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Home Career Television Series (2018) Station 19 3.10 Something About What Happens When We Talk

3.10 Something About What Happens When We Talk

Episode Title: Something About What Happens When We Talk
Directed by: Yangzom Brauen
Written by: Krista Vernoff
Air Date: March 26, 2020 (USA)
Rating/Share (18-49): 1.1/5
Viewers: 6.90 million
Total: 1.6/8.86 million

"Something About What Happens When We Talk" – After some tense and traumatic experiences, the firefighters get a visit from a psychologist on a new episode of “Station 19,” airing THURSDAY, MARCH 26 (8:00-9:00 p.m. EDT), on ABC. (TV-14, LV) Episodes can also be viewed the next day on demand and on 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 "Something About What Happens When We Talk" are Rigo Sanchez as Rigo, BJ Tanner as Tuck, Lachlan Buchanan as Emmett Dixon, Kelly Thiebaud as Eva, Tracie Thoms as Dr. Diane Lewis and Stefania Spampinato as Dr. Carina Deluca.

"Something About What Happens When We Talk" was written by Krista Vernoff and directed by Yangzom Brauen.


Vic in this episode

After Rigo's death, a therapist is called in to talk to the team about whatever is on their minds. When Dr. Lewis asks to talk to Vic, Dean insists on going first to which Vic agrees and Dean doesn't mind Vic staying. He ends up telling her that he thinks she sabotaged her relationship with Jackson because of her guilt over moving on so fast from Ripley but Vic sets him straight and says that she doesn't feel guilt for moving on fast but relief from the unbearable pain that Ripley's death has caused her. She also let's him know that she didn't sabotage things with Jackson before storming out of the gym. At the end, we see Vic playing with the baby while Dean is cooking dinner.

Quotes from this episode

Dean: Uh, I have a baby.
Vic: Yeah, I have his baby.
Dean: Doctor Lewis, is it legal for our employers to hold us hostage in the gym and force us to talk about our feelings?
Vic: No. We don't use the "F" word here when we're at work.
Sullivan: Miller, Hughes, don't push it.
Dr. Lewis: Hang on, just so I'm clear, are you two friends? Or are you a couple?
Dean: Friends.
Vic: Friends. I'm just helping him with Pru. And I... I moved in, and we take it in shifts. It's...
Dr. Lewis: You moved in?
Dean: She needed a place.
Vic: Yeah, I needed a place.
Dr. Lewis: But you're just friends.
Vic: Yeah. Why is that so hard for everyone to believe?
Dr. Lewis: Who's everyone?
Dean: Her boyfriend.
Vic: My ex-boyfriend. He broke up with me 'cause I moved in with Dean, and he doesn't believe there's nothing between us.
Dean: He broke up with you because you moved in with him without telling him and then you moved in with me without consulting him.
Vic: Why are you taking his side?
Dean: I'm not taking his side. I am your friend...
Vic: Okay.
Vic: My best friend when I was in college was a 90-year-old in my grandmother's assisted-living facility. His name was Milton. And way after my grandmother didn't recognize me anymore, uh, I would go and visit him. Do you think that's weird?
Dr. Lewis: No.
Vic: So we would... we would laugh and play cards, and he would give me excellent advice about my life because my parents were always working, so I couldn't ask them for much. So, when Milton died, I cried a lot for a while, and then I made a new best friend. I didn't feel guilty for moving on from him. You think I should've?
Dr. Lewis: No.
Vic: And when my fiancé died... not that long ago... I don't feel guilty for moving on so fast. I feel relief from the unbearable pain of losing him. Do you think that makes me... wrong? Or bad? Or shallow?
Dr. Lewis: Do you think it does?
Vic: No.
Dr. Lewis: Then no.
Vic: I didn't sabotage it with Jackson. I just didn't ask his permission before I moved in with a friend. And I think you're a little backwards for thinking I should have. And I won't move out because you told me your truth, but I hope you won't kick me out for telling you your truth is stupid.
Dean: Okay.
Vic: I feel better. Thanks for the therapy. I feel better. Sorry about your parents.

Photos from this episode



Music in this episode

Ophelia - Roo Panes
Episode opening, in memory of Vasquez character.

Jack & Diane - Grey Damon
Jack pauses to sing an excerpt from the John Mellencamp song as he talks about difficulties last Christmas being his worst experience.

The Maze - Manchester Orchestra
Bishop talks about how thinking about death soothes her.

When It Rains - Lightning Dust
At the end.