His specialty is diving, he and Lt. The two become good friends and partners while working together; as a Christmas gift, he gives her a wiggling hula-girl that sits on the rig's dashboard to this day. In "The Grand Gesture", she was distraught over a stabbing victim who died in front of her after being stabbed by a mentally unstable man.
Herrmann and Cindy gave Chili Molly's funds to help her idea, for which she is very thankful. After Mackey's departure, Violet came to Firehouse 51 as Mackey's replacement. He meets Chicago PD Sergeant Trudy Platt Amy Morton , who also appears in Chicago P. He replied that there was nothing anyone else could have done.
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- This all happens after Dawson is named to be a candidate on Truck 81 so because Mills has EMT training, he applies to replace Dawson as PIC and gets the job and now works with Paramedic Sylvie Brett.
- Severide rescue a man during the crashed boat disaster, along with assistance from Mills.
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- Firefighter Candidate Blake Gallo season 8 — present was introduced as a young firefighter who was so committed to his career that he was willing to take significant risks to his life and disobey orders.
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It's revealed it was Severide, who takes her to counselling and is glad she called. She tells him she'll call them and apologize. She thanks him and she goes to rehab. At Severide's urging she enters an alcohol rehabilitation program to get help. In "Bad For The Soul", she was mentioned when Sylvie asks Jimmy if she's responded to their calls, which she hasn't. Nicknamed after the eponymous elevator company as he is frequently assigned to elevator or ladder duty, Otis had just recently finished his candidacy  before Mills joined the truck company.
He is eager to move up the ranks within the firehouse but often feels overlooked and unappreciated by the rest of his truck company. This led him to consider transferring to another firehouse, but he ultimately decided to stay with Truck 81 after Severide pranks him into believing that the rest of the crew had placed a bet on how long he'd last at In season 2 Otis begins a relationship with Katie, Kelly's half-sister.
During "You Will Hurt Him", the house finally gets to meet Severide's half-sister Katie Nolan when she brings them lunch. Brian shows interest but Severide is very protective of his sister. The both bond over a game of Catan and end up kissing. Otis, then, asks Severide for his blessing as he wants to take Katie on a date. After messing up with him a little he eventually says yes. The two begin dating. Until she is kidnapped. Otis feels guilty he wasn't with her at the time it happened but Severide calms him and assures him it is not his fault.
After she is found and taken to the hospital Katie makes the decision to move to Colorado. At the end of "Rhymes With Shout", Otis and Severide arrive to an empty and looted apartment.
Shay gave Devon a key and she stole all of their valuables, including Otis' collection piece that later turns out to be completely worthless and fake. After this event Brian decides to leave the apartment and find his own space. Meanwhile, Cruz comes up to him and tells him that, since they are both "roommateless", they should find a place together. It was revealed to be Shay's runaway ex Devin absconded with their money and possessions. Later in the season, he and Cruz decide to room together.
He often comes up with ideas and solutions for everything, much to his colleagues' amusement and derision. As of season 4, he was "promoted" to chauffeur as Cruz transferred to Squad 3. In "Joyriding", the day of the Union presidency vote, Mouch and his opponent Greg Sullivan have an all-important live debate on Otis' podcast. The debate is a disaster, Mouch opts to keep his integrity and to not use personal information on Sullivan that could ruin his run, thus losing the presidency.
In "Just Drive the Truck", when Cruz is suspended from driving, for three months, pending investigation following the crash of Truck Co. Casey puts Otis as driver. In "The Nuclear Option", Otis' nephews come to visit the Firehouse and he is excited to take them on a ride while driving the Truck. Cruz' suspension is lifted and he is now back on the driver seat. However, on the last episode of the season Scott is kicked out of Squad 3 leaving a void. It's revealed that Cruz passed his squad certification and is now on squad.
Otis is now the Truck driver. Dawson begins as a candidate and Otis tries to prank her the same way the guys did to him when he first started, but since she was already at the house she is aware of the pranks and manages to steer clear of them. Ever since Cruz broke up with Sylvie, Otis has shown interest in her.
