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Chicago Fire Recap 10/19/17: Season 6 Episode 4 “A Breaking Point”

The show opens with Gabby picking up a gift for her husband. Hope shows up at work and is confronted about stealing for her old boss. She denies it and offers to quit but Leslie tells her no. As Gabby is heading back to her car she notices construction on a parking structure is causing the building to become unstable. She runs in to warn people to get out and the structure collapses. She isn’t injured but several other people are. She works to stabilize as many as she can. Taylor teases Matthew about his promotion. Gabby and a soldier also trapped try to communicate with the outside world to let them know they are alive but need help. The chief delegates personnel issues to Matthew. He is less than thrilled. Gabby discovers more people trapped in the ruble. One woman is not hurt but is acting very aggressively. There is also a bank teller who is not injured but is having a panic attack. Gabby works to calm him. Gabby and the soldier work to get a man out of his car. The soldier tells the rest of the people trapped that they need to dig their way out. Gabby tells them no too because it could make the pillars fall but he won’t listen to her. Matthew is presented with a Guinea pig by a Boy Scout troop. They think it would make a great mascot for the firehouse. Gabby realizes there are several people stuck in the elevator. She is able to pry the door open and get the people out. The soldier finally agrees with Gabby and they stop trying to dig out. READ MORE...

Chicago Fire Season 6 Episode 4 Review: A Breaking Point

Trouble just seems to find Gabby Dawson. I mean seriously, who just happens upon a parking garage collapse? As if Casey's impromptu promotion ceremony wasn't enough drama on Chicago Fire Season 6 Episode 4 , Gabby had to almost die, like, five times.   ...Read More... https://www.tvfanatic.com/2017/10/chicago-fire-season-6-episode-4-review-a-breaking-point/

Chicago Fire Recap 10/12/17: Season 6 Episode 3 “An Even Bigger Surprise”

Lt Kelly Severide (Taylor Kinney) is in the shower when Hope Jacquinot (Eloise Mumford) joins him. Stella Kidd (Miranda Rae Mayo) calls out for Kelly, saying it’s time to go to work when Hope comes out in just his shirt. He tells Stella to go ahead, he will meet her at the firehouse. Lt. Matt Casey (Jesse Spencer), Gabi Dawson (Monica Raymund) and Christopher Herrmann (David Eigenberg) walk towards the firehouse, learning Chief Boden (Wallace Eammon) won’t be in for the first part of the shift and the chief taking over is apparently a real bear. He berates the crews saying if they are not 15 minutes early for their shift, they are considered 15 minutes late. Chief Mullins says he has nothing but respect for Boden and is only there for ½ the shift, hands out assignments to everyone but stops as Severide and Casey exchange looks. Casey says it’s only half a shift and on Tuesdays they do the side compartments of the rigs. When Mullins learns who Casey is, he adds more and more work, dismissing them. READ MORE...

Chicago Fire Season 6 Episode 3 Review: An Even Bigger Surprise

Captain Casey has a nice ring to it, doesn't it? Butting heads with someone in charge other than Boden is becoming a recurring theme, but for once it had a different outcome. For the most part, Mullins was a jerk on Chicago Fire Season 6 Episode 3 , but thankfully he was able to recognize the risk Casey took to save a man's life.   ...Read More...   https://www.tvfanatic.com/2017/10/chicago-fire-season-6-episode-3-review-an-even-bigger-surprise/

Chicago Fire Season 6 Episode 2 Review: Ignite on Contact

The school fire case has been solved, and it honestly could not have been more obvious. Casey and Severideliterally only talked to two kids on Chicago Fire Season 6 Episode 2 , and we all know it's never the most suspicious one. It felt like they really were trying to make this an interesting case, but ultimately it just fell flat. First they wanted us to doubt Donna's instincts, but that was never going to happen. The only outcome that would have been more boring than this one would have been if the fire had been an accident.   ...Read More...   https://www.tvfanatic.com/2017/10/chicago-fire-season-6-episode-2-review-ignite-on-contact/

Chicago Fire Season 6 Episode 1 Review: It Wasn't Enough

Everybody made it out. I don't know if I should be glad about that or pissed that we were kept in suspense all summer. Chicago Fire Season 6 Episode 1 moved on quickly from the Chicago Fire Season 5 Episode 22 cliffhanger, with only Mouch'sheart attack as an ongoing reminder. Okay, so it's not like I'm really mad that all the characters are alive and well, with hardly a scar to show for it. I just despise the deus ex machina way so many of the dangling storylines were wrapped up. Or maybe cut off is a better term.   ...Read More...   https://www.tvfanatic.com/2017/09/chicago-fire-season-6-episode-1-review-it-wasnt-enough/

Chicago Fire Season Finale Review: Who Comes Out Of The Building?

When the tried and true works, don’t fix it. To close Season 5 of Chicago Fire, the show once again left the fate of most of its main characters in question. This time the horrible twist is that several members of Firehouse 51 made some difficult career choices before they walked onto the scene which could change the lives. The players on the Chicago Cubs team were on hand to assist 51 with what they needed, but only the 51 team members could walk into a burning building and risk more than a game. 51 rescues a kid trapped from a car accident with relative ease. Though he ends up in the hospital, all things considered, it could have been a lot worse. Herrmann hangs around long enough to see how much the kid has gone through, and the only thing he wishes for is to get a new stack of Chicago Cubs baseball cards to replace the ones he lost in the accident. I can’t believe Herrmann pulls it off, but he gets this boy to Wrigley Field to meet Kris Bryant, Jake Arrieta, and Mike Tirico! Talk about fireman being heroes. Herrmann feels good about himself, but no one else feels like a hero. READ MORE...

Chicago Fire Season 5 Finale Review: My Miracle

There's a lot that occurred in the first thirty-five minutes or so of Chicago Fire Season 5 Episode 22 , but after those last shots, I'm left wondering if any of it really matters. Gabby and Casey's spat, Joe's grudge against Mouch, Mouch's retirement plans...when we don't know who will make it out of the factory fire, those things just stop seeming so important. ...Read More...   https://www.tvfanatic.com/2017/05/chicago-fire-season-5-finale-review-my-miracle/

Chicago Fire Finale Recap: Holy Smokes

Nearly every member of the Chicago Fire crew found themselves inharms way inTuesdays Season 5 finale, which closed out with most of Firehouse 51 trapped in an inferno. If youre keeping count, Boden, Cruz, Dawson, Brett, Tony and Capp are the only folksnot inside the burning building. Otis and Kidd are pinned down in the [] //tvline.com/2017/05/16/chicago-fire-recap-season-5-finale-casey-dead-trapped/

Chicago Fire Season 5 Episode 21 Review: Sixty Days

Severide's still dealing with the fallout of losing Anna on Chicago Fire Season 5 Episode 21 , but that doesn't mean he's not working hard. Instead of going on a bender this time, it seems he's decided to take out his frustrations on newbie Jason Kannell. But is everybody tiptoeing around him really for the best? Kelly's at his best when he's taking care of somebody else's problem, so maybe Joe should have told him about his problems with the brass. For Kelly's sake. And for Kannell's.   ...Read More...   https://www.tvfanatic.com/2017/05/chicago-fire-season-5-episode-21-review-sixty-days/