Chicago Fire Reviews

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 Season 8 Episode 5 Review: Buckle Up

Chicago Fire Review: Ready, Set, Go

On Chicago Fire Season 8 Episode 5, Cruz and Mouch deal with their share of hardships while Severide investigates the cause of a multi-vehicle accident. Read our review!
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Chicago Fire Season 8 Episode 4 Review: Infection, Part 1

Chicago Fire Review: Patient Zero

On Chicago Fire Season 8 Episode 4 firefighters, doctors, and police officers team up to determine the origin of a rare but deadly bacteria that threatens all Chicagoans.
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Chicago Fire Season 8 Episode 3 Review: Badlands

Chicago Fire Review: Badlands

On Chicago Fire Season 8 Episode 3, Brett and Foster take on a correctional facility, Stella gets a new opportunity, and Gallo leaves an impression. Read our review!
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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.

It's like some Bizarro 51.

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