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Quand un élève du secondaire devient une victime innocente d’un règlement de compte entre gang, le lieutenant Casey fait tout son possible pour résoudre le problème. Severide prête main forte au détective Holloway, qui travaille sur une enquête secrète et dangereuse, en veillant sur son fils de 9 ans à la caserne 51. Brett et Jimmy sont appelés pour aider une femme qui va flasher sur Jimmy. Pendant ce temps, Otis fait une découverte surprenante et inquiétante et Herrmann va faire un face à face avec Stella pour voir qui peut mieux faire fonctionner un bar.

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Titre VO
I Will Be Walking

Titre VF
Héros du quotidien

Première diffusion
19.04.2016

Première diffusion en France
14.05.2017

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Ecrit : Tiller Russell

Réalisé : Sanford Bookstaver

Guests : Miranda Rae Mayo (Stella Kidd), Jenny Mollen (Bianca Holloway), Brandon Jay McLaren (Danny Booker), Lauren Stamile (Susan Weller), Randy Flagler (Capp), Tyler Dean Flores (Victor Vazquez), Max Jenkins (J.J.), LaRoyce Hawkins (Kevin Atwater), Nick Gehlfuss (Will Halstead), Jon Seda (Antonio Dawson), Blanca Camacho (Patricia Vasquez), Rachel Sullivan (Brie), Anthony Ferraris (Tony), Zach Bundy (Johnny Hardt), Rafael Lopez (Tony), Daniel Armenta (Julio)

Firehouse: Locker room

Otis: Hm.

Cruz: Just put up a new one, Otis.

Otis: Are you out of your mind?

Cruz: Please don't tell me that you believe in all that craziness.

Otis: What I don't believe in, Joe, is tempting fate.

Herrmann: Johnny Ewing, Jr.

Otis: Huh?

Cruz: Excuse me?

Herrmann: What, y...Johnny Ewing, Jr. over at 118 fell through the roof, shattered his femur on the same day that somebody pulled his name tag off his locker. Don't monkey around with a man's mojo, Cruz.Ever.

Cruz: Oh, dude, what the hell happened to your back?

Otis: Oh, come on. You think I'm falling for that?

Cruz: No, seriously, dude, you have a bruise the size of a breadbasket.

Otis: Really?

Cruz: Yeah.

Otis: I didn't notice. I must haven't banged it on a call or something.

Kitchen

Dawson: Hey, have you noticed a drop in customers at Molly's lately?

Herrmann: No, why?

Dawson: We're down 8% from the same time last year.

Herrmann: Get out of here.

Kidd: Fact: 90% of bars go under because of poor management. You guys sure you know what you're doing over there?

Herrmann: Hey, fact.

Kidd: Hm?

Herrmann: I have spilt more beer than you've ever laid eyes on.

Kidd: Yeah, right. I ran the best pub in Milwaukee for 2 1/2 years. The best.

Herrmann: The best. Uh, guess what? Milwaukee ain't Chicago, doll.

Kidd: I will go toe-to-toe with any bar owner alive. You included, Herrmann.

Herrmann: Yeah?

Kidd: Yeah.

Herrmann: You think you can run a bar better than me, you got another thing coming.

Dawson: Guys! Guys! There's a simple way to settle this… The Bar Olympics.

Kidd: Okay.

Herrmann: You in?

Kidd: Yeah. See this? See this?

Herrmann: Yeah.

Kidd: That's $300. Put your money where your mouth is.

Herrmann: Oh, yeah?

Kidd: Mm-hmm.

Herrmann: Okay. All right, you see that? That's, um... Hey, Mouch, will you spot me? I'm covered.

Main: Truck 81, Ambulance 61, person in distress. Racine and Loomis.

Racine and Loomis

Casey: Somebody call the fire department?

Man: Over here. Under the L tracks, quick! Up there.

Victor Vazquez: Help me!

Casey: Herrmann, Mouch, 20-foot ladder!

Herrmann: Got it.

Casey: Kidd, Dawson, rope bag and webbing.

Kidd: Copy that.

Victor Vazquez: Help me, man.

Casey: All right, hold on, kid! We're coming… What's your name?

