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#319 : Carnage aux urgences

La Brigade intervient sur un incendie qui a causé des fuites toxiques dans une usine. le nombre de victimes intoxiqués est important, ce sont les pompiers eux mêmes qui vont les conduire à l'hôpital. Arrivés sur place un jeune terroriste se fait exploser avec une grenade en criant qu'il est porteur du virus Ebola. Kelly Severide qui a tenté de l'en empêcher va être gravement blessé...

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Titre VO
I Am the Apocalypse

Titre VF
Carnage aux urgences

Première diffusion
07.04.2015

Première diffusion en France
12.06.2016

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Chicago Fire 3x19 Promo "I Am the Apocalypse

Chicago Fire 3x19 Promo "I Am the Apocalypse

  

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France (inédit)
Dimanche 12.06.2016 à 20:50
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Etats-Unis (inédit)
Mardi 07.04.2015 à 22:00
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Ecrit : Dick Wolf, Matt Olmstead

Réalisé :  Joe Chappelle

Guests :  Yaya DaCosta (April Sexton), S. Epatha Merkerson (Sharon Goodwin), Laurie Holden (Dr. Hannah Tramble), Oliver Platt (Dr. Daniel Charles), Nick Gehlfuss (Dr. Will Halstead), Jesse Lee Soffer (Detective Jay Halstead), Patrick Flueger (Officer Adam Ruzek), Warren Christie (Scott Rice), Randy Flagler (Capp), Jon Seda (Detective Antonio Dawson), Emily Shaffer (Diane Claman), Karen Aldridge (Dr. Kendra), Lauren German (Leslie Shay)

Intervention

Boden: Gas leak?

Man: Yeah. We use anhydrous ammonia as a refrigerant. The line broke. You can't breathe in there. All employees are accounted for, but Scooter and Brad are trapped on the roof.

Boden: Main, gonna need a level one hazmat response. Casey, get your ladder up on the roof. Masks on.

Casey: You heard him. Let's go… We're about 8 feet short.

Severide: On it. Get the 10-foot down.

Cruz: Yeah.

Explosion

Severide: Hey, Casey! You all right?

Casey: I'm awake now.

Boden: Hey, an ammonia explosion like that produces very little fire. We are gonna wait for hazmat to breach, boys. It's too dangerous. Come on down.

Severide: Hey, Chief, we can get the workers on the roof. At least let us do that.

Boden: Okay. Two minutes.

Roof

Severide: Hey, we got to get off this roof.

Casey: Otis, Herrmann, come help us get them down.

Otis: Copy that.

Parking

Boden: Nearest ambo's five minutes out.

Mills: Chief, victims are in respiratory distress.

Severide: We can load two or three into the squad.

Casey: We'll head to Chicago Med and help offload.

Mills: Okay. Mills, call ahead. Tell them that their day is gonna be a whole hell of a lot busier.

Halstead’s apartment

Jay Halstead: Hey. Hi. Morning.

Melanie: Melanie.

Jay Halstead: Jay. Will's brother.

Melanie: It's nice to meet you.

Jay Halstead: Yeah… When do you have to be at work?

Will Halstead: Ten minutes ago?

Jay Halstead: It's your first day.

Will Halstead: Uh, first and last, as it turns out. Almond milk? You don't have any regular milk in here?

Jay Halstead: You're joking.

Will Halstead: No. I got to get back.

Jay Halstead: To what? I thought the partners kicked you out of the practice.

Will Halstead: They did, but... Now, this may come as a shock to you... There are other practices in New York City.

Jay Halstead: Hey, how 'bout, for once, you see something all the way through.

Will Halstead: Wow, you sound like the old man.

Jay Halstead: There it is. I mean, that is why you're blowing back out of town, right?

Will Halstead: What do you care?

Jay Halstead: Just give it a couple weeks. At least. You never know.

Will Halstead: I got to go.

Chicago Med: ER

Registrar: Oh, Lord, here it comes. Um, April? We have at least 30 inhalation victims minutes out.

April Sexton: Who've inhaled what? Chlorine? Skunk weed?

Registrar: Um...

April Sexton: Ask next time.

Registrar: Okay.

