Last week in Chicago Fire, we follow the team as they are frustrated with a bed-bug infestation at Firehouse 51. As a result, they are temporarily forced to shift their premises to Firehouse 20 — leading to more hostility and tensions. Anyways, the team does their job of attending to a couple of serious emergencies.
This week, the crew is hassled by a series of false alarms and they sit down to figure out a way of differentiating bogus cases from legitimate ones. Now, with the last episode done and dusted, let’s guide you through how and where you can watch ‘Chicago Fire’ season 8 episode 13 while giving a brief of what you can expect from the upcoming episode.
Chicago Fire Season 8 Episode 13 Release Date: When Will It Premiere?
‘Chicago Fire’ Season 8 Episode 13 is titled ‘A Chicago Welcome’. It will premiere on Wednesday, February 5, 2020, on NBC at 9 p.m. EST/8 p.m CST. The season will take a small break of two weeks before returning with its 13th episode.
Here’s what to expect from the upcoming episode as per the official synopsis: “The surprising arrival of a new fire truck brings both joy and chaos to members of Firehouse 51. Boden and Severide are asked to make peace with an old foe for the greater good. Brett receives family news while Foster plans a party with friends.”
You can also watch its promo clip below:
Where to Watch Chicago Fire Season 8 Episode 13 Online?
In order to be among the first viewers to catch the latest episodes as soon as they are released, tune in to NBC at the above time slot and you can watch the entire season with a cable subscription.
Additionally, online fanatics can watch the episodes on NBC’s official website. Other options include live-streaming the season on Fubo, DirectTV, and YouTube TV. You can also catch previous episodes on Hulu or buy them on Amazon Prime Video.
Chicago Fire Season 8 Episode 12 Recap:
The crew receives a call from a school, which turns out to be a false alarm. They then head to attend another case where an oil tanker has overturned and fallen over a man. They smash a window and transfer the person to safety. But he is in a critical condition.
Matt and Kelly investigate the bogus call by conversing with the school’s principal, who admits that this is the third time this has happened but he says that he will handle it without revealing any student names. While the team heads back to the school to distribute flyers explaining the side-effects of pulling false alarms, later they share a drink at Molly’s place. Matt wants to help the family of the man who is critically injured.
Nick, a long-time friend of Joe and Sylvie, is staying in their home as he is going through a divorce. When Matt and Kelly head to work the next day, they see a kid who delivers a list of names of kids who might have made the bogus call. Meanwhile, the team gets another call from the school but this time, they are successful in discovering the kid who is behind all these. It seems he wanted to put the school in trouble since he is being bullied and wishes to return to his old school.
On the other hand, Nick moves out. And the little boy approaches the critically injured man and cheers him up. On the other hand, Stella surprises Kelly with a birthday cake. He expresses his desire for her to move in and she agrees.