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The Best Episodes of Sirens

Every episode of Sirens ranked from best to worst. Let's dive into the Best Episodes of Sirens!

A comedy that follows three Chicago EMTs who despite their narcissistic and self-destructive personalities are uniquely qualified to save lives.

Network:USA Network

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The best episode of "Sirens" is "Shotgun Wedding", rated 8/10 from 97 user votes. It was directed by Richie Keen and written by Erik Durbin. "Shotgun Wedding" aired on 5/1/2014 and is rated 0.1 point(s) higher than the second highest rated, "The Finger".

  • Shotgun Wedding
    8.0/10 97 votes

    #1 - Shotgun Wedding

    Season 1 Episode 10 - Aired 2014-05-01

    Theresa has a brush with death on the job and resolves to join the FBI in Washington. When Johnny proposes marriage to keep her in Chicago, they must overcome a series of catastrophes and mishaps to get to the altar.

    Director: Richie Keen

    Writer: Erik Durbin

  • The Finger
    7.9/10 102 votes

    #2 - The Finger

    Season 1 Episode 6 - Aired 2014-04-03

    Johnny introduces Theresa to his father and is taken aback when his Dad drops a bomb of a secret on him. Elsewhere, Brian struggles to find the right moves to put on his work crush, while Hank gets a new father figure that he never planned for.

    Director: N/A

    Writer: N/A

  • Johnny Nightingale
    7.9/10 98 votes

    #3 - Johnny Nightingale

    Season 2 Episode 2 - Aired 2015-01-27

    The murky relationship between the caregiver and the cared-for is exposed when Johnny encounters an overly grateful patient and Brian agrees to escort an injured young woman to her prom.

    Director: Michael Blieden

    Writer: Erik Durbin

  • All the Single Ladies
    7.9/10 88 votes

    #4 - All the Single Ladies

    Season 2 Episode 5 - Aired 2015-02-10

    Johnny and Hank are horrified when they find out they have to ride along on Brian's first night shift.

    Director: Richie Keen

    Writer: Annabel Oakes

  • Rachel McAdams Topless
    7.8/10 133 votes

    #5 - Rachel McAdams Topless

    Season 1 Episode 3 - Aired 2014-03-13

    A patient knocking on death's door pleads with the guys to go back to his house and clear the search history on his computer. After they stumble across a troubling image on the computer screen, the guys can’t get it out of their heads. Meanwhile, Johnny remembers that Theresa has his iPad and it contains things that he wishes he could clear.

    Director: John Fortenberry

    Writer: Jim Serpico, Tom Sellitti

  • Till Jeff Do Us Part
    7.8/10 96 votes

    #6 - Till Jeff Do Us Part

    Season 1 Episode 7 - Aired 2014-04-10

    Johnny steps up for his friend when Hank gets an invitation to his Ex’s wedding, while Theresa has trouble seeing eye to eye with a wedding guest. Meanwhile, Brian learns a new job skill.

    Director: Jason Ensler

    Writer: Erik Durbin

  • Superdick
    7.7/10 105 votes

    #7 - Superdick

    Season 2 Episode 1 - Aired 2015-01-27

    When the guys save a landlord with a nut allergy, Johnny finds the perfect apartment to share with Theresa, and his relationship with her enters a new "territory." Brian tries to understand his relationship with Voodoo.

    Director: Jaime Eliezer Karas

    Writer: Erik Durbin

  • Screw the One Percent
    7.7/10 86 votes

    #8 - Screw the One Percent

    Season 2 Episode 6 - Aired 2015-02-24

    Johnny must deal with his prejudice against rich, white men when Hank begins dating his landlord; Billy helps Brian work through heartbreak.

    Director: Richie Keen

    Writer: Mark Blecha

  • Sub-Primal Fears
    7.7/10 71 votes

    #9 - Sub-Primal Fears

    Season 2 Episode 13 - Aired 2015-04-14

    In the Season 2 finale, the guys treat a man who fears hospitals. In other events, Brian confronts his fear of moving out; and Johnny has a fear realized when Billy temporarily moves in with him and Theresa.

    Director: Steve Pink

    Writer: Annabel Oakes

  • Briandipity
    7.6/10 94 votes

    #10 - Briandipity

    Season 2 Episode 3 - Aired 2015-02-03

    The guys consider ideas of fate and serendipity when random events occur; Johnny is upset to learn that Theresa does not believe destiny had a hand in their being together.

    Director: Michael Blieden

    Writer: Spencer Sloan

  • Transcendual
    7.6/10 90 votes

    #11 - Transcendual

    Season 2 Episode 4 - Aired 2015-02-03

    The guys treat an overly-ambitious gym rat; Johnny and Hank get free passes at a health club; Voodoo tests Brian's limits.