After the break up Sylvie comes up to him to return a book, after that conversation Otis goes to Casey and says he might be in love with her.
Casey tells him that it is crazy to even look at his best-friend's ex the day after they broke up. During the entire season, Otis makes advances on Sylvie trying to go on a date with her. In "On The Warpath", he asks Sylvie if she has plans for the following night as Phantasm is showing at the Music Box. She has no idea what Phantasm is and the two are interrupted by Jimmy bringing Sylvie coffee. Brett gets herself into trouble, so Jimmy gives her a ride home. As they are both leaving Otis tells Cruz that Phantasm was never going to happen.
He stated his intentions, he even changed his looks but he finally realizes nothing would ever happen between him and Sylvie. The bar is also seen on Chicago P. It is implied that Otis was either born in the United States or emigrated as a young child.
He comes from a large family and every season has seen him introduce or speak of various relatives, with his grandmother even moving in and sleeping in his bunk bed.
His father died of leukemia. In season 1 there was a running gag where he would tell his colleagues in any joint venture that he had "a cousin" who could come and help. For example, he gets his Russian cousin Zoya a job as a waitress at Molly's but incurs the wrath of business partners Herrmann and Dawson after they find out Zoya barely spoke any English. In "I Will Be Walking", while changing in the locker room Cruz asks him what happened to his back as he has a bruise the size of a bread basket.
Otis gets suspicious about some bruises that appear on his back and hip. He asks Sylvie's opinion, who tells him to get it checked out by a doctor which he doesn't want to do fearing it might be something serious.
He also asks Sylvie to keep it a secret from the house. In the episode " Kind of a Crazy Idea ", eventually he decides to get it checked out by Dr. Halstead from Chicago Med. Later on Sylvie finds out the truth and asks Cruz for help. Cruz enlists the help of Otis' grandmother, who after a visit to the Firehouse convinces him to get the tests done. Otis is diagnosed with immune thrombocytopenic purpura and went on medical leave.
He returns to the firehouse, and he meets his temporary replacement and is convinced by Herrmann that Connie was trying to replace him permanently. Otis then takes Connie to the theater and she tells him that he always has a place at In "The Chance to Forgive", while performing an evacuation on a house fire, he was shot in the neck and severely wounded. In a twist, the guns were inside the house and the ammunition was being fired due to the fire.
He was eventually taken to Chicago Med, where Dr. Ethan Choi tells everyone that the bullet is lodged near his spinal cord and operating could cause serious problems. The owner of the guns won't be charged, since he owned them all legally and didn't intentionally hurt Otis. At the end, Otis got through his surgery in one piece.
Choi sticks his head into the room and realizes that Otis can't feel anything in his toes. Otis returns to active duty in "The Strongest Among Us", having fully recovered from his injuries, and butts heads with Kidd over who gets to drive Truck He dies in a mattress fire after failing to get to safety in the Season 8 premiere, devastating the entire firehouse, especially Cruz.
In season 3, he tries out for squad and has transferred to Squad 3 by the season 4 premiere. Having grown up in the gangster-infested neighborhoods of Humboldt Park where he was regularly "lulled to sleep by gunfire",  many of his peers were gangsters and he is constantly trying to keep his younger brother Leon out of the local gang.
He is haunted by a decision that he made on the job related to his brother that later affects his own safety and the safety of his fellow firemen, forcing Casey to discipline him. Indeed, during a fire, he let Flaco, the boss of his brother's gang, die in which Casey threatened to go to the police about Flaco if Cruz did not resign. Casey later reconsidered his decision.
Leon was after able to leave the gang and even went to university. When Leon realizes what his older brother had done, he vows not to let Joe down and enrolls at a local community college. Sergeant Voight seeks Cruz's permission to send Leon back into the gang, albeit undercover, after a little girl was killed in a drive-by shooting in his neighborhood, so that the Chicago PD can shut down the gang once and for all.
