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Last week was a very different sort of Chicago Fire. The alarms went off and both trucks and the ambo rolled out, only to be stopped by black SUVs squealing into the parking lot. It was the FBI, and they were taking over the firehouse, so they needed the trucks and ambo out of the way so they could park their vehicles inside, out of the way of prying eyes. They were going after a guy who killed one of the FBI agents, and they knew he was going to be in the apartment building across from the firehouse. The same apartment building where the father and his young daughter lived who the guys at the station met when the dad ran his daughter over when she was choking on a bite of hotdog.
In the end, Severide and Casey volunteered to go over as firemen and see what they could learn about the apartment the FBI was interested in. Then when the killer showed up, they went in with the FBI behind them dressed as firefighters after getting the father to pull the fire alarm to give them an excuse to come over. It worked, although one of the FBI people caught a bullet to the vest and two bad guys were killed. One sweet thing was Casey got Boden to let Otis drive the truck over to the apartment building. And Severide’s parents broke up again after Severide told his dad that she deserved better.
After seeing the preview for this week, I’m excited because it looks like it’ll be a good episode. Do they suddenly have a way to get rid of the annoying new guy, Cordova? Or is that going to be too easy? Hmm…
On tonight’s episode, “Where I Want to Be,” after responding to a residential fire at a property belonging to a Mexican drug cartel, Casey is skeptical of Cordova (guest star Damon Dayoub) after a hefty amount of money was found missing from the crime scene. Elsewhere, Kidd makes a big decision.
Find out who, if anyone, took the money tonight on NBC at 10/9c.
I’ll also be watching/DVRing The Big Bang Theory, Beat Bobby Flay, & S.W.A.T.
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I don’t think I’ll ever get tired of seeing Shemar Moore on my television screen. Even if I miss him on Criminal Minds, it has been nice to have him in a leading role on S.W.A.T. On the last episode, Jessica and Michael got held hostage by a man who really just wanted them to save his sister. Hondo believed him after Jessica insisted that he investigate and find the man’s sister. Thanks to the team’s hard work, the sister was found alive and the man made it through the situation. It was bittersweet to see Jessica and Michael working so closely together because I believe that Jessica belongs with Hondo, but there is definitely some chemistry between the captain and the commissioner. Going forward, I really hope we can get a few more story lines that delve into the back stories of all team members so we can get to know them better.
On tonight’s episode, “Patrol,” Hondo confronts his long-held resentment toward his ailing father, Daniel Harrelson, Sr., when he and his sister, Briana, try to convince their dad he’s no longer well enough to live alone. Also, when the SWAT team works as patrol officers for a day, Chris is partnered with Mumford, who intends to make her a surprising offer.
To find out if Hondo can put his resentment for his father aside long enough to help him, tune in to CBS at 10/9c.
I’ll also be watching Grey’s Anatomy, Station 19, Chicago Fire, The Big Bang Theory, Young Sheldon, and Beat Bobby Flay.