Station 19 (2018–…): Season 2, Episode 11 - Baby Boom - full transcript

When an RV crashes into Station 19, the team races against the clock to save lives and secure the building's compromised structure; a surprise delivery arrives at reception.

Previously on "Station 19"...

This isn't anything serious, so...

no attachments, no restrictions.

Do what we want... See who we want.

Like other people?

Might be time for me
to quit firefighting.

- Have you ever thought about Medic One?
- You think I'd be good for that?

You called my family?

I invited them over for dinner next week.

Maybe I should take a look around, too.

Find a condo, sell the house?

Told my best friend about us today.

You're dating the Chief?!

I know you know better

than to actually tell anyone
in the department.

- You okay?
- Yeah, I'm fine.

- All right, be back soon.
- Okay, thanks.

Remember when you were
a kid, being asked...

what do you wanna be when you grow up?

How many of you said firefighter?

Sounds like fun, right?

Busting through walls,

running through flames,

saving people...

Oh, my God. Oh, my God.

Thank you so much. My baby.

You're lady firefighters?

Yes, we are.

Seems so simple when we're little...

- So uncomplicated.
- I love busting through walls!

And doors.

I wanna bust through more things.

Thanks for the quick response back there.

- But eventually...
- So, Tanner.

Should I be expecting you
to swing by after shift

for your bi-weekly Herrera booty call?

...we all have to grow up.

No judgment, of course.

Booty calls happen.
One thing leads to another

and the adrenaline's pumping, and bam.

Booty calls.

You know, sometimes,
a few times, in the shower,

outside the shower.
Drying off from the shower...

Yeah, I mean, it's not
a given that I'll be over.

Exactly. And it's not
a given I'll be free.

I might have plans,
maybe with other people.

I might, too. Also with other people.

And if that were the case,
it wouldn't be a big deal.

It wouldn't even be a deal.

Because booty among friends
can be just that.

Booty. Among friends.

And nobody needs to get feelings involved

or have feelings about it.

- Absolutely.
- Of course.

It's good to hear that, actually.

It's not a given I won't be over, though.

Yeah. I mean, like I said, I...

I might be busy, but if not...


Sure. Me, too.

How many of those are you gonna do?

Got to get all my aggravation...

out of my system before my parents...

give me...

a refill tonight.



When I asked for half a shift off today

to have dinner with my folks,

Sullivan was surprisingly chill.

Maybe now is a good time to tell him

you're going out for Medic One.

Look, he does have to sign off on it.

Now, look. I don't care
how chill he is, all right?

Medic One means
no more running into fires.

All right, Sullivan
just stopped treating me

like I was an interloper.

And let's just say that,
if I want him to sign off,

I'm gonna have to
catch him a really good mood.


Warren. You look tense.

Hm? No. N-No. Nah, nah, nah, nah, nah.

I'm just, uh... just curling.

You know what always helps me loosen up?

1, 2. Ha, ha!

Captain, you know, I, uh...

1, 2, hook!

Yeah, I know.
I used to do this every day.

Hands up.

There we go.

- I can tell, you know. So, what changed?
- Come on.


Oh, damn! I'm sorry, man.

Are you all right?

Yeah. You're a little rusty.

I haven't had anyone
to spar with in a while.

But you got potential, Warren.

- Good.
- Yeah, you just gotta keep working

on your bobbing and your weaving.

Not sure if you saw,
but your naked-man-friend

just arrived for his monthly
Chiefs' meeting with Sullivan.

- Okay.
- And by naked-man-friend,

I don't mean that he's naked right now.

But he gets naked with you.

So I'm talking about Ripley,
just to be perfectly clear.

- Yeah. Yeah, yeah, okay. Okay.
- Okay.

About that...

When I told you about

my naked-man-friend situation...

I know, it was a big leap
for you, trusting me like that,

especially since, you know,

we drifted so far apart
after the skyscraper.

But now it feels like
we've really come full circle,

and I'm just really glad
to have you back, Vic.

Anyway, thanks.

You're welcome.

