Chicago Fire (2012–…): Season 4, Episode 6 - 2112 - full transcript

Severide and Patterson's differences reach a boiling point, while a visitor from Cruz's past asks for a favor.

First fire, huh?

In my opinion, you are not fit for duty.

And I'd advise you take additional leave.

Respectfully, I decline your advice.

We'll let Severide stay right where he is.

No way. I did my job. Ask Patterson.

I'm happy to discuss this with you later.

I'm not talking to you.

Your people backtalk
their superior officers.

I know exactly where
they learn that behavior.

I'll be damned if Chief Riddle

is gonna change my way
of running this house.

He wants to fight, then let's fight.

What is this?


Let me guess. More drilling?

Yeah. He called ahead.

Said to start without him.

And where is Captain Patterson?

- You ever do any cycling?
- No, Chief.

I can't say I've done much.

Until drugs corrupted the hell
out of it, it was a great sport.

You want to know why?

It's one of the few sports

that focuses on a team of individuals.

You see, the cyclist
needs the rest of his team

to get out in front, provide a wake,

so he can draft on them.

I'm not sure I follow.

You want Squad Three to be the
best squad in the city, right?

I do.

And you have an idea, a vision,

on how to make that happen, I assume?

Of course you do.

Well, I have a vision as
well, for the entire CFD,

and it hinges on this simple concept.

A team of individuals.

We each have a job to do.

We each have to do that job
correctly and professionally

every time, or the team fails.

It's not that hard a concept to follow.


Boden, Severide, Dawson, Casey.

The people at 51 are not team players.

Plain and simple.

And you've seen that.

Chief Boden has a unique
way of doing things...

Exactly. I couldn't agree with you more.

So, when I make a move

to change the way he's doing things,

I want to make sure that
you're ready to step up.

Are you?

Yes, Chief, I am.

That's exactly what I wanted to hear.

Truck 81, Squad 3, Ambulance
61, structure fire.

- Dismissed.
- 5057 East, 21st place.

[sirens blaring]

[suspenseful music]

♪ ♪

They're up there!

Gotta save her! Please.

[woman screaming]

Help! Please!

- Help!
- [baby crying]

Casey, need a ladder.

Mouch, Otis, let's get the aerial up there.

Severide, climb up to that woman.

On it.

♪ ♪

Get us down, please!

I was in, sleeping. [coughs]

I heard this electrical shock, and then...

- [coughs]
- What's your name?

- Bob.
- Bob?

- I'm Bob.
- Help! Up here!

Summoned to headquarters.

What do we got?

51, get a line in the house.

Copy that, Chief.

There's no one else inside?

Not that I know of.

Squad, let's get in
and do a primary search.

Cruz, come with me. Cap,
Tony, take the back door.

Copy that!

Help! Help us!

Come on. They're gonna get 'em.

- They'll be fine.
- Oh, my God!

♪ ♪

Hurry! It's really hot up here!

Hold on! We're coming!



Please hurry!

Get that ladder up!

- It's too hot!
- [baby crying]

Stay right where you are!

Don't move!

- [baby crying]
- I'm gonna throw him to you.

No! Hey, hey, don't do that.

I have to!

No! Wait!


I got him!


He's okay!

The baby's okay!


[baby crying]

- Severide, go!
- It's too hot!

I can't take it. I got to jump!



I got you.

[heavy breathing]

- I got you.
- I'm okay.

[indistinct shouting]

- Okay, watch.
- [breathing heavily]

Oh, oh.

I didn't... I didn't know what I...

He's fine, ma'am. He's fine.

Come on, ride with us.

Come on.

- You going, too?
- No, I'm driving myself.

Okay, ready?

That was incredible.

- That your family?
- [siren wails]

Yeah, that's my sister and my nephew.

I just... I just happened to be in town.

I yelled when I woke up. I don't know.

Maybe it helped. I don't know.

Is that from "Signals?"

[chuckles] Yeah.

I'm a huge Rush fan.

Well, that's cool.

That's why I'm here.

- You know, I work for the band.
- Really?

Yeah. Yeah, we're here to do one last show.

- In Chicago?
- Mm-hmm.

- I didn't hear.
- No, I know.

They announced Friday and it
sold out in, like, 30 minutes.

Oh, you got to be kidding me.

I thought Los Angeles.

Yeah, I know, we all did. Right?

