Saturday, December 14, 2019

2.04 Lost And Found

Episode Title: Lost and Found
Directed by: Marcus Stokes
Written by: Jim Campolongo
Air Date: October 25, 2018 (USA)
Rating/Share (18-49): 0.9/4
Viewers: 5.02 millions
Total: 1.5/7.19 millions
THE CREW RESPONDS TO A DERELICT BUILDING FIRE, AND RYAN HAS AN UNEXPECTED RUN-IN

"Lost and Found" – Everyone is less than enthusiastic when Sullivan assigns each member of the crew a specialty skill to learn. During a house call, Ryan is caught off guard when he comes face-to-face with someone from his past; and Sullivan, Andy and Maya handle a structure fire in a derelict building on ABC’s “Station 19,” THURSDAY, OCT. 25 (9:01–10:00 p.m. EDT), on The ABC Television Network, streaming and on demand.

"Station 19" stars Jaina Lee Ortiz as Andy Herrera, Jason George as Ben Warren, Grey Damon as Jack Gibson, Barrett Doss as Victoria Hughes, Alberto Frezza as Ryan Tanner, Jay Hayden as Travis Montgomery, Okieriete Onaodowan as Dean Miller, Danielle Savre as Maya Bishop and Miguel Sandoval as Captain Pruitt Herrera.

Guest starring in "Lost and Found" are Brett Tucker as Fire Chief Lucas Ripley, Boris Kodjoe as Captain Robert Sullivan, Talia Jackson as Zoe, Matthew Boylan as Employee and Dermot Mulroney as Greg Tanner.

"Lost and Found" was written by Jim Campolongo and directed by Marcus Stokes.
Andy's Voiceover
"You know that feeling in your gut, the one that says something's about to go horribly wrong? That's instinct, and it's a firefighter's greatest asset. If you can't trust your instincts, you're in trouble. You begin to question everything, including yourself, and we can't have that. We have to trust and trust blindly, trust fully, trust completely, and see where it takes you. You can't always tell when your trust in someone gets broken. And it can be even harder to figure out how to rebuild the trust that's been lost. But you can usually tell when it's starting to grow stronger. Trust peeks through in different ways. A gesture, a question, a confession. Trust is delicate. Trust is sharing parts of yourself you think others will run from. But there's always a catch. Because in order to gain trust, first, you got to give it."

Vic in this episode

Vic and the girls are out drinking and enjoying themselves. Maya and Vic wanna be Andy's wing-women. They think she should get out there again and date. Vic is still texting Mr. Station 23. The next morning, Vic kayaks up to Dean's houseboat to have breakfast with him and Jack. Dean is annoyed. At the station, Dean tries to talk about Jack not wanting to be alone but she thinks it's just him loving his place because it's so amazing. Maya and Andy are in the kitchen and Vic asks Andy what happened with the guy last night. She is disappointed when she finds out that Andy only gave out her number and nothing else happened. At the call, Vic tries to talk to Travis about going to the support group but Travis doesn't want to talk about it and walks away. Dean and Vic are stuck in the building while trying to rescue some children. Sullivan comes to their rescue and they all make it out of there. At the end of the episode, Vic joins Travis for the support group. They are surprised to see Chief Ripley there who tells them he is still haunted by the skyscraper incident. Vic ends up apologizing for her part in it which he appreciates. They have a moment.

Quotes from this episode

Andy: All right, this is about to go horribly wrong.
Vic: Nope, not tonight. Tonight everything is gonna be all right.
Andy: This is why I stick to beer.
Vic: Nuh-uh, beer is for frat boys, not grown-ass women tearing it up.
Maya: Especially on our first night out in a million years just the three of us.
Andy: Mm, the three of us plus Mr. Station 23 man-blanket?
Vic: You know, they should have sent Sullivan to 23. Let him fix the stations that are broken, not break the ones that are working.
Vic: Time to get to work.
Andy: Work?
Maya: Wing-womaning.
Vic: Bishop and I have made a decision. It is time for you to get back out there, maybe meet someone you don't work with or live next door to. We're gonna wing.
Andy: No way.
Vic: Please, please, please let us wing. I live to wing. I wanna wing!
Andy: I-I didn't order this.
Barkeeper: The gentleman over there said to tell you, "If the lady wants a beer, the lady should have a beer."
Vic: Oh, that was way too easy.
Maya: Now's the part where you just talk to the boy.
Andy: And say what?
Vic: Uh, "Hi, my name is Andy. I want to put your face on my face." [laughter]
Dean: What the hell is this?
Vic: Brought the bagels. Uh, this place is amazing! Where is Gibson?
Dean: Uh, not here. Were -- Were you just using my kayak?
Vic: No, I brought my own kayak.
Vic: Or that something could be that you have the coolest place out of all of us. Sorry, no offense to Chez Bishop.
Andy: Oh, or you mean Hacienda Herrera.
Vic: Okay, well, y'all can call it whatever you want. What I wanna know is were you entertaining visitors last night? What happened after I left the bar? Oh, come on! Supremely handsome guy!
Andy: You mean supremely handsome Brad? Who may have scored some digits?
Vic: You have out your number? Okay. Okay. She... did it.
Maya: It's not like she brought the guy home.
Vic: We may have overcorrected.
Vic: Hey, why so glum, chum? Herrera has the right to look like a deflated balloon, but you?
Maya: I don't like to lose.
Vic: We didn't. We saved all the peoples today.
Andy: I never should have trusted you girls, or the universe.
Vic: Well, you know, if you can't even trust yourself to give out the right number...
Vic: I, uh -- I wanted to apologize, uh, for the way I spoke to you the night of the skyscraper. [sighs] If I -- If I made that -- If I was part of making that incident harder on you, I'm sorry.
Ripley: I appreciate that, Hughes. I understood where you were coming from.
Vic: I didn't exactly understand the same for you. Anyway, um... You know, I really -- I really expected to hate being here today, but I actually really liked it what you had to say.
Ripley: Thank you, I think.
Vic: Oh, no. No, I'm sorry. I mean -- I mean -- I mean that about what you said. It was depressing but in a good way.
Ripley: [chuckling] Okay.
Vic: No. God, no, sorry, sorry. I mean you were great. That was, uh -- That's all. What you said, what you shared, was...great.
Ripley: Well, uh, maybe you should get up and share a little, too, next week. I'm sure your experience would help a lot of firefighters.
Vic: Yeah, I don't know. Maybe. [chuckles]
Ripley: I hope I'll see you.
Vic: Well, um... Have a great rest of your night, Chief.

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Scenes

Music in this episode

Lash Out - Alice Merton
Andy, Vic and Maya have drinks at a bar; Maya stands up for Sullivan when Vic and Andy talk him down; Andy is encouraged by Vic and Maya to get out and date again.

I Don't Want to Lose You - Luca Fogale
The outside team finally gets water and begins to water down the building, allow the rest of the team to escape the fire with Zoe; Sullivan insists on Andy getting fresh air before checking on Zoe.

Just Let Go - Jake Etheridge
Ripley shares about the skyscraper fire at group support; Vic apologizes to Ripley for yelling; Jack tells Dean that he was in the foster system; Ryan tells Pruitt about his father when Andy arrives.