Let's face it, the first responders on 9-1-1 never have a dull day.
Ryan Murphy's latest hit, a series so far outside the realm of what we're used to from the television genius, never slows down.
That's because like Law & Order: SVU, it pulls its inspiration from actual 911 calls.
There is a neverending supply of crazy, sad, and traumatic stories for 9-1-1 to cover with an equal supply of heartwarming stories that come with a happy ending.
Thank GOD not all 9-1-1 calls end in tragedy!
When the moon is full, though, all bets are OFF!
Athena and Hen are working together on a call for appears to be a guy on bath salts. Remember those things? When the country was alive with news stories about people eating their jacked up friends?
How is that a fun high? Anyone? Bueller? The look on their faces as the dude is on the attack is nothing short of hilarious, and Athena's words afterward are pure gold.
And thank you, whoever you are, for putting the two ladies together on a call. Athena cannot face all battles alone. Especially a face eating monster during a full moon!
After learning a bit from Bobby about the folklore associated with the full moon, Buck takes the hands-off approach when a woman goes into labor. It seems like Buck knows a thing or two about full moons, too, such as they might force a woman into early labor!
That might be scary, but there is a bit of a kiss inside the preview below that will surely ease young Buck's pain.
Let's just hope Bobby takes more of Buck's hands off approach when it comes to Abby.
We all saw the fireworks shooting above his head when he saw who Buck was dating, right?
Don't get me wrong; I think Bobby and Abby would be a perfect pair (148 murders aside), but Bobby needs to stand back and let Buck's nature take its course. If Abby decides she's not into Buck or would like a man her age, then it will happen when appropriate.
For now, take a look at this crazy dazy preview and watch 9-1-1 online if you need a repeat of all the amazing rescues that have already occurred on this Fox hit.
Fear not, 9-1-1 returns on February 28 at 9/8c. Be there!