But with these guys, you
got to expect the unexpected.

- Oh, my God.
- Yeah, hey,

how do I get to the hospital from here?

Oh, of course. Uh, Chicago Med.

What you're gonna want to
do is head down to Cermak.

Hang a left. Go about four blocks.

You'll see St. Louis Avenue.

My birthday's next month.

- Congratulations?
- I'm just saying,

if someone wants to spring
for Rush tickets for me.

- Oh, how much?
- 800 on Tix-a-lot.

I'll just get you a cake.

- What was that?
- What?

I saw that. Spill, sister.

It's nothing. Something.

I want in.

Chili and Jimmy.

- Shut up.
- No way.

Okay, guys, we barely kissed.

- For an hour.
- I freaking knew it.

- How was it?
- [chuckles]

An eleven.

- Wallace...
- Yeah?

Chief Riddle's office called.

They want hard copies of
all your incident reports.

For the whole month?

The whole year.

Don't shoot the Connie.

Casey, I'm gonna have to
swing home pick up some reports

I've been working on. Um, can you?

- You're covered.
- Thank you.

You ever, uh, had an in-house flame?

No. I mean, maybe, like,
a match flare once, but no.

Okay, my two cents.

I advise against it.

Nothing good can come from this.

Except once, one.

That was Dawson and Casey.

Thank you, and hey, I say you go for it.

I don't know.

I heard some things about
Riddle at the union meet.

Yeah, that jag-off's been
out to get us for a while.

Well, Monahan at 36 says
he is gunning for us, like,

both barrels.

Thinks Firehouse 51's a stumbling block

to him getting commissioner.

Nah, this house has weathered plenty,

and we'll weather this.

Boden can handle anything.

- And let's go.
- [stopwatch beeps]

[tense music]

Check his air.

Air's fine.

So call it in.

♪ ♪

Mayday, mayday, we got
a downed firefighter.

Second floor. Bringing him out now.

Over to the stairs.

♪ ♪

[stopwatch beeps]

88 seconds.

Let's go again.

Come on, again.

Paperwork. It's what
he wants to hang me on.

Incident reports, please.

He can't fire you if you
didn't do anything wrong.

He can transfer me.

He's just waiting for an excuse

to fill in at the bottom of the form.

I guarantee you. Bye, bye 51.

Hello, Morningside.


- Mm-mm.
- Can you, uh?

- Mm-hmm.
- Yeah.



I just wanted to knock
and introduce myself.

I'm Serena. I'm Airbnbing next door.

I, uh, uh, I don't know what that means,

but, um, welcome.

Just means that I'm here for a few weeks.

I wanted to let you know in
case my music was too loud,

or whatever. It's not.

I mean, it won't be, but here's my number

in case you got to get a hold of me.


Welcome to the neighborhood.

I'm Donna, and what he meant to say is,

- he's Wallace.
- Yeah, I...

Let us know if you need anything.

- Serena.
- Serena.

Thank you. Nice to meet you,

and really, call me if
there are any problems.

- Oh, you got it.
- Yeah.

Okay, bye.

I don't know what Airbnb is,
because I don't know how to talk

- to young beautiful women.
- Okay, okay, okay.

Will you please help me find the damn form?

[chuckles] Yeah.

Wow. You got here
lickety-split, Speed Racer.

Yeah, lucky's more like it.

It was green lights all the way.

That's 32 on the nose.

Hey, listen, there's more than 20% there,

- but you earned it, so keep it.
- Thank you.

- That's really nice of you.
- Yeah.

Hey, did anybody ever
tell you, you look like...

Brad Pitt? Yeah, I get that all the time.

I'll see y'all later.

[tires screeching]


I was gonna say Robert Redford,

but there was a little
bit of Pitt in there.


[car engine revving]

What's that all about?

No idea.

[car engine revving]

[dark music]

♪ ♪

I think I know that guy.

Freddie Clemente.

Used to hang out with my brother, Leon.

[tires screeching]



Hey, guys, remember Bob?

- Hey.
- Hey, Bob.

Gorman, from before.

- The house fire?
- Oh, hey.

- Sure.
- Yeah, anyways, I, um, I just...

I really appreciate
everything you guys did.

So I wanted to give you some tickets.

- For Rush?
- Yes, sir.

Thank you.

I... thank you so much.

Yeah, there's some
meet-and-greets in there, too.

- There are?
- Really?

