New Stills From ‘9-1-1: Lone Star’ Winter Finale Season 2, Episode 8 “Bad Call” Released!

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The winter finale of FOX’s 9-1-1: Lone Star is less than a week away, and FOX has finally released the first stills from the episode! And while the synopsis for the winter finale, released over a week ago, hints at separate and unconnected calls and Carlos working with his Texas Ranger father on a case, the photos and the promo tell a different story.

The official synopsis for the Lone Star winter finale, “Bad Call,” reads:

“A bank robbery, an apartment fire and a pregnant woman lost in a parking garage are the seemingly unconnected calls to which the 126 responds.  Then, T.K. celebrates his one-year anniversary of sobriety, while Owen and Gwyn may not make it to the end of the week as a couple. Also, Carlos finds himself working on a case with his Texas Ranger father.”

In the 17 new photos just released, while the 126 respond to a call at a burning building, Tommy and Nancy are being held at gunpoint as they’re forced to save someone’s life. Notably missing is the 126’s newest paramedic, T.K., who was also seen being held at gunpoint in the promo for the episode.

Find out what happens in the winter finale of 9-1-1: Lone Star, “Bad Call,” this Monday, March 8 at 9 p.m. ET/8 p.m. CT on FOX, following the winter finale of 9-1-1!

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