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“We’re gonna take a beating,” Herrmann warns toward the end of Chicago Fire‘s season finale, and he’s not kidding. This year’s big, fiery cliffhanger involves a blaze at a mattress factory, which is made all the more intense by the huge romantic twists that preceded it. Even Brett and Foster enter the building with Boden, so all of Firehouse 51 is inside as the whole place is on the brink of blowing up. Eeep!
Now let’s rewind to talk romance: Boden orders Casey to find a plus-one for a charity dinner, and wouldn’t you know it, the first person he sees after the convo is Brett. Casey starts what seems like an awkward attempt to ask her out before some Herrmann and Ritter shenanigans get in the way. When Brett asks what he wanted, Casey either chickens out or changes his mind, telling her, “Let me get back to you.” And that bit of hesitation may have lost him his chance, because Chaplain Kyle is back with some news: He’s moving to Indianapolis for a new job. Seeing the two at the bar, Casey assumes that Brett and Kyle are back together, which makes sense since they’re both nice, good, selfless people who are good together, he tells Brett.
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The next day, Kyle shows up at the firehouse with even more declarations: He tells Brett that...
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