Through most of “Chicago Fire” season 4 so far, we understand that Kelly Severide has to be feeling somewhat frustrated. Despite having a great deal of experience in his job, he has not been treated even remotely like it. This has caused problems for him, and it is going to get so much worse before it gets better.
In particular, one episode that you can look at as the pinnacle for some of these struggles is the upcoming November 17 installment entitled “2112.” Based on the synopsis below, we’re going to have a chance to see him start to reach the end of his rope. Not only that, but Boden could find himself in some compromising situations in a most surprising fashion:
“Chief Boden (Eamonn Walker) meets his new neighbor (guest star Ilfenesh Hadera), who asks him for a favor that leads to serious consequences. Severide (Taylor Kinney) takes offense to being treated like a candidate by Captain Patterson (guest star Brian White) by undermining him during a call and the situation reaches a boiling point. Cruz (Joe Minoso) receives a surprise visit from his past when Freddie (guest star Ralph Rodriguez), a gangbanger who knows Cruz’s brother Leon, comes to visit and ask for a favor. Elsewhere, the team is called to a harrowing scene of an 18-wheeler and receive a thanks in the form of tickets to see the band Rush, much to Mouch (Christian Stolte) and Herrmann’s (David Eigenberg) delight.”
Okay, if this episode does end with Mouch and Herrmann rocking out to “Tom Sawyer,” it could be the best ending to an episode featuring Rush ever since the episode of “Chuck” where Jeff was revealed to have a legendary career in arcade gaming.
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