But what I actually wanted to talk...

I'm sorry. Did that thing just move?

No, it's... it's a bag.

What I wanted to talk to you about was...

Oh, my God.

Okay, so you're just gonna open it?

We should call Animal Control.

- You want gloves? Let me get you...
- Oh, Travis!


Okay. That's a baby in a duffel bag.

Hello? Hello?

Did anyone lose a baby in a duffel bag?!

I think this is a Safe Surrender.

Whoever dropped him is long gone.

I've never gotten one of these before.

They're not very common.

Hey, little buddy. We got you now.

Let's get you all checked out.

Whoa, whoa. I-Is that a...

A baby, yeah. Somebody left him for us.

I'm just gonna confirm that he's healthy

and then call DCFS to come take custody.

Okay, good. Good.

Wow. Wow. We don't get many of these.

Aww. Cute little guy.

Yeah? Yeah.

You have any kids, Chief?

Uh, uh, no, Montgomery. I don't.

Uh, I think we should let the Chief go.

So, thank you, Chief. Good to see you.

It is insane what a great
head of hair he has.

I got to go get a thermometer in the rig.

- I'll be right back.
- No, no, no, no.


So, you really meant it back there,

that you're good with Ryan
doing stuff with other people?

Even though you're also
doing stuff with each other?

We're grown-ups.

We aren't attached
at the hip or anything.

I think we're both clear on that.

So, then, if you weren't doing stuff

with each other at all anymore,

you'd probably be even more good

if he was doing stuff with anyone else?

Oh, hey! Uh, do either
of you guys want a baby?

- Oh. Did... Did we get a...
- Yeah.

Safe Surrender. Keep walking

or we'll get stuck on baby duty.

- Want a... baby?
- No, no.

- Go, go, go.
- Maya. M... You...

We need to talk.

I don't do things behind peoples' backs.

What happened between us the other day...

it can never happen again.


It's a shame, though,
'cause I think we both

had a pretty incredible time.

It's never gonna happen again.

And I'm telling Andy about it.


Cool? What do you mean "cool"?

You're not worried about
how she's gonna react?

I mean, maybe I would be if I were you.

But she and I haven't been
anything in a long time, so...


Come on, man. It's time to go!

Well, I got to run. Miller's got me

on buffer-duty with his family.

I'm sure she'll be fine.

Wouldn't worry about it.

I'm not worried.

Then kudos.

Try not to miss me too much.


Don't tell Vic I'm in here.
I'm hiding from a baby.

Why would you hide from the baby?

Babies are little, squishy miracles.

- Oh, what happened to you?
- Got punched. By our boss.

You probably just don't have
a way with babies like me.

You know, babies love me.

It's just facts.

I'm not here.
Just dropping this stuff off.

Reggie says it's better to weed
through stuff now

instead of packing it up
and weeding through everything

- at the new place.
- So this is stuff for me?

Oh, yes, it is stuff for you.

Whoa, whoa, whoa,
H-Herrera, you wore that?

I mean, this...
it's got sequins and fringe.

Andy wore that in
her first salsa competition.

Say again? You danced, competitively?

- All right, stop.
- What?

Close it up. We are not
looking through this.

Reggie said it'd probably
be tough for you.

Reggie is your real-estate agent.

It's Reggie's job to grease the
wheels to get you to move on.

And Reggie's just angling
for that commission, Dad.

Reggie said that you'd probably say

something like that, too.

My arms hurt.
Can somebody else hold this?

- What is that?
- Andy's childhood in a box.

Did you know she wore bedazzled leotards?

Ooh! Here, here. Hold, please.

- Yeah.
- What?

Here, let me see.

Okay. No, no. Nobody needs to see!


Look at how cute you are.

You're owning the monkey bars, girl.

- Why am I holding a baby?
- Is this a letter

from young you to older you?

- I did not come here to hold a baby.
- "Dear Future Andy.

It's me, Not-Future-Andy."

Paws off my memories right...

Sounded like it came from the Barn.

What's going on?