April Sexton: Have you seen Dr. Tramble? Or the new guy?

Registrar: No.

Break room

Will Halstead: When I took this job, I didn't know we did our own maintenance work.

Hannah Tramble: I have a theory. Goodwin likes broken appliances 'cause it means we have to spend more money at the vending machines.

Will Halstead: The great vending machine conspiracy. You could get published in JAMA with that… Nice work.

Hannah Tramble: Hannah.

Will Halstead: I know who you are, Dr. Tramble. Will Halstead.

Hannah Tramble: I am, by the way.

Will Halstead: What?

Hannah Tramble: Published.

April Sexton: Shared credit with three other doctors.

Will Halstead: Published is published, April.

April Sexton: We're about to get slammed.

ER

Mills: Anhydrous ammonia victims. 30 more coming.

Nurse 1: Put them in 3.

Casey: Where to?

Nurse 2: This one in 7.

Hannah Tramble: What's going on?

Sharon Goodwin: Industrial ammonia leak. 30 plus are on their way here, and we're already full up with flu patients.

Hannah Tramble: Round up as many O2 tanks as you can find.

Herrmann: Hey, can you help this guy?

Hannah Tramble: Sharon Goodwin, Dr. Will Halstead.

Sharon Goodwin: Yeah, yeah. We met at the interview.

Will Halstead: About that...

Sharon Goodwin: Yeah, I'm late for a meeting, Doctor. Enjoy your first day.

Will Halstead: That's what I wanted to talk to you... About.

Hannah Tramble: I'm gonna run over to urgent care, discharge as many as I can to free up the space. You start getting them sorted, and we'll go from worst to "I'm not gonna die today."

Severide: Kendra.

Kendra Perrington: Kelly.

Severide: Hope you guys ate a big breakfast.

Kendra Perrington: We're gonna have to start doubling up bays and separate the flu patients from the gas victims.

April Sexton: Okay. Everyone, may I have your attention please? Can I have your attention?

Severide: Listen up!

April Sexton: All right, we are going to have a very full day here. And I understand none of you feel well, but we're gonna need help from you as well as patience. If you're here because of the ammonia leak, I'm gonna need you on this side of the room when I say so. If you're here because of the flu or something non-life-threatening, I'm gonna... Sir, not yet, please. I need everyone...

Aleem Mahmoud: If you thought Ebola was a nightmare, I am the apocalypse! Death to all Americans. You're all dead in two weeks. Allahu akbar!

Explosion

Parking

Boden: Casey, what the hell happened?

ER

Casey: Dawson, you okay?

Dawson: Yeah, I'm okay.

Will Halstead: What'd he say? The bomber?

Casey: Something about being worse than Ebola.

Will Halstead: We need to lock down the ER. No one in or out. Now.

Casey: Herrmann.

Herrmann: Nobody leaves!

Parking

Casey: Chief, some guy just blew himself up. Said what he has is worse than Ebola.

Will Halstead: We need everyone brought back in that could be infected.

Boden: Lock it all down. No one in or out… Tony, Cruz, use the rigs. Block off the exits.

Mouch: Hey, hey, no one leaves! I need you back inside. No, no, no, no, no.

Cruz: Stay right there! Right there! Hey, stop. Nobody leaves.

Rice: Hey. Hey! I got him. I got him.

Cruz: Stop! Hold on. Hold on. Stop. Stop.

Rice: Hey!

Boden: Stop! I need you to turn around and go back inside.

ER

Casey: Otis, find the extinguishers and get on that ceiling fire. Mills, you and Brett okay?

Mills: All in one piece, Lieutenant. Look for injuries.

Herrmann: We don't know what it is, all right? If the doctor says we got to stay, we got to stay.

Casey: Hey, I'm sorry, but no one in or out until we know what we're dealing with. Come on.

Herrmann: You heard him, all right? Listen, please, just sit up against the wall and wait.

Will Halstead: Tell the firefighters they can start bringing the stragglers back inside, including the firemen, and don't let anyone out.

Herrmann: Got it.

Will Halstead: Hey. We need to set up a decontamination area. Any bathroom with a shower. Start getting people washed off.

Casey: Got it.

