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#717 : Déplacer un mur

De fortes tensions apparaissent entre Casey et Herrmann après l'intervention des pompiers dans un complexe d'appartements. Après avoir découvert quelque chose de suspect pendant l'invervention, Kidd et Severide enquêtent et impliquent la police de Chicago dans l'affaire. Brett a du mal à gérer ses émotions pendant que la femme d'Herrmann, Cindy, espère se lancer dans la rénovation d'intérieur en redécorant la pièce commune de la caserne.


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Titre VO
Move A Wall

Titre VF
Déplacer un mur

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Les pompiers en action

Les pompiers en action

Matt Casey (Jesse Spencer) et le nouveau pompier

Matt Casey (Jesse Spencer) et le nouveau pompier

Matt Casey (Jesse Spencer)

Matt Casey (Jesse Spencer)

Le chef Boden fait son debrief

Le chef Boden fait son debrief

Matt Casey (Jesse Spencer)

Matt Casey (Jesse Spencer)

Herrmann (David Eignerberg)

Herrmann (David Eignerberg)

Herrmann, contrarié

Herrmann, contrarié

Kidd, Boden et Casey

Kidd, Boden et Casey

Un pompier

Un pompier

La cserne 51 en action

La cserne 51 en action

Boden débrief

Boden débrief

Sylvie Brett (Kara Kilmer)

Sylvie Brett (Kara Kilmer)

Herrmann et un pompier

Herrmann et un pompier

Herrmann devant une voiture

Herrmann devant une voiture

Les pompiers regardent quelque chose

Les pompiers regardent quelque chose

Boden et Ritter

Boden et Ritter

Boden, Kidd en action

Boden, Kidd en action


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Réalisatrice : Olivia Newman

Scénario : Derek Haas

Guests : Tracy Spiridakos (Hailey Upton), Robyn Coffin (Cindy Herrmann), Randy Flagler (Capp), Daniel Kyri (Ritter), Anthony Ferraris (Tony), Mike Doherty (Doherty), Aaron Munoz (Kevin Klinginpill), Morgan McCabe (Marylou), Esteban Andres Cruz (Michael Neuvavillegas)

Brett’s bedroom

Cruz: Good morning!

Otis: You know what this is, Brett? This is your social calendar for the rest of the week.

Brett: No.

Otis: Ah, ah, ah, ah, ah! Tomorrow night, Top Golf!

Cruz: Friday is Prime and Provisions.

Otis: Saturday Shift.

Cruz: Mm-hmm.

Otis: But Sunday, well, Molly's of course, but after that, there is a "My Neighbour Totoro" screening at the Siskel. Now.

Cruz: Huh.

Brett: You guys really don't have to do this.

Cruz: Nah, ah, ah, ah! You have no say. You are our roomdog and you are stuck with us for the rest of the week.

Otis: Now get up, get dressed, and get in the car 'cause we are getting pancakes at the Palace before shift!

Cruz: Palace pancakes!

Otis: Whoo!

Brett: Fine. Thank you.

Firehouse: Briefing room

Boden: Okay, let's see. Kidd, Zvonacek, Capp, Cruz, your CPR certification is up. Get me renewal cards in the next two weeks or you and I will have words… Get it done. Okay, let's get out there and...

Herrmann: Hey!

Boden: Yes, Lieutenant Herrmann.

Herrmann: Okay, uh, thank you. Um, so as some of you know, Cindy gave up her career when we got married and started a family 16 years ago.

Otis: What was her career?

Herrmann: Uh, interior design.

Brett: Really?

Herrmann: Really really. Now that our youngest is in kindergarten, um, she has decided she wanted to start it back up. So she has generously offered to, uh... Redesign the common room.

Mouch: Oh, no, no, no, no, no, no.

Cruz: I'm sorry, that's just...

Herrmann: Now... Now listen! You just... Just... Don't dig in, be open to change, and let's just... Let's just help her out, all right?

