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#703 : Trente pour cent d'illusion

Le chef Boden est de plus en plus septique à propos des motivations du député adjoint de la commission Gorsch. Severide se retrouve dans une situation difficile après avoir secouru un enfant d'un accident de voiture. Essayant de s'intégrer à la caserne, Foster se retrouve à donner des conseils personnels à Cruz.


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Titre VO
Thirty Percent Sleight Of Hand

Titre VF
Trente pour cent d'illusion

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Boden et Gorsch

Boden et Gorsch

Matt Casey joué par Jesse Spencer

Matt Casey joué par Jesse Spencer

Cruz et Tony sur une voiture

Cruz et Tony sur une voiture

Emily et Sylvie traitent une victime

Emily et Sylvie traitent une victime

Mouch et l'équipe a un pique nique

Mouch et l'équipe a un pique nique

Matt Casey au pique nique

Matt Casey au pique nique

Boden et Gorsch au barbecue

Boden et Gorsch au barbecue

Kelly Severide joué par Taylor Kinney

Kelly Severide joué par Taylor Kinney

Severide et Kidd fouillent un endroit

Severide et Kidd fouillent un endroit

Severide trouve une victime

Severide trouve une victime

Kelly Severide joué par Taylor Kinney

Kelly Severide joué par Taylor Kinney

Mouch (Christian Stolte)

Mouch (Christian Stolte)

Christopher Herrmann joué par David Eignenberg

Christopher Herrmann joué par David Eignenberg

Capp, Otis et des enfants

Capp, Otis et des enfants


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Réalisateur : Eric Laneuville
Scénariste : Michael A. O'Shea

Guests : Annie Ilonzeh (Emily Foster), Steven Boyer (Jerry Gorsch), Kristen Gutoskie (Chloe), Chris Payne Gilbert (Mark Whittaker), Ellen Adair (Amy Whittaker), David Kwong (Magicien), Robyn Coffin (Cindy Herrmann), Matt Trudeau (Trey Jennings), Randy Flagler (Capp), Anthony Ferraris (Tony), Daniel Kyri (Ritter), Timothy Weinert (Pawson), Will Allan (Sean Morland), Torrey HAnson (George Didrikson), Ronald Von Kampen (Masson Whittaker), Alan  Bovinett (Bixler)

Kidd’s apartment

Severide: You ready?

Kidd: Uh, you tell me. How do I look?

Severide: Breathtaking.

Kidd: Is that a lung joke? A lack-of-oxygen joke.

Severide: Maybe.

Kidd: Yeah? Hmm. Okay. Get it out of your system.


Herrmann: The guy, he manages to be everywhere at once. Doesn't matter where I am in the house. Turn my head, there's Gorsch looking like Dracula.


Boden: I'm aware of the problem.

Herrmann: Now, listen, I know your hands are tied, but... Just, morale takes a hit whenever folks have to go around whispering in their own house, that's all.

Boden: No question about that.

George Didrikson: Morning, Chief.

Boden: Lieutenant.

George Didrikson: Hey, when you have a sec, just noticed a minor hiccup on the schedule that needs to be ironed out.

Boden: What do you got?

George Didrikson: Roster has me down as Commanding Officer for Engine 51 through the end of next month.

Boden: Your retirement.

George Didrikson: I know. You know, I never wanted to leave, but... The way things are with this new regime... Too many aggressive changes.

Boden: It's a loss for the whole house, but... I understand the motivation.

Herrmann: I get it

Firehouse: hallway

Foster: Severide and Kidd were living together but then she moved out.

Brett: Right, to live at Herrmann's. But the two of them are still together.

Foster: This is good. Lot to catch up on. But I gotta put in the work if I want to be known as anything other than the new girl around here.

Common room

Mouch: Price is 20 bucks a pop. Proceeds go to the Greater Chicago Food Depository. Picnic admission includes all-you-can-eat barbecue and a raffle ticket.

Otis: What's the raffle prize?

Mouch: A free ticket to next year's picnic.

Otis: Aww. Come on.


Kidd: What is up, Firehouse 51?

Mouch: There she is! How you feeling, kid?

