Chicago Fire spoilers: What to expect in Chicago Fire season 11, episode 11 (Preview)

"Haunted House" Episode 1105 -- Pictured: Taylor Kinney as Kelly Severide -- (Photo by: Adrian S Burrows Sr/NBC)
"Haunted House" Episode 1105 -- Pictured: Taylor Kinney as Kelly Severide -- (Photo by: Adrian S Burrows Sr/NBC) /

Severide is thrown for a loop in Chicago Fire season 11, episode 11. Here’s a look at all the Chicago Fire spoilers to get ready for the new episode.

After getting some quick answers about whether Kidd (Miranda Rae Mayo) and Carver (Jake Lockett) would survive the blast, we’re moving onto a storyline that heavily involves Severide (Taylor Kinney). He’s needed for an arson case, but this isn’t just any arson case.

It turns out that someone he trusts and respects could be a dirty firefighter. Is it possible that someone who investigates arson has committed arson or is covering it up? That’s what people want Severide to help figure out, but will Severide do it? And is this just some sort of witchhunt?

Chicago Fire spoilers: 11×11 promo

Take a look at the promo to get an idea of what’s going on.  Commander Martin Pearce (John Sierros) turns to Severide for help with the case. It turns out that Captain Tom Van Meter may be involved in something questionable. Pearce wants to get to the bottom of it, and who better than Severide?

Well, Severide isn’t going to get a choice in working with Pearce, either. It’s not clear if Andy Allo will return as Wendy Seager during this episode, but I’d love to see her as Severide figures out if he needs to clear Tom’s name or not.

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Chicago Fire spoilers: 11×11 synopsis

The synopsis goes into a couple of other storylines to expect. One of those is about Brett (Kara Kilmer), who will need to save her paramedicine program. This program hasn’t even been going on for that long, but it has been successful in what we’ve seen. The problem is the higher-ups may not think so, and money needs to be saved. That’s probably the case since Brett got the safe haven box installed at the firehouse, and that wouldn’t have been cheap.

Firehouse 51 is also getting ready for the semi-annual inspection. My guess is that this is where some of the humor is going to come from as they look at everything in the firehouse that needs to be locked away.

"Firehouse 51 prepares for their semi-annual firehouse inspection. Brett fights to save her paramedicine program. Commander Martin Pearce asks Severide for a favor."

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