- Oh, yeah.
- [whistles]

All right, well, look,
you guys, enjoy the show.

Really, and thank you so much.

My sister and my nephew,
they're doing fine, so...

- Oh, that's great news.
- Great, Bobby.

- Do well, buddy.
- Thank you.

See you, bud.

Wow. Four tickets...

and they're backstage.

You know, my dad loves Rush.

Who's Rush?

Only four?

Otis, do not look this
gift horse in the mouth.

Who put you in charge of distribution?

- Yeah.
- Yeah.

The spirit of radio, that's who.


I've never seen him run before.

[whistles] Hey.

[knocks] Talk to you a minute, Captain?

As long as you start calling me Dallas.

Sure, Dallas, um, listen,

I don't want to step on your toes,

but I've been watching the squad,

and, um, I've been in the same position.

New guy in charge.

Wanting to run things a certain way.

Well, Mouch and Herrmann
didn't take kindly to being told

how to do a job they've
been doing very well,

and for a long time.

This is about Kelly.

This is about a great firefighter.

It's not like I haven't given him a shot.

Shots, plural, in fact.

I'm just saying,

no one does his best work
with crosshairs on his back.

Okay, well, um, thank you, Matt.

I will think about what you said.

How come we got to be
battling for two spots?

There was you plus three more.

Because I told Casey he could have one.

That doesn't make any sense.

He asked. I said yes.

End of discussion.

- Okay.
- All right?

All right. Get on with it, then.

- All right, ready?
- Yeah.

And a one, and a two, and...

[Rush's "Yyz" playing]

♪ ♪

- Cruz.
- Mm-hmm?

Dude's back.

♪ ♪

That's it.

Yo, Cruz.

Freddie, thought that was you.

What are you doing driving
all gangster around here?

Man, come on, I just seen you.

Wanted to make sure you
was you, and here you are.

Joe Cruz.


How you been, Freddie?

Can't complain. Can't complain, you know.

Say, man, how's Leon?

I ain't seen him in a minute.

What do you want with Leon?

Want to know how to, like,
reach out to him, you know?

Like, how to get a hold of him.


Sorry, Freddie, I don't have his number.

- Come on, Joe.
- Can't help you.

[tense music]

♪ ♪

Will you at least give this to him?

I'll see what I can do.

Thank, man. That's all.


Hey, you okay, Freddie?

Right as rain, bro.

Right as rain.

[car door closes]

[car engine starts]

What was that all about?

Uh, nothing, Captain.

[station bell rings]

Truck 81. Squad 3. Ambulance 61.

Multiple vehicle accident.

South Boston and West Cermak.

[siren blaring]

[dramatic music]



Hey, hey, that guy's a maniac!

- A complete and total maniac.
- Okay, everyone calm down.

Let us get aid to the wounded.

Forget about that guy.

Give aid to my friend here, man.

Hey, we got a problem here?

That bastard sideswiped me,
and then he ran over Neil,

and then he plowed into
that car over there...

Okay, okay, the police will
handle that when they get here.

Right now, our concern is for your wounded.

Okay, Chili, Brad,

- get to these hit bikers.
- Copy that.

Squad will take the SUV driver.

Got it.

We'll check the driver of the other car.

Copy that.


♪ ♪

We're gonna need the C-collar, here.

- God, this city sucks, man.
- Yep.

Neil, Neil.

Hey, I can't help him until you back up.

- Neil? Can you talk?
- Barely.

How about you tell me what hurts.


I'm just gonna check your leg for any...

- Aah!
- Possible fracture.


Oh, great. Yeah, that's just great!

Cruz, take the driver's side.

Severide, cut the posts
from the passenger side

and we'll peel the roof back.

Yeah, this scene's about to get bad, man.

We need to put him in a C-collar,

pull him out the window, load and go.

Hey, I didn't ask for
your opinion, firefighter.

Cut the post.


♪ ♪

Pretty bad whiplash, Chief.

You see what I'm saying?
The guy's a maniac!

How many other people he's got to hurt?

Battalion 25 to main.

What's the ETA on the police?

Five minutes on police, Battalion 25.

Damn. Shift change.

Hey, we need to get this
guy out of here, now.

Negative. Keep working on the posts.

You stupid asses swerved
right in front of me.

Hey! Hey!

[all yelling]

- Calm down, calm down!
- Hey!