The takedown is successful but came at a cost: Leon took a bullet and eventually left Chicago for his own safety and start a new life away from gang influence. Leon is currently living in Florida. Cruz is generally well-liked by his co-workers and is often seen cracking jokes and exchanging banter with the rest of the crew. They later share an apartment together, thus referring to their arrangement as "Crotis" a portmanteau of Cruz and Otis.
At the end of season 1 into a portion of season 2 Joe begins a relationship with Zoya, Otis's Russian immigrant cousin and decides he wants to marry her to get her to stay but she feels that is not right so she leaves.
In season 3, he begins dating the new paramedic, Sylvie Brett. Seeing the success of the bar Molly's owned by Dawson, Herrmann and Otis, Cruz decided along with Mouch to be part of the project. Cruz came out with the idea of making "Molly's II" a truck. This project convinced Herrmann and was accepted. Joe was the driver of Truck 81 and received a suspension from Deputy District Chief Joel Tiberg when 81 got involved in a T-bone collision with Truck 66 from Firehouse in Austin since they were both en route to the same structure fire.
The collision resulted in Mouch sustaining a major eye laceration, 2 guys from Truck 66 having a broken arm for one and a broken leg for the other, and the driver Jason Molina was knocked unconscious. At first he was accused of blowing a red light because he forgot the color of the traffic light and because he blew another red light 30 seconds before the accident.
But when Molina woke up, he confessed that his Lieutenant, Tommy Welch, ordered him to beat Truck 81 so they could take command of operations at the scene.
He was cleared of the accusation and since Molina woke up, he was not charged with manslaughter. He still got a 3 months suspension from driving the truck and was temporarily replaced by Otis, who was next in line to drive However, Chief Boden managed to reduce his suspension. Cruz is a dance instructor and teaches zumba when off-duty, a fact which he keeps secret about until Brett coincidentally turns up at his zumba class as she lived nearby.
He asks her to keep it a secret as he did not want to be ridiculed by his colleagues at A running gag in the show is Cruz's inability to cook; he tries to fill in as the firehouse cook after Mills is promoted from Candidate status but his cooking is often met with ridicule from the rest of the firehouse.
He currently works as a bouncer at a bar. To clear the misunderstanding, she revealed to him that Cruz is actually her instructor. Casey talked about to Dawson who told Herrmann and so on until the whole firehouse knows about it. In "Chopper", the guys from Truck 81 and Squad 3 came to assist one of his classes. In "Spartacus", after Scott Rice is given the boot, Chief Boden announces that Cruz received his squad certification just before shift started and he is subsequently given Rice's spot just as a call comes in.
At first Otis is pissed Cruz did not tell him first due to the recent tensions between Truck and Squad but later congratulates him at Molly's. In "Hiding Not Seeking", he grows increasingly concerned about Brett after she volunteers to go undercover to one of the bombing suspect's house. After it was successful, he begins to take it out on her.
In "The Chance to Forgive", he became too personal when a call to a house fire goes awry and Otis is severely wounded. Cruz yells at the guy as he leaves the hospital in shame, and vows revenge after Otis finally wakes up. Later in the hospital church, the father of the gun owner thanks Cruz for saving his life, and says he didn't know his son had all those guns. When the call of another house fire of the same address as the first encounter, the gun owner tries to kill himself due to his guilt over the events that played out.
Cruz goes in and gets him. Moved by watching the kid nearly die, Cruz encourages him to stay alive. At the start of Season 6's "Slamigan", Cruz creates a firefighting tool of the same name that combines a sledgehammer with a Halligan.
Despite his annoyance of Mouch and Herrmann taking over the business side and credit for his hard work, the Slamigan proves to be an effective tool in the field and he has used it multiple occasions. Initially, his attempts to market the tool were hindered by his lingering feelings for Brett affecting his judgement, but in Season 8's "Welcome to Crazytown", he successfully proved the tools worth at a firefighter expo against a flashier copy.
In "Going to War", Cruz saves a woman from a high-rise fire named Chloe Allen, who in the next episode shows a romantic interest in him. Later, he asks her to accompany him to a Firefighter picnic and the two are officially dating by "The Solution to Everything".
