Station 19 (2018–…): Season 3, Episode 5 - Into the Woods - full transcript

In an effort to increase morale, Maya takes the crew on a team-building camping trip that doesn't exactly go according to plan. Their bond is put to the test as they work to save first-time campers after a gruesome bear attack.

Go, go, go!

Go, go!

Miller, you're getting a little slow!

Remember, it's smoky, you can't see.

Follow through!

You can do better than that!

Hand over hand! Yes, yes, yes!

Give it all you got, Maya!

Let's go! Get her!

Push! Push!

Time, Maya! Push!

Come on, Maya! Get her! Go!



I am so proud of you.

Mwah! Oh.


Everything okay?


I just need some air.

You hiding from your team, Captain?

It's been a little bit bumpy, sir.

Promotions are always bumpy.
You'll get there.


Hey, how's Andy doing?

She still won't talk to me about Ryan,

and I'm worried about her.

I have no idea how Andy's doing.

She moved out over a week ago.

- She moved? Where?
- I don't know.

She won't talk to me, either.
She thinks I stole her job.

They all do.


You've definitely got a morale problem.

What do I do?

It's not that complicated.

You just need some team building.

Get them out of the station.

Field trips, beach days, camping.


Build a fire,

drink some beers, eat some s'mores.

It goes a long way.

So I order them on their day off

to go camping with me?

It's not an order. It's an invitation.

Practice now. Invite me.


I make an excellent s'more.

Captain Herrera...

would you like to come camping
with my team this weekend?

I would love to. Thanks for asking.

Now them. Go on in.

I'm gonna get some steps.

This'll recharge everybody's batteries.

Is there anything sadder than
an empty jar of peanut butter?

B-shift is always doing this.

They empty the jar,
and then they put it back in the shelf.

Don't look at me.

Maybe you should just
hide it behind the oatmeal.

A grown man should not have to
hide his peanut butter, Ben.

Do you want the chunky or not?

You know what I'm gonna do?

I'm gonna write a note.

- Oh. How civilized.
- Good for you.

Don't bother. Everybody's trying
to transfer to 81 anyways.

Shut the hell up, Rigo.

If I could get your attention
for a moment.

And in walks the reason.

I know this transition
has been hard on you all.

So I wanted to extend an invitation.

A team camping trip.

This weekend.

A chance for us to relax and get
reacquainted with each other.

It's winter.

It's unseasonably warm.

- By day.
- That's what a campfire's for.

I prefer my bed.

Your presence is strongly encouraged.

We depart Station 19 at 700 hours.

Bring your families,
significant others, whoever.

I expect you to be punctual
and prepared for fun!

Oh, good. Mandatory fun.


All right.

Alexa, play smooth jazz.

Playing smooth jazz radio.

So, we could go to my work thing,

but insects don't like me,

and you don't seem like
a pee-in-the-woods type.

So we're gonna go camping right here.

We can binge-watch some movies,
maybe order some takeout.

We've got a...

Ow, ow, ow, ow!

...beautiful view of the sunset.

And no bugs.

Just you and me and little baby...

I have my prenatal spa day, remember?

Uh, can't remember
what you never told me.

Huh. I told someone. Weird.

You know,
they joke about pregnancy brain,

but it's for real hardcore.

Anyway, it's a girl thing,
so just go on your work trip.

A-A-Alexa, stop.

Guys, this is Eva. The Mrs.

This is Gibson,
the guy I was telling you about.

You talking about me to your wife?

Eh, just a little pillow talk.

So, uh, where's JJ?

I don't know. Off doing baby
stuff that doesn't include me.

- Avery coming?
- Uh, yeah.

He's gonna meet us up there
after his surgery.

Hey, just remember, this is a work event,

so if I hear sex sounds
coming from your tent,

I can sue.

Yep, I'm gonna co-sign right there.

Okay, you know what?

Green is not a good color
on either one of you.


That's gross.

But the vocal, we're talking
about, like, the volume...

You're not dressed for camping.

That's because I'm not going.

The countdown to the launch of the PRT,

the Physician Response Team, is on.

