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#411 : Avis de tornade

 

Une tornade menace la ville et Herrmann découvre qu'elle peut frapper près de chez eux. Chili et Brett arrivent à un point de non retour lorsque Chilli fait une erreur critique, laissant une victime en danger. Brett se retrouve obligée de faire un rapport à Boden sur l'incident et le comportement étrange de Chili ces derniers temps. Pendant ce temps, Otis demande de l'aide à Dawson pour régler ses problèmes avec les femmes. Severide de son côté va prêter main forte à l'agent Alex Ward de la Sécurité Intérieur concernant un incendie suspect. 

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Titre VO
The Path of Destruction

Titre VF
Avis de tornade

Première diffusion
19.01.2016

Première diffusion en France
16.04.2017

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France (inédit)
Dimanche 16.04.2017 à 21:40

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Etats-Unis (inédit)
Mardi 19.01.2016 à 22:00
8.16m / 1.8% (18-49)

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Ecrit : Sarah Kucserka & Veronica West

Réalisé : Dru Anne Carlson

Guests : Liza Bennett (Alex Ward), Randy Flagler (Capp), Robyn Coffin (Cindy Herrmann), Brian Tee (Ethan Choi), Jon Seda (Antonio Dawson), Ralph Rodriguez (Freddie Clemente), Anthony Ferraris (Tony), Maureen Mizener (Dawn Hicks), Lucas Jade Zumann (Lucas Hicks), David VonKampen (Lee Henry Herrmann), Lucas VonKampen (Lucas Herrmann), Barbara Zahora (Gail)

 

Cindy Herrmann’s car

Herrmann: All right.

Cindy Herrmann: You sure you're ready for this? Maybe you should give it a few more days.

Herrmann: Cindy. The doc said I'm ready. You were there.

Cindy Herrmann: I know. But Wallace told you to take as long as you need. You don't have to rush right back.

Herrmann: I'm not rushing back. I just... Want to feel like myself again. Come here... I love you.

Cindy Herrmann: Love you.

Firehouse: kitchen

Herrmann: Hey, guys! So I'm back. I passed my physical… It's no big deal. It's just... Not like I was on death's door... Aw, you guys. You didn't have to.

Dawson: Oh, please. I saw your face just now. Come here. I'm happy to have you home.

Herrmann: Good to be here.

Boden: You were missed. Welcome back, buddy.

Herrmann: Chief, it's good to be here.

Casey: Good to have you back, Herrmann.

Herrmann: Hey, thanks, Lieutenant. Hey.

Mouch: Buddy.

Herrmann: So, hey. When's your big day, buddy?

Mouch: Oh, well, we haven't exactly set a date yet. We don't want to rush into anything.

Herrmann: Yeah, of course, man. You're young. You got your whole life ahead of you. Why rush?

Mouch: I see your sense of humour’s still intact. That's too bad.

Cruz: Hey.

Herrmann: Hey!

Cruz: Look, I just, uh... I wanted to say I'm sorry again, you know, for what happened, and bringing Freddie here in the first place.

Herrmann: Listen, what I told you in the hospital, I meant it. You and me, we're good.

Cruz: Thanks.

Herrmann: All right.

Cruz: Oh, just so you know. I talked to Kot, and he's gonna push for the maximum sentence for Freddie, all right? He will not...

Herrmann: Yeah, okay, hey. Listen, Cindy, she's had me on decaf the last few weeks, so I'm gonna get myself a cup of the real stuff before it's gone.

Cruz: Uh, yeah! Yeah, yeah, okay. Hey, I'll let you know if anything else comes up.

Bullpen

Casey: What is it, Chief?

Boden’s office

Boden: I assume you two have heard about the weather down south?

Severide: Yeah, I got an aunt down in Carbondale. She said a tornado hit couple hours ago.

Boden: Well, I've just had an update from the district chief. They have no idea where the storm is headed, but the city's gonna be on tornado watch for the next 12 hours.

Casey: They think a tornado might hit here?

Boden: We have to be prepared, just in case. So make sure all tools are checked, fuel is topped off, batteries fully charged.