However, in "Always a Catch", Chloe was injured in a highway pile up and was rushed to Hospital via helicopter. Cruz stayed by her side with her parents, who remarked he was good for her, and she recovered from her injuries. In Season 8's "Infection Part 1", Joe reveals his plans to propose to Chloe, but, due to Otis's death and seeing the ramifications of being with a firefighter, Chloe breaks up with him.
However, in the next episode, Brett manages to convince Chloe to give him another chance, and upon learning that Cruz was going to propose, she reconciles with him and happily accepts his engagement. Later, he asks Severide to be his best man. Cruz reveals that Chloe is pregnant in " My Lucky Day " to Herrmann while they're trapped in an elevator, something that Cruz asks him to keep secret as he doesn't want to reveal right away. He tells the rest of the firehouse in " Dead of Winter " when he gets good news from the doctor.
In that same episode, Chloe reveals that they are having a boy. Firefighter Randall "Mouch" McHolland season 2 — present; recurring season 1 is one of the veteran firefighters of Truck He has a part-time job as a security guard. Instead of "McHolland", he has "Mouch" written on the back of his turnout coat. With the help of Herrmann, he joins the race for fire union president but loses his chance to win due to his refusal to play dirty.
When Firehouse 51 is about to be shut down, Mouch is the one who rallies the union's executive committee to stand up to Gail McLeod. He offends Boden's secretary Connie, who has the couch moved to the space outside Boden's office.
She finally returns the couch to the lounge after Mouch apologizes twice. Mouch was in a long-distance relationship with a Japanese woman named Mari. In season 1, Mouch was taking Japanese lessons. She is from Japan and comes to visit Mouch in A Hell of a Ride. She leaves in A Problem House. Mouch says he will try to visit her, but this never happens and they end up breaking up. Later Shay sets him up with a "Golden Oldies" dating profile and he acquires a blind date. His lack of social skills around women hinders him and his colleagues have had to "coach" him on the idiosyncrasies of taking women out on dates.
He meets Chicago PD Sergeant Trudy Platt Amy Morton , who also appears in Chicago P. As such, Mouch has appeared on Chicago P. In season 4, he finally finds the courage to propose to Platt but it goes down the drain and they have to part ways after he is called to an emergency. Platt eventually proposes to spare him the embarrassment and they agree to get married. They marry in an intimate ceremony at Molly's, in the presence of Mouch's co-workers from 51 and Platt's co-workers from the 21st District.
In a Chicago PD episode " All Cylinders Firing ", after Platt was a victim of brutal assault, Mouch goes to Chicago Med to see her and while there, was questioned by Voight and Lindsay.
He took offense when he was labeled a suspect by them. But he affirms his innocence and demanded to know the truth about what had happened.
He was seen on another Chicago PD episode " Profiles " consoling his wife after she was injured during a bombing of a TV station. In the Season 5 Finale, Mouch, While trapped inside of a burning factory, seems to be having a heart attack. He delivers a moving speech about how close he came to "walking off of this job". He treasures the time that he has with his brothers and sisters at He hopes he will never have to look down that dark tunnel ever again.
He realizes he has not had enough time with Trudy or his coworkers at He signs the whole firehouse second shift up for a Firefighter's muster. In " A Real Shot in the Arm ", he and Trudy use their savings to buy out Otis' share of Molly's after his death. Firefighter Candidate Jimmy Borrelli seasons 4 — 5 is the newest Candidate at Firehouse 51 introduced in the season 4 premiere.
He comes from a family of firefighters "who drink testosterone for breakfast". An unimpressed Chief Boden tells Borrelli to go home and never come back to 51 but Jimmy returns to apologize and promises to earn his place.
True to his word, he shows himself to be hardworking and dedicated, earning the acceptance of his truck company and the trust of his lieutenant. Casey commented that Borrelli was one of the best candidates he has had on 81 in recent years.
