Here's a recap of Chicago Fire episode "You Choose."
As Severide tries to move forward from his break up with Kidd; he spends his time not only at the firehouse but helping to restore someone's boat. He connects with his client's son; they bond so well that Severide understands what he's going through living with a wild father and not knowing your own mother. But the relationship gets toxic from the kid's father's perspective and threatens Severide; but instead, he leaves and went on to do his job.
It was later a call about a house fire happening at the same place where Severide was restoring the boat, but no one got hurt. The client gets mad and charges him for the fire. But Severide wasn't the one that caused it; he knew who it was but waited for him to show up. It was the kid. Severide told him that he has to choose what he wants to be: someone great or like his father.
While Severide was keeping himself busy; Kidd was too and decides to enter Tuesday into the dog competition. But the dog doesn't listen unless you tease him with peanut butter. By the for Tuesday to perform, it failed and everyone ran out thinking that Tuesday was killing a girl, but really given her doggie kisses.
Brett gets double duty: one a day date with Kyle and house hunting for Casey. In the end, Casey calls off the house hunting as he's gonna stay with Severide a bit longer. While Kyle tells her that he loves her after she offered to take him to see Stephen King and get his favorite book signed.
Forster gets upset after a call when she found the bus driver, who had a seizure while driving, medicine list; tried to get someone to tell her doctor. Later on, both Foster and Brett get a warning from their boss and Forster still wouldn't stop, but she finally meets and tells him and even maybe got a date out of it too.
"You Choose" was a very good episode, maybe not one of the best; but it had some really strong moments that pull you in. Also, moments that were just too funny as well like Kidd taking over training Tuesday instead of Trudy's friend. And I know I've been saying this since episode two but there was a moment between Brett and Casey that seem like a little push between one another when looking at each other. I'm just saying. Overall, I give this episode an 8.5/10.
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You can catch Chicago Fire Wednesdays at 9/8c on NBC.