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A Coffin That Small 

Matt is upset that Kelly wants Peter in the Rescue Squad. Further tensions arise when Kelly sees Matt with Heather and assumes he is sleeping with her. Kelly agrees to have a baby with Shay... See full summary »

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Matt is upset that Kelly wants Peter in the Rescue Squad. Further tensions arise when Kelly sees Matt with Heather and assumes he is sleeping with her. Kelly agrees to have a baby with Shay, but she cannot afford the artificial insemination, which leads her to a surprising decision. The firehouse gets shot at, and Casey follows a hunch in order to find the culprits. After attending a depressing funeral, Herrmann tries to reconnect with his family. The firehouse has a touching reaction to a tragedy in the neighborhood. Written by stephie_j

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Action | Drama

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In the first scene, when the crew of Truck 81 is running toward the apartment building with the boy stuck in the trash chute, they run past their station. The sign on the firehouse reads ENGINE COMPANY NO 18, which is the real Engine housed at this fire station when the show is not filming. (Engine 51 is not a real or current engine, just used for production) See more »

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Chief Wallace Boden: We've been here before. It almost tore this House apart.
Kelly Severide: This time it's different.
Chief Wallace Boden: Tell me about it.
Kelly Severide: Yeah Casey, tell him about it.
Matthew Casey: [Gapes at Severide, then turns to look at the Chief] No offence, Chief.
[Walks out]
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Best Episode Yet
28 March 2013 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Been watching this series and its a grower Despite reviews from fire personnel who maybe rightly post comments on the operating procedure not being true to life

As a drama series this has gripped me from episode 1 Episode 19 has for me been the most dramatic and emotional episode so far I have to admit that there was a tear in my eye at the end

To all the brave firefighters throughout the world who do brave and amazing deeds on a daily basis I thank you To the producers of Chicago Fire thank you also Mouch and Chris are my favourite characters If you can step back from the reviews of fire personel and accept the series as an hour of drama you wont be disappointed Maybe I'm getting old but I enjoy good story lines and believable characters Hope it runs for a second series


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