- [all yelling]
- Stay back!

[all yelling]

Tony, get a C-collar on this guy.

[all yelling]

- Stay back!
- Hey, enough!

Enough! Back up.

[suspenseful music]

Mouch, I need a hand.

[all yelling]

Let's go!

[sirens blaring]

I got you.

[siren blaring]

[phone ringing]


Hey, hi.


Uh, actually I'm two minutes away.

Yeah, I'll swing by.

Casey, I'm gonna swing by
the house for two minutes.

- Copy that.
- Thank you.


I was too embarrassed to call 911.

I'm sorry.

- Don't worry about it.
- Happens all the time.

I was making tea,

and I thought, "Don't leave the burner on."

And what did I do?

Did you, uh, check all the windows?



Um, this'll cost you a lock and a frame,

but I can help you with the frame.

I understand.


It's okay.

- Oh, thank you.
- Okay.

Well, look at that.

- It's not even on.
- You're kidding me.



Well... [chuckles]

I might be losing my mind,

but thank you,

and you are not leaving here

without pouring yourself a thank you drink.

Uh, I'm on duty.

So as much as I would
love to, I'm gonna pass.

You don't want to break the rules a little?

No, I don't.

I will not hold it against you.

Okay, um...

anything else I can help you with.

Um, you have a good rest of your day.

Look, I don't know how
many times I have to say it.

When we're out there, I'm
the one calling the shots.

And I'm saying, on the scene,
when everything happens at once,

you have to go with your gut.

Yeah, I'm not talking about that.

I'm talking about a pattern

of consistently undermining my authority.

If you think that,
Captain, then I apologize.

I just, I have to be able to
watch the whole playing field

and know that when I call the shot,

everyone is gonna
execute it with precision.

Squad can't be listening
to two guys at once.

I understand.


Anything else?

No, that's it.

[dark music]

[door opens, closes]

♪ ♪

Think he's all right?

He's dealing.

You're so distracted.

Trying to finish up all this paperwork

so I can be free and clear for the show.

I had no idea you were so into Rush.

And after all these years,

there's still onion
layers you haven't peeled.

What other surprises are

you holding on to? Hmm?

Well, stay up for me after the concert,

you can find out.

Oh, really?



This is nice.

Just being here, laughing, with you.

Yeah it is, isn't it?

Reminds me of before.

I liked before.

Me, too.

Seventh grade. Mrs. Clootz.

I turned in Rush's lyrics for "The Trees"

as a poem I wrote.

She thought I was a genius,

and posted them on the bulletin
board for the school to read.

- Yeah, fascinating.
- I know.

So I don't know if I should use
that or the story of the time

that I snuck my cat, Tom Sawyer,

into the Milwaukee show
when I met 'em backstage...

Hey, Connie!

You know where Chief is?

Pulling up now.

- Just what he needs.
- Absolutely.

Hey, Chief, can we get a minute with you?

What's up?

Remember when we all went to see Aerosmith

- back in 2001?
- I do.

And you said that that was a night to beat.

You know, concert-wise.

I did.

We're about to beat that night.

[exhales] Rush.

Saturday night.

Backstage passes included.

You, me, him, and Casey.

Appreciate the offer.

Saturday night, date night, me and Donna.

- Maybe you didn't hear me.
- Oh, I heard you.

But, Chief, I'm telling you,

and I have been to
Rush, 19 times, mind you,

and each show was mind-blowingly
better than the last.

If you miss this,

you're missing a slice
of rock and roll heaven.

[tense music]

♪ ♪

- Otis, then.
- Otis, then.

- I have to, right?
- Mm.

What if there's an ear in there?

Or a single bullet?

What is wrong with you?

I'm talking about gang stuff.

Ooh, a rattlesnake.

What do you know about gangs, Otis?

- I watch "The Wire."
- Just shut up

and hand me the screwdriver.

[latch opens]


That's it?

Just old baseball cards.

Well, I can't say I'm not disappointed.

I used to get these for Freddie and Leon

after little league games.

They used to flip out for 'em.

Guess Freddie kept all of his.

Well, it's nice he wants
to give 'em to Leon.


But check 'em for poison.

That's all I'm saying.

It's weird, Donna.

There's something very
strange about the whole thing.

Stove was not on and she knew it.

No. Well, I don't think so.

Uh, she comes by will you call me?

Yeah. No, I got to go.

