Things get personal for Casey and Gallo after a house fire involving a mother and her young son when the firefighters learn a representative from the Department of Children and Family Services wants to separate the boy from his mother just because the woman is in a wheelchair.
Casey and Gallo confront the ignorant neighbor who made the call and the DCFS representative about how even though the woman is immobolized she is still a good mother, as evidenced by her crawling up the stairs to get to her son during the fire.
Casey is successful, and the mother and son are reunited.
Kidd decides to start a program that recruits young girls to be junior firefighters, but learns she will need a female officer to co-sponsor.
She doesn't have much luck until Severide suggests Lt. Wendy Seager.
Seager meets with Kidd and agrees to co-sponsor the program.
Julie asks for Brett's help in finding a house in Chicago, and Brett reaches out to a realtor she meets while on a call.
The realtor asks Brett out, but she says she isn't ready to date.
Herrmann requests his own officer's quarters and takes it upon himself to build his own when Boden denies his request.
Herrmann's makeshift officer's quarters catch fire, and he is reprimanded.