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Les chances de Boden pour une promotion se retrouvent avec des complications, le laisser gérer les choses lui-même. Dawson et Casey ne voient pas les choses du même oeil à propos d'une décision importante pendant que Kidd a du mal à trouver du temps avec Severide. Brett et Dawson répondent à un appel compliqué qui s'avère rapidement dangereux.

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4.29 - 14 votes

Titre VO
The Grand Gesture

Titre VF
Fin de campagne

Première diffusion
10.05.2018

Première diffusion en France
28.04.2019

Photos promo

Stella Kidd, jouée par Miranda Rae Mayo, entre chez Kelly

Stella Kidd, jouée par Miranda Rae Mayo, entre chez Kelly

Chef Boden dans une maison enfumée

Chef Boden dans une maison enfumée

Mouch et Hermman en tenue d'action

Mouch et Hermman en tenue d'action

Kelly Severide face à un incendie

Kelly Severide face à un incendie

Matt Casey et Gabriela Dawson

Matt Casey et Gabriela Dawson

Gabriela Dawson (Monica Raymund)

Gabriela Dawson (Monica Raymund)

Kelly, Rene et un officier de police

Kelly, Rene et un officier de police

Rene Royce au poste de police

Rene Royce au poste de police

Kelly et Rene au poste

Kelly et Rene au poste

Joe Cruz joué par Joe Minoso sur son portable

Joe Cruz joué par Joe Minoso sur son portable

Kelly Severide joué par Taylor Kinney dans le fauteuil du squad

Kelly Severide joué par Taylor Kinney dans le fauteuil du squad

Renee Royce (Sarah Shani) arrive à la caserne

Renee Royce (Sarah Shani) arrive à la caserne

Stella Kidd à la caserne

Stella Kidd à la caserne

Chef Wallace Boden dans son bureau (Eamonn Walker)

Chef Wallace Boden dans son bureau (Eamonn Walker)

Harrmann, Mouch, Capp et Otis sur le canapé

Harrmann, Mouch, Capp et Otis sur le canapé

Cruz à la fenêtre d'un bâtiment

Cruz à la fenêtre d'un bâtiment

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Réalisateur : Reza Tabrizi

Scénario : Michael Brandt et Derek Haas

Guests : Sarah Shahi (Renée Royce), Michaek Hayden (Chef Huffhines), Randy Flagler (Capp), Gary Cole (Chef Grissom), Anthony Ferraris (Tony), Sam Porretta (Chef Hatcher), Jennifer Anglin (Devon), Angela Peel (Wendy), Owais Ahmed (Spencer), Dan Smeriglio (Jerebko Smith), Zachary Scott Clark (Alec Burks), Nick Shoda (Dan Exum), Joel Berti (Joe Ingles), Fred Zimmerman (Détective Udoh), T.J. Karam (Rick Rubio), Harrison Weger (Rudy), Reggie Baker (Juge)

21 District

Joe: We cannot issue an Amber Alert unless we have reason to believe that the child is in imminent danger of serious bodily injury or death. From what you've described...

Renee Royce: How the hell am I supposed to know that if I can't get a hold of my son?

Severide: Hey, anything that you can do to help us out, it'll be greatly appreciated, Joe.

Renee Royce: Becky? Where... Where are you? Okay, I'm gonna come to you. Good… That was my babysitter. They went ice skating, and then she took Nicholas back to her house. She was charging her phone and they both fell asleep. I'm so embarrassed.

Severide: Hey, thanks, Joe.

Joe: Yeah.

Renee Royce: I'm so sorry.

Severide: That's perfectly understandable. Let's go get him.

Street

Severide: It turns out the babysitter's mom was making spaghetti or something. They went to her house and fell asleep watching TV. What?

Kidd: Well, it was just seems like Renee overreacted.

Severide: What was she supposed to do? She goes home, there's no note, there's no nothing. She tries to get in touch with the babysitter. It goes straight to voicemail. Anyone would freak out.

Kidd: Uh, sure.

Casey’s office

Dawson: Hey. Uh, so, I've been thinking about it a lot since we left the fertility clinic. And I don't wanna be rash or impulsive but... I've decided that we're gonna keep trying for a baby.

Casey: You've decided?

Dawson: Well, it's my body, so it's my choice. I'm the one taking on the risk. And I get it. I get it. I know what you're gonna say, especially since they said that there was a 10% risk that something could go wrong, but the way I see it, there means there's a 90% chance that we could be happy parents to our child… And haven't we had some fun trying? Look, I know you've been wanting to be a dad since I first met you. This is our time.

