Is Station 51 about to lose one of its personal? Within the Oct. 14 episode of Chicago Hearth, one character seemingly made an enormous determination that might see him leaving the Windy Metropolis for good. That has some followers of the present up in arms.
[Warning: This article contains spoilers for Chicago Fire Season 10 Episode 4.]
Is Jesse Spencer leaving ‘Chicago Fire’?
Within the newest episode of Chicago Hearth — the present’s 199th — Casey headed to Oregon to verify in on Ben and Griffin, the sons of his late greatest buddy Andy Darden. (Darden died within the present’s pilot episode). Their mother is in jail, and the boys have been struggling since their aunt who was caring for them left.
Casey meets with the boys’ counselor, and he or she tells him they’re doubtless going to finish up in separate foster houses. He suggests taking the boys again to Chicago with him, however the counselor rejects that concept, saying it’s higher for them to remain in a extra acquainted atmosphere.
Casey reluctantly returns to Chicago. However Griffin and Ben are nonetheless on his thoughts. In a dialog with Herrmann (David Eigenberg), he confesses he’s made a giant determination.
“We’ve always said any firefighter’s child is every firefighter’s child,” Casey mentioned. “Herrmann, I think I have to move to Oregon, take care of those boys.”
Fans react to Jesse Spencer’s doable exit
So, is Casey actually leaving Station 51 behind? It seems to be like a particular chance. After the episode aired, some followers took to Twitter to share their emotions concerning the chance that Jesse Spencer is perhaps leaving Chicago Hearth for good.
“Don’t leave 51 Casey,” one wrote.
Many have been notably annoyed as a result of Casey and Sylvie Brett (Kara Killmer) had lastly — after a number of seasons of will-they-or-won’t-they waffling — taken their relationship to the following degree.
“Matt Casey or Jesse Spencer better not go anywhere,” one wrote. “We just got #Brettsey. Plus who’s going to make sure Severide doesn’t get into too much trouble.”
“Matt Casey is not allowed to leave,” one other commented. “You didn’t give us the build up with Brett just to make him go. Isn’t the world depressing enough???”
However a couple of followers argued that Spencer’s departure wasn’t a certain factor. They identified that it’d nonetheless be doable to deliver the boys to Chicago quite than shifting to Oregon.
What to anticipate from the 200th episode of ‘Chicago Fire’
The following episode of Chicago Hearth is the present’s 200th. Having an authentic forged member depart within the landmark episode would definitely make for good tv. And the present is doing so much to make followers assume that Casey is on his method out. In a teaser (by way of YouTube), he reiterates his need to take care of the boys and makes it clear that he desires Brett to return with him. In the meantime, different characters appear to be on the point of say their goodbyes.
Regardless of the future holds for Casey, Chicago Hearth followers have loads to look ahead to when the present returns subsequent week.
“[Showrunner] Derek Haas is tuned into the [fact] that the 200th episode should be significant as sort of a landmark episode,” Christian Stolte, who performs Randy “Mouch” McHolland, informed TVInsider. “There are little callbacks, most of which I can’t give examples because most of them are framed around something that I can’t talk about yet. But I think if you’ve been a longtime viewer of the show, you will notice some details that’ll touch you.”
Chicago Hearth’s 200th episode airs Wednesday, Oct. 20 at 9 p.m. ET on NBC.
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