The 911 season 3 premiere is airing on Monday, September 23, and we kind of love how the title of this in “Kids Today” harkens back to something that people grumble to themselves under their breath. Generational conflict is certainly a thing, as we know that there are plenty of adults who have a degree of scorn towards younger people and vice-versa.
So how does this end up actually factoring into the premiere? Based on the 911 season 3 premiere synopsis, we have a little bit more of an idea as to what is coming up next:
Athena enlists the 118’s help when a teenager speeds out of control on the freeway. Meanwhile, a routine traffic stop uncovers a shocking kidnapping and Buck struggles with his recovery in the all-new “Kids Today” season premiere episode of 9-1-1 airing Monday, Sept. 23 (8:00-9:01 PM ET/PT) on FOX. (NIN-301) (TV-14 L, V)
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What is surprising about this synopsis is that there have been teases aplenty as of late on the new season featuring a massive tidal wave at the Santa Monica Pier. We have to think that this is a part of the story somehow … right? If there isn’t, we have a feeling that this will be a tremendous disappointment for a lot of people out there. Let’s just remember for a moment that it’s the crazy rescues that drive a lot of casual viewers to this show time and time again. (Of course, it’s possible the premiere features it and it’s not being described here, or that it will be coming in the second episode.)
As for some of the other stuff that is coming up for the characters, we imagine that Buck’s recovery will continue to play a key role in the narrative for some time. After all, it’s one of the few major storylines that was left behind from season 2, which by and large was tied up nicely elsewhere.
What do you want to see when it comes to the 911 season 3 premiere?
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