Thursday, June 30, 2022

3.06 Ice Ice Baby

Episode Title: Ice Ice Baby
Directed by: Tessa Blake
Written by: Rob Giles
Air Date: February 27, 2020 (USA)
Rating/Share (18-49): 1.1/6
Viewers: 6.59 million
Total: 1.6/8.76 million

"Ice Ice Baby" – When a blizzard hits Seattle, Travis must take a difficult call and members of the crew are forced to face their truths. Meanwhile, Ben has rising suspicions about a colleague on a new episode of "Station 19," airing THURSDAY, FEB. 27 (8:00-9:00 p.m. EST), on ABC. (TV-14, DV) Episodes can also be viewed the next day on, the ABC app and Hulu.

“Station 19” stars Jaina Lee Ortiz as Andy Herrera, Jason George as Ben Warren, Boris Kodjoe as Captain Robert Sullivan, Grey Damon as Jack Gibson, Barrett Doss as Victoria Hughes, 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 "Ice Ice Baby" are Stefania Spampinato as Dr. Carina Deluca and Jonathan Bennett as Michael.

"Ice Ice Baby" was written by Rob Giles and directed by Tessa Blake.


Vic in this episode

Vic is arguing with Jackson on the phone. Travis overhears it and Vic complains about men being babies before running off. Later, while playing with the kids, Dean tells her that JJ is in labor and she tells him that her and Jackson had their first fight and she doesn't even remember how it started. She is upset that Jackson is not replying to her calls and thinks he is breaking up with her. Dean in the meantime is worried whether he will be a good dad to his baby and Vic reassures him how amazing he is and that the baby is the luckiest baby to have him as a father. Later, she walks in after Rigo punches Jack and takes care of his bleeding nose and doesn't give Rigo the chance to explain why he punched him. At the end, Vic finds out about Pruitt's cancer.

Quotes from this episode

Vic: Yeah, no, it sounds like you're s-- It sounds like you're saying I tried to manipulate you. It's what you're saying. You're just not saying it. No, I'm not trying to start a fight. I'm just tr-- Okay. Yeah, okay, bye. Don't.
Travis: I didn't say anything.
Vic: Um... you want to tell me why men are such babies?
Travis: Ooh. Question for the ages. Mm. Maybe you'll find the answer, uh, if you take over for my phone shift. Please!
Vic: Oh, no! No, no. You're not gonna do it today. I already put in my phone time, and, uh, now I gotta go entertain some kids.
Travis: Vic.
Vic: You're a baby.
Travis: ­Baby.
Vic: Men are babies! Excuse me.
Vic: Miller's here! Heads up! Okay, you understand what to do with a ball, right?
Dean: Can you imagine having to pee one of these?
Vic: I'm sorry, what?
Dean: JJ's in labor.
Vic: What? Now?
Dean: Yes.
Vic: Here -- At Grey-Sloan?
Dean: No, no, no. Here, upstairs, in the showers.
Vic: Are you s-- Man, what are you doing down here?
Dean: I mean, she needs her space, and I have a greater chance of survival right here.
Vic: Okay, well, there's a guy getting his foot cut off in there, so I wouldn't be so sure about that.
Dean: Hey.
Vic: Hey.
Little girl: Is she your girlfriend?
Vic: [ chuckles ] No.
Dean: Ha ha. Me? Her? No, no, no. She's dating Superman.
Vic: ­Yeah.
Dean: I'm more like the Brown Hornet.
Vic: Yeah, his girlfriend is having a baby right now. Can you believe that?
Little girl: Ew.
Dean: Yeah. Exactly how I feel.
Vic: She nailed it.
Dean: She's not really my girlfriend.
Vic: Oh, yeah, I forgot. She's just some chick you knocked up.
Dean: Seems like it.
Vic: It's a bad day for lovers. - Jackson and I had our first fight.
Dean: ­Oh. Was it about which one of his eyes are prettier?
Vic: Yeah, you know what? That's so weird. That's exactly what it was.
Dean: That's what I thought.
Vic: No, um, it was... really dumb, and, uh... I actually don't even remember how it started.
Dean: Ah. That sounds like a first fight.
Vic: Yeah.
Dean: He still didn't call?
Vic: No, he didn't. And you know what? If this is his way of breaking up with me by just ghosting me after our first fight, then you know what? Screw him. Sorry. He is a terrible person, and I am stupid for ever having dated him.
Dean: Or maybe he's in surgery?
Vic: Yeah, sure. If you want to be logical about it.
Dean: What if I'm a terrible dad?
Vic: Miller, did you have a terrible dad?
Dean: Uh, no. Um, I don't -- I don't know. He fed us, sure. He clothed us.
Vic: Okay.
Dean: He made sure we went to school.
Vic: ­Mm-hmm.
Dean: I didn't end up in jail or [ inhales sharply ] on drugs. So... I mean, I don't know. Was he a dad dad? Did he love us? That's -- That's debatable.
Vic: I relate to that statement more than I care to admit, and now I feel attacked. Miller, you are... kind and tough and playful and funny and strong and level-headed, patient, not judgmental. A little judgmental.
Dean: A lot of judgmental.
Vic: [ chuckles ] Uh, you're forgiving. You're the best there is. That little kid's gonna be the luckiest kid ever.

Photos from this episode



Music in this episode

Runnin' It Now - Pigeon John
Beginning of the episode; Jack and Andy cleaning.

Cello Suite No. 1 in G Major, BWV 1007: I. Prélude - Mstislav Rostropovich
Wedding ceremony, Travis, flashback.

We'll Be Free (feat. nilu) - AG
Travis talking to Pilar, with his saying he forgives her (playing role of her son), that she always did the best for him, and she's saying she's ready to "go".

Amazing Grace - Sleeping at Last
The "beginning" and "the end" -- baby is born in the station house - everyone relieved; and several other sub-plots resolve, including Andy struggles after hearing her dad's prognosis.