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#503 : Coup de semonce

Casey fait appel à Susan Weller pour l'aider sur une question personnelle urgente. Severide reçoit une offre pour voyager luxueusement avec le riche businessman Travis Brenner et Stella utilise toutes ses ressources pour aider un enfant de la rue qu'elle a secouru lors de l'incendie d'un tunnel.

Pendant ce temps, Otis et Herrmann discutent de leurs préoccupations sur le manque de  clients au Molly.


4.13 - 8 votes

Titre VO
Scorched Earth

Titre VF
Coup de semonce

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Scénario : Sarah Kucserka et Veronica West
Réalisé : Joe Chapelle

Guests :  Lauren Stamile (Susan Weller), Jon Seda (Antonio Dawson), S. Epatha Merkerson (Sharon Goodwin),  Marlyne Barrett (Maggie), Scott Elrod (Travis Brenner), Randy Flagler (Harrold Capp), DuShon Brown (Connie), Carl Weathers (Mark Jefferies), Joshua De Jesus (Chris), Anthony Ferraris (Tony), Jess Thigpen (Teri Martin), Aiden/Austin Cohen (Louie), Charles Dunlap (Kendrick)


Casey and Dawson’s apartment

Dawson: This is crazy. Who cares how it looks? He's in the right place. No, no... Don't tell me the decision is final. I'm not gonna let this happen, Tina.

Casey: What's going on?

Dawson: Louie, honey, go finish your cereal.

Casey: Go on, Louie. It's okay. Go on. What?

Dawson: That was Tina from DCFS. She said they're gonna take Louie away.

Casey: What?

Dawson: Some reporter's been digging around, asking how I got approved so quickly, implying that you pulled strings. And now they got cold feet, and they're gonna put Louie with another family to avoid an appearance of impropriety. Matt, you told me you were gonna handle Dearing.

Casey: I ducked a couple of his calls.

Dawson: Matt!

Casey: Gabby! One of my men was badly hurt. I... Dearing was not my priority. If I knew he had such a hair trigger, I wouldn't have done it.

Dawson: I'm gonna call in sick... Rain some hell down on DCFS.

Casey: You're not gonna solve anything by going to war with a government agency.

Dawson: They're vetting a new family right now!

Casey: Politics got us into this mess. Only politics can get us out.

Dawson: Matt...

Casey: Gabby, I'll fix this. I promise.

Travis Brenner’s house

Travis Brenner: Hey. The, uh, brunette, Lizzie, left her number. Said to make sure you get it.

Severide: Uh, thanks for the hospitality, man.

Travis Brenner: No, no. Hold... Hold on. Take this. It'll help. Trust me. Kale and mango.

Severide: How often do you have these parties?

Travis Brenner: Often. It's my job. Not as exciting as yours, but, uh, it has its perks.

Severide: Yeah, I can see that.

Travis Brenner: You know, I got a feeling we share a lot of the same goals... You know, work hard, play hard, have fun... Don't get tied down. Sound about right?

Severide: Guess so. Thanks again, Travis. That was fun.

Travis Brenner: Yeah, yeah. Hold up. I got something that may be interesting for you. Vodka company out of LA is getting ready to send me on a PR tour... Club appearances all over the world... Buenos Aires, Dubai, St. Tropez... You in?

Severide: Travis, I don't know anything about PR.

Travis Brenner: Yeah. You know how to have a good time.

Severide: I'll think about it.

Travis Brenner: We leave in three days.

51 kitchen

Boden: Okay, if I could just have everyone's attention for a minute.

Kidd: Spend the night in a blender?

Severide: Something like that.

Boden: I just got a few quick announcements… Um... On behalf of Jimmy and his family, I'd like to thank everyone for their donations to the Borrelli fund.

Cruz: How's he doing, Chief?

Boden: They're transferring him to a long term care facility today… Rough road ahead… That's it. Thanks.

Herrmann: Chief's beating himself up.

Dawson: My parents said they could take Louie to their place. Could buy us some time if DCFS decides to move fast.

