Chicago Fire Picture Preview: A Christmas Delivery

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On Chicago Fire Season 3 Episode 10, the team responds to a routine house fire call that takes a dangerous turn as the squad hurries to save a couple trapped inside. When the rescue moves in an unexpected direction, everyone is forced to deal with a perplexing aftermath.

Have a look at the photo gallery below for a sneak peek at the holiday-themed episode. Will everything work out for the best as Chief Boden and Donna prepare to start their new family, and welcome the house's newest member just in time for the holidays?

The tension, both at home and at the workplace, continues to mount for Dawson and Casey. Will it continue to push the engaged couple further apart?

While Dawsey faces trouble, Molly's II may be getting just the opportunity it needs to shine at the Chicago Holiday Fest. Will the gang step up to the challenge and succeed?

This episode of Chicago Fire airs on December 2. As always, remember to come back here for a full review of the episode and in the meantime, you can watch Chicago Fire online any time via TV Fanatic!

Bridget Liszewski is a staff writer for TV Fanatic. Follow her on Twitter.

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Chicago Fire Season 3 Episode 10 Quotes

Casey: Maybe this whole thing is too big for us. I’m trying to be a Lieutenant and your fiance and you can’t respect either one.
Dawson: Request permission to leave shift, Lieutenant.
Casey: Granted candidate.

Boden: You ever been invited to a friend’s place for Thanksgiving, sat down for a big, beautiful once a year meal, got excited about a perfectly cooked turkey, and then they served up a ham.
Connie: A ham?
Boden: Instead of the turkey.
Connie: No I got that part, but …
Boden: See? Tradition is important, is it not?
Connie: I suppose it is.
Boden: Thank you Connie. Woman that understands. I mean, who knows if the pilgrims ate turkey at the first Thanksgiving? Maybe they had nothing but hams, lined up for miles, But me, turkey is the traditional Thanksgiving food. And Gravy. Brown. Makde from the difference of a turkey, not some fancy foo-foo stuff made from pears, and sun dried tomatoes.
Connie: I do like a good gravy.
Boden: You better stand up for tradition Connie, or what else do we have?
Connie: Ham and pear gravy.
Boden: Thank you Connie.