I need to inventory
and organize my supplies.

So if you told Bishop
that you needed my help...

But I don't need your help.

That's cold-blooded, Warren.

No, the woods are cold.

The inside of 19 is nice and toasty.




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

I like camping. Maya invited me.

Are you checking up on me?

I'm going to the woods.

I'm soaking up the nature.
I could use it.

You're checking up on me.

One could argue that you should
be checking up on me.

You're not the only one who lost Ryan.


You called me a slut.

You told me
I was compromising your legacy.

Are you here to apologize?
Because I could use an apology.

But guilt?

Because Ryan died?

I'm not biting.

Excuse me.

All right, team! Let's load 'em up
and move 'em out!

Where's the campground?

It's about 3 miles in.

3 miles with all this equipment?

Yeah, and no stragglers.

Travis and Dean, grab the duffel.


There better not be a dead body in here.

It's firewood. This is a state park.

We carry our own wood in for burning.

I went over all the regulations.

I'm telling you, we can
make it look like an accident.

People disappear in these woods
all the time.


Scott, we have company.

Hey! Hey.

Welcome to the neighborhood!

- Scott Burke.
- Hey. You have cheese.

- This is my wife, Rachel.
- Hi.

Come on, come sit by the fire.

Yeah, I'm making coffee.
I have an Ethiopian roast.

Smells good.

We're just passing through, actually.

Come on!

This is a... really nice setup
you got here.


For all of it.

I wanted to go to Italy,

but Scott always wanted to try camping,

so here we are.


With $5,000 worth of... stuff.

Uh, you should... you should
dig a hole for this fire.

Place a ring
of medium-sized stones around it

and keep it at least 10 feet
from any brush.

Wow. You're a regular
Smokey the Bear, aren't you?

I'm a firefighter.
Do something about this fire

before you burn everything to the ground.

Thank you for your service.


Dr. Koracick's office.

Leave a message.

Yeah, Dr. Koracick,
this is Robert Sullivan.

Uh, I-I'd appreciate a call back.

I know you said that last time was, um...

Ca... Just...

Please... just call me back.

Home sweet home!

Gather around, people.

We have to set up tents.
We are burning daylight here.


- Vasquezes.
- Yeah?

You are over there.


And, Gibson, you're actually...

Capable of choosing my own spot.

Oh, Hughes...

Oh, my guy's coming,
so I'm gonna be over there.

Far away from... everyone.

You got to...

You got to put the tarp down first
to protect the tent from moisture.

Isn't the tarp supposed to
protect me from moisture?

Look, I just work here.

The paper says put the tarp down first,

I tell you to put the tarp down first.

Why would you even wear makeup
to a spa day?

I... wouldn't?

JJ comes out the bedroom
this morning, all glammed up.

Tells me she's going on a spa day,

and I have to go on this trip.

But now I'm wondering, is she
really going on a spa trip,

or is she seeing somebody else?

She's 100 months pregnant.
Who is she dating?

Dudes with kinks!

That's... true.

What do I do with this?

I have no idea.
Put all the poles in the holes.

Now Gibson is moving out,

and I don't know
if JJ is moving in, and...

You know, I've always wanted a family.

I know I've always wanted a family.

But in my head,
it just never looked like this.

Look, you asked life for something,

and life delivered it.

But you don't recognize it

because the packaging
is different than you expected.

You asked for a family.
One showed up on your doorstep.

- So now...
- So now...

Now I have to accept
the delivery of the package,

even though I didn't mean
to order it, can't return it,

will eventually have to
put it through college

so it can take care of me when I'm old

and eventually get rid
of my stuff when I die.

You took that metaphor
and you made it weird.

Who brings a clipboard on a camping trip?

Oh, the second she puts it down,
it's going right in the fire.

What's going on with you and your dad?


What's going on with you and Rigo?

What? Nothing.

He's been busting your chops for weeks,

and you're just taking it.

He busts everyone's chops.


Something tells me
you've done this before.

Oh, my God. You have no idea
how happy I am to see you.

- I think I have some idea.
- Oh.

You know where we are, don't you?

We're in the woods. In winter.

