Station 19 (2018–…): Season 3, Episode 15 - Bad Guy - full transcript

Ben, Jackson and Emmett are put in a precarious and dangerous position with a potential victim. Andy's search for more background on her family opens her eyes, and Vic and Travis are caught in the middle of a corruption scheme.

COOPER: 5, 6, 7, 8.

VIC: ♪ Fascinating rhythm

♪ I'm always on the go ♪

♪ Fascinating rhythm, I'm all a-quiver ♪

♪ What a mess we're making ♪

♪ The neighbors want to know ♪

♪ Why I'm always shaking ♪

♪ Just like a flivver ♪

- No. Victoria.
- Yeah.

Fuh-lap ball change,

fuh-lap ball change.

Fuh-lap ball change, fuh-lap ball...

- Hey. What, uh...
- Yeah?

- What's going on?
- Nothing.


Okay, here. Come on,
let's... let's take a walk.

You guys run that again. Come here.

I'm sorry, Cooper. I'm sorry.

- For what?

I'm sorry for...

For crying at rehearsal.

Never apologize for your emotional life.

All right?

Your emotional life is why
I cast you in every lead.

Your emotional life is what
makes you impossible to ignore.

Apologize for
those fuh-lap ball changes...

they're atrocious.


What's... What's going on?


My grandma died.



[VOICE BREAKING] My... My grandma died,

and my parents just went back to work,

so... I don't know...
I figured I'd come...

I'd just come to rehearsal, but I, um...

- I just...
- Oh, my love.


Your soul is large. Right?

Your being contains multitudes.

You can be sad for Grandma
and fuh-lap ball change

all at the same time.

All right?

Come on, you got this.

- Come on.
- Yeah.

You got it. You got it.

All right, guys,
let's take that again, okay?

Deep breath.

Here we go.

- 5, 6, 7, 8.

But, I mean, really,

how do you get a hairbrush
stuck in your...

I... I... It...

Hey, Jackson. I didn't see you.

Hairbrush stuck in your, uh, what now?

- Uh, it's nothing. It's...
- Vagina.

Yeah. We had a walk-in today...

hobble-in, actually.

Woman got a hairbrush stuck
in her vagina.

Let me... Let... Let me guess.

She, uh... She fell on it.


Oh, they always... always say
they fell on it.

Hey, yo, Bishop...
Avery and I are on the PRT,

but Flores's kid has the flu.

You want me to call Christy in?

Yeah, but she lives an hour away.

I can run anesthesia,
but we need a driver,

so, can you pull someone
from B-shift, or...?

You can have probie.

What? No, I just finished 24 hours.

You rode the desk all shift.

You're nice and rested.
Warren, he's all yours.


DISPATCH: Engine 19, Ladder 19,
Aid Car 19, and PRT 19

requested to MVC.

Oh, and, probie, green means go.

MAN: Let's move.


Oh, my God.


You slept with him, didn't you?

- What?
- You slept with him.

No. Nope.

I'm just disappointed
I didn't notice it sooner.

Uh, I'm sorry.
Because we're both gay men...

you just assume
that we slept together?

Oh, no, it's because
you guys avoid eye contact

with each other like it's your job.

- No, I didn't, okay?
- You... Oh.

- He's got a whole...
- Okay.

- He's got a whole what?
- He just broke up with his...

Okay, fine. Yes, I did.

- Shut up, shut up!
- Yes! I knew it!

- Oh, my God.
- No. What about you?

- What about you?
- I knew it!

"Oh, Jackson, I didn't

- Don't...
- see you there."

I may have done something bad.


- Jackson?
- No.


- Ugh.
- Jackson?

Why do we sleep
with the people we work with?

Well, the only people we ever
meet are people we work with.

- Montgomery. Hughes.

The Chief's office sent over
some addresses of inspections

that they need fast-tracked... today.

Who wants some overtime?

So, is this just how it's gonna be now?

The Battalion Chief wants to
spend time with his wife,

so just the underlings have to
work on their day off?


Got it. Okay. Hey.

Okay, w-why... why is
the Chief's office asking us

to do the inspections?

Fire Marshal's backed up.

- These are priority.
- We'll get them.

- But we just finished a shift.
- No.

Okay, knocking down fires
gets all the glory,

but inspections are the real life-savers.

Plus, we like money.

Thank you.

Why do we befriend people we work with?

