Don’t miss Celebrity Myxer’s recap of Chicago Fire Season 10 Episode 14 “An Officer with Grit.” Chief Hawkins goes above and beyond to help Brett and Violet with a problem. Kidd pursues an open lieutenant position. A blast from the past asks Mouch and Herrmann for a favor. Here’s what you missed!
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Watch Chicago Fire Season 10 Episode 14 “An Officer with Grit”
Previously on Chicago Fire Season 10 Episode 13, Severide and Seager team up to investigate a fire at the home of a troubled young woman. Everyone wrote the teen off as disturbed and guilty before proven innocent, however, Severide was the only one to believe in her. He eventually sleuthed that a chemical reaction accidentally started the fire… clearing her name.
Pelham moves into 51’s rumored cursed office. Everyone was baffled about the mysterious noises that emerged from it. Chief Boden took an ax to the walls trying to find out yet it was duct tape rustling in the air ducts. Kylie assists Kidd with Girls on Fire and encourages her to take the lieutenant’s position…
Warning… Spoilers below!
On Chicago Fire Season 10 Episode 14, the team had to work in the hawk (Chicago’s brutally windy cold weather). A semi-truck hang over the expressway and the driver clung for dear life!
The truck was hauling telephone poles and they started to shift. Another fire truck (Truck 74) came to assist and they had an inexperienced fireman with them- Stella had to personally instruct him. Severide secured himself to a line and was lowered to the driver. He managed to link onto the man but the poles started to shift. After stabilizing them, Severide got the man to safety. Lt. Boswell was in charge of the 74 but he was moving to Arizona and his position would be open soon.
After the heroic rescue, Gallo wanted to learn the technique so Severide recommended he take the next class. Gallo visited the instructor and name-dropped Severide hoping to squeeze into the class. Unfortunately, it was backlogged for at least a half year. Later on, Severide confronted him about using his name to bend the rules.
Stella visited Chief Boden about Lt. Boswell’s position, hoping to fill it. He confided that the shift was “a bunch of shaggy dogs”. She rebutted that she had an affinity for diamonds in the rough. He told her that he will have a chat with the decision-maker, O’Brien, at house 72 on her behalf.
Kidd took the news to Severide and pondered about their relationship stability. He reassured her that they will work out despite the difference in shifts. Boden returned to Stella informing her that the position was hers if she wanted it and she did!
Kidd got the position and had an immediate start the very next shift. Boden informed Pelham that Kidd was leaving and to look over replacement firefighters.
When Brett and Violet went in for ambulance maintenance to fix their busted heater, Chief Hawkins pulled strings to bump them in the line. They knew they would catch flack for it later and Violet sought to have a chat with her new boo.
Cleaning Up The Mess
An older gentleman stopped by the firehouse, Spiros Stephenides (Paul Dillon). He once sold the bar to Herrmann. He spoke with Herrmann’s partner, Mouch. The man had a dying wish, to attend to his old bar one more time and Mouch obliged his moribund wish. Mouch excitedly told Herrmann about Spiros and practically got his head bit off since the old man had mobster baggage attached to the sale which Herrmann had to clean up.
When Spiros showed up at the bar, Herrmann confronted him about taking off with his life savings and having to clean up his mess. He guilted the man yet still accepted him back to tend to the bar for one night after critiquing his work. Spiros invited his old regulars and they cleaned the bar out without paying any tabs. Herrmann took the news to Mouch the next day and was pissed.
Spiros returned to the firehouse to offer $4K back to the owners for the tab payments. He didn’t take a cut, the experience was the pay.
Brett and Violet got a call from a man who cut a huge gash into his leg with a chainsaw while creating ice sculptures. They wanted to administer opioids but he was allergic. This wasn’t the first time he cut himself on the job. He had an odd request… that they transport the ice sculpture on the way to Chicago Med. It forced the pair back to the days before their heater was fixed and they weren’t happy campers.
Pelham finally caught up with Kidd and she told him that she was thankful he was a great leader, stepping in while she was unavailable. She shared her confidence in him that the firehouse she loves is in good hands. However, the lack of confidence on Pelham’s face after she left was concerning…
After the shift, Severide gave Gallo an address and mandated he meet him there later. Severide met him at a bridge to show him the rescue move in the interim for joining the class. Violet lied to Brett telling her that she was going home and not seeing Hawkins… that was a lie.
Later on, Pelham confided in Kidd that he wanted to go to House 72 and make it his home while she took over the 81. He had already cleared it with Boden and thanked her for being an inspiration for him. Is Jason Pelham leaving Chicago Fire? Tell us your thoughts!
Air Date: March 2, 2022
Will There Be A One Chicago Crossover?
We haven’t seen a One Chicago Crossover in the past two years due to the pandemic. At the moment, it’s unlikely we will see a One Chicago crossover in 2022.
Chicago Fire Cast
- JESSE SPENCER as Matthew Casey
- TAYLOR KINNEY as Kelly Severide
- DAVID EIGENBERG as Christopher Herrmann
- JOE MINOSO as Joe Cruz
- CHRISTIAN STOLTE as Randy “Mouch” McHolland
- EAMONN WALKER as Wallace Boden
- RANDY FLAGLER as Capp
- YURI SARDAROV as Brian “Otis” Zvonecek
- KARA KILLMER as Sylvie Brett
- Brett Dalton at Jason Pelham
- Hanako Greensmith as Violet Mikami
- Paul Dillon as Spiros Stephanides
- Jimmy Nicholas as Chief Hawkins
- Katelynn Shennett as Kylie Estevez
- Lt. Boswell
Catch a new episode each week on NBC, check out listings dates below. Stay right here, stay mixed in because Chicago Fire Season 10 Episode 15, a possible new recruit to 51 gets tested at a call. Drop your email to get insights into your inbox…
Chicago Fire Season 10 Episode Guide
|10||22||“The Magnificent City of Chicago” Chicago Fire Season 10 Finale||May 25, 2022|
|10||21||“Last Chance”||May 18, 2022|
|10||20||“Halfway to the Moon”||May 11, 2022|
|10||19||“Finish What You Started”||April 20, 2022|
|10||18||“What's Inside You”||April 13, 2022|
|10||17||“Keep You Safe”||April 6, 2022|
|10||16||“Hot and Fast”||March 16, 2022|
|10||15||“The Missing Piece”||March 9, 2022|
|10||14||“An Officer with Grit”||March 2, 2022|
|10||13||“Fire Cop”||February 23, 2022|
|10||12||“Show of Force”||January 19, 2022|
|10||11||“Fog of War”||January 12, 2022|
|10||10||“Back with a Bang”||January 5, 2022|
|10||9||“Winterfest”||December 8, 2021|
|10||8||“What Happened at Whiskey Point?”||November 10, 2021|
|10||7||“Whom Shall I Fear?”||November 3, 2021|
|10||6||“Dead Zone”||October 27, 2021|
|10||5||“Two Hundred”||October 20, 2021|
|10||4||“The Right Thing”||October 13, 2021|
|10||3||“Counting Your Breaths”||October 6, 2021|
|10||2||“Head Count”||September 29, 2021|
|10||1||“ Mayday” Chicago Fire Season 10 Premiere||September 22, 2021|
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