Cruz: You're the most un-open to change personin the entire CFD!

Main: Engine 51, Truck 81, Squad 3...

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

Main: Apartment Fire, 483 West Armitage.

Engine 51

Herrmann: All right, looks like this one's cooking. We're going to work, boys.

Doherty: Hydrant's blocked, Lieutenant.

Herrmann: Ah! All right, hey. Let's park over there. We'll tie it into that hydrant. We're going to have to hose across the street.


Boden: Looks like we got 20 to 24 units. Fire's concentrated in the back.

Severide: We'll take the fire floor.

Casey: Kidd, go with squad.

Kidd: Yeah.

Boden: We'll clear below.

Herrmann: Hey! What was that? Sorry, I was parking.

Casey: Follow us in.

Herrmann: Hey, Ritter! You're with truck! Clarence, grab another inch and 3/4 line. We'll support squad.

Clarence: Copy that.

Ritter: Copy, Lieutenant.

Herrmann: Hey!

Boden: Hey, man, you okay?

Herrmann: Hey, come on.

Casey: The hell, Herrmann? Dragging lines across the street?

Herrmann: Nah, Captain, the hydrant was blocked so we just...

Casey: You just put this rescue in jeopardy! Ritter, you okay?

Ritter: It's my shoulder.

Casey: Get it checked out. We still need a line in this fire!

Herrmann: All right. Clarence, Jesse, get the slack out of this line. Let's go. Hey, listen. This is on me. Go get yourself checked. Go. You too, cover the left. Let's get some water on it.


Severide: Fire department, call out! Go, go, go, go!

Kidd: Fire department!

Severide: Fire department, call out! Call out! Ma'am! You okay?

Marylou: I left my soldering iron on. I went to wash my paint brushes. Everything went up so fast.

Severide: Is anyone else here?

Marylou: No, it's just me, but the neighbours!

Cruz: We'll get them! Just stay down!

Kidd: Fire department, call out!

Severide: Kidd, let's go! Engine's gonna hit the fire.

Kidd: Copy.

Severide: Hey! Hey, what the hell are you doing?

Kidd: I don't...

Severide: Let's go!

Kidd: All right!

Severide: Move it!


Cruz: Take care.

Marylou: Thank you so much.

Cruz: Lady had a real arts and crafts fest going on in her apartment. Left the soldering iron burning near paint cans.

Herrmann: Fire's knocked out, Chief.

Casey: You know what a good engine lieutenant does, Herrmann? He doesn't add to the incident. Ritter's on his way to Med right now because of where you parked. Who knows when he'll be back?

Boden: Okay, Truck 87, Engine 90. You're up on overhaul.

Main: Copy that, chief.

Kidd: Chief, I got to get back in there. I got to...

Casey: Kidd, you heard him. Pack the rigs! Follow orders!

Firehouse: garage

Otis: There she is.

Mouch: Cindy!

Otis: Hey, Cindy.

Cindy Herrmann: Hey, fellas.

Herrmann: Hey, honey.

Cindy Herrmann: What's wrong?

Herrmann: Nothing, it... It's just, um... Maybe it's not such a good day to do this whole interior design rigamarole.

Cindy Herrmann: Oh… Yeah, no. I understand.

Herrmann: Y-you know what? No. We wait for the ideal time at a firehouse, we're gonna be waiting all year. So forget what I said, all right? You go ahead and you do what you came here to do.

Cindy Herrmann: Really?

Herrmann: Yeah.

Cindy Herrmann: Great! Okay.

Firehouse: Boden’s office

Casey: You wanted to see me, Chief?

Boden: Yeah, close the door… Is there any particular reason you lit up Herrmann so badly at the incident?

Casey: Engine 51 was not positioned correctly. Hoses should not have been crossing the street or the street should've been secured. Either way, that's on Herrmann.

Boden: And you're sure that it's not something else?

