'Station 19' Season 3 Episode 6 Preview: Is Ben suspicious about [spoiler] in 'Ice Ice Baby'?

In the next episode, the focus might be on Ben Warren and Robert Sullivan


                            'Station 19' Season 3 Episode 6 Preview: Is Ben suspicious about [spoiler] in 'Ice Ice Baby'?
Jason George as Benjamin 'Ben' Warren (ABC)

'Station 19' has quite a few complicated storylines molded into one another. With Maya Bishop (Danielle Savre) as the captain, there is much bad blood between her and Andrea 'Andy' Herrera (Jaina Lee Ortiz). What's more, Andy seems to have rushed into a hook-up with Jack Gibson (Grey Damon) too soon.

And if that was not enough, sparks seem to be flying between Maya and the hot 'Grey's Anatomy' doctor Cristina DeLuca (Stefania Spampinato). With all these twists in play, there seems to be much in store for fans. In the next episode, the focus might be on Ben Warren (Jason George). 

Titled 'Ice Ice Baby', the summary reads: "When a blizzard hits Seattle, Travis must make a difficult call and members of the crew are forced to face their truths. Meanwhile, Ben has rising suspicions about a colleague." Who could Ben be suspicious about? Going by all the previous events, it might be Robert Sullivan (Boris Kodjoe).



 

In the last episode, Sullivan went from abusing pain medication to swiping fentanyl and he even decided to shoot up on the job. Since Sullivan has been tight-lipped about his pain all this time, Ben could be the one to find out about it.

Perhaps, it could strain their bond and that isn't good news for viewers. "I don’t like this new drug spin they’re going to put on Sullivan. I like Boris Kodjoe On the show, and I hope this eventual drug habit for Sullivan doesn’t make him leave the show," one fan posted and another wrote, "Why do I feel this is the beginning of the end for Sullivan, he gonna get his self hooked on that stuff."

Hinting at the possible indication, one clever fan pointed out, "Sullivan forgot Warren a doctor/anesthesiologist too." And another wrote, "Oh God, Sullivan. No! So is this going to end up killing Warren's program or just going to be yet another (yawn) everyone's addicted to opioids storyline?"

Directed by Tessa Blake and written by Rob Giles, the episode airs on February 27, 2020.

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