Severide: Yeah, we're on it.

Boden: Good.

Locker room

Chili: Hey.

Borelli: So. This is weird, right? Pretending like nothing ever happened between us?

Chili: It's not weird for me.

Borelli: Okay, well, I know this is gonna sound like a line, but I hope that we can still be friends.

Chili: Yeah, sure. Actually, no.

Borelli: What?

Chili: Why would I want to be friends with you? Just so you can feel better?

Borelli: That's not what I meant.

Chili: I can't believe that you actually broke up with me just because your lieutenant told you to. He just snaps his fingers and you do whatever he says, like a little puppy?

Borelli: All right. You said what you needed to say.

Chili: So the conversation is just over, then?

Borelli: Yeah. Yeah, it is.

Chili: You're not even worth it.

Brett: Uh, you left your radio in the common room.

Chili: Thanks.

Brett: Everything okay?

Borelli: Yeah. All good.

Boden: All personnel report to the common room immediately.

Common room

Journalist: Meteorologists and the National Weather Service is confirming that the tornado that touched down here at Naperville had sustained winds...

Brett: What's going on?

Severide: Another tornado. In Naperville.

Borelli: That's like 30 miles away.

Journalist: As you can see from these images, the surrounding community has been utterly devastated, and at least three people are confirmed dead so far. And we now have breaking word that the storm cell responsible for these deadly tornadoes is now headed directly for Chicago. The National Weather Service has upgraded the city from a tornado watch to a tornado warning. Conditions for severe weather have gone from favourable to imminent. Again, Chicago is now under a tornado warning. Residents are advised to seek shelter immediately.

Garage

Boden: Okay, everybody, gather round. As you've heard, we have a potential tornado on our hands. We're gonna take every precaution to keep safe.

Cruz: It's not even raining anymore, Chief.

Otis: Actually, there's this YouTube video of a tornado in Kansas; sunshine in the west, funnel clouds in the east. Pretty crazy, you guys.

Boden: Thank you, Otis. Orders are orders, people. No one leaves the house except on a call.

Mouch: Perfect. Jimmy's got his famous meat loaf on the menu.

Borelli: Actually, I didn't get a chance to pick up the groceries yet.

Mouch: Come on !

Boden: Okay, everybody stay on your toes. We have had weather before. This thing comes for us, we're gonna be ready. Dismissed.

 

Mouch: I'm gonna call Trudy, make sure she's okay.

Herrmann: Yeah.

 

Brett: Hey, Austin… Uh, yeah, we're fine. Just on lockdown till this thing passes. I know. Okay. Yeah, I'll talk to you later.

Otis: Whoa. Hey, you okay?

Brett: Yeah, yeah. I'm fine. I'm from Indiana, so been through my share of tornados.

Otis: Right.

Dormitory

Dawson: Looking good, Otis.

Otis: Am I? Did you know that Brett was still seeing that Austin guy?

Dawson: Ah, he's picked her up from the apartment a few times. I don't know what she sees in him… You're still hung up on her.

Otis: No, I'm not. That's just it. It's not even about Brett. Every girl does the same thing. I'm a nice guy. I got a good job. I can bench 200 pounds.

Dawson: Otis.

Otis: Okay, 150, regardless. Without fail, the girl always picks the other guy, always.

Dawson: So shake things up. Make a change.

Otis: You want to help?

Dawson: Huh?

Otis: Give me some advice. Tell me what I need to do to make women pick me. Come on, Dawson. You're my only female friend.

Dawson: On one condition.

Otis: Name it.

Dawson: What I say, goes. No back talk. And I hate whiners. Deal?

Otis: Yeah!

Locker room / Herrmann’s house

Herrmann: Yeah, take the kids down to the basement. Tell them that it's an indoor picnic, you know? They love that crap. You got bottled water?

Cindy Herrmann: Yes.

Herrmann: Supplies?

Cindy Herrmann: Yes.

Herrmann: Okay.

Cindy Herrmann: And if they figure out what's really going on?

Herrmann: Then you tell them everything's gonna be fine, because it is.