Casey: I made a couple calls... People who might be able to help.

Radio: Truck 81, Ambulance 61. Engine 51. Fire investigation, 650 North Milwaukee Avenue.

650 North Milwaukee Avenue

Casey: Everybody move back. Move back.

Kidd: Is it a sewer fire?

Casey: Old steam tunnels... Abandoned for years. Let's get the hoses ready.

Firefighter: Copy that. Moving into position.

Mouch: There are people down there!

Casey: Herrmann, set the Halligan. One, two, three… It's on.

Mouch: Good, go.

Casey: Got it?


Casey: Fire department! Everybody out! Let's go! Get 'em up the ladder. Hey! Hey! Hey! Leave it, leave it. Come on, let's go.

Kidd: Hey! Come on, we got to go. Right this way. Hey, come on.

Girl: One of them went that way. I told him... You can't get out down there!

Kidd: I'll get him. You got to go. Go… Fire department! Hey. Hey, we got to get you out of here. Come on. We'll get you out of here. Come on.

Chris: My backpack!

Kidd: Leave it. Come on! Go. I got a kid down here! Smoke inhalation! Down here! Help! I got a kid down here! Smoke inhalation! Hey, we're down here! Hey, down here!


Casey: It's locked. Herrmann, chain... Now… Back her up. Easy does it… Hurry up with that ladder! Let's go!.. Come on, Herrmann.

Kidd: What's your name, hon? Oh, how do you spell that?

Chris: Chris. My name is Chris.

Kidd: Dawson, this is my buddy, Chris. He's got a little snoot full of smoke.

Dawson: Hey, Chris. Take a seat. Let me grab you some oxygen.

Kidd: You almost got us both killed back there, you know that?

Dawson: Hold this. Deep breaths. Deep breaths. All right, be right back.

Kidd: So where's home?

Chris: Mil... Milwaukee.

Kidd: Yeah, I had a feeling. All the best people are from Milwaukee… Hey, smile, man. You're alive.

Chris: Thank you.

Casey: Hey! Overhaul! Let's go.

Kidd: Hey, I'll be right back… Where'd he go? Chris... Smoke inhalation.

Brett: He must have bailed.

Casey: Eighty-one, mount up. I'm on it.


Casey: Susan, thanks for coming on such short notice.

Susan Weller: Are you kidding? Crisis mode is my resting position. Okay, I've already gotten into it. The reporter who's sniffing around is Teri Martin, from the "Sun-Times." That's good news. I know her.

Casey: Can you get her to back off?

Susan Weller: She just wants a story. Maybe I can find her a better one.

Casey: And it's not too late? Gabby says DCFS has already made up their mind.

Susan Weller: Matt, this is the part where you relax and let me do what I do. I know the stakes here are high for you and Gabby, but I think I see a way out of it, and I'm gonna put all my resources on it until it's fixed.


Brett: So, your brother... Does he go out of town a lot, or...

Dawson: What?

Brett: Antonio. Probably works undercover a bunch, too. Goes incommunicado?

Dawson: Uh... Uh, no. Not often.

Brett: Oh. Okay.


Susan Weller: Hang in there. I'll be in touch.

Casey: Thanks. And obviously, I'm not expecting you to work on this for free, so...

Susan Weller: Matt, let's focus on Louie right now.


Dawson: So your plan is Susan?

Casey: It's what she does. She puts the genie back in the bottle. She's already moving on it. Says she thinks she can get it done.

Dawson: I hope she's right.

Casey: Yeah, me too.


Otis: Hey, what's all that?

Kidd: Uh, just the kid from the fire. Found it in overhaul.

Otis: You took it from the scene?

Kidd: Yeah, just thought maybe I could get it back to him.

Otis: Oh! That's a great series. "Love and Rockets." Wow! Read every issue back in high school.

Kidd: Hm.

Otis: Man. Hard to imagine somebody letting their kid end up in a tunnel, huh?

Kidd: Yeah.


Connie: Lieutenant, your furlough was approved.

Severide: Thank you, Connie.

Cruz: Furlough, huh? Where you going?