Because the only people we meet
are people we work with.

- Hey.
- You love me!

- No!
- Let's go!

- Stop it!
- Let's...

I told you so many times
I don't like that.

Hey. You want to grab breakfast
or something?

No, I can't.

I-I promised Robert
I'd go through my dad's stuff.

It's... It's taking over his apartment.

You mean, your apartment that
you guys live in together?

All right, Gibson, I don't need
your... whatever that is.

Hey. What do you got going on today?

I am weirdly free.

I have the nanny until 3:00.

You gonna hang out with Sasha?

Oh, I don't think
we're daytime date-ready yet.

Oh. Okay. Batting cages.

[BREATHING QUICKLY] Help. I'm s-sorry.

- Ma'am?
- I need help.

Okay. Okay.

Are you hurt?

No. I... I need help.

All right.

He's down. H-He's not moving.

Who? Who? Who's not moving?

- H-He's at the park.
- Whoa, whoa. Uh, Humboldt Park?

Y-Yeah. I-I think so.
Yeah, yeah. I think.

Okay. All right, come with us.

- All right?
- Yeah.

Just, uh, come this way,
and we'll get you checked out, okay?

Here, here.


All right, okay, okay. Hey, hey, hey.

Can you tell us what happened?

I think I killed him.

I really think I killed him.


Do you think she's an invol?

Hey, hey.

Can you tell us your name?

Um, Darcie.

- Darcie.

DISPATCH: We have a still alarm.

Reported victim of an assault
at Humboldt Park.

Police should be here in a minute.

Uh, PRT wasn't needed at the MVC.

They're still near the park,
so they're on their way now.

Darcie. It's gonna be okay.

When the police get here,
just tell them what happened.

- Okay.
- You should be all right.

But what should I do about this?

- Whoa, whoa, whoa, um...
- Okay, okay, okay, okay, okay.



Physician Response Team, Station 19.

He's got a pulse.

[SIGHS] Barely.

And he's losing a ton of blood here.

Okay, let's get him flipped over.

Let's move him. Dixon.

On my count. Ready?

1, 2, 3.



That's bad.


He has free fluid in his abdomen.

This is PRT 19.

We have a 30-year-old man

with multiple stab wounds to his abdomen,

unresponsive and hypotensive.

At least 40% of blood volume lost.

DISPATCH: Copy. Let us know
if you need an aid car.

Hey, Dixon, get in the cab and make sure

you know the route to Grey-Sloan.

All right. Copy.

Damn it, his pressure keeps dropping.

JACKSON: All right, well,
you know what that means.

The only way for him to survive
is if we open him up

right here and now.

You're a fast learner.



Whoa, whoa, whoa.
Hey, what are you doing?

You can't be in...



I don't see any bowel or mesentery lacs.

We got to find out where
this blood is coming from.

He's going into shock.

Hey, let's... let's start packing him.

Grey-Sloan, this is PRT 19.

Have an OR ready.

We are coming in hot
with our stabbing victim.

I said drive.


We'll prep an OR.

- Whoa.

- Hey! What the hell?!


Damn it!

Hey, probie!


Do not slow down.

BEN: Probie, what are you doing?!

Well, I... I have to slow down,

or they'll know something's wrong,

and they'll call the police. Probie!

Fine, but do not stop. Hey, stop!

Okay. Just... I...

What are... What are you doing?!



Sorry, guys. I... I thought
you wanted me to drive.

I'm just looking
for a safe place to stop.


Come on.

Just do one box at a time.


Okay. Here we go.


Oh, my God.


He saved everything.

"Happy 5th Birthday, Andy.

You're the best sister-cousin ever."

- Who is that from? Let me...

Oh, my God, my cousin Michelle.

We were inseparable.

We used to call each other sisters.

Where is she now?

I don't know. I...

That's so weird.

I haven't thought of her in years.


Tía Sandra, Tío Johnny!

T-That's my mother's sister
and her husband.

- Uh-huh.
This is so crazy.

- I haven't seen them since...


Since my mom died.

Sir, we're from
the Seattle Fire Department.

We're here for the inspection.

Sorry, what inspection?

Fire code inspection.

Standard practice
for all new business permitting.

No, we were told the permits
were already handled.

By who?

By the person who told me.

Which is...?

[SCOFFS] None of your business.

- Mm.
- Okay, you know what, sir?