Boden’s office

Boden: No, ma'am, all I can offer you is, "No comment." You will have to take that up with Chief Huffhines in the public relations department. Thank you.

Casey: I haven't seen anything online yet.

Boden: Well, maybe there's hope for fact-checking in the world.

Casey: Any idea how this bribery story got started?

Severide: There's no mystery there. It had to be Grizz. He's the only other person who knew about it.

Casey: He also knows it's a bunch of lies.

Boden: I'm gonna handle the story the same way we handled the incident itself... Above board and by the book.

Main: Squad 3, Engine 51. Construction fire. 81 South Aberdeen St.

Boden: Let's go.

Street

Boden: What happened?

Building worker: Our crew must've broken a gas main. The lumber... It just went up like kindling.

Boden: We'll fight the fire from the second floor. Go. Battalion 25 to Main, we have a ruptured gas main. We need the gas company here ASAP to shut this thing down. 51, drop two lines... One to cover the team inside, one to be in position to extinguish the fire once this gas is shut off. Let's go!

Main: Copy that, Battalion 25.

Building

Workers: Hey, help! Get us out of here! Help!

Boden: Hey!

Workers: Here.

Boden: We got two men trapped. 51, send your line straight down. Bend the line into a U and send it down. We'll pull these guys out using the hose.

Severide: Ready, Chief.

Boden: Go.

Severide: Hey, the water curtain will keep the heat back. Get behind me.

Cruz: Coming down to you, Lieutenant.

Severide: One at a time. Step on the hose, wrap your arms up. They'll bring you up.

Worker: Got it.

Boden: And... Pull! Pull! Pull!

Cruz: Come on.

Boden: You okay?

Worker: Yeah.

Boden: And pull! Pull! We got you.

Cruz: Coming to you, Lieutenant.

Boden: Severide, get out of there! Pull! Pull! Pull!

Cruz: Quick thinking, Chief.

Main: Gas company is on the scene.

Firehouse: kitchen

Cruz: Yes, thank you. Two nights. Oh, hey, do you guys have a shuttle from the airport to Blackberry Farms? Oh, oh, great. Thank you so much.

Kidd: Blackberry Farms? I saw that place on the Travel Channel. That is swanky.

Cruz: The Slamigan is blowing up. We already have eight new orders across the Midwest, and it looks like we're gonna hit six figure revenue by third quarter.

Kidd: That's great!

Cruz: I figure I'd celebrate.

Kidd: By booking two nights at one of the most romantic spots in America? You taking Otis? Hmm?

Cruz: Uh, I'm gonna tell Brett the great news about our company and then I'm gonna ask her to go with me.

Kidd: Whoa.

Cruz: I just... Just figured I'll put it all out there, you know? Tell her how I really feel. Grand gesture. And if I get rejected, well, at least I didn't hold back. Is that crazy? It is, it's crazy. I'm a moron. It's not too late for me to back out. I should back out. Should I back out?

Kidd: No, you should not back out.

Cruz: You sure?

Kidd: Look, you can never go wrong with a grand gesture.

Cruz: Thank you.

Garage

Kidd: Hey! I got lunch duties today.

Severide: Oh, yeah? What's on the menu?

Kidd: Well, that is what I was coming out here to talk to you about... See, there are certain privileges to going out with the cook, like you get a say in what she serves up. Please say chicken parm. Please say chicken parm.

Severide: Chicken parm?

Kidd: Ah, that's my specialty!

Renee Royce: Excuse me? Can I steal him for a second? Hi.

Severide: Hey.

Renee Royce: Sorry to barge in on you like this, but we have a problem.

Severide: Okay, what's up?

Renee Royce: Well, the Crowder Refinery has brought on Rick Rubio as co-counsel. He's a tough, tough defense attorney with a forte for discrediting expert witnesses.

Severide: Okay, so how do we beat this guy?

Renee Royce: I had some of the young litigators mock up some questions that you might draw on cross. I would love to go over these with you if there's a conference room that we can borrow.

Severide: Um, yeah, of course.

Renee Royce: Okay.

Severide: Yeah, I got it.

Renee Royce: Oh, thank you.

Severide: Uh, and hey, chicken parm sounds great.

Kidd: I will get right on it...

