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#518 : Le poids des mots

Casey découvre une nouvelle maison abritant des junkies et prend part de manière involontaire dans une histoire de famille. Dawson et Brett se voient attribuer un nouveau stagiaire pour un appel et il les met en difficulté quand il les surprend lors d'un appel compliqué. Pendant ce temps, Severide reçoit une visite inattendue de son père, Benny et Herrmann traitent des questions de la famille lorsque son fils Lee Henry est en difficulté à l'école. 


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Le poids des mots

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Réalisateur : Joe Chapelle

Scénario : Michael Brandt et Derek Haas

Guests : Treat Williams (Benny Severide), Charlotte Turner (Anna Turner), Jennifer Lafleur (Mrs. Sullivan), Robyn Coffin (Cindy Herrmann), Randy Flagler (Capp), Amy Morton (Trudy Platt), Rachel DiPillo (Sarah Reese), Elias Koteas (Alvin Olinsky), Will Kiley (Harris Thornton), Peter Goldsmith (Kent Stevens), Bella Wholey (Chelsea Stevens), Danny Henriquez (Rojo), Anthony Ferraris (Tony), Sam Porretta (Chef Hatcher),  David VonKampen (Lee Henry Herrmann), Abigail Mason (Trish), Fred Zimmerman (Mr. Leppert), Eddie Wright (Eddie Wright)

Severide’s apartment

Anna: So, tell me about this little project.

Severide: The damper's stuck.

Anna: So, indoor camping ain't happening? Stop.

Severide: Not unless I bring home a couple respirators.

Anna: Oh, that's so romantic.

Severide: Hey, there's these log cabin rentals out in Galena. It's about two hours away. Lots of hiking if the weather's good. Logs on the fire if not. No respirators needed.

Anna: How many girls have you taken there?

Severide: A whole lot. None! You think I'd reuse some old game on you?

Anna: Yeah, okay.

Severide: Stop it.

Anna: For now I'm gonna choose to believe you.

Severide: Hello? Hey, Trudy. Yeah. What's up?

21 entrance

Severide: What did he do?

Trudy Platt: He got into a "you should see the other guy" situation with three off-duty cops on Rush Street.

Benny: You should see the other guys.

Trudy Platt: They're not pressing charges.

Severide: So, he's free to go?

Trudy Platt: To be your problem, yeah. Benny, next time I'm not calling your son.

Benny: Thanks, Trudy. I'm sorry I threw up in the holding cell… Hi, Kelly.

Casey’s car

Dawson: Get this: we got a trainee today.

Casey: Someone must have screwed up the paperwork to let you loose on an impressionable young mind.

Dawson: I'm sure they're hoping Brett makes up for me. And I'll handle the Dawson put-downs, thank you very much.

Casey: Hey, hey, hey, hey. I'm driving.

Dawson: Oh, yeah?

Casey: Yeah.

Dawson: How's this while you're driving?

Casey: Ah. Whoa.

Dawson: What?

Casey: Is that a crack house? In this neighbourhood?

Dawson: I doubt they're selling Girl Scout Cookies.


Boden: Gabriela Dawson, Sylvie Brett. This is...

Harris Thornton: Harris Thornton.

Boden: Your trainee for the day.

Brett: Great to have you with us, Harris.

Dawson: We'll take good care of him, Chief.

Boden: Yeah, that's what I'm afraid of. So, you are to observe only. That means you don't touch anyone, you don't hand out medical advice. You just stand to the side. You let these very capable ladies tell you what to do.

Harris Thornton: Thank you, Chief Boden.

Dawson: So, where you from?

Boden: Oh, good Lord.

Benny: Wallace.

Boden: Benny. What's the occasion?

Benny: Just a harmless Chicago weekend.

Boden: Yeah. Good to see you, Benny.

Benny: Okay. Morning, fellas.

All: Hey, Benny!

Mouch: Benny! Hey, man. It's been a while.

Severide: Just picked him up from jail.

Benny: I was defending the honour of a very, very nice young woman.

Cruz: I thought you were married.

Severide: Was.

