The drama series “Station 19” takes viewers on an exciting trip into the lives of Seattle’s best firefighters. Season 5 is about to hit screens, and the show’s high-stakes rescues, dramatic personal conflicts, and steadfast friendship have kept viewers hooked all these years. Station 19’s gallant crew, led by the indomitable Captain Robert Sullivan, bravely faces the dangers of their dangerous job every day.
Station 19 Season Finale ( Recap)
How incorrect Fergie was with her song “A Little Party Killed Nobody” In the Season 6 conclusion of Station 19, “Firefighter’s Ball,” one series regular was killed, another was nearly killed, and the fate of a third was put in serious doubt. There were already problems with the party before Kitty saw the smoke. Ben dreaded the ceremony where he would be awarded the Medal of Valor.
Ross’s nomination of Andy as Station 19’s new captain infuriated Sullivan to the point where he ended his relationship with the chief. Theo ended things with Vic in an aggressive bid for the Most Intolerable Character award. And there was Jack’s blind date with the chaos. He preferred caring for the waitress Nanette, who was eight months pregnant and planning to place her child for adoption because Kate was such a bore.
When she entered labor, Gibson volunteered to take her to Grey Sloan Medical Center. He had to fetch his keys from the coat closet, but what he saw there made him cringe—intimate kissing between Theo and Kate.
(You can officially claim the Most Tolerable Award, Ruiz.) As time passed, Andy and union president Drew Ferris (Riley Smith, from Nancy Drew) discovered that the hotel’s dance floor was likely to collapse. They could not safely get everyone to the electric slide, and several people, including Ross, Kate, Dixon, and Nanette, were killed. Even after striking his head, Jack nearly fell but was rescued Hard Again.
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Carina and Ben rushed to the kitchen after Nanette was freed to save the infant and the mother. It appeared that the newborn survived, but Nanette’s situation was more precarious. (Could Grey’s Anatomy’s Jo and Luna be Carina and Maya’s adoptive parents?) When Sullivan finally located Natasha, he retracted his previous statements.
He wouldn’t give up hope for them as long as she woke up. As if on cue, she opened her eyes, and the couple shared what was likely their first open kiss. It seemed as though Kate would be alright. On the other side, there’s Dixon. Unfortunately, Travis was unable to save Emmett’s father.
(Perhaps we no longer require his services, what with Theo becoming a criminal jerk.) Jack appeared to be going to tell Vic about Theo and Kate’s connection in the final seconds of the episode and the season before he passed out. Did he hit his head? Just what was happening? Only the start of the next season would reveal that information.