‘Station 19’ Season 4 Episode 5 ‘Out Of Control’: Will Marsha die of Covid-19 and Jack and Inara come closer?
Remember how Marsha (Jayne Taini) had been complaining about Covid-19 lockdown and masks in ‘Nothing Seems the Same’?
A cloud of death and doom hovered over ‘Station 19’ in its last season. Could this season be heading in the same direction? Titled ‘Don't Look Back in Anger’, this week's episode dropped a major shocker. Jack Gibson (Grey Damon) got closer to Inara (Colleen Foy) like he always wanted but in a way that would shatter his heart.
Remember how Marsha (Jayne Taini) had been complaining about Covid-19 lockdown and masks in ‘Nothing Seems the Same’? Inara and Marcus (Ansel Sluyter-Obidos) had quarantined at Marsha's place together and Marcus was annoyed with masks as he couldn't read their lips. Moreover, the young boy also got irked when Jack didn't come inside the house to see his new train set to maintain a secure distance.
Marsha even went on to say that masks were helping at all. She wasn't ready to listen even when Jack told her people said the same thing about seat belts when they first came out. As the three lived together, Jack would visit them to spend time with them after his shift. Shunning the Covid-19 rules didn't do Marsha any good and she seems to have contracted the deadly virus. In the episode, she collapsed and tested positive after being rushed to a hospital. Thankfully, Inara and Marcus tested negative.
With the huge tragedy, Inara couldn't help but think about her living arrangement and how she would cope up if something happened to Marsha. At that time, Jack consoled her and told her she should take things one day at a time. Now the biggest question on all minds is: Will Marsha die of Covid-19?
Titled ‘Out Of Control’, the summary for the new episode reads: "Andy and Sullivan find a way to stay connected; Ben confronts a tough loss, and Jack and Inara grow closer. Meanwhile, while off duty, the crew jumps into action to help a mother in distress, but their heroic efforts spark conflict with police officers who are less than eager to offer support."
Going by the description, Jack and Inara will come closer and perhaps, it could spark the beginning of a new relationship. Fans definitely want that to happen. "ok I just have to say it: Jack and Inara are really cute and I'm loving to see him finally being happy," one tweet read and another said, "THE WAY JACK LOOKS AT INARA SHUT UP IM CRYING." A third wrote, "INARA AND JACK omg my heart is so soft SHE NEEDS TO HUG HIM."
ok i just have to say it: jack and inara are really cute and i'm loving to see him finally being happy #station19— aryane the squirrel (@anotherxjokerz) December 4, 2020
THE WAY JACK LOOKS AT INARA SHUT UP IM CRYING #station19— alina (@praisethegreyss) December 11, 2020
#Station19 INARA AND JACK omg my heart is so soft SHE NEEDS TO HUG HIM 😍😭😭😭— Pooshh🐩 (@surreraspooshh) December 11, 2020
Moreover, the possibility of Inara's death has got many scratching their heads. "Marsha please don’t die," one fan wrote and another said, "Poor Jack. Marsha is going to die, isn't she?" A third wrote, "Should we be worried that Marsha is not well in 4x04? We were promised a lighter season and I hope nothing happens to her. She maybe a recurring character but I like her. Want her to stick around for a very very long time."
marsha please don’t die 🙏🏻🙏🏻 #Station19— Stefanielle and Marina Fan Account (@MoreStefanielle) December 11, 2020
Poor Jack. Marsha is going to die, isn't she? #Station19— orange juice (@TVNonsense) December 11, 2020
Should we be worried that Marsha is not well in 4x04? We were promised a lighter season and I hope nothing happens to her. She maybe a recurring character but I like her. Want her to stick around for a very very long time. #Station19 #Marsha— Moo! (@moozanna) November 26, 2020
The crossover episode of ‘Station 19’ Season 4 and ‘Grey's Anatomy’ Season 17 premiered on Thursday, November 12, 2020. Written by Zaiver Sinnett and directed by Paris Barclay, the fifth episode ‘Out Of Control’ will air on Thursday, December 3, from 8 pm ET to 9 pm ET on ABC. Episodes can also be viewed the next day on demand and on Hulu.