On an unseasonably warm day.

Yes, but we're also about

I'd say half a mile
from where we first met.

Yeah? Okay.

You want to take a walk down memory lane?

What are... What are you...?

All right.

You should lose the clipboard.

Oh, it's today's itinerary.

And we're about 20 minutes
behind schedule.

We haven't even dug trenches yet.


Remember, this is fun.

S'mores, beer, ghost stories.


They hate me, Captain Herrera.

A minute ago, they were my friends,

and now I'm the boss of them,
and therefore, they hate me.

There is nothing fun about that for me.

They don't hate you
'cause you're their boss.

They hate you 'cause you won't
put down the clipboard.



Listen up! I'm collecting
any matches and lighters!

We are gonna build a fire

using good, old-fashioned teamwork!

Uh, what happened to
relaxing and bonding?

That's what we're doing.

What do you think you're doing?

I thought I was sleeping.

It's time for practice.

But I won my race.
I thought winners get to sleep.

No. Winners want to keep
winning, so they practice.



Now, you can sleep in if you want to,

but I think your bed just got
a lot less comfortable.

Come on, kid.

Let's do it!


Need a hand?

Uh... sure. Kind of below your pay grade.

Well, this new job
is just too much paperwork.

It's not enough action.

Yeah, I get that.

I need something to do,
or I go a little stir crazy.

Well, just taking inventory.

All these medical supplies came in.

I'm on it.

In the hospital, we had scrub nurses.

Yeah. I'm a one-man operation here.

Phenobarb... 20 vials.

Phenobarb... 20 vials. Check.

I-It's not just the miscarriage.

You know, there's not even a chance

to try for another baby.

Why not?

It's that time of life
for Miranda, you know?

That pregnancy was unexpected,

and it's unlikely that
we're gonna get there again.

And if we did, it's unlikely
she could carry it to term.

Heparin... 20 vials.

Heparin... 20 vials. Check.

And she's okay with that.
I mean, she has Tuck.

She was excited about the baby,

but she's okay with just Tuck.

And you're not?

I thought I was.

Till there was a baby.

And then there wasn't.

It's just...

It's an ache.

It aches.

And I can't... And I won't

say a word of this to my wife,
who has been through plenty.

But it's... it's stupid,

but it feels like I kind of...

I've been robbed or something.

Yeah, don't say that to your wife.

Not robbed by her.

God. Yeah. It's...

No, I won't say a word.

Uh, fentanyl... 25 vials.

Fentanyl... 25 vials. Check.

Uh, what about, uh, adoption?

Have you considered that at all?

I don't know.

Guess I gotta feel all this first.

Sodium chloride... 25 vials.

I'm looking forward to those s'mores.


You never give up, do you?


Huma, right?


- Good run today.
- Thanks.

So, the team usually
goes out for pizza...

My dad has me on a pretty strict diet.


I've seen him at the races.

He's kinda scary, huh?

He's just...


Okay, yeah, he's a little scary.

Are you allowed to go to the movies?

Or does smelling popcorn butter
count against your diet?


Yeah, I... I can go to the movies.

I just have to finish up my stretches.

Okay... First Place.

I'll meet you out front.

Graham crackers, chocolate bars,
and marshmallows...

how hard would it have been?

Who's ready for some s'mores?

No marshmallows.


I will go home. I will go.

Oh, let me check on that for you.

Hey, Captain, are we still
having mandatory fun,

or can we get the hell out of here?

Give her a break, son.

♪ Ohhhhh ♪

♪ Give me land, lots of land ♪

♪ And the starry skies above ♪

♪ Don't fence me in ♪

- ♪ Let me ride ♪
- ♪ Let me... ♪

♪ Through the wide-open country
that I love ♪

♪ Through the wide-open country
that I love ♪

♪ Don't fence me in ♪

♪ Let me be by myself
in the evening breeze ♪

♪ Listen to the murmur
of the cottonwood trees ♪

♪ Send me off forever,
but I ask you please ♪

♪ Don't ♪

♪ Don't ♪

♪ Fence me in ♪

You kids need to take that on the road.

