SEASON four of ABC’s Station 19 came to a heart-pounding conclusion on Thursday, June 3.
The Grey’s Anatomy spinoff follows the lives of the men and women of a firehouse in Seattle.
Boris Kodjoe stars on Station 19Credit: Getty
What did Sullivan do on Station 19?
Captain Robert Sullivan, who is played by Boris Kodjoe, is married to the character of Andy Herrera, played by Jaina Lee Ortiz, on Station 19.
Lots happened during the 2021 season finale, including the wedding of Maya Bishop (Danielle Savre) and Carina DeLuca (Stefania Spampinato).
However, Robert and Andy were having a tough day.
“In Robert’s estimation, he’d just saved his wife’s job,” writes Yahoo in a finale recap.
“In hers, however, he’d done something unforgivable.”
Boris Kodjoe plays Captain Robert SullivanCredit: Getty
Sullivan’s behavior was revealed in flashbacks on the show.
Maya would lose her job during the epiosde, and apparently Sullivan had something to do with it.
“So, as the episode and the season ended, while Maya was sharing a romantic dance with her bride, all of her colleagues were receiving a text that revealed that Bishop had been relieved of her duties,” according to Yahoo.
“’This is you,” Andy told Robert.
“You did this.”
According to Yahoo, Robert “saw it as saving her workplace family” and his wife saw it as “the ultimate betrayal.”
Season four of the show has concludedCredit: Getty
Who is Boris Kodjoe?
Boris Kodjoe is an actor who plays Captain Robert Sullivan on Station 19.
He is also known for his role in the television series Soul Food, where he earned three NAACP Award nominations for Outstanding Supporting Actor.
His film credits include Resident Evil: Retribution, Resident Evil: Afterlife, Baggage Claim, Love and Basketball, Brown Sugar, Tyler Perry’s Madea’s Family Reunion, Addicted and The Gospel and Surrogates.
Kodjoe made his Broadway debut in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof alongside James Earl Jones.
His Station 19 bio reads: “Boris’ primary interest is raising awareness around health issues in developing countries.
“He and Nicole started Sophie’s Voice Foundation, in honor of his daughter, Sophie, who was diagnosed with spina bifida at birth.
“Together they advocate for the prevention of neural tube defects through folic acid fortification.”