"The One That Got Away" is the sixteenth episode of the third season of 9-1-1, and the forty-fourth episode overall. It aired on April 27, 2020.


The 118 fights an apartment building blaze and attempts a daring rescue of a deaf woman trapped inside. When Athena responds to a simple accident call, she discovers a potentially more sinister crime. Meanwhile, Hen performs a risky medical procedure after an accident at a televised cooking show and Buck meets a retired firefighter and is inspired to reunite him with his lost love. [2]



Guest Starring

  • Sasha Roiz as Det. Lou Ransone
  • Jack McGee as Red Delacroix
  • Noah Bean as Jeffrey Hudson
  • Jessica Tuck as Dr. Imelda Royce
  • Sal Viscuso as Anton
  • Deborah May as Cindy
  • Sohm Kapila as Chef Lana Mobley
  • Joe Gillette as Dr. Clayton
  • John Eric Bentley as Mark
  • Dallas Dupree Young as Bryce


  • Gigi Zumbado as Officer Dana Stafford
  • Jeff Blim as Chef Maurice Malone
  • Jinny Chung as Chef Sharlene Jackson
  • Vae as Gladys
  • Amy Waller as Margot
  • Loren Escandon as Doris
  • Rueben Grundy as Booking Officer
  • Ulysses Morazan as ER Nurse
  • Jamison Reeves as Bartender


  • Hen and Chimney mention that their previous crew before Bobby, Eddie, and Buck came were not really considered their "family", a callback to the struggles they faced back in "Chimney Begins" and "Hen Begins".
    • Tommy Kinard is mentioned by Chimney, on the fact that he needed a favor.
  • Hen mentions Evelyn, the cello player she had accidentally killed after she crashed into her in "Malfunction".
  • Parts of the jump that Buck did into the apartment was filmed partly on stage and partly on location. [3]
  • The synopsis of this episode says they attempt a daring rescue of a blind woman, although Maddie mentions to the team that she is deaf.



Behind the Scenes



ve 9-1-1 Episode Guide
Season 1 "Pilot" • "Let Go" • "Next of Kin" • "Worst Day Ever" • "Point of Origin" • "Heartbreaker" • "Full Moon (Creepy AF)" • "Karma's a Bitch" • "Trapped" • "A Whole New You"
Season 2 "Under Pressure" • "7.1" • "Help Is Not Coming" • "Stuck" • "Awful People" • "Dosed" • "Haunted" • "Buck, Actually" • "Hen Begins" • "Merry Ex-Mas" • "New Beginnings" • "Chimney Begins" • "Fight or Flight" • "Broken" • "Ocean's 9-1-1" • "Bobby Begins Again" • "Careful What You Wish For" • "This Life We Choose"
Season 3 "Kids Today" • "Sink or Swim" • "The Searchers" • "Triggers" • "Rage" • "Monsters" • "Athena Begins" • "Malfunction" • "Fallout" • "Christmas Spirit" • "Seize the Day" • "Fools" • "Pinned" • "The Taking of Dispatch 9-1-1" • "Eddie Begins" • "The One That Got Away" • "Powerless" • "What's Next?"
Season 4 "The New Abnormal" • "Alone Together" • "Future Tense" • "9-1-1, What's Your Grievance?" • "Buck Begins" • "Jinx" • "There Goes the Neighborhood" • "Breaking Point" • "Blindsided" • "Parenthood" • "First Responders" • "Treasure Hunt"
9-1-1: Lone Star Episode Guide
Season 1 "Pilot" • "Yee-Haw" • "Texas Proud" • "Act of God" • "Studs" • "Friends Like These" • "Bum Steer" • "Monster Inside" • "Awakening" • "Austin, We Have a Problem"
Season 2 "Back in the Saddle" • "2100°" • "Hold the Line" • "Friends With Benefits" • "Difficult Conversations" • "Everyone and Their Brother" • "Displaced" • "Bad Call" • "Saving Grace" • "A Little Help From My Friends" • "Slow Burn"
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