CHICAGO FIRE: Derek Haas Previews Stellaride Post-Engagement, Brettsey's Interrupted Conversation, and More - Give Me My Remote : Give Me My Remote

CHICAGO FIRE: Derek Haas Previews Stellaride Post-Engagement, Brettsey’s Interrupted Conversation, and More

May 25, 2021 by  

Chicago Fire season 9 finale spoilers

CHICAGO FIRE — “No Survivors” Episode 916 — Pictured: (l-r) Christian Stolte as Randall “Mouch” McHolland, Alberto Rosende as Blake Gallo, Miranda Rae Mayo as Stella Kidd, Jesse Spencer as Matthew Casey , Kara Killmer as Sylvie Brett, Hanako Greensmith as Violet — (Photo by: Adrian S. Burrows Sr./NBC)

As CHICAGO FIRE’s season comes to a close, the show has already made big moves: in the penultimate hour, longtime couple Severide (Taylor Kinney) and Kidd (Miranda Rae Mayo) got engaged and Casey (Jesse Spencer) finally told Brett (Kara Killmer) he was in love with only her.

But…there are big moves ahead.

“I want [the fans] to get prepared,” CHICAGO FIRE boss Derek Haas previously teased. “Get whatever they use to help relieve stress and tension as they’re watching. If it’s just squeezing a tennis ball, or biting down on a piece of wood to keep them from gnashing their teeth and calling me with curses. Grab that before you get to the last episode.”

With the finale airing this week, Haas offered a few more (vague) teases about what’s ahead…

Casey put his feelings out there. What can you tease about how Brett handles that confession and how this changes their dynamic?
I wish they could just have a conversation without the bells going off. Those damn bells!

Kidd and Severide seem to be in a bit of a happy bubble post-engagement. How long will they be able to stay there, and what can you tease about how her promotion/possible re-location might play into the finale
It’s a hot topic in this episode, as she realizes how much this house means to her. Severide is there to give her some advice on what may happen if she has to leave.  

Boden seems to be considering a new position that would take him out of the firehouse. How will the other characters react to that news, and how might that shakeup the current 51 hierarchy?
He’s going to have a lot to think about over the course of this episode and we’ll see some of the interactions that will shape his ultimate decision.

How will Cruz’ impending fatherhood play into the final episode of the season?
Emotionally, it’s going to be a big part of the finale. But the actual birth isn’t going to be this season.

Violet has been a fun addition to the show. Do you anticipate her sticking around?
I can see her staying for a while. The secret of showrunning and storytelling is there are things that happen that are outside of the storyline of the show, that impact what ends up being on screen. Between seasons is when a lot of the decisions that I have nothing to do with—negotiation between actors and production go on—and then we deal with whatever cards do we are dealt when we get back into the writers’ room. But my plan is for Violet to stick around for a while.

Is there anything else you want to tease about the hour?
Just that I’m sorry for everything that is about to happen.

CHICAGO FIRE, Wednesdays, 9/8c, NBC


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