We are here from the Fire Department,

and our job is to inspect your
premises for any issues, so...

[CHUCKLES] Y-Your job is
to listen to your boss, right?

Yeah, our boss is who sent us here.

Well, his boss is my friend
Fire Chief Dixon.

So you can take it up with him.


VIC: ♪ ♪

♪ I am so awfully misunderstood ♪

♪ So, lady, be good to me ♪

♪ Oh, please ♪

Oh, no, no, no.

Sorry, that's a "C." Can we start again?

- Victoria.
- Yep?

I'm the director.

Start again.


- ♪ Oh, sweet and lovely lady, be good ♪

- ♪ Oh, lady, be good to me ♪

Stop. Stop. Let's take 5.

Fire inspections take a lot
longer than 5 minutes.

Oh, my God.

Fire inspection? For what?

For fire.

Every single show, you people do this,

and every single show,

it's a huge waste of time and money.

Fine. The city of Seattle
thanks you for protecting them

from the big, bad community
college drama students.

I was running, and then,
he appeared all of a sudden.

MARINIS: Who did?

He jumped out, maybe behind the bushes.

I-I don't know.

Darcie, who jumped out at you?

The guy.

H-He grabbed me by my ponytail.

REASER: Attempted assault.

And h-he tried to drag me
into the bushes.

Assault, not attempted.

Am I gonna go to jail?

We're gonna get you
a medical exam, Darcie.

She needs a psych eval
before you question her further.

Can you guys take her to Grey-Sloan?

Yeah, uh, we'll take her.

You're off-duty.

You're short-staffed.

I'm gonna ride with her.

Come on, sweetie.

It's okay.

I'm gonna kill this kid when we stop.

JACKSON: BP's still dropping.

We got to figure out where the hell

this bleeding's coming from... now.

Okay, you know what? Let...
Let's go quadrant by quadrant.

All right, good call.



It doesn't... doesn't look like
it's coming from the spleen.



Oh, there! There! There, there, there.

What do you got?

Uh, it's the retrohepatic IVC.

[CHUCKLES] I feel the defect,

and I am holding
pinpoint pressure... now.

It's got to be the posterior
stab wound, yeah?

- Oh!

What the hell?!


Probie, I don't care
if the Chief is your dad...

I'm gonna...

I want all the painkillers on
this truck, or I kill this kid.



Oh, is it just me, or are
orgasms better in the daylight?


It isn't just you.

I actually did a whole study
on female orgasms.

Oh, that's a study I'd like to see.


How do you feel?

Right now?

[CHUCKLING] Amazing.

I mean about your mama.

I haven't talked to her
since the spaghetti dinner.

Don't you think you should try?

- Why?

Because she's your mom,
and she's hurting, and...

Yeah, that's not my problem.

If she wants to ruin her life
and live in a motel forever

because of some raised voices,
that's her choice.

I get it, that this
is hard for you, Maya,

but don't you think maybe
there is some truth

in what your mom says...






Listen to this... from 20 years ago.

January 24, 2000...

"Michelle is asking to play
with her sister-cousin.

I am at a loss.

What do I tell her?

I just don't understand."

This was from my Aunt Sandra
right after my mom died.

- What... What doesn't she understand?
- Mm.

You know, families drift apart
when... when people die.

Yeah, okay, but this...
this seems like a...

like an excommunication,
like my dad cut Sandra off.

Well, do you remember that happening?

No, I don't remember any of this.

I mean, I don't remember a lot
from when she died,

but something is off.

When my parents died...

it was too painful for a lot of people.

You know, nobody knew what to say to me,

not even my own family.

They... They just slowly drifted away.

It happens.

Maybe your aunt just didn't know

how to handle the fact
that her sister was gone,

and seeing you was a reminder.

Okay, well, if that's true, that...

that sucks.

It does.


♪ Through the walls,
I hear lovers fight ♪

I got to go.

Are you gonna be all right?

♪ The TV's on, I keep it playing
for the light ♪

♪ Mm, mm, mm ♪

♪ Mm, mm, mm, mm ♪

♪ Mm, mm, mm ♪

♪ Mm, mm, mm, mm ♪

I thought I was safe.

Jogging in the middle of the day.

You hear about women
getting raped in parks,

and it's like, well, duh.

Why would you go running
at night in a park?

Like, it's their fault.


