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The political front is heating up on “Chicago Fire” in ‘Two T’s’

The political front is heating up on “Chicago Fire” in ‘Two T’s’

Sierra Cotton, Staff Reporter

February 24, 2016

Things have finally started heating up on the political front for Casey (Jesse Spencer), taking attention away from unnecessary drama to him, a much needed diversion. A smear campaign against Casey has finally started, something everyone was waiting for. This campaign though, was unnecessarily brutal....

Lots of political drama in the future for “Chicago Fire”

Lots of political drama in the future for “Chicago Fire”

Sierra Cotton, Staff Reporter

February 17, 2016

With all the Chilli (Dora Madison) drama out the way, “Chicago Fire” finally has time to focus on other storylines, this time in the form of a dispute with another firehouse and Casey’s (Jesse Spencer) political campaign. The dispute with the other firehouse had a lot of potential to be dragged...

“Chicago Fire” ‘All Hard Parts’ Review: The end of the unnecessary drama is near

“Chicago Fire” ‘All Hard Parts’ Review: The end of the unnecessary drama is near

Sierra Cotton, Staff Reporter

February 10, 2016

Last night’s episode of “Chicago Fire” started with a person I am rather tired of hearing about: Chilli (Dora Madison). Much of the past season has been centered around the drama Chilli has been brewing and her erratic behavior caused by her sister’s death. The drama has finally come to an end,...

“Chicago Fire” delivers important message on gun violence

“Chicago Fire” delivers important message on gun violence

Sierra Cotton, Staff Reporter

February 3, 2016

Last night’s episode of “Chicago Fire” started off just like every other episode, with a fire, however, it developed into something more with a great message to take away. After battling the first (but not the most important) fire of the episode, the show brings us back to the Chilli (Dora Madison)...

Location, Location, Location

Drew Scheeler, Film and Television Reporter

October 13, 2012

Choosing the setting for a television series is like casting another lead actor. Sometimes you’re lucky and your setting will tie the entire series together. Where would “How I Met Your Mother”be without its New York backdrop? Could the excess of “Beverly Hills 90210” have transferred to Tacoma or Portland? Just ...

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