- So good!
- That was awesome.

Captain of the fun police is here.

Is that the sacred pinecone?

This is an exercise.

Why wouldn't it be?

You hold the pinecone,

you say something you appreciate
about the person to your left,

and then you toss it to someone else.

This is hilarious.


- No, she's serious.
- Yeah.

That's what I was saying.

Miller, I appreciate

that you always have your eye on safety.

Wo... Wow.

That was deeply personal,

and I might... I might actually cry.

Pick it up, Herrera.

Not you, sir.


I appreciate how you've always
looked after my health.

Pinecone, I appreciate
what good kindling you make.

Okay, what is it, again? Suck a toe?

Wow! How can you still not get this?

It's soh-cah-toa.

All of trig boils down
to that mnemonic device.

Maybe some empty calories
will help your brain function?

- Hmm?
- Oh, I better not.


You don't eat cookies?

Like, ever?

Stop looking at me like I'm from Mars.


Dad really has the reins on
tight, doesn't he?

Okay, I know how it looks,
but I'm actually really lucky.

I mean, how many kids' dads

are always working
or vanish after a divorce?

Mine never misses a single race.

He puts me above everything.


That is nice.

But there's more to life

than training, running, repeat.


who's your favorite band?


Favorite movie?

TV show?

At least tell me you have
a secret celebrity crush.

A crush, yes.

But it's not a celebrity.

- Morning.
- Morning.

Let me in.

It's freezing out there.

What are you doing? Your
husband's like 50 feet away.

Sleeping pills and beer.
He's dead to the world.





What the hell?

Don't! Don't! He's out there.

If this is another one
of Maya's insane drills,

I swear to God.

Somebody help us, please!

It's not a drill.

Please! Help!

Help! Help!

Help us, please!


Help! Please!

Help us!

There was a bear! Bear!

- Bear! There was a bear!
- Bear?

Bear! Bear! Just remain calm.

We got this. We got this.

We got fire!

It's Rachel, right?
Lay down. Lay down, Rachel.

I need first aid kits here,
anything you got.

- Grab anything you can.
- Going! You got him?

Bring that cooler!
Bring that cooler with water!

All right, Rachel?

Rachel? Can you lay down?
Can you lay down for me?

- Cooler!
- Okay.

- It's an artery.
- All right, what's your name?

Hey, Scott, all right.
I'm Dr. Avery, okay?

Look at me. Just look at me.
I'm right here.

- Did you see which way it went?
- Aah!

Okay, Rachel?

I-I need your phone
to call for help, okay?

Just gonna apply a little pressure here

to stop this bleeding for you.

We have two critically injured
in Longfellow State Park.

Bear attack.

Send immediate aid cars
to the south parking area.

Notify the Park Ranger
and Seattle Fish and Wildlife.

Bear came at me,
and... and Scott went in front.

Is... Is he... Is he okay?

There's a doctor with us, okay?

We're gonna do everything that we can.

I was making coffee.

You don't talk any more, okay?
I need you to relax.

I need you to relax.

Oh, my God. His nose.

It should be out here, okay?

If it is, it's viable. I can reattach it.

Stay with the patient. I'll search.

Hold on. I need more gauze than this.

There is no more.

Okay, make a grid.
Start from the outside in.

Grab anyone not giving aid.

Something funny, Chief?


I just remembered when I, uh...


You all right?

I was in the military. Did you know that?

I... I didn't.

Uh, when was that?

Long time ago.

And here I thought
I was the only one around here

who makes career changes.

You know I speak five languages?

I did... I did not.

Uh, which ones?

Deutsche, Français,
Italiano, Español, Farsi.


So six.


Sir, um...

Y-You sure you're all right?

I'm fine. Just tired.

Medical response. Longfellow State Park.

Longfellow? That's 19.

Sir? Sir.

I'll call the hospital,
tell them to expect you.

How can I help?

Where were you two?

I... I got lost.

Taking a walk.

The two of you,
help me look for the nose.

- The nose?
- The nose.

We're gonna do everything that we can.

All right, this isn't working.
I need a better tourniquet.