Kitchen

Chief Huffhines: Ah, Boden. I think we may have gotten out in front of this bribery story. The commissioner has responded to the Tribune's questions through my office.

Boden: What did he say?

Chief Huffhines: Well, he acknowledged that a certain battalion chief did receive an improper cash gift, but as soon as the commissioner learned about it, he insisted it be returned. He's not naming any names, but...

Capp: But that's a lie.

Chief Huffhines: It's an interpretation.

Mouch: Did he mention it was his buddy who made the illicit payment?

Chief Huffhines: No one's getting in trouble here, Wallace. Commissioner Staton wants to preserve his reputation as he heads over to FEMA.

Herrmann: By throwing our chief under the bus.

Chief Huffhines: By putting this to bed.

Boden: I'm done falling.

Chief Huffhines: Hey, Wallace.

Hallway

Dawson: Chief Hatcher?

Chief Hatcher: Oh, just who I was looking for.

Dawson: What can I do for you?

Chief Hatcher: I know we've had our past differences, but I've always thought of you as one of the fiercest, most battle-tested paramedics in the CFD.

Dawson: Thank you, Chief.

Chief Hatcher: So I'll get right to it. Puerto Rico is still in a bad way. There's a lot of people in need of power and assistance, so we're sending a team of paramedics down there to help with the relief efforts, and I need some volunteers.

Dawson: Oh.

Chief Hatcher: You were the first person who came to mind.

Dawson: I-I'm flattered. It's just, it's not a good time.

Chief Hatcher: It never is, but this is an important cause.

Dawson: I appreciate all this, Chief, I do. I just got a lot going on right now.

Chief Hatcher: Hey, no problem. I understand.

Grissom’s office

Boden: Thought you were more of a man, Carl.

Grissom: Excuse me?

Boden: I thought you were more of a firefighter than a cheap mudslinger.

Grissom: You better rethink everything coming out of your mouth right now, Chief.

Boden: I know it was you. I know you leaked to whatever reporter you have in your phone list that I took some money. You also know that it isn't true. I did the right thing with that offering. You need to do the right thing and tell the press what happened in the commissioner's office.

Grissom: You through?

Boden: Yes, I'm through.

Grissom: Then get the hell out.

Boden: You have no integrity and no character.

Boden’s office

Chief Huffhines: Word is, there was some shouting coming from Chief Grissom's office.

Boden: What can I do for you now, Chief Huffhines?

Chief Huffhines: Well, I'm here to put your mind at ease, actually.  I spoke personally with the reporters, and they are dropping the story.

Boden: I'm glad to hear it.

Chief Huffhines: Unfortunately, the commissioner can no longer endorse you.

Boden: I figured.

Chief Huffhines: Come on, Wallace. You understand how this stuff works. And anyway, you're still in the running.

Boden: I very much doubt that.

Chief Huffhines: I wouldn't say that if it weren't true. My understanding is that Dale Cerutti's still pushing for you, and quite frankly, Carl Grissom has rubbed more people than you the wrong way. My advice? Lay low, and, uh... Maybe ease up on the shouting at headquarters.

Boden: Copy that.

Chief Huffhines: Yeah.

Laundry room

Casey: I've been thinking.

Dawson: Yeah?

Casey: Yeah. Why don't we adopt? I wanna be a dad, and it doesn't matter to me if we're the birth parents if we take...

Dawson: After what we went through with Louie?

Casey: That won't happen again.

Dawson: 'Cause I'm not going through it again. No way I'm gonna risk it.

Casey: But you'll risk your own health?

Dawson: Matt, what happened with Louie... What happened was gut-wrenching and painful, and it nearly broke me. We have a plan. Forget the fertility clinic. Let's stick to the plan.

Briefing room

Renee Royce: And why do you think so, Lieutenant?

Severide: Because of my 16 years of service to the Chicago Fire Department.

Renee Royce: But you've never actually worked in the office of fire investigation.

Severide: I've worked with them on many occasions.

Renee Royce: Okay, well, how many is many? Is it one? Two? Ten?

Severide: Over the years, 64.

Renee Royce: Good. Yes, yes, yes, precision. That is exactly the kind of thing that's needed to instill confidence in this jury. You stay calm, you stick to the facts just like that.

Severide: I've never gotten to see you in action. It's impressive.

Renee Royce: Thank you. Okay... Lieutenant Severide, can you show me in this diagram right here where the OFI determined that the fire started?