Herrmann: Hey, hey, over here! It's Severide!

Mills: Hey, Kelly! Kelly, you hear me?

Brett: It's a weak pulse.

Mills: Trauma to his back and chest. He's got shrapnel from the grenade.

Will Halstead: Let me see. No. Black tag him. He's gone.

Mills: What?

Will Halstead: The percentages are very low that he'll...

Mills: I don't give a damn about percentages.

Will Halstead: No problem. Grab a gurney.

Casey: Chief, Severide took a hit from the explosion. Just seems pretty bad. Doc wanted to black tag him.

Boden: Okay. Keep me in the loop.

 

Casey: One, two, three.

Will Halstead: Trauma bay four. Get him on oxygen and start cutting off the jacket, but wait to uncover the wound. I'll be right there.

Mills: All right.

Casey: Hey, you guys, I need the room. Come on, come on.

Will Halstead: Look at me right here. What's your name?

April Sexton: You know my name. I'm the one that helped you...

Will Halstead: I know that I know your name. I'm making sure that you know it.

April Sexton: April.

Will Halstead: All right. You might have a mild concussion, April. Can you sit here a moment till I can take a look at you?

April Sexton: Okay, April Layton Sexton, born November 22, 1982. My fifth grade teacher was Mrs. Nagel. My first pet was Bubbles.

Will Halstead: We're good.

April Sexton: Okay, good. I'm gonna go help people now.

Will Halstead: Okay.

 

Casey: Herrmann, there's another extinguisher by the doors.

Herrmann: You can't come in, lady. We got a situation.

Hannah Tramble: Open these doors. Hit the bricks.

Will Halstead: You can't come in.

Hannah Tramble: You need a surgeon in there.

Will Halstead: I'm a surgeon, and you need a hazmat suit.

Hannah Tramble: I'm gonna operate in a hazmat suit? Open this door, New York. Come on!

Will Halstead: Firefighter, trauma bay four. Do what you can.

Hannah Tramble: Got it.

Parking

Boden: Thank you, ladies and gentlemen, for stopping. Now I'm gonna ask you for your patience, okay? Excuse me, sir… Everyone who was inside when the grenade went off needs to go back inside the ER.

Daniel Charles: I, uh... I wasn't inside. I was... I was... Taking a nap. Did you say grenade?

Boden: Yes. We are containing the area. Can you go behind the designated area over there?

Daniel Charles: Chief... It's Chief, right? You see that gentleman right over there? With the... With the blood on his face? That expression? That's what we call a target stare. You know, the hands between his hips and his torso, leg cocked back at a 45-degree angle... That's a pretty surefire indication someone's about to get aggressive. I just thought I'd let you know. Lowe: This is unbelievable. They can't keep us here.

Boden: Please, sir.

Lowe: Yeah, who's in charge here?

Boden: I am. You need to go back inside.

Mouch: This way, sir.

Lowe: You can't do this! I got the right to leave.

Boden: We have a containment situation, sir.

Lowe: We got a terrorist attack here is what we got. And we don't know what's coming next. Now get the hell out of my way.

Boden: Hey.

Lowe: Look, you can't make us stay. You don't have the authority.

Boden: Authority is the one thing I do have. Now back inside.

Daniel Charles: You... You want to leave, man?

Lowe: Yeah, you're damn right I do.

Daniel Charles: That's 'cause you're scared, right? You're confused, right? You just want to take off.

Lowe: I'm not scared.

Daniel Charles: I am. I'm terrified, man. I wasn't even in there. I got to tell you, I got a lot of respect for the way you're handling yourself right now. I mean, frankly, as a fellow citizen, I'm proud of you. And you know that all these... These nice folks, they're looking to you to do the right thing, right?

Lowe: Am I gonna get to leave or not?

Daniel Charles: I wouldn't want to get everybody sick. You want to get everybody sick?

Lowe: Of course not.

Daniel Charles: Yeah, so... So you want to do the right thing. That's great. All I know is that if these men, they say that the best thing is for you to be inside, then that is... That's the best thing… All right, man.

Mouch: Okay, everybody back inside, please.

Boden: Thank you.

Daniel Charles: He's not done.

Boden: Who the hell are you?

