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‘9-1-1: Lone Star’: Where Everyone Left Off at End of Season 2

by Jacklyn Krol
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9-1-1: Lone Star is gearing up for Season 3, relive the second season and make sure that you’re caught up.

Station 126 was dealing with the demise of their firehouse. It burnt to the ground during the Season 2 finale, “Dust to Dust.” Because the firehouse can’t operate, each of the members is currently scattered throughout different teams.

Unfortunately, Mateo (Julian Works) got assigned to Station 129 which is filled with bigots who degrade him. Meanwhile, Station 122 gained Paul (​​Brian Michael Smith), Marjan (Natacha Karam), and Judd (Jim Parrack).

Mateo was finally able to prove himself after a dust storm caused a plane to crash into a street. He managed to set up a triage and camp before firefighters arrived on the scene. The Station 129 captain tried to give him flack but was defended by Owen. The pair decided that he will no longer be a Probie once the 126 opens back up.

You’ll recall that Tommy’s (Gina Torres)’ husband died and revealed that she will not be returning to her role as paramedic captain. She told Judd and Grace (Sierra Aylina McClain) that her children need her. But once the storm hit, she helped out and fell in love with her work all over again. She then decided that she would return after all.

Deputy Chief Radford (Kyle Secor) attended a budget meeting and had a conversation with Owen. He revealed that he will be retiring and offered him the deputy Chief role. Surprisingly, Owen declined his offer.

The big kicker comes after former 126 captain Billy Tyson (Billy Burke) returned as deputy chief. His first act would be closing Station 126 permanently. His move was apparently because of budget constraints but that didn’t stop Owen from punching him.

The Future of a ‘9-1-1: Lone Star’ Couple

9-1-1: Lone Star Season 3 is sure to heat up with all of the drama ready to unfold.

T.K. and Carlos will be seeing bigger changes to their relationship showrunner Tim Minear revealed to The Observer. After moving in together after Carlos’ house burned down, things will be heating up for the two. But before a big question gets popped, they have some other situations to juggle.

“I don’t know if there will be a proposal next season,” he revealed. “I’m not saying there will be; I’m not saying there won’t be.”

However, the couple seems to be long-term and has already taken things to the next level by living together. The showrunner has another plot idea up his sleeves.

“I think we sort of hinted at the fact that they’re probably staying with Owen (Rob Lowe), along with Mateo (Julian Works) right now,” Minear concluded.