Garage

Main: Ambulance 61. Man down from unknown causes. 58 West Cicero.

Apartment

Brett: Ooh, how you doing there...

Spencer: Spencer.

Brett: What happened?

Spencer: Slipped.

Dawson: Can we come in?

Spencer: I guess. You guys bring any food?

Brett: Uh, no, that's Postmates.

Spencer: Can you call them?

Brett: Yeah, what do you want? Nuggets? Fries?

Spencer: Yeeeah.

Dawson: Aww, man. First shift didn't restock the jump bag. I'm gonna go grab some gauze and Kerlix from the ambo.

Brett: I can do it.

Dawson: No, no, no, I got it.

Brett: All right, let's see. Do you have any towels in the kitchen, or...

Spencer: No idea.

Brett: Well, I gotta stop this cut from bleeding.

Spencer: My neighbour’s messed up.

Brett: What?

Spencer: She's messed up. Back there.

Bedroom

Spencer: See? Messed up.

Wendy: Help.

Brett: Main, I need a 10-1. A-Ambulance 61 to Main. Main, can you read me?

Wendy: Help, help.

Brett: Here.

Wendy: My girls.

Brett: Don't, don't. Don't talk.

Wendy: I have to.

Brett: Gabby!

Spencer: Shh, quit yelling.

Brett: Spencer, go back into the other room.

Spencer: You gotta quit yelling.

Brett: I mean it! Now! No, no, no, no. No, don't. No, ma'am, ma'am.

Wendy: Wendy.

Brett: My partner... My partner is coming right back. Okay? You just have to stick with me.

Wendy: My girls. My girls...

Brett: It's okay.

Dawson: Brett?

Brett: Gabby! Call a 10-1! He stabbed her.

Dawson: He's gone. Ambulance 61, we need a 10-1. Ugh, okay, Ambulance 61, we need a 10-1! Can you hear me?

Brett: Okay.

Wendy: I'm sorry.

Brett: Hey, they're on their way.

Wendy: Tell them.

Brett: No, no, Wendy.

Wendy: Tell them.

Brett: No. No, no. No, no, Wendy, Wendy, wait. Wendy, no. No.

Dawson: Cops are on the way.

Street

Dawson: We received a call... "Man down from unknown causes." We went up to apartment 16. He answered the door, so we thought the apartment was his.

Detective: Actually, he lived down the hall. No idea why he did it, other than gakked out of his mind.

Officer: We're sending a couple of uniforms to the day school for the daughters.

Detective: I'll call you later if I need anything more.

Dawson: Okay, thanks… You okay? Come on, let's go home.

Firehouse: garage

Cruz: Hey, we heard. You okay?

Brett: Yeah... No, it was a... It was a rough call. I just need to breathe. I'm good.

Boden: Take as much time as you need. I'll take 61 out of service until you give me the go ahead.

Brett: Oh, that's not necessary, Chief. I-I'm good to go.

Boden: You sure?

Dawson: Yeah, yeah, we're okay.

Outside the firehouse

Casey: I'm sorry about everything. I don't wanna fight anymore.

Dawson: Me neither.

Casey: I have an errand to run, but... Maybe we can set aside lunch today and just... Talk everything out?

Dawson: Yeah, I'd like that.

Caring Hill

Receptionist: Welcome to Caring Hill.

Casey: Hello, I'm Matt Casey. I called earlier for an appointment with Devon.

Devon Dawsey: Oh, yes, I'm Devon Dawsey. I'm the one you spoke with.

Casey: Ah, nice to meet you.

Devon Dawsey: Come on in, Matt. Is your wife here?

Casey: No, no, no, I'm on a fact-finding mission for both of us.

Devon Dawsey: Huh, okay, well, come on in, and I'll give you a rundown on how we operate.

Casey: Thanks.

Molly’s

Mouch: Well, if Carl Grissom makes Commissioner, expect some changes.

Herrmann: Any new appointment is gonna make his mark.

Mouch: I mean 51 changes.

Herrmann: Come on, you think?

Jerebko: You guys talking about the commissioner spot?

Otis: Hey, Jerebko.

Mouch: What're you hearing?

Jerebko: I got a buddy who works down at city hall. Says the mayor's asking for analytics. Wants to make a real informed choice so as to, you know, push back against the Chicago wave of handing out big jobs to your friends.

Mouch: That's gotta work in Boden's favour.

