'Station 19' Season 3 Episode 15: Can gay couple Emmett and Travis save LGBTQ+ representation on the show?

Fans are happy to see #Tremmett and hope that nothing comes between them

                            'Station 19' Season 3 Episode 15: Can gay couple Emmett and Travis save LGBTQ+ representation on the show?
Emmett and Travis (ABC)

In its penultimate episode, 'Station 19' managed to break several hearts after the big twist. Maya Bishop (Danielle Savre) and Carina DeLuca (Stefania Spampinato) seem to have broken up and nothing can help them get back. 

Well, at least it seems like that for now. The reason? Maya cheated on her by having angry sex with Jack Gibson (Grey Damon). With no regret at all, she came to her girlfriend and said, “I just slept with Jack an hour ago, so be mad at that."

However, there was at least one good ending. Emmett Dixon (Lachlan Buchanan) came out of the closet, officially to his dad, Fire Chief Albert Dixon (Pat Healy), and quit Station 19. When he told Travis Montgomery (Jay Hayden), the two embraced with a kiss. Does that mean the couple has a future together?

Fans are happy to see them and hope that nothing comes in between them to destroy their bond. "I’m so happy for Travis and Emmett, they deserve to be happy #Station19 #Tremmett," one fan said and another posted, "I cannot begin to tell you how incredible this relationship is. I'm soo proud of Emmett and am thankful to Travis for giving him that extra encouragement to be who he is."

Jay Hayden as Travis Montgomery and Lachlan Buchanan as Emmett Dixon (ABC)

"Emmett realizing and admitting that he's not a firefighter and then kissing Travis in a bar in front of a lot of people. I'm so proud of him #station19," one fan posted and another wrote, "Look at Emmett now, he can now call himself a proud gay man." Another wrote, "Emmett: Kisses Travis in public without a care in the world Me: trying not to scream cause everyone is asleep in my house so I look like this."

One fan even went on to say they are the "only hope" for the show. "Travis and Emmett are the only hope for the show #Station19," the tweet read and another said, "Emmett is being true to himself and I couldn't be more proud of it and more bc it's been shown in a big network representation matters, next is built a healthy relationship with Travis #station19."

One fan wondered what will happen in the future. "@lachlanbuchanan (if you can say...) will there be more about what happened when Emmett came out to his father and what happened when he told him he quit? #station19," the tweet read.

After the Maya-Carina blunder, perhaps Travis-Emmett is truly the only hope for the show. As the final episode of ‘Station 19’ airs next week, we will find out how things reshuffle for the characters.

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