He later explained that he had promised their dying mother that he would protect Jimmy, hence his actions, but stops pursuing the matter after Jimmy explains that he wants to stay at 51 due to the "family" atmosphere. For example, Gabby Dawson's brother Detective Antonio Dawson talks him into representing 51 at the "Battle of the Badges" boxing match organized by Mouch but his co-workers at 51 intentionally leave out the fact that the detective was a seasoned amateur boxer.
Borrelli was attracted to Paramedic in Charge Jessica "Chili" Chilton and they begin seeing each other until both Lieutenant Casey and Chief Patterson catch them making out and give Borrelli a stern warning about fraternization rules. Their relationship is further strained after Chili spirals out of control when she starts drinking to cope with the death of her sister and repeatedly refuses help from him or Sylvie Brett.
Chili is then fired from 51 and enter rehab and Brett becomes the new PIC. Borelli is transferred to Ambulance 61 as his spot as a Candidate at 51 was under threat due to budget cuts and reshuffling of manpower.
In "Where the Collapse Started", Danny comes over and asks Jimmy for some help with a bar deal. But after Jimmy finds out what's really going on, he refuses. Danny becomes angry and leaves. Later, the house gets a call for a structure collapse where Truck 70 and Engine 67, Danny's company, are already on scene. Danny goes into the building along with Truck 81 and Squad 3 and ignores Jimmy. After the firefighters find and evacuate victims with the building crumbling around them, Severide reports to Chief Boden and he gives the order to evacuate.
But Danny believes he heard someone still call out and asks Boden to bring the victim out so he is given one minute.
But the roof collapses moments later and Jimmy rushes in. Upon arrival, Jimmy requests Squad assistance for extrication since Danny is pinned but Boden is hesitant.
Outside, firefighters, paramedics, and cops line up to form an aisle leading to Ambulance 61 and salute as some firefighters bring out Danny's body and Jimmy leads the way to the ambo. Jimmy then takes some time off after this incident.
He then storms off after Severide tells him to cool off. In "The Hose or the Animal", he files an official grievance against Boden. Borrelli returned to Truck 81 in season 5 but the character was written out in the second episode after being injured on the job.
He suffered serious injuries to his hand, face, neck and left eye in an explosion. It is implied, based on Dr. Halstead 's prognosis, that his career as a firefighter is over.
Stella Kidd season 5 — present; recurring season 4 is the newest transfer at Truck She had known Gabby Dawson from the academy and transferred from a firehouse in Auburn.
When news of her transfer first reached 51 it was met with much derision as Borelli, by then a popular figure with the crew of 81, had left his candidate position to join Brett at Ambulance 61 due to manpower changes. Like Dawson she quickly shows that she is able to hold her own in a male-dominated firehouse. Her first appearance was "Bad For the Soul". When Kidd first arrives at the House Gabby acts as they have problems, just kidding around as it is revealed they are good old friends.
When asked she said that the only thing she heard about Firehouse 51 was that they all live together. She tells the House that she is recently divorced and is enjoying the single life. Kidd says she goes out whenever she wants, eats at nice restaurants and whenever she's lonely she sleeps with her ex, something that apparently he is alright with.
Kidd quickly proves to be a worthy firefighter and a great asset to the House. While writing her name on her new locker, Kidd asks Gabby whose locker it was before hers as it smells like cologne. Gabby tells her that it used to belong to one of Severide's old friends, Scott Rice, which didn't end well. When Gabby says Severide's name Kidd acts suspiciously shy and "blushy", but they are interrupted by Severide, cutting the conversation in half.
Her husband went crazy and actually wanted to press charges against Severide. The awkward situation is put behind them and everything seems ok. Grant shows up at the firehouse looking for Stella. Saying he misses her and feels so lonely it's like he is going to die. She then goes to the Turn-Out Gear room with him to administer him a B shot. It is implied that she and Severide had known each other at some point prior to her transfer. They begin a "no strings attached" relationship but it hits a hurdle when her ex Grant shows up.
