On Chicago Fire Season 3 Episode 8 the squad was called to the scene of a downed helicopter explosion. Every member of the squad was faced with a dangerous situation, as Severide and Brittany's marriage faced its first test. Meanwhile, Cruz's secret is out!

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On Chicago Fire Season 3 Episode 8 every member of Firehouse 51 was called to help clean up and rescue victims at the scene of a downed helicopter. The team was faced with one dangerous situation after another, but in the end was able to save both the helicopter's passengers, as well as victims it took down in its wake.

Severide and Brittany faced their first test as a married couple as she freaked out about his safety during the rescue. She showed up at the scene, something that didn't sit well with Kelly, but the two were able to work things out in the end.

Dawson and Casey were able to keep things strictly professional during the rescue, and Mills and Brett's new partnership continues to get stronger.

Boden dealt with Donna's devastating diagnosis, but vowed to be there for her every step of the way.

Finally, Cruz's secret life as a Zumba instructor came to light, and the squad made him pay in hilarious fashion. Catch this side splitting moment and more when you watch Chicago Fire online via TV Fanatic.

Episode Details

On Chicago Fire, when a massive helicopter explosion in a densely populated area leaves a trail of debris scattered across a full city block, members of the firehouse spring into action as lives hang in the balance.

Rating: 4.6 / 5.0 (26 Votes)
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Chicago Fire Season 3 Episode 8 Quotes

Herrmann: I can tell you from experience Chief. All you can do, is you put your arm around her and you tell her everything’s going to be ok. That’s all we can do.
Boden: Herrmann, what if it’s not going to be ok?

Severide: Hey don’t even think about it. You’re in good hands. I’m on a total hot streak. I just won $1000 in Vegas two weeks ago.
Pilot: Blackjack or dice?
Severide: Rollin’ the bones baby!