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Air weekdate:Thursday Cast:Taylor Kinney, Jesse Spencer, Kara Killmer, Monica Raymund, Christian Stolte, Joe Minoso, Yuri Sardarov, David Eigenberg, Eamonn Walker, Miranda Rae Mayo, Steven R. McQueen, Dora Madison Burge, Lauren German, Teri Reeves, Charlie Barnett Genre:Action, Drama Channel:NBC Status:Continuing
In the Chicago Fire season 4 heroes continue to struggle with the elements of fire. The season begins with the story of Gabriella Dawson. She comes to Matthew Casey's home to tell him about her pregnancy. But the conversation does not add up, because Matthew was not at home and instead of this Gabriella finds a corpse stripper ... As for Kelly Severayd, another heroine of the series, she is wasting her energy to get stability in her life. She is confident in herself, but there is one who is not confident in her leaderships qualities, a new head of Dellas Paterson. On the basis of his doubts he appoints Kelly the usual lifeguard fire brigade indefinitely. Very soon, appears the new challenger Jimmy Borelli, who becomes one of the commands rescue teams...
Chicago Fire season 4 episodes list:
Casey is placed in a dangerous situation while working undercover to bring down a trafficking ring being run out of Nesbitt's club. The squad's high turnover rate results in an unwelcome surprise for Severide. Dawson recognizes that her life is about to change. A new candidate makes an unusual first impression. Residents band together to protest a drug den in their neighborhood.
Boden's job is on the line pending an internal investigation. Severide adjusts to Patterson, his new commanding officer. Dawson shakes things up at the work. Casey searches for important evidence in his investigation of Nesbitt. Herrmann tries to keep the peace with Molly's new neighbors.
Evidence that seems to exonerate Boden may not be enough. Brett and Chili find themselves in a precarious situation. The team responds to a stuck elevator in a hotel. Jimmy Borrelli's older brother wants him transferred to a different house.
The squad members come together to support one of their own. Herrmann tries to figure out how to reopen Molly's after it gets shut down. Severide digs deep into the arson investigation.
Boden offers to host a wedding at the firehouse after a fire destroys the original location, but it doesn't sit well with Chief Riddle, who also butts heads with Dawson over her ability to perform. Severide fights for his old position. Capt. Patterson finds himself torn between leadership and his colleagues.
Boden's new neighbor asks him for a favor that could have serious repercussions. Severide is upset when he's treated like a candidate by Patterson. Cruz is visited by a gangbanger who knows his brother. The team responds to a call that involves an 18-wheeler; and is thanked with tickets to see Rush.
Boden suspects his neighbor is setting him up; Severide, who's still on probation, receives a surprise visit from his father and also learns something about Patterson that could be a game changer. Romance blossoms at a fire department gala.
Boden believes Maddox is behind Serena's accusations. Severide reaches out to Jamie, who's Maddox's lawyer, in an attempt to help. Patterson questions whether Boden can remain chief. Brett and Chili suspect that a man passed out in a garden is connected to a previous call. Otis has problems with his social calendar.
Patterson fills in for Boden, who's trying to clear his name. Severide learns where Serena may be hiding. Herrmann and Otis give Freddie a job that keeps him close by. Jimmy and Chili draw more attention then either bargained for.
Members of Firehouse 51 band together and anxiously await word at Chicago Med when one of their own falls victim to a life-threatening stabbing. Cruz urgently works with members of Chicago P.D. to track down Freddie's whereabouts when he goes missing. Dr. Choi and Dr. Halstead tend to an attempted suicide victim whose condition raises some eyebrows. Meanwhile, Mouch surprises Trudy and Chili's odd behavior has Brett and Jimmy worried. (Malignant (2) aired on Chicago Med, season 1, episode 5. Now I'm God (3) aired on Chicago P.D., season 3, episode 10.)
A tornado threatens Chicago. Chili makes a major mistake, which causes Brett to report her to Boden. Otis asks Dawson to help him solve his women troubles. Severide assists a Department of Homeland Security agent.
Freddie's father begs Herrmann to forgive his son's assault. Casey discovers that a makeshift shelter housing people displaced by the tornado may close. Casey attends a fund-raiser at the request of an alderman. Dawson and Brett experience repercussions after telling Boden about Chili's erratic behavior.
The team responds to a mass shooting; Casey investigates the missing money from the fund-raiser. Jimmy agrees to represent the firehouse in a boxing match against the Chicago PD's 21st District. Chili's behavior continues to be an issue for Brett.
Severide confronts Chili about her erratic behavior. Members of the firehouse rally around Casey, who they think would make a great candidate for alderman. Jimmy squares off against Antonio in the first annual "Battle of the Badges" boxing match.
The team responds to a suspicious call from a neighboring firehouse; and welcomes a new firefighter, though her addition has repercussions. Casey moves forward in his run for alderman.
Casey reconsiders his run for alderman after he's targeted by a propaganda campaign. The squad responds when a man is trapped inside of a burning car. Trudy's nerdy brother plans Mouch's bachelor party. Jimmy and Brett investigate a kidnapping on their own.
Severide and Cruz find a child's remains inside a chimney while investigating a possible carbon monoxide leak inside a home. In other events, Casey braces for the worst in his run for alderman while Alderman Becks continues to bad mouth him to the press.
Sylvie witnesses a murder and is threatened by the shooter not to go to the police. Firehouse 51 jumps into action when a fire breaks out at a restaurant and traps several people inside a vault. Mouch starts to get cold feet.
When a high school student becomes an innocent victim of a gang retribution incident, a very determined Lt. Casey tries all means necessary to resolve the issue. Severide lends a hand to Detective Holloway, who is working a dangerous undercover investigation, and watches over her 9-year-old son at the firehouse. Brett and Jimmy are called to aid a woman who takes a fond liking to Jimmy. Meanwhile, Otis makes a surprising discovery that leaves him very concerned and Herrmann goes toe-to-toe with Stella to claim bragging rights over who can best run a bar.
Firehouse 51 unites to help a young boy in tragic circumstances. A high-powered political consultant helps Casey navigate a potential scandal. Cruz makes a mistake that nearly costs him his life.
Dawson saves a young boy from an apartment fire. Kidd's idea for Molly's doesn't go as hoped. Severide hits a wall while advocating for new fire masks. Cruz and Brett utilize a secret weapon to get Otis to see Dr. Halstead take a blood test.
The team responds to a building collapse that's trapped more than a dozen people. Dawson's quest to foster Louie is aided by a familiar face. Otis, who's on medical leave, meets his temporary replacement. Severide and Kidd continue to see each other. Casey is at odds with Antonio.
In the Season 4 finale, Boden and Jimmy are at odds. Kidd deals with her unstable ex. Dawson continues her quest to foster Louie. Casey's new political consultant urges him to think big. The team responds to a dangerous structure fire.
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