Next week on Chicago Fire season 7 episode 11, be prepared to see Kelly Severide try to figure things out. He really has to, in the event that he actually wants his life to move forward.
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At the end of tonight’s episode, Stella Kidd made it very clear that in its current form, the relationship between the two was untenable. She couldn’t give him everything and him give nothing. Even if he was right about her friend Travis wanting something more from her than she wanted from him, that doesn’t change the fact that he is overly jealous and isn’t thinking rationally. There are a laundry list of things for him to change and this is the time for him to change them.
We know we’re running the risk of being hyperbolic, but at the moment, it feels like we’re at the most important point of Chicago Fire to date when it comes to Taylor Kinney’s character. Does he want to continue to be Spiraling Severide, or does he want to actually grow as a person? There’s no doubt that he’s been through a lot this year and there is a lot of sympathy for that; yet, simultaneously he does also need to start finding his way forward.
Below, CarterMatt has the official Chicago Fire season 7 episode 11 synopsis for you with some other information when it comes to what lies ahead:
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. TV-14 L
Through this episode, we’re hoping for big things for Kelly, and we really hope that his relationship can be repaired given that he’s going to find some trouble elsewhere with his boat business — which was really just getting off the ground again.
Meanwhile, good on Brett for helping Casey! He’s going to need the support (especially in the wake of Naomi’s departure), and beyond that, Brett may need something new to do after realizing that her incredible attempt at creating a Senior Day fire safety musical presentation went horribly awry. Brett is the sort of character who likes to constantly be doing something and helping others. This is probably not going to change here.
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