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It Ain't Easy 

After inhaling magnesium shavings at a fire, Vargas gets a severe pulmonary injury, forcing him to retire from his job. Chief Boden fears that 14-year-old Ernie is behind several recent ... See full summary »

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Christopher Herrmann
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Renée Royce
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After inhaling magnesium shavings at a fire, Vargas gets a severe pulmonary injury, forcing him to retire from his job. Chief Boden fears that 14-year-old Ernie is behind several recent dumpster fires. Cruz's attempt to get his little brother out of a gang backfires. On a lighter note, Gabriela asks Matt to come over and repair her window, while Severide receives a dinner invitation from Renée, a very attractive woman that he saved from a car accident. Written by stephie_j

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Kelly Severide: [Sees Ernie at the scene of another fire] Hey! Hey, did you torch this place? Huh, you little tweaker?
Ernie: I'm watching it!
Kelly Severide: You're watching it? Did you do it? Huh?
Chief Wallace Boden: Kelly! Enough!
[Ernie cycles away]
Kelly Severide: That's *two* fires, *two* dumpsters, same kid!
Chief Wallace Boden: Walk it off, Kelly. *I* am handling this.
Kelly Severide: Why don't you invite him back for apple pie? Keep him close, that's the plan right?
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