Casey: Sometimes being Captain means having to be hard on the firefighters underneath me. You taught me that. Even when those firefighters are best friends with my chief.

Boden: Fair enough. Dismissed.

Severide: He's not wrong.

Boden: And that is not how Casey behaves at a scene. So neither am I.

Kidd: Chief.

Boden: Yeah.

Kidd: Um... I saw something in the apartment building on our last call. There was this secret room inside one of the apartments. Um, there were two beds… I just got a bad hit, like it might be some kind of child endangerment deal. I was thinking I might call CPD.

Boden: That's a good idea. That's for letting me know. Keep me in the loop.

Kidd: Will do, Chief.

Boden: Go ahead.

Firehouse: bullpen

Severide: That room I pulled you out of?

Kidd: Yeah.

Severide: Are you sure it wasn't a club house, a fort? You know how kids are.

Kidd: No, I don't think so. I mean, this was creepy.

Firehouse: hallway

Severide: Well, go with your gut then.

Firehouse: kitchen

Mouch: So Cindy, what kind of style are you thinking about here?

Cindy Herrmann: Well, what I like to do is take in the room and see how it speaks to me. Is it organically imperfect? Should I go for a maximalist approach? Is personality paramount or should I scale back with more of a new traditional patina?

Mouch: Okay, thank you.

Cindy Herrmann: Guys? I want to gather all of your input, one at a time, where you can speak freely and openly about what this room means to you. That'll help me center my design. Sound good?

Mouch: Absolutely.

Cruz: Yeah, sure.

Otis: Great. Can't wait.


Mouch: First and foremost is the couch. Now I'm not saying this one can't be improved upon but this one cannot be improved upon.

Cruz: That couch has got to go.

Otis: Don't get me started on these chairs, okay? It's like sitting on sandpaper.

Foster: I'm just going to go ahead and say it. This place was made for men by men. It's, like, 1987 in here.

Cruz: Maybe a game's cabinet or a dart board. Ooh, or a shuffleboard. Or both!

Brett: I have always said this place can be functional but look like adult's work here.

Capp: I don't care what you do.

Brett: Also if you need an assistant, like a... Like a sous-chef, I'm your girl. I need this right now.

Mouch: Seriously, don't touch the couch.

Firehouse: garage

Hailey Upton: Stella. Hey!

Kidd: Hey. Thanks for coming.

Hailey Upton: Yeah, of course. What's going on?

Kidd: So, uh, we were on a call this morning. I moved the couch away from a wall and I saw this little door and, uh, I was about to leave but... I mean, I just got this feeling, you know? So I opened it and it was, like, a secret room. There were, like, a couple of plates of half-eaten food and this was on the outside of the door. So, anyway, I... Look, I'm telling you that something bad was going on in that apartment.

Severide: Stella has great instincts. If she thinks there was something bad going on, then there was.

Hailey Upton: Can you show me the site?

Kidd: Casey! Hey, can I show Upton the site from this morning?

Casey: What's going on?

Severide: We think there might've been some child endangerment situation in the last room we searched.

Kidd: Yeah, I just want to show her what I saw and then we'll leave it up to her from there.

Casey: Yeah, of course. Keep your radio on, we'll come pick you up if we get a call.

Kidd: All right.

Hailey Upton: Ride with me?

Kidd: Yeah.


Kidd: Okay, it was right... Right here… Damn it, I... It's gone. But it... It was here. I didn't make it up.

Hailey Upton: Okay, uh... Well, I'll call the building owner and I'll follow up with whoever was renting the unit but I've got to be honest, there's no evidence of a crime here.

Kidd: Look, I... I realize...

Hailey Upton: You didn't witness any wrongdoing either… Okay. Look, I'm sympathetic. I am. I follow my instincts too. I have my whole career but without a crime, much less a victim, I'm a little behind the eight ball.

Kidd: I understand.

Severide: You'll follow up though?

