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Chicago Fire Season 1 Review “Two Families”: Being Thankful For Heroes

It’s Thanksgiving around the firehouse, but a holiday doesn’t stop people from needing help, as is shown in this episode of Chicago Fire, “Two Families.”

I’m not sure if the runs are actually decreasing or if they’re just melding even better into the drama than last week. However, I will say the writers employed the idea of having some of the runs actually deal with the chracters and having others that are just extraneous. I’ll just go in the order of the episode(at least for the most part), because taking them out of order will be too taxing (and confusing).

First, there’s a gas leak at what seems to be an elementary school. Leonard, one of the people at the school is nowhere to be found, and the firemen find him the basement of the building, passed out from crystal meth that’s still burning. Because the firemen were exposed, they all have to be tested for drugs when they return to the firehouse. Read More...

http://www.tvequals.com/2012/11/22/chicago-fire-season-1-review-two-families-being-thankful-for-heroes/

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