Severide: Eh, Brenner invited me on a trip. South America, France... Be gone about a month.

Cruz: Aw!

Kidd: Long trip.

Otis: Yo, I've seen the way this guy likes to travel. We're talking all expenses paid around the world... Yacht-hopping extravaganzas.

Cruz: Wait, who's gonna run Squad while you're gone?

Severide: Chief's bringing in someone from Squad Four.

Otis: Yeah, there isn't another spot on this private jet, is there?

Severide: I can ask.

Otis: Really?

Severide: No. Who's up?

Meeting room

Brett: I was thinking we should add another character to the book.

Mouch: Did you know that six of the ten best-selling romance novels involve BBW's in love with shape-shifting men who turn into tigers or bears?

Brett: BBW's?

Mouch: Big Beautiful Women.

Brett: Huh. What do you think about a... A new love interest for Brandy?

Mouch: I like it. Can he turn into a bear or a tiger?

Brett: Uh, I was thinking more... He's a cop. A detective.

Mouch: Does he shape-shift at all?

Brett: No. He's tough with a sweetness underneath. And they completely connect. She's sure he's going to call, and then he never does.

Mouch: Because he's undergoing some kind of transformation.

Brett: No, because he's a man. That's what men do.

Kidd: Hey, do you got a sec?

Brett: Yeah, sure.

Mouch: I'll go finish my research on SCBA's... And BBW's.

Kidd: Hey, uh, any idea what these are?

Brett: It's an antiviral for Hep C patients. Where'd you get this?

Kidd: That kid at the call earlier.

Brett: That's pretty common among that population.

Kidd: So not something you would use to get high?

Brett: No, no. In fact, it's not gonna do much of anything on its own. It's part of a course of treatment.

Kidd: Well, these were the only pills in his bag.

Brett: That kid needs to get proper treatment, or it's gonna get pretty serious... Liver failure or worse.

Radio: Ambulance 61, cardiac arrest.

Brett: Sorry.

Radio: 5901 East Division Street.

5901 East Division Street

Dawson: Cardiac arrest. I'll grab the monitor.

Brett: When are middle-aged men gonna realize they can't play ball like they used to?

Dawson: Hey, you guys called 911?

Boy: My brother... I think he had a heart attack!

Brett: Hey. Oh ... You're doing great. Where'd you learn that?

Boy: In health class.

Dawson: He's in V-fib.

Brett: All right, buddy, I'm gonna have you stop for a second.

Dawson: Charging. Clear.

Brett: Asystole. I'll get an IV.

Mother: Marcus!

Boy: Mom!

Mother: My God, what happened?

Dawson: Hey, I think I just felt something pop.

Brett: Probably just his rib.

Dawson: I'm not... I'm not so sure.

Brett: I'll intubate… His trachea's deviated.

Dawson: It's a pneumothorax. I popped his lung.

Mother: You're hurting my son! Get off him!

Brett: No, his lung deflated during CPR. It's very common. It's not as bad as it sounds.

Mother: You don't know what you're doing!

Dawson: Hey!

Mother: I want someone else!

Dawson: Hey, hey, look!

Mother: Call another ambulance!

Dawson: Look! Look at your son! Look at him! If you don't let me do my job, he's gonna die. You hear me? I'm gonna straighten the trachea. You get the tube ready.

Brett: Stop. I see the cord… I'm in.

Dawson: Pushing epi… Come on, come on, come on, come on. You've got this, buddy. You can do this. You can do this. I have a pulse.

Brett: His pupils are responsive.

Dawson: We got him.

51 garage

Dawson: Anything from Susan?

Casey: Not yet.

Dawson: Okay, well, let her know that if there's anything that we can do...

Casey: She knows.

Dawson: Good.

Intelligence office

Kidd: I... I appreciate you taking the time, Antonio.

Antonio Dawson: Hey, I'm always happy to help out 51. You and Gabby have a good group there: Herrmann, Cruz, Brett... How's she doing, Brett? Brett?

Kidd: She's, uh... She's great.

