Information On Her Family - Station 19
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Ben, Jackson, and Emmett are put in a precarious position with a potential victim when a woman holds the trio at gunpoint.

The woman demands Emmett get her drugs from inside the PRT, but as he goes to retrieve them, he trips, and she ends up shooting Jackson.

Jackson has a gunshot wound and is taken to Grey Sloan Memorial.

Emmett realizes he's not cut out to be a firefighter and quits. He also comes out to his dad.

As Andy is going through her father's belongings, she realizes she hasn't had contact with her mother's side of the family since her mother died.

Andy goes looking for answers and reaches out to her maternal aunt for help.

Vic and Travis are tasked with fire inspections but later become concerned about Dixon and Sullivan being corrupt.

Vic goes to talk with Sullivan about the importance of fire inspections, especially after her drama teacher died in a fire after refusing to clear a fire entrance in the theater.

Sullivan blames Ben for the situation he's in, but he later confronts Dixon and other city officials and confesses to everything.

Maya is upset that Carina keeps bringing up her father being abusive and lashes out. 

In her anger, she sleeps with Jack.

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Station 19
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Episode Number:
15
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Station 19 Season 3 Episode 15 Quotes

Sullivan: Montgomery, Hughes. The chief’s office sent over some addresses of inspections that they need fast-tracked today. Who wants some overtime?
Vic: So, is this just how it’s gonna be now? The battalion chief wants to spend time with his wife, so just the underlings have to work on their day off?
Sullivan: Yep.
Vic: Got it.

Cooper: Let’s take five.
Pruitt: Oh, fire inspections take a lot longer than five minutes.
Cooper: Oh my god, fire inspection. For what?
Pruitt: For fire.
Cooper: Every single show you people do this, and every single show, it’s a huge waste of time and money. Fine, the city of Seattle thanks you for protecting them from the big bad community college drama students.