Airdate: Wednesday, March 21, 2018
Written by: TBA
Directed by: TBA
Synopsis: The first responders take calls to help an unusual domestic disturbance, a "death" at a psychic's, and a horrific motorcycle crash. Meanwhile, Bobby dips his toe into the dating pool, Abby takes a walk down memory lane, Buck is confronted by his past actions, and Athena tries to start her new life.
I'm liking the show, which is just cheesy and over the top enough to hit my Grey's Anatomy/SVU/Criminal Minds sweet spot. But the Fox player is absolutely dreadful. Anyone else have issues with it? 3/4 of the time, there's no button to make the show full screen, and if I pause the show, most of the time I have to restart from the beginning. Just an awful barely working video player.
that have aired so far and I'm addicted!! Sure it's not realistic but its a freakin fox drama...not a documentary, and I love it!! Its so cheesy and hilarious at times and it that makes it even better. I LOVE connie britton so I was already excited for this show.
I've been a fan of Chicago Fire since season 1 episode 1 and I have to say this show is a breath of fresh air! Again, alot of it is unrealistic but all of the dramatic emergency situations are intense and keep me on edge! Fire has become more of a soap opera lately, and those of yall who also watch it know its primarily focuses on dramatic dawson and doormat casey. Exciting, intense rescue situations were what got me into Chicago Fire in the first place
I'm looking forward to see how the various subplots work out, but I enjoy the balance on the various characters. The main cast is small compared to other TV shows but thats okay! I can't wait for more, this show is heart-throbbing, intense, and laughable all at the same time.
My sincerest apologies for getting the discussion thread up late. Hope you all enjoy the episode!
Airdate: Wednesday, March 7, 2018
Written by: Kristen Reidel
Directed by: Barbara Brown
Synopsis: What goes around comes around for an unremorseful widower, an arrogant fitness club owner and an unsuspecting thief. Meanwhile, Bobby gets a surprising phone call from his doctor after donating at Chimney's blood drive, and Athena confronts Michael after having a heart-to-heart with their kids.
I just watched the first episode. The script, the actors, everything good, but it looks like it was made with a small amount of money. In the whole episode they used 2 police cars and a firetruck. For example, at the burglary scene, with the little girl, in real life at least 2 or 3 police cars would have responded to that. Just watch Southland to see the police response there..
Airdate: Wednesday, February 28, 2018
Written by: Adam Penn
Directed by: Maggie Kiley
Synopsis: A full moon keeps the crew busy with some of the craziest calls yet, as Athena investigates a potential home invasion and "faces off" against a rabid criminal, and Abby helps investigate the murder of a caller.
This is due to the olympics.
I only just now got the chance to watch this episode, and I am impressed by just how incredibly over-the-top it was. The other episodes have been pretty dramatic but at least they did a good job of trying to make it seem somewhat realistic (at least to a layperson). This episode however? Tons of things jumped out at me as being unrealistic, like Abby being able to find medical information on a patient by calling their doctor, or Athena being told the name and personal information of the organ recipient, and especially the emergency trach! Several other things as well, but those are the big stinkers. It's like the writers just gave up trying to make the show realistic and decided to go full insane drama.
He literally answered it while he was working on a patient. Wtf? Sure, it was Abby with some good info but how was he supposed to know? She could have been calling to say wassup for all he knew and he still answered on the job literally with a patient.
She stole the show during that ep for me..hilariously creepy.
911 is a FOX procedural drama about 911 operators and the stories behind the calls that come through the emergency telephone number.