♪ Awake, my dreams in a line ♪

My mom gave me that pocket knife
when I moved to the city.

♪ Waiting for my mind to go black ♪

I never thought I'd use it.


- ♪ Mm, mm, mm

♪ Mm, mm, mm, mm ♪

You shouldn't have to.


♪ Mm, mm, mm ♪

♪ Mm, mm, mm, mm ♪


It's temporary.

I don't care if it's temporary
it's blocking your fire exit.

Okay, but all you have to do
is go around and...

All right.

I want you to imagine that
there's a fire coming at you.

The air is filled with smoke.

Try finding a way out then.

That is what the fire curtain is for.

Does your fire curtain work?

We will fix the set.

- And the fire curtain.
- Fine.

Now, you are cutting into
my rehearsal time,

and you are leaning on my piano,
which, frankly,

costs more than your entire
insurance policy.

So, if you please...

Save me two tickets.

Good seats. Please.

I'll see what I can do.


I really hope this isn't something

I could have done over the phone.

No, you need to go
and talk to that asshat owner.

Yeah, he think he's above
getting inspections

'cause he's friends with Dixon.

He said it was "handled."


I see the problem here. I was mistaken.

These were already approved.

I just needed to sign them
to fast-track them.

No, sir, I seriously doubt that.

I can see, like, four major
fire hazards from here.

Well, I'm sure they're gonna
take care of them.

They said they weren't going to.

It's done, Hughes.

Go home.

How long are you going to
angry-chop at me?

I'm just chopping.

You know, my dad has bipolar I?

You said that.

sweet baby brother

has inherited it.


Are you talking about you,

or are you trying to draw
some kind of parallel?

'Cause if it's you, I'm... I'm all in.

But there is no mental illness
in my family.

With or without mental illness,

the... the human brain is brilliant,

and it is devious,

and it walls off
what it doesn't want to know.

Got it. So you're talking about me.

What I'm trying to say, Maya,
is that your mind is brilliant,

and maybe you think you're
too smart to be in denial.

Maybe you think you're too smart
to have been abused?

- Okay, I'm not interested in talking.

- I'm just trying to help.
- He never hit me.

That's not the only way
you abuse somebody, Maya.

- My dad has never hit me, either.

He has never hit my brother,

but that doesn't mean
that we were not abused.

Psychological abuse, v-verbal abuse...

they... they are real.


I don't want to fight with you.

I don't want to fight, either.

Then I think you should go.


[CHUCKLING] This is not
how you handle a fight.


Maya, I...

I'm here for you.

I'm not leaving.

Okay, okay. I'm... I'm... I'm gonna...

I need... I need to run.

So I'm gonna... I'm gonna go on a run.

- We don't have any drugs on here.

[SCOFFS] I'm not stupid.

I know ambulances carry morphine.

- Okay, you hear that?

That means this patient is dying.

Just let me save him, and then
we'll get you your drugs.

No, drugs first.

- God.
- Two more minutes, all right?

You want to be a murderer, too?

- I'm holding a gun.
- Okay. Okay, okay.

But I take my hands out
of this guy, he will die.

Then this guy can get me the drugs.

BEN: No, he... he doesn't know the code.

But... But I will give it to him

if you let me save this patient
while he does it.


No pressing any secret buttons
that call the cops.

I promise, I don't have
anything like that.


Got to get a secret button in here, man.



Hey. Uh.

What are you... What are you doing here?

I went for a run, and my body
just came here,

so I figured I'd work out.


Are there any old files here,

like Captain's logs?

I think so. Why?

Where? I...

I-I just need to figure something out.

Figure what out?

Just who my dad was.

What do you mean who your dad was?

He was our hero.

He literally sacrificed his life
to save ours.


- What am I looking at?
- My mother looks miserable.

I've always had this idea

that my parents had
this epic, amazing love story,

that they were soulmates, meant to be,

but what if they weren't?

What if they were just
two messed-up people

who rushed into a family,

and then one of them died?

Andy, do you think maybe it's possible

that you're projecting your
anxiety about your own marriage

onto your parents?

Why can't I just say something

without someone
writing it off as j-just...

Can I... Can I just talk?

Okay, okay. What are you talking about?

I've been going through
my dad's things, and I...

I don't know... I feel like...

like maybe I didn't even know
who my dad was, like...

Like, what do I actually know
about Pruitt Herrera?

