Brett deals with her new chief riding along with her while Casey is out of town on Chicago Fire season 10, Episode 4. Don’t miss a beat live.
During the previous episode, Brett tried to get her new program greenlit by her new chief. Chief Hawkins wasn’t receptive to it, and he claimed it was red tape. He doesn’t want to put a foot wrong when he’s new on the job.
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Mouch called him out on that, knowing how Hawkins’s father would have acted. It looks like Mouch’s words had an effect. Hawkins is going to ride with Ambulance 61 to see how Brett acts under pressure and to see if the program has some merit.
Meanwhile, Casey is heading out of town. Griffin shared just why he was back in Chicago. As you would expect, his mother and brother haven’t fared all that well since Andy’s death. Griffin wants to do what’s right, but his mother is going to prison and Griffin and Ben are heading into foster care.
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That’s not something Casey wants to see happen. Will Casey return to Chicago with two boys in tow? Will this be another spanner in the works for Brett and Casey as she needs to figure out whether she wants to help him raise two teens?
Then there’s Ritter, who will head out on a date night. That’s going to result in some sort of emergency call, but it’s not clear why. Will it have a positive or negative effect with his date, though?
Check out the promo and synopsis for Chicago Fire season 10, episode 4:
Kidd spreads her wings as a lieutenant; Chief Hawkins rides with Ambulance 61 to learn more about Brett; Casey takes a trip out of town; a Ritter date night turns into an emergency situation.
Watch Chicago Fire season 10, episode 4 live:
Date: Wednesday, Oct. 13
Start Time: 9/8c
Episode: Season 10, Episode 4, “The Right Thing”
TV Channel: NBC
Live Stream: Watch live on Fubo TV. Sign up now for a free seven-day trial. You can also watch on the NBC website or app.
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