Daniel Charles: I'm Dr. Charles, the head of psychiatry. I'll be around.

ER

Herrmann: Come on in, folks.

Kendra Perrington: Please have a seat against this wall. Thank you.

Will Halstead: Do we have an infectious disease specialist on the premises?

Registrar: Diane Claman.

Will Halstead: Good. Call her. Tell her to get down here right now, full hazmat. We got to know what we're dealing with.

Parking/ER

Jay Halstead: Tell me you're not in there.

Will Halstead: I am. Listen, the guy who blew himself up in here said he had something worse than Ebola.

Jay Halstead: What, like, he's spreading it with this?

Will Halstead: Yeah. Every single one of us in here has been in contact with him.

Jay Halstead: Who was he?

Will Halstead: No idea. Do us all a favour and find out, would you?

ER

Dawson: Doctor. His airway's clear. He's breathing. Circulation's good. His name's Jim.

Will Halstead: Can you hear me, Jim?

Jim: Yes.

Dawson: Is that... That's his rib, right?

Will Halstead: That's someone's ulna… His… Let's run an IV with antibiotics, and I need some gauze, tape, bandages, and a cast saw.

April Sexton: I'm on it.

Dawson: I'll help.

Jim: What? A saw? What are you doing?

Will Halstead: Jim, I'm gonna need you to remain as still as you can.

Trauma 4

Hannah Tramble: Damn it. His sats are dropping. Start bagging while I dress the wound. Check patient.

Shay: Kelly! That we promise to be there for each other always, no matter what.

Hannah Tramble: Check patient. We need to intubate. Now… Pushing 20 milligrams of etomidate.

Mills: Intubating. I can't find the cords.

Brett: Come on. You got this.

Hannah Tramble: Take a deep breath and pull straight up… Check patient.

Mills: All right. I got it.

Hannah Tramble: Check patient.

Brett: All right. He's stabilizing.

Hannah Tramble: Okay, listen to me. We got to get a chest tube in and make sure these other wounds didn't do more damage.

Brett: Whatever you say.

ER

Herrmann: Look at us, patching up people with Band-Aids while their insides might be throwing in the white towel.

Otis: Yeah, well, there's nothing we can do about it now.

Herrmann: Yeah.

Casey: We do our jobs. We help these people. Don't let the rest of it mess with your heads.

Herrmann: Yes, Lieutenant. You got it.

 

Jim: I want to know what's going on exactly.

Will Halstead: Fair enough. I'm not gonna remove the bone from your chest.

Jim: Why?

April Sexton: I also got 5 milligrams of Midazolam if you need it.

Will Halstead: Would you like a sedative, Jim?

Jim: I want this damn thing taken out.

Will Halstead: Believe it or not, you're fine for now. If I remove that from your chest, that's when you're gonna be in trouble. So I'm gonna cut down the bone so it doesn't move and damage your lung. And then we'll wrap it and secure it, and you're gonna keep calm until I can get you to an OR.

Jim: No. No, no. This came from the body of that lunatic.

Will Halstead: Do you want to live, Jim?

Jim: Yes.

Will Halstead: There you go.

Dawson: Hey, Jim. Look at me, okay? Right in the eyes… You're doing great, Jim. You're doing great.

Will Halstead: All right. Hey, you did great. Okay, here we go. Lean forward. There you go. We're almost done. There it is. Good job. Keep an eye on him?

Dawson: Yeah. Of course.

Will Halstead: Can you toss a sheet on that for me? Please?

Trauma 4

Hannah Tramble: No adhesion between the lung and chest wall.

ER

Mother: All right, calm down.

April Sexton: Hey, what's your name, sweetheart?

Ruby: Ruby.

April Sexton: Oh, that's a beautiful name. You know, I had an Aunt Ruby. She made these pancakes stuffed with blueberry jam. I still dream about them. She would make this special batter, some family recipe. Then she'd cook 'em up and then make a little cut in the side and inject the blueberry jam with a special straw.

Otis: Aw, God, this is the last one.

Crisis tent

Journalist: Again, we have word of an event...

Jay Halstead: I was just outside, sir. I'm telling you, that is not the case. There's still people in the street that need to be moved because we can't confirm or deny a damn thing right now.

