Station 19 season 2 episode 8 spoilers: ‘Crash and Burn’; cliffhanger result

Station 19Are you ready to finally have Station 19 season 2 episode 8 on the air? We know that it’s been a really long wait for a lot of people out there. The last episode aired this past fall, and recently ABC decided to shift their schedule around. A Million Little Things is now airing in the show’s timeslot, but that will change come Thursday, March 7 when the firefighter drama returns.

So what’s going to happen on the show’s midseason return? It does seem as though the story is going to pick up almost immediately where it left off in the fall finale, which is probably going to feel weird based on the fact that Grey’s Anatomy is already so far past the windstorm at this moment. We’re assuming that most major characters are okay, largely because we haven’t heard of any sort of tragedy from Ben when he’s shown up on the flagship show … but we also don’t know how much he’d talk about someone like Captain Sullivan, who he doesn’t really know that well.

For some of the first official information, check out the Station 19 season 2 episode 8 synopsis below:

“Crash and Burn” – In the aftermath of the windstorm, Andy and Sullivan’s fates remain unknown while trapped in the overturned aid car. Meanwhile, back at the station, the team confronts Jack about his well-being; and when it’s safe enough to venture out, they search for their fellow firefighters in a race against time on ABC’s “Station 19,” THURSDAY, MARCH 7 (9:01–10:00 p.m. EST), on The ABC Television Network, streaming and on demand.

Will there be some sort of massive time jump at some point in the near future? Eventually, we do feel like it’s necessarily; as for whether or not it happens progressively or over the course of one month, like we saw in the Grey’s Anatomy episode “Girlfriend in a Coma,” that remains to be seen.

What do we want to see when the show returns?

Mostly, we are interested in seeing Station 19 really dive into the idea of self-care and emotional health for these characters, especially since so many of them do have such difficult, challenging jobs. It’s hard for them to be able to come to terms with some of what they deal with all of the time, so we think that them finding better ways to take care of themselves is more important than just watching people dive headfirst into new romantic relationships. That may be the easy, default thing to do, but that doesn’t necessarily make it right.

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