Hailey Upton: Yeah. I'll let you know as soon as I have anything to report.

Severide: Thank you.

Firehouse: garage

Kidd: Thanks… Kelly. Thank you, you know, for... For supporting me today.

Severide: Anytime.

Firehouse: entrance

Casey: Ritter.

Ritter: Captain. Hey, just, uh, came to tell Herrmann you know, it's a sprain, gonna be fine. Uh, the doctor's saying to rest it a couple of shifts but...

Casey: No problem. Go home.

Ritter: Oh, but should I tell Herrmann?

Casey: I'll tell him.

Ritter: Okay. Captain, just so you know, there was a vehicle completely blocking the nearest hydrant and things were happening fast and, you know, Herrmann just wanted to make sure you had support before you rushed into the building.

Casey: Got it.

Ritter: Okay.

Firehouse: kitchen

Foster: Are you asking first and third shifts their opinions too, Cindy?

Cindy Herrmann: If I have time.

Mouch: Oh, is there some kind of pressing time limit?

Cindy Herrmann: Christopher didn't tell you?

Mouch: Nah.

Cindy Herrmann: My friend Gwen, her daughter works for Chicago Home Spread.

Brett: No way! That's my favourite magazine. Their centerfolds are legendary.

Cindy Herrmann: They're going to do a photo shoot this Saturday.

Otis: That's our next shift.

Cindy Herrmann: Exactly.

Herrmann: Um, hey, honey. I was just thinking, um, you know, our family room... It hasn't been upgraded in I don't know how long. But maybe we should... I'm just, you know, thinking out loud here, but, uh, maybe we should start there.

Cindy Herrmann: Well, honey, while I think that's a great idea for down the road, my friend Gwen has already pitched this as a firehouse makeover. So I think I should stick to Plan A.

Herrmann: Uh, right. No, totally.

Capp: Herrmann, Boden is looking for you.

Firehouse: Boden’s office

Herrmann: Chief.

Boden: Hey, Herrmann. Just wanted to let you know that Ritter is going to be out a couple of shifts, so 51 is going to need a floater.

Herrmann: All right, what's the prognosis?

Boden: Minor sprain but the doctors said to rest it.

Herrmann: All right, well, that's good at least. Um, I'll take, uh, a look at the floater pool and see if any names stick out.

Boden: Casey's already selected someone named Klinginpill.

Herrmann: Casey selected… Isn't the engine lieutenant supposed to pick his floater replacement?

Outside the firehouse

Herrmann: Captain! Uh, maybe I heard wrong, but, uh, Boden was telling me that you picked a floater for Ritter's spot on Engine.

Casey: Yeah, Ritter's gonna be out a couple of shifts so I expedited the process. There were a bunch of reserves on there, I chose one.

Herrmann: That's engine lieutenant's job.

Casey: Well, I guess I helped you out then.

Herrmann: Uh, you didn't actually. You picked Kevin Klinginpill, who I happen to know is a loafer who got booted off of Engine 77 six months ago and you know how I know that? I called around and actually did my homework.

Casey: Is that right?

Herrmann: Yeah.

Boden: Is there a problem here?

Herrmann: Nah, Chief.

Casey: An engine lieutenant popping off to a Captain in any other house would be written up.


Hailey Upton: Hey.

Kidd: Hey!

Hailey Upton: I have an update.

Severide: Okay.

Hailey Upton: So I talked to the owner from the burnt out apartment building, Kira Anderson. She uses a management company to rent out and maintain the apartments. The management company is Pine Grove Consulting. They said unit 106 was rented out by a Mike Nunez but he left unexpectedly about a month ago.

Kidd: Do they have a forwarding address?

Hailey Upton: No and he paid all his rent in cash. I ran the name Mike Nunez through the system and no one matches the description Pine Grove gave us of the tenant.

Severide: So a dead end.

Hailey Upton: Basically. Look, I'm not saying nothing ever happened in that apartment. I'm just saying realistically, we might not ever know what did. I've taken this as far as I can go. I'm sorry.