He was... He was overbearing.

He was controlling. He was...

If he was controlling, it was
only because he loved you.

"Controlling because he loved you."

That sounds like a...

like a Lifetime movie about
a person who needs to escape.

Andy, you know who your dad was.

- We all do.
- Do we?

Or do we just know
the version of him that...

that he wanted us to see?

No. No!

You do not get to turn your dad
into a bad guy.

You won the lottery of dads,
and now, just because he died,

you are gonna tear down his memory

'cause it's easier than coping
with the loss of him?

No, I am not gonna stand by
and watch you do that,

not to my Captain.

Not to your Captain?

Maya, he was my dad.

Yeah, and you should
count yourself lucky!


- I mean, what the hell was that?

Dixon's probably trading permit
approvals for political gain.

Oh, God, but that is disgusting.

- It is disgusting.
- Yeah.

It's worse than disgusting.
It's like murder.

- It's murder, possibly.
- It's...

- Probably.
- Well...

- It's more than paperwork, though.
- Right.

- It's like actual loss of life.
- Yeah, no, I know.

I... Yes.

Do we really think Dixon's that corrupt?

It would explain why

the Chief's having Sullivan
do the inspections

instead of the Fire Marshal.

Yeah, but do we really think
that Sullivan is that corrupt?

- Are you talking about Mr. Andy Herrera?
- Can we even...

- Don't. I can't.
- God.

Pruitt's probably
rolling over in his... urn.

[SIGHS] And you just assume, you know,

that anybody who becomes a firefighter

is just inherently good.


- Like...
- Yeah.

Right. But...

I mean, I guess there are
some rotten apples.


So are you, like,
in love with the corrupt

- Fire Chief's son?
- No.

- Some drama.
- No. No!

- Like, it feels a little...
- Definitely not in love.

- Okay.
- He's a baby.

We're friends.

Who can't stop having sex.

Yeah. [LAUGHS]

- What about you?
- I...

You got one of these,
too. You got one of those.

Yeah, I have one of those.

- I had... I had one of those.
- One of those.

I'm gonna go talk to him.

Wait. Who? Jackson?

- Sullivan.
- No.

- Yeah.
- No. No, no, no!

- Hey!
- Bye!

Get back here! Vic, don't. Vic,
seriously, don't do it.

Don't do it!

I tried.

Hey, can I get the darts?





You want some food?

I can make something.

Or we can order.

I'm good.



SANDRA: Hi, it's Sandra.
Leave me a message.

Por favor, deja un mensaje.


Do it! Open the damn cabinet!

I'm trying! I'm... I-I'm trying.

I-I don't know the last number.

Give him the number.


I know you're not a killer.

I know that you... you
didn't mean to get wrapped up

with four possible murders on your hands.

I know that you just want drugs,

and it's not your fault, all right?

A-Addiction is a terrible thing.

I'm a doctor. I see it all the time.

I swear to God,
if you don't open that cabinet,

I will kill all of you, and I
won't even feel bad about it

because you were too stupid
to save your own lives!

- Ohh.

Warren, give her the damn code.

- EMMETT: Oh, God.
- Now!



Um. Okay.


Hey, Dixon, get over here and
help me with these compressions.


Dixon, let's go!

Oh, yeah. Yeah, okay.


How you doing, Jackson?

[GROANS] I'm just keeping
pressure on it.

I should grab a tourniquet soon.




I don't even know which one to...


He's gone, Warren.


He's got more blood on the floor
than in him.

Just go.


Oh, my God. Oh, my God!
I-I-I didn't see her.

No, it's... it's not your fault, sir.

It's not your fault.

Dixon, radio dispatch.
Request an aid car and SPD.

- [PANTING] This is, uh...

This is PRT 19 reporting...

Dixon, give me the radio.

Just give me the radio.

Dispatch from PRT 19.

We've just been assaulted and... robbed.

Got one stabbing victim
on board who's deceased,

one PRT position, uh,
with a non-critical GSW.

We also have one MV-versus-ped
who is, uh...

Who's deceased.


DISPATCH: Copy. We have your location.

Dispatching AID and SPD.

Time of death?

Time of death, 15:15.

Times two.


Hughes. What are you doing...

Uh, you can't just sign
those inspections.

Oh, this is none of your business.

You can't... No, Chief,
due respect, et cetera,

but if you sign those inspections,
you could be actually putting...

