'Station 19' Season 3 Episode 8: Dean and Vic move in together and fans think they should be more than friends
Fans think Vic's relationship with Jackson might fizzle out considering that she will be living with Dean and helping him raise his baby
Spoiler alert for 'Station 19' Season 3 Episode 8 'Born to Run'
This week's episode of 'Station 19' focused on firefighter Dean Miller after his former girlfriend, JJ — who had given birth in a previous episode — left the baby with him and ran away.
Throughout the episode, Dean struggled with figuring out whether he would be able to take care of the baby or if he should put it up for adoption. Eventually, after Pruitt Herrera talks to him, Dean decides to keep the baby and names her Prue.
Of course, he won't have to look after Prue alone. Victoria 'Vic' Hughes, his friend and fellow firefighter at the same station, decided to move in with him after her boyfriend from 'Grey's Anatomy', Jackson Avery, acted out. Jackson acted out on learning that Vic had moved in with him after her lease expired.
Fans are excited about the development, with many thinking that Vic's relationship with Jackson might fizzle out considering the close proximity she will be in with Dean. They also believe that she might help Dean raise his baby.
One fan tweeted, "Vic and Dean have so much chemistry here. I totally ship it #Station19," while another wrote, "Also, are they going to slowly turn Vic and Dean from friends to lovers? I'd be okay w that. #Station19."
Fans are also saying that Jackson should be worried. One wrote, "Jackson didn't seem to like that Vic is moving in with Dean! Is he a little worried?!? He should be! Dean is a gorgeous, sweetheart!!! #GreysAnatomy #Station19."
However, some fans think Dean and Vic's relationship will remain platonic. One viewer wrote, "Dean and Vic will never be more than friends so this fight is pointless #GreysAnantomy," referring to Vic's fight with Jackson. Another tweeted, "When has Dean ever showed interest in V beyond friendship? #IdLikeToSeeIt but hasn't happened."
'Station 19' airs on ABC on Thursday nights at 8/7c.