Victor Vazquez: Victor.

Casey: I'm Lieutenant Casey. We're gonna get you down, okay? Hey, Victor? He's going into shock!

Brett: Keep him conscious.

Casey: Hey! Stay with me, Victor!

Dawson: Herrmann. Webbing's coming up… Rope bag. Coming up.

Herrmann: Rope bag, Lieutenant.

Casey: Thank you… Oh!

Herrmann: Lieutenant!

Casey: Gah! Ah… I'm okay… Rope bag coming down. Take up the slack.

Mouch: Got it!

Casey: Let me cut your hands loose. It'll take the pressure off. He's all yours! Take him down!

Jimmy Borelli: All right, we got him!

Brett: Strong radial pulse.

Jimmy Borelli: Hey, you're gonna make it.

Casey: The hell was that? He's just a kid.

Outside the firehouse

Severide: How's it going?

Bianca Holloway: Still standing. You?

Severide: Same.

Bianca Holloway: Looking better than the last time I saw you. Though I am partial to a man with blood on his knuckles. Can I ask you a favour?

Severide: No sweat, what's up?

Bianca Holloway: Give my son a tour of 51?

Severide: Sure.

Bianca Holloway: It'd be a big help.

Severide: What's with the unmarked?

Bianca Holloway: Just some people I'm working with.

Severide: Everything okay?

Bianca Holloway: Yeah… This is Lieutenant Severide.

Severide: What's up, bud? What's your name?

J.J.: J.J.

Severide: J.J., I'm Kelly. Nice to meet you.

J.J.: Nice to meet you too.

Bianca Holloway: Okay. I'll be back soon, 'kay?

J.J.: Bye, Mom.

Bianca Holloway: Thanks.

Severide: Hey, I got you covered. Want to sit inside the squad?

J.J.: Hey, who's this? What's your name? Who's a good girl? Who's a good girl?

Firehouse: hallway

Patricia Vasquez: Excuse me, sir?

Casey: Yes. May I help you?

Patricia Vasquez: You're Matthew Casey, the alderman?

Casey: I am.

Patricia Vasquez: So you just sit back and allow these things in your ward?

Casey: I'm sorry, and you are?

Patricia Vasquez: Patricia Vasquez. You pulled my grandson Victor down from the L tracks.

Casey: Yeah. How is he?

Patricia Vasquez: He's in the ICU.

Casey: I'm sorry.

Patricia Vasquez: He's a good kid. On the honour roll every semester since his father died. He's got nothing to do with gangs.

Casey: Was that who did this to him?

Patricia Vasquez: They're turning our neighbourhood into a war zone. My baby doesn't deserve that.

Casey: No. He doesn't.

Patricia Vasquez: He's graduating in three days. Been waiting his whole life for this. But I'm afraid the next time he walks down that block, they might kill him. What are you gonna do about that?

Boden’s office

Boden: Thanks for coming down.

Kevin Atwater: Anytime, Chief.

Boden: Casey. You know Kevin, right?

Casey: Yeah.

Boden: I've asked him to come down, help us with this Victor Vasquez situation.

Casey: How's it looking?

Kevin Atwater: Well, I checked in with gang unit, and apparently Victor's older brother used to run with the 18th Street gangsters, until he got jammed up, started working with us. And naturally, he hasn't made too many friends since then.

Casey: What's that got to do with Victor?

Kevin Atwater: His brother's cooperation with the cops has placed the bill in his lap that he's paying for now.

Casey: And the police are going after whoever did this?

Kevin Atwater: Definitely. Definitely looking into it. These kind of things just take time.

Casey: What am I supposed to tell Victor?

Kevin Atwater: My advice is that you just tell him to park it. Just chill till things cool down, and be on the safe side.

Chicago Med: ICU

Casey: Hey. How you doing, Victor?

Victor Vazquez: It only hurts when I breathe.

Casey: They're saying you'll be out in time to get your diploma.

Victor Vazquez: Grandma told you?

Casey: In no uncertain terms.

Victor Vazquez: She has a way of getting a point across.

Casey: Anyway, if you want, I'd be happy to drive you.

Victor Vazquez: Thanks, man, but... I'll get there on my own two feet.

