'Station 19 Season 4 Finale Recap' and Questions We Still Have

The Station 19 Season 4 finale recap of “Forever and Ever, Amen” is touching and heartbreaking. Carina DeLuca (Stefania Spampinato) and Maya Bishop (Danielle Savre) tie the knot. Meanwhile, something threatens to tear apart Andy Herrera (Jaina Lee Ortiz) and Robert Sullivan’s (Boris Kodjoe) marriage.

[Spoiler alert: This article contains spoilers from the Station 19 Season 4 Finale Episode 16, “Forever and Ever, Amen.”]

‘Station 19’ Season 4 Finale Episode 16 recap: Carina and Maya married

In Station 19 Season 4 Episode 14, Carina told Maya that she didn’t believe in marriage. However, after a long conversation, the OBGYN realized that she wanted to be with Maya more than she wanted to defy the constraints of a legal document. So, the Station 19 Season 4 finale recap includes details about their beautiful ceremony. Although Spampinato was missing from the Station 19 cast in “Say Her Name,” she returned for the finale.

When they woke up on their wedding day, the two women were giddy, singing wedding songs together. Maya didn’t want to invite her parents because it was too much of a hassle, and she couldn’t decide which dress to wear. Andy attempted to help her pick a dress but kept having flashbacks to a fire rescue that the station did. She finally got to the route of the problem; Maya wanted to tell her parents. She made a stop to let them know, and her mother came to the wedding.

Ben Warren (Jason George) walked Carina and Maya down the aisle while Vic sang “Love Me Tender.” Maya forgot her vows, so she said, “I love you, and I choose you.” Ben also officiated the wedding, and then the dancing broke out.

Seattle fire department searched for a family of 8 people in a house fire

Throughout the Station 19 Season 4 finale, Andy continued having flashbacks of a house fire where the firefighters worked tirelessly to rescue eight people and a dog. Meanwhile, a neighbor came over asking if the firefighters had seen her nine-year-old. After saving the entire family from the house, the team went back in for the boy. 

They found the young child hiding in a closet, badly burned and unconscious. However, the Aid Car (ambulance) already left the scene. The fire captain told Bishop that the protocol was to wait for the nearest Aid Car, which was 8 minutes away. Bishop decided to take the boy in a different emergency vehicle to save his life but knowingly defied the Captain’s orders.

‘Station 19’ Season 4 Finale Episode 16 recap: Andy and Sullivan

In the Station 19 finale, Andy confronted Sullivan about his choices after the fire.  

“What can you possibly say that will excuse what you did?” Andy asks her husband.

Then viewers got a flashback of what Sullivan did that made Andy so upset with him.

What did Sullivan do on ‘Station 19’?

When the Captain called in Andy and Sullivan to his office, he asked them why they defied the Captain’s orders. After they told their side of the story, the Captain asked to speak with Sullivan privately. The Captain suggested that Bishop was reckless and shouldn’t be taking her team to protests. Sullivan understood what he was asking and stepped in to offer to take Bishop’s place as the new head of Station 19.

“Bishop knew when she made the call; there would be consequences,” he told his wife.

Sullivan insisted that he stepped in to save the entire station rather than have the team be split up over the consequences. 

‘Station 19’ Season 4 Finale Episode 16 recap: Dean

“A settlement is a sign of change,” Nikki (Chelsea Harris) told Dean Miller (Okieriete Onaodowan) was upset that the police offered a settlement and a public apology. He would rather have change. Dean kissed his ex-girlfriend, who was fighting for his case but told her he was in love with someone else. Dean admitted he is in love with Vic Hughes but hasn’t told her.

Later, he talked to Vic about not wanting to take the settlement. However, by the end of the Station 19 Season 4 finale, Dean decided to settle but let the work continue.

‘Station 19’ Season 4 Finale Episode 16 recap: Travis Montgomery and his dad

Travis Montgomery’s (Jay Hayden) 63-year-old father told him that he fell in love with the man he was dating. He apologized to Travis for the way he had felt. However, it made Travis feel awful. After all, he can’t ask Emmit to a wedding because he’s so scared.

Later, at the wedding, Travis admitted to Emmit (in the bathroom) that he liked him and wanted to be more than friends. However, Emmit tells Travis that he couldn’t put himself through being with him again. Then the pair ended up making out in the bathroom.

What happened to Ben Warren and Miranda Bailey

When the Station 19 Season 4 finale opened, Ben was scheduling appointments for a third and fourth opinion about his testicular cancer. However, by the end of the episode, he changed his mind and was ready to start living instead of worrying. Miranda Bailey (Chandra Wilson) was relieved at his decision and happy to celebrate Maya and Carina’s wedding together.

Is Jack leaving ‘Station 19’?

Jack Gibson (Grey Damon) told Inara (Colleen Foy) that he still wanted her to come to the wedding with him even after what happened. Her mother, Marsha, insisted that he shouldn’t let Inara go. “Marry her and make her your own. Move to California if you have to.” Since Inara did not ask Jack to come, he was afraid she didn’t want him to join her. 

Jack asked Andy for advice, and she said Jack needed to decide if the thought of losing her was worse than changing his life for her. When Jack went to tell her that he wanted to come with her, she stopped him and told him to stay in Seattle. Jack is not leaving Station 19.

What happened at the end of ‘Station 19’?

While at the wedding, the firefighters received a text that Captain Bishop was relieved of her duties. However, Maya and Carina were busy happily dancing the night away. 

‘Station 19’ Season 5

According to an ABC press release, Station 19 was renewed for season 5 on May 11, 2021. Krista Vernoff will continue to executive produce both series. The release indicated that Station 19 and Grey’s Anatomy are “two of the network’s highest-performing scripted programs.” Station 19 Season 5 will return in the fall of 2021.

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