In Their Own Words (Third Watch)
- In Their Own Words (Third Watch)
Infobox Television episode
Title=In Their Own Words
Airdate=October 15, 2001
Prev=...And Zeus Wept
"In Their Own Words" is the 45th episode of the television series "Third Watch" and is a special episode of the 3rd season.
Details of this Special
This was a special non-fiction episode which told, in their own words, the real stories of the police officers, firefighters, paramedics, emergency services personnel, and their families in the aftermath of 9/11/01. The regular starring cast members did brief introductions to each of this documentary's segments, which featured the real police officers, firefighters, paramedics, and emergency services personnel who work as part-time technical advisors and cast members in the production of every regular "Third Watch" episode.
*This episode has only aired twice, the first being its original air date and the second was on the first anniversary of the attacks, where it aired on A&E.
*On March 27, 2002, this episode received the prestigious George Foster Peabody Award for Excellence in Broadcasting.
*Molly Price, who plays Faith Yokas, did not do a segment introduction. Since her husband is a firefighter who was involved in the rescue operation, she was interviewed in one of the segments.
* List of Third Watch episodes
* [http://www.tv.com/third-watch/in-their-own-words/episode/122836/summary.html?tag=ep_list;ep_title;0 In Their Own Words] at tv.com
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