Let's go! Let's go! Move, move, move!

Run a hose! Let's go, move!

Check the driver!

Herrera! Get me a head-to-toe.

And be careful!

Hello? Are you okay in there?


I got you.

I'm sorry.

Jump bag.

M-My mom... It's my mom.

She's shaking, and she won't stop!

Guys, another patient in the vehicle!

- Hey, what's your name?
- Ellie.

Ellie, I'm Andy.

- Focus on me, okay?
- We can handle this, 19!

Stay calm, stay deliberate!

Dispatch... an RV has
crashed into Station 19.

It's disabled both ladder-bay
doors and compromised an I-beam.

S-She dropped.
I mean, she was shaking so much.

I didn't know, so I hit the pedal.

I hit it, and then it crashed
through the...

I-It's okay. You probably just hit
the wrong pedal, okay?

Is she okay? Will she...?

Bishop, what's our status in there?

Female, 40s, in an ongoing seizure.

It's a tight squeeze.

Montgomery, can you get
the hydraulic shears?

Disconnecting the batteries,

then unhooking the propane tank next.

- Hughes?
- Copy! On my way.

It sounds like your mom
is still having a seizure,

but they're gonna carry her out
and give her meds.

Hey, talk to me. Does your mom
have a history of epilepsy?

I-I don't think.

God, I've never seen her like this...

- How long since she started seizing?
- A-A few minutes?

- I just kept driving.
- I know you're scared,

but I need to make sure you're okay, too,

and check you out.

Hey, do me a favor.

Scoot to the side over here.

What's happening in there?

The patient's still seizing inside.

We'll have a clear exit in one minute.

Standing by, ready to move.

Okay. Get her out, and get an I.V. in.

Next due Aid Car is a private ambulance.

They're eight minutes out.

We got to keep her steady
for eight minutes.

Yes, sir.

Wow. I thought you were
bougie on a normal day.

Today is not a normal day,

and my family are not normal, either.

They seemed normal on the phone.

They're judgey as hell.

Trust me... you have no idea.

Mm. Yeah, well, judgey parents...

No parents.

I think you're doing okay.

Did you just play the orphan card?

Oh. And, uh, one more thing.

Just no talk about work,

all right?

- Hey, Deano!
- Hey!

There he is. Dad.

Mom. Hello.

- Mm.
- Mm.

Everybody, uh, this is Jack.

Jack, this is my family.

That's my little sister, Yemi...

that's my dad, Bill, and my mom, Ifeya.

It's great to meet you.

And you brought wine?

I'll, uh, whip up a quick sangria.

Oh, you cooked.


I'm impressed.

- Kinda.
- Kinda.

Hey. You missed me?

Yeah. Yeah.

My favorite Camembert.

You remembered.

Son, that's a '93 Cabernet Franc.

It's very cool.

What's that mean?

It means we drink it as is.

What's the update?

She's been seizing at least six minutes.

- Not good.
- Ah, there's too much movement.

I can't place an I.V.

What if we can't get a vein?
What are our options?

Do we use a bone gun?

Only as a last resort.

Injecting meds into bone marrow...

the pain alone from that thing's
enough to knock you out.

I've got cribbing all set.

- All we need is those struts.
- USAR's a minute out.

I hope the walls aren't compromised.

You're a Type 1 diabetic? I'm fine.

I have an automatic
insulin pump. I-It's fine.

Kids at school laugh at it sometimes.

I'm not laughing, just checking.

Yep, 108. Well within normal range.

- W-What about my mom?
- Uh...

Hughes, status update on Paula?

Still in and out of convulsions.

Do you still need more 4x4s over there?

Yeah, when you got a free hand.

Hey. Is she gonna be all right?

We're getting her medicine
to help her feel better.

We'll... We'll know more soon, okay?

All right, everybody hold tight.

Wow, we're doing an EJ?

You sure you can
get that thing in her neck

while she's moving like this?

Gotta try.

Did he get it?

He got it. Pushing midazolam.

Excellent work, Warren.

Our ambulance is gonna
be here any minute.

