Chicago Fire season 7 episode 12 carries with it the title of “Make This Right” and when it airs on January 23, you may be in for some surprises. For starters, how often do you see some sort of dispute being some of the more lighthearted members of the team? It doesn’t feel like a regular thing, at least in terms of it not being played solely for comedy. That’s going to be one part of this episode, but we like to think that there are some other good reasons to watch.
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For some more news on what lies ahead, we suggest that you check out the official Chicago Fire season 7 episode 12 synopsis right now:
01/23/2019 (09:00PM – 10:00PM) (Wednesday) : When the firehouse is called to a motorcycle crash, Casey and Severide sense that the details don’t add up and work to determine exactly what transpired. A rift develops between Mouch and Otis. Brett, Foster and Kidd work to secretly fix a dent in the ambulance bumper they believe they unknowingly caused. TV-14 V
Over the course of this episode, we’re going to have a chance to see Casey and Severide do their best, presumably, to play detective — though we certainly also wonder if some members of Chicago PD could end up getting involved at some point, as well. Casey’s certainly getting his fair share of detective work this season, given everything that happened with the investigation that Naomi was reporting on. (We don’t think that we’re breaking any news with anyone that Casey makes it out of the winter premiere — did you really think that this is how the show would write out this character, provided they ever do?)
As for the Otis – Mouch rift, we actually do think it’s valuable for the show if there is a little bit of tension here. After all, friends fight sometimes and we think that it’s important the show figures out a way to show that. So long as the reasoning is organic and there’s hope for a reconciliation on the other side, we’re happy. (Of course, we don’t want to see the two characters end up at odds forever — that’s just too much of a bummer for a show like this. It’s better to keep a little element of optimism in play.)
What do you want to see when it comes to Chicago Fire season 7 episode 12? Be sure to share some of your thoughts in the comments. (Photo: NBC.)