Cindy Herrmann: They'd rather hear it from you.

Herrmann: I'll be home in the morning, okay?

Cindy Herrmann: I love you.

Herrmann: I love you too… Hey, Lieutenant.

Casey: Herrmann. How you feeling?

Herrmann: Good as new.

Casey: It's awful soon to be back, after everything you went through.

Herrmann: Hey, listen, you know, this line of work, we face death every day. I'm not gonna let some little...

Casey: Stab wound?

Herrmann: I'm fine.

Main: Ambulance 61, woman collapsed, 121 South LaSalle Street.

Herrmann: All right.

Garage

Cruz: Be safe, ladies.

On the road

Chili: God, it's like everyone vanished. You know, I had this boyfriend in high school for, like, five minutes, and he was obsessed with zombie movies, like, Romero stuff. Scared the crap out of me; it was just the thought. You can just wake up one morning and the world as you know it is just... Over.

Restaurant

Brett: Hello? Fire department!

Cook: Back here!

Brett: Call for an ambulance?

Cook: Yeah. Come on.

Kitchen

Chili: Everybody back. Come on, give us some space.

Brett: How long has this been going on?

Cook: Uh, on and off for about ten minutes.

Chili: Was anybody with her, know her medical history, anything?

Cook: No, no, she was alone. The news said to take shelter, so we all just came back here.

Brett: All right, she doesn't have a medical alert bracelet, I'll start the IV, you drop the Valium.

Chili: Got it. All right, ready? Pushing.

Brett: She's not breathing. How much did you drop?

Chili: 10 milligrams.

Brett: Is this what you gave her?

Chili: Yes.

Brett: It's morphine… She's still not breathing. The morphine suppressed her respiratory drive. Chili… Pushing Narcan… Okay.

Chili: Respiration's up to 14; let's get her out of here before she starts seizing again.

Cook: Is she gonna be okay?

Brett: She'll be fine.

Restaurant

Brett: What the hell just happened?

Chili: I swear I grabbed the Valium. I always put it in the right place.

Brett: You check the label. You always check the label.

Chili: Relax. Everything turned out fine.

Firehouse: locker room

Dawson: Are you sure you're ready?

Otis: Let's do this! Good-bye, friend zone. Hello, end zone!

Dawson: That doesn't make any sense.

Otis: It's like a sports metaphor... For sex.

Dawson: That's why you're not getting any. Okay.

Otis: What's that?

Dawson: Little present for you. It's time for a clean start.

Otis: Hell, no. I'm not getting rid of my mustache.

Dawson: And that weird little thing on your lip.

Otis: Nope, no way. Not doing it.

Dawson: Oh, okay, well, then, I guess we're done here.

Otis: Wait, wait, wait. You can't just quit. I still need your help. Just not with this.

Dawson: This is exactly why you're in a rut, Otis. You can't even make one tiny superficial change.

Otis: How about a little trim on the sides?

Dawson: Okay. I've known you for seven years, Otis, and in all that time, you have never changed your look. Not once. It's your call, Friend Zone.

Otis: Ugh.

Garage

Severide: Cruz, you're up.

Cruz: Oh, uh, I'm up.

Dawson: Hey, is that the last bag of chips?

Capp: Um...

Severide: You can thank your boy Jimmy for that.

Borelli: What am I supposed to do, psychically predict when we're gonna be on lockdown?

Dawson: I swear, if we run out of food, I am eating you first.

Herrmann: All right, hey, knuckleheads. Let's triple-check these ladders and equipment and make sure everything's in order, all right? The storm's coming.

Cruz: Hey, Herrmann. I just got a message from Ruzek over at 21, and he said that Freddie is in no way gonna...

Herrmann: Listen, whatever you're gonna say, I don't want to hear it.

Cruz: I'm just trying to help.

Herrmann: I know you are, but I got to put this thing behind me, so whatever news you got, I don't care. And I never want to hear his name again, okay?

Cruz: Yeah.

Chicago Med

Nurse: Hey.

Chili: Hey. I have a restock request for Ambulance 61.