Casey: Given what happened, um... I'm not sure that's a great idea.

Victor Vazquez: Look. I'm not getting bullied. If they want to stop me, then they'll have to kill me first.

Firehouse: kitchen

Dawson: The rules are simple. Two contestants, ten events, winner takes all.

Herrmann: Who's the judge?

Dawson: I am. And all decisions are final.

Kidd: I can live with that.

Dawson: Good. First up… Otis.

Otis: Sorry.

Dawson: Uh-huh. Beverage trivia.

Kidd: Oh.

Herrmann: Who goes first? Do you...

Kidd: Uh, roshambo you for it.

Herrmann: Yeah?

Kidd: Yeah. Ready?

Herrmann: Yeah.

Kidd & Herrmann: Ro! Sham! Bo!

Herrmann: Poop!

Kidd: All right.

Herrmann: Got it. All right, uh... "Grapes and Grains" for 100.

Dawson: This distilled spirit is made from a type of grain closely related to barley.

Herrmann: What is rye?

Dawson: Correct!

Otis: I like that, Herrmann.

Herrmann: "Grapes and Grains" for 200.

Dawson: This wine originated in France, but is now most commonly associated with Argentina.

Herrmann: Oh, what is M... Malbec? Oh, yeah... Okay, all right. Okay, I will take, uh, "Grapes and Grains" for 300.

Mouch: It's our Daily Double.

Dawson: Filtering this distilled spirit through sugar maple charcoal distinguishes it from its cousin.

Herrmann: Ooh. Um, what is... Tennessee whiskey?

Kidd: Oh!

Herrmann: Oh, oh! Suck it! Boom. Boom, boom.

Garage

J.J.: Hey, pal.

Cruz: Hey, J.J. Check out the spreaders, huh?

J.J.: Cool.Hey, Pouch, hey.

Cruz: Uh, his mom is due back when, now?

Severide: Hour and a half ago. Well, he's not gonna be a firefighter.

Cruz: Maybe a dog trainer.

Severide: You got a dog at home?

J.J.: My mom won't let me. She got bit when she was a kid, so she's not really into them.

Severide: When I was a kid, my old man told me he never wanted me to be a firefighter 'cause he knew how dangerous the job was. Day I made squad, never saw Dad so proud… Sometimes parents don't know what they want till they've got it.

J.J.: Yeah.

Boden’s office

Casey: This is Chicago, not Kandahar, Chief. Kids shouldn't have to live like this.

Boden: What about that community leader? The one that brokered the deal to keep the drugs away from the school?

Casey: Booker?

Boden: Kept up his end of the bargain, right?

Casey: The police cameras came down, and they stopped dealing on the corners.

Boden: So maybe you could do it again.

Main: Ambulance 61, person down from unknown causes. 1550 Michigan Avenue.

1550 Michigan Avenue

Jimmy Borelli: All right, what do we got?

Caretaker: Tenant's sister called me in a panic. Uh, they were on the phone, she heard a thud, and the line went dead.

Brett: How long ago was that?

Caretaker: Maybe 15 minutes. She called me. I called 911. There, okay.

Apartment

Brett: Fire department!

Jimmy Borelli: Hello! Turn her over.

Brett: Okay… I got a pulse, but her respirations are only 10.

Jimmy Borelli: Hold on… Hydrocodone.

Brett: All right, she's ODing. Get an IV in. I'll hit her with Narcan… Pushing 0.4.

Jimmy Borelli: It shouldn't take this long, should it?

Brett: She's burning up with a fever. Her skin is dry. It's got to be something else.

Jimmy Borelli: Ah... Looks like some sort of abdominal surgery.

Brett: All right, she might be septic from infection. Give her a fluid bolus.

Jimmy Borelli: Come on. Hey, can you hear me?

Brie: Where am I?

Jimmy Borelli: You're at home.

Brie: Who are you?

Jimmy Borelli: I'm Jimmy Borrelli, paramedic.

Brie: Am I dreaming?

Jimmy Borelli: Uh, no.

Brett: Ma'am, did you recently have surgery?

Brie: I had a tummy tuck. Oh, my God. I am so sorry. Oh, my God, you came in here and you saw me like this.