I saw that you have
Connecticut license plates.

That's a long way away.

3,000 miles so far.

Road trip, huh?


My mom said it'd help.

Oh, help?

You know, fresh air.

We saw some deer and birds and whatever.

All right, folks! USAR's here.

Be ready to move when they say move!

Right this way, let's go.

I've got a very tall Barn to stabilize.

Chief, how can I be of service?

You're great on baby duty, Herrera.


Watch your step, everybody!
Loose debris everywhere!

Montgomery, help me over here.

Let's set these,

but, uh, watch that beam up there.

- We cannot risk a collapse. Ready?
- Yep.

Nice work.

Quick reflexes.

Must be all that, uh, cycling, right?

Yeah, it's great exercise.

I made Vic bike the lake
with me last week.

She didn't seem to enjoy it as much.

You should join us next time, though.

You know, if... if you want.

You're inviting me to join...

you and Hughes?

Only if you want.

Vic's a beast going down
the descents, by the way.

You're her best friend.

Yes? I mean, I hope so.

So she told you about...


Uh, we need to focus here.

Might need more cribbing on the left.

Copy that.

Yemi, how's law school?


Her grades slipped last quarter.

To second in my class.

Uh, M-Mom, that is
an antique fire nozzle.

I found a few pieces at the department,

and I restored that one myself.


Uh, you know,
this is a really great view.

Don't you like Dean's view, Mom?

Looks the same as
the last time I was here.

I am starting to get seasick,

the way this place rocks back and forth.

- Mom, the houseboat doesn't move.
- Well, there must be some movement.

Your mom's got a good
sense of these things.

How is she getting seasick?

You know, if
there's a crack in your armor,

if there's anything

she can criticize,

sooner or later, she'll find it.

Yeah, but the... the house
is moored to the dock.

Yeah, I...

You're the one who invited her.

So how about you explain that to her?

Because I'm not touching it.

Can you smile like this for me?

Just want to make sure your
braces didn't cut your gums.

You know I had braces for four years?

The worst.

I couldn't eat anything.

My dad just used it as an excuse

to confiscate my Halloween candy.

My dad's...


Oh. Sorry.

My mom and dad told me
to practice saying it out loud.

"My parents are getting a divorce."

I-It's stupid.

It's not stupid, Ellie.

Hi, Rainier EMT. Is this our patient?


She stabilized about three minutes ago.

Hasn't regained consciousness.

Okay. We'll transport her.


Epi of midazolam!

Lowering the gurney!

- W-What's wrong?
- It's just another seizure.

I-I want to see her!

You can't right now, Ellie.

Please, they... they need to treat her.

Midazolam's not working.

Help her!

Whoa, no! No, whoa, no, no!

Mom! Mom!

- Hey, Ellie!
- No, no, no, no, no!

What's happening to her?!

Earlier, her seizures were
responding to our medication.

- Now...
- Why is this happening?

They'll be able to tell you
more at the hospital.

But seizures have all kinds of causes...

fever, infection, sleep loss, stress...

Ellie, let's let them work.

All I do is stress my mom out.

I can't get the I.V. in.
She's moving too much.

We can't transport her in this state.

She's too unstable. It's too risky.

Are you kidding me?

We'd take her ourselves,
but our doors won't lift up!

I'm sorry. Company policy.

Then we stabilize her here.

- Okay, Ellie, come on.
- No.

- Hughes, take a breather.
- I'm fine. I'm fine.

Do we need the bone gun now?

No, no, n-not yet. Not yet.

Just g-give me a couple of minutes.

- Bone gun?
- Y-You see that conference room?

It's a lot quieter up there.

I'm gonna take you up for a sec,
and if they need us,

we'll be able to see, okay?


Okay, okay, thanks.

Hughes! DCFS is coming by
for the little one,

but they have a few calls before us.

- Here.
- Uh, actually, I...

They said to keep him calm and
get him to sleep if possible.

I need someone to call in
more resources from USAR.

Apparently my new mission
is to get this kid to sleep

while there's an RV
crashed into the station.