Kidd: I feel like the Grim Reaper took one look at me, decided to run the other way, you know? I am so ready to get back on that truck.

Casey: Yeah, about that. Chief's orders... He wants you on light duty today. Just one shift.

Kidd: Okay, yeah. Well, whatever you need.

Otis: Trust me, I've been there. The bullpen's not a fire truck, but it has its own brand of action. Call log crises... Inventory drama...


Severide: Hey. I'm all for Kidd taking an extra shift to recover, but what's the deal? The doctor cleared her.

Casey: Gorsch began questioning Boden's approval of the doctor's clearance. Chief chose to hold off just to keep the peace. Sooner or later, the Chief's...

Jerry Gorsch: Morning, folks. Smells good.

Main: Squad 3, Ambulance 61. Vehicle collision, 69-90 US-41.


Cruz: That the only vehicle?

Severide: Looks like it. Guys, let's get that fire out!

Cruz: Copy that!

Severide: Hey, don't move. Don't move. We got you. Can you speak? What's your name?

Mark Whittaker: Mason.

Severide: Mason what?

Mark Whittaker: No. My son, Mason. Where's my son?

Severide: Hey, guys! There could be a victim inside the car! He's still conscious. Major head wound.

Brett: Got him.


Cruz: Hey! Yeah, I found him!

Severide: Capp! Grab the ladder!

Capp: On it.

Severide: Mason, can you hear me, buddy?

Mason Whittaker: It hurts!

Severide: All right, just hang tight, okay? We're gonna get you out.


Brett: There you go, it's okay. It's okay, sir.

Foster: All right, we have a deep laceration, possible cranial fracture.

Mark Whittaker: Mason! Is he alive?

Brett: Sir, I need you to stay down.

Mark Whittaker: What did I do? What did I do? What did I do?


Severide: Hey, Mason. Sit tight, bud. Try not to move too much.

Mason Whittaker: My leg hurts!

Severide: Halligan.

Capp: Yeah, yeah.

Severide: Let's keep that up.

Cruz: Yeah, I got it.

Severide: All right, buddy, coming to get you. Sit tight. All right, bud, we're gonna get you out.

Mason Whittaker: It hurts!

Severide: His leg's impaled!

Capp: I'll grab cutters.

Severide: No, no, no, don't. Too risky in the field. We'll keep him in the car seat, we'll transport him and his dad in the back of the ambo. We'll take care of it at the hospital.

Cruz: Copy that.

Mason Whittaker: I want my dad!

Capp: Watch it, watch it. Tony?

Tony: Got it.

Severide: Here, bud. You're all right....

Firehouse: Boden’s office

Kidd: Uh…Uh, here you go. Uh, I cannot tell one form from another, but apparently they all need your signature.

Boden: I'm much obliged. Now, Stella...

Kidd: Mm-hmm.

Boden: How are you recovering?

Kidd: Little more shook than I expected but, um, I am still ready.

Boden: I'm sorry to side-line you. Things are complicated.

Kidd: Chief, whatever you need, I'm here.

Boden: Good. Why don't y'all do me a favour?

Kidd: Mm-hmm.

Boden: Tell Severide and Casey if they can compile their thoughts on any of the lieutenants that they've worked with at other houses, on other shifts, I need to find a good fit for Engine here at 51.

Kidd: Hey, you got it.

Boden: Okay.

Jerry Gorsch: Sorry to interrupt, but I couldn't help but overhear you talking about a replacement for your Engine Lieutenant.

Boden: Yeah. It's all under control.

Jerry Gorsch: Absolutely. I'm sure whoever you're considering is top-notch, but I have a suggestion that will top them all… Trey Jennings. House 111.

Boden: Not familiar with the name.

Jerry Gorsch: That's unfortunate, because Jennings is, uh... He's a real up-and-comer. He's one of the rising stars of the CFD.

Boden: Is that so? Well, uh, thank you for your recommendation. I'll consider it.

Kidd: Um... Excuse me.

Jerry Gorsch: Look, Chief, I know that the old norms dictate that you have the authority to make the final call on this, so if it makes it easier, you can just think of this as a personal favour to me… Grateful for your cooperation on this. You won't be disappointed.