Jimmy Borelli: Hey, we're gonna get you to Chicago Med, all right?

Firehouse: hallway

Bianca Holloway: Sorry I'm late. He okay?

Severide: Yeah, you?

Bianca Holloway: Yeah.

Severide: J.J. was hungry... Made him a sandwich.

Bianca Holloway: Thanks. Took longer than I thought it would.

Severide: Something you want to let me in on?

Bianca Holloway: State's attorney won't let me… Hi, Buster.

J.J.: Hey.

Bianca Holloway: Hey.

J.J.: Can we get a dog, Mom? Please?

Bianca Holloway: Well, if he's anything like this one, we might be open for business. Come on, let's go. Okay.

Severide: See ya, bud.

J.J.: Bye. See ya, Pouch.

Bianca Holloway: Call me after shift, we'll get a drink. I'll tell you what I can.

Severide: Okay.

Bianca Holloway: Thanks again.

Garage

Otis: Hey, Sylvie. Hey, could you, uh, do me a favour?

Brett: Sure.

Otis: Could you look at something for me? It's probably nothing, but...

Brett: Yeah.

Otis: Okay. Here.

Brett: Oh, wow. Yeah. Did you bang it on something during a call?

Otis: That's the thing, I've been racking my brain, and I... I definitely didn't.

Brett: Huh.

Otis: There's, um... And there's also this.

Brett: Yeah, you should definitely get that looked at.

Otis: Oh, my God, are you saying I have cancer?

Brett: No, Otis, I'm not saying you have cancer. I'm saying... Get a doctor to look at it so you don't give yourself an ulcer. You need me to drive you?

Otis: No, I'm good. I'm Russian.

Brett: What does that mean?

Otis: I... I don't know, I'm just nervous… Just do me a favour and don't tell anybody, okay? Thanks.

Molly’s

Dawson: Herrmann's up first.

Herrmann: All right. What we got there is a Pinot Grigio.

Dawson: Mer! Negative!

Herrmann: Get out of here!

Kidd: All right. All right, all right.

Dawson: Go ahead, Stella.

Kidd: All right. Chenin blanc.

Dawson: Advantage, Kidd!

Kidd: Yes!

Herrmann: You stink!

Kidd: Whoo-hoo-hoo!

Dawson: And now, for the win.

Herrmann: Okay.

Kidd: All right… It's not Sauvignon Blanc, but it's close… Verdejo.

Dawson: Boo-yah!

Kidd: Way to go, girl!

Cruz: Yeah!

Kidd: Yes! What can I say? I got a magic tongue.

Mouch: Oh...

Kidd: Don't say it. Don't.

 

Antonio Dawson: Hey, what's up?

Severide: Hey, you seen, um... Holloway at the district?

Antonio Dawson: No, why?

Severide: Well, she was supposed to meet me here almost an hour ago.

Antonio Dawson: Well, I can't imagine she's got a lot of time for anything outside of prepping for the Biasso case.

Severide: Didn't know about it.

Antonio Dawson: Couple years back, she worked this undercover narcotics case. It's a crew of Mexican nationals, brutally violent, connected to El Chapo himself. Two street lieutenants got popped, but the main guy fled. Last week, local boys picked him up on a fugitive warrant. State's attorney's calling her in to testify.

Severide: Oof.

Antonio Dawson: Yeah. I gotta run.

Severide: Yeah, thanks.

Antonio Dawson: Be safe.

Chicago Med: ER

Will Halstead: All right. All right, yeah. That's it.

Otis: Hey, Doc.

Will Halstead: Hey, right in there. Got to go. Bye.

Otis: Hey, uh, even though this is technically an informal visit, it's still totally confidential, right?

Will Halstead: Yeah. Take your shirt off, Brian.

Otis: Okay… It's, uh... Not sore to the touch. I... I'm feeling great lately. Never better, really.

Will Halstead: You have a similar contusion on your hip? Is that correct?

Otis: Yeah. Same thing. It's not sore at all. I'm assuming that's a good thing.

Will Halstead: Any night sweats lately?

Otis: No.

Will Halstead: Excessive fatigue?