Jerebko: Eh, that's not what my captain at 99's saying. Says Grissom's district has the best statistics in all the CFD... More calls, more saves, everything.

Herrmann: Well, I'm gonna hold out hope that the best man wins in the end.

Cruz: Hey, any of you guys seen Brett?

Otis: No, I thought she was at the apartment.

Cruz: She was, but then she left. She looked a little distraught, so I was hoping she came here to be with friends.

Otis: Haven't seen her.

Court: hallway

Renee Royce: Kelly, hi. I'd like to introduce you to Firefighters Alec Burks and this is Dan Exum. These are the men that were injured during the accident. This is Lieutenant Kelly Severide.

Alec Burks: Can't thank you enough for testifying on our behalf.

Dan Exum: It means a lot.

Severide: Glad to do it. Hope it helps.

Renee Royce: Oh, it will. All right, gentlemen. So there is a conference room set up to hold the witnesses in before the trial goes underway.

Firehouse: locker room

Casey: You seen Severide? I need to go over some equipment requests with him.

Kidd: Uh, he's taken a furlough day.

Casey: Oh, right, he's testifying.

Kidd: Mm-hmm.

Casey: My understanding is, it's an important case for firefighters' safety.

Kidd: Yeah, that's what he keeps saying.

Casey: Hey. What's up?

Kidd: Nothing. Nothing, I just, I, um... I'm just ready for things to get back to normal around here.

Casey: You and me both.

Kidd: Yeah.

Casey’s office

Casey: Hey.

Dawson: What's this?

Casey: Just... Hear me out. I wanted to gather all the information I could, and put it out on the table so we could make an informed decision. I reached out to an adoption consultant who was really impressive. You'd like her. And this isn't like Louie's situation. These kids aren't from the foster system. Devon can help us find a young couple who maybe isn't ready for parenthood, and we can adopt the baby from birth. We can be the only parents our child would ever know.

Dawson: And... Why did you think it'd be okay to talk to them without me?

Casey: Well, if we're being fair, this isn't just your decision, as much as you wanna think it is. I have some say here...

Dawson: What happens in five years when the birth mother decides she is ready for parenthood? What happens when she sues for custody?

Casey: Our information can be private, Gabby.

Dawson: Okay, 'cause that worked out so great last time. Maybe you don't remember a stranger on our doorstep on our wedding day, but I do. I am not adopting, Matt… I wanna have my own baby. Why is that so hard for you to understand?

Casey: Well, I want to also, but, Gabby, you can't have one… I didn't mean it...

Main: Ambulance 61. Bicycle accident. 32 West Madison.

32 West Madison

Dawson: Hey, what happened?

Victim: What's it look like?

Dawson: It looks like you ran your bicycle through a sidewalk sign. Let me take a look.

Victim: Okay, easy, easy.

Dawson: Looks like you may have broken it. Brett, gauze and a sling. Brett.

Brett: What?

Dawson: Gauze and a sling.

Brett: I thought you said scissors.

Dawson: I didn't.

Brett: Okay.

Dawson: Come on, Brett, gauze and a sling, let's go.

Brett: I'm getting them.

Dawson: Then do it.

Court

Renee Royce: Lieutenant, what happens to a company when it cuts corners like this?

Severide: If they get away with it, if nothing goes wrong, they stand to make a lot of money.

Lawyer: Objection. Speculation.

Renee Royce: Your Honour, this is Lieutenant Severide's expert testimony in his own words.

Judge: I'll allow it.

Renee Royce: Thank you, Your Honour. And, Lieutenant, in 16 years of service to the Chicago fire department, have you ever seen negligence like this, in terms of a company's compliance to the fire code?

Severide: Sure, lots of times. That's when we get called in to drag out dead bodies.

Renee Royce: No further questions, Your Honour.

Firehouse: hallway

Dawson: Brett. Sylvie. Listen, I'm sorry I jumped you on that call, I just had a...

Brett: I have never been spoken to like that before in my life... Not on the sidewalk, not at work, certainly not by someone who's supposed to be my partner. That was in front of a victim.

Dawson: No, I know, I'm sorry. I had... I had this...

Brett: Gabby, I don't care what you had going on in your life. I have things going on too. I treat you with respect every time the bells go off. If you can't do the same for me, don't ride with me on 61.

Dawson: Brett.

Locker room

Cruz: Rough couple of days, huh? Well...  I'm here, just so you know.

Brett: I do know that. Your friendship means the world to me, Joe. Thank you.

