If you thought the tsunami was big, wait until you watch 9-1-1 Season 3, Episode 8. It looks like someone isn’t making it out alive.
We have had some serious close calls over the last two seasons and seven episodes of 9-1-1. Now it looks like we’re going to lose someone close to one of our own. Here’s what to expect in 9-1-1 Season 3, Episode 8 and how to watch the episode live.
Titled “Malfunction,” this episode is being promoted as the most unforgettable one of the season. And the promo certainly lives up to that.
Whatever is going on, it’s clear that someone close to one of our own is in danger. Hen is being pulled away from a scene, distraught at the situation. Could it be possible that either her wife or son is in trouble?
This wouldn’t be the first time the show kills off someone close to our own members. Not only did the series start with the story of Bobby’s family, but last season Eddie had to go through the loss of his ex-wife. However, I don’t feel like we’d got to know Eddie’s ex enough to feel as bas as we will if something happens to someone Hen cares about.
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Meanwhile, there are multiple intriguing emergences the teams are going called out to. One of those involves a self-driving car. Is it technology gone wrong or will someone have hacked into the system?
Then there’s a focus on the after-hours fight club that’s happening. What happens in fight club stays in fight club, but that rule may not be followed soon. Just how deep is Eddie getting to get out his rage?
Check out the promo and synopsis for 9-1-1 Season 3, Episode 8.
Emergencies include a skating mishap at an ice show, an accident involving a self-driving car and a fulfillment warehouse robot going rogue. Meanwhile, Eddie’s after-hours fight club gets out-of-control and Hen struggles in her relationship with Karen.
There’s no need to worry about missing out on tonight’s all-new episode. Here are all the live streaming details you need to watch 9-1-1‘s “Malfunction.”