The season 4 finale of “Chicago Fire” is coming your way on Tuesday night, and there is one thing that we can already say about it: Danger is at the center of almost every twist and turn. This is going to be a heck of powerful episode, one that will have many different people thinking about the future. Not only that, but some others are going to have to think through some traumatic events of the present. It’s going to be complicated, heartfelt, and hopefully will set up the fifth season in some interesting ways.
If you have not had a chance to see the synopsis for this big episode yet, take a look at it below:
“Lt. Boden (Eamonn Walker) and Jimmy (Steven R. McQueen) find themselves at odds in dealing with the aftermath of recent events while Kidd (guest star Miranda Rae Mayo) is forced to deal with her unstable and volatile ex, Grant (guest star Guy Burnet). With the help of firehouse 51, Dawson (Monica Raymund) tries to put her best foot forward in her pursuit for fostering Louie. At the urging of Susan Weller (guest star Lauren Stamile), his new political consultant, Casey (Jesse Spencer) tends to his Alderman duties and leaves town with her to attend a three-day summit. Much to his surprise, Casey embraces his new role while Susan urges him to consider grander aspirations. Meanwhile, the house responds to a dangerous structure fire that puts one of their own in a desperate situation.”
The only thing that we really hope that we’re not going to have this time is another finale where we are stuck waiting for months in order to learn one way or another who’s going to die. After all, that feels like something we’ve been through already with Shay.
The promo below shows specifically what Jimmy is going to be dealing with after losing Danny, but at the same time it also shows another beloved character in a very deadly situation…
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