Yeah. Love you, too.

You said this is my squad, right?

- Yes, it is.
- I say who stays and who goes?

What's this about, Dallas?

I want to make a change.

I want to transfer Severide out of Squad 3.

Why do you have it out for Kelly?

I have it out for anyone who's

constantly questioning my orders.

My understanding is it was a judgment call

made in the moment.

It wasn't just that, and
it is still insubordination.

Look, I'm really sorry, Dallas,

but we do not just kick our people out.

We discipline. We reprimand.

We address the problem,
but we do not give up.

Especially when they're as good
at the job as Kelly Severide is.

So if you want to write
him up, that's just fine,

but he stays in this house.

So when you say it's my squad,
you mean it's your squad?

Your squad. My house.

That don't sit right with you,

door's right there.

[tense music]

Okay, Chief.



Stop. Stop.




So, I'm gonna say two names,

and you stop folding when those two names

don't go together.

- Okay.
- Dawson and Casey.

Mouch and Sergeant Platt.

Jimmy and Chili.


[stirring music]

♪ ♪


Hey, candidate.


You and Chili, huh?


Hey, man, no worries from me.

I think you're being smart about it.

Better to keep it on the DL.

The last thing I need is the chief

looking at me sideways.

Well, in my experience,

in-house dating is something you
have to be very careful about.

Yeah, that's what I thought.


Who were you with?


Who'd you date in-house?

Well, no.

I didn't. Me... me, personally.


Oh. Thanks.

Yeah, yeah.

You got it, man.

[chuckles] He wrote me up?

Yes, he did.

I was right, Chief. He knows that.

I'm aware, but I'm telling
you, he's a captain.

It's within his authority to do so

whether I recommend it or not.

Yeah, but you can overrule him.

I can write up paperwork. So can he.

Fact is, it's gonna be in your file.

The drills. Washing the rig.

None of it matters. He's coming for me.

And I am handling it.

I got to say, you know what?


Nothing. Never mind.



He was your buddy, remember?


[door opens, closes]

So you got it in the FedEx, whatever?

Leon will get the box, yeah.

[chuckles] Cool, cool, thanks, man.

No problem.

You in trouble, Freddie?

What, me? Nah, man.

Nah, I'm good, bro.

Leon got out, huh?


You helped him?


[dark music]

♪ ♪

You know, um...

I was thinking and, um...

could you do that for me?

I'm jumped in, bro.

I'm stuck.

I'll always be stuck.

No one's ever had my back, ever.

You know what, yo, this is stupid.

I should never came around, bugging.

Hey, why don't you come
inside the firehouse, huh, man?

Grab some food. Meet everybody.

- Yeah?
- Yeah.

It's a neighborhood house. Safe house.

We make sure of that.

Got to roll.


[car door shuts] [engine starts]


You need to get comfortable
with being honest with me,

and if you can't, you can always

fall back on the fact that
you don't have a choice.

I didn't think you'd want to be

bothered with a non-work issue.

You thought wrong.

What's with the box?

It's just my brother's friend

trying to jump-start a conversation.


Me helping him get out.

Of what, gang life?


He's stuck.

And what'd you say?

I told him to start by coming over here.

It's a neighborhood house.

Keep me in the loop.

I will.

Honesty goes both ways. Right, Captain?

Of course.

Then honestly tell me, what
are you doing to this house?

Sometimes chain of command
comes before everything else,


You're gonna have to get used to that.

[alarm blaring]

- Ambulance 61.
- Injured person.

851 South Throop.


[dramatic music]

♪ ♪

Come on in.

- Do you know how lucky you are?
- I really don't.

One in a million.

Maybe more.

You missed your tongue
and your teeth, everything.

Almost everything. Does this hurt?


- You were just cleaning it?
- I thought it was unloaded.

And you keep it locked up, right?


All right, I'm gonna
put this C-collar on you.

Then we're gonna grab the stair chair

and bring you down to the ambulance.

I can walk.

- We'll take you in the chair.
- What about my son?

He can ride, right?

I don't have nobody to watch him.

You don't have any powder burns.

You sure the gun was close to your face?

What'd I tell you? Right here.

You're being really brave.

It's okay, son.

Were you watching Daddy clean his gun?


Did you hurt your arm?

Daddy's gun jumped back when you
pulled the trigger, didn't it?

You didn't shoot yourself.

It was an accident.

