The event tonight is starting with Chicago Fire, which is the subject of this piece and the sneak peek below. It makes sense for Fire and Med to swap timeslots tonight given that a dramatic fire is the kicking-off point for just about everything else.
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The first that Boden and all of 51 is taking on here is really on another level from just about anything that they’ve taken on so far. It’s enormous, it’s at the top of a high-rise building, and this is going to take some specific planning in order to successfully rescue victims. They have to operate under a tight window to ensure that both the victims and the firefighters themselves are collectively safe.
Judging that one of the promos out there for the crossover shows a Firehouse 51 member in danger, there’s a reason for concern entering the episode. Our suggestion? Either watch live or steer clear of social media, given that there are going to be a lot of emotional discussions going on there. We’ve all become instilled within the Firehouse 51 family because of the amount of time we’ve seen this show; we don’t want to see something happen to any of these people because we care about them so much, almost as though they are real people. That’s a sentiment you see on-set; it may be a fictional firehouse, but these are real people and the friendships carry over. This crossover tested them as actors, since you are dealing with a super high level of intensity.
In the end, all of the work is likely going to prove worth it, and we’re definitely excited to see where this story goes from here.
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