Maggie is preoccupied with Winston while trying to treat a patient wounded in the Seattle protests. Meanwhile, Levi is tested by an emergency, and the doctors struggle to treat a patient who doesn’t believe in COVID.
A newlywed couple is injured in a car accident; Jackson’s generosity with COVID-positive patients goes a bit too far; Hayes works to rebuild Maggie’s confidence and convince her to perform an extremely risky heart surgery.
Both a mother and daughter are in critical condition and fighting over the last ventilator. Meanwhile, Hayes’ sister-in-law ends up in the hospital with a kidney stone, and the house has a few more kids join in as Amelia’s the babysitter.
After a heart-wrenching loss, Teddy struggles to cope and it triggers memories of her past; Amelia tries to help the situation by encouraging Owen to accept and forgive Teddy.
As traumas and pressure mount, Grey Sloan doctors try to find a path forward, and Richard questions his faith. Meanwhile, Jo, Link and Jackson play an unconventional drinking game.
Both teams tend to a tense situation with so much at stake. Meanwhile, Jo convinces Hayes to bend the rules on a case, and Maggie and Winston reconnect.
Grey Sloan Memorial faces new pressures as Seattle Pres is overloaded, and Grey Sloan Memorial is now on surge capacity protocol. Meanwhile, Owen and Amelia are faced with one of the most controversial surgeries of their careers.
Bailey panics as she hears there has been a surge of COVID-19 cases, knowing she has loved ones in an assisted living facility. Meanwhile, Jackson and Richard team up against Catherine to teach her a lesson, and Teddy continues to try to mend her frayed relationships. After an intense surgery, Jo is uncertain about her future.
Owen faces a medical diagnosis that challenges more than he imagined. Meanwhile, Koracick begins to go stir crazy; and Maggie gets a not-so-subtle glimpse into Winston’s background.
The doctors continue to face their new COVID-19 reality and deal with a familiar and stubborn patient; Koracick is put in charge of the interns; Link operates on a sex therapist; Maggie finds comfort in Winston’s virtual presence.
This is the third part of the November 2020 “Station 19” and “Grey’s Anatomy” crossover event, a three-part crossover within the television franchise. It began with “Nothing Seems the Same” of Station 19, continued with “All Tomorrow’s Parties” of Grey’s Anatomy, and concluded with “The Center Won’t Hold”, also of Grey’s Anatomy.
This is the second part of the November 2020 “Station 19” and “Grey’s Anatomy” crossover event, a three-part crossover within the television franchise. It began with “Nothing Seems the Same” of Station 19, continued with “All Tomorrow’s Parties” of Grey’s Anatomy, and concluded with “The Center Won’t Hold”, also of Grey’s Anatomy.