This week’s 9-1-1: Lone Star focused relationships. We finally got to see what Mateo and Nancy have been up to the last few weeks, Tommy realizes her feelings for Julian, and Judd tries to help Wyatt with a job interview. Plus, there’s an “explosive” ending all leading up to next week’s season finale.
Honestly, we had forgotten that Nancy and Mateo went on a date. It feels like a lot has happened since then. But they’re still seeing each other but so far no one else knows about them. Nancy wants to tell everyone, but Mateo hesitates. This annoys Nancy and the two pretty much blow up at each other at game night. At this point everyone knows something’s up.
Nancy and Mateo finally admit they’re together, and Mateo has been embarrassed to tell anyone because he’s afraid they would laugh at Nancy for dating him. Poor Mateo. He didn’t think he was good enough for her because he’s short. But luckily Nancy doesn’t care about what other people think, and Nancy and Mateo leave game night to get “coffee”. We have to admit, we kind of like these two together and hope we get to see more of their relationship soon.
Tommy and Julian
At the beginning of “Spring Cleaning” Tommy and Julian sort through Charles’ clothes for donation. Tommy gives Julian Charles’ shoes and it’s obvious that there’s still a spark between these two. They later kiss and Tommy admits that she likes him. Julian tells her that he in love with her but decides to leave.
He doesn’t feel like he can fill Charles’ shoes. While we’re sad to see Julian go, we think he made the right decision. We don’t want Tommy to be hurt again. But it was nice to see Tommy happy again, and we hope that she can find someone else to love again even though no one will ever be Charles.
Wyatt’s Job Interview
As Judd recovers from his accident last week, he decides to help Wyatt with his upcoming job interview. He thinks Wyatt needs a suit and takes him shopping. Unfortunately, the suit was over the top as everyone else dressed down.
Judd feels responsible for Wyatt blowing the interview and wants to fix it. He drives Wyatt back to the office to try to get him another interview. As Judd gets on the elevator, the building explodes.
Okay, writers: did we or did we not tell you last week that Judd can’t die? He almost died last week and now he’s in another life-or-death situation? And he wasn’t even on the job for either of these incidents. DO NOT KILL OFF JUDD. Judd and Grace are the backbone of this show. Also, Wyatt will probably feel awful since Judd was only there to help him. And we can’t have that.
- It was hilarious that Mateo turned off the garbage chute just by pulling the cord which turned the power off. Clearly everyone else overlooked that simple solution!
- We’re proud of Owen for not only keeping his temper in check with that abusive father but for coming up with a way to keep the kids away from him. He may have saved the kids’ lives.
- Who else didn’t know that “Code 7” meant “lunch” for cops?