Kidd: No, thank you for, uh, for helping out.

Severide: Yeah, appreciate it.

Hailey Upton: You go it. Anytime.

The Herrmann’s house: living room

Cindy Herrmann: The thing about a set floor plan and not being able to move a wall is you have to work within the space… Unless I could move a wall. Like between the common room and the briefing room, that would really open up the space… I thought maybe we could do something like this?

Herrmann: Sure. Yeah.

Cindy Herrmann: Christopher.

Herrmann: What?

The Herrmann’s house: porch

Herrmann: Hey.

Boden: Hey, you got a minute?

Herrmann: Of course, Chief, come on. Come on. Hey, you need a beer or something?

Boden: Yeah, sure.

The Herrmann’s house: kitchen

Herrmann: All right. So what can I do for you?

Boden: You know, I just thought I'd come in and check in on you.

Herrmann: Ah, yeah. All good. Long shift.

Boden: Yeah, I know.

Herrmann: All right, fine. Look, here's the deal. See, I was mad at myself the moment that that numbnuts ran over the hose and it got yanked out of Ritter's hand. I realized that I'd screwed up but I didn't need to hear it from Casey. I was already beating  myself up plenty. Trust me.

Boden: Look, I'm not going to betray a confidence so I won't go into detail, but... Casey's dealing with more than you know.

Herrmann: Is he all right?

Boden: He'll get there.

Herrmann: And there I go, making things worse so...

Boden: See, the thing you have to realize, Herrmann, unless you are the Fire Commissioner, there is always gonna be someone above you to tell you when you make a mistake. The part that you are not thinking about... Is all of your men on Engine who are looking at you to see how you react to criticism. See, if you dressed down Clarence or Ritter or Doherty, would you like one of them to go walking off in a huff or mouth back at you?

Herrmann: I see your point. I'll apologize and I'll make it right.

Cindy Herrmann: Wallace, get in here! I want to hear your thoughts on layering.

Boden: On what? Yeah, I'm coming!


Tony: We should see if they wanna play next Saturday instead.

Capp: Yeah.

Severide: Hey Stella, I just thought of something. The woman who started the fire. She left a soldering iron on. I think her name was Marylou. Anyway, uh, she was in apartment 104, right next to 106.

Kidd: What, you think she's still at med?

Severide: She had some heavy smoke inhalation. They probably wanna keep her there overnight.

Kidd: Maybe she knows something about her neighbours.

Severide: It's worth a shot.

Chicago Med: Marylou’s room

Marylou: I feel awful, just awful. I have an arts and crafts summer session I teach in Wicker Park and I always say be safe, be safe, be safe.

Severide: Marylou, we're not here about the fire.

Marylou: Oh?

Severide: We're interested in your neighbour.

Kidd: Mike Nunez. Uh, 106. Did you know him?

Marylou: Um, sort of. He had more than one name.

Kidd: What does that mean?

Marylou: Well, he'd get mail with different names sent to his address. The Mike was the same but the last names would be different. I remember because I was holding some mail for him which he never came back to pick up.

Kidd: So they... They're still in your apartment?

Marylou: A few envelopes, yeah. Uh, if the fire didn't get to the bureau near my front door, then it should be in the top left drawer.

Marylou: Thank you.

Kidd: Mm-hmm. Thank you, ma'am.

Marylou: Thank you.

Kidd: Um, Marylou, did Mike have any kids?

Marylou: I think his sister had some that he would watch sometimes. That's what he told me. I didn't really see them very often, I heard them sometimes. He wasn't there very long.

Kidd: Thank you.

Marylou: Mm-hmm.

Marylou’s apartment

Kidd: Michael Nolasco… Michael Nunez… Michael Nuevavillegas. Look it, this one's from Child Protective Services… I mean, it's basically open… "Dear Mr. Nuevavillegas, your application to provide a home for additional children has been accepted." What if this... What if this bastard was taking in foster kids, cramming them into that tiny room and then cashing out on the government handouts?