So today's really the gift that
keeps giving.

Yeah, I better get USAR on the line.

Hey. Where've you been?

- Chief come through here?
- Uh, yeah, you just missed him.

But he ordered you to get
this little guy to sleep...

- Oh.
- ...ASAP.

- Ohh.
- You love babies, right?

Well, it's not that I love babies

so much as babies love me.

First week of business school,
they assigned me

to this international student
from Nigeria...

show her around, help her acclimate.

Not only did she show me
where the library was,

by the end of the day, she convinced me

to change my concentration.

You're much more suited to finance.

And I've been tagging along
with her ever since.

That's a sweet story.

You know, we were 22 then.

You care to un-passive that aggressive?

Dean turned 30 recently.

I've accomplished plenty, Mom.

Certainly. You've done
so much to help strangers.

But when it comes to your family,

you don't give that part
of your life much thought.

- Sweetheart...
- Bill, he's 30

with no real career,

no wife, no kids...

You know, in my eyes,

a-and in most peoples' eyes,

Dean's great at what he does.

A few months ago, we were in that

big skyscraper fire downtown...

Jack, it's not that I object

to firefighting as a profession.

It's a very noble job
for a young man like you

who doesn't have as many options as Dean.

Well, um...

There's no good time to do this,

so I'll just pick the worst one.

I would like to announce...

Mom, Dad...

I'm moving out.

Like Dean.

My mom said we needed a break,

to get away.

This was supposed to be silly
and fun, and now...

Bad things just keep
happening over and over.

I feel like I'm a jinx or something.

Hey, let's... let's think
about something else

for a second, all right?

I got a box of old stuff today.

Maybe there's a-a board game in there.

You... Are you thirsty?

L-Let's go get you some water.

Will they be able to fix her?

I'll bring you some water.
I'll be right back.

It's been almost four minutes, Warren.

30 minutes since she got here.

We need to get her to a hospital now.

All right. Give me the bone gun.

Prep her leg, apply lido...

a lot of lido.

All right, you all know the drill...

we are inserting a metal injection port

straight into her tibia.

She needs phenobarb...

we have only one way to get it to her...

15-gauge needle,
directly into her marrow.

We do this wrong,
her pain will be unbearable.

All right. Ready?

Get in there.

Hold on. Here we go!

Hold her leg steady.

90 degrees...

- The port's set.
- Push phenobarb.

- BP's spiking!
- Hang on. Hang on.

Get her to that ambulance.
Go, go, go, go, go!

Herrera, we're moving. Where's Ellie?

Yeah, let me get her.

Ellie? We're taking your mom now.

Can you unlock the door?

I-I don't want to go.

I-I keep messing things up.

Okay, but I know you're gonna
want to be with your mom

- when she...
- I-I can't go.

E-Everything's dark and...

I can't...

Ellie, unlock the door.


Ellie. Ellie?

Transport Ellie's mom without her!

Hughes, I need a jump bag
up here right now!


It's likely her blood sugar.

Readout still shows the exact
same number as before.

- It could've been damaged in the crash.
- Chip malfunction?

If it was pumping insulin
unregulated since impact,

her blood sugar could be severely low.

She could slip into a diabetic coma.

Prepping D50.

Or if the pump wasn't damaged
and this reading's accurate,

this could be a head injury.

And D50 would be caustic.

Let's check her levels.


Ready when you are.

Come on, blood sugar test.

Come on, come on...

Low blood sugar. Go!

Good call on the D50.

What... What happened?

You just had a little scare.
But you're out of the woods.


I hate camping.

I'll get some orange juice

to help you even out your blood sugar.

It's slightly more fun than an I.V.

Hey, bad news...
kid in there just passed out.

Good news is,
now she's doing great, so...

Just thought you'd want the update.

It's not necessary to update
everyone on everything.

Excuse me?

I had a conversation.

With Montgomery.


So, yeah, Travis knows, but it's...

Yeah, but I don't think this is the time.

And it's definitely not the place.

