Chicago Fire returns this week with new stories for the members of the firehouse. Episode 20 hits NBC and now fans are feeling more concerned about the fate of Sylvie Brett. Kara Kilmer’s character threatens a chainsaw to boss Wallace Bowden after an incident.
Chicago Fire broadcast network hit drama NBC which follows firefighters, paramedics and first responders working in the 51st Battalion of the City of Chicago, leading to the end of this part of the show’s storyline. Season 11 is set to kick off on Wednesday, May 24, but episode 20 that aired this week looks to be setting things up for a possible release. ,Episode 20 Spoilers,
In Chicago Fire, Sylvie Brett is emotionally shaken after seeing Matt Casey
With Chicago Fire season eleven episode 18 airing on April 5, fans saw the unexpected return of Matt Casey (Jesse Spencer), who temporarily moved to Oregon at the beginning of the previous installment to take care of Andy Darden’s children (Corey Sorenson), his friend who fell in the line of duty during the beginning of the series in 2012.
Chicago Fire fans named Matt Casey as Sylvie Brett (kara kilmer) and noted how much they still love each other despite their break-up at the beginning of season 11. As per the most recent reports, the character of Jesse Spencer is expected to return with the final episode of this installment, leaving the viewers to draw a conclusion.
Loyal viewers of the fire drama believe that Sylvie Brett may disappear from Chicago Fire history with the end of season 11. They are convinced that paramedic Matt will resume his relationship with Casey and they leave Chicago. The theory began to gain ground after the synopsis for episode 20, titled “Never, Never Make a Mistake”, implied that Kara Kilmer’s character would go through a difficult situation, but what was not said was whether this would lead to her becoming a character. Will help in making difficult decisions.
On Chicago Fire season 11 episode 20, Sylvie Brett threatens to quit
After an emergency call, paramedics make a mistake. The situation tells him to use a syringe and clamps, but when checking his tool bag, the items are missing. From that moment on, everything becomes a nightmare for Sylvie Brett and Violet Mikami (Hanako Greensmith) and when they return to the 51st Battalion, Kara Kilmer’s character demands answers, triggering a conflict. One that ends with the threat of a chainsaw.
The issue sparks a feud between him and the night shift and, surprisingly, boss Wallace Bowden (eamon walker) should solve it. After investigating, she decides it was a mistake anyone could have made, but Sylvie Brett is not convinced. He threatened that he was ready to resign if a full probe was not initiated. It should be clear that Matt the paramedic hasn’t been well emotionally since Casey’s reappearance, which may explain his erratic behaviour.