Cruz: I feel the same way.

Court: hallway

Renee Royce: So, um, the defense team just approached us with an offer to settle.

Severide: What does that mean?

Renee Royce: That means they thought your testimony landed with the jury.

Alec Burks: You did it, man. You did it for us.

Dan Exum: Brought them to their knees.

Renee Royce: Congratulations, gentlemen. This trial is over.

Dan Exum: We gotta call the guys.

Alec Burks: Oh, yeah, they're gonna flip.

Renee Royce: Thank you.

Outside the firehouse

Capp: You need a ride?

Kidd: Oh. Uh, no, Kelly was gonna swing by and pick me up… Where are you?

Severide: Hey, this is Kelly. Leave a message.

Bullpen

Herrmann: Hey. It's quitting time. What're you doing?

Otis: Hold on a second.

Mouch: I wanna get to the Eggsperience before the crowd gets there. They have a special on scramblers that...

Otis: Just wait.

Herrmann: Okay. What's going on, Otis?

Otis: When Jerebko said that Grissom had the best statistics in the CFD, that rang an alarm bell for me. One of the things I worked on while I was laid up were the incident reports and being able to cross-reference the numbers across every district citywide.

Herrmann: English, Otis. Please.

Otis: These are the statistics for Chief Grissom's district from a report I pulled two months ago. And this... This is what he turned in to the mayor's office.

Herrmann: Mm-hmm. He cooked the books?

Otis: And he's done it on every single progress report dating back a dozen years.

Mouch: We have to tell the mayor's office.

Herrmann: Not before we tell Boden.

Boden’s porch

Otis: Chief.

Boden: Fellas.

Otis: We have something to show you.

Boden: What is this?

Otis: Chief Grissom's progress reports. He's been tampering with the numbers since 2006 to make himself look more effective to the mayor.

Boden: You sure?

Otis: He changed the numbers. I've seen the source code, and the amendments came straight from his office. If there's a better explanation, I'd love to hear it.

Casey and Dawson’s apartment

Casey: Hey. You left work without me.

Dawson: Yeah, I just needed to clear my head.

Casey: What I said before, about having a baby... It came out wrong. I just meant that I can't risk losing you, no matter how low the odds.

Dawson: It's my risk, not yours. And I'm willing to take it.

Casey: I guess that's the crux of it... The thing I've never really understood.

Dawson: What?

Casey: When you adopted Louie without me, when you hid the fact that you were helping Bria. You make these big, emotional decisions as if my input doesn't matter.

Dawson: Baby, of course it matters. I care deeply how you feel, but I can't be dependent on it or on you.

Casey: Why not, Gabby? What's wrong with being dependent on someone who loves you with everything he has? This is one decision you can't leave me out of. Either we're in it together, or we're not in it at all.

Dawson: You know who I am. You knew it when you married me. I haven't changed… It used to be the thing you loved about me… I'll, um... I'll come back in a little while.

Severide’s loft

Kidd: Kelly?

Kidd’s apartment

Kidd: I thought you were gonna pick me up.

Severide: You did? No, I was waiting for you. I stayed here.

Kidd: Uh, did you win?

Severide: Yeah, case is over.

Kidd: And, um, what about Renee?

Severide: I told her congratulations, and there's no reason to see each other again. Then I came here.

Kidd: Grand gesture.

Severide: Huh?

Kidd: I just missed you.

Severide: All I think about... Is you.

City Hall

Boden: Chief Huffhines. What's going on?

Chief Huffhines: You didn't hear? Mayor just appointed the CFD's next commissioner... Carl Grissom.

Grissom: Well, this is a proud day for me. This is something I have worked hard toward for the last 40 plus years. I look forward to scrutinizing every aspect of the CFD and bringing it in line with what a city as great as Chicago can expect from its first responders. And with that, I'll take some questions.

Street

Dawson: Excuse me, can you point me to Chief Hatcher's office?

Paramedic: He's right there.

Chief Hatcher: Are you looking for me?

Dawson: Tell me more about Puerto Rico.

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Supersympa  (28.04.2019 à 23:47)

On voit que Stella n'a jamais élevé un enfant de 5 ans toute seule. Sinon, elle ne se serait pas moqué de Renée comme ça.

Les ambulancières n'auraient pas dû reprendre aussi vite, entre les problèmes personnelles de Dawson et le traumatisme de Brett.

Au revoir Monica Raymund... 