Adam Ruzek: For now, but there's a fire in the ceiling that apparently needs controlling. Halstead's giving the Tower a boot in the ass as we speak, so we expect more support shortly.

Jay Halstead: More cruisers is exactly what I'm asking for, along with the bomb squad and the Joint Terrorist Task Force in case this guy wasn't working alone.

Adam Ruzek: CFD was able to contain the victims in the ER, but Ebola was mentioned. No one knows yet exactly what we're dealing with, Sarge.

ER

Herrmann: No lie, lady. That suit makes me nervous.

Diane Claman: Diane Claman.

Herrmann: I'm glad you're here, Diane. Well, I mean...

Diane Claman: Just show me where he did it.

 

Otis: Excuse me. What is it?

Casey: Electrical fire might be spreading. It's up above the sprinklers. This could get ugly real fast.

Otis: Well, we're out of fire extinguishers. We got nothing to fight a fire with.

Casey: I know. Grab that cart… Electrical system is burning. This place is gonna be filled with smoke in about five minutes.

Parking/ER

Casey: Chief? Situation here has just gone from bad to worse.

Boden: What is it, Casey?

Casey: Electrical fire in the ceiling. We're out of extinguishers.

Boden: Okay, gonna need to get some CO2 extinguishers inside.

Sharon Goodwin: Absolutely not, Wallace. Anyone who goes in there will be exposed to the contagion. That's not something I can authorize.

Boden: I understand that, Sharon, but I've got to give my men a fighting chance.

Rice: I'll do it.

Cruz: I'm in.

Mouch: Let's go.

Capp: I'll go in.

Tony: I'll go.

Sharon Goodwin: I can't fight that.

Boden: Rice. Cruz. Go.

ER

April Sexton: Let's go to the back of the room.

Rice: Room service.

Casey: This way. I want one ladder here under this vent. I want one ladder here. Rice, use that table on that side.

Rice: Got it.

Cruz: Herrmann!

Parking

Boden: Casey, how we doing with that fire?

Casey: Beating it down, Chief. Making some headway, I think.

Daniel Charles: If those poor people inside weren't panicked before...

ER

Herrmann: Rice!

Rice: Got it.

April Sexton: They're doing their jobs. The firefighters are on it.

Parking

Noor Mahmoud: Someone! Can someone help us please? Someone, please!

Ali Mahmoud: Please, please. You must let us in.

Sharon Goodwin: I'm sorry. We've had an accident here at the hospital, and we've quarantined off the ER.

Noor Mahmoud: Our son Aleem.

Ali Mahmoud: He left a note apologizing for not being honest with us, that he was going to the ER to finish his quest.

Sharon Goodwin: His quest?

Noor Mahmoud: Oh, God. Is he alive? Oh. Oh, no.

Officer: Ma'am?

Sharon Goodwin: It's all right, officers. Come in. Come in, please… I think the police may want to speak with you.

Ali Mahmoud: What did he do?

Sharon Goodwin: This way. Please.

ER

Otis: All clear.

Cruz: I think that's it, Lieutenant.

Rice: Fire's out. All clear!

Casey: Fire's out, Chief.

Boden: How's that smoke situation?

Casey: Hazy but manageable. Guess we're all in it now, huh?

Boden: How's Severide?

Casey: Still unconscious. We don't know.

Boden: Okay. You keep me posted.

Casey: Will do, Chief.

Crisis tent

Jay Halstead: Yeah.

Sharon Goodwin: Detective. The parents of...

Jay Halstead: Hi. Please have a seat… Is there anything you can tell us?

Ali Mahmoud: He was a smart boy. Always nice, helpful. This country has given our family so much. How could this have happened?

Jay Halstead: He claimed to be infected with something similar to Ebola.

Ali Mahmoud: From his work.

Jay Halstead: What do you mean, "from his work"?

Ali Mahmoud: He was working at BHO Labs. They study infectious diseases.

Sharon Goodwin: Good Lord.

Jay Halstead: We got to get somebody down there right now.

Adam Ruzek: I'm on it… Antonio, where you at?

Jay Halstead: What else can you tell me? Anything about who he might have been involved with, planned this with?

