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Gallo makes a split-second decision during a dangerous fire rescue leaving Casey steaming that his direct orders were not obeyed.

Casey lays into Gallo for disobeying orders and sends him home.

Casey later talks to Gallo and explains that by Gallo making such an impulsive move robbed Casey of his accountability.

As an officer, Casey is responsible for Gallo's safety and tells Gallo this can never happen again.

Gallo agrees.

Kidd feels a strain in her relationship with Severide and considers postponing taking the lieutenant's exam.

Kylie, in turn, tells Severide about Kidd's consideration, and Severide comes clean to Kidd about why he was keeping his distance.

Kidd tells Severide that she doesn't care what the CFD brass are saying; she just needed her boyfriend to reassure her that she could do this.

Severide does, and the couple makes up.

Casey sleeps with Sydney, and they go out again, prompting Casey to realize he's still hung up on Brett.

Brett sees Casey's interactions with Sydney as him having moved on, and Mackey suggests Brett get out there.

Cruz and Herrmann hide the news that Chloe is pregnant, and Mouch believes they are talking about him.

Mouch later reveals he got a tattoo of Trudy's name on his butt after he lost a bet.

Gallo and Mackey sleep together.

 Brett and Mackey find themselves searching for answers following a series of suspicious calls.

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Chicago Fire Season 9 Episode 6 Quotes

Casey: I gave you an order on that call, did I not?
Gallo: You mean about the shutoff. Yes, you told me to take care of it, but I spotted the victim and shutoff wasn’t going to help her. She was already covered in gas.
Casey: The order I’m referring to is when I said no one moves in until I say so.
Gallo: She’d be dead if I didn’t move in right then and there.
Casey: You’re lucky you’re not dead too. Diving in headfirst wasn’t your only option. Forget how to use a radio? Report your situation, call for backup.
Gallo: With all due respect, captain, you know I was quick to act when you hired me. That’s why you hired me, and I think I deserve the benefit of the doubt here. I was operating with information you wouldn’t have.
Casey: Go home.
Gallo: What?
Casey: Pack up and go home.
Gallo: Captain…
Casey: I can’t be your babysitter, Gallo. Come back when you’ve got your head on straight.

Brett: Hey, um, I know I asked for space, and you’ve been really great about that, but it’s been a while, and it’s nice just to talk again, you know?
Casey: Yeah, it is.