Benny: Yeah, what he said. I hope you guys don't mind if I hang out at 51 for a little while. I'm... I just want to catch a couple of Zs.

Mouch: Ah, that's fine.

Radio: Truck 81, Squad 3, Ambulance 61. Person trapped. 67 South Hoyne.


Chief: Vonn, the cleaning guy, he comes in before we open and gets everything situated, but he didn't answer when I called out to him today. The hinges on this thing are always swinging the door shut. You're supposed to be able to open it from the inside, but the latch has been acting up.

Casey: How long has he been in there?

Chief: Not sure. Couple of hours.

Casey: Hermann, Otis, get the jaws.

Severide: Hey, Tony and Capp,

Cruz: Yeah?

Severide: GET behind the building, check the compressor or the condenser, see if we can get quicker access.

Casey: Hey, Vonn, can you hear us? Make a noise or wiggle your fingers if you can.

Brett: Well, if he's alive, he probably has hypothermia or frostbite.

Dawson: I'll get blankets and warm fluids. Okay, let's move.

Severide: Casey, I think these hinges might be a weak point. I say we cut them, pry it open from here.

Casey: Yeah.

Cruz: What about his fingers? We push this side out, they're gonna snap off.

Severide: I'd rather save his life than save his fingers.

Capp: No access back here, Lieutenant.

Severide: Hey, Capp, check the roof. The condenser and the evaporator... It's got to be up there somewhere.

Capp: Copy.

Casey: All right, let's do it.

Cruz: Hey... Hey, wait, wait, wait. What if we put two Halligans above and below his fingers to preserve the gap, and then we pop the door on the hinge side, comes this way?

Severide: Yeah. Yeah, good idea.

Cruz: Tell us when.

Casey: Okay. Ready? And... Now!

Mouch: There's a pulse!

Dawson: Let's get him on the stretcher.

Brett: I'll deal with his fingers en route.

Herrmann: One, two, three… Okay.

Dawson: Thornton. Hey. Let's move.

Harris Thornton: Yeah.

Truck 81

Casey: Otis, take a left here.

Kidd: What's up, Lieutenant?

Casey: I want to check out the new neighbours. That's the house… Whoa, whoa, hold up. See that?


Herrmann: What you got?

Girl: Get inside.

Casey: There's a kid in here. I'm popping the window… Hey, there, big fella. Nothing to be afraid of.

My window!

Casey: You leave your kid in the car?

I was in there for less than five minutes trying to... You know what, I don't need to explain myself to you guys. Forget it.

Herrmann: Wow. Yeah.

Kidd: Hey. Got the license plate.

Boden’s office

Casey: Oh.

Boden: Ah, it's okay, Lieutenant. What can I do you for?

Casey: Uh, well, there's a crack house that's popped up over on Southwood. On our way back, we saw a car parked there with a toddler in the back. I punched the window, but this woman exited and drove off before we could do anything.

Boden: Okay. What are you not telling me?

Casey: Well, the woman looked normal. A mom. The kid appeared scared, but healthy and well-dressed. The car was a new BMW, and we got the license plate, but she didn't look like a user.

Boden: Users come in all shapes and sizes.

Casey: No... I know.

Benny: You know, back in the day, we used to handle drug houses in a whole 'nother way: light a match, keep the hoses dry.

Boden: Benny… Look, I'll tell you what: I'll make a call over to CPD and get an address for your SUV.

Benny: Or that.

Casey: All right. Thanks, Chief. Appreciate it.

Boden: Yeah, you're welcome.


Herrmann: Honey, what's up?

Cindy: Your son is getting suspended.

Herrmann: I'm sorry. Come again?

Cindy: Lee Henry wouldn't say the pledge of allegiance at school today.

Herrmann: What?

Cindy: What I said. Apparently he decided to take a knee instead. I got a call from the vice principal, and they said to come pick him up.

Herrmann: Please drop him off here after you go get him… What is this world coming to?

Dawson: What... What was that about?

Mouch: America, the not-so-beautiful.

Cruz: Oh, hey, Brett, how's the freezer victim?

Brett: Conscious! Yeah, they're working on his hand. They think they have a chance of saving it.