Antonio Dawson: Good. Yeah. So... Where'd you meet this kid you're asking about?

Kidd: Uh, I... On a call. Homeless encampment caught fire… I think he's sick. If he doesn't get the care he needs, I mean, things could take a pretty bad turn.

Antonio Dawson: Hmm. You don't know him?

Kidd: No, not personally. But... I've known kids like him.

Antonio Dawson: You got a name?

Connie’s office

Connie: Lieutenant Casey is out of the house at the moment, but if you want to leave word...

Teri Martin: I've already left word. Does the alderman usually duck questions from reporters?

Casey: You looking for me?

Teri Martin: Matt Casey. Hi, I'm Teri Martin with the "Chicago Sun-Times."

Casey: I don't conduct city council business while I'm on duty at 51.

Teri Martin: I just need a minute or two of your time.

Casey: I need to ask you to direct your questions to Susan Weller.

Teri Martin: Susan?

Casey: Yeah.

Teri Martin: Of course. She's been hounding me all day, but I thought you'd rather like the chance to personally explain how you abused your power at the department of child...

Casey: Ms. Martin, I'm on duty. Call Susan.


Otis: My man.

Severide: What's this?

Otis: Helping you pack. One for you, one for your pal Brenner. Hey, you guys show up on his Instagram wearing those, it would do wonders for the bar. Don't forget the hashtag "Molly's," all right?

Severide: All right. If you want a favour, ask him yourself.

Otis: Oh, come on. You can't do this one thing? Come on. All right. Forget about us little people. Enjoy your trip.


Dawson: Seriously?

Casey: She'll be here. Just seems like a bad sign that she didn't... She didn't say anything specific in the message.

Susan Weller: We did it.

Dawson: We did it?

Susan Weller: Louie's not going anywhere.

Casey: Ah.

Dawson: Thank God.

Casey: How? How did you pull it off?

Susan Weller: I convinced our reporter friend there's no "there" there. Plus I distracted her with the names of some aldermen who may or may not be violating campaign finance rules... Hopefully not any friends of yours.

Casey: Either way.

Dawson: And DCFS is satisfied?

Susan Weller: I spoke directly to Bill Harvey.

Casey: And what about Dearing? How do we know he won't try to use it in the future?

Susan Weller: I had a conversation with Alderman Dearing. We have reached an understanding.

Casey: That sounds...

Susan Weller: Better if you don't know the details.

Dawson: Susan, I can't... I cannot thank you enough.

Casey: Yeah. Really.

Susan Weller: No thanks necessary. This is what I do, though it would've been easier to handle up front. Why didn't you call me the minute Dearing threatened you?

Casey: Well, lesson learned. I won't make that mistake again.

Dawson: I'm dying to get home and see Louie.

Casey: Yeah, of course. Let's do it.

Susan Weller: Actually, Matt, maybe you and I should talk business... Clarify all the players in this, make sure it never happens again, et cetera.

Casey: Uh, yeah. Good idea.

Susan Weller: I am so happy for you guys and so glad I could be of help.

Dawson: Yeah, um, thank you again… I'll see you at home.

Casey: This won't take long.

Dawson: No worries.


Herrmann: So we've been a little slow lately.

Otis: Yeah, a lot slow.

Herrmann: I just said that, Otis. My point is, I got a plan.

Otis: The good times are free? What a bargain. You know, desperate advertising like this is the kiss of death. Don't you watch "Bar Rescue"? Come on, man.


Kidd: But I talked to a few programs for homeless teens. They said they'll take him... Even help out with the medical situation, as long as Antonio can find him.

Brett: I... I bet he will.

Kidd: Yeah. He asked how you're doing, by the way.

Brett: Really?

Kidd: Really.

Brett: Hmm.


Otis: Whoa. Travis Brenner. Hey, man. The legend himself. Brian. Nice to meet you.

Travis Brenner: Hey, man. Good to see you.

Otis: Thanks for coming by. Yeah, I was just telling Herrmann about your latest tweet.

Severide: Otis.

