'Station 19' Season 3 Episode 4 Review: Will Andy and Jack move in together after being hurt by Maya?
There may be a new (or old?) romance bubbling at the shore of the forthcoming episodes of 'Station 19'
Spoiler Alert for 'Station 19' Season 3 Episode 4 — 'House Where Nobody Lives'
Remember that saying, "The enemy of my enemy is my friend?" That is exactly what transpires in the new episode of 'Station 19', perhaps a little with a relationship twist though. Both, Jack Gibson (Grey Damon) and Andrea 'Andy' Herrera (Jaina Lee Ortiz) are hurt by Maya Bishop (Danielle Savre) after she lets ambition get in the way of relationships and friendships.
To move on from his relationship, Jack hooks up with the wife of another firefighter. And now, Maya is promoted to captain. It only makes things worse. Like everyone else at Station 19, Jack knows Andy deserved the job. Not only was Andy a lieutenant for a longer time, but she put in double the effort. It isn't fair to Andy. It puts the team in a dilemma as they try to support Andy and also be on Maya's side.
Bringing some radical changes, Maya asks the team to abide by the ambulance “patrolling” high-risk areas. This calls for 90 minutes of grueling group work and she is too harsh when Dean Miller (Okieriete Onaodowan) misses it. Well, it's not entirely his fault. He just finds out about his pregnant ex. Since Miller is late, Maya asks the entire team to repeat the activity and pisses everyone out.
Meanwhile, Ben Warren (Jason George) and Jack mollify a group of homeless foster and biological siblings so they can help save a life and this triggers memories from Jack’s past. Something similar happened to him and his foster siblings. Their parents died in a house fire. That makes him nostalgic and he puts in all his might to save the oldest teenager while keeping the kids together. He also asks Ben to talk to Miranda Bailey (Chandra Wilson) to tell Social Services to make sure the children stay together.
Meanwhile, the new Fire Chief is already creating trouble. Michael Dixon (Pat Healy) was never a firefighter, he was a former cop and that puts him on a totally different tangent. Pruitt Herrera (Miguel Sandoval) was diagnosed with cancer on the job and his medical bills should be covered but Dixon doesn't comply with his request. That's when Herrera threatens to take drastic action.
However, towards the end of the episode, a new bond seems to be developing. Jack takes the time to talk to Andy about Ryan's death. "I hate that it cost you your promotion," he says. "Destroyed my life," Andy remarks. The two have a friendly chat and in the end, Andy asks if Jack would like to move in as roommates. Whoa! Isn't that a rash decision? After all, the two did date each other in the past.
There may be a new (or old?) romance bubbling at the shore of the forthcoming episodes of 'Station 19'. Who knows?
Catch the new episodes on ABC every Thursday at 8 pm ET.