Otis: Nice, Joe!

Dawson: Rule number one: every successful run ends with junk food... Come on… Ladyfinger? Rule number two: take this job seriously when you have to, and that's it, otherwise you won't last a year.

Harris Thornton: I got to tell you: I thought I was gonna toss my breakfast back there.

Brett: Ugh, every new paramedic's worst nightmare.

Dawson: Is it?

Brett: Of course it is.

Harris Thornton: My mom and dad... They told me I wasn't cut out for this. They told me I wouldn't last a week.

Brett: Aww.

Harris Thornton: "Supportive" isn't a word you'll hear at the Thornton house.

Dawson: So, why are you here?

Harris Thornton: I was in a bicycle accident when I was 12. These paramedics showed up, and... I'm not sure if I'd be able to walk if it wasn't for them. I said to myself, "This is what I'm gonna do."

Brett: Well, you're gonna be a good one. I can already tell.

Radio: Ambulance 61. Man down from unknown causes.

Dawson: It's that kind of day.


Dawson: Thank you.


Dawson: 61 to main, we're gonna need two more ambulances.

Radio: Copy, 61.

Brett: Where are the employees?

Dawson: Hello? Anyone here? You check behind the counter.

Brett: God, what are we dealing with here?

Harris Thornton: I got another one! And a can of oven cleaner. If he sprayed the oven and didn't wipe it up, couldn't that cause cyanide poisoning?

Brett: I'll get the Cyanokit.

Harris Thornton: He's having a heart attack!

Dawson: What are you doing, Harris?

Harris Thornton: He's not responding!

Dawson: I said, "What are you doing?"

Harris Thornton: Chest compressions.

Dawson: Harris, no. Stop!

Harris Thornton: 14, 15, 16... Oh, God. I think I cracked a rib.

Dawson: Get back… Pulse is okay.

Brett: Dawson?

Dawson: Yeah. Back here. Bring the kit.

Brett: These two.

Paramedic: Got 'em. You take this one, I'll take her.

Dawson: He cracked a rib doing compressions. What part of "observe only" did you not understand?


Dawson: Stupid kid.

Brett: What would you have done?

Dawson: The exact same thing.

Casey’s office

Casey: Hey. Alvin. Thanks for coming.

Alvin Olinsky: Your chief called over. Something about a drug house?

Casey: Yeah. Right around the corner on Southwood. Can't miss it.

Alvin Olinsky: You see any weapons around or anybody shooting up in public?

Casey: Nope, but a lot of junkies coming and going.

Alvin Olinsky: All right. Just trying to get the feel for the urgency.

Casey: It's urgent.

Alvin Olinsky: All right. I'll talk to Narcotics, see if they can look into it. Oh, he's also got me checking into a license plate.

Casey: Yeah. There was a car out front, looked completely out of place.

Alvin Olinsky: All right. Listen, I got to go. I'll text the registration address as soon as I get it.

Casey: Copy that. Thanks, man.

Alvin Olinsky: Okay.


Herrmann: You help me understand this, Lee Henry.

Lee Henry: They raised the prices on the vending machines, and I'm free to express my First Amendment rights however I want, just like pro athletes.

Herrmann: Pro athletes?

Lee Henry: The whole point of America is that I have the right to protest and not say the pledge of allegiance if I don't want to.

Herrmann: You are a Hermann before you are an American, which means I tell you what your rights are! Hermanns do not defile the sacred things which I hold most dear in my heart, like love of country, love of freedom, and love of all the things in history books which tell us that this is the greatest country on Earth!


Benny: Yeah, Beth booted me out about six months ago. I thought about trying to "aw shucks" my way back into her good graces, but then... Then I just thought, "Why bother?"

Severide: Because you're married?

Benny: Yeah, well, I gave it a shot. Didn't work out. No shame in that.

Severide: Okay.

Benny: Speaking of things not working out, I had you all set up in Springfield, and then I get a call you turned it down.

Severide: That's right.

Benny: They were gonna give you your own battalion.

Severide: My loyalty is to Chicago.

Benny: What's her name?

Severide: What?

Benny: You're just like me, stubbing your toe for a woman.

