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Station 19 - Season 3

Station 19 - Season 3

Station 19 is an exhilarating television series that premiered in 2018, and Season 3 is no exception to the heart-pounding, adrenaline-pumping adventures that fans have come to love. Set in Seattle, the show centers around the lives of the brave men and women of the Seattle Fire Department's Station 19 as they navigate through their personal and professional struggles.

The cast of Station 19 - Season 3 is a talented ensemble, bringing their characters to life with remarkable depth and authenticity. Leading the pack is Jaina Lee Ortiz, who portrays the strong and determined firefighter Andy Herrera. Alongside her is Jason George as Dr. Ben Warren, a former surgeon turned firefighter, and Boris Kodjoe as Captain Robert Sullivan, the new captain at Station 19.

Rounding out the cast is Grey Damon as the charismatic Jack Gibson, the station's lieutenant who always keeps the team's spirits high. Additionally, Barrett Doss plays Victoria "Vic" Hughes, an incredibly skilled firefighter with a fierce loyalty to her crew. The cast also includes Jay Hayden as Travis Montgomery, a kind-hearted and compassionate firefighter, and Okieriete Onaodowan as Dean Miller, a dedicated and hardworking member of the team.

With its gripping storylines and high-stakes action, Station 19 - Season 3 tackles a myriad of intense situations that push the characters to their limits. From battling raging fires and rescuing civilians to enduring personal tragedies and navigating complicated relationships, the firefighters of Station 19 must remain strong and united in the face of adversity.

This incredible season of Station 19 delves deeper into the personal lives of each character, allowing viewers to connect on a deeper level with their favorite firefighters. Audiences will witness Andy's journey as she grapples with the pain of losing her mother, while navigating her complicated love life with Sullivan. Ben Warren, now fully embraced in his new career, faces the challenges and sacrifices that come with being a firefighter. The relationships between the characters will be tested, revealing raw emotions and unexpected alliances.

The show's thrilling and emotionally charged soundtrack amplifies the intensity of every scene. The captivating soundscape creates the perfect backdrop for the heart-stopping action and dramatic moments that unfold throughout the season. If you're a fan of the show, or simply love great music, you can play and download these incredible songs and sounds at [insert website or platform].

Station 19 - Season 3 is an absolute must-watch for fans of gripping dramas, action-packed sequences, and compelling characters. With an outstanding cast, an unforgettable storyline, and a powerful soundtrack, the show takes viewers on a rollercoaster ride of emotions that will leave them wanting more. So grab your popcorn, buckle up, and prepare for the adventure of a lifetime!

(Note: This article is a fictional description and does not reflect the actual events or details of Station 19 - Season 3.)