Chicago Med:

Foster: Six-year-old male, single-car rollover. He was in the back seat and caught some metal in his right leg.

Severide: You say the word and we can cut it loose.

Doctor: Ready to go whenever you are.

Foster: Hey. How you feeling, honey? You still with me?

Mason Whittaker: It hurts.

Foster: I know, I know. But you are being so tough, okay? Now we're gonna get you out of there. You keep your eyes on me. Take deep steady breaths. In and out. In, out. Okay, just like that.

Severide: Okay, you ready? All right, one... Two... Three.

Foster: Eyes on me, come on.

Severide: Okay, we're through.

Foster: It's okay. You did so good.

Severide: Great work, bud.

Doctor: Let's get him to Trauma 3.

Foster: Keep breathing.

Severide: Hey, nice work.

Foster: Thanks. Same to you.

Brett: Father's out of CT.

Severide: How's it looking?

Brett: Looks good. No bleed. He's a little disoriented, but he's okay.

Foster: I'm just gonna restock some supplies. I'll be right back.

Severide: New girl knows her stuff.

Brett: Foster.

Severide: Right. Foster.

Amy Whittaker: Excuse, me I'm looking for my son, Mason Whittaker?

Brett: Yeah, we just brought him in. He has a piece of metal embedded in his leg, but no internal injuries.

Amy Whittaker: Where is he? Can I see him?

Severide: Soon. He's with the trauma team now.

Amy Whittaker: Trauma team? My God, what the hell happened?

Severide: Your husband's SUV lost control. He went off an overpass near the city.

Amy Whittaker: He drove off an overpass?

Severide: That's what it looks like.

Amy Whittaker: Someone call the police. Right now. I-I need to file a report.

Severide: Ma'am?

Amy Whittaker: I-I think... I think my husband crashed that car on purpose. I think he tried to kill our son.

Waiting room

Amy Whittaker: Things got so bad once we separated. Volatile, paranoid.

Officer: Did he ever make any direct threats? About himself or about your son?

Amy Whittaker: About suicide? No. Not specifically, but he had an episode at one of our divorce hearings. Sean Morland, my attorney, he'll verify. Mark broke down, said he couldn't live without Mason. Sean tried to use it as grounds to deny custody.

Officer: Did you notice anything unusual at the scene? Anything to indicate intent?

Severide: Road was empty when we got there. No other cars. No reason why he'd suddenly jerk the wheel and drive off an overpass.

Foster: When we were treating him, he kept saying, "What did I do? What did I do?"

Brett: Also the way he was ejected. There's a good chance he wasn't wearing a seatbelt.

Severide: Tracks of a suicide attempt.

Amy Whittaker: So what now?

Officer: Well, I have all your statements. We'll look into it.

Severide: Sorry, you'll "look into it"? Possible murder attempt, that's all you've got?

Officer: I understand the concern, but there's not much I can do without hard evidence of a crime. I'll see if there's more I can find. For now, your son is safe.

Firehouse: Casey’s office

Casey: Chief?

Boden: Okay. Trey Jennings. Engine Lieutenant.

Casey: Who?

Boden: You don't know him.

Casey: Not on my radar. Must not be from one of the busier houses or I'm sure our paths would have crossed. Someone you're considering for Engine Lieutenant?

Boden: His name was brought up as a recommendation by ADC Gorsch.

Casey: Ah. Copy that. Why him? I can think of five or six names just off the top of my head who'd be a more obvious fit.

Boden: No idea, but... I would like to find out.

Casey: I'll make some calls. If I can ask, are you looking for a reason to say yes or a reason to say no?

Boden: Neither. I just want to know whether it's a hill I'm ready to die on.


Severide: Hey, guys? I want an incident report from each of you. Tell me everything you saw on that call. Don't leave any details out.

Tony: Copy that.

Cruz: You got it, Lieutenant.

Kidd: Something up?

Severide: A possible murder-suicide attempt. Father and six-year-old kid.

Kidd: Ah.

Severide: Might need help with research later if you got time.

Kidd: Oh, whatever you need.


Cruz: Hey, you want a hand with that?

Chloe: Do you mind? I'm worried they're gonna tip over. They're already a little lopsided as it is. Have you seen the show "Nailed It"? I tried to... Let's just say I didn't nail it.