Severide: That's not like you. But yes, there's a woman.

Benny: Aha! I knew it.

Severide: Not like you.

Benny: The hell you aren't. I got to meet this girl who's got my son's head spinning. Dinner. Friday night.

Severide: Eh, I don't know.

Benny: I do know. We're gonna do this. Steaks on me. She's not a vegetarian, is she?

Severide: She's not. No.

Benny: Okay, good. Then it's done.

Casey’s office

Dawson: How old was the kid?

Casey: Bigger than Louie.

Dawson: And the mom was using?

Casey: I don't know why else she'd be there. And she was more worried about getting out of there than her broken window. I just can't get the image of that kid out of my head.

Dawson: Then you have to do something about it, baby.

Boden: Hey. Got some good news, and I got some bad news. Good news is I got the address for you. Toddler incident.

Casey: Bucktown?

Boden: That's just where the car is registered.

Dawson: She drives all the way here for drugs?

Boden: Look, if you're gonna check her out, do it off shift.

Casey: Understood. What's the bad news?

Boden: Chief Hatcher is here to talk to you and Brett. Something you want to tell me about your last call?

Briefing room

Hatcher: It's my understanding that our trainee Harris Thornton here attempted CPR on a poison victim and cracked his rib. Is that accurate? Because if it is, I have no choice from our training program.

Brett: What?

Hatcher: He's out of the CFD. That's our rules.

Dawson: It was my order, sir.

Hatcher: What do you mean, "my order"?

Dawson: I told Harris to start CPR. We had multiple victims suffering from cyanide poisoning when the cook went into cardiac arrest.

Hatcher: So, you saw this?

Dawson: I did.

Hatcher: You knew you were supposed to observe only, correct?

Brett: That's true, but it was both our call to have him assist. Dawson and me, both. We, like she said, had multiple victims and not enough hands. Was he not supposed to take our order?

Dawson: On top of that, our trainee is the one who realized it was cyanide poisoning. There was a can of oven cleaner sitting on the counter, which he found and identified.

Brett: We didn't know what we were dealing with, and Harris figured it out, sir... Chief.

Boden: If they say it's true, it's true.

Hatcher: I want an incident case report.

Dawson: Yes, Chief.

Brett: You got it.

Outside the firehouse

Harris Thornton: I appreciate you both standing up for me, but if I'm liable for the broken rib, then...

Dawson: No way. We've spent years in the union. I mean, we might get another ding on our magical files, but you've got your whole future ahead of you.

Brett: Yeah. You were just trying to do the right thing.

Dawson: Rule number three: save lives first... Worry about consequences later.

Harris Thornton: Okay. Thank you. Both of you. I promise to live up to your expectations.

Dawson: Just live up to yours.

Brett: Yeah, we still have you for one more shift, right?

Harris Thornton: Yes. See you Thursday.


Mouch: Oh, really?

Herrmann: Yeah.

Mouch: What's your plan with Lee Henry?

Herrmann: Well, Cindy and I... We got a meeting scheduled with the vice principal, and we're gonna, you know, discuss numbnuts' protest.

Mouch: What are you gonna say?

Herrmann: I don't know. It's a family matter, and I'm gonna take care of it.

Boden: That's good. Yeah. That's good.

Herrmann: What?

Boden: Sometimes you let your emotions get the best of you. Maybe this time you listen more than you speak. Vice principal probably just wants to be heard.

Herrmann: That's good advice, friend.

Mouch: Donuts.

Herrmann: What?

Mouch: My advice is bring donuts.

Herrmann: That's your advice for everything.

Mouch: Yeah. Because it works.

Boden: True that.

Vice principal’s office

Vice principal: Ah, Christopher, Cindy, come on in.

Herrmann: We got you pastries from Dinkel's.

Vice principal: Thank you.

Cindy: It was nothing. On our way here.

Vice principal: Oh.

Herrmann: We appreciate you calling us down here. It gives us the opportunity to fully apologize on behalf of Lee Henry.

Vice principal: Well, you should be apologizing to everyone in the school. We have no tolerance for hate speech.

