There is quite a bit coming up in regards to 9-1-1 season 3 episode 3, and that includes getting a good sense of the tsunami aftermath. The timeline for this is pretty clear at this point — the premiere introduced the disaster, tonight’s episode focuses on the disaster, and next week marks the aftermath of the disaster. It’s a high-alert situation as there isn’t a whole lot of time to save people from drowning or other perils in the midst of what is one of the biggest crises to strike Santa Monica.
Also, you’ll continue to see a guest-starring gig from MMA fighter/WWE wrestler Ronda Rousey. For more details, CarterMatt has the full 9-1-1 season 3 episode 3 synopsis below:
Athena, Maddie, Bobby and the 118 races to save lives after a massive tsunami hits the Santa Monica Pier and Buck fears the worst when Christopher goes missing in the all-new “The Searchers” episode of 9-1-1 airing Monday, Oct. 7 (8:00-9:01 PM ET/PT) on FOX. (NIN-303) (TV-14 L, V)
Based on most of the indications that have been out there already via the show’s producers, this episode will supply the end for the arc that we’ve been on as of late when it comes to the tsunami. Following this, the show will move forward and take on more of the sort of stories that you have come to expect over the course of the show. Think along the lines of strange disasters and personal updates — we know that there is an origin episode coming for Athena, and we have to imagine that there could be one or two others, as well, before we make it to the end of things this season. We don’t see any sign that 9-1-1 season 3 is going to be the end of the road; it’s hard to presume that when there is a spin-off coming at some point this midseason.
The main point of drama entering next week’s episode is clearly the fate of Christopher. Let’s hope that everything ends up being okay, but there are obviously some serious reasons for concern bubbling underneath the surface here.
What do you want to see on 9-1-1 season 3 episode 3?
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