An accident gets a second look that will shock the Firehouse, while two firefighters are on no speaking terms and a date doesn't end quite well at what someone had imagined. Here's a recap!
There's a blow up in the firehouse and it looked like that a certain someone was thinking of retirement. It was between Mouch and Otis with each other calling old and baby. Ritter tries to fix it multiple times. But finally, fix the two when coming to Molly's for Trivial Game Night while wearing a ridiculous sweater.
Casey and Severide work on a case of a motorcycle accident that seemed to be the motorist error. Even though the motorist died; his son came to talk and believe that someone had happened because his father was a cautious driver. Casey and Severide look around and even tried to find the GoPro camera that the motorist loved carrying around when driving. After a rescue call, they searched around the accident area one more time and found the GoPro in the trash. The video shows the cop, that was on the scene of the accident, had caused the accident and tried to hide it.
Foster gets a visit from the doctor from the previous episode. She goes out with Dr. Shaw and even though it went well but stopped at her place. He came back to her to see if she would want to go out again; but she declined and broke off their relationship. Well, later on, he turns up at the Trivia Night and tells Foster that he's not going to give up that easy and leaves her in a bit worried.
"Make This Right" was a very good episode. The episode kept me interested throughout the hour and it was at times thrilling and funny too. I LOVED the Casey and Severide duo teamwork on solving the mystery of the accident; as it reminds me of the duo between Severide and Dawson or Dawson and Shay. The fight between Mouch and Otis was very good and I don't think that the talk of retirement from Mouch is off the table yet. And the Foster and Shaw story was so thrilling and worrisome at the end. This episode had strong character development and writing. Overall, I give this episode an 8.5/10.
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You can catch Chicago Fire Wednesday at 9/8c on NBC.