‘Chicago Fire’ season 4, episode 22 preview: What’s next for Taylor Kinney, cast in ‘Where the Collapse Started’
“Chicago Fire” has had itself a heck of a busy, complicated season, and now we’re starting to get close to the end of the road. There are two episodes left, and there are a few major stories still to be told. For one, Dawson is going to figure out if she can become a foster parent for Louie; meanwhile, there are some romances that are going to be taking place, and also some feuds at the firehouse that are going to be rising to the surface.
This next episode carries with it the title of “Where the Collapse Started,” and if you want to get the synopsis below, you can see just how complicated this story is really going to be:
“Truck and squad are called to the scene of a building collapse that has trapped more than a dozen victims inside of the rubble. With the structure ready to give way and not much time to react, Chief Boden (Eamonn Walker) faces a difficult decision with life-and-death ramifications. In her quest to foster Louie, Dawson (Monica Raymund) throws all her energies into the bureaucratic process necessary to make it happen, but it is the helping hand of a familiar face that gives her a fighting chance. Currently on medical leave, Otis (Yuri Sardarov) swings by the firehouse and meets his temporary replacement, hoping it is just that but fearing the worst. Meanwhile, Severide (Taylor Kinney) and Kidd (guest star Miranda Rae Mayo) continue to see each other outside of the firehouse, and Casey (Jesse Spencer) and Antonio (guest star Jon Seda) find themselves at odds and tensions flare.”
Ultimately, we don’t really think that there is going to be any resolution to some of these stories, given that there is a finale still to come. why tie together everything yet, when you have something still in the tank? Time will tell.
Update: We’ve now seen the preview, and it’s pretty devastating. It certainly makes it seem that someone may not make it out alive.
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