'Station 19' Season 3 Episode 15: 'F**k Maya', bisexual fans outraged after her angry sex scene with Jack
There's trouble in paradise and their relationship is so broken that nothing may be able to fix it
What's happening to relationships in ‘Station 19’? Each time we start to feel a little happy for a couple, a new twist destroys them in an irreparable manner.
In this week's episode ‘Bad Guy’, a shocking ending has changed the game for Maya Bishop (Danielle Savre) and Carina DeLuca (Stefania Spampinato). There's trouble in paradise and their relationship is so broken that nothing may be able to fix it.
It all started when Maya was confronted about her father's abusive nature. At first, she kept away from Carina, and when Jack Gibson (Grey Damon) confronted her, she was agitated and it ended in angry sex. If that was not all, she announced it to Carina with no regrets at all. “I just slept with Jack an hour ago, so be mad at that,” Maya disgustfully told her. Fans cannot handle the new twist and demand better bisexual representation.
"F**k Maya!! I'm so angry right now. I can't protect u anymore... these shows are killing me @Station19 #station19," one fan said, and another wrote, "I'm so mad at Maya, I love her but what on earth? When we said Carina and Maya content, that's not what we meant #Station19."
What's more, viewers can't stop slamming the Shondaland writers. "The writers are really f***ing with our OTP and I am not happy PLS NOOOOO!!!! Carina and Maya deserve everything #Station19," one said and another posted, "Thanks Shondaland or who the f**k you are for destroying the magic between Carina and Maya! #Station19." One said, "I’m so sad and angry about this situation, they deserve better, Carina deserves better, bisexual representation deserves better, I’m devastated #Station19."
"@ station 19 writers, NO ONE makes Maya Bishop as happy as Carina Deuca and IF you just have them END because of this s**t then you’ve made a MASSIVE mistake," one posted and another said, "While commercial let me tell you I had tweet praising Station for Maya and Carina in drafts and seems like it'll stay in drafts. Unbelievable that certain showrunner can't write any relationship without toxicity #Station19."
Some even called out Maya for being an "abuser" just like her dad. "Maya doesn’t even realize she is an abuser just like her dad. The moment she was in power, she became emotionally abusive to people. #Station19," one tweet read. Another said, "If next season of #station19 doesn’t give us Maya working on herself and apologizing to carina every single episode until the season finale when she has finally proven her worth and carina decides to forgive her then what is the point?"
One tweet said, "It upsets me with Maya and Carina because I honestly didn’t see something like this happening. Yes, it’s a difficult time but I kinda figured Maya would keep running and push carina away. I didn’t picture the trope being used. It’s ugly and unnecessary. #Station19."
"Maya definitely needs help and I hope she gets it, she’s completely lost and blind, now what we’re not going to do is excuse her cheating cause that’s never the answer #Station19," one said.
Moreover, the LGBTQ+ community is distraught. "Yooooooooo, the queer claws are out!!!! We’re Definitely not feeling the @S19Writers having Maya cheat on Carina with Jack after Carina was a saint to her.... not cool, writers, not cool....#Station19," one said and another posted, "The station 19 writers really thought they were doing something by having a bisexual woman cheat on her girlfriend with a man.. wow... never seen that before...groundbreaking #station19."
Another fan said, "Listen I know that there is so much grey area when it comes to LGBT rep but it just feels really gross to have a bisexual woman cheat on her girlfriend with a man and then have her be so horrifyingly cruel to said girlfriend."
The new plot twist just seems to be a result of trashy writing and fans don't seem to be in the mood to forgive the showrunners anytime soon. Will ‘Station 19’ survive after this storm? As the final episode airs next week, only time will tell what really changes.