It's bad, isn't it?

It doesn't look good.

- Yeah, yeah.
- Ohh.

Here we go.

You're... You're just going for it.


Okay... Oh, oh.


I'm sorry again. For, uh, punching you.

It's, uh... It's fine, sir.

Uh, wipes?

- Here you go.
- And, uh, hang on.

Now hold that corner down.

I figured by now I'd be good at this.

Have a couple kids.

But, um, it didn't happen.

You never know.

Kids can pop up on you. Diaper cream?

When I fell in love with Miranda,

Tuck just came with the package.

That's a nice bonus.


And I can't imagine my life without him.

Yeah. That's another thing about kids.

Uh, hold that tab down there,
careful, careful.

All right.

Every decision you make,

you think about that kid first.

You think about your family,

what's best for them,

keeps 'em together.


- Aww, yeah.
- Oh, there we go.

There you g... And, oh,
and he's already wet again.

Oh, we're gonna have to
start all over again.

Okay. Let me, uh... Let me find
another clean diaper first.

Hey, Bishop, can you tag in for me here?

Negative, Warren. No babies.

Go ahead. I can take him.

- You sure?
- Yeah.

Hi. Oh, hi, baby.


Take a sip. It'll help.

I-I can't do this by myself.

I can't handle this.

You ever steal a plane ticket?

My first detention was in the 6th grade.

My dad had left, out of nowhere,

to help other firefighters in
New York after the towers fell.

So I went alone, and I brought him back.

And I got assigned to write this letter.

"Dear Future Andy.

It's me, Not-Future-Andy.

The plane ride was so scary,

it was shaking a lot in the air."

Were you freaking out?

Oh, yeah.

What's the rest say?

Uh, "But guess what, I'm not
scared of planes anymore.

Here's a list of things I am afraid of.

I bet by the time you read this,

you're not scared of them anymore.

1... being alone.

2... letting people down.

3..." Oh, this is a big one.


"4... getting bad grades.

5... losing my best friend.

P.S... Ryan's here. He says hi!"

Who's Ryan?

My, uh... friend.

Uh, you want to talk more

about the stuff
that's scaring you right now?

It might help.


Okay. Well, here's one thing we can do.

We can take another sip of orange juice.

Look around.
Is this how you want to live?

- At your age, we were...
- Hon. Yemi's 25.

By her age, we were married.
You were starting your company.

Yeah, what makes you think at 25

you were an adult and I'm not?

Because you are not.

Do you want us to cut you off
like your brother?

Because all you are doing
is following in his path...

and that is not a path
you want to follow.

Mom! Enough.

You come in here and... and you criticize

everything about me...

my food, my house.

You're... You're even criticizing Jack.

You know he runs into burning
buildings by my side?

Do you know that he saved
my life at that skyscraper fire?

I could've died! You don't!

You don't want to know
any part of my life.

That's it!

Can't you see
you're upsetting your mother?

I would like to talk to my son.


Hey. Do me a favor...

Grab a Halligan
and help me unwedge this thing.

- What did you say?
- I said I could use some help.

To Ripley.

Almost nothing, I swear.

This is my fault.

I shouldn't have told you
anything to begin with.

He didn't want anyone here to know.

Yeah, well, I figured as much

when he tried to turn me
to stone with his eyeballs.

This is bad.

What exactly did you tell him?
Word for word.

I don't know. I can't remember.

Oh, well, try to remember.
Ah, it was quick.

Well, this is important,
so why don't you give it a try?

Uh, he kinda just
put two and two together.

Let's go somewhere else.

Hey, nobody touches this
till I come back.

Yeah, let's...

It was...


Just checking in. All good here?

Look who finally got him to sleep.

- Yeah.
- Not bad, Captain.

Herrera, get the bravo side!

- Montgomery, charge that line!
- I got him, Captain.

And hit the flare-up, people! Move, move!

I can't talk about firefighting
like it's a job.

It's family, it's friends, it's home...

it's more than any of that.

It's the finest people
that you will ever meet

standing up every day, together,

to try and fix
some of the bad in the world.