Otis: Uh, yeah, sorry about the crowd, man. We, um... We usually don't get hot until midnight.

Severide: Thanks for doing this.

Travis Brenner: Happy to. There's something great about a good neighbourhood bar.

Severide: Tell me about Buenos Aires.

Casey and Dawson’s apartment

Dawson: So what's the upshot?

Casey: Well, it's just like a retainer situation. Susan is sort of on call for a very small fee. It's kind of a great deal, especially if it keeps me from stepping on any more landmines.

Dawson: I'm so thankful to her.

Casey: Me too.

Dawson: And she took care of it all so fast. Thank God.

Casey: It really was fast.

Dawson: I'm really sorry I was... I gave you a really hard time about this whole thing.

Casey: I get it. You were scared.

Dawson: I was terrified.

Casey: One thing I don't get: Dearing only had one bullet in his gun, and he was so quick to use it. Why would he do that? He could've had me over a barrel for months.

Dawson: I'm just glad it's over.

Connie’s office

Casey: Connie, good morning.

Connie: Ah, good morning, Lieutenant. Um, I think Chief Boden just went to grab some breakfast.

Casey: I'm looking for you, actually. That reporter from the other day... She leave a card or anything?


Antonio Dawson: Hey, hey.

Kidd: Hey. Good news?

Antonio Dawson: Good and bad. There's no sign of the kid since the fire the other day.

Kidd: Okay, what's the good news?

Antonio Dawson: That was the good news. Warrant came up under his name. B&E. Turns out your friend broke into a pharmacy a few weeks back.

Kidd: 'Cause he's sick. I told you.

Antonio Dawson: Yeah, well, that's not gonna change the SA's opinion on the incident. CPD picks him up, he's gonna do time. And being a convicted felon is gonna make his situation even worse.

Kidd: The programs I called... They won't take him if he's got a record.

Antonio Dawson: Stella, listen. If you want to help this kid, I suggest you find him before the cops do.


Brett: Hey. Um, how's it going?

Antonio Dawson: Good, you know.

Brett: Are you free tomorrow night? 'Cause I'm gonna head to Molly's, and if you're...

Antonio Dawson: Look. Sylvie, you're great.

Brett: I am, actually. I think you are too. So why aren't we hanging out?

Antonio Dawson: 'Cause it's a little more complicated than that. I've got an ex-wife who's certifiable, a mess of a custody situation, I-I spend my days getting shot at. And I barely have enough energy to microwave a pizza when I get home.

Brett: I like microwave pizza.

Antonio Dawson: We're in different places right now… Trust me. I'm just looking out for you. I'm sorry.

Brett: Yeah. Me too.

Antonio Dawson: Yeah.

Meeting room

Casey: Ms. Martin. Thanks for coming.

Teri Martin: You are a curiosity, Alderman.

Casey: How's that?

Teri Martin: Most politicians keep their heads down after narrowly avoiding a scandal. So why did you reach out to me?

Casey: I was hoping you'd answer some questions for me about Alderman Dearing.


Kidd: Chris! Yeah. Hey. You were one of the kids camped out in the tunnels a couple blocks over.

Girl: So?

Kidd: So I'm looking for a kid named Chris, okay? He's got dark hair, from Milwaukee... Guys, I'm not a cop. I'm a firefighter. I-I've recovered his backpack, and it's got meds in it... Meds that he needs.

Girl: Come on.

Kidd: Well, if you see him, tell him to stop by Firehouse 51. Okay?


Herrmann: Excuse me… Wow… Excuse me. Sorry, buddy. Sorry. Wow. Excuse me, guys. Hey, sorry… Where did all these people come from?

Otis: I told you Brenner has sway.

Herrmann: So they're all here because of him?

Otis: If you post it, Hermie, they will come, baby.


Dawson: Hey, Sylvie. Hey, you leaving?

Brett: Yeah, I have an early Zumba class, but, um, give Louie a hug for me, okay?

Dawson: Yeah, damn straight I will. Hey. I, uh... Saw you talking to Antonio earlier.