Stella shares with Severide that Grant is using again and that she is worried about him. During the last episode Grant shows up at Molly's, Stella and Severide walk in together causing Grant to fight with Kidd once again.
A while later, Grant texts Kidd. She tries to call him back and realizes he is on something. Worried that something might have happened to him, she locates his phone. The team leaves the House to find an overdosing Grant. At the hospital Stella tells him that he needs help to get clean. Grant insists she is all he needs. Nonetheless, Stella is done and Grant shouts at her to leave. Kidd leaves, worried. Dr Charles calms her down telling her that rock bottom always looks ugly but they will do their part to help him.
His behavior becomes erratic and escalates but she tries to deny that there was a problem, even after he attempted to assault Severide and overdosed. The final straw came when he escaped from the hospital to sneak into her apartment with the intent of hurting Severide, but does not go through with it. She finally makes the decision to force him to go to rehab by severing all ties with him.
Herrmann and Kidd get on a discussion about who is the best manager. Stella states that she ran the best pub in Milwaukee for 2 and a half years. Gabby then proposes they settle things by doing the "Bar Olympics": 2 contestants, 10 events, winner takes all. Kidd wins. However, instead of the money she wants to help them manage Molly's.
She finally convinces them to buy the machine. However, later on the House is called to a fire at Molly's that apparently started because of said machine.
Stella feels awful about what happened so she decides to fix the damage herself. Since then, Stella's biggest recurring theme is her on-again, off-again relationship with Kelly Severide, but even when they weren't together in season 5, she still cares for him greatly and encourages him in his new romance with Anna, a pediatric nurse in remission.
However, when Anna's health takes a turn for the worse, she continues to support him emotionally and comforts him when Anna dies. In season 6, Stella is kicked out of her apartment and Kelly offers for her to stay at his place until then.
However, she runs afoul with Hope, a deceitful friend of Brett's after discovering she and Kelly slept together. However, Brett points out she was merely jealous of Hope, but her friend's true colors came to light when she attempted to transfer Stella to the Public relations department. Soon, Stella and Brett compete for the affections for Zach, a lieutenant in the HAZMAT unit, with Brett ultimately throwing in the towel.
Initially, their relationship starts off great, but both her and Severide's lingering feelings for each other begin to bubble up again, especially when Kelly goes against orders to save Stella from a fire involving exploding ammunition. But, her insecurities about their relationship emerge from learning about his past relationships, his tenuous relationship with his father and an old ex-girlfriend returning seeking his help.
Ultimately, after putting some distance between them by her moving into Hermann's guest house, her fears are put to rest when Kelly remains faithful after the business with his ex is finished. However, thanks to Doctor Rhodes, her lungs were saved and she returns to work. However, her relationship with Severide takes a hit when an old friend of her comes to town and Kelly thinks he has feelings for her. Things get worse when Kelly's father dies and his resulting grief causes them to split up again.
The two deal with it differently with Stella leaning on her girl friends at the firehouse, but after helping Severide capture an arsonist his father was looking for, they ultimately restarted their relationship on firmer ground. Following the death of Otis in Season 8, Kidd is made the chauffeur of Truck During this time, Boden picks Stella to attend a leadership seminar, seeing she has potential. He was proven right and offers her chances to prove herself by teaching at the Academy.
However, the resulting exhaustion from trying to live up to expectations leads her into a small car accident. While Boden apologizes for putting too much on Stella, she ultimately thanks him for the chance and the two remain close, even offering to participate in a diet with him on his wife's behalf.
Her ambitions grow again when she starts a program for at-risk teens called 'Girls on Fire. In Season 9 in the midst of COVID, Stella's girls on Fire program is shut down, despite repeated attempts to get it back up and running. However, after showing she was capable of making command decisions and saving Severide's life from a fire, Boden recommends her to take the Lieutenant's exam and managed to get her program restarted at the firehouse.
In the Season 9 Episode "What Comes Next", she takes the exam and later learns that she passed it. EMT Emily Foster seasons 7—8 was introduced as the new paramedic at Firehouse 51, replacing Gabriella Dawson after she stays in Puerto Rico. Initially, she and Brett get off to a rough start due to Brett still being hurt by Gabby leaving.
