Chicago Fire Boden

Chicago Fire Sneak Peek: Who's in the Hot Seat After Ignoring Orders?

There are two kinds of mistakes you can make, Chicago Fire‘s Chief Boden explains in this NBC sneak peek — one of which can be avoided if you simply follow orders, which someone has failed to do.

In the episode “The Last One for Mom” (airing Tuesday at 10/9c), the firehouse is called to a blaze at an art gallery. During a rope-assisted search for trapped victims, one of the men breaks protocol and put lives in jeopardy as a result of his actions. In the video below, Boden (Eamonn Walker) confronts the squad member about his ill-advised actions, which “could come back” to haunt him.

Elsewhere in this week’s episode: Detective Holloway continues to entrust Severide to watch over her young son at the firehouse while she testifies in court, leading to an unexpected turn; Casey receives a suspicious package in the mail that casts suspicion on him from the Board of Ethics; and Brett confronts Otis about not taking care of his issues.

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  1. Josh says:

    Here comes Severide banging the 50th woman he’s slept with on the show lol. Seriously I like Severide but he’s a a man W#### get him a woman he can have a serious relationship with

  2. fiberlicious says:

    This episode was sloppy. Who lets THE key witness in a huge federal criminal case run around unattended leading up to her testimony? It was obvious from the moment we “met” her that the woman was going to die. Sheesh.