Nurse: Okay. Morphine. Patient's paperwork doesn't list that anywhere.

Brett: We, uh...

Chili: She was seizing in the ambulance ride over here, and I was reaching for the Valium and I accidentally knocked over the morphine and broke the seal. Why is everyone so suspicious around here?

Nurse: Be back with these in a minute.

Chili: Thanks.

Firehouse: radio station

Mouch: Wow. Tower duty, huh?

Borelli: Payback for running out of food. Firehouse 51. Candidate Jimmy Borrelli speaking. Can I help you? Yes, sir, we will be.

Casey: What was that?

Borelli: Tornado touched down in our district. West Lawn neighbourhood… What's wrong with him?

Casey: That's Herrmann's neighbourhood.

Borelli: Damaged structure. Must be the tornado.

Casey: Let's go.

Main: Truck 81, Squad 3, Ambulance 61, Engine 51. Damaged structure, 7439 South Whipple.

Street

Boden: Cruz, Severide, 360 that building for stability. See if we can get inside. The rest of you, sweep the area for survivors. Someone called 911.

 

Severide: Fire department, call out! Fire department, call out!

Woman: Hello? Is anyone here?

 

Herrmann: Fire department, call out!

 

Mouch: I need a paramedic!

Boden: Check his vitals. Make sure.

Chili: No good.

 

Lucas Hicks: Sir, sir, are you in charge? I called 911.

Casey: You did good, kid. Now let us do our job.

Lucas Hicks: My parents are in there. I came as quick as I could.

Casey: How'd you get here?

Lucas Hicks: My bike. I rode it from school.

Casey: Severide, any update? We going in?

Severide: Negative, Casey.

Lucas Hicks: My mother's in there, and she's pregnant.

Casey: Okay, okay, listen. We're gonna get everyone out. Okay? Thank you. Whoa, whoa, whoa! Hold on. Hold still… I need a medical assist!.. All right, what's your name?

Lucas Hicks: Lucas.

Casey: Okay, Lucas, you got to hold still for me, okay? Must've hit him in the storm. Broken window or something.

Chili: Hey, I'm Chili. What's your name?

Lucas Hicks: Lucas.

Casey: You have a piece of glass in your back. You're in shock... Your body's protecting you from the pain.

Lucas Hicks: I don't get it, I don't...

Casey: Hey. Hey, you made it through that storm to get here, yeah? You can handle this.

Brett: Kerlix and tape.

Chili: I got it, relax.

 

Severide: Chief! Doorways, window frames are all out of square. There's plaster, siding falling. There's no sign of anyone, but there's a basement downstairs. Probably took shelter in there. Building's too unstable to use the front door, but I did find another entrance back behind that.

Boden: You move it with your bare hands if you have to.

Severide: Okay.

 

Dawson: Chief!

Boden: Come on, squad, let's get that door open now. Jimmy, Otis, get that aerial in place.

Otis: Let's go.

Dawson: May be electrical. Severed wires. The whole house was ripped apart.

Boden: Let's just hope that the gas lines haven't been cut.

 

Severide: Hey, guys, give us a hand with this… On my count, ready? One, two, three! Push! One more! Okay, okay, good! Got it!

Herrmann: Okay, come on out, guys. You all right? All right. Walk nice and easy. Get out to the street. Watch your step.

Boden: Come on, folks. This way. Away from the structure.

Mouch: Get clear of that house, folks. Watch your step.

Woman: Where's my husband? I can't find my husband.

Mouch: There's more people down there, just hold on. I'm sure he's coming.

Woman: He wasn't with us! He went back for the dog.

Mouch: Okay, well, they got to be around here somewhere.

Woman: He was wearing a yellow raincoat.

Mouch: Ah... I'm not sure, ma'am.

Dawson: Guys, please step back over there.

 

Casey: Hey. You okay?

Herrmann: Yeah.

Casey: Hey. Whatever you're feeling right now, I want you to put that energy into this call. Nothing else exists.

Herrmann: Yes, sir.

 

Casey: All right, guys, let's move.

Lucas Hicks: I don't see my parents anywhere.

