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Chicago Fire Recap 1/11/18: Season 6 Episode 8 “The Whole Point of Being Roommates”

Tonight begins with Gabi Dawson (Monica Raymund) stopping by to see Bria (Quinn Cooke), seeing how she was doing. She offers to hang out and play cards. At the firehouse, Lt. Kelly Severide (Taylor Kinney) is fixing the legs of the table, while Stella Kidd (Miranda Rae Mayo) suggests he could have just jammed paper under the legs; he scoffs, saying he won’t take advice from a woman who duct tapes her mirror to a wall. Gabi arrives and tells Severide about her visit with Bria, saying there were no drugs in Bria’s system and feels there is something off with her whole story; he agrees that she didn’t seem like trouble either. Sylvie Brett (Kara Killmer) walks into the dining area when Joe Cruz (Joe Minoso) and Brian "Otis" Zvonecek (Yuri Sardarov) tell her that she missed doing the grocery run for the apartment, and they are almost out of toilet paper. READ MORE...

Chicago Fire Winter Premiere Recap 1/4/18: Season 6 Episode 7 “A Man’s Legacy”

Chicago Fire continues tonight with paramedics Gabi Dawson (Monica Raymund) and Sylvie Brett (Kara Killmer) dealing with Ramon Dawson’s (Daniel Zacapa) wounds. Sylvie stays in the back of the rig and orders Gabi to drive the ambulance to the hospital as she is too shaken to help with her father’s wounds. On the way, Ramon’s oxygen stats drop but Sylvie tells Gabi to keep driving as she decompresses his lungs. At Chicago Med, Sylvie reveals to Nurse Maggie Lockwood (Marlyne Barrett) that he is a victim with multiple stab wounds; they quickly transfer him to a bed and bring him to an OR where Dr. Connor Rhodes (Colin Donnell) is waiting. Gabi informs Maggie that the patient is her father as Sylvie tries to reassure her that he will be okay. Captain Matt Casey (Jesse Spencer) and Detective Antonio Dawson (Jon Seda) arrive at the hospital at the same time, learning that Ramon was trying to be a hero when the knife-wielding psycho started slashing people on the train platform. Sylvie joins them just as Dr. Rhodes informs them that Ramon will be okay and they can see him but only for a minute because he needs his rest. READ MORE...

Chicago Fire Season 6 Episode 8 Review: The Whole Point of Being Roommates

Annoying brothers-in-law, past loves, and irate cops. There were a whole lot of visitors to Firehouse 51 this week. All those visitors meant that some trouble got stirred up on Chicago Fire Season 6 Episode 8 . Outside interference can lead to a communication breakdown -- at the firehouse and at home. Oh Gabby. What is going on with our girl? Or maybe it's really Matt that has the issue -- his reaction to her interest in Brea seemed to come out of nowhere. I can understand creating conflict between the power couple, even if it's been over done in my opinion. But it needs to come more organically.   ...Read More...   https://www.tvfanatic.com/2018/01/chicago-fire-season-6-episode-8-review-the-whole-point-of-being/

Chicago Fire Season 6 Episode 7 Review: A Man's Legacy

The great thing about Firehouse 51 is that there's always somebody to have your back, no matter the situation. Daddy issues were definitely a theme of Chicago Fire Season 6 Episode 7 . Gabby may have been dealing with her father and how he's let her down for a year now, but Boden's reminiscence came out of nowhere. But the 51 family was there for both of them as they struggled through.   ...Read More....   https://www.tvfanatic.com/2018/01/chicago-fire-season-6-episode-7-review-a-mans-legacy/

Chicago Fire Fall Finale Recap 11/2/17: Season 6 Episode 6 “Down Is Better”

Tonight’s Chicago Fire begins with Ramon Dawson (Daniel Zacapa) having breakfast with his daughter, Gabi Dawson (Monica Raymund), bragging about how great work is but wanting to meet with his supervisor to pitch some of his ideas for the workplace. Gabi says it is a better idea for him to keep his head down for at least a year before saying anything. He wants to use Matt Casey’s (Jesse Spencer) political connections, but Gabi shuts him down, saying Matt is done with politics now and forever. Joe Cruz (Joe Minoso) and Brian "Otis" Zvonecek (Yuri Sardarov) walk down the street and notice a restaurant is going out of business but all the equipment is for sale, Otis says he needs to let Christopher Herrmann (David Eigneberg) know. Stella Kidd (Miranda Rae Mayo) is talking to Kelly Severide (Taylor Kinney) about "upping his game", while he advises her to pay attention to herself; the alarms sound and the crews are off to a call. They arrive at a restaurant where a grease fire has gotten out of control and patrons are trapped on the roof. READ MORE...

