Kelly Severide is many things — a firefighter, a tortured dude, and also a boat repairman. There’s a good chance you forgot about the latter, but Chicago Fire season 7 episode 11 may do its job to remind you of it. “You Choose” is the second episode of the new year airing on January 16, and over the course of this one Kelly’s boat gig is going to lead to some rather surprising results — among other things.
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Want more? CarterMatt has the official Chicago Fire season 7 episode 11 synopsis below with some other insight:
01/16/2019 (09:00PM – 10:00PM) (Wednesday) : Severide’s side project of fixing the boat for a wealthy acquaintance turns complicated and personal. Meanwhile, his relationship with Kidd is at a crossroads. Brett helps Casey search for a new apartment and Firehouse 51 decides to enter Tuesday in a dog competition.
The state of things for Stellaride seems to be something that is very much under his control. He has the ability to turn things around and she showed numerous times over the course of the fall finale that she was willing to fight for him. Tyler may be somewhat of an annoyance but there is absolutely a better way for him to handle it than what he did.
As for what else is coming…
Well, it makes sense that Casey is going to be looking for an apartment in the aftermath of everything that happened with his own! It is interesting that Brett is going to be the one to help here, but the two do have a good friendship, one that probably stems in part from the bond that she also had with Dawson. (We do wonder if there will be some sort of Casey / Naomi update in this episode, provided of course that A) she survives the fire and B) there isn’t some sort of substantial update on the two already in the midseason premiere. In the aftermath of everything that happens there, maybe that allows Casey to have a little bit more of a perspective that he simply did not have previously.
Of course, we imagine that the dog competition is going to be the lighthearted part of this episode … and it’s probably going to be the most adorable part of the whole season. Clearly, Chicago Fire is making a big play for our heart here.
What do you want to see on Chicago Fire season 7 episode 11? Be sure to share some of your personal hopes in the comments. (Photo: NBC.)