|“||Everything seems perfectly fine in the light. The world is bright and happy and delicious. But you don't know what's around every corner. You can't know what's coming next. The light may go out and leave you in the dark. Firefighters are taught to find our way in the dark. Keep one hand on the wall at all times, let it guide you. Don't let the dark taunt you. Stay calm. Move forward. There's always a way. So when you find your path through the darkness, when you step out into the light, take a breath, let your eyes adjust, and see what you see.||”|
A blackout in Seattle creates dangerous situations throughout the city and the members of Station 19 head out on calls, including locating a missing girl and helping a man on life support where every second counts.
- Jaina Lee Ortiz as Lieutenant Andy Herrera
- Jason George as Dr. Ben Warren
- Boris Kodjoe as Captain Robert Sullivan
- Grey Damon as Lieutenant 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 Lieutenant Maya Bishop
- Miguel Sandoval as Captain Pruitt Herrera
- Brett Tucker as Fire Chief Lucas Ripley
- Sam Anderson as Elliot
- Jasika Nicole as Mila
- Lisseth Chavez as Kathleen Noonan
- Hermie Castillo as Graham
- Brian Tichnell as Trevor
- Sarah Oh as Jenna
- Matthew Winbush as Officer Gates
- BJ Tanner as Tuck
- Alek Cole as Xander
- Vivien Lyra Blair as Penny
- Tia Valentine as Slumber Partier
Station 19 was called out during a power outage because Penelope Hayes, a six year old child with bad asthma, had been missing for two hours. They asked her brother for her favorite hiding spots, but he said she had many. They split up into teams to search. When Andy, Jack, and Kat came upon Ryan and Jenna, they split the teams so Andy, Jenna, and Kat were together. They heard from another building resident that Penny likes to play in the basement, so they went down there, where they found Penny trapped in a washer. When a gas leak was discovered, they started evacuating the building. Everyone but Andy and Sullivan was sent out while they worked to pry open the washer. They were finally able to break the lock and pull her out. They got her out of the building, where they determined she wasn't breathing. They worked to resuscitate. They were successful and Penny regained consciousness. They put her in an ambulance and sent her to the hospital.
While searching the building for Penny Hayes, Ben heard a woman calling out for help. He found Mila doing CPR on her father Elliot, whose life-support machine had turned off when the power went out. Ben took over CPR and called for extra assistance. Mila revealed that he had terminal lung cancer and didn't want to die in a hospital. Travis brought in mobile power and hooked Elliot up before checking on Mila. Elliot regained consciousness and asked why they didn't just let him die. When a gas leak forced an evacuation, they had to move him to a mobile gurney and then said they'd take him to the hospital. He said he didn't want to go to the hospital. When a fire started because of a resident lighting a cigarette, they hastened the evacuation. Elliot then decided to tell Mila to sign his DNR. She said she wasn't ready, but he said he wanted to go outside under the stars with her. They took him outside and lay in the grass with him and his daughter until he died.
While searching for Penny, Sullivan and Maya came upon Graham, who was acting odd while eating ice cream. They asked if he had a gas stove and he said he was making pasta when the power went out. Maya checked his stove, but said it wasn't the problem, though there was gas filling the whole apartment, which meant the whole building had to be evacuated. They took Graham out to the Aid Car for further treatment.
When the power in his building went out, Trevor was annoyed that they were searching for a missing child instead of working on getting the power back on. Later, when they discovered a gas leak and went to evacuate the building, he ignored the firefighters' orders and lit a cigarette in his apartment, causing an explosion and starting a fire. They evacuated the building and were able to extinguish the fire.
|"All By Myself"||Maggie Szabo||
|"Fight for Your Life"||John Ripple||
|"Bring Me Home"||G Flip||
Notes and TriviaEdit
- This episode scored 5.38 million viewers.
Behind the ScenesEdit
A complete overview of this episode's crew can be found here.
|Station 19 Season 2|
|#01||"No Recovery"||#07||"Weather the Storm"||#13||"The Dark Night"|
|#02||"Under the Surface"||#08||"Crash and Burn"||#14||"Friendly Fire"|
|#03||"Home To Hold Onto"||#09||"I Fought the Law"||#15||"Always Ready"|
|#04||"Lost and Found"||#10||"Crazy Train"||#16||"For Whom the Bell Tolls"|
|#05||"Do a Little Harm..."||#11||"Baby Boom"||#17||"Into the Wildfire"|
|#06||"Last Day on Earth"||#12||"When It Rains, It Pours!"|
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