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Dawson and Shay must handle a surprise during a routine call on Chicago Fire. "Nuisance Call" is the fourth episode of the show's second season.

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    I really love this show. Each character is so emotionally real and attractive to say the least. I am so sorry for the Chief's illness and
    hardship.
    There is only one thing that disappoints me an that is the depth of
    the lesbian relationship. I think it was enough that the issue was
    introduced but to further it along does not benefit the idea of the show.
    Let's keep the lifestyles that are controversial (and you know that will
    always and forever be the case) out of the script. It becomes a
    stigma rather than a lifestyle. Just like interjecting politics into a
    mystery or horror. Ha! I just had to laugh since politics is a mystery and for sure a horror.
    Thanks and keep the credibility great.

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    I really love this show. Each character is so emotionally real
    and attractive to say the least.Why does Chief have to be ill?
    There is only one thing that disappoints me and that is the
    depth of the lesbian relationship. I think it was enough that
    the issue was introduced but to further it along does not
    benefit the idea of the show. Let's keep lifestyles that are
    controversial (and you know that will always and forever be)
    out of the script. It becomes a stigma rather than a lifestyle.
    Just like interjecting politics into a mystery or horror show.
    Ha!! Just had to laugh since politics is a mystery and a horror
    for sure. Thanks and keep the credibility great.