And it's not safe, it's not easy,

but when I'm running towards a fire,

my job is my meaning

in a way working for you
just never could be.

And that, it's... it's important.

I don't just fight fires to piss you off.

Okay, it started out that way,

but now it's... it's more.

It isn't silly that
I want you settled down

with a family of your own.

These things have value.

Yeah, they have value to you.

I worked hard to start my business

and to build a good family.

To make a better way for you.

When I said what I wanted
to do with my life,

so many people told me no.

I kinda know that feeling...

being told that you're doing
the wrong thing with your life.

You and Dad can cut me off...

it's fine.

But don't take your anger at me
out on Yemi.

You gave me plenty of support
when I moved out.

You've got to at least
just give her what you gave me.

You are trying to negotiate.

With me.


Yes, I am.

I bet everybody uses
cutesy-wootsy baby-talk

with you, don't they?

It's kinda condescending, huh?

I mean, they don't need
to infantilize you...

you're already an infant.

You're probably wondering
what that loud noise was.

You see, Baby, adding
an additional propane tank

underneath the sink in your RV

is not only against
manufacturer's recommendations,

but it's highly dangerous.

Because you could crash into, say,

a fire station and
cause an undetectable leak.

And then any number of things
could easily set off a spark

and become an ignition source.

Unfortunate? Yes.
Hard to predict? You bet.

But that is fire science.


Oh, that bear?

We take those on calls,

give them to little kids
when they get scared.

But you don't need a teddy bear, Baby!

You're tough.

I'm sorry, Baby. I need to take this.

Gibson, you are missing

the craziest shift of all time.

Yeah, things are pretty weird here, too.

So I figure, why not make it weirder?

What if I don't want to pretend
it never happened?

And what if I want to keep
my friendship with Andy intact?

So, what... you don't want to tell her?

I was, then I talked to you,
and you got me worried.

And now I'm starting to think
it's not a great idea.

Look, I know how I come across.

You know, people meet me
and they underestimate me...

it's been happening all night tonight.

But I-I don't really care.

Because I know I'm always
gonna be true to myself.

I don't get why you and I are pretending

for the sake of other people.

Why can't we just be adults

instead of sneaking around?

Because if this happens again,
if... if we happen again...

- We won't.
- We could.

I have to go. I have a baby.

Why would he think
it's gonna happen again?

Okay, fine. I think
it might happen again, too.

But I don't want to hurt Andy.

Eh, he's her secret

ex-boyfriend/ almost fiancé/Gibson.

Ugh. You're right.

I just need to tell her.

You know, you make
a very valid point, Baby.

You're kind of the perfect listener.

What if this happens again?

What if it's me and my mom
and she has another seizure?

You'll get help.
I mean, you got help today.

By wrecking your whole fire station.

It worked out okay.

My mom always takes care of me.

What if she needs me
to take care of her now?

Then you will.

And I think you'll be great at it.

Think they'll let me drive?

Not a chance.

I said I was sorry!

It's Travis. H...

He's a big part of my life,

just like this is a part of my life!

You talked about this in the workplace.

Okay. It's only Montgomery you told?

- Gibson also knows.
- Oh, Vic.

No one was supposed to know.

- Why are you saying it like that?
- Like what?

- Like you're ashamed of me?
- I'm not ashamed of you.

- Well, that's how it sounds.
- Look, if that were true,

why would I keep taking
these risks to be with you?

- Oh, oh. What... Risk?
- We are both taking risks.

Which is why you should know better.

The consequences... not just for me,

but for the both of us...
if we're exposed...


- I'm sorry. Did we commit a crime?
- We violated policy.

So now you're having
second thoughts? After.

You know, you're the boss,
and you create the policy?

Yeah, I kept quiet, and you couldn't,

and now I have to answer for it
to your peers.

- They're my friends.
- They're my subordinates!



And that's how it is.

As your subordinate, it sounds to me

like this conversation needs to end.

Is that right, sir?

Is this conversation over?

