Chicago Fire

Season 1 Episode 2

Mon Amour

23
Aired Tuesday 10:00 PM Oct 17, 2012 on NBC
7.9
out of 10
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81 votes
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  • LET'S HEAR YOUR BEST FIRE PUNS!

    Chicago Fire Episode 2: We're Already Burned Out

    Watching Chicago Fire is like watching a baby horse stand up: It's wobbly and awkward. But the show seems to be taking its sweet time to run and, for now, it's still a mess.

  • Episode Summary

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    Lt. Kelly Severide tries to keep his shoulder injury a secret as he helps a construction worker from a collapsed building. Meanwhile two teenagers are stuck in a vehicle.

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    SUBMIT REVIEW
    • I ADORE IT!

      9.0
      it's such a well-made show, every detail is real and perfect... and the story is fascinating. I loved this episode more than the first one because of the various stories mixing in it: darden's wife blaming kelly of his husband's death, a man dies in a hole and kelly brings his last message to his wife, casey reunites with his girlfriend (yeah!), a new girl called nicki joins the chicago fire (and kisses kelly. GRRRR DON'T TOUCH HIM!! HE'S MINE!), and the other firefighters try to find a new badge design (they don't like a goat :D) for their squad's track.

      really nice, but too sad :'(

      i can't wait to watch the next episode!moreless
    • Chicago Fire.

      6.0
      I wont lie & say its a fantastic must watch TV Show, but after

      episode 2 i'm starting to like it even more. I intend to watch

      "Chicago Fire" every week, i'm beginning to found out more about

      the characters & the interaction between them. But to say something

      like "The Village People made a comeback" give me a break.

      I have noticed alot of the new TV Shows that i like this season, people

      are just finding faults with each new show. If you dont like a TV Show

      then change the channel.moreless
    • Dire - an embarassment to firefighters the world over

      4.5
      Is it just me who thinks "have the Village People made a comeback" whenever one of NBC's promo stills of Chicago Fire pops out at them?

      There is something about the way this turkey has been cast or shot that conveys a sense of slightly flabby indifference, rather than the sorta hard bloke engagement of previous Hollywood attempts at portraying firemen. It's not just the age of the cast -Rescue Me had some pretty ancient players - who never seemed inauthentic the way Chicago Fire's blokes do. All of Chicago Fire's actors look long past their 'best before' date. Wouldn't matter if the writers had put together a script that acknowledged this.



      Not gonna watch this show again one and a half chances is more than enough the show is predictable, formulaic and derivative.moreless
    Jesse Spencer

    Jesse Spencer

    Lt. Matthew Casey

    Taylor Kinney

    Taylor Kinney

    Lt. Kelly Severide

    Monica Raymund

    Monica Raymund

    Gabriela Dawson

    Charlie Barnett

    Charlie Barnett

    Peter Mills

    Eamonn Walker

    Eamonn Walker

    Battalion Chief Wallace Boden

    Lauren German

    Lauren German

    Leslie Shay

    Chaon Cross

    Chaon Cross

    Heather Darden

    Guest Star

    Max Baker

    Max Baker

    Drunken Englishman

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    Meghann Fahy

    Meghann Fahy

    Nicki Rutkowski

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