‘Chicago Fire’ season 4 spoilers: First details on ‘Not Everyone Makes It’

Chicago Fire -The moment that you see “Not Everyone Makes It” is a title for an upcoming episode of any show, you should be worried. When this said show is “Chicago Fire,” you might as well go find the panic button and stomp on it. This is going to be a tough episode for some characters when it airs on January 26, and the synopsis below gives you a sense as to precisely what we are talking about:

“Herrmann (David Eigenberg) goes to court to testify against Freddie (guest star Ralph Rodriguez), but when the perpetrator’s father (guest star Ski Carr) reaches out to beg forgiveness for his son’s malicious attack, a tormented Herrmann is left to figure out what to do. Following the aftermath of the recent tornado, Lt. Casey (Jesse Spencer) learns the makeshift shelter housing victims is on the brink of shutting down. At the request of Alderman Colin Becks (guest star Armand Schultz), Casey attends a fundraiser and is thrown into the spotlight, only to quickly discover that his good intentions might not have the impact he was hoping for. Dawson (Monica Raymund) and Brett (Kara Killmer) feel the repercussions after telling Boden (Eamonn Walker) about Chili’s (Dora Madison) recent erratic behavior. Meanwhile, Severide (Taylor Kinney) helps Agent Alex Ward (guest star Liza Bennett) solve a homemade explosives case and Otis (Yuri Sardarov) receives a welcome surprise.”

The problem when looking at this particular episode is that it is rather tough to understand too much what is going to happen based just on this alone … especially without the context of what happens beforehand. We know that the next few episodes are going to be a huge story for Chili, and we’re going to be seeing a lot of Severide with the Alex Ward character. This is going to be a really interesting few episodes to see unfold.

Stay tuned; we’ll have some other updates on the show as they start to trickle in!

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