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Grey's Anatomy brought double the drama this week in a crossover with Station 19 that meshed together both worlds as Maggie (Kelly McCreary) took care of one of the firehouse's own.
Jesse Williams directed the first half of the two-hour event, titled "What I Did for Love," which saw Levi (Jake Borelli) help a man who had collapsed at a flower shop. But to Bailey's (Chandra Wilson) horror, John Doe turned out to be Fire Chief Luca Ripley (Brett Tucker), who works alongside her husband, Ben (Jason George). His predicament raised major concern, especially since he disappeared from his hospital bed just when Maggie concluded that his condition was worse than they initially thought. In the second hour, we learned that Ripley's efforts to find his fiancé Hughes (Barrett Doss) and explain why he hadn't stood her up only made things worse for him. A combination of the toxins he inhaled from the last fire and a preexisting heart condition proved to be fatal, and the crossover ended with the Station 19 gang huddled around Hughes while she mourned the loss of her soulmate.
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Elsewhere, Jo (Camilla Luddington) experienced a huge emotional breakdown after a mixup with one of her patients, and Link (Chris Carmack) helped Levi understand what Nico (Alex Landi) was going through after losing a patient. In true Grey's fashion, the hour also tackled the delicate issue of immigration through Meredith (Ellen Pompeo), who treated a young girl whose family was seeking asylum. Realizing that her uninsured patient desperately needed medical attention even though her family had no way of paying for it, Meredith took drastic measures to ensure the girl receive the help she needed by falsely presenting her as her daughter Ellis on the insurance forms.
It was a bold move...
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