Herrmann: Hate speech? I mean, he was just upset about the vending machines. Okay, yeah. No. Yes. Uh, he understands the seriousness of his actions, so...

Vice principal: Good.

Herrmann: Yeah.

Vice principal: Because let me tell you what I see. See, parents these days are real quick to point fingers everywhere else except at themselves. Now, I assure you Lee Henry learned this inflammatory behaviour by being exposed to it either directly or indirectly at home.

Herrmann: Excuse me? Hey, no, no, Cindy. He's calling us failures when our son was just exercising his constitutional rights. In fact, that's the whole point of America, is that our son has the right to not say the pledge of allegiance if he doesn't want to.

Vice principal: Mr. Hermann, will you just... I suggest you just...

Herrmann: No. You know what I suggest? That you remember that this is America! And the Hermann family has something called the First Amendment, which protects us from bullies like you coming in here, "Oh, hate speech"!

Coffee shop

Severide: I don't know how long he's gonna be in town, but I think we have to reschedule our cabin getaway.

Anna: Yeah. No worries.

Severide: Because... He wants to take us out to dinner.

Anna: Really? That's great.

Severide: Yeah?

Anna: Yes. My God, I want to meet the old block who created this chip.

Severide: Well, prepare to be disappointed.

Anna: Why?

Severide: I don't know. Benny and me... We don't have that much in common. In fact, every choice I've made has been based on doing the opposite of what he would do.

Anna: Except for fire fighting.

Severide: That one I can't explain.

Anna: I'll take an egg sandwich on an egg bagel and a coffee, please.

Severide: That sounds good. I'll have that, too.

Waitress: Pick up on your left.

Severide: Thank you. Keep it… So, 8:00 p.m.? Friday night?

Anna: Well, I... I have to work Friday, so as soon as I get off shift. You know, I might be ten or so late.

Severide: By all means, take as much time as you can. Five minutes before dessert. That's fine with me.

Anna: No. Forget that. I'm ordering a bone-in ribeye, and I'm gonna learn all about Kelly Severide.

Severide: That's what I'm afraid of.


Casey: Hello, there.

Neighbour: Hello.

Casey: Say, do you know the Sullivans across the street?

Neighbour: Know of them. My mother always said, "Be friendly with your neighbours, but don't be friends with them."

Casey: Well, are they... Is there anything weird going on there?

Neighbour: Besides the fact that the police have been over there three times in the last year?

Casey: Really?

Neighbour: What's this all about, anyway?

Casey: Just a concerned citizen. Thanks for your help.

Sullivans’s porch


Casey: Hi. My name's Matt Casey. I'm a firefighter. I work on the other side of town.

Mr. Sullivan: Yeah, what is it?

Casey: Well, I was, um, wondering if I could have a word with your...

Mrs. Sullivan: Oh, my God. Is she dead?

Sullivans’s house

Mrs. Sullivan: Our daughter Chelsea. She's 18 years old.

Mr. Sullivan: Which makes her an adult.

Mrs. Sullivan: And she's there, in that house. Probably using. She has before.

Mr. Sullivan: It's my fault. I kicked her out. I didn't mean what I said.

Mrs. Sullivan: I know you didn't.

Mr. Sullivan: It's taken everything I have not to go down to that house with a gun in my hand.

Casey: Why didn't you call the police?

Mrs. Sullivan: We did. Last year.

Mr. Sullivan: They arrested Chelsea for dealing. She was a minor then, so she got probation. Now she'd get jail time. Serious jail time.

Mrs. Sullivan: We tried to explain to the court that she's the victim, but she was in possession of enough...

Mr. Sullivan: We don't know what to do.

Mrs. Sullivan: I know that I shouldn't have gone there. Not with Nolan in the car. But it just came over me that I... I had to try something. You know, it overwhelmed me. This man... This Rijo or Rojo or something... It's like he has a spell over her. I mean, the other day, she wouldn't even see me, and he told me that he would kill me if I ever came back.

Mr. Sullivan: We've lost our child, Mr. Casey. We had her in our arms, and then... Something snatched her away.

Casey: I know the feeling, Mr. Sullivan.