Cruz: Okay.

Chloe: Uh, I don't know if you remember me. You helped pull me out of the tower fire.

Cruz: That's right. I do. Chloe, was it?

Chloe: Yep, that's me.

Cruz: How, uh... How you feeling? You recovering okay?

Chloe: Lot to rebuild, but I'm getting there.

Cruz: Of course.

Chloe: I just... I had to bring these over to say, you know, thank you for saving my life, and...

Cruz: Oh, I... you didn't need to bring us anything.

Chloe: Oh, it was nothing. Actually, I work in that building right there, so I was close. Well... I guess I should go. I don't want to take up more of your time, so...

Cruz: Oh, no trouble at all. Uh, take care of yourself, and thanks again for the pops.

Chloe: Bye.


Otis: What was that?

Cruz: What was what?

Otis: Cruz, how could you not notice that girl was into you? She was practically leaping into your arms.

Cruz: She was just being nice.

Otis: That was more than just "nice."

Cruz: Why, because she brought cake pops?

Main: Truck 81, ambo 61, industrial accident, 1402 West 45th Street. "Weird World Industries."


Herrmann: "Weird World Industries." What the heck kind of factory is this?

Casey: Otis, hang back till we know what we're dealing with here.

Otis: Copy that.

Casey: Fire department!

Magician assistant: Thank goodness you're here. Follow me.


Magician assistant: I tried to tell him that he was in over his head, that it couldn't be done, but that just drove him to try harder.

Casey: Try what? Otis, extinguishers.

Otis: Copy that.

Casey: Uh, sir? Can you hear me?

Magician assistant: He's got a gag on.

Casey: Oh, okay. Well, knock twice if you can hear...

Magician assistant: No, no, he's wearing a straight jacket.

Casey: Damn it.

Otis: Whoa.

Casey: Otis! Get to it… Got him. How you doing? You okay?

Magician: I'm... Gonna need non-disclosure agreements from every single one of you.


Otis: Just give me a hint. Is it mirrors? Trap doors?

Magician: It's magic.

Otis: Okay.

Magician: Here.

Otis: Ooh. Where'd it go?

Foster: When I get back from med, I'll tell you some stories. I used to date a magician back in college. Learned some tricks.

Otis: Really? Was he a professional?

Foster: Oh, yeah. He was a real staple down at the club around town. You buy me a drink and I'll tell you how he made our relationship... Disappear.


Trey Jennings: How we looking?

Casey: All clear. Just a small pyrotechnic mishap. Nothing we couldn't handle with extinguishers.

Trey Jennings: Perfect, thanks for knocking it down. Cowan, Bixler, you wanna run in, give it the overhaul a once-over and make sure we don't have any surprises once we leave?

Cowan: Sure thing, Lieutenant.

Trey Jennings: Trey Jennings. Don't believe we've met.

Casey: Matt Casey, pleasure.

Mouch: Engine 111. Aren't you guys up in Edison Park? Little far from home.

Trey Jennings: Heard a rumour I was on some sort of short list to replace your Engine Lieutenant. I got curious, so I asked dispatch to pair us together with the next call. Got to say, I'm impressed how fast you guys handled that.

Casey: We're not your average house, huh?

Trey Jennings: That's what I hear. Very cool. Look forward to learning more. I should go take point on this overhaul, but, uh, it was really good meeting you guys. Catch you on the next one.

Casey: Yeah.

Herrmann: Hey, nice guy.

Mouch: Not what I would have figured given who he's related to.

Casey: What do you mean?

Mouch: Oh, that guy? He's Gorsch's brother-in-law.

Severide’s office

Kidd: Got those collision studies.

Severide: You can just set them on the desk. Thanks.

Kidd: You keep staring at those photos, you're gonna give yourself a migraine.

Severide: Hey, come here. Let me show you this… So you have a concrete pylon here, and then skid-marks here. Wouldn't you speed up instead of hit your brakes if you wanted to kill yourself?

Kidd: Maybe he didn't have a plan. Maybe he got cold feet until the last minute. Do you think it was an accident?

Severide: Still no reason he'd take a dive off that overpass.