I keep the gun locked up.

Keep the key around my neck.

Took it off when I was in the shower.

He found it. It's not his fault.

Why make him lie?

My wife, she died a year ago.

It's just me and my son.

I can't lose that boy. I love him.


I swear I'll be more careful.

I promise.


[indistinct radio chatter]

Everything okay in here?


I guess they did hear a shot.

That is a GSW, right?


In the chin, out the cheek?


- Anyone else home?
- Nope.

Uh, gun's in the lockbox.


So what the hell happened?

I don't know, and he sure
isn't talking for a while.

I got to get the stair chair
and get him over to Med.

The kid's gonna come with us.

All right.

[indistinct chatter]

So, Geddy,

in football I was number 21,

and my friend, Michael, was number 12.

We stood next to each
other in the team picture.

I know, it was as amazing as it sounds.

What the hell are you doing?

I'm practicing what I'm
gonna say to the band.

We were 21-12.

The album. Get it?

That's how we took the picture.

This is all dudes.

Yeah, it's Rush.

I hope these guys are cool, man.

Sometimes when you meet
your heroes they're...

Stop right there.

Coolest Canadians ever, and
I don't say that lightly.

All right, next.

- Hey, enjoy the show.
- Thank you.


Here come some Rush fans.

- How's it going, guys?
- Hi, guys.

- Hey.
- Hey.

Uh, I was 21-12.


Uh, my friend Michael was, uh, 12.

21 was me.


I'm sorry. You mean when
you were 21 years old?

And your buddy was 12?


We're huge fans.

I've been to nine of your shows.


Yeah. Almost as many as us.


Let's get a pic, guys.

- Yeah, all right.
- Okay.

I'm, like, 17 again.

- Yeah.
- One, two, three.

[camera shutter clicks]

[rock music playing]

Mouch, can I see the tickets?

This isn't backstage.

This is behind the stage.

Well, I can see a sliver from my seat.

We can trade places during the show.

- Molly's?
- Yeah.

All right, drinks are on the house.

- Come on, guys.
- Guys, Alex

always plays on the left
side. If we just lean out...

Sorry, buddy, but this is pretty lame.


Yo, fireman.

I totally gave you guys the wrong tickets.

- Mea culpa.
- You?

- Where are your friends?
- Oh, I... I...

It's cool. It's cool.

You're in the front row, bro.

- We?
- Come on.

[Rush playing "Limelight"]

♪ ♪

- Not bad.
- Right?

I don't have any wine.

Beer's fine.

Are we doing something wrong here?

All I know is that life
can be over like that.

So, I mean,

if you want to,

why shouldn't we go for it?

That's what I thought.

[stirring music]

You know, I'm just gonna keep my head down.

Do the work I've always done.

I know you will.

Riddle's gonna keep coming.


- Yeah?
- Wallace Boden?

- Yes.
- Detective Ryan Wheeler.

What can I do you for?

You can tell me if you've
ever been at the house

Serena Holmes is subletting?

Sere... oh, yeah, uh,
she locked herself out.

Thought her stove was on.

I'm a fire chief, so.

Did you kick in her door?

Yes, I did.


What is this concerning?

Well, this is what Serena
Holmes looked like when

she told us a man named
Boden broke down her door

and attacked her.

Hit her in the face with a bottle.

So, if you don't mind, I'd
like you to come with me.

Answer a few questions.


- Yeah.
- What is this?

I have no idea.

Will you come with me, sir?

Yeah, of course.

Can I, uh, get my jacket?

Sure, sure.

[tense music]

♪ ♪

It's okay.

- Back so soon?
- Hey.

- How was the show?
- Don't ask.

Okay. [chuckles] I won't.

- That good?
- We didn't see them.

- Okay.
- We sat...

The reprimand was warranted.

I'm having a beer here.

I just want you to understand.

I've got a job to do.

Do you?

You keep undermining me, Severide.

You say you won't and then you do it again,

and I'm not sure anything's gonna change.

I'm off shift, Captain.

So right now, you and me,

we're just two guys

at a bar who have nothing
else to talk about.

That's how you want to play this?


That's too bad.

When I became a fireman, it was for life.

Day in and day out. Not just on shift.

Now you're gonna question my commitment?

You step back.


Why don't we step outside?

[tense music]

You know what?

Take the next shift off.

You're suspending me?

You're lucky that's all. For now.