I'm gonna go before I say
something I can't take back.

Yeah, it's just
some minor abrasions here.

Sorry, this, uh, might sting a bit.

Come on, Warren.

What's on your mind?

Oh, um...

Uh, Medic One.

Medic One. I'm, uh...

I'm considering...

going for it.

Uh, and I-I-I know

it's another jump to another job, again.

Well, our patient today
wouldn't have pulled through

without you being here.

Much as I'd like to...

...I can't hold you back

after seeing what you're capable of.

You got my support.

And like you said,

you gotta do whatever
it takes for your family.

Um... thank you, sir.

Rest up.

Next time, we're kickboxing.

Hi. I'm Rachel Del Río,

Department of Children
and Family Services.

Thanks for waiting.

Is that the lil' booboo?

Yep. This is the male infant.

Hi. You're such a widdle cutie-bear!

Yes, you are.

- So, what happens next? Will he be okay?
- Yeah.

I've got some amazing families
on my radar.

Huh? You're gonna be just fine.


Well, you guys had a wild day here.

Do you, uh, want to say bye-bye?

- Oh, yeah.
- Say bye-bye.

Bye, kid.

See you later! Bye-bye.

Take care, all right?


He was my first diaper change.

Nailed it.


He didn't like me very much,
but that's okay.

- I don't hold grudges.
- Mm.

All right. Uh, well, thanks again, guys.


It was really great meeting you.

Good luck with everything.

She's funny.

Was it just me, or was Mom
extra intense tonight?

She's been weird lately.

All the more reason I have to move out.

- Don't worry about the move.
- Oh, I'm not.

I can support myself.

Yeah, I know, but I talked to Mom.

She's gonna throw you
the same support she gave me.

Fair's fair.

Why would she do that?

We may have made a little...


It's no big deal.

I may just have to go on a few dates.

- Dates?
- Yeah. Dates, okay?

Dates with eligible women.

Of her choosing.

Oh, my God.

Why would you do that?

She's a great negotiator.

That makes everything totally worth it.

God, I can't wait to see
what happens at our next dinner.

- Uh, more dinners?
- Oh, yeah.

You are an honorary Miller now.

Door's open!

- Hello?
- Reggie?

- I didn't expect you.
- Sorry to barge in.

I brought boxes... the good kind.

- Champagne... the, mm, medium-good kind.
- Mmm.

You have to celebrate closing.

And I got the skinny

On all your new neighbors.

Two doors down, there's a v...

What's the matter?

Nothing. I'm great. I just can't decide

what to do with this mug.

Keep it. Give it away.

You're feeling overwhelmed.

A few months ago, I was sick.

A few weeks ago, I was Interim Captain.

And a few days ago, I was a homeowner.

And now...

And now, you have me here.

To help.

Starting with that mug.

It's a lot, I know.

That's what the champagne's for.

Hold on. Let me grab my mug.

You never stop growing up.


You grow every time you face
a new challenge...

That was a monster shift,

without even leaving the station.

How much further is this place?

I need a drink, and I need it now.

...or an old fear.

You brought your letter?


There's something about it
I just can't shake or something.

With every heartbreak...

My phone says this place
should be right here.

I need it to be right here.

Uh-huh, uh-huh, uh-huh, uh-huh.

Montgomery, you're buying.

It's the least you can do.

Okay, but no scotch.

It tastes like smoke-dirt. grow braver, tougher, more honest.

Hey, so, before we go in...

I know. You... You want me
to put the letter away.

It's funny how something I
haven't thought about in years

is suddenly all I can think about now.

Well, sometimes we can't always control

the things we can't stop...

thinking about.

You wanna know something crazy?

I wrote about Ryan. Even way back then.

- Weird, right?
- That's...

- Weird.
- I don't know, maybe something

aren't meant to change, like maybe
we are suppose to have constance

and maybe, Ryans is one of mine.

Hey Ryan!

And just when you think
you're all grown up,

you make that break through.

Andy Hi.

This is Jenna. Jenna this is my...

friend Andy.


You hit another wall.