You are out of your lane.

Maybe, but I have also seen what happens

when people ignore fire codes.

You know, we don't ever think
the worst is gonna happen

until it does.

What... we watch the... the...
the stupid video on the plane

telling us
how to put on our oxygen masks,

half paying attention

because we don't think
there's ever, you know,

any way we could be the person
who dies in a plane crash.

But 257 people died
in plane crashes last year.

And way more died in fires
that were easily preventable.

So I don't honestly...

I mean, I don't know why
you're covering this up,

and I don't really care.


Please don't sign those.

You could be signing
the death certificates

for who knows how many people, so...

Hughes, my parents died in a plane crash.

I... I didn't...

I didn't know. I'm sorry, Chief.

- Goodbye, Hughes.
- I...



♪ Listen to my tale of woe ♪

♪ It's terribly sad but true ♪

♪ All dressed up, no place to go ♪

♪ Each ev'ning I'm awf'ly blue ♪

♪ I must win some winsome miss ♪

♪ Can't go on like this ♪

♪ I could blossom out, I know ♪

♪ With somebody just like you ♪

♪ So ♪

♪ Oh, sweet and lovely lady ♪

- ♪ Be good ♪

- ♪ Oh ♪

There's a fire!
The... The scrim is on fire!

- Oh, my God! Fire?!
- What?

- This way!
- What? Oh, my God!

- Everybody, off the stage!

- Through the house! Through the house!

Through the house! Everybody off!

Through the house! This way!

Go, go, go, go!

Go, go, go, go, go!

Go! Go!

Through this way, this way, this way!

Move! Is anybody back here?!

- Watch out!





Cooper, come on!


- Cooper!

Cooper, what are you doing? Get down!


I forgive you.


For sleeping with Vasquez's wife.

I know I said it's unforgivable, but...

I forgive you.


Kind of felt like that already happened.

Yeah, I just wanted to make it
official, you know?

I'm a dad now, and [BREATHES DEEPLY]

the world just
doesn't look the same anymore.

Nothing's black and white.

Everything's conditional.

I would have thought having a daughter

would make you hate me even more.

Jack, my...
my daughter's mother left her.

She left.

And [SIGHS] I don't know

what your birth parents
did or didn't do or why,

but I know that takes a toll

on a little kid's heart and their brain.

And I see that you're trying to
be a better person, and I...

I admire that.

Thank you.

I am trying.

And I also have a bit of an
inappropriate crush myself now,


I can relate.

Well, the difference between me and you

is you won't do anything about it.


I am gonna take those feelings,
take all of them,

and just bury them way down.

Just bury 'em.

- Hey, bury 'em in Sasha.
- Mm.

- Uh, don't. I heard it.
- Mm-hmm.

- Miller.
- Yeah.

Hey. Why am I hearing

my husband called in an hour ago

saying he needed an OR on standby

and hasn't shown up?

Wait. He hasn't?

Is he not responding on radio?


What is that look?

I don't like that look, Miller.

Dr. Bailey.

Dr. Warren's on the phone.

[WHISPERS] He lost the patient.

Oh. Okay, thank you, Schmitt.

So now that poor girl killed a guy.

But he says that we should be on
standby for a possible GSW.

A what?

JACKSON: Ah, at least
it went clean through.

Yeah. You're lucky.

Oh, yeah, I'm the luckiest.


Hey, Dixon, uh, after this,
I'm buying you a beer.

I can't. I can't.

I can't handle this.

I can't. I...

All the death and the blood

and the fire and the guns

and the families torn apart,

I... I can't take it.

I don't want this to be my every day

for the rest of my life.

I know today was rough,
but most of the ti...

Rough? Rough?

No, I had a drug addict
point a gun at my face

and then get splattered
on the side of the road.

And then the doctor who was
trying to save a stabbing victim

got shot in the leg.

And that's just today.

Putting out fires and rescuing
kittens, that's one thing,

but this is just... [SIGHS]

It's too much.

Look, um...

If it makes you feel any better,

Miller texted, and, you know,

the... the stabbing guy
was a... a rapist.

Oh, hell, that makes me feel better.

My dad wanted this. I never wanted this.

I didn't even pass the written test.

I'm not a firefighter.

I'm not a firefighter.


What are you still doing here?

Just catching up on some work.


