Chicago Fire 11×01 “Hold on Tight” introduces some conflict, sets more than a few characters up for new journeys and cements what we have always known about Chicago Fire …it is the comfort show of the One Chicago universe — and it has every intention of remaining so.
In an episode that, at times, makes us think about the changes the show has gone through, Chicago Fire nonetheless manages to remind us of how they have, again and again, captured lightning in a bottle when we didn’t even think they could. Characters have left, and we have mourned them, but the show hasn’t changed what it is, what it’s trying to convey. And though that doesn’t always make saying goodbye to our favorites easier, there is a level of comfort in knowing that this show about first responders trying to do good is still, well, just that.
Here are some teases for Chicago Fire 11×01 “Hold on Tight”:
- The first four minutes of this episode are basically an action movie, one I’d pay to watch.
- Stellaride is couple GOALS. I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again.
- There are some goodbyes that you’re like oh, okay, if that’s what you want and some that you’re like DON’T YOU DARE.
- Sylvie and Violet, a chaotic duo.
- Fine, Gallo. You’re mostly forgiven for last season. Now don’t do it again.
- Never doubt your instincts, Stella Kidd. Your husband doesn’t.
- Once again, I’m here to humbly request Jimmy Nicholas be made a series regular. I will be asking this every episode. Kthanks.
- COMPLETELY AND TOTALLY, OKAY?
- I don’t typically disagree with Boden, just as I don’t typically agree with Voight, but here we are. I really disagree with him.
- Maybe someday. Maybe someday.
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Chicago Fire returns to NBC on Wednesdays September 21st, at 9/8c.