ObikeFixx  (16.05.2018 à 22:00)

L'épisode était intéressant. Le final de l'épisode en lui-même reste assez banal sans gros gros cliff et c'est peut-être pas plus mal. Après si le départ de Dawson se fait vraiment comme ça sans caméo ou au moins explications au début de la prochaine saison ça va faire vraiment faire baclé. Après faut voir sur la durée mais ce départ me génerait pas tant que ça, depuis quelques temps le personnage de Dawson pouvait vraiment être irritant.

J'ai bien aimé la storyline de Boden qui se positionne vraiement bien dans la course jusqu'à la découverte d'Otis. Je pense que ça peut être une bonne histoire sur la prochaine saison. En plus je ne serai pas contre le voir dans ce nouveau rôle.

Niveau couple, le retour de Renée n'a pas réellement servi à grand chose à part peut-être renforcer le couple Kelly-Stella mais bon ça me laisse assez indifférent. Par contre, je ne serai pas contre un revival pour Joe et Sylvie...

natas  (13.05.2018 à 17:25)

J'ai peut-être vu juste pour Gabby... à l'heure actuelle il n'y a que 2 acteur qui n'ont pas signé leur nouveau contrat pour la saison 7...

David Eigenberg (Christopher Hermann) et Monica Raymund (Gabriela Dawson) !

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natas  (13.05.2018 à 16:55)

pour un final c'est pas terrible terrible.. surtout pour un double épisode!

Le fait qu'il n'y ai pas de cliff ne me dérange pas au contraire, mais il ne se passe rien d'extraordinaire durant les 2 épisodes...

du coté des relations c'est un peu bof aussi... il y a quand même eu un kiss severide et renee et à la fin il nous dit juste qu'il l'a envoyé promener. le kiss n'aportait vraiment rien... Mais sa relation avec Stella est très chou...

Brett est vraiment génial ! elle m'a fait tellement de peine et en même temps bravo de ne pas s'être laissé faire par Gabby !! Elle l'a bien remis à sa place. non mais oh !!!

D'ailleure Gabby je l'ai toujours aimé et toujours admiré son indépendence, mais là c'est aller trop loin... oui c'est notre choix et notre corps, mais quans on est en couple et qu'on veut un bébé sans passer par l'adoption. là ça se fais à 2. Matt a bien réagiz, la paternité ça commence à la conception !

On peux clairement comprendre ces arguments après Louie, mais elle ne discute pas avec son mari et n'écoute pas son avis... Voilà donc au final autant qu'elle partent et évolue un peu... à voir comment Matt réagira. Mais j'avais vraiment trouvé avec l'histoire de Bria que Gabby n'avait aucun feeling avec Matt (et bien plus avec Severide par exemple.) et je ne voyait pas l'intérêt de souligner ça si ce n'était pas pour en finir avec le couple... donc peut-être que l'actrice quitte la série?

Cruz est pathétique aussi, ok c'est un bon ami. Mais de nouveau si il a des sentiments c'est une bonne idée de les exprimée, mais il a pas à lancer un plan romantique sans savoir...

Bon et j'aimerais mieux Brett avec Antonio ! ça m'irait quand même si elle se met en couple avec Cruz, mais là on ne part pas sur de bonne base avec ces crises de jalousie....

Emmalyne  (13.05.2018 à 13:55)

Un bon épisode qui se regarde bien. Le cliffhanger final n'est pas insoutenable, ils ont décidé de nous épargner cette année, pas comme l'année dernière ou le mot sadique est sorti de ma bouche.

Grissom est un petit magouilleur, en même temps c'est un pote à Benny, il y avait de quoi s'y attendre.

Renée a quitté la partie, tant mieux. Même si c'est une bonne raison pour conclure avec une scène attendrissante entre Kelly et Stella, je veux plus la revoir !

Je crois qu'on a trouvé notre nouveau couple qui va se tourner autour pendant plusieurs saisons : Cruz et Brett.

En ce qui concerne Dawson et Casey. Je trouve que la réaction de Dawson est très égoiste. On sait que c'est sa vie, mais de là à faire fi des sentiments de son mari, j'hallucine. Et puis le fait d'envisager de partir à Porto Rico parce que Casey refuse de lui donner ce qu'elle veut juste pour se venger... Gamineries ! Je n'ai jamais été fan de Gaby, mais c'est de pire en pire au fil des saisons.

A suivre...

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