I don't know if you heard, but, uh,

Warren and Avery were held up on the PRT.

Yeah, Avery got shot.

Is he okay?

Yeah. Yeah, everyone's
just a bit shaken up.

Thank you for notifying me.

Have you talked to Andy?
I'm worried about her.

What a surprise.

The men in Andy's life
are worried about her.

She is fine, Jack.
She's grieving her father.

Let her do that however she needs to.

She married our Battalion Chief
after a few weeks of dating,

and you don't think that's
a little bit concerning?

I think that Andy is a grown woman

who can make her own decisions.

She has made that very clear, Lieutenant.

We are Andy's closest friends,
Maya, you and me.

And as her friends,
we should give her some space.

Not everyone needs therapy, Jack.


Yeah, I told you that
in confidence, as my Captain,

and you're just gonna
throw it back in my face?


That wasn't about you.

Carina keeps trying to get me to admit

to something that isn't true,
and I'm sick of it.

You know, my father...

Is a real prick.

Hey, you don't know
what you're talking about.

You don't know me.

No, you know I do.

And you hate it

because anyone who knows
the real Maya is a threat.

- Get out.
- Right?

'Cause here comes the Maya freeze-out.

No, does Carina know it's coming yet,

or are you gonna blindside her
like you did me?

Get the hell out of my office.

Way to prove my point.

- You're broken, Maya.
- Oh!

The foster boy without a daddy
is calling me broken?

Yeah, well, I'd rather have
no daddy than have yours.

Don't you dare talk about
my father like that.

- Or what?
- Or I will bury you!

Yeah, threats of violence.
That checks out.


♪ What I need and what I want ♪

♪ Never feels the same ♪

♪ Like the feeling that I'm home ♪

SANDRA: Hi, it's Sandra.
Leave me a message.

- Who are you calling?
- ♪ But no one knows my name ♪

What... What are you looking for?

Answers about why my father
cut my family out of my life.

Why he wanted me to be alone.

Why he w...

Andy, this [CHUCKLING] is a little crazy.

Tía Sandra sent me
a birthday card every year

from age 10 to 15.

I've never seen these.

He... He kept those from me.

I doubt he kept them from you.

You... You said yourself

you can't remember
half the things that...

Okay, you don't understand!
My father was controlling.

My father...

he has a track record

of going behind my back
in the name of protecting me.

He blocked me from becoming
Captain, twice.

He kept his cancer from me, twice!

He pushed my mom out of the Academy.

"Everything I did, I did for you."

T-That's what he told Maya right
before climbing on the roof

to certain death.

As if... As if that excuses everything.

You... Andy, you're unraveling right now.

The funeral is coming up.

You're feeling a-all these feelings.

Maybe you should take a sedative
and we'll go...

Stop acting like my father!

And... And stop telling me
to take a sedative!

I don't solve my problems with drugs!


You know your father blocked you
from becoming Captain

because he was worried about
how you would handle his death.

And, to be honest with you,
the way you're acting right now,

I can see that he was right to worry.




SANDRA: Hi, it's Sandra.
Leave me a message.

Por favor, deja un mensaje.




I guess I am broken.

I guess we both are.


Avery? You're the GSW?

What the hell happened?

It's an extremely long story.

Really not that long.

Junkie held us up for drugs
and then shot me.

With a gun?

Yes, with a gun, Schmitt.

Okay, my tourniquet's been on
like 20 minutes.

- Benjamin Warren.
- I know, I know, I know.

I know, just... just... I swear...



Dixon's blackmailing me now.

He wants me to forge inspections,

or he's gonna go public.

And you are mad at me about this because?

Because you did this!

My wife's father just died.
She's falling apart.

You got on your high horse
and insisted we come clean.

What did you think
was gonna happen, Warren, huh?

He was just gonna let us go
without any kind of retribution?

You made this bed, Sullivan, all right?

And if you do his bidding now,
then you're no better than a...

a junkie stealing drugs at gunpoint.

VIC: Cooper! What are you doing?

- Cooper!
- Leave through the back of the theater!

- Uh, run!
- No, no, no, no! No, no, no!


- Cooper, get over here! Come on, Coop!
- Get the hose to the stage, now!

Come on! Come!

No, no! No, Coop!




Cooper, no! No, no, no!

You have to get back in there.
You have to go back in.

You have to go back in and get him.

