[Fall Finale] Station 19 Season 6 Episode 6 – Crossover Event with Grey’s Anatomy

Station 19 Season 6 Episode 6

Station 19 Season 6 Episode 6 will release on November 10, 2022, on ABC. The fall finale episode will be a crossover event with Grey’s Anatomy.

The fifth episode of the sixth season of Station 19 was directed by Jason George, and it was a particularly challenging one for him to tackle because it had some big developments both personally and professionally. Marina made some progress, only to regress once more, while Jack made a comeback, but this time he had a new link that had the potential to either heal him or injure him further. Andy and her mother’s normalcy and simplicity were a little startling due to their extensive history. (Read the recap below)  Let’s move ahead, So, here’s Everything we know about Station 19 season 6 new episode 6 so far, including the release date and promo which can be found at www.tvacute.com.

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Station 19 Season 6 Episode 6 Spoilers

“Everybody Says Don’t” is the sixth episode of the sixth season of Station 19. The fall finale episode takes place after a lightning storm causes a helicopter to crash. Because of this, the team is pulled away from hosting a fire boot camp for young women, and Natasha asks Jack to assist Vic in running the camp instead. Carina and Maya’s relationship becomes tense as a result of Natasha’s request that Jack assists Vic in running the camp instead. The real question is whether or not this relationship can withstand some of these problems. Naturally, we are curious about the repercussions this will have for Carina and Maya. After all, there are positive and negative ways that things might “heat up.” They’ve been through a lot already this season, and Maya has some significant issues that she has to go through.

Station 19 Season 6 Episode  6 Promo

Station 19 Episode 6.06 Synopsis: When a lightning storm crashes a helicopter, the team is drawn away from hosting a fire boot camp for young women, and Natasha calls on Jack to help Vic run the camp instead; things get heated between Carina and Maya.

Where to Watch Station 19 Season 6 Episode 6 Release Date

‘Station 19′ Season 6 Episode 6 will release on November 10, 2022, at (8:00-9:00 p.m. EDT) on ABC. The episodes are 42-43 minutes long each.  Subscribers to Hulu can watch the show online or live to stream it on Hulu+Live TV. the show is available on Fubo TV, DirecTV, YouTube TV, and Xfinity, among other platforms. You can also buy or rent episodes on Vudu, iTunes, Amazon Prime Video, Google Play, and Microsoft Store.

Station 19 Season 6 Episode 6 Cast

Jason Winston George as Dr. Benjamin Warren
Jaina Lee Ortiz as Andrea Herrera
Danielle Savre as Maya Bishop
Barrett Doss as Victoria Hughes
Boris Kodjoe as Robert Sullivan
Jay Hayden as Travis Montgomery
Stefania Spampinatio as Carine Deluca
Carlos Miranda as Lieutenant Theo Ruiz
Josh Randall as Captain Sean Beckett
Merle Dandridge as Chief Natasha Ross
Pat Healy as former Chief Michael Dixon
Grey Damon as Jack Gibson
Kelly Thiebaud as Eva Vasquez

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Andy video-called her mother. Her mom helps her choose a date dress. Andy says her mum is proud of her for dating outside the fire department. She mentions Eli and says he’s not her type. She and Eli have intense chemistry, so I’m not sure what she wants. Maya and Carina’s night turns. Carina recreates their first night together to reunite with Maya. She tells Maya she loves her and they’ll overcome this. Carina assumes they’re reconciling after they make love. Theo is examining the fire station as Vic works a night shift. He’s worried because Beckett ignores small tasks. Vic tries to help, but he tells her to focus on boot camp. The next morning, Maya makes breakfast while giddy. Ben jokes that her vacation did her good, and she agrees. Ben looks forward to eating before his busy clinic day. Dixon leaks Travis’ arrest record, ruining their breakfast. Travis is unhappy that Vic and the others didn’t expect Dixon’s move.

Andy and Sullivan cut their breakfast short to answer a critical call. Andy advises Sullivan to ask for what he wants with his “woman problems” Sullivan loves Natasha, but they fear the professional ramifications of their relationship. When they arrive, they find Raphael planning to leap off a skyscraper. Ben invites Gibson to the clinic after seeing him resting in his car at the station. He treats his wrist and lets him shower and change at the station. Gibson dislikes Ben and Carina’s clinic adjustments. Ben warns him to cope or he’ll do it himself. Carina is in the clinic when a young woman hands her a document for Gibson. Natasha is visiting Station 19 to start her new pilot programme to monitor fire station incident reports. She advises Travis on his campaign and begs him to smear Dixon. Theo tells Vic to rethink being Travis’ campaign manager. She’s not ready for that responsibility. The squad responds to a battery factory emergency. Workers in a sealed chamber. Without the manager’s passcode, they can’t access the new digital system. The manager missed work and they can’t reach him. Natasha listens to both calls and realises they need Raphael. Sullivan and Andy try to coax him off the cliff so he can help the stranded workers. Raphael rescues the day thankfully. Vic encourages Travis to recruit Eli as his campaign manager after the calls.

Eli enters and presents his point, but Andy fears he’ll turn Travis evil. Maya asks Carina about a pregnancy test. Carina waits till Maya gets help. Maya says she’s working through her sadness and anger on her own and asks Carina to quit attempting to control her. They’re back to the same never-ending conflict. Theo admits Natasha Beckett’s poor leadership makes him nervous. He’s scared Beckett’s terrible calls will cost the team. Gibson invites Andy to return to work after he delivers the document. Gibson will call Natasha. Andy is relieved and lets him read the document alone. Natasha is confused about telling Sullivan how she feels.

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