Chicago Fire

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Season 10 episodes (22)

1 Mayday
Firehouse 51 deals with the aftermath of the capsized boat rescue. Gallo, Ritter and Violet discuss plans for a side gig.
2 Head Count
A video of Casey from the roof rescue goes viral. Mouch sets up a Little Free Library at Firehouse 51. Herrmann breaks protocol.
3 Counting Your Breaths
Griffin learns the truth about his father's death and reveals why he really came to visit Casey. Gallo, Ritter and Violet take steps to expand their microbrewery business.
4 The Right Thing
Kidd spreads her wings as a lieutenant. Chief Hawkins rides with Ambulance 61 to learn more about Brett. Casey takes a trip out of town. A Ritter date night turns into an emergency situation.
5 Two Hundred
In the show's milestone 200th episode, Casey makes a life-altering decision. Gallo, Ritter and Violet agree to an interview and photo shoot. Brett and Mouch launch the paramedicine program. Cruz comes closer to fatherhood.
6 Dead Zone
A major security breach in the city's computer networks forces Firehouse 51's senior leaders to take matters into their own hands. Severide gears up for an arson investigation.
7 Whom Shall I Fear?
Gallo clashes with the new lieutenant temporarily filling in for Casey. Severide closes in on a dangerous and deadly arsonist.
8 What Happened At Whiskey Point?
Severide and Herrmann clash over office space. Boden looks at Pelham's past as he considers making him permanent. Gallo's resentment of Pelham comes to a head. Brett and Ritter force Violet to confront her true feelings for Gallo.
9 Winterfest
Gallo, Violet and Ritter debut their microbrewery business at Winterfest. Brett prepares to present her paramedicine program to an oversight panel. Firehouse 51 gets in the holiday spirit.
10 Back with a Bang
Stella Kidd returns to Firehouse 51. The team must work together to put out a potassium fire in a tunnel. After that incident, Ritter begins to worry about a young cop who witnessed the fiery death of a truck driver.
11 Fog of War
On a call with Station 37, a firefighter is struck by a power line and decides to lash out after her injury. Brett is visited by Scott and Amelia. Violet gets a surprise envelope. The rest of 51 enters a contest.
12 Show of Force
Boden, Kidd and Severide work together to protect one of their own. At the Fire Academy, Herrmann meets an inspiring young man. Talk of the annual CFD Gala dominates the firehouse.
13 Fire Cop
Severide and Seager team up to investigate a fire at the home of a troubled young woman. Pelham moves into 51's rumored cursed office. Kylie assists Kidd with Girls on Fire.
14 An Officer with Grit
Chief Hawkins goes above and beyond to help Brett and Violet with a problem. Kidd pursues an open lieutenant position. A blast from the past asks Mouch and Herrmann for a favor.
15 The Missing Piece
Following an injury in the aftermath of an industrial fire, Severide and Seager work together to investigate an anonymous tip. Kidd searches for the right person to fill the open spot on Truck 81. A possible new recruit to 51 gets tested at a call.
16 Hot and Fast
Cruz forms a bond with a young immigrant boy he meets while fighting an apartment fire. Squad makes plans to prank the newest member of their team. Hawkins and Violet struggle to keep their relationship a secret.
17 Keep You Safe
Severide and Kidd work with CPD regarding a suspicious car wreck. Hawkins and Violet's relationship is in jeopardy. Chloe and Cruz adjust to a new family dynamic.
18 What's Inside You
Firehouse 51 must band together when one of their own is taken hostage.
19 Finish What You Started
Firehouse 51 tackles a fire caused by a dropped jet engine and one of their own is accused of a theft related to the incident. Kidd and Boden disapprove of Kylie's potential new love interest.
20 Halfway to the Moon
A family friend asks Herrmann for some advice on opening a bar. Tensions run high between Emma and Violet. Kidd struggles to keep her team together.
21 Last Chance
Mouch and Ritter work together to solve a murder mystery. Severide and Cruz tackle a food truck fire. Gallo goes to see Hawkins about Violet.
22 The Magnificent City of Chicago
The big wedding day arrives and Firehouse 51 welcomes Casey back to celebrate the joyous occasion. Emma's plans to replace Violet come to a shocking end.

About this show

No job is more stressful, dangerous or exhilarating than those of the Firefighters, Rescue Squad and Paramedics of Chicago Firehouse 51. These are the courageous men and women who forge headfirst into danger when everyone else is running the other way. But the enormous responsibilities of the job also take a personal toll. With big reputations and hefty egos, the pressure to perform and make split-second decisions is bound to put squad members at odds. When a tragedy claims one of their own, there's plenty of guilt and blame to go around. When it's "go-time" though, they put their differences aside and everything on the line for each other. From renowned Emmy-winning producer Dick Wolf.
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Scott R
October 8, 2014
After being a firefighter paramedic for 20 years... this show is a joke. It compares to rescue me, which I actually liked better. Its all about drama. And unless you have actually worked in a station for 24 hour shift this is just another soap opera... I watched the first season and laughed at the show. Ive been to a few Chicago Fire houses and those that would talk about it say its an embarrassment to the department as well as the fire service! Most of the comments I doubt are from firemen.. but buffs
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A Google user
April 26, 2013
It's a produced show... As a firefighter I can tell you it's not a very accurate depiction. They did try, and they have some pretty intence scenerios, but it's as far a cry from reality as any action film. But likely someone not in the field would enjoy the show better than I.
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Leo Somera
December 8, 2012
Since all shows are $2 no matter how good or bad, I'll rate with comments on the $2 worthiness. I'd watch more of this show on TV but I would not actively pay per episode. Liked the insight into the world of firefighters but the show lacked any special conflict that would pull me in to want to watch more. The guys are hot however.
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