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Chicago Fire Season 8 Episode 11 Review: Where We End Up

Chicago Fire: Breaking Point

On Chicago Fire Season 8 Episode 11, tensions reach a breaking point between Firehouse 51 and 20, but a life-or-death situation forces them to come together. Our review!
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Chicago Fire Season 8 Episode 10 Review: Hold Our Ground

Chicago Fire: Full Throttle

On Chicago Fire Season 8 Episode 10, Severide returns home, 51 clashes with a new firehouse, and a missing piece of equipment leads to a high-speed chase. Read our review!
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Chicago Fire Details

Chicago Fire is from Law & Order producer Dick Wolf. It stars Jesse Spencer and Taylor Kinney, among others, and it focuses on the lives of firefighters in The Windy City.

Chicago is closely related to another NBC series, Chicago P.D. The two series cross back and forth as the characters are all intertwined. 

The drama is intense on Chicago Fire. No character is completely safe from the ravages that fighting fires cause and whether it's accidents or emotional trauma, tolls are taken in the worst way, including death and suicide. Several looming characters have lost their lives in events that take place on the series.

Jesse Spencer is Matthew Casey, who dates Gabriela Dawson, played by Monica Raymund. The character of Gabriela has a brother named Antonio who works as a detective for the Chicago P.D. Taylor Kinney plays Kelly Severide and is currently engaged in a relationship with another Chicago P.D. Detective, Erin Lindsey.

Firehouse 51 has been targeted many times for closure for various reasons, but always the camaraderie of those men and women who work there do what it takes to keep it from being destroyed. 

If you like excitement, and drama that's both emotional and action oriented, Chicago Fire may be the show for you.

 

Network:
NBC
Number of Episodes
171
Start Date
Seasons:

Chicago Fire Quotes

Severide: We need to figure out who’s pulling these alarms.
Headmaster: Of course, yes, my staff and I will figure out who’s behind this.
Casey: We’d like to talk to them. He needs to understand he’s putting people’s lives in danger.
Headmaster: I’m afraid that’s not possible, but we’ll make sure they get the message.
Severide: What do you mean that’s not possible?
Headmaster: Well, our students are entitled to their privacy, lieutenant, and disciplinary matters are kept in strict confidence.
Casey: What?
Headmaster: I have to insist on it. The families of Stover Academy would expect nothing less.
Severide: You mean these private school parents expect you to shield their kids from prosecution?
Headmaster: Hold on. We’re talking about a prank here – a sophomoric and irresponsible one to be sure.
Severide: Pulling a false alarm is a crime.
Casey: OK, Kelly.
Headmaster: If you can’t have a calm, rational discussion, I’m afraid I need to ask you to leave the premises.
Severide: We’re going to find out who did this, with or without him.

Casey: Would you have ignored Boden's orders like you did mine?
Dawson: Matt come on.
Casey: Gabby. What you did today crossed the line. It made fools of both of us, and if it ever happens again, I’ll be forced to kick you off track for good. Do you understand that?
Dawson: Yes sir.

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