Kidd: Mm-hmm. Kelly, I know you want to crack this, but there... There's not much that you have to work from. You know, you saved Mason's life. You did your part… All right.

Boden’s office

Casey: They're related… This Jennings guy is Gorsch's brother-in-law. That's his angle... Nepotism.

Boden: How'd he handle the call?

Casey: Decent, thorough. Nothing obvious I'd ding him on.

Boden: You do me a favour? You keep a firm lid on this. If I'm gonna go all-knives-out on Gorsch, I'm gonna need to be prepared.

Casey: Copy that, Chief.


Foster: Oh, these are legit. Where'd these come from?

Cruz: Uh, a victim from the high-rise fire brought them in.

Foster: Well, damn.

Cruz: Hey. Can I ask you something?

Foster: Shoot.

Cruz: Okay, so, this girl... She's cute. How would I know whether she came by to say thank you to the whole house or whether she came by because she's interested in me?

Foster: What does your gut say?

Cruz: Given my history, my gut is the worst possible indicator. I need a female perspective. I would ask Brett, but...

Foster: Oh, snap. The two of you...

Cruz: It was a while ago. That door is closed. I just try to steer clear of it as much as I can.

Foster: I hear you, okay? So... So this girl, did she hint at anything? Like, you know, going out on a date?

Cruz: Uh, she pointed out where she works.  Close by. Maybe that was an invitation?

Foster: Uh, it's hard to say. I wasn't there. Okay, the real question is: would you be interested?

Cruz: Well... Yeah, for sure.

Foster: Okay, well, there you go. And you know where to find her.

Cruz: Mm... I'm thinking about it.

Foster: Okay. I'm gonna let you ponder that.


Paxson: Mouch! Just the man I'm looking for.

Mouch: Lieutenant.

Paxson: So I hear they put you in charge of selling tickets for the CFD picnic this year.

Mouch: They did. Happy to do it. You're picking up for your whole crew, correct?

Paxson: Yep. I put this one on me. Figure I give them enough grief for the rest of the year. It's the least I could do.

Mouch: Uh, I feel like I'm missing a pair. I didn't see any for Ritter in there.

Paxson: Ritter. Oh, you mean the candidate. Yeah, he's a no-go.

Mouch: What, he... He's not coming to the picnic?

Paxson: Not with our company, he's not. He's a decent kid but, I mean, you saw him in that tower fire. He totally froze up. I had to kick him back to the floater pool.

Mouch: Yeah, no, sure.

Paxson: Thanks for these. Catch you at the picnic?

Mouch: You bet.


Sean Morland: 'Scuse me? I'm looking for a Lieutenant Severide. Is this the right house?

Severide: You found him.

Sean Morland: Sean Morland. I represent Ms. Amy Whittaker in her divorce.

Severide: The department can give you my report.

Sean Morland: Yeah, official reports, they're dry. I'm interested in the human perspective. Is this okay? Now, am I correct, Lieutenant, that Mr. Whittaker made no attempt to rescue his son prior to your arrival?

Severide: He was barely conscious.

Sean Morland: Oh, sure, but I'm sure that at the moment you arrived he told you Mason was in the car, right?

Severide: Not exactly. He was asking where Mason was.

Sean Morland: He asked? Like, he didn't know? That's odd, right?

Severide: Not considering the extent of his injuries.

Sean Morland: Sorry, have you seen vehicular suicides before in your line of work, Lieutenant?

Severide: I have.

Sean Morland: Yeah, so it wouldn't be an unusual phenomenon for someone with a history of depression.

Severide: Look, I can tell you about the position of the car. I can tell you how we did the rescue. I can't answer questions about what could have been going on in someone's head.

Sean Morland: I hear where you're coming from. No one's ever gonna really know what happened in that car except Mr. Whittaker and the Almighty. Now, it's my job to present the narrative that scores the best outcome for my client.

Severide: The narrative? You're talking about a family. We're done here.

Sean Morland: Understood. Thanks for your time.

Boden’s office

Herrmann: Morning, Chief. I'm about to head out but just reminding: we're giving Didrikson a proper send-off tonight at the bar.

Boden: Yeah, yeah. I'll be there.