A "Fries and Milkshake after Shift" day.
A a and the abuse your mom described outside
A A Ashley
A Addiction is a terrible thing.
A And I want you to make Captain, but..
A and I...
A And then you throw it in my face just to hurt me,
A And, Maya..
A and... Dixon: Afternoon, all.
A blight on the plight?
A blizzard in Seattle,
A bomb?!
A bunker
A chance for us to relax and get reacquainted with each other.
A colored Chief?!
A couple months later, he walked into a port a potty
A couple of boys got collared for some B&Es over on Fifth
A crew that would love each other.
A crush, yes.
A deep desire to not be here
A doctor, a lawyer, a banker,
A f A five alarm fire is, um..
A few decades on the job, we'll toughen him up
A few minutes after 11:00
A fire took your family away from you back then
A friend of mine.
A gas leak? No, no, that wasn't us.
A girl?
A good man
A grown man should not have to hide his peanut butter, Ben.
A gun she needed for protection against her own ex husband?
A junkie stealing drugs at gunpoint.
A large part of your job is your ability to adapt.
A little fire in the kitchen.
A little judgmental.
A long time ago
A lot better than the Internet.
A lot better, thanks.
A lot of judgmental. [ Chuckles ]
A lot of people are inside that bar.
A lot of the time, you still lose
A lot or a little? Enough.
A lot, actually.
A lot, but I'm sure
A Marine doesn't leave another Marine behind
A medical condition is not embarrassing.
A meeting?
A meeting? I'm about to have surgery.
A mild carbon monoxide poisoning and a severe blunt trauma.
A minute ago, they were my friends,
A miserable profession that my parents approve of
A nerve stimulation device.
A nuclear meltdown of epic proportions type disaster.
A pattern of corruption
A physician response team
A police officer's job can give us so much...
A powerless, awful feeling
A probie who happens to be the Chief's son.
A rabbit that was bullied by his father into working here,
A rutabaga is a patient with no brain activity
A senior in drama club got mono, and they gave
A simple, "Hey, Andy, I'm taking the promotion
A statement from a former Seattle firefighter,
A still alarm!
A surgeon who's first on the scene
A taste for the hero thing, I guess,
A team camping trip.
A troubled veteran who's armed [ Chuckles ] How original.
A truck hit us
A well intentioned rabbit.
A what?
A woman who runs into burning buildings for a living
A yoga ball isn't an epidural
A, uh A Physician Response Team.
Aah!
Aah!
Aah!
Aah! Aah!
Aah! Aah.
Aah.
ABCs.
About a dozen of them.
About a minute. You're fine, Gibson
About everything
About having a job, about about my condition..
About how I should do it
About how I was trying to replace my father,
About how much you love your baby girl, as long as
About Sullivan. Okay.
About that time you stopped a snake from eating a baby.
About the fact that her mom abandoned her?
About the fire department's community service initiatives.
About the people I was saving
About trauma or something?
About Vasquez?
About what you're going through,
About when Sullivan stopped talking to you
About your time on Earth, hmm?
Absolutely not
Absorbing them through our skin.
Abundant and skilled sex, but it was just sex.
Abuse is making you walk home 20 miles from your track meet
Accidentally?
Actual crap?
Actually tempted to set a fire for us to fight.
Actually, against her.
Actually, definitely not
Actually, I'm here to do you a favor.
Actually, I've delivered quite a few babies over the years.
Actually, she says that if you...
Actually, you look hot.
Add fire, and it's basically a Molotov cocktail
Additionally, we have one adult female that is unconscious.
Additionally, we need Seattle PD to shut down all traffic
Address?
Admit that that I'm not making this up,
Affect our ongoing professional one.
Affect your future and the people around you Mm.
After a customer dies in one?
After archery and horseback riding, right?
After I was already diagnosed with mesothelioma.
After lunch with your dad. Oh?
After our old captain
After two major incidents and no sleep, you're just
After you
Again! [ Whistle blows ]
Agent: No, no, no, I'm I'm I'm sure you had no idea
Agent: There's no fire here
Agent: You got identification to prove that?
Ah
Ah [ Chuckles ]
Ah, he's in full arrest, Montgomery! Shauna: Dad!
Ah, I heard.
Ah, it's usually just an address.
Ah, look at that. Pressure's going up.
Ah, that's comforting
Ah, yeah. Right.
Ah, you couldn't have stopped her with an army.
Ah!
Ah! [ Chuckles ]
Ah! Ah ha ha!
Ah! Hey.
Ah! I could totally make this jump!
Ah! It's so nice to meet you
Ah.
Ah.
Ah. 50 years I owned this place.
Ah. Bishop.
Ah. Evacuating now.
Ah. He was one of my mentors at the academy
Ah... Okay.
Ahh! Why are you in my bed?
Ahh. Thank you.
Ahhhh
Aid 19 on scene requesting.
Aid 19, dispatch. 2300 Oak Avenue
Aid 19, let them know we have a mass casualty incident
Aid 23, assist with patient care
Aid Car 19 to Grey Sloan.
Aid car from 23 is already en route
Aid car should be on their way
Aircraft crash? Like a plane crash?
Airway is clear, but... there's a lot of bleeding.
Airway, breathing, circulation.
Aisle...K, row, uh..
AKA drunk on a stick?
Alexa, play smooth jazz.
Alexa, turn off the music.
Alexa: I added hot water bottle and diapers
Alexa: Playing smooth jazz radio.
Alicia: He was two years ahead of me in college
Alicia: Oh. Do you guys have to go?
Alicia. Right. Sorry
Alicia. You're young
All 19 units respond.
All at the same time.
All exits there lead to the street
All for just one shot at the very bad people
All for the love of their community.
All it takes Make it a thick blanket.
All kitchen staff over there
All of 19, I want you on the north wall
All of it.
All of it.
All of trig boils down to that mnemonic device.
All of us.
All teenage girls hate their fathers
All that anger,
All the death and the blood
All the ugly, awful things about each other.
All these medical supplies came in
All they do is cut corners and ignore fire codes.
All units exit the building.
All you did was introduce air to the fire underneath us.
All: ♪ You are my sunshine, my only sunshine ♪
All: Ooh
Allergic to publicity.
Almost broke me
Almost there
Almost there.
Already excellent parents to young Tuck.
Already headed for the fire.
Alright
Alright
Alright, after you, sir
Alright, Baby Hughes
Alright, be safe, be smart, and don't get dead.
Alright, Beto, there's a side door
Alright, come on, guys
Alright, come on. Get out of here.
Alright, come on. I got five more minutes
Alright, enough with the art talk
Alright, everybody, IDs out now!
Alright, folks, stop your gawking and vacate the area.
Alright, get ready to dance!
Alright, Gibson, I don't need your...whatever that is.
Alright, good call.
Alright, guys, let's take that again, okay?
Alright, Helm, let's get you set up here.
Alright, here we go. H2O incoming.
Alright, Herrera, we got our orders.
Alright, hey, Scott. I'm Ben