- Anybody got a belt?
- The tent straps.

Aid car should be on their way.

How are we gonna get them
down the mountain?

Sleeping bags.

Run the tent poles through the sides,

secure them with straps,
we got two stretchers.

- All right, hurry, Dean. Hurry.
- Yeah, yeah, I'm on it.

This is gonna hurt for one second, okay?

Be tough.


What am I looking for, exactly?

Uh, a trail of blood?


Next time my dad suggests a bonding trip,

maybe try a water park.


- Are you okay?
- What are you doing?

Get back in it.

What's the rule?

Always look forward.

Always. Always look forward.

I thought my friend was hurt.


Out there, no one is your friend.

Only competition.

I still finished second.

That's great.

We'll put that red ribbon on the fridge

with your brother's C and D report cards.

Ladies' 400 meter
relay starts in five minutes.

You saw the way
he looked at us. He knows.

Get away from me.



Oh, this is bad.

Baby bear means...

Mommy bear.

Oh, my God!

Andy, Maya! Get back!

Okay, everyone stay calm.

Don't run, or it'll chase you.

What do we do? Like... play dead?

Brown bear, yes.

Black bear... no.

Then what do we do?

I'm here, bear.

I'm here.

Hi, mama. It's okay.

I'm a human. I'm not here to hurt you.

Andrea, get away from it!

Stay calm, identify yourself, get big.

Dad, you taught me that.

Get big.


No sudden movements.

We're here. We're human.

And we don't taste good.

Just... Just a little farther.

Stay with me. Please stay with me, Scott.

Please, he's dying.

Please... try to stay calm!

And still!

Hold on a sec. Let me get a grip here.

You'll be fine if you... Ugh!

Hey! You want to switch, Doc?

You gonna crike him
when he loses his airway?

W-What did he lose?

Nothing, ma'am.
Just keep your arm elevated.

I... I don't care about my arm.

Please. I care about Scott.

- Please save him.
- Yeah, yeah, we're working on it, okay?

Guys, keep it moving!

Hey, we're moving, Miller.
One foot in front of the other.

That's the ambulance.

Aid car from 23 is already
en route. What do we got?

40-year-old male,
bear attack to the face.

Significant tissue damage.

GCS dropped to 11.
He's already losing his airway.

40-year-old female with an
upper extremity vascular injury.

Significant blood loss on the scene.

No visible fracture.

- Any sign of his, uh...
- Not yet.

- What's his name?
- Scott.

All right, hey, Scott. I'm Ben.

I'm gonna give you
some fentanyl for the pain,

and I'm gonna intubate you
so that you can breathe

until we get you to the hospital.

From there, my good friend Dr. Avery here

is gonna take good care of you.

- Scott! Scott!
- Easy! Ow!

Please hold still! Please.

23's almost here.


Hey. Any luck finding the nose?

No. But we found the bear.


You okay, Mija?

Yeah. I'm okay, Dad.


There's blood!

It's the nose!

We found the nose!


Where's Avery?

He's probably getting close
to the parking lot by now.

Go, Maya.

Haul ass.

Could you pass the potatoes, Dad?


So, the coach says...


What's new with you, son?

I got third place in this mile run.

And I got a piece in the school art show.

Jack of all trades, master of none.

You quit art, you'll finish first.

Damn it!

Let's go, let's go, let's go! Let's move!

Because if you don't
excel, you're just a dilettante.

Which is a fancy word for "loser."

I'll go to your art show, Mason.

And I can't even hear losers, son.

It's like they're dead to me.

I'm sorry I called you a slut.

Really, Dad? Now?

I've been trying to talk to you for days,

and you won't let me, so... yes.



I was way out of line.

None of that was any of my business.

I... I hurt you. I was wrong.

Thank you.

Was there...

Was there something else
you wanted to talk to me about?


I know you miss Ryan.

I miss him, too.

I don't just miss Ryan.

I f... I feel like...

like a part of me is missing.

And I feel angry at the entire world.

And I'm sorry if I've been
taking it out on you.



Well, I just wanted to update you.

The team is all right.

