It has been reported that Taylor Kinney is taking a break from Chicago Fire, and the reason for Lieutenant Kelly Severide’s departure will be revealed in the episode airing on March 1.
In the previous episode’s final moments, he was seen at Molly’s with his wife, Lieutenant Stella Kidd (Miranda Rae Mayo). Yes, I did receive your Van Meter-related message. She inquired, “What’s going on?” and he produced his phone to demonstrate.
“Wow. “What are you going to do?” she pressed. Nothing came out of his mouth. Then what’s up with Van Meter (Tim Hopper)? Is there a link to OFI?
True, as it turns out: Van Meter explains to Boden (Eamonn Walker) when he drops by 51 very early on in “Damage Control,” he took his squad lieutenant out of action on a day’s notice because a slot opened up in the best arson investigation program.
When asked if this meant that he was considering a move to OFI, Van Meter reassured him that this was not the case. Yes, 51 will be overworked for a while, but the department as a whole will gain from his knowledge whenever he returns. Boden is aware, which is why he agrees.
EMS worker Sylvie Brett (Kara Killmer) sympathizes with Kidd, saying, “Long distance is never fun.” In the end, this is what caused the rift between Brett and Casey (Jesse Spencer). Yes, Kidd is seen on his own in the mornings before work, all by himself in the apartment.
Kidd assumes that Seager (Andy Allo), an OFI lieutenant, is looking for Severide and tells her that he is in Alabama when Seager (Andy Allo) visits 51 later. “Lucky bastard,” Seager says after learning the information.
She’s actually there to speak with Kidd about a fire that Unit 51 went to at a stable, where the manager tragically lost his life while trying to save the horses.
Many fear that animal rights activists would use the closure of the stable as a reason to end the mounted patrol officer program, as it served as an overflow location for the main boarding facility.
Carver (Jake Lockett), recognizing the space heater component as an immersion heater (used to prevent water from freezing), offers to assist OFI Lieutenant Seager in her inquiry after she and Kidd discover it in the stable.
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Sparks fly, and the next time we see them, they’re sharing his bed. (The manager’s nephew started the fire by placing hay on top of the heater without recognizing what he was doing.)
Blake Gallo (Alberto Rosende), a firefighter, is temporarily knocked down but otherwise unharmed in that blaze at the stable. Paramedic Violet Mikami (Hanako Greensmith) is still concerned, to the point where she requests that he be treated with a strong antibiotic ointment.
Violet is trying to help Gallo out, but Ritter (Daniel Kyri) thinks she’s being overly kind by applying ointment to his injury.
When Violet offers to check out some suggestions for brunch afterward, Gallo is the one who calls her on it. Despite his belief that this is all about Hawkins for her, he can’t help but see this as a reflection of his own feelings for her.
And while Cindy (Robyn Coffin) endures chemo, which is just as bad as the doctor had warned, Lieutenant Christopher Herrmann (David Eigenberg) is trying to keep his family together: “we’re doing fine,” he tells Ritter, but the kids are snapping at each other and trying to help out while missing class.
Having just told one of his children over the phone that feeling sick and dizzy is normal, he finally allows himself a chance to break down and cry. It’s Ritter who tracks him down and gives him a bear embrace.
So Herrmann goes home and breaks the news to his kids that their mother has cancer. The fact that it does exists is not something we can ignore.
Don’t be ashamed to talk about it or cry about it. There’s no point in bottling it up. This has to be released. Kenny exposes himself as the Clown Bob Bag that he is.
Brett also arranges to have Dylan (Christopher Allen) come to one of his hockey games by calling her up. It’s good to see her, and she brings Violet with her.
Brett and Dylan appear to be getting along again. such as when he gives her his hat and tells her she should come to his next game. When he inquires as to what changed, she tells him that she has become open to going in any direction with them.
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