Severide: What?


Severide: Hey, Detective, this is Kelly Severide, give me a call back when you get a chance. The man living in 106 was Michael Nuevavillegas. N-U-E-V-A V-I-double L-E-G-A-S.

Kidd: It's all one word.

Severide: We Google searched him and there's a Michael Nuevavillegas who's listed in Pilsen.

Kidd: Which is where we're going.

Severide: Anyway, call us back.

Michael Nuevavillegas’s house: porch

Kidd: Michael Nuevavillegas?

Michael Nuevavillegas: Yeah?

Kidd: Hi, we're with the Chicago Fire Department. Got word there's a gas leak in your place.

Michael Nuevavillegas: Nah, there's no gas leak.

Kidd: Well, no. There... Hey! That's the thing about gas leaks. If you don't have the proper carbon monoxide detectors, you won't know they're there. Just gotta peek at your supply lines and we'll be out of your hair.

Michael Nuevavillegas’s house: living room

Kidd: How long have you lived here?

Michael Nuevavillegas: Not long, I guess. Hey, look, you're going to have to come back another time.

Kidd: Uh, we would but, you know, you don't own the building and the building owner, Mrs. Anderson, she's the one who called us.

Michael Nuevavillegas’s house: kitchen

Michael Nuevavillegas: Okay, you know what? I'm getting a headache. Could be this gas leak, like you said. There's a drug store down the block and I'm outta aspirin.

Severide: No, no, no. You got to stay here until we're done.

Kidd: Kelly!


Hailey Upton: Chicago PD! Hey, hey! Turn around! Get down! Put your hands behind your back.

Michael Nuevavillegas: They came into my house! Arrest them!

Hailey Upton: Shut up.

Michael Nuevavillegas: This is Chicago brutality!

Hailey Upton: Yeah, you bet it is.

Kidd: Okay. It's okay. Come on. Come on, it's safe. Come on out. Yeah. Come on. Let's get you out of here. Come on. It's okay. I'm a firefighter. You're safe. Hi, hi.

Hailey Upton: 5021 Henry, I need to roll a squad, paramedics, and CPS to 1955 South Throop. Come on, get up. You have the right to remain silent, you have the right to an attorney. If you choose to give up those rights, I'd be happy to smash your face against the wall.

Kidd: You're okay. You're safe now. It's okay.

Firehouse: briefing house

Boden: Civilians in the outside world, they think that we wear our badges on our dress uniforms or we just carry them around in our pockets but unless you have done this job, you can't see where we really wear our firefighter badges and it's right here. Our hearts. And that spirit was demonstrated off duty, off shift this weekend by our very own Stella Kidd. For those of you who do not know, Kidd identified potential criminal activity during our last fire and now there is a boy and girl who are... Safe due to your efforts. Stella Kidd, that is wonderful work and we should all look to your example.

Firehouse: hallway

Herrmann: Hey, Captain. Hey listen, about last shift...

Klinginpill: Hey, you, uh, you Herrmann?

Herrmann: Lieutenant.

Klinginpill: Yeah, what I said.

Herrmann: Ah, no you didn't. Look, we're having a conversation here.

Klinginpill: Yeah, sure, but listen. I had to roll hoses the last two shifts at 29 and 74. All things considered, I prefer not to do it here.

Casey: Klinginpill, he just told you we're trying to talk here.

Klinginpill: I... I get it, Captain, but I've been drawing the short straw everywhere I go. It's like just 'cause I gotta float, I don't have any rights? What is this, medieval England?

Herrmann: What?

Klinginpill: I got photos I wanna put up in my locker but I don't even have a locker.

Herrmann: Locker photos?

Klinginpill: That's right, my mom, my dogs. Got one of my brother Ned who's a hell of a fly fisherman.

