The gang arrives - Chicago Fire Season 3 Episode 10

The gang arrives - Chicago Fire Season 3 Episode 10

Casey, Herrmann, Cruz and the squad are ready for action as they arrive at the scene.
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Brett and Mills save an elf - Chicago Fire Season 3 Episode 10

Brett and Mills save an elf - Chicago Fire Season 3 Episode 10

Is that a Christmas Elf or a homeless man that Brett and Mills are trying to save?
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Dawsey for the holidays - Chicago Fire Season 3 Episode 10

Dawsey for the holidays - Chicago Fire Season 3 Episode 10

While Dawson and Casey may have had some tense moments, personally and professionally, as of late, they seem pretty happy here talking to Herrmann.
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That Severide Smile - Chicago Fire Season 3 Episode 10

That Severide Smile - Chicago Fire Season 3 Episode 10

What has Severide smiling so big? Is it his new marriage to Brittany, the holiday season, or something else altogether?
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The Boden Family - Chicago Fire Season 3 Episode 10

The Boden Family - Chicago Fire Season 3 Episode 10

Chief Boden and Donna are all smiles as they look at their newborn son.
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Baby gets a check up - Chicago Fire Season 3 Episode 10

Baby gets a check up - Chicago Fire Season 3 Episode 10

A baby, possibly Chief Boden's new son, gets a "once-over" from a doctor and nurse to make sure everything is ok as Boden and Severide look on.
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Boden's cradles a baby - Chicago Fire Season 3 Episode 10

Boden's cradles a baby - Chicago Fire Season 3 Episode 10

Chief Boden cradles a baby in his arms. Is it his new son or a possible rescue victim from the house fire?
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New Addition - Chicago Fire

New Addition - Chicago Fire

Chief and Mrs. Boden welcome a new addition to the family.
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Chicago Fire Season 3 Episode 10 Quotes

Casey: Maybe this whole thing is too big for us. I’m trying to be a Lieutenant and your fiance and you can’t respect either one.
Dawson: Request permission to leave shift, Lieutenant.
Casey: Granted candidate.

Boden: You ever been invited to a friend’s place for Thanksgiving, sat down for a big, beautiful once a year meal, got excited about a perfectly cooked turkey, and then they served up a ham.
Connie: A ham?
Boden: Instead of the turkey.
Connie: No I got that part, but …
Boden: See? Tradition is important, is it not?
Connie: I suppose it is.
Boden: Thank you Connie. Woman that understands. I mean, who knows if the pilgrims ate turkey at the first Thanksgiving? Maybe they had nothing but hams, lined up for miles, But me, turkey is the traditional Thanksgiving food. And Gravy. Brown. Makde from the difference of a turkey, not some fancy foo-foo stuff made from pears, and sun dried tomatoes.
Connie: I do like a good gravy.
Boden: You better stand up for tradition Connie, or what else do we have?
Connie: Ham and pear gravy.
Boden: Thank you Connie.