Chicago Fire 9×15 “A White Knuckle Panic” builds on an already outstanding season of Chicago Fire, setting up some possibilities for the finale, clarifying some things for the future, and paying off some plot threads that have been hanging for a while.
It, of course, doesn’t just fix everything. There are no magic wands, and on TV there are rarely straight answers to be had. Plus, there’s still one more episode to go, and you know how these shows like to bring it for the finale.
But there’s still a lot to look forward on Chicago Fire 9×15 “A White Knuckle Panic.” So here are some teases:
- Casey and Severide team ups outside of calls are some of my favorite scenes.
- I’ve said it before, I’ll say it again. Stella freaking Kidd.
- Kelly Severide was the reason I originally stopped watching this show. He was such a mess in the earlier seasons, and I just couldn’t see the forest from the trees. I can now, and it’s so beautiful to see how much he’s grown.
- Sylvie gets to be a friend this episode, to someone other than Matt, and it’s such a great storyline.
- Don’t mess with Joe Cruz, okay? Okay.
- Every once in a while we forget what the one true ship of One Chicago is …Trudy and Mouch.
- Ship content in this week’s episode? A+. MAKE OF THAT WHAT YOU WILL.
- Not just one ship, either.
- Sometimes you gotta face your past before you can figure out what your future is.
- One person’s crumbs are another person’s closure.
- This episode featured at least two moments that overwhelmed me enough to stop the episode and go: did that actually happen?
- I really need the answer to one particular question raised by this episode. Okay, two.
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Chicago Fire airs Wednesdays on NBC.