    Director: Richie Keen

    Writer: Annabel Oakes

  • Let Pythons Be Pythons
    7.6/10 83 votes

    #12 - Let Pythons Be Pythons

    Season 2 Episode 7 - Aired 2015-03-03

    A car crash at a firehouse releases an unusual passenger; and Billy accompanies Theresa and Maeve to a sample sale.

    Director: John Enbom

    Writer: Sarah Walker

  • Balls
    7.6/10 77 votes

    #13 - Balls

    Season 2 Episode 10 - Aired 2015-03-24

    Johnny, Theresa, Billy and Maeve begin to play tennis together; Cash helps Hank shop for his mother's birthday gift; Brian rides along with Voodoo and Stats.

    Director: Bob Fisher

    Writer: Spencer Sloan

  • Charbroiled
    7.5/10 80 votes

    #14 - Charbroiled

    Season 2 Episode 9 - Aired 2015-03-17

    A drunken brawl among sports fans reverberates at a family barbecue, where disputes occur over a new gas grill.

    Director: John Enbom

    Writer: Ken Rogerson

  • Itsy Bitsy Spider
    7.4/10 96 votes

    #15 - Itsy Bitsy Spider

    Season 1 Episode 8 - Aired 2014-04-17

    After it's revealed that Hank is deathly afraid of spiders and Brian comes face-to-face with his suicidal doppleganger, everyone examines their own fears, and Johnny gets payback for all the practical jokes he’s played.

    Director: Steven K. Tsuchida

    Writer: Ken Rogerson

  • Hypocritical Oath
    7.4/10 77 votes

    #16 - Hypocritical Oath

    Season 2 Episode 8 - Aired 2015-03-10

    After saving a local mobster, Brian encourages the guys to make changes in the rig. Hank considers the worst person he has ever helped. Billy looks for a neighborhood pony.

    Director: Jaime Eliezer Karas

    Writer: Sarah Walker

  • Famous Last Words
    7.3/10 109 votes

    #17 - Famous Last Words

    Season 1 Episode 4 - Aired 2014-03-20

    A dying man’s last words inspire Johnny to have the first conversation he’s had with his dad in seven years. Elsewhere, a determined Brian takes Hank on a quest to communicate the dead man’s final message to a long lost love.

    Director: Michael Blieden

    Writer: Bob Fisher, Denis Leary

  • Alcohol Related Injury
    7.3/10 112 votes

    #18 - Alcohol Related Injury

    Season 1 Episode 5 - Aired 2014-03-27

    After a drunken hook up, Johnny and Theresa decide they can have "just sex" so long as they establish clear ground rules. Meanwhile, the guys treat injuries resulting from a drunken backyard game of illegal "Jarts", one of which allows Brian to start checking items off his EMT “bucket list.”

    Director: John Fortenberry

    Writer: Bob Fisher, Denis Leary

  • There's No ''I'' in Cream
    7.3/10 94 votes

    #19 - There's No ''I'' in Cream

    Season 1 Episode 9 - Aired 2014-04-24

    While teaching a class to prospective EMTs, the crew recalls a day that ran the gamut from the mundane to the catastrophic, and Johnny tries to find out who ate last the donut.

    Director: Steven K. Tsuchida

    Writer: Josh Lieb

  • Six Feet Over/Under
    7.3/10 72 votes

    #20 - Six Feet Over/Under

    Season 2 Episode 11 - Aired 2015-03-31

    Johnny and his mom deal with his dad's slipping into a coma in very different ways: He tries to repay an old debt while she places bets on what time her former husband will die. In other events, the guys can't rid themselves of an unfortunate earworm.

    Director: Richie Keen

    Writer: Bob Fisher, Denis Leary

  • A Bitch Named Karma
    7.2/10 132 votes

    #21 - A Bitch Named Karma

    Season 1 Episode 2 - Aired 2014-03-06

    A lightning strike at a church picnic gets the guys to start thinking about how there’s no justice in sickness and injury, because like it or not, the “rain falls equally on the just and the unjust.” After a discussion of karma, the guys volunteer to teach CPR to disadvantaged kids only to later be given killer Bears tickets for the same day they’re supposed to teach.

    Director: Michael Blieden

    Writer: Bob Fisher, Denis Leary

  • No Love
    7.2/10 68 votes

    #22 - No Love

    Season 2 Episode 12 - Aired 2015-04-07

    After observing the respect that Theresa receives on the job, Johnny gets the guys to revive an old program in order to get a little respect for EMTs.

    Director: Steve Pink

    Writer: Erik Durbin

  • Pilot
    7.1/10 156 votes

    #23 - Pilot

    Season 1 Episode 1 - Aired 2014-03-06

    While Brian has his first day on the rig, Johnny runs into Theresa for the first time since they took "a break," and Hank and the guys discuss their "In Case of Emergency" contacts.

    Director: Victor Nelli Jr.

    Writer: N/A