Casey: Okay, hold on.

Lucas Hicks: What if they're still in there?

Casey: Which one's their apartment?

Lucas Hicks: That one.

Casey: Okay. Guys, we got two possible victims in the apartment upstairs. This building's a collapse waiting to happen. I'm only taking one of you with me… Herrmann, let's do it.

House

Casey: Fire department! Call out! Let me see your face.

Herrmann: Crawl on out! Put your hand on it! Compress it! Crawl out! To the window!

Casey Two, three. Three.

Ladder

Herrmann: Nice and easy. There you go. There you go, yeah. Keep going, you got it. I'm with you. Go ahead. We got you.

Street

Lucas Hicks: Mom.

Dawn Hicks: Oh!

Casey: Careful.

Dawn Hicks: Lucas.

Herrmann: Hey. Check out the husband's head. It could be serious.

Brett: Okay.

Dawn Hicks: I'm so glad you're okay.

 

Casey: Nice work up there, Herrmann. You get ahold of Cindy?

Herrmann: Nah. Not yet.

Casey: Hey, guys, mount up. Let's take a ride. Herrmann's house. Turn on the siren… They're gonna be fine.

Herrmann: Yeah. Yeah.

Herrmann’s house

Herrmann: Hey, hey, hey. It's okay. All right, all right, all right.

Cindy Herrmann: Oh, I was so worried.

Herrmann: I know. Me too.

Cindy Herrmann: Annabelle flushed my damn phone down the toilet.

Herrmann: It's okay.

Cindy Herrmann: They said that thing touched down less than a mile from here.

Herrmann: Yeah.

Cindy Herrmann: Were you?

Herrmann: It's not good, but I'm okay… Hey, I'd better get back. You all right?

Street

Main: The National Weather Service has lifted the tornado warning.

Casey: Copy. Hey. City gave the all-clear. Warning's been lifted.

Mouch: All right.

Dawson: Some day.

Firehouse: garage

Otis: Hey.

Brett: Thanks.

Otis: Yeah. So... Big plans after shift?

Brett: Ah... Hot date with Netflix… You were right about that Austin guy.

Otis: Really?

Brett: Won't leave me alone. I told him I just wanted to be friends, and he keeps calling me.

Otis: Ah, so, you're not... You're not seeing him anymore?

Brett: He's a boy, not a man. Wasn't going anywhere. Some people are just incapable of change.

 

Severide: What happened isn't your fault.

Cruz: You think I don't know that? I wasn't the one with the damn knife, was I? I'm sorry, Lieutenant. You didn't deserve that.

Severide: No, forget it. This isn't about me... Or Herrmann. It's you I'm worried about.

Bullpen

Alex Ward: Excuse me. I'm looking for Wallace Boden.

Boden: You found him.

Alex Ward: Chief Boden, nice to meet you.

Boden: And you are?

Alex Ward: Alex Ward. Homeland Security.

Boden’s office

Boden: Come on in, shut the door. Kelly Severide. Agent Alex Ward.

Alex Ward: Department of Homeland Security. I was just asking your chief for some assistance on an ongoing investigation.

Severide: What kind of investigation?

Alex Ward: It's a domestic threat assess. We've been tracking a residence here in Chicago for some time, trying to gather enough evidence for a warrant.

Severide: What's that got to do with the CFD?

Alex Ward: The residence is less than a block from the apartment building you responded to today. I asked your chief if there was anyone who'd be willing to go down to the scene, see if there's any structural damage, a safety concern, anything that could get us inside the building, under the radar.

Severide: You want me to kick down a door, I'll kick down a door.

Dormitory

Dawson: Hey, where's Chili?

Brett: I wouldn't know.

Dawson: Everything okay between you two?

Brett: Yeah, yeah, sure… Why?

Dawson: 'Cause you were staring over her shoulder on that tornado call today.

Brett: You can't tell anyone else.

Dawson: Stays with me.

Laundry room

Dawson: Back when I first started, I had a kid with a severe asthma attack. I was so eager to help, I didn't even look at how much epi I drew up. I ended up pushing three times what he needed. I cried in my chief's office for half an hour afterwards. Confessed everything.