The victims are still
in critical condition,

but they're taking good care
of them over at Grey-Sloan.

That's what it's all about.


Sir, uh, I hope I'm not out of line,

but I just wanted to check in.

As a doctor... and as a friend.

Stress is a real thing in our field.

It can break you
if you don't take it seriously,

work to get ahead of it.

I am feeling the stress.

The transition to
Battalion Chief has been tough.

I appreciate your concern.


Here if you need me.

♪, lots of land
and the starry skies above ♪

♪ Don't fence me in ♪

I thought you were coming home tomorrow.

Uh, bear attack.

Guy lost his nose. No marshmallows.

Mm. Want some cheese puffs?

I think we should get married.


I know. I know, I know, I know.

I should have a ring.

I should be doing this the right way.

But sometimes
life delivers you a package...

- No. No, no, no, no, no.
- When it does...

Like, never, never, no, no.

I'm trying to wrap my head around

being a father in three weeks,

and I don't know what you expect
or want from me.

And I'm trying to do
the right thing, but...

You're basically mocking me.

And I just want to know, like,

when are you gonna
take this seriously, JJ?

Look, I'm here because I want
this baby to know its dad,

and that's all I know right now.

And that has to be enough.

So, if you need flowers and
an altar and a white dress...

I don't, I don't, I don't.
I really don't. I really don't.



I... I just want...

Some cheese puffs?


I want some cheese puffs.

Smells good, doesn't it?


Brings back memories.

Something you want
to talk about, Captain?

I do, but...

you're not the person I need to talk to.

Fair enough.

But, uh... I'm happy to fill in.

Sometimes it helps just to...
talk no matter who it's to.

I'm dying.


- Wow.
- Yeah.

I've faced death.

Hell, I've charged at it
with an axe, with a hose...

But this is inside me.

I... I can't see it, I can't face it,

I can't fight it, and I...

can't seem to tell my daughter.

I want to tell her.

She deserves to know.

But every time I open my mouth
to say it, it... it...

it breaks me.


you told me, and it didn't break you.

Almost broke me.

So tell me again.

I have cancer...

and I'm dying.

I have cancer...

...and I'm... dying.

I have cancer...

and I'm dying.

I have cancer...

and I'm dying.

Thank you.

Thank you, son.

I'm glad this place is back.

To Joe's.

To Joe's.

I bet it's killing her
we're friends again.

We were never not friends, Jack.

I've been sleeping with Eva.

Eva? Rigo's wife, Eva?

Are you trying to give Maya
a reason to fire you?

- No.
- Jack.

There's a code among firefighters.

- I know.
- Do you?

W-We talk about it all the time,
but do you get it?

'Cause I grew up with it.

There was a guy on my dad's team
when I was a kid.

He was funny, and he was nice,

and he always made me hot chocolate

when I would come to the station,

and then one day, he was just gone.

I asked my dad where he went,

and my dad said he broke the code.

No one ever talked about him again.

You sound like Tony Soprano.

I'm not saying they killed him, Jack.

I'm saying he was transferred.

Cast out permanently.

I mean, we were like a family,
and then he was out.

No questions asked.

No visits during the holidays.


I can't stop.

I keep trying, but I can't.

I don't...


I kinda get it, 'cause...

I keep trying to feel something
other than angry, and...

I can't.

I think maybe... we could solve
both our problems.

Make you feel something different.

Help me from getting cast out.


Let's do that.

That's my girl.

Hey, Maya. Congrats.


Let's go celebrate, kiddo.


White wine, please.

You look familiar.

Oh. Uh, I drink here a lot.

Uh, no.

Were you at the hospital earlier?

Yeah, I was.

I'm a firefighter.

I was...

...bringing something.

Oh, my God! Yes!

Y-You were the one
who ran in with the nose!

Yeah. Wow!

Uh, Captain Maya Bishop.

Dr. Carina DeLuca.

Well, okay.

If I buy you a drink,
would you tell me the story

of how you ended up carrying
a nose in a plastic bag?

Sorry. I'm drinking alone tonight.


Are you sure?

Maybe not.

Are you feeling better?

- I am.
- Me, too.