Firehouse 51 has to bunk with Firehouse 20 temporarily, which leads to rising tensions. Here’s how to watch Chicago Fire Season 8, Episode 11.
Two captains will clash in Chicago Fire Season 8, Episode 11. Here’s how to make sure you don’t miss a beat of the episode live tonight.
As you know you expected when you learned boundaries would change, tensions are arising between the two firehouses. Things started in the midseason premiere as it’s clear that Firehouse 20 has its priorities out of whack, but things will get worse in “Where We End Up.” After all, both teams will be bunking together for a while.
Firehouse 51 has a pest problem. That leads to our guys and gals needing to bunk somewhere else until the situation is resolved, and Firehouse 20 is the best option. They do get called out to the same fires, after all. Might as well have them both together.
But that just leads to them getting under each others’ feet. And I’m sure the glory hunting will come up.
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Casey isn’t the only one who is struggling with another person in charge, either. The women have to deal with Captain Leone, who may or may not have it out for them.
For those who don’t remember, Captain Leone was one of those who headed over to Firehouse 51 when hearing about the Women’s Lounge. We all know how that wasn’t going to turn out a success, but will it really come back to haunt them now?
Meanwhile, Boden has to deal with some procedural changes. Are these to do with Firehouse 20 now in the same areas as Firehouse 51 or is there another issue arising?
One good thing is that Severide will be around, so at least he’ll have everyone’s back. It’s not been the same with him in arson, even if he is excellent at that job.
Check out the Chicago Fire Season 8, Episode 11 promo and synopsis:
A pest control problem forces the 51 team to temporarily bunk with Firehouse 20; all under the same roof, Casey clashes with Capt. Delaney, while Foster, Kidd and Brett fear Capt. Leone has it out for them; Boden mulls a procedural overhaul.
There’s no need to miss out on Chicago Fire tonight. You can watch NBC through Hulu Live TV and even catch it tomorrow on-demand. Otherwise, you’ll want to use the following methods to watch the episode live.