In the previous episode of Chicago Fire Season 10, Kelly Severide’s arson investigation continues, and a brand-new lieutenant assumes command at Firehouse 51. With Casey’s departure, the Firehouse received a new lieutenant. Jason Pelham (Brett Dalton) is a different kind of lieutenant than Casey. When Gallo and Pelham had a small standoff on a call that was already producing some tension due to the change in leadership. Pelham investigated what made Casey so special, and for the rest of the episode, he tried to make peace with Gallo. What’s next for Firehouse 51? At www.tvacute.com, you’ve come to the perfect place to get the Chicago Fire Season 10 Episode 8 trailer and synopsis titled “What Happened at Whiskey Point?” You can also catch up by reading the recap of the Chicago Fire Episode 10.7.
Chicago Fire Season 10 Episode 8 Spoilers
“What Happened at Whiskey Point?” is the title of this episode, and it certainly seems like a great mystery is on the way. While it appeared that Gallo and Pelham had reached an agreement last week, the preview for this week’s episode of Chicago Fire suggests the two will be at odds once more, with tensions escalating even higher. Pelham tells Gallo to wait by the truck while on a call in the promo, but Gallo disobeys and takes matters into his own hands. Although it’s unclear what happens next, when we cut back to 51, the two have a furious exchange.
Chicago Fire Episode 10.7 Synopsis: Severide and Herrmann clash over office space; Boden looks at Pelham’s past as he considers making him permanent; Gallo’s resentment of Pelham comes to a head; Brett and Ritter force Violet to confront her true feelings for Gallo.
Chicago Fire Season 10 Episode 8 Release Date
‘Chicago Fire’ season 10 episode 8 will air on November 10, 2021, at 9 p.m. The programs are 42 minutes long and air every Wednesday. Where to Stream Chicago Fire S10E06 Online? It’s also available on NBC’s official website and app. All of these services and more will be able to stream the episode. such as Fubo tv, YoutubeTV, Direct TV The episode is available on Hulu and Peacock a day later. Amazon Prime Video, iTunes, Microsoft Store, Vudu, Spectrum, and Google Play also sell or rent the episodes.
Chicago Fire Season 10 Episode 7 Recap
Severide worked closely with Seager to uncover the arsonist in Chicago Fire Season 10 Episode 7. The case drew the attention of the Chicago Police Department since it included a dangerous serial killer…Casey wrote Brett a note. Casey also sent a letter to Gallo, containing his famed corned beef recipe. Severide and Seager went to the archdiocese to ask the Sister about the arsonist. She couldn’t offer much assistance other than to say that some parishioners were dissatisfied that the Catholic church had allowed non-traditional to join. Severide proposed that they look into prior fire patterns because large arson fires don’t just start… they spread. They were intrigued by a dumpster fire behind a nearby church and paid a visit to the pastor’s father. Seager discovered the messages in one of the missiles and deduced that it was their arsonist.
The text was on a drawing in the Sister’s office, which Seager recognized. They paid her a visit and learned of Father Anthony’s death. Lieutenant Jason Pellum was Casey’s temporary successor. He saved two children in a fire and was humble about it, as Mouch knew him from media coverage. The staff was suddenly alerted by a fire alarm. When they arrived at the workplace, they discovered a man caught in a plastic wrapping machine. Bolden asked Mouch if Pellum would work out and keep an eye on the new lieutenant when they returned to the firehouse. Pellum later discussed his risk-taking with Gallo. Gallo refuted Casey’s claim that he was given too much leniency. Pellum challenged him, telling him that he must obey his orders. He went into detail about Gallo and Casey’s relationship. The 51 teams received a call from St. Dominics, another catholic church. There was no inferno, thus it appeared to be a false alarm. They were able to clear it. Atwater obtained a warrant, and the fire inspector arrived at Muller’s residence with him.
They discovered identical doodling as well as bomb-making blueprints. They also saw that his room was visible from St. Dominic’s…When they received another call, Severide and Seager went to the church to confirm that it was the next target. The last alert was investigated, and Sev discovered that a vehicle bomb had been planted. He hit the bomb and blew himself up before Sev could get to him! Only a burned body remained of the man…Brett received a text message informing him that Casey had accepted a position with a new firehouse in Portland and that they would no longer be seeing each other. With a “what would Casey say” moment, they were able to solve their problems. Bolden gathered the crew to tell them that Pellum would be staying with them for at least a week. Everyone, including Gallo, was grateful to have him.