- You have to get him. You have to...
- No, no.

- It's okay. You stay with me!
- He didn't listen to you!

- Stay with me.
- He didn't listen to you!

Shh, shh.

It's okay. It's okay.


Why didn't he listen to you?

- It's not important now.
- It is.

It's not important now.

You told him to take the set down,

and he didn't listen,
and now he's dead, and...

Who's gonna...
Who's gonna tell his husband

that he's dead because he didn't listen?

- Shh.
- Why didn't he listen?

I don't know.

I don't know.

[CRYING] Why didn't...



You know, Pruitt Herrera is the
reason I became a firefighter.

Me too.

I think Dixon's blackmailing Sullivan

into forging inspections.




I don't know.
I haven't figured that out yet.

Do you think he's a bad guy?

Dixon? He's the worst.

- No, Sullivan.
- Oh.

I don't know, honestly.

I, um... I hope not, for Andy's sake.

For Andy's sake, what?

- Hey.
- Hey.

Thought you went home.

Yeah, I was feeling blue.

I wanted some baby time.


Well, when she wakes poopy
and hungry in 30 minutes,

she is all yours.

Oh, yeah.

Did you tell her about Avery?

What about Avery?

He got shot.


- Yeah.
- What?

Yeah, sorry. Should have
said that earlier, but he's fine.

Are you... It's just a GSW to
the calf. He's at Grey-Sloan.

- He's okay.
- Wow.

- What?
- All right.

I'll be right back.


Oh, no.

- Hughey?
- Yeah.

Shut up. Just shut up.

Just bury it wa-a-a-ay down.


♪ I try to stay calm through the chaos ♪

- Right on down.
- Okay.


♪ But it likes messing with me ♪

♪ I wanna stay strong ♪

♪ When it's all wrong ♪

♪ I try to stay on my feet ♪

I thought you left.

I-I... I almost did,

but then I thought
you might need to talk.

I don't need anything except space.


I can see that you're pushing me away,

and I want to give you space, but...

So give me space.

I-I understand
that you're going through a lot,

and... and I... I am trying
not to be mad at you, but I...

Well, I just slept with Jack
an hour ago, so be mad at that.


♪ And I ain't got no control ♪


- ♪ I'll tell myself ♪

♪ Gotta keep moving forward ♪

♪ I don't know what's 'round the corner ♪

♪ I don't know what's on the other side ♪

- Hey.
- Hey.

- What are you...
- I quit.

Uh, I came out to my dad, and I quit.

- Mm.
- ♪ Inch by inch, step by step ♪

♪ I might fall, but no regret ♪

♪ I won't turn back
just 'cause the road is long ♪

♪ I keep on moving on ♪

♪ On, on, on ♪

♪ I keep on moving on ♪

- ♪ On, on, on ♪
- Okay.

Any old business?

Seattle PD would like...

DIXON: Battalion Chief.

This is one of our finest fire
servicemen, Robert Sullivan.

No, please. Sit.

I apologize for the interruption.

This, uh, won't take long.

I have some important
information I need to share

with the Civil Service Commission.

Sullivan, we're right
in the middle of a meeting.

Fire Chief Dixon has
unfortunately demonstrated

a pattern of corruption.

Sullivan, I'm warning you.

Beginning with his decision
to cover up the theft

of Schedule 2 narcotics by a firefighter.

W-Wait. W-Which station?


It was me.

♪ The good that I find,
it keeps me trying ♪

- ♪ Everything's falling apart ♪


Hey, kiddo.

Everything okay?

I'm sorry to call so last-minute.

I just...

I need to ask you some questions.

You got pie.

No need for "I'm sorry."

What's up?

What did you know about my parents?

What do you mean?

I mean... you knew them both.

I remember you coming over for dinner.

Were they happy?

Sure. Of course they were.

Don't lie to me, Snuffy. It's me.

What do you want me to say, kid?

Marriage is hard.

Was my dad...

Was... Was he controlling?

Was he awful to her?

Was... Was... Was she crazy?

Andy, where are you going with this?

Uh. I need to know.

I-I need to know the truth.

Look, kid...

don't go picking at scabs
unless you want to bleed.

What... What the hell does that mean?


I'm sorry.

It's not my place to say.

I got to go, Andy, all right?

♪ I keep on moving on ♪

Let your old man rest in peace.

- ♪ I keep on moving on ♪