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Home Career Television Series (2018) Station 19 4.01 Nothing Seems The Same

4.01 Nothing Seems The Same

Episode Title: Nothing Seems The Same
Directed by: Paris Barclay
Written by: Kiley Donovan
Air Date: November 12, 2020 (USA)
Rating/Share (18-49): 1.2/7
Viewers: 6.59 million
Total: 1.7/8.89 million
WHEN THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC HITS SEATTLE, THE STATION 19 CREW LEANS ON EACH OTHER FOR SUPPORT ON THE SEASON PREMIERE OF ABC'S 'STATION 19,' THURSDAY, NOV. 12

"Nothing Seems The Same" – When the COVID-19 pandemic hits Seattle, the Station 19 crew leans on each other for support. Andy tries to make sense of her mother’s return, while Sullivan settles into a new routine. And it's all-hands-on-deck when a group of teenagers unintentionally starts a wild fire on the season four premiere of "Station 19," airing THURSDAY, NOV. 12 (8:00-9:00 p.m. EST), on ABC. (TV-14, DLV) 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 Stefania Spampinato as Carina DeLuca.

Guest starring in "Nothing Seems The Same" are Chandra Wilson as Miranda Bailey, Kevin McKidd as Owen Hunt, Patricia DeLeon as Elena, Laura Ceron as Tia Sandra, Noah Alexander Gerry as Joey, BJ Tanner as Tuck, V. Vieux as Rosalind, Jayne Taina as Marsha, Colleen Foy as Inara, Ansel Sluyter-Obidos as Marcus, Jeannie Sakata as Nari, Kenneth Maseroll as Travis’s Dad, Drew Powell as Fowler, Nathan Wallace as Banks, Tess Aubert as Billie, Paul Lee as Kayden, Justin Ellings as Frankie, Matthew Erick White as Conor, Peter Onorati as Snuffy Souza, Jack Conley as Captain Lawrence and Reginald VelJohnson as Charlie.

"Nothing Seems The Same" was written by Kiley Donovan and directed by Paris Barclay.

Promos

Vic in this episode

It's April 2020, 3 weeks after Dean had kicked Vic out. She is currently living with Travis and the Covid pandemic has hit Seattle. Vic and Travis are on aid car duty, discussing dating before they get to the scene with a couple of teenagers who got hurt. They take care of them and leave only to be called back to the same location a moment later. They find one of the teens severely burned after an explosion and take care of him and bring him to Grey's Sloan. Back at the station, Vic walks in on Travis in the shower and complains how her and Dean are no longer friends and there is a pandemic and they can't have a real funeral for Pruitt and she needs just a little bit of normal in her life. Travis offers Vic to move in with him for real which Vic is truly happy about. At the end of the episode, they have a virtual memorial for Pruitt with all of 19 attending.

Quotes from this episode

Vic: Wait, you're giving them our toilet paper?
Travis: Our toilet paper?
Vic: You're giving them your toilet paper?
Travis: You're never gonna find your own place, are you?
Vic: I'm looking. I am!
Travis' mom: Oh, hi, honey.
Travis: Hi, Mom.
Vic: Hi, Mom.
Vic: How does one even date during a pandemic?
Travis: Same way as before. You just text each other for weeks until someone stops responding. This guy's profile just says "snakes."
Vic: Oh, do you think that means he's interested in snakes as a hobby, or is he interested in snake-like men?
Travis: Does it matter?
Vic: I dunno, I just feel like I need to vibe with a guy if I'm gonna risk my life to make out with him.
Travis: Who said I was planning on making out?
Vic: Oh, so you have zero intention of actually sleeping with any of these guys?
Travis: We will cross that bridge... when it becomes impossible not to. [ laughs ] Anyway, it's like going to the gym. You stretch before and then... wipe everything down after.
Vic: I have an 18-year-old male with full thickness burns from a car explosion, three other teenagers MIA, possibly injured, possibly high, definitely stupid.
Owen: Hey, Hughes! We're not taking any...
Vic: No, I know you're not taking any non-COVID cases right now, but you are taking this teenager with full thickness burns from head to toe from a car explosion. I intubated him on the scene. He's hypertensive and tachycardic, and you are the best, so you are taking him, because if you send us away, he dies, and that makes you a murderer.
Owen: Okay.
Vic: Okay.
Owen: Okay, trauma one. You were right to bring him here.
Vic: Yeah, I know that. Oh, uh, the next kid that comes in, Billie, make sure no one calls them "he" or "she," okay?
Owen: Wait, there's more?
Vic: Yeah, don't murder any of the burned teenagers, Dr. Hunt!
Travis: I hate teenagers. I hated teenagers even when I was a teenager.
Vic: 'Cause they're so stupid?
Travis: 'Cause they're so stupid.
Vic: Yeah, well, their brains aren't fully formed yet, so it's not entirely their fault. It's like hating a puppy for being cute. You know, they can't help what they are, so...
Travis: I hate that they're gonna miss prom and graduation. High school sucks enough without a pandemic to take away all the parts that don't suck.
Vic: Oh, yeah.
Travis: Hey, Vic.
Vic: Huh? Whatever happened to hot doctor lover?
Vic: Oh, just doctor, not lover.
Travis: Still hot, though.
Vic: Yeah.
Travis: Yeah
Vic: Well, I guess Miller and I aren't friends anymore.
Travis: I'm naked!
Vic: In three weeks, the entire world turned upside down. Miller kicked me out, and then two days later, a pandemic hit. My parents aren't working, for the first time in my entire life. We're about to memorialize our captain on a video chat. And you saw something crazy on a gay dating app, and you won't even gossip with me about what it is. Okay, I need like one thing... One thing in my life to be normal right now, and if it's not you, I don't know what the hell it is.
Travis: It was my Dad. I was swiping for gay sex, and I saw a picture of my Dad with his shirt off, wearing only chinos and a belt.
Vic: No.
Travis: And his profile said... "Let me be your daddy."
Vic: Are you sure it was him?
Travis: I gave him the belt.
Vic: You g... Oh, God! Oh!
Travis: It's fine. Okay, you know what?
Vic: Oh, God!
Travis: No, alright, it's fine.
Vic: Stop!
Travis: No, it's fine. No, no, it's fine. You know what? You're into men. Great. Awesome. Live your life. But don't stay married to my Mom.
Vic: Yeah.
Travis: Yeah.
Vic: Sure. Yeah. That. And the lifetime of shame and internalized homophobia that he inflicted on you, right?
Travis: There's also that.
Vic: Yeah. [ laughs ]
Travis: Move in with me. Not temporarily. Just move in with me. And let's be the one normal thing in each other's lives.
Vic: Yeah?
Travis: Yeah.
Vic: Yeah?!
Travis: Yeah.
Vic: Yeah! Oh, I love you! Yes!
Travis: Oh! No, no, Vic! Oh, you're naked, too!
Vic: Ohhh, let me be your daddy.
Travis: No! What?!

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Scenes

Music in this episode

Roll With Me - Davie
Travis and Vic make a delivery; Jack brings a box to Marcus, Inara, and Marsha. He and Inara flirt.

Change Will Come - Miss Me
Dean and Jack talk about Sasha; the firefighters drive past people who are celebrating them.

If We Make It Through the Night - The Rescues
Travis invited Vic to move in with him permanently; Jack eulogizes Pruitt to Dean.

Last One to Know - Leah Nobel
Andy speaks at her father's virtual funeral.