Reno 911! Season 3

Release Date, Episode Guide

Reno 911! season 3 started airing on Tuesday, June 14, 2005. Get a brief email if and when the next season is announced. Make sure to come back to where we’ll have season recap and discussion.

List of Episodes

S3E1 Reno S.D. In & Out of Jail (4)

S3E2 American Dangle

S3E3 Cop School


S3E5 Eddie's Getaway

S3E6 The Prefect of Wanganui

S3E7 .. the Installation is Free

S3E8 The Hot Tub King

S3E9 Garcia's Girlfriend

S3E10 The Hummer

S3E11 Crime Scene Idiots

S3E12 The One That Got Away

most recent episode S3E13 Craig's Question (1)

How many episodes are in season 3 of Reno 911!?

The season consists of 13 episodes.


Critics Reviews

    As in many crime shows, especially Law & Order, the first arrest is fraudulent. Aided by his attorney, Howie Gold (Bill Camp), Terry springs a startling alibi while in prison: that he was attending a literary conference out of town on the day of the boy’s murder. Besides video proof supporting his alibi, there’s dozens of witnesses and a fingerprint he left on a book in a hotel lobby. Ralph’s certainty, cemented by his grief over his own son’s death a year earlier, begins to crack, and then something terrible happens that convinces him to look further into the Maitland case. Unexpectedly working with Howie and a private investigator, Alec Pelley (Jeremy Bobb), who in turn hires another private investigator, Holly Gibney (Cynthia Erivo), Ralph and his team uncover a chain of child murders across the country that are characterized simultaneously by iron-clad proof of guilt and innocence. Gibney, a socially awkward eccentric genius, eventually comes to believe that they’re dealing with a shapeshifter who feeds on grief. If the aughts represented a new golden age of television, then the following decade proved that the future of the medium lies in its ability to democractize via technological growth. Event television has replaced appointment television, as the sheer volume of content continues to balloon and more viewers shift to on-demand viewing. Our expectations, too, have evolved as the format bends and morphs to adapt to its new environment, with years-long gaps between ever-shorter seasons and shows once thought dead resurrected like zombies from our salad <...> - by Slant Magazine - Season 3 [Paul Schrodt]


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