Casey: Herrmann, what were you trying to tell me?

Herrmann: Nah, forget it, Captain. I gotta go and figure out a locker for, you know, fill-and-spill.

Klinginpill: Uh, Klinginpill. Hey, where's the bunk room?

Main: Engine 51, Truck 81...

Herrmann: Klinginpill, you stay out of the way unless I give you an order.


Herrmann: Brando, grab an extinguisher! Clarence, lead out.

Clarence: Copy that, lieutenant.

Herrmann: Hey, we'll get you out, buddy. Sit tight.

Casey: Herrmann, what do we got?

Herrmann: Hey, we got a driver pinned inside. We're trying to knock down these flames but they're tough!

Casey: All right, 81, let's get the driver out.

Kidd: Copy.

Casey: Cutter's jaws are cribbing… Get those flames out, Kaufmann.

Kaufmann: Copy.

Casey: Get back! Herrmann, get everyone back now!

Herrmann: Yes, Captain. Get back! Everybody back!

Mouch: What is it, Cap?

Casey: Propane tanks in the back of the truck! They're right in the flames!

Herrmann: Klinginpill, get those people off the corner! Go!

Klinginpill: Okay, folks, you heard him! Get them off over there!

Herrmann: Clarence, grab another extinguisher.

Casey: Go! Hurry, Mouch.

Herrmann: Mike, we tied in?

Doherty: No!

Mouch: Otis, reverse!

Casey: Go, go! Keep going!

Herrmann: All right, boys, let's put this fire out.

Casey: Let's get the driver.

Mouch: Come on, buddy. I got you.

Firehouse: garage

Herrmann: Hey. What's up?

Brett: Cindy's about to make her big reveal.

Foster: She told everyone to clear out.

Cruz: She blocked the windows.

Herrmann: Ah, sorry about this, Chief.

Boden: Hmm.

Herrmann: Uh, hey, real quick, uh, Captain. I wanted to tell you about...

Cindy Herrmann: Okay! It may not be perfect, but it is a statement.

Brett: That's what you want.

Cindy Herrmann: Exactly.

Brett: Come on!

Firehouse: kitchen

Brett: Well, I think it is amazing… No.

Herrmann: Okay, all right. Um... Yeah, um...

Mouch: Do something now.

Herrmann: Yeah.

Cindy Herrmann: It was a risk, but when the voice in the back of my head would say tone it down, I just had to shut it out.

Brett: Uh-huh.

Herrmann: Hey, Cindy, can I, uh, talk to you for a sec?

Cindy Herrmann: Be right back.

Herrmann: Uh, okay, listen. There is no good way to say this, so I'm just gonna say it. Everybody here appreciates you wanting to get your business going, but this, uh... We all have to work here, Cindy. This is a functioning firehouse. Not some Salvador Dali nightmare.

Cindy Herrmann: Well, I...

Herrmann: Listen, hey, hey. You just don't have an eye for this, babe. So, uh, we are just going to have to put everything back the way it was before.

Cindy Herrmann: This was rented furniture just for the photo shoot so I could break through the clutter. It was going to go back to normal.

Herrmann: I didn't realize that.

Cindy Herrmann: Because you didn't listen when I told you last week.

Herrmann: You did?

Cindy Herrmann: I'm... I'm just glad you've let me know I don't have an eye for this. I'll have to rethink my taste in everything.

Herrmann: Oh, boy. Uh-oh.

Mouch: How'd it go?

Herrmann: What do you think?

Mouch: But we're... We're... We're getting our furniture back, right?

Herrmann: Excuse me, Mouch.

Firehouse: hallway

Herrmann: Hey! I'm sorry it took so long but I owe you an apology. I shouldn't have directed the engine to that side of the street. You're right, it was a bone-headed move, and I deserved you coming down hard on me. It won't happen again.

Casey: And I shouldn't have come at you with both barrels. I'm sorry for that… I, uh... I haven't been myself lately but I'm working through it. I'll get there.

