Carver is heckled by a member of the public in Chicago Fire season 11, episode 7. Is there something more personal to it? Find out in the new episode.
We’re learning a little more about Carver in Chicago Fire, but it’s still not enough. So far, it’s all surface details, and that’s not something that helps us connect to the character. Well, the new episode could change that.
The promo makes it clear that Firehouse 51 will deal with a heckler. However, this member of the public seems to be focused on Carver rather than the firefighters as a whole. Is this going to be something personal? Did Carver fail to save a life once? Someone linked to this person?
Kidd thinks about the Girls on Fire program in Chicago Fire season 11, episode 7
Meanwhile, we’ll see Kidd think a little more about her Girls on Fire program. It’s something that hasn’t been mentioned much this season, but we know it’s close to her heart. What will bring it up in the new episode?
One of the girls who got a start in the program is graduating from the Fire Academy. This is a huge accomplishment for the girl, and also for Kidd. It shows that the program works and that it helps young women go down a career path they wouldn’t usually have chosen. What does this mean for the future of the program, though? Can Kidd continue working on it while also being a lieutenant?
Meanwhile, it looks like Herrmann has what could be the humorous storyline. He wants to make sure a man fulfills his dying wish. Usually, this wouldn’t be funny, but what’s the betting that there is something ridiculous about the dying wish?
Check out the promo and synopsis for Chicago Fire season 11, episode 7:
Herrmann is tasked with fulfilling a man’s dying wish; Kidd reflects on her Girls on Fire programme after one of her students graduates from the Fire Academy; a heckler harasses Firehouse 51.
Watch Chicago Fire season 11, episode 7 live
Date: Wednesday, Nov. 9
Start Time: 9/8c
Episode: Season 11, Episode 7, “Angry Is Easier”
TV Channel: NBC
Live Stream: Watch live on Fubo TV. Sign up now for a free seven-day trial. You can also watch on the NBC website or app.
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