Mrs. Sullivan: I know that she'll listen to me if I can just see her.

Casey: Let me, um… Let me talk to some people, see if there's another route we can take.

Mrs. Sullivan: Just please don't call the police. If she goes to jail...

Casey: I understand. Just give me a day.

Outside the firehouse

Herrmann: Nah, it was just as I expected.

Cruz: Hey. Lee Henry still alive?

Otis; Or do we need to send a search party out to the woods behind your house?

Herrmann: Oh, Lee Henry is actually a really smart kid. He's stupid as hell, but he's smart.

Kidd: Did... Did he hear what he said?


Alvin Olinsky: Matt.

Casey: Alvin.

Alvin Olinsky: Hey.

Was just gonna call you.

Casey: I got some news for you.

Alvin Olinsky: I spoke to my buddy in Narcotics, and they're aware of the Southwood house. In fact, they're raiding the place in two days.

Casey: And everyone inside gets arrested?

Alvin Olinsky: That's the idea, yeah.

Casey: You got to call it off, Al.

Alvin Olinsky: It's not mine to call off, Matt. The machinery's already in motion. Isn't that why you called me in the first place?

Casey: Yeah, there's a girl inside, okay? She's a teenager. She's just a kid who needs help.

Alvin Olinsky: A girl, huh?

Casey: She doesn't deserve to get caught up in all this.

Alvin Olinsky: Well, I'll talk to my guy, but Narcotics is geared up for a bust... It's hard to put the genie back in the bottle.


Brett: Hey, Harris. We are on silverware duty, which means you...

Harris Thornton: Actually, I just had to drop in and fill out some paperwork.

Dawson: Oh, no. Don't tell me that...

Harris Thornton: No, no. I didn't get let go. They just... Don't want me training with you two anymore.

Brett: Oh, no.

Harris Thornton: I really appreciate what you did. If I had been booted, it would've proved my parents right. But I'm gonna be a paramedic no matter what.

Dawson: Course you are.

Harris Thornton: Well, thank you. I'll never forget you two.

Brett: I liked training. We should call Hatcher and...

Dawson: Brett? You know what happens when you poke a sleeping bear? There are teeth and claws and blood. Trust me. Consider ourselves lucky.


Dawson: Hey. What's up?

Casey: Police are gonna raid that drug house.

Dawson: Great. Or not great.

Casey: There's a victim inside who will do serious jail time.

Dawson: What can you do?

Casey: Talk to Boden.

Dawson: You're gonna go Gabby Dawson on this, aren't you?

Boden’s office

Casey: And they feel they're out of options. They go to the police, their daughter ends up in the system.

Boden: Like it or not, she's an adult.

Casey: Not. I don't like it, Chief. I caught a glimpse of the guy keeping her. He's bad news. Not to mention he looks double her age. Girl's got no chance.

Boden: So, what do you suggest?

Casey: Benny got me thinking...

Boden: Oh...

Casey: We're not gonna burn anything down. We're just gonna... Knock.


Casey: Do you smell smoke?

Herrmann: Oh, yeah. Definitely coming from inside the house.

Casey: Yeah. That's what I thought.


Casey: Fire department! Everyone out of the house! Fire department! I need everyone to clear this building immediately.

Rojo: What the hell is this?

Casey: Fire evacuation. Get out of here.

Rojo: There ain't no damn fire in here.

Casey: I'm not asking. Get out of here.

Rojo: Go to hell, man.

Chelsea: Please...

Rojo: Y'all the ones who need to evacuate… There ain't no fire in here, so y'all need to get.

Casey: Actually, the fire's in the walls. Guys? Get it.

Mouch: On it, Lieutenant.

Rojo: I was talking to you!


Casey: Forget him. Let him run… Chelsea? Chief, we're all clear here. Chelsea, we're here to help.

Chelsea: You can't.

Casey: I promise you we can… Your parents...

Chelsea: You don't know anything about me!

Casey: You're right, Chelsea. I don't. But she does.

Chelsea: Mom? Dad?

Mrs. Sullivan: Yeah, baby, I'm here.

Chelsea: You threw me out.