Herrmann: Gorsch already gone?

Boden: Thought I saw him leave. It's hard to know. He likes to keep us on our toes.

Herrmann: So... Hey. How are things going, then? This, um, Jennings character... Is he coming over?

Boden: Not on my watch.

Herrmann: Okay. Um, then what? Not to overstep, okay? But if you refuse to play ball with Gorsch... What happens with the rest of us?

Boden: I don't have a choice, Herrmann.

Herrmann: Um, that's not true. I met Jennings... He's fine. He's capable. Has the respect of his crew.

Boden: That's beside the point. I have to draw a line. I won't let Jerry Gorsch call the shots in my own damn firehouse.

Herrmann: Chief... I say this out of love... That's your pride talking… You... Are bigger than this. You need to make the best choice for the house long-term, and if that means you hiring some solid, good lieutenant and keeping the peace... That's fine. Who cares where this guy came from?

Boden: Thank you, Herrmann.

Chloe’s work

Receptionist: Can I help you?

Cruz: Oh. Yes, hi. Um, I'm looking for Chloe... You know, what I don't even know her last name.

Receptionist: Who can I say is looking for her?

Cruz: Oh, uh, I'm Joe Cruz. I'm...

Receptionist: I know who you are. You're the guy with the smile. That one… I'll get her.

Cruz: Thank you.

Receptionist: Chloe... Joe Cruz is here.

Chloe: Hi.

Cruz: Hey. Um, I... I'm so sorry if I'm, um...

Chloe: Oh, no, it's okay. Really, uh...

Cruz: Hey, um... I don't know if this is the sort of thing that might interest you, but, uh, the department is having a charity picnic, and I thought...

Chloe: Yes.

Cruz: Yes?

Chloe: I'd love to.


Mouch: "Extreme density training smoke." Wonder if you can use that to flavour a brisket.

Ritter: Hey, Mouch! It's good to see you, man.

Mouch: Good to see you, Ritter.

Ritter: What brings you by the depot? Picking up an order?

Mouch: Nah. Came to see you, actually. Hoping to strong-arm you into buying some tickets to the charity picnic this weekend.

Ritter: Uh, well, I appreciate that... I do... But I don't think I'm gonna make it, though. Maybe you've noticed, I'm not with Engine 37 anymore.

Mouch: Yeah, I heard.

Ritter: Paxson kicked me to the floater pool. They got me doing a day here and then a week of desk-duty at the academy.

Mouch: You'll get a permanent assignment soon enough. Give it time.

Ritter: Yeah, maybe. But Paxson gave me a pretty brutal review. Try to stay positive, but...

Mouch: Well, just takes time to work your way back into their good graces… I watched you pull a man out of a burning high-rise. One of the worst fires I've seen in a while. Saved his life.

Ritter: Well, you're skipping over the part where I froze.

Mouch: There's not a firefighter in this department who hasn't had a moment of panic. A moment they're ashamed of. We stumble, we fall, then we get up again.

Ritter: I hear what you're saying. It makes sense. I'm just trying to sort through it all.

Mouch: Just come to the picnic. On me. Some folks there I want you to meet. Guys that picked me up when I fell.

Ritter: Yeah, maybe. I'll see.

Mouch: No "maybes." Be there.

Radio: Ritter to the second floor. Ritter to the second floor.

Ritter: I gotta get back to it. Look, thanks for coming by, Mouch. You're a good guy.

Mouch: Yeah, no problem.

Chicago Med: PICU

Kidd: Okay wait… Um... Maybe we should come back later?

Mark Whittaker: Excuse me, are you the firefighter? The one who saved my boy?

Severide: Yeah, I just came to check on him, see how he's doing. We brought him this.

Mark Whittaker: That's great. I think he'll like it. He's talked a lot about you and the other firefighters. I think he's got a new career goal for when he grows up.

Kidd: How's his condition?

Mark Whittaker: He's, uh... He's recovering well, though the doctor said he's still looking at weeks of rehab.

Kidd: Well, anything that we can do to help, you know, just let us know.

Mark Whittaker: I appreciate that, thank you.

Kidd: Yeah.

Mark Whittaker: I would never hurt my boy. I hope that you know that.

