Curious to know more of what’s next on Chicago Fire season 7 episode 13? Let’s start with this: You’ll be waiting a while to see it.
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Following tonight’s installment, the series is not returning to NBC until you get around to February 6. There’s no specific reason for the hiatus next week, at least in terms of some major competition or preemption. NBC is likely just wanting to save a number of good episodes for February sweeps, and this first one entitled “The Plunge” could be a really-strong spotlight for some of the firehouse’s supporting characters. It’s also about a tradition that many may be familiar with in the Polar Plunge, where people dive into extremely cold bodies of water (in this case, Lake Michigan) in hopes of either conquering their fear or to raise money for charity. Sometimes, both. How Chicago Fire chooses to present it should be fun, especially since we’re imagining that a lof of the cast actually goes through with it … and the lake was probably cold when they filmed it, even though it was not done this month.
Below, CarterMatt has the official Chicago Fire season 7 episode 13 synopsis with more news on what’s ahead:
02/06/2019 (09:00PM – 10:00PM) (Wednesday) : Cruz leads the charge in getting the firehouse to gear up for the Polar Plunge. Herrmann has a hard time bouncing back after dealing with a tough call. Foster’s personal relationships begin to interfere with her job. TV-14
Clearly, there’s a lot of really fun stuff in this episode if you like seeing characters like Herrmann and Cruz in the spotlight. For us personally, we’re very much psyched about Foster given that she is someone who we haven’t really had all that many opportunities to see in the spotlight just yet — at least in terms of her personal life. This episode is a way for us to get our foot in the door and start to understand what she goes through outside of work.
Of course, for Herrmann we’re just hoping for a really good David Eigenberg performance because we know what sort of great stuff he is capable of doing. When he gets super-dramatic work, he knocks it out of the park.
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