Brett: Oh, God, I... I should've said something. I-I just didn't want you to feel weird about it.

He's not into it, anyway.

Dawson: Not into it? Please. His expression when he was talking to you reminded me of elementary school when he would look at our cute babysitter, completely smitten.

Brett: Well, according to him, we're in different places, and it would never work.

Dawson: Look. I love my big brother. But I have spent more than 20 years ignoring his advice when it comes to anything personal… Trust me, it's the best way to deal with him.

Brett: Thanks.


Fedora Girl: Hey, do you guys have a cocktail menu?

Herrmann: Menu? Uh, I mean, yeah, we... We got all that stuff.

Fedora Girl: Told you this place was a real dive. Totally authentic. We'll take two martinis.

Herrmann: Dive?

Otis: Thank you, Brenner.

Travis Brenner’s house

Party Girl: And the whole trip is free? That's so amazing. St. Tropez sounds so nice. I've always wanted to go.

Severide: Yeah?

Party Girl: I love topless beaches.

Travis Brenner: Hey, Kelly. I need you... Now.

Severide: Excuse me.


Travis Brenner: In here… Look, I don't know what happened. They said she just collapsed. You can help her, right?

Severide: Okay, back up. Her heart rate's over 150. She's burning up. What's she on?

Travis Brenner: I have no idea. Hey, you want to help your friend?

Severide: What's she on?

Model: She does it all the time. It just gets you drunk quicker.

Severide: She's overheating... If we don't get her heart rate down, she's gonna start seizing. I need ice water, now.

Travis Brenner: Yeah.

Severide: A lot.

Model: Sorry.

Travis Brenner: Here, is this enough?

Severide: Yeah. Hold it up.

Travis Brenner: Yeah… All right, okay, she's okay.

Severide: We're taking her to a hospital; I'm calling 911.

Travis Brenner: We're a couple blocks from Chicago Med. I'll drive. It's quicker than waiting for the ambulance.

Severide: Great, let's go.

Travis Brenner: Just me. You stay here.

Severide: No, I'm coming with you.

Travis Brenner: You're staying, okay? Clear this place out. I got this.

Boden’s office

Kidd: He doesn't get treatment, his health deteriorates fast. And in the meantime, if the cops  stop him for loitering, or whatever else, he will go to prison.

Boden: He committed a crime.

Kidd: I think he was just trying to get the meds.

Boden: There are other ways to do that. They may not be easy, but that's the law.

Kidd: I want to show him that… If I can find him, will you help me just sort this whole thing out, help him get on his feet?

Boden: Look, I appreciate what you're trying to do here. But I think it's time to find the boy's family and friends. They'll stand a better chance with him.

Kidd: I'm not so sure, Chief. Listen, all due respect, you and I both tried to help people that we knew, that we cared about and it didn't turn out well. I just mean that maybe a gesture from someone who doesn't know him, who isn't judging, or expecting anything in return, who just wants to help, maybe that will make the difference.


Brett: Hey, uh, I just saw Maggie at Med. I got an update on the drug OD from the party.

Severide: Yeah, how's she doing?

Brett: She's okay now. Going home tomorrow.

Severide: Good. Glad to hear it.

Brett: Yeah. But who brought her in?

Severide: Why?

Brett: Maggie says she was left on a bench out front. If Halstead hadn't found her...

Severide: Outside of the hospital?

Brett: Yeah.

Severide: You're kidding… Thank you, uh... Thank you, Brett.

Brett: Of course.

Casey’s office

Susan Weller: How's that adorable little boy?

Casey: He's doing great.

Susan Weller: So good to hear. No more bad news, I hope? Bill Harvey assured me that there weren't gonna be any more problems.

Casey: No, no, no, everything's fine. That's not why I asked you to come by.

Susan Weller: Are we finally going to talk about that state senate seat?

Casey: I want to talk about Dearing's river walk proposal.

Susan Weller: Dearing's... What?

Casey: Dearing's proposal from 2011. You joined forces with him on it… You see, you said you knew Teri Martin from the "Sun-Times," that you knew she'd play ball. So I looked up all her past articles. She wrote a lot of puff pieces on Dearing, back when he made that proposal. That's when I put it together… Dearing is one of your clients.