Trauma

Herrmann: You need anything, lady?

Diane Claman: A time machine?

Herrmann: You and me both. When will you know whether or not we're infected?

Diane Claman: I'm running simultaneous molecular profiles, cellular evals, and blood panels. Also trying to cross match the over 250 infectious diseases this guy might have been carrying.

Herrmann: Sounds like a needle in a haystack.

ER

Dawson: Who's this?

Jim: My son. Wayne.

Dawson: How old is he?

Jim: He's supposed to be 28, but he's going on 14.

Dawson: Well, he'll grow out of it.

Jim: I want to see my family.

Dawson: You're gonna see them again… Hey. Any news on Severide?

Trauma 4

Hannah Tramble: Oh, come on.

Mills: What is it?

Hannah Tramble: The shrapnel between his ribs. I can't... I can't get the angle to grip it.

I need rib spreaders. Go find me a thoracotomy tray.

ER

Casey: Hey, you guys are doing great. I'm working on getting some food and water in here. Okay?

Lowe: Hey, fireman. What's the latest?

Casey: Everyone's doing all they can.

Lowe: What the hell does that mean? No one is telling us anything!

Casey: Hey. You're not helping. So sit your ass down and quit being disruptive.

Dawson: Matt!

Lowe: I'm walking out of here.

Casey: You're gonna have to go through me.

Lowe: Aah!

April Sexton: 5 milligrams of Midazolam. He'll be out in a minute. All right, there you go. That's right. Close your eyes. Mm-hmm, take a little nap.

Casey: Thanks.

Brett: I need a thoracotomy tray.

Crisis tent/Lab

Jay Halstead: What do you got?

Antonio Dawson: Not good. We need to patch in your brother.

Trauma

Will Halstead: Mm-hmm. He was working with Marburg. He injected himself with it.

Herrmann: What's Marburg?

Diane Claman: It's a viral hemorrhagic fever. The Soviets developed it as a biological weapon. Ask them which strain of the Marburg virus.

Will Halstead: Yeah, which strain? Ravn.

Diane Claman: Okay.

Will Halstead: All right.

Diane Claman: Okay, so now I just have to see if he was past the incubation period and actually infectious.

Herrmann: And if he was past the incubation period?

Diane Claman: It means Aleem was a walking biological weapon.

Trauma 4

Brett: Here it is.

Hannah Tramble: I need another set of hands.

Mills: Tell me what to do.

Hannah Tramble: Okay, when I say so, turn this and spread it open slowly. Okay.

Mills: Okay?

Hannah Tramble: Now… All right, that's good… Oh, damn it. I lost it again.

Brett: Sats are dropping. 78%.

Hannah Tramble: Brett, I need you to take down the balloon on the ET tube and push it into his right mainstem.

Mills: But then it won't ventilate his left lung.

Hannah Tramble: Then I'm gonna cut the inferior pulmonary ligament and move his lung out of the way… Ready? Now… One more piece... Got it.

Brett: Arterial bleeder.

Hannah Tramble: The shrapnel hit the intercostal artery. Hold this.

Mills: All right.

Hannah Tramble: I need a suture.

Brett: Heart rate normalizing. Vitals are stable.

Will Halstead: I love being wrong.

Parking

Casey: Severide's stable, Chief.

ER

Diane Claman: Hey, you.

Herrmann: Christopher.

Diane Claman: I need some blood.

Herrmann: Okay. You good?

Parking

Daniel Charles: Aleem left a social media manifesto to a series of what I would call inflammatory websites. Now, he posted links to articles on Abu Ghraib, um, Paris shootings, Australia. Definitely wanted the world to know his footprints.

Adam Ruzek: So why the hospital? Why this?

Daniel Charles: Lone wolves crave spectacle. To quote one of his tweets, "I will turn where Americans go to be cured into a dying ground."

Adam Ruzek: Jeez.

Daniel Charles: He knew it would be newsworthy. He was right.

Trauma

Herrmann: What's this for?

Diane Claman: In about 30 seconds, we'll know if you're all gonna die.

ER

Hannah Tramble: What is it?

Herrmann: Not contagious.