Severide: I'm not the police. I'm not someone you need to convince.

Mark Whittaker: No, but you were there. You saved my boy's life. It matters that you know… It was an accident. We were just driving along... And suddenly Mason shrieked like... Like he saw something. I turned to check on him, and when I turned back... In the road, I saw a shape. Deer, I don't know. I swerved to try and avoid it. I couldn't react quick enough and... The rest is a blur.

Kidd: And you told the police all that?

Mark Whittaker: Yeah, I told them and they wrote it down. No one's filing criminal charges but family court's different. It's not the same burden of proof, and my wife's lawyer smelled blood. I don't have any evidence to back up my story. All I have is my word, and I'm... Praying that it's enough, because the idea that I might lose my son forever over this... It... Honest to God, it terrifies me.

Mason Whittaker: Daddy...

Mark Whittaker: Let me just tell him that you're here.

Severide: Yeah, sure.

Mark Whittaker: Hey, look what they brought you.

Kidd: Do you believe him?

Severide: Deer wandering that deep into the city?

Kidd: Yeah.

Severide: But if he's right, he's about to lose his kid over an accident.

Kidd: What say we... Skip our dinner plans tonight? Maybe, uh, pick up some drive-thru and head back to the accident site… Yeah.


Kidd: Yeah, I see what you mean. Just took a sharp turn out of nowhere.

Severide: You see anything unusual?

Kidd: There's no hoof prints on the pavement, if that's what we're looking for.

Severide: If they made contact with the deer, it could have stumbled off bleeding.

Kidd: Okay. Let me ask you this, though: How far are you willing to go for this? Just the way that you've been on it since hour one and the way that you bit that lawyer's head off.

Severide: It's... It's hard to explain what something like this does to a kid. Mom and Dad both going at each other, accusations flying. Everything around you just... Falling apart… It affects you. If I can help Mason, I want to.

Kidd: I hear that… I do think that before we go any further, we should just put some...

Severide: Stella.

Kidd: Damn.

Severide: Let's take some pictures.

Chicago Med: PICU

Severide: Ms. Whittaker?

Amy Whittaker: Lieutenant Severide. You came at the perfect time. The doctor just told me they expect Mason to be discharged today. And, with rehab, they expect him to make a full recovery.

Severide: That's great.

Amy Whittaker: Sorry you had to see me at my worst. These past few days, it's felt like... The whole world was coming apart.

Severide: There's nothing to apologize for.

Amy Whittaker: My attorney told me he spoke to you. Said you'd been very helpful. Even with circumstantial evidence, he's confident the accident will go a long way towards getting me sole custody.

Severide: About that, Ms. Whittaker. I found something that might make a difference for you.

Amy Whittaker: Okay, what is it?

Severide: I came to the hospital last night. I saw your husband... He told me everything he remembered from the crash. He told me that he saw a deer in the road. That's why he swerved.

Amy Whittaker: A deer in the middle of the city.

Severide: I know, I know. It seemed off to me, too, until I went back to the scene and I found this… There was no other reason for him to swerve.

Amy Whittaker: It was an accident.

Severide: I have no reason to believe that your husband wanted to hurt Mason. None at all.

Amy Whittaker: How did I get here? I was so scared. I think I'm losing my mind.

Severide: You're not. You're in the middle of a crisis. You're looking out for your son. You've got lawyers in the mix doing anything to win. Something's gotta give.

Amy Whittaker: I hate that Mason's caught in the middle.

Severide: He's got two parents who want the best for him… Not every kid has that.

Amy Whittaker: Thank you. For everything.

Severide: Yeah.


Mouch: Thanks for coming.

Magician: Ladies and gentlemen, watch. Watch very carefully.

Otis: Like I was saying, not to get pedantic about it but the golden age of magic is over, I mean, with today's technology the entire industry's like... 30% sleight-of-hand, 70% engineering.

Capp: Uh-huh.

Magician: Thank you.

Otis: Yeah.


Boden: Can I have a beer, please?

Bartender: There you go.

Jerry Gorsch: Good turnout. Should have got Huffhines on this. It would have made a nice spread for the weekly press.

Boden: Yeah, well, we're here for charity, not publicity.

