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[S4E10] Save Yourself

Andy, Sullivan, Dean and Ben are faced with a tough choice while trying to save a couple trapped in their car. Meanwhile, Dean second guesses his legal fight against the Seattle Police Department. Travis' dad fears he will be outed when his "golfing friend" is exposed to COVID-19 and Carina's immigration status is called into question.

[S4E10] Save Yourself

Station 19 got called out to a crash in which a car containing Karissa Skolaski and Shayne Riley had driven up a ramp on the back of a truck and into the truck. The driver of the truck was stable, so he was transported to the hospital. Andy then climbed in through the back of the car to check on them. Shayne was stuck in the driver's seat, but both were responsive and able to answer questions. Andy put a c-collar on Shayne and tilted his seat back so they could get access to him. Outside the car, Dean put foam on spilled fuel while the others worked to take the truck apart to get access to them. While they waited for that, Andy put a second IV in Shayne's leg to get saline directly on his shin to reduce the burning. As they cut into the truck from the outside, Karissa started to panic and begged them to save her first as she had family and he didn't have anyone but her. She immediately regretted it and apologized, but he refused to acknowledge her. They were able to get the side of the truck open and open the driver's side door of the car. Then they got Shayne's leg free and pulled him from the car onto a stretcher after he passed out. Once he was out and in the aid car, they got Karissa out and sent her to the hospital as well.

After saving her career, Wendy tries to save her marriage. She asks Chuck to recall the exact moment he knew he needed to marry her. To her dismay, he doesn't remember. This is just another nail in the coffin of their marriage. Can Chuck redeem himself? Axe certainly did.

Just as all seems lost, the wights around Bran suddenly burst into fireballs, and he hears a young girl's voice calling to him from a cave entrance at the base of the heart tree. Amidst the confusion, Jojen is repeatedly stabbed by a wight before Meera can fight it off. The mysterious girl calls to Meera and says that Jojen is lost and that she must leave him if she wants to live. Meera hesitates, but Jojen urges her to save herself. Crying, Meera slits her brother's throat to grant him the mercy of a quick death. Meera runs to the cave entrance along with Bran, Hodor, and Summer while the mysterious child covers their retreat by magically throwing fireballs from her hands at the wights. Just as the life drains from Jojen's eyes, she launches a fireball at his body, immolating his corpse and preventing his return as a wight.

In Grand Maester Pycelle's laboratory in King's Landing, Cersei, Pycelle, and Qyburn stand over Ser Gregor Clegane, who lies immobilized on a flat wooden table and is revealed to be suffering from a massive wound centered around his right side. Pycelle informs Cersei that Oberyn Martell had coated his spear with manticore venom, poisoning Ser Gregor. The effects are horrific, with Gregor's wounds putrefying and creating a terrible stench. Pycelle says that he is beyond any hope of recovery, but Qyburn insists to Cersei that he can save him using more unorthodox methods. Pycelle chafes at his suggestion, stating that he is not even a maester, and that such arrogance is what led to Qyburn's expulsion from the Citadel in the first place, for experiments that were deemed both dangerous and "unnatural." Cersei, determined to save Gregor from death, dismisses Pycelle and orders Qyburn to do whatever is necessary, infuriating Pycelle, who angrily shuffles out of the laboratory. She asks Qyburn if his treatment will work, and Qyburn claims that if his past work is any indicator, he stands a chance at saving Gregor. Qyburn states that the process will "change" him, although Cersei seems only concerned with whether it will weaken him, to which Qyburn replies "Oh no." Cersei leaves, and Qyburn begins siphoning out Gregor's tainted blood.

As all hell breaks loose in Shreveport, Sookie summons her most potent powers yet to save Bill, in the process breaking a spell and leading Marnie/Antonia to re-evaluate her mission. Jason urges Jessica to glamour him for Hoyt's sake; Terry drags Andy to "Fort Bellefleur" for an intervention; Alcide reconsiders his allegiances after Marcus' fight with Tommy; Jesus, accompanied by Sookie, Lafayette and Jason, tries to breach the Moon Goddess Emporium's defenses to liberate Tara and Holly, while Bill leads a brigade of vampires committed to blowing the place to kingdom come.

The caroling group is assembled backstage before they get called onstage. When Patrick's cue comes up, he runs offstage due to stage fright. To save them, Holt makes an excuse that there's a police emergency they need to attend to. When they confront Patrick backstage, they find out he can only have the courage to sing in front of many people if he was intoxicated.

Lucas sees a Goth girl sitting at the table, and realizes it is Brooke. AT Keith's urging, he approaches her and attempts to ask about her appearance but she reacts angrily and storms off. Keith explains he is showing Lucas what life would be life if he was a selfish person. He assures him that the real world is still in existence. Meanwhile, in the real world, Dan is put into a jail cell as Brooke and Peyton arrive at the hospital to comfort Nathan. He sobs and blames himself for causing Haley's injuries. He wishes that he died in the water after his wedding. He has a flashback to being trapped underwater and hearing a voice encouraging him. At the bridge, he calls out to Keith and demands to know why he was saved. Lucas and Keith watch him, unobserved. Lucas asks if Keith really did save Nathan but Keith denies his involvement, saying it was Nathan himself. Lucas wishes he lost the game so Dante would not have hurt Haley so Keith returns him to the alternate world.

In Seattle, all firefighters are also trained EMTs and the crew at Station 19 is second to none. Working in 24-hour shifts, these professionals spend so much time together that they build relationships unlike any others.Station 19 follows a group of heroic firefighters at Seattle Fire Station 19 - from captain to newest recruit - as they risk their lives and hearts both in the line of duty and off the clock. These brave men and women are like family, literally and figuratively, and together they put their own lives in jeopardy as first responders to save the lives of others. 041b061a72


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