, but will Terry blow it for him before he gets a chance?.
Ike's mean twin brother Mike pays him a visit and asks for a life-changing favor. Meanwhile, the crew takes DNA tests; Granny discovers his Jewish heritage and Terry is devastated to learn that Lucy's genes are more Penisi than McConky.
When Lucy gets injured on the job, Eddie is tasked with heading a peer counseling session that leads the crew to learn more about themselves. Terry is forced to confront the dangers of his daughter working as a firefighter and Andy comes to terms with a shocking family secret.
Wolf Boykins returns to lead the fire station choir, the Ex-SING-guishers. Eddie teases Granny for joining the group but soon finds himself vying for a spot as the lead whistler. Lucy, meanwhile, convinces Chief to let her look for a more female-friendly uniform.
Station 24 has been selected to create public service announcements for the city, forcing the gang to work together with the muscled and movie-star handsome C-Team and their newest transfer, Lucy's old friend Delilah. Meanwhile,Terry buys a gas-guzzling truck and Eddie can't help but take him for a ride.
When Fire Commissioner Eddie Penisi, Sr. shows up at the station unannounced, Eddie and Terry vie for his approval while the "commish" cunningly drives them further apart. Meanwhile, the rest of the gang embraces their inner nerd playing D&D to win the acceptance of their own illustrious dungeon master.
Longing for another female friend, Lucy convinces Chief McConky to transfer firefighter Delilah Dunn to the station. Threatened by their female force, the guys on the crew desperately attempt to find a macho match to their energy. Meanwhile, Eddie takes Councilwoman Price for a walk on the wild side.
Councilwoman Price tells Terry to find the author of an anonymous firefighter blog from the station and shut it down. With everyone a suspect, no one can be trusted. How quickly will they turn on each other? Who will crack? And Whodunnit?
When a perverted arsonist strikes Tacoma, the TPD and the TFD must put aside their rivalries to solve the case. To everyone's surprise, the two crews discover they are not as different as they think, but how long can the lovefest last?
Let's get ready to.. GAMBLE! As Eddie prepares to become a Dad, the rest of the Tacoma FD crew's wagering is out of control, forcing Terry to ban all gambling from the firehouse. As a result, the crew finds creative ways to bet behind Chief's back, causing Lucy to fall into a hole of debt she can't climb out from!.
It's the anniversary of Terry busting a nut to save Eddie's life and the biggest football game of the year! But the party gets interrupted when a fire breaks out at a local weed dispensary - which at least ends the day on a high note!
When the police captain catches Eddie sleeping with his wife days before the Tacoma FD/PD charity boxing match, he challenges Eddie to be the main event; Eddie takes the challenge but doesn't train, while has the crew fearing a bloodbath.
When Councilwoman Price tries to take nudity out of the annual Firefighters' Beefcake Calendar, the crew must get creative to maintain the integrity of its sexy (and oily) tradition.
Eddie runs into his cradle-robbing first love and must decide whether to rekindle his romance with the sexy senior citizen. Then, Granny and Lucy compete to win the affections of an androgynous dispatcher and Terry discovers moisturizer.
FD braces for a night of insane full moon rescue calls; Eddie and Granny go on active appendage duty; Ike gets bitten into an altered state.
Andy's big welcome from a different team of firefighters has him questioning his place within his own crew; Eddie spars with a new top chef at the station to win the annual pancake cook-off.
The Tacoma FD's negligence during a firehouse school trip makes Councilwoman Price so angry she orders the guys to complete a training re-certification with an old nemesis who's just itching to fail them.
The crew is assigned their first ever female firefighter, Lucy, sending the firehouse into a gender confused tailspin. When Chief puts the clamp on rookie hazing, the guys try to engage in their old traditions anyway only to find that Lucy is a force to be reckoned with.
Andy and Ike's misstep on a call to a Tacoma police officer's house fans the flames of the FD's long-standing feud with the PD. Chief tries to keep a lid on the dispute, but all goes awry as his crew wages a tit-for-tat war with the cops.
Tacoma FD's newest chief, Terry McConky, is under scrutiny by the city council to get serious about his station's ratings. Meanwhile, Terry's crew puts his job in jeopardy by engaging in a ridiculous competition for a super sawft prize.