Brett: Was he okay?

Dawson: Yeah, yeah. I was the wreck. See, that's what scares me. Everybody makes mistakes. But if Chili doesn't take this seriously, she has bigger problems.

Brett: She's been erratic, emotional for weeks now. Maybe it's the Jimmy stuff, I don't know.

Dawson: You say anything to Boden yet?

Brett: No. Why?

Dawson: You two are out there on the streets alone. You don't think your partner has your back, you can't do your job.

Casey’s office

Herrmann: You got a second, Lieutenant?

Casey: Of course.

Herrmann: Funny thing about tornadoes, they just drop out of the sky, like some random act you got no control over.

Casey: A lot of things do that to us.

Herrmann: Yeah, they sure do. Hey, um... Thank you for today. Going into that home and pulling that family out, that's exactly what I needed.

Casey: Herrmann, you're the heart and soul of this house. Men here look up to you as much as any chief in the CFD. Don't ever forget that. No kid, no knife... Not even a tornado can take that away… None of us are the same when you're not you, Herrmann… Hey, go home.

Herrmann: All right.

Casey: Kiss your wife and kids.

Herrmann: Yeah, that's a great idea. Hey, uh, what did you come in here for?

Casey: Exactly what I got.

Herrmann: Good night, brother.

Locker room

Brett: Hey.

Chili: Oh, hey. Just one second… What's up?

Brett: Um, do you want to go get a sandwich? The tornado warning's been lifted, and Jimmy's making meatloaf.

Chili: No, I'm good.

Brett: Chili, I'm trying to talk to you.

Chili: About what?

Brett: That woman almost died today.

Chili: Yeah, but she didn't. It was over in, like, 30 seconds.

Brett: You put her life in danger, and then you lied about it.

Chili: It was a mistake, and we handled it.

Brett: I handled it. You froze.

Chili: Okay, if you want the credit, it's all yours. Hey, I'm going out tomorrow night with a couple of guys from River North. You want to come? One of them's kind of your type.

Brett: I'm good.

Chili: Okay. Your loss. Two-for-one margaritas, just saying.

Street

Severide: Sure you got the right place?

Alex Ward: We don't believe this was the primary residence. More likely used for storage.

Severide: For what?

Alex Ward: If what this guy's planning goes off, we're talking a lot more casualties than a tornado.

Severide: Fire Department. Anyone home?

Alex Ward: These hinges look bent to you? That window, it's sagging.

Severide: Makes this a public safety concern.

House

Severide: Hey. This panelling look off to you? This is fertilizer. It's the beginnings of a binary explosive device.

Alex Ward: You study bomb tech?

Severide: I know the basics.

Alex Ward: Hey, it's Alex. We're here at the residence.

Equipment room

Herrmann: What's up, Mouch?

Mouch: Eh, nothing much.

Herrmann: What's going on?

Mouch: I blew it today.

Herrmann: What do you mean?

Mouch: At the tornado call. This woman... She's looking for her husband, who I knew was dead. Just pretended I didn't know.

Herrmann: It's not your job...

Mouch: The hell it isn't. You know that. I know that.

Herrmann: Here's what I know. We see heartbreak every day. And we live our lives imperfectly as a result of that. You're a human being, Randy, and there is no shame in that.

Mouch: I should've told her.

Herrmann: Next time you will.

Garage

Cruz: Hey, Leon. It's your big bro. Just wanted to hear your voice, man, see how you're doing.

Herrmann: Hey, you guys. How you doing?

Cruz: Uh, anyway, call me. Crazy days around here, as usual.

Herrmann: All right. Come on. Let's go, get in the car. Hurry up.

Cruz: I love you, brother.

Chicago Med

Ethan Choi: Lieutenant. Need some help?

Casey: Yeah, I had a call earlier. Not supposed to do this, but...

Ethan Choi: Right. What's the name?

Casey: Lucas Hicks.

Ethan Choi: The kid got lucky. Glass was inches from the spine, missed the lungs. He's gonna be fine.

