Chicago Fire assists Chicago PD with a crossover effort in this week’s episode. Here’s the official Chicago Fire season 6, episode 13 synopsis and teaser.
Thursday’s Chicago Fire episode is part two of the crossover that began on Chicago PD, so what should fans expect from the conclusion? Find out with NBC‘s official description and promo for the next episode.
This week’s episode is called “Hiding Not Seeking” and picks up with Firehouse 51 still working with the Intelligence Unit to catch a citywide bomber. Matthew Casey (Jesse Spencer) offers his experience to help the case, but gets thrown for a loop when Intelligence wants Gabriela Dawson (Monica Raymund) and Sylvie Brett (Kara Killmer) to go undercover. Will Dawson and Brett bust the bombing case wide open, or get themselves in trouble that even they don’t know how to get out of?
Meanwhile, “Hiding Not Seeking” might also throw a wrench into Stella Kidd’s (Miranda Rae Mayo) relationship. Then again, that’s not the first time we’ve heard that on this show, so hold on to find out if that blows up by the end of the night, too.
Here’s how NBC officially describes the episode:
While working to track down a bombing suspect, Voight and Antonio meet with Chief Boden, who unwillingly agrees to let Dawson and Brett go undercover. As the investigation continues Boden, Casey and Severide lend their skilled expertise in the investigation.
Elsewhere, Kidd and Zach’s relationship hits a bump and Cruz has a hard time expressing his true feelings for Brett. Meanwhile, Herrmann and Connie are forced to come up with an alternative solution when two birthday parties are booked on the same day at the firehouse.
And here’s the “Hiding Not Seeking” promo that’s been airing in advance of the episode:
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