Diane Claman: Influenza A tested positive, but the Marburg virus didn't have time to incubate. Whatever he had in his body died with him.

Will Halstead: Open up the ER.

Otis: On it.

Casey: Hey, Chief. All clear. Not contagious. We're opening up the ER.

ER

Will Halstead: All right, let's pull that out and get you home, partner. What do you say? There you go.

Jim: Thank you.

Break room

Will Halstead: Hannah?

Molly’s

Brett: When are you gonna hear about your placement?

Mills: I don't know. Soon, I've been told.

Brett: Well, I'm gonna miss you stinking up the front seat.

Mills: Well, that should explain your liberal use of that cheap perfume.

Woman: All right, Detectives.

Antonio Dawson: There's only one detective here.

Adam Ruzek: I'm a patrolman, but, you know, equally as important.

Woman: All right. Well, cheers. Nice to meet you.

We're in the same unit.

Woman: Uh-huh.

Adam Ruzek: Just a quick word.

Boden: Wanna take a moment and let you all get back to the fine cocktails that they serve here at Molly's.

Herrmann: Keep talking, Chief.

Boden: To the good people at Chicago Med. You made us proud today. And we are very grateful for the service that you do for us and for the city. It's not said enough.

Sharon Goodwin: Thank you, Chief. We want you all to know that every time those doors crash open, there are good people, strong people, people at the top of their game ready on the other side.

Boden: Hear, hear.

All: Hear, hear.

Casey’s bedroom

Dawson: This is... This is just a reaction to the stress of the day.

Casey: Absolutely.

Severide hospital’s room

April Sexton: You scared me.

Severide: I don't remember any of it.

April Sexton: Nothing?

Severide: Nothing.

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Mercredi 23 octobre à 20:00

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Chicago Fire, S08E05 (inédit)
Mercredi 23 octobre à 21:00

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Chicago Med, S05E06 (inédit)
Mercredi 30 octobre à 20:00

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Chicago Fire, S08E06 (inédit)
Mercredi 30 octobre à 21:00

Dernières audiences
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Chicago Fire, S08E03 (inédit)
Mercredi 9 octobre à 21:00
7.70m / 1.2% (18-49)

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Chicago Med, S05E03 (inédit)
Mercredi 9 octobre à 20:00
7.47m / 1.1% (18-49)

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Chicago Fire, S08E02 (inédit)
Mercredi 2 octobre à 21:00
7.64m / 1.1% (18-49)

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Chicago Med, S05E02 (inédit)
Mercredi 2 octobre à 20:00
7.67m / 1.1% (18-49)

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Chicago Fire, S08E01 (inédit)
Mercredi 25 septembre à 21:00
7.32m / 1.1% (18-49)

Logo de la chaîne NBC

Chicago Med, S05E01 (inédit)
Mercredi 25 septembre à 20:00
7.53m / 1.0% (18-49)

Toutes les audiences

Actualités
Cmed | Diffusion NBC - 5.04 : Infection, Part II - Crossover

Cmed | Diffusion NBC - 5.04 : Infection, Part II - Crossover
OneChicago Wednesday c'est aujourd'hui! C'st le grand crossover ce soir sur NBC, vous pourrez...

CF | Diffusion NBC - 8.04 : Infection, Part I - Crossover

CF | Diffusion NBC - 8.04 : Infection, Part I - Crossover
OneChicago Wednesday c'est aujourd'hui! C'st le grand crossover ce soir sur NBC, vous pourrez...

CF | Synopsis 8.06 : What Went Wrong

CF | Synopsis 8.06 : What Went Wrong
NBC vient de dévoiler le synopsis de l'épisode 8.06 : What Went Wrong de Chicago Fire. L'épisode...

Cmed | Synopsis 5.06 : It's All In The Family

Cmed | Synopsis 5.06 : It's All In The Family
NBC vient de dévoiler le synopsis de l'épisode 5.06 : It's All In The Family de Chicago...

CF | Synopsis 8.05 : Buckle Up

CF | Synopsis 8.05 : Buckle Up
NBC vient de dévoiler le synopsis de l'épisode 8.05 : Buckle Up de Chicago Fire. L'épisode 8.05 :...

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