‘Station 19’ Season 5 Episode 3 Recap, ‘Too Darn Hot’ — Who Did Andy Sleep With?

Within the newest Station 19 Season 5 Episode 3 recap, Andy Herrera (Jaina Lee Ortiz) regrets sleeping with somebody. She finds a pal in her co-worker at Station 23, Theo Ruiz (Carlos Miranda). Final week she served her husband, Robert Sullivan (Boris Kodjoe), divorce papers, however was it the suitable alternative? In the meantime, a heatwave in Seattle, Washington, causes havoc. 

[Spoiler alert: This article contains spoilers from Station 19 Season 5 Episode 3 ‘Too Darn Hot.’]

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‘Station 19’ Season 5 Episode 3 Recap

Station 19 opens with a “Push-In” for the brand new engine. A PR rep (Camille Chen) introduces the Station 19 firefighters. Nonetheless, when the neighborhood tries to push the brand new engine into the bay, it’s so scorching they will barely contact it. Later the top of Public Relations tries to push Sullivan into changing into the face of the hearth division due to his sudden TikTok fame as “Fire Zaddy.”

In the meantime, Andy stresses about sleeping with Captain Beckett (Josh Randall) to her pal at Station 23. Theo means that she’s nonetheless in love with Sullivan. When Andy and Sullivan run into one another whereas at work, he tells her that he desires her to battle for his or her marriage.

Ben Warren takes Joey on a ride-along

Ben Warren (Jason George) takes Joey Phillips (Noah Alexander Gerry) to journey alongside within the AID automobile. Joey is the previously homeless youngster that Ben and Miranda Bailey (Chandra Wilson) foster. Jack Gibson (Gray Damon) asks Joey about his siblings and admits he grew up within the foster care system, too. Once they arrive on the scene of a homeless affected person, Joey finds his previous pal, Ameen, having congestive coronary heart failure. 

When Ben and Jack begin performing CPR, Joey insists that Ameen didn’t wish to be resuscitated. After a large battle over the scenario, the lack of his pal makes Joey notice his mission is to alter issues for homeless individuals like his pal.

Maya and Carina proceed their tough dialog about children

Carina DeLuca (Stefania Spampinato) joins Station 19 to assist with their native walk-ins from the extreme warmth. Nonetheless, she’s chilly towards Maya Bishop (Danielle Savre) over her resolution to not have kids. Dean tries to place issues into perspective for Maya. In the meantime, Carina tries to avoid wasting a younger teen whose dad pushed him to finish a soccer exercise within the intense warmth. Carina calls youngster protecting companies on the daddy.

‘Station 19’ will get referred to as to the scene of a crash within the season 5 episode 3 recap

Earlier than the station will get referred to as to the crash scene, Vic Hughes (Barrett Doss) means that Dean Miller (Okieriete Onaodowan) strive some on-the-job coaching for his Disaster One Crew. Nonetheless, he’s burdened over the crimson tape.

When the firefighters arrive on the scene, they discover the highway broke aside as a result of it grew to become too scorching, inflicting a substantial mass of vehicles on high of one another. Maya, Dean, and Vic attempt to pull out two individuals, however they get a Disaster One name within the meantime. Captain Beckett doesn’t let Dean or Vic go away the scene, and so they fear over who will get referred to as to the scene as a substitute. 

After saving a younger boy’s life, Maya apologizes to Carina for her resolution about kids. Maya additionally realizes that she loved serving to the kid and will finally need children sooner or later. 

After lacking the decision to Disaster One, Dean asks the remainder of the firefighters to affix the staff and assist. Sullivan suggests utilizing his social media enchantment to assist get the Hearth Division on board. So, Sullivan touches base with the PR rep about Disaster One. They finally full the “Push-In” for the brand new engine within the ultimate moments of Station 19 Season 5 Episode 3.

In line with IMDbStation 19 airs Thursdays at 8 p.m. EST on ABC, earlier than Gray’s Anatomy.