Easy breezy Andy? Yeah, right.
Andy was anything but on Station 19 Season 2 Episode 3, and pretty much every other time we've seen her.
She may be trying to take everything in stride, but she's as uptight as ever.
More than uptight, she's completely self-absorbed. She keeps making everything about her when she should be giving credit where it's due.
She realized that she made the wrong call and nearly got that poor woman killed. Instead of focusing on the fact that Maya made the right call, she made it all about what was wrong with her.
Andy: She would have died. If I had been making the call I would have waited, and she would have died.
Sullivan: Well, I guess it's good it didn't go that way then.
Permalink: Well, I guess it's good it didn't go that way then. Added: October 18, 2018 I'm not saying she shouldn't be questioning her decision making or that she shouldn't reflect on where her head has been lately, but the right thing to do would have been to say something positive to Maya.
Something along the lines of "job well done" or "thanks for saving my butt" would have been appropriate.
Talking to her dad makes a lot more sense. He knows her the best out of anyone, and he can help her figure out why she's letting the new captain get to her so much.
Obviously, she's angry at herself for screwing up her chance at the job, but she needs to find a way to get over it, and fast.
Related: Station 19 Season 2 Episode 2 Review: Under the Surface
Captain Sullivan seems like a good guy, and more importantly, he's good at his job. He takes it seriously, and maybe he comes off as a bit of a hard-ass, but his firefighters' safety is of the utmost importance to him.
Andy has proven time and time again that she's not ready for the position, but if she can get over herself for a second, she might be able to learn something from him.
At the very least, she has to find a cure for the terrible case of foot-in-mouth disease she's acquired.
Andy: He has it out for me.
Maya: You keep giving him ammo to use against you.
Andy: He keeps lurking.
Permalink: He keeps lurking. Added: October 18, 2018 He's not lurking. He works there, and Andy is very loud. It was bad enough when she was speaking Spanish and assuming he couldn't understand her, but to think anyone wouldn't overhear her is just ridiculous.
At least the moments between her and Pruitt are super sweet. Pruitt is struggling to adjust to living without her, but he has Ryan stopping by to check on him periodically. It might be time for Pruitt to get a girlfriend.
] Despite Andy's selfishness, Maya has stayed loyal to her friend. It's commendable, but also a little infuriating. If Andy was the reason she hesitated to apply for the promotion, I'm glad she changed her mind and decided to go for it.
She's proven she can make the tough calls unde..