Casey: Okay. Good to hear.

Ethan Choi: Dad... Didn't make it, though. Subdural hematoma. Died in the OR. I'm sorry.

Casey: No, no. Thanks.

Ethan Choi: Sure.

Prison

Freddie Clemente: What's going on?

Cruz: I don't know. I don't even know why I'm here.

Freddie Clemente: Yeah, well, it's good to see a familiar face. You thought the old hood was hard; this place is just...

Cruz: Don't talk to me about the hood.

Freddie Clemente: What do you want?

Cruz: You and I are not the same… We're from the same streets, but that's it… I took a chance on you, Freddie. You know that? I brought you into that house. I vouched for you!

Freddie Clemente: Yeah, I know, man...

Cruz: I told Herrmann that you were a good kid! And now I'm the reason that he was in that hospital! I'm the reason!

Freddie Clemente: That's not what happened, man. I'm the sick one. I'm the one who messed up. All you ever tried to do was help me. All you ever tried to do was help me! You came for an apology, Joe... I'm give it to you. I'm sorry.

Severide’s car

Alex Ward: What you saw today...

Severide: I get it. Don't worry.

Alex Ward: Thanks for your help. You gave us a real advantage.

Severide: Hey, you need anything else, let me know.

Alex Ward: Thanks for the ride.

Molly’s

Borelli: You got this, buddy. 20 bucks says he bails.

Capp: I'll take that action.

 

Antonio Dawson: Guy was impaled by a stop sign? You didn't tell me that. That's messed up.

Dawson: Oh, yeah. Stuff hanging from the trees. It was surreal.

Antonio Dawson: Said on the news hundreds of people were displaced, putting them in shelters all over town.

 

All: Whoa!

Otis: Yeah?

Capp: Otis, yeah!

Otis: Aah!

Capp: Oh, my God, you look great! All grown up, yeah!

All: Whoo!

 

Antonio Dawson: You okay? You seem a little off.

Dawson: Uh... House drama. I'm worried about Chili. She's been acting erratic lately. I'm not sure how much longer Boden's gonna put up with it.

Antonio Dawson: Really? Think he'd cut her a little slack, after all she's been through.

Dawson: What's that mean?

Antonio Dawson: Jelly Bean. Chili's sister. They found her body a few weeks ago in a flop house in Kansas City.

Boden’s office

Brett: I'm... I'm not a rat.

Boden: You did the right thing.

Brett: Did I?

Boden: I'll take it from here.

Brett: I... I wasn't trying to get Chili in trouble. I just want to... I just want to help her.

Boden: Sometimes we have to bear the consequences of our actions to get the help we need.

Brett: And what are the consequences?

Boden: That'll be all, Brett.

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Chicago Med, S05E08 (inédit)
Mercredi 14 avril à 22:50

S05E09 (inédit) à 23:40

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S05E10 (inédit)
Jeudi 15 avril à 00:30

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Chicago Fire, S09E12 (inédit)
Mercredi 21 avril à 21:00

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Chicago Med, S05E11 (inédit)
Mercredi 21 avril à 22:50

S05E12 (inédit) à 23:35

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S05E14 (inédit)
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S05E15 (inédit) à 23:35

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S05E16 (inédit)
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Chicago Med, S06E15 (inédit)
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Chicago Fire, S09E11 (inédit)
Mercredi 7 avril à 21:00
6.65m / 0.8% (18-49)

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Chicago Med, S06E11 (inédit)
Mercredi 7 avril à 20:00
6.88m / 0.8% (18-49)

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Chicago Fire, S09E10 (inédit)
Mercredi 31 mars à 21:00
7.35m / 1.0% (18-49)

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Chicago Med, S06E10 (inédit)
Mercredi 31 mars à 20:00
7.24m / 0.9% (18-49)

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Chicago Fire, S09E09 (inédit)
Mercredi 17 mars à 21:00
7.48m / 0.9% (18-49)

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Chicago Med, S06E09 (inédit)
Mercredi 17 mars à 20:00
7.09m / 0.8% (18-49)

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