Confronting Sully - Station 19
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Recap

Andy returns to work while she and Jack fight to save people trapped in a collapsing bowling alley.

Andy informs Jack she and Sullivan got married, but Jack thinks it's a mistake.

Andy later comes to realize that maybe she did get marry for the wrong reasons but tells Jack she does love Sullivan.

Meanwhile, Ben confronts Sullivan about his drug problem and forces the battalion chief to come clean to Dixon.

Sullivan tells Dixon about stealing Fentanyl from the PRT and overdosing while on duty, as well as his marriage to Andy.

Dixon decides to sweep the matter under the rug, as it's in the best interest of everyone involved.

Emboldened by this, Sullivan announces he and Andy are married to the entirety of Station 19.

Maya’s mother Katherine pays Maya a visit and reveals she is getting divorced.

Katherine also apologizes for not protecting Maya from her abusive father, but Maya doesn't believe her father is abusive.

She is appalled at Katherine's allegations and doubles down, even when Carina tries to talk to her.

Jack is retraumatized by the structure fire, and Andy encourages him to talk with some about his PTSD. He reveals he's been seeing Diane.

 

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Station 19
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14
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Station 19 Season 3 Episode 14 Quotes

Carina: I, too, love my dad very much. He’s… he’s brilliant. He’s… he’s funny. He’s… he’s my hero in so many ways. But that’s why it took me so long to realize that he wasn’t OK. It took me so long to realize that… that it isn’t normal to live your life on eggshells. Maya, denial is a strong force, and the abuse your mom described outside is still abuse.
Maya: I’m not in denial. I won a gold medal because of my dad. I am the youngest fire captain in Seattle, and this station’s first female captain because of my dad. I am not in denial. I am pissed.

Sullivan: I had a feeling to go into that storage unit.
Ben: You’re battalion chief. You don’t get to break rules just because you have a feeling. You abandoned your command, and you abandoned your team.
Sullivan: I had no other choice.
Ben: You could have gone up on that roof.
Sullivan: The roof was suicide. Capt. Herrera had cancer.
Ben: No, don’t you dare make this about his cancer. If Pruitt Herrera had been perfectly healthy, he still would have gone up on that roof. It never once occurred to you to climb up there and do that.
Sullivan: I have to stay alive for my wife, who has lost enough this year and who was going to lose her father soon, with or without the fire.
Ben: Your what?
Sullivan: Andy and I got married a couple weeks ago. Her father walked her down the aisle. He blessed it. He shook my hand. Warren, I had to go in there to save my wife.