Mr. Sullivan: We were wrong… I was wrong.

Chelsea: You told me to leave!

Kidd: Chelsea, hey, listen to me. I have been where you're standing.

Chelsea: No.

Kidd: It's true. I have. The only difference is my parents weren't alive to help me. But your mom came here the other day, she was so desperate to rescue you.

Chelsea: You came here?

Mrs. Sullivan: Yeah, baby. I came to get you.

Casey: Your mom and dad love you, Chelsea… They want to help. They need to help.

Mrs. Sullivan: And I will hold you in my arms the entire time if you'll let me, baby. I promise.

Chelsea: I just want to be free.

Mrs. Sullivan: Shh, shh, shh, shh.

Chelsea: I want... I want...

Mrs. Sullivan: You're free, baby… It's okay. It's okay.

Boden: Get some boards and seal off this place. Red-X it. Let CPD know it's officially condemned.

Otis: Copy that, Chief.


Dawson: Hey. How'd it go?

Casey: She's at Med, detoxing.

Kidd: Your husband was amazing.

Casey: Hey. So were you.

Dawson: What else is new? We know. We know. We're not allowed to train anymore.

Brett: Yeah, I'd like to talk to you about that, actually.

Dawson: At a later date. Much later.

Hatcher: Actually, about that... And it gives me great pleasure to say this... I just want to be clear. Gabriela Dawson and Sylvie Brett, you've been ordered to mandatory re-training. Next shift. Report to the Fischer Classroom, third floor of the academy. 8:00 a.m. sharp. And bring a number-two pencil.

Brett: Hmm.

Outside the firehouse

Dawson: Re-training. Re-training? Like every day isn't re-training already? I should be the teacher of that class. Hell, I am the teacher. Name one thing they're gonna say to me that I haven't seen or done 100 times.

Casey: I can't.

Dawson: Look, if they want to pay me to sit in a warm classroom instead of freezing my ass off helping the citizens of Chicago, then be my guest.


Herrmann: Hey, guys, can I get you to do a favour for me?

Mouch: What is it?

Herrmann: Who cares what it is. It's a favour. You in or you out?

Boden: I'm in.

Herrmann: Thank you. Good.

Mouch: I'm gonna need more information.

Boden: No, you're not.

Mouch: Okay. I'm in.

Herrmann: Yeah.


Herrmann: So, now, listen, Lee Henry. You definitely have the constitutional right not to say the pledge of allegiance. You also have the right to be a jackass. I'm kidding, all right? Sort of… Hey! I don't know if you remember my old friend Eddie Wright, 1st Recon Battalion, Marine Corps, served in Iraq fighting for your constitutional rights.

Eddie Wright: Look at you now. I haven't seen you since you were knee-high.

Herrmann: So, hey, Eddie, this is Chief Boden.

Eddie Wright: Sir, nice to meet you.

Boden: Mutual.

Herrmann: And fellow firefighter Randy McHolland.

Eddie Wright: Sir, nice to meet you.

Mouch: My pleasure, Eddie.

Eddie Wright: I hope you guys are hungry. I got us a table over here. Come on.

Herrmann: All right. Thank you. Get going.

Marine: Welcome. Enjoy yourself.

Lee Henry: Yeah. Thank you. Thanks.

Marine: You're welcome.

Boden: Thank you for your service.

Marine: Thank you.

Mouch: Thank you for having us.

Marine: Thank you.

Old vet: Thanks, everyone, for coming down here today and chipping in on the pancake breakfast. You know, that $5 is the best deal in the city. Now, if you wouldn't mind, let's all stand and remove our hats, put a hand over our hearts…

All: I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation, under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all.

Old vet: Now let's eat!

Herrmann: Let's eat. How about that?

Chicago Med

Casey: How is she?

Sarah Reese: Physically, she's fine. Mentally, it's going to be a long road, and, uh, recovery always has its hills and valleys, but I am optimistic. She moves to the rehab facility tomorrow.

Casey: Okay. Thanks, doc.

Sarah Reese: Mm-hmm.

Kidd: Thank you… I am texting Dawson right now telling her to meet us at Top Golf, because the first round of games are on me.