Susan Weller: I can explain that.

Casey: Have you ever heard the expression "arsonist firefighter"?

Susan Weller: What?

Casey: It refers to a firefighter who starts fires just so he can put them out, be the big hero… You tipped off Dearing so you could get your hooks back into me, end up in the state senate.

Susan Weller: That's absurd.

Casey: Susan, I'm a decent, reasonable guy. But I have my limit… And putting Louie in jeopardy? That was ten miles past it.

Susan Weller: Matt...

Casey: I need you to get out of my life and stay out, or I will dismantle you. I don't care. I will lay you to waste and leave nothing behind but scorched earth. Don't even think for a second that I'm not serious… Get out.


Kidd: Hi.

Employee: Hey.

Kidd: You ever seen lucky day, this kid around here? his case. He probably looks less cleaned up than he does in the picture, but...

Employee: You work for the police?

Kidd: Nope. I'm just a friend. You seen him?

Employee: We get a lot of street kids come in to shower, maybe use the gym. We don't make 'em pay, and we don't ask questions.

Kidd: Okay. Okay, um... Thank you.


Kidd: Hey. I've been looking for you.

Chris: How'd you know I come here?

Kidd: Well... Hey, whoa.

Chris: That's my backpack! What the hell, lady?

Kidd: You want all this stuff back?

Chris: Yeah.

Kidd: Come with me… Come on.

Travis Brenner’s house

Travis Brenner: Yo, Kelly, that you? Hey, man. You're late. Wheels up in an hour. Where are your bags?

Severide: You left her on a bench.

Travis Brenner: I took her to the hospital. Okay, we saved her life.

Severide: She wasn't out of the woods. She's still in ICU.

Travis Brenner: Look, if I took her into that ER and one idiot with a cell phone ID'd me, her face would have been all over the internet. She would have been publicly humiliated… Come on. You know me. I was helping her. Hey, you know one of the many perks of flying private? They hold the plane for you as long as you want. So let's go to your house, get those bag packed.


Chris: What are we doing here? I don't need a handout.

Kidd: Hey. Just follow me. Okay? Come on.

Boden’s office

Boden: You must be Chris.

Chris: Who are all these people?

Boden: I'm the Chief here. This is Ms. Goodwin. This is Mr. Jefferies, the State's attorney. We know what happened at the pharmacy. And we know why you did it.

Sharon Goodwin: Hepatitis C is a very serious disease.

Chris: Yeah, well, I don't actually have insurance.

Sharon Goodwin: Well, I'm the head of the hospital at Chicago Med. And we have a program especially designed for that treatment. And due to special circumstances, mostly some bullying by an old friend, we're prepared to offer it to you at no cost.

Mark Jefferies: And since you're turning yourself in for the robbery... And, oh, yes, you're gonna do that, son. It means the charges will be reduced from felony to misdemeanour. And if you enroll in the treatment program, you'll just have to serve probation.

Boden: There's a long-term shelter on Clifton, run by the wife of a firefighter at 48. And they've got a spot for you for as long as you need it.

Chris: I don't get it. You set all this up?

Kidd: Me and my chief here.

Chris: Why?

Kidd: We just wanted to help.

Mark Jefferies: Poker night's gonna be a lot of fun now, Wallace, 'cause you owe me big-time.

Boden: Oh, I can't wait. Bring your wallet.


Brett: Hey.

Antonio Dawson: Hey. Listen.

Brett: I already listened. Now I get to talk. I've had my heart stomped on too. And I don't have any kids, but I'm pretty good with them. And my job beats me down on a regular basis, but, like you, I love it. And I lied about liking microwave pizza. Nobody likes microwave pizza… Now with that out of the way... Do you want to ask me out, or should I ask you?

Antonio Dawson: Can I buy you a drink?

Brett: Yes, you may.

Casey and Dawson’s apartment

Dawson: I can put him to bed.

Casey: No, don't.

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