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Rape scene in `Rescue Me' troubling
TV: Controversy over sex scene in 'Rescue Me' rages on - The Salt Lake Tribune
Sure, Tommy Gavin, the bad-boy firefighter at the heart of the FX drama, has done awful things in the past. But when he raped his estranged wife, Gavin played by "Rescue Me" co-creator Denis Leary hit a sickening new low. On the June 20 episode of "Rescue Me," Gavin had a conversation with his estranged wife about how to split up their possessions. The conversation grew heated, and he became violent with her, shoved her on the couch and forced her to have sex with him.
''Rescue Me'': Sheila's bad-sex defense
On ''Rescue Me,'' Tommy goes along with Sheila's lie that he torched the beach house after failing as a man; plus, Colleen disappears. In luxury! In the opening confrontation between Tommy and Sheila in her well-appointed apartment, Sheila met his demand for the truth about the fire punctuated by the smashing of tchotchkes with a sobbing faux confession that cast him as both an impotent, lamp-smashing drunk and a heroic would-be rescuer. Did he acquiesce simply because her story provided a plausible defense against arson charges as Cousin Eddie loudly and gleefully pointed out later on , or did he find himself outmatched by a superior tale spinner? Her talent for brazen manipulation is indisputable remember her season 2 pregnancy?
This is an archived article that was published on sltrib. It is provided only for personal research purposes and may not be reprinted. Six days after the episode aired, debate among TV critics, bloggers and fans about last week's ''Rescue Me'' has yet to subside.