Chicago Fire Recap 10/26/17: Season 6 Episode 5 “Devil’s Bargain”

Chicago Fire begins tonight with Captain Matt Casey (Jesse Spencer) arriving in the firehouse 51 kitchen, where Gabi Dawson (Monica Raymund) makes fun of all the paperwork on his desk. Randall "Mouch" McHolland (Christian Stolte) comments that his wife, Trudy (Amy Morton) has 2 rules for men – no cats and no vegetarians. Brian "Otis" Zvonecek (Yuri Sardarov) says if men had lists like that for women, they would murder men. Sylvie Brett (Kara Killmer) objects and tells him to try it; as Joe Cruz (Joe Minoso) whispers for him not to do it, Gabi and Stella Kidd (Miranda Rae Mayo) egg him on. He doesn’t have a chance to say anything and the girls walk away smirking. Hope Jacquinot (Eloise Mumford) is greeted with smiles as she hands out the paychecks. Everyone receives a check, except Stella, Hope says she will call over to payroll right away. Christopher Herrmann (David Eigenberg) walks with the crew into the fire hall, and sees a massive crate being delivered, he tells Cruz to call Otis. Otis says this crate is the future, he asks Cruz to drag it in real gently as they are sent out on a call. It is an attempted break-in and when they come around the corner, they see the boy twisted up in barbed wire hanging off the top of the wall. READ MORE...

Chicago Fire Season 6 Episode 6 Review: Down Is Better

Ding dong, the witch is dead. Okay, so Hope's not dead, but she was banished on Chicago Fire Season 6 Episode 6 . And not a moment too soon. It was past time for that harpy to go. Not that her departure solves all of 51's problems. No, that would far too easy. Still, I bet Stella feels like a thousand pounds has been lifted from her back.   ...Read More...   https://www.tvfanatic.com/2017/11/chicago-fire-season-6-episode-6-review-down-is-better/

Chicago Fire Review: Casey’s Promotion Comes With Some Hits

People do not like being told what to do. That is not likely to change, but in a situation where rank butts heads with expertise, things get much more complicated. Casey and Severide have been through this type of situation before. Their initial animosity was the catalyst for their trajectory on Chicago Fire, and sometimes it does affect their friendship. Two alpha leaders in one house is bound to be trouble on occasion, but now Casey has a title that indisputably entitles him to push orders on Severide. That doesn’t necessarily mean it is the right thing to do. Heavy is the head that wears the crown, and if the man wearing the crown expected his relationships to remain the same, he was sorely mistaken. READ MORE...

Chicago Fire Season 6 Episode 5 Review: Devil's Bargain

Hope is a sociopath. Or has antisocial personality disorder. Whatever. Bottom line, we found out on Chicago Fire Season 6 Episode 5 that there is something seriously wrong with Sylvie's childhood friend. Now if we could only sort out what crawled up Casey's ass and died. I'm starting to think 51 needs to go on some kind of team building retreat or something. Maybe some trust falls would sort Matt and Kelly out.   ...Read More...   https://www.tvfanatic.com/2017/10/chicago-fire-season-6-episode-5-review-devils-bargain/

Chicago Fire Review: Gabby Takes The Lead

Gabby Dawson is tough as nails, something she proves everyday on the job. Going the extra mile means not walking away from a dangerous situation before it turns into a disaster. Gabby does that and more when she sees an unstable construction site. She walks right into danger, not knowing that her swift actions would save lives, or potentially cost her her own. Gabby ends up trapped, and she has to use all of the skills Chicago Fire has trained her for to save everyone who is trapped. On the day of her husband’s promotion, Gabby has no reason to stop and intervene in anyone else’s business. When she sees too much weight put on a freshly paved garage, there is no way that Gabby can not say something. She gets trapped in the ensuing collapse for her trouble. She gets stuck with a social worker trying to ignore an ignorant woman, an Army sergeant who has never seen combat a day in his life, a bank teller with anxiety issues, and a Chinese-American electrician who spends a good portion of the episode trying to convey that his daughter is stuck in the elevator. From that point on it is crisis after crisis with no way out. No cell signal, jammed emergency phone lines, no stairwell or elevator access, carbon monoxide poisoning, and a general distrust of strangers. READ MORE...