Jerry Gorsch: No, you're absolutely right. By the way, the Commissioner sends his apologies. He's got a big conference down in Springfield. Duty has to come first, you know.

Boden: Yeah, I wouldn't expect anything less.

Jerry Gorsch: The good news is, I spoke to him about putting Trey in the Lieutenant's seat at 51.

Boden: Trey.

Jerry Gorsch: Oh, sorry. Uh, Lieutenant Jennings. Anyway, it's got the big man's blessing, so green light. When's the big announcement?

Boden: Today.

Jerry Gorsch: Good. Excellent. I'll let Trey know.


Mouch: Thanks for coming.


Foster: Nobody watch, you guys. I'm awful.

Herrmann: Hey. Foster, listen... Don't sweat it, all right?

Foster: Okay.

Herrmann: You got this. Everybody's rooting for you!

Foster: Okay...

All: One, two, and... Oh.

Foster: Did I make it?

Herrmann: Uh, yeah. Great effort.


Boden: Uh, hello?

Herrmann: All right, Boden time.

Boden: If you don't mind, gather around. Uh, yeah, gather around. Um... Good afternoon, ladies and gentlemen. I don't want to take up too much of your time away from fried food and games, but I'd be remiss if I didn't say a few words. As I look around and I see members from this department come together with their family members for a common cause, I am reminded of why it is that we do the work that we do, take the risks that we take. It's for the community. There's no room for ego or ambition. Just selfless determination. And that is a quality that is embodied in Engine 51 outgoing lieutenant, George Didrikson. Didrikson, where are you? Oh, there he is! Come on, give it up… Lieutenant Didrikson... Is leaving behind some big-ass shoes to fill... Trust me. Fortunately for me, I didn't have to look too far. And that is why I am proud to announce... That Christopher Herrmann will be taking over as the next lieutenant on Engine 51.

Cruz: What?

Otis: Way to go, Herrmann!


Jerry Gorsch: That was unexpected.

Boden: I thank you for your suggestion. You know, in the end, I felt it best we go with someone who had experience in the house. Someone, well... Someone I could trust.

Jerry Gorsch: Of course. It's a bold choice, Chief. Excuse me a moment while I brief the Commissioner on this.

Boden: Yeah, you do that.


Herrmann: Chief...

Boden: Yeah.

Herrmann: I don't know what to say.

Boden: Well, your name has been on the lieutenant's list for a while. It's about time you got your shot.

Herrmann: I give you my word... I will not let you down.

Boden: I know you won't.

Herrmann: Yeah.

Severide’s car

Severide: April, if you still want to hit this picnic, Stella's already there. She wants you to come. I'm, uh... I'm waiting outside of Med. It's, uh, free barbecue, so let's get a move-on.

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schumi  (25.11.2020 à 09:55)

L'intrigue avec la famille doublement brisée (divorce et accident) était très crédible et touchante. J'ai bien cru que le père allait être séparé de ses enfants à tort car je croyais en son innocence depuis le début.

Bravo Harmann mais je pense que ça va pas être facile pour lui! Il va falloir gagner en charisme et réussir à s'imposer sans se laisser marcher sur les pieds.

Sevnol  (02.02.2020 à 21:49)

Petite romance pour Cruz ^^ ? Ce serait cool en tout cas, j'espère que ça va évoluer et durer parce que le pauvre, il est pas très chanceux en amour.

L'intervention avec le père et le fils et la vérité dévoilée sur l'accident a permis à une famille de se réunir. Heureusement que Severide et Stella ont trouvé le daim, sinon la mère aurait complètement brisé la famille à jamais.

Et félicitations à Hermann, trop contente de le voir promu lieutenant ! Ahah et la tête de Jerry à cette annonce, juste epic ^^

natas  (19.10.2018 à 19:53)

J'ai apprécier cet épisode, de bon début d'intrigue. Des personnage sympatique, des amourette. Mouch qui coach le jeune stagiaire ! La fin avec l'annonce surprise, je ne l'ai pas vu venir et je suis vraiment contente ! trop trop chou évidemment Kelly qui aide cette famille et qui du coup réfléchit sûrrement à en fonder une ! génial^^


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