[Warning: The following contains major spoilers for Season 4, Episode 1 of Station 19,’ Nothing looks the same. ]
If « nothing looks the same » on Station 19 – as the title of Season 4 premiere confirms – it may be because the story progresses rapidly in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, as firefighters discuss quarantine bubbles and deliver toilet paper to parents !
However, we get flashbacks that go back from where Season Three stopped, with Andy (Jana Lee Ortiz) coming face-to-face with her mother, Elena (Patricia de Leon), after decades of believing she was dead. Elena explains that she fled to New York City because she was not cut off to be a mother, she loved and resented her newborn daughter, became depressed and unsteady, and had no mental health support. She claims she wasn’t serious when she told Pruitt to tell Andy that she was dead, but apparently, Pruitt took advice.. Andy says, « My father decided it would be less painful for me to grieve for you than knowing you gave me up. ».
Fire of the Week, meanwhile, is a doze: a group of teens breaking quarantine trying to fix a roadside car, pouring petrol on the radiator, and sparking a fire. As the Station 19 crew fights the flames, Andy comes face to face with Robert (Boris Kodjo), from whom she is apparently separated.
You see, now that he’s caught stealing drugs from the utility van, Robert now works for Mavis, a private firefighting company that protects mansions from wildfires with the help of unpaid convicts. When he hears about brush fires, Robert gets out on bail from fellow Mavis and joins Station 19 at the scene.. Surprised Maya pushes him into action, and once the crisis is resolved, the team – Minos Robert – takes a victory tour across a suburban street as Seattle residents lined the sidewalk carrying handmade placards to show their gratitude.
Robert realized that it was not noble to assign convicts to work to put out the fires of the wealthy. He quit his job with Mavis and headed to the station to apologize to Maya. Expresses sincere remorse, and Maya accepts his apology.
Meanwhile, a flashback reveals once again that Robert and Andy didn’t break up sharply: Robert asked Andy for 90 days of separation so he could focus on his sobriety. He says, « I want to live a long life, and love you every minute of it. ».
Robert is at the station – as with all the other members of Station 19 – when Andy broadcasts a live broadcast of her father’s eulogy at Pruitt’s virtual memorial. « He set up a house at Station 19, and everyone under his roof was his child, » she says.. “He gave me a gift from a group of people that I feel are closer to them than any blood brother or sister.
In other news, Vic (Barrett Doss) has decided to move in with Travis (Jay Hayden), who might be able to use a friend after finding his father on a gay dating app.. (His father came? « Let me be your father. And Dean (Okieriete Onaodowan) thinks about quarantining with Sasha (Kristen Henry King), but he’s clearly still carrying a torch for Vic. Oh, mr. Niligan (Robert Picardo) – a patient with hypochondria from Season 14 of Gray’s Anatomy – appears at the station begging for a COVID-19 test. Backward humor, folks!
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