Chicago Fire returned this evening without missing a beat. With the looming concern that Captain Casey may have to leave the Chicago Fire Department after his horrible head injury looming, Chief Boden takes over the reins of Casey’s job while he figures out what he needs to do next.
Casey is told by his doctor that he will need to get an MRI to get a further diagnosis of the state of his head injury because it could be quite possible that if the trauma is getting worse, it could lead to serious medical problems for him in the future. Don’t worry, fans, Casey and Sylvie had a lot of flirty moments that could result in them (finally) getting together! There even was an almost-kiss when Casey’s MRI was clean, and he is cleared to work!
A fire at a party store paves the way for two storylines of the week: a civilian, Mason, who knows an odd amount about firefighting helps Herrmann rescue an unconscious woman, and Mouch saves a little girl’s life after the building explodes.
Herrmann tracks down Mason, who was a trained firefighter in prison, and knows that the CFD does not hire felons. Mason explains that becoming a trained firefighter in prison helped him get out of a lot of bad crowds. It becomes Herrmann’s goal to meet with the commissioner of the CFD to get Mason hired as a firefighter because as the episode title notes, he is a “natural born firefighter.” Originally, the meeting doesn’t go as planned, but after several phone calls, they get Mason an interview with the fire department in St. Paul.
Kudos to the makeup department on the show; the scene where Sylvie rescues a woman who gets her arm stuck in a tennis ball machine was awesome, and the prosthetics they put on her arm were great!
The lowest part of the episode for me was the so-called “comedic” story where Ritter, Gallo, Kidd, and Cruz worked together to prevent random people from parking in Chief Boden’s parking space. Even when they discovered that the person parking their car was assisting an elderly nun, the story was incredibly dumb, and just didn’t need to be there at all. However, I do like the use of Boden in these stories, because they don’t always use him for moments that aren’t serious firefighting scenes.
Herrmann’s storyline involving Mason was really true and honest. There are a lot of organizations in the world that discriminate against hiring felons even if they have the skillset to accomplish a job. It’s something that I hope can make a difference in reality, as there is so much discrimination against incarcerated people.
The show also took down the rumored possibility that Casey (played by Jesse Spencer) will be departing the show because of his head injury. It was a sigh of relief, as a personal fan of Jesse Spencer, as well as the character, I don’t know how I would be able to handle his departure from the show. With the hint that Sylvie and Casey could be getting together soon, I think it’s time that this teased romance finally becomes official!
Chicago Fire returns in 2 weeks, but until then, what did you think of tonight’s episode? Are you relieved that Casey is returning to work? Leave a comment below!
Coffee Table News
Why Is Taylor Kinney Leaving ‘Chicago Fire’?
Shocking news Firehouse 51—Taylor Kinney is exiting Chicago Fire.
Deadline reported the news on Friday, Jan. 20, revealing that the actor, who anchors the show as Kelly Severide, will be taking a break from the series.
Kinney has been a staple on the Dick Wolf drama since its inception in 2012 and is a huge reason why the series has retained such a dedicated viewership.
While an official reason was not provided, and a rep for the show did not offer a comment, sources close to production told the outlet that Kinney is taking a “leave of absence” to deal with a personal matter. No word on what the situation is.
The cast and crew were reportedly informed of the leave right before the news broke, with the writer’s room likely having to rewrite scripts to accommodate the change.
It’s unclear whether this will be a permanent leave, nor is there any info about how he will be written out for now.
Kinney has not addressed the news himself as of writing.
This is the latest shocking exit in the #OneChicago world as Jesse Lee Soffer, who plays Jay Halstead on Chicago PD, exited earlier this season, while Brian Tee hung up his coat earlier this season on Chicago Med after portraying Ethan Choi since 2015.
See All the Photos From ‘Chicago Fire’s Halloween-Themed Episode
Firehouse 51 is gearing up for Halloween.
New photos were released from Chicago Fire’s Oct.19 episode titled “Haunted House,” and it looks like the squad will get to indulge in a little bit of mischief and mayhem before being called to save lives.
Check out the synopsis for Season 11 Episode 5: “Firehouse 51 hosts a Halloween open house; Kidd and Severide help a young girl after she gets kicked out of her home.”
And check out the photos below:
Chicago Fire Finale Review: The Magnificent City of Chicago (10×22)
Wedding bells are ringing, and Casey makes his grand return for Chicago Fire’s epic season finale!
After Severide got jumped by a gang last week, it was time to plan a wedding! Herrmann gathered the entire firehouse together, and gave everyone (except Emma) jobs that will secure the quickest wedding setup in history. Stella even asked Boden to give her away at the altar. Despite the writing saying that Casey might not show up, Casey showed up! It was great to see Jesse Spencer back in the role we’ve gone so used to seeing him play for the last ten years.
With Sylvie back in the house, she threw Stella a surprise makeshift bachelorette party, which was freaking adorable. On the other hand, Casey and Severide had one of their old fashioned bro moments, since it is most likely going to be the last one we see of them.
Disaster struck as the venue they thought they had booked, had to go back on their word, as a previously cancelled wedding decided to be back on. Casey came to the rescue once again, as he bought out a tour boat for all the guests, and the captain of the ship will be able to marry Severide and Stella.
Severide started to meet with several officers who were looking to start a case against Thomas Campbell, who runs a narotic ring and organized the attack on Severide after the food truck case. While heading to talk to the investigators, Severide was attacked again, but shoved the henchman out a window in self-defense. Regardless, Severide still committed to testify to help the investigation.
The showdown between Emma and Violet came to a head as well. Sylvie returned to Chicago, and Violet filled her in on all of the blackmailing schemes that Emma has started up against her and Hawkins. Hawkins went to his higher ups and wanted to find a way for Violet to somehow escape this situation, even if he had to take the biggest hit for it.
A house fire brought some news to light about Emma. Violet, Stella, Gallo, and Emma were helping a pregnant woman next door neighbor who was hit with debris, when the fire started spreading to their location. Everyone else was calm, but Emma wanted to high-tail it out of the building without everyone. The fire stressed out Emma, and she bolted, abandoning the team inside. The team who had the guts to stay helped deliver the woman’s baby with flames all around them.
Hawkins, who arrived at the fire, saw the whole thing unfold, and discarded the blackmail, and fired Emma for abandoning her crew.
Casey gave Gallo his favorite axe, as he doesn’t use it a whole lot out in Oregon. This is quite literally the passing of the torch for the future of Firehouse 51, as Gallo is sure to grow as a firefighter in future seasons.
At the end, the wedding began, with John Legend’s “All of Me” playing, and I rolled my eyes since that was one of the most cliche things possible. They both had adorable wedding vows which I’m sure actors will use for future audition monologues.
Chief Boden danced during the party, and I think that’s the only important thing I’ll ever need to see on my screen the rest of the year. However, the door did close on Sylvie and Casey, as she decided to stay in Chicago, and he is going back to Oregon, where his life really is.
It wouldn’t be a finale without a cliffhanger! As Stella and Severide begin their honeymoon in a cabin, a mysterious truck silently arrives, assuming it might be someone hunting Severide.
This was a great finale! It tied up the loose ends of Emma’s situation (see, I told you there would be a loophole to get her out)! We also got Casey’s full conclusion, and even though it is the end of his time here, we at least get Sylvie back in Ambulance 61. Who knows, maybe they’ll continue to reference Casey in every episode like they did after he left. Season 11 is sure to be some great twists and stories, with Severide having to go against this narotics ring, and adjusting to married life. I think sparks are in the air for Violet and Gallo…again.
What did you think of tonight’s season 10 closer? Leave a comment below.
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