Casey: Ooh.

Kidd: Mm-hmm… I just said I was texting her.

Casey: Yeah. I'm texting everyone else, since you're buying.

Kidd: Oh.


Benny: So, the four paramedics are Hillary, John, Max, and Crazy Joe. Each one of them bets me that I can't streak down a hallway, jump five feet over a bunch of tacks that they'd laid down on the floor, grab the fire pole, slide down, and do it all in my tighty-whities. So, Crazy Joe... I say to him, "Listen, there's no time like the present... Let's do this." So I get to the end of the hallway, off comes the shirt, off come the pants, and... Oh, there she is. This must be the lucky lady.

Anna: Hi.

Benny: I'm Benny.

Anna: Hi.

Trish: Hi!

Severide: You all right?

Anna: Yeah.

Benny: Course she's all right. This is the best steakhouse in Chicago, isn't it? Hey, George, do me a favour and get this young lady a cocktail.

Anna: No... Just a water, please.

Benny: Okay, in that case, I'll have the cocktail, and Trish will have another... Whatever these umbrella things are.

Trish: Thanks.

Benny: Thank you. Anna, this is Trish, and Trish this is Anna. She's my son's main squeeze. Or so I'm told.

Anna: It's really nice to meet you.

Trish: You too.

Severide: How was your shift?

Anna: It was fine.

Severide: Anna's a pediatric nurse at Chicago Med.

Trish: Is that, like, a foot doctor?

Anna: No. That's a podiatric.

Severide: She works with children, many in the oncology... Cancer unit.

Benny: Oh, great. That's cool.

Trish: And I work with the big children.

Benny: Yes. Big and old. I cop to that… Oh, bone-in steak girl. That's a good sign. That looks good.

Anna: Actually, I, um... I have to go.

Severide: What?

Anna: It was really nice to meet you. Um, enjoy your dinner.

Severide: Excuse me.


Severide: Anna! Anna, hey, I'm sorry. Look, I didn't know that he was gonna bring someone.

Anna: Kelly...

Severide: And I know what you're thinking, but I told you: Benny's not me. I spent my whole life avoiding... That.

Anna: You know what? Maybe this was just a really, like, bad idea. Maybe me moving here and rushing things... Maybe this was all just a really terrible, terrible idea.

Severide: That's not what I'm saying. This isn't something that...

Anna: I think we're wrong for each other, Kelly, and I think we've been idiots not to see it.

Severide: What are you even talking about?

Anna: I told my family I was probably making the biggest mistake of my life, and it turns out that I was.

Severide: Anna.

Anna: Good-bye, Kelly.

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schumi  (19.01.2019 à 09:29)
Bon pour le serment d allégeance je suis comme vous je ne comprends pas trop ce n'est pas dans notre culture. En fait je ne savais pas qu'ils faisaient ça à l'école... La remise à niveau alors là je sens qu'on va se marrer. L'histoire de la mère avec sa fille junkie était touchante mais il y a une épidémie ou quoi??? Casey aussi se prend pour un flic? Bon épisode dans l'ensemble avec un final assez émouvant avec le petit dej caritatif.
Supersympa  (29.04.2018 à 22:47)

J'ai encore été pris d'un fou rire quand Gabby a parlé de la remise à niveau. Ne me demandez pas pourquoi...^^

Quel avenir pour le couple Kelly/Anna ?

Minamous  (12.04.2017 à 10:01)

Non mais la avec Anna, je ne comprends pas du tout, c'est n'importe quoi, Kelly ne mérite pas ça du tout !!!

Moi ça m'a pas trop dérangé, dans les séries US ils sont les pros pour ça, mais effectivement, grosse différence de culture par rapport à chez nous !

natas  (08.04.2017 à 08:54)

Mais qu'est ce qu'il nous font avec Anna?

Le truc d'allégence au drapeau, ouh lala j'ai pas aimé, je trouve ça tellement ... j'ai pas de mots mais là on voit une ifférence de culture avec nous.

serieserie  (29.03.2017 à 12:49)
Message édité : 29.03.2017 à 12:50

Hâte de voir l'épisode


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