Otis: Mm-mm.

Will Halstead: Okay. You can get dressed. I'm gonna have you go sign in, and we'll draw some blood to rule a few things out, okay?

Otis: This is a shot in the dark, but, uh... I was online, and I read that easy bruising is a sign of leukemia. Is that true?

Will Halstead: Hey, let's not get ahead of ourselves.

Otis: Yeah. It's cool. Just be honest with me.

Will Halstead: Can be. Yes.

Street

Danny Booker: Congratulations on the win, alderman.

Casey: Thanks.Appreciate you making this sit-down happen.

Danny Booker: Worked well for both of us last time, right?

Casey: They're in the car?

Danny Booker: These cats are shot callers for 18th Street. They ain't got a lot of love for people who help the police. Step lightly.

Car

Danny Booker: Tony, Julio. Alderman Matt Casey.

Tony: Appreciate y'all hearing him out.

Casey: The reason that I ran for alderman is folks were tired of hearing half truths from politicians who didn't give a damn about this ward. I do. Victor's older brother, he did what he did. I can't change that. But Victor's not his brother's keeper. Let him out of the house so he can walk around the neighbourhood. You do that, I'm good for a favour.

Firehouse: kitchen

Kidd: Know what I got my eyes on? Pair of mukluks. Know how much they cost? $299.

Herrmann: Yeah, that's funny, because I already got a $300 easy clean deep fryer on order.

Kidd: Mm-hmm.

Dawson: All right, people. It's a dead heat. Whoever wins the last one walks away the champ. Places, please!

Brett: Ooh!

Dawson: Fastest mai tai wins. You ready, Mouch? Marks! Set! Go! And we're off! Here we go, here we go, she's rounding the bend, rounding the bend, she's blowing it up. Pouring the liquor in. We're concerned about rum. Here we go, some more on Herrmann's side, and he's up by one, two, three seconds ahead of Kidd. Here we go. Kidd is running around behind. Still neck and neck. Here we go. Herrmann is still coming in for the first, Kidd in the second. Or it could be Kidd in the first and Herrmann in the second. Who knows? What do we know? He's getting close! Nobody knows. Shake it like a salt shaker. Here we go; Herrmann putting down the bottle and last, a rim with an orange.

Kidd: Wait a second.

Herrmann: Done! What is this? Christmas?

Kidd: What... This is simple syrup. Not Orgeat. You need Orgeat to make a mai tai. You cannot make a mai tai without Orgeat.

Dawson: Ladies and gentlemen, the winner is Stella Kidd.

Kidd: Yes, baby! Whoo! Whoo! Yes!

Hallway / Chicago Med

Otis: Hello?

Will Halstead: Brian. Will Halsted.

Otis: Oh, hey, Doc. Everything okay?

Will Halstead: I went to check on your blood work, and there's no record of you signing in.

Otis: Oh, yeah. Yeah, you know, I, uh... I didn't have time that day, so...

Will Halstead: This isn't the sort of thing you wait around on. You know the risk. You need to get this done as soon as you can.

Main: Ambulance 61. Person down from unknown causes. 1550 Michigan Avenue.

Otis: Yeah. Okay. Thanks.

1550 Michigan Avenue

Jimmy Borelli: Is it Groundhog Day, or am I having a flashback?

Brett: Nope. Same place.

Apartment

Jimmy Borelli: Fire department. Someone call for a paramedic?

Brie: In here.

Brett: Ugh. Perfume.

Jimmy Borelli: You okay, ma'am?

Brie: I'm feeling faint.

Brett: Yeah, I think you're gonna be just fine, ma'am.

Brie: I'm really embarrassed about what happened last time.

Jimmy Borelli: No, don't be… 120 over 80. You're as healthy as can be.

Brie: Really?

Jimmy Borelli: Yup.

Brie: Am I looking better?

Jimmy Borelli: Yeah, you look radiant… Nah, I'm okay.

Brie: Please.

Jimmy Borelli: Thank you.

Brett: Uh... Don't mind me, ma'am. I'll just start documenting a refusal.

Ambulance 61

Jimmy Borelli: Not sure I'd classify that as a major medical emergency.