Herrmann: All right, hey, we all take our lumps. Mine are usually 'cause I open my yap instead of my ears. I mean... Just ask Cindy. But anyway, I want you to know that I do not take it for granted that you are my superior officer… You know, I'm not a suck up but I have been lucky to watch you operate for a good part of my career and I have learned from you every single shift and I am damn proud to serve under you.

Casey: Thanks, Herrmann. I needed to hear that.

Herrmann: Yeah. I'm glad my mouth was good for something today.


Herrmann: If I'm a little grouchy tomorrow, it's because Cindy's got me sleeping on the roll out bed again.

Mouch: Maybe she can get you a deal on a new mattress… No? Not in the mood?

Cruz: Speaking of deals. We got the furniture company to give us Cindy's couch for practically nothing.

Brett: For the record, I was against it.

Cruz: No, you weren't!

Brett: Shh.

Herrmann: Get that thing out of here before Cindy sees it! She thinks I'm making fun of her, I'm in the dog house for the rest of my life!

Otis: Uh... I...

Severide: Thanks. Take your time. Where's my hospitality?

Hailey Upton: Next round's on me.

Kidd: Oh!

Severide: I'm moving to top shelf now.

Hailey Upton: Mmm! So it turns out that Nuevavillegas guy has been running a foster care scam for years. If you two wouldn't have stepped up, who knows how long he would've gotten away with it.

Severide: It's all Stella.

Kidd: Um, what... What's going to happen to the kids?

Hailey Upton: They get put back in the system but their files have been flagged for abuse. They'll end up in a much better home with parents that are specially trained to deal with at-risk kids.

Kidd: That's great.

Hailey Upton: Yeah… Kid's names are Anton and Luna and they made these drawings they wanted you to have.

Kidd: Thank you.

Hailey Upton: Yeah, you got it. I got some friends from District 25 I'm going to say hi to but you guys aren't paying for another drink. The rest of the night's on me, okay?

Severide: Hey, you won't hear me complaining. Thanks.

Hailey Upton: Yeah.

Severide: You did a good thing.

Kidd: And anyone would do the same on my shoes.

Severide: Mmm, not so sure… There is no one like you.

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Supersympa  (24.05.2020 à 23:22)

Brett est plus patiente que moi. Moi, on me réveille comme ça, c'est l'oreiller dans la figure direct. ^^

Stella a eu du flair. C'est pas pompier qu'elle aurait dû faire, mais flic. ^^ Quant à Hampton, elle a passé trop de temps avec Voight. ^^

Sevnol  (25.03.2020 à 22:49)

Casey est une tête à claques dans cet épisode, il m'a trop saoûlé, heureusement qu'il le reconnaît à la fin qu'il a été chiant.

Hermann m'a bien fait rire dans cet épisode. Il s'en ai prit plein la tête avec sa femme à la fin de l'épisode. Mais bon il a besoin de remontrances de temps en temps lui aussi ^^ D'ailleurs j'ai trouvé ça trop drôle quand Cindy demande à chacun de définir ce qu'est la caserne et Mouch qui insiste avec son canapé ^^

Stella a un très bon instinct, et j'ai adoré la voir bosser avec Kelly. Je sens qu'il y a déjà rapprochement, mais en effet, comme natas, je ne vois pas trop l'intérêt de les avoir fait rompre quelques épisodes avant pour les voir se rabibocher dans un ou 2 épisodes.

natas  (03.04.2019 à 18:29)

J'aime beacoup Stella et Kelly et ils sont au top dans cet épisode, mais je ne vois pas quel était l'intérêt de les éloigner pour les remettre ensemble direct après...

c'était chou Brett et ses colocs' et pour le coup si ce couple pouvait se reformer direct je dis pas non !

sinon moyen comme épisode. Cassey est pénible et Hermann et sa femme pas super drôle...


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