What do you want to see when it comes to 9-1-1 season 3 episode 6? Think in terms of a Halloween episode airing next week! The title here is “Monsters,” and that should give you at least some sense of what is coming. If not that, then think about some of the crazy stuff that tends to happen around the holiday.
There are a lot of weird things that can happen around October 31, and we think that in general, it has to be one of the hardest times in which to work in this field. You’re dealing, more or less, with a number of stupid people who are doing questionable stuff to themselves and others. Maybe not all of the wounds among people in crisis are self-inflicted within this episode, but some may be — but for the first responders here, they have to treat this just like any other crisis.
Below, CarterMatt offers up the full 9-1-1 season 3 episode 5 synopsis with some more information as to what’s coming up:
Athena and the 118 respond to bizarre emergency calls on Halloween, including a flock of crows terrorizing a field trip, an office employee having a close encounter with an eight-limbed creature and a ghost-like girl wandering a neighborhood. Meanwhile, Maddie remains convinced that she is doing the right thing in taking a 9-1-1 call into her own hands in the all-new “Monsters” episode of 9-1-1 airing Monday, Oct. 28 (8:00-9:01 PM ET/PT) on FOX. (NIN-307) (TV-14 D, L, V)
Out of these storylines, the Maddie one is going to be the most personal. We do think that it can be good to be invested in your work … but what happens when you start to put yourself in danger because of this? There is an upside but also a very-clear downside, and both of these factors have to be weighed in some shape or form.
What do you want to see when it comes to 9-1-1 season 3 episode 6?
To go along with that, which one of these crises sounds the most intimidating? Be sure to share right now in the comments, and remember to stick around for some other news. (Photo: Fox.)
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