Brett: Did she feel your face again?

Jimmy Borelli: No.

Brett: Did she feel any part of your body?

Jimmy Borelli: No, she didn't.

Chicago Med

Danny Booker: It's not gonna happen.

Casey: What are you talking about?

Danny Booker: Couple guys from their crew got rolled up by cops. They think...

Casey: You said they were on board.

Danny Booker: It went sideways. What do you want me to tell you? That kid needs to stay locked down at his place.

Casey: Thanks for trying.

Danny Booker: Mm.

 

Casey: Hey. How you doing?

Patricia Vasquez: Taking him home.

Casey: How's the arm?

Victor Vasquez: Won't keep me from walking.

Casey: Yeah, uh, listen. I know we talked about it, but... You can't walk there, Victor. It's too dangerous.

Victor Vasquez: We live here, you know? This is our home.

Casey: Yeah, I appreciate what you're saying. I really do...

Victor Vasquez: Mr. Casey, my dad... God rest his soul, but he used to always say, "Whenever you're afraid of something, you go right at it, or it'll control you for the rest of your life." So I will be walking to my graduation.

Firehouse: garage

Severide: Where's your mom at?

J.J.: She said to stay here with you till she got back. She was upset. I could tell.

Severide: Well, I'm sure it's no big deal.

J.J.: I think it has something to do with her work.

Severide: Uh, I tell you what. I'll check in with her to make sure everything's all right, but I'm telling you, it's cool.

J.J.: You think?

Severide: Yeah. Come on. Let's get something to eat.

Main: Truck 81, squad three, ambulance 61, structure fire. 1800 block.

Severide: You know where the fridge is?

J.J.: Yeah.

Severide: Okay, we'll be back in a bit, all right? And, hey, J.J. Everything is gonna be cool.

J.J.: Mm-hmm.

1800 block

Boden: Hey! Tell me what happened.

Witness: The still just blew up out of nowhere, sounded like a mortar round.

Boden: Your men, are they accounted for?

Witness: No, there's two missing. There was one in a real bad shape.

Boden: And the other one?

Witness: Distillery operator. He never came out.

Boden: Okay, Brett, Jimmy. You're triage. Engine, let a hose line out. Truck, Squad, search and rescue. There are two missing.

Casey: Sev, take the west side. We'll take the east.

Severide: Hey, guys, extinguishers and stokes, let's move it.

Casey: 81, silver bullets. Kidd, bring the sked.

Kidd: Copy that.

Boden: Let's go, let's go, let's go!

Building

Casey: Fire department, call out! Fire department, call out! Herrmann! Got anything?

Herrmann: Nothing so far, Lieutenant! Over there! He's down here!

Casey: Kidd! Bring the sked over here!

Kidd: Copy that!

Casey: How is he?

Herrmann: I got a pulse, but he's bleeding out fast!

Casey: Get him out of here!

Street

Boden: Talk to me, Casey.

Casey: We got one victim, critical condition! Bringing him out now!

Building

Otis: This whole place is like a bomb ready to explode!

Dawson: Hey! Hey, you!

Otis: Hey, he's deaf from the blast!

Dawson: Hey, Chief, we found our second victim! His arm's caught in a machine! We're gonna need a small airbag!

Street

Boden: Message received. Severide.

Building

Severide: Hey, Dawson, we'll be there in 2 minutes! Set off your PASS device so we can find you!

 

Otis: Hey! I found the power switch!

Dawson: Don't!

Otis: What the hell was that?

Dawson: Some machines, they finish their cycle when you cut the power! That would tear his arm off before we got him free!

Cruz: Over here, I got him!

Dawson: Come on! We got to hurry! This whole place is gonna blow!

Severide: Hey, Cruz! Throw a wedge in that gap! Nobody touch the power switch, this could be a full-cycle machine! Hang on, bud, we'll get you out!

Capp: Airbag's ready to go!

Severide: Raise it up! Nice and slow!

Cruz: We're good!

Dawson: You can turn the power off now!

Otis: Thanks!

Boden’s office

Jimmy Borelli: Gunny said you wanted to see us?

Boden: Come on in, sit down. How's it working out between you two?

