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Chicago Fire Review: The Firehouse Starts to Crumble

The penultimate episode of Chicago Fire‘s fourth season was a display of certain things falling apart even as there seemed to be much progress. If it wasn’t true in the beginning of the hour, it certainly was by the end when a devastating call was responsible for the loss of a firefighter. Because this particular case was so personal, we’re left to wonder for next week’s finale if this week’s actions will be portrayed as an accident, or the most devastating choice a leader has. READ MORE...

Chicago Fire Season 4 Episode 22 Review: Where the Collapse Started

Tragedy strikes again on Chicago Fire Season 4 Episode 22 . Jimmy's brother was kind of a douche, but he still didn't deserve to have a building collapse on him. Jimmy is understandably upset right now and not thinking clearly, but here's hoping someone talks some sense into him before he runs head first at Boden.   Read More...   //www.tvfanatic.com/2016/05/chicago-fire-season-4-episode-22-review-where-the-collapse-start/

Chicago Fire Season 4 Episode 21 Review: Kind of a Crazy Idea

My goodness, Chicago Fire is killing us with cute little kids lately, aren't they? Louie was absolutely adorable, and it's hard to blame Dawson for wanting to take him home on Chicago Fire Season 4 Episode 21 . But, kids are not puppies, and the long process for fostering a child means Dawson and Louie are not meant to be. The whole situation really solidified just how much Casey cares for Dawson. He calmly listened to her with understanding when she asked him to be Louie's foster parents. His reasoning for not wanting to do it made total sense. As he said, just weeks ago she wasn't ready to get married. This is a huge step.   Read More...   //www.tvfanatic.com/2016/05/chicago-fire-season-4-episode-21-review-kind-of-a-crazy-idea/

Chicago Fire Season 4 Episode 20 Review: The Last One for Mom

Has everyone had a chance to wipe the tears from their eyes? Poor JJ lost his mom on Chicago Fire Season 4 Episode 20 ,and while I had a feeling that would happen, it didn't make it any less heartbreaking. Severide really does have the worst luck when it comes to women.  Read More... //www.tvfanatic.com/2016/04/chicago-fire-season-4-episode-20-review-the-last-one-for-mom/

Chicago Fire Review: Casey Makes a Dangerous Deal

When Lieutenant Matt Casey said he wanted to be an alderman for the people, he took that promise seriously. The way in which he has stood by his house for four seasons reflects in the way he stands by the people in his district. The latest episode of Chicago Fire, "I Will Be Walking", is no exception. It’s what you would expect from Casey, and it balances out the unexpected crisis another firefighter might soon be facing. Firehouse 51 gets a call where they find a teenager chained 50 feet in the air under the L tracks. The boy, Victor, is just a sweet high school senior about to graduate. Victor’s older brother was in a gang until he flipped and started working with the police. In retaliation, Victor’s safety is no longer in his hands. As Alderman, Casey feels it is his responsibility to intervene before the city is thrown into a full blown gang war. Boden reminds Casey he has an acquaintance who has pull with the gangs. The drawback is that there is always a price to be paid. Casey’s man arranges a sit-down with the gangs, but they refuse Casey’s deal. Victor refuses to let anyone scare him into missing his own graduation. Casey wracks his brain trying to think of a way to solve this as an alderman, but instead he does it as a man and a firefighter. All of Firehouse 51 stands tall as Casey walks Victor to his graduation. This act draws recognition not only to Victor, but to Casey as well. A political consultant approaches Casey about his future political career on the national stage. READ MORE...

Chicago Fire Season 4 Episode 19 Review: I Will Be Walking

Casey's term as alderman seemed to be getting off to a pretty rocky start. Making a deal wasn't working for him, but that didn't mean he was going to give up. Victor was one determined kid, and thanks to Casey and his firehouse family, we got one of the most heartwarming scenes ever on Chicago Fire Season 4 Episode 19 .   Read More...   //www.tvfanatic.com/2016/04/chicago-fire-season-4-episode-19-review-i-will-be-walking/

Chicago Fire Season 4 Episode 18 Review: On the Warpath

There was an awful lot going on in that one, wasn't there? On Chicago Fire Season 4 Episode 18 , we got a wedding, threats on someone's life, all kinds of relationship drama, and Casey's first vote. Normally we have an "A" and "B" plot, maybe a "C," but this one felt like it went half way down the alphabet.   Was there too much going on? Perhaps, but every minute was entertaining.   Read More...   //www.tvfanatic.com/2016/04/chicago-fire-season-4-episode-18-review-on-the-warpath/

Chicago Fire Season 4 Episode 17 Review: What Happened to Courtney

Can we elect Casey for President? It's exciting that he won his election for alderman on Chicago Fire Season 4 Episode 17 , but ending with the ominous "what now?" implies it won't be smooth sailing from here. Not that we ever thought it would be. This is a drama after all.   Read More...   //www.tvfanatic.com/2016/03/chicago-fire-season-4-episode-17-review-what-happened-to-courtne/

Chicago Fire Recap: Sylvie And Casey’s Moral Dilemmas

"Chicago Fire" Season 4 Episode 16 "Two Ts" aired last Tuesday, February 23, 2016 at 10:00 PM on NBC. In this episode, Sylvie Brett (Kara Kilmer) became emotionally attached to a young boy whom she and Jimmy Borelli (Steven R. McQueen) rescued; and Lieutenant Matthew "Matt" Casey (Jesse Spencer) began to wonder if he was truly cut out for politics. WARNING: This article will contain spoilers for "The Two Ts". The episode began with Lieutenant Matthew "Matt" Casey (Jesse Spencer) doing the rounds and meeting potential voters. However, things got a little sour after the current alderman, Alderman Becks, stole a potential voter from right under his nose. READ MORE...

Chicago Fire Review: The Right and the Wrong Kind of Trouble

I can’t think of what the T’s in this week’s episode title could possibly stand for other than Trouble and Trouble. While the guys try to find the right kind of trouble to send Mouch off to marital bliss, Casey only finds the dangerous kind on every corner (literally). Let’s recap what happened this week on Chicago Fire. After last week’s awkward encounter, we finally get the story of how Severide and new firefighter Kidd know each other. While he was training her Severide embarrassingly showed up on Kidd’s doorstep with a 12-pack of beer and some ideas. Nothing actually happened between them, and he had no idea that she was married at the time. Nothing may actually come of Kidd working closely with Severide now, but it is hilarious to watch Severide tip-toe around her. READ MORE...