Brett: Uh, all good.

Boden: What about you, Jimmy? How you liking being a paramedic?

Jimmy Borelli: Love it.

Boden: Good. Apparently, you two have made some fans out there… Says on the card that you are welcome for tea anytime. You care to clarify that?

Jimmy Borelli: Yeah, we treated the patient. Um, she poured some tea. I drank it.

Brett: I was documenting a refusal anyway.

Jimmy Borelli: It wasn't like a big delay or anything.

Boden: But there was a delay.

Jimmy Borelli: I was there 5 minutes, tops.

Boden: You go on a call, you treat the victim, and then you leave… Am I making myself clear?

Jimmy Borelli: Yes, sir.

Boden: Good.

Jimmy Borelli: I was just trying to give her a little dignity back.

Boden: Hang on a sec… Fair point.

Garage

J.J.: Whoa! Ready? Up!

Severide: Hey, J.J., run and grab Pouch another treat, would you?

J.J.: Yeah. Come on, Pouch.

 

Severide: Buddy at the district told me about the case. You okay?

Bianca Holloway: Surveillance team picked up something on a wire. Threats were made. I... I didn't want to freak J.J. out, so I brought him here.

Severide: No, no problem.

Bianca Holloway: Thank you. In a couple days, this will hopefully all be over.

Severide: Well... Drop him off anytime, and anything else you need, you let me know. Okay?

Bianca Holloway: Thank you.

J.J.: You okay?

Bianca Holloway: Yeah… I love you.

J.J.: Love you, too, Mom.

Locker room

Herrmann: All right, already, I'm getting you your money. Don't crowd me.

Kidd: Keep it. Let me manage Molly's for you instead. Okay? I promise you will not regret it. I will start on base salary. You guys do group tips or individual?

Herrmann: Individual.

Kidd: Great. All the better. Look. I will get your percentages back up. I got great vendors to bring to the table. This could really work out… Or you could pay me $300.

Dawson: Herrmann. You thinking what I'm thinking? You get an employee and $300. I mean, she's basically paying you for the job. Talk about a win-win, right?

Herrmann: Yeah. Wait a minute. Tell me you two weren't in cahoots on this. Pulling some kind of reverse psychology thing on me?

Dawson: Herrmann, come on. No way.

Boden’s office

Casey: He can't walk out of his own house.

Boden: Look at the alternative.

Casey: Kid has a very determined look in his eye, which I respect, but I... I'm also worried about.

Boden: With good cause.

Casey: Know what? I've been trying to solve this as an alderman. Instead, I'm gonna handle it as a man.

Boden: How?

Casey: I'll walk him to his graduation… Yeah.

Street

Patricia Vasquez: Alderman Casey.

Casey: Call me Matt.

Patricia Vasquez: He's not listening to me.

House

Casey: Hey. You going?

Victor Vasquez: Yeah.

Casey: I'll go with you.

Victor Vasquez: I don't need a babysitter.

Casey: Yeah, I know you don't. But I'm walking with you.

Victor Vasquez: I'll get my cap and gown.

Street

Boden: Ready when you are, Lieutenant.

Casey: Chief Boden once told me, "A hero's not somebody who's unafraid. It's the guy who's scared to death and does what's right anyway."

Victor Vasquez: Thanks, Mr. Casey.

Molly’s

Brett: So?

Otis: Hey.

Brett: What did Halsted have to say?

Otis: Got my blood drawn that day. Clean bill of health.

Brett: That's great.

Otis: Yeah. Isn't it? See you around.

 

Susan Weller: Thanks. Excuse me. Is Matt Casey in?

Dawson: Uh, yeah. He's right over there.

Susan Weller: Thanks… Alderman Casey.

Casey: Yeah, uh... Matt's fine.

Susan Weller: Susan Weller, political consultant. I work with some of the biggest names in the party, and not just in Chicago.

Casey: Okay.

Susan Weller: When I saw the YouTube video of you walking the kid to school, I knew you were the real deal.

Casey: Yeah, his name is Victor Vasquez. And he's a hero, not me.

Susan Weller: I think you've got a national future ahead of you, and I'd be happy to help shape it.

Casey: Okay.

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