But, Foster quickly gets settled into the firehouse and reveals to Brett she was a former medical student, but due to an unknown cause in her personal life, she cheated on her SATs and was promptly dismissed. Later, she is revealed to be bisexual after Brett tries to defend her after she was stood up on a date, only to learn her date was with a woman.
In "You Choose", she goes on a date with Dr. Jim Shaw, the doctor she suspected and later cleared, of overdosing a patient. In "Make This Right", she has a one-night stand with him and tries to break it off. At the end, he shows up in Molly's and whispers to her that he will back down. In "The Plunge", his continued harassment takes a toll on her job when she got called to Lakeshore Hospital where an anonymous complaint, implied to be Dr.
Shaw, had been filed against both Foster and Sylvie Brett, that could potentially cause the revocation of their paramedic licenses. Foster finally decided to come forward about the harassment to Chief Boden. Then, she decided to confront Shaw herself, and with Brett backing her up. In the middle of Lakeshore Hospital and with a half-dozen other women watching, Foster told him to "come at me with all you got. She left to go to medical school in The Season 8 Finale "51's Original Bell".
Firefighter Candidate Darren Ritter season 9 — present; recurring seasons 7—8 is currently a firefighter candidate at Firehouse 51, currently assigned to Engine Company He was previously the candidate for Engine 37, but was kicked out of his firehouse after freezing up on an apartment fire call. He is sent to the "floater pool", where he took temporary assignments before initially resigning.
He is offered a second chance by Mouch and assigned to Engine 51 under Herrmann after Herrmann kicks a firefighter off Engine. He owns a Dalmatian named Tuesday, who hangs around the firehouse when Ritter is unable to find someone to watch her while he is on shift. In "Make This Right", he tries to get Mouch and Otis to make amends after Mouch gets sick of Otis' old man jokes, even going as far as wearing a tacky costume in Molly's to help bring them together before Herrmann tells them to make up.
In "Move a Wall", he injures his shoulder on a call after a car runs over a hose he was carrying, leading to Casey berating Herrmann. He is shown to be adept at picking up signs of depression, noticing that a retiring firefighter was showing signs of depression before others noticed.
He later revealed that his firefighter uncle ended up committing suicide after retiring, showing signs of depression. When Ritter goes to apologize to Herrmann, Herrmann reveals that he is not mad that Ritter disobeyed his command as it probably meant that he wasn't a good enough lieutenant to him. Herrmann also reveals that he will transfer Ritter back to Engine 51 when Casey finds the right firefighter to replace Otis.
It is revealed in "A Real Shot in the Arm" that Ritter is gay, and seeing someone. In "Then Nick Porter Happened", his boyfriend Eric is introduced, where he is shown to be a travel agent helping Kidd plan a birthday trip for Severide.
Firefighter Candidate Blake Gallo season 8 — present was introduced as a young firefighter who was so committed to his career that he was willing to take significant risks to his life and disobey orders. He started out as a candidate for Truck 90 where he caught the eye of Captain Matthew Casey as he free climbed up a building to make a save. Casey attempted to transfer Gallo to Truck 81 but was initially rejected by Boden out of fear that Boden would lose another man.
Casey attempts to convince Boden a second time, but only gets the transfer after Kelly Severide convinced Boden to give Gallo a shot. It was revealed in "Badlands", that Gallo was inspired to become a firefighter after he was rescued from a house fire in West Lawn when he was 12, and that he spent "everyday in the firehouse" after school and was a junior firefighter. It was later revealed by the West Lawn Battalion Chief that Gallo was the only survivor of the fire, and he lost both his parents and his younger sister.
In "What Went Wrong", he disobeys a direct order not to breach at a fire call and gets punished by Casey as his future in the CFD was put into question. After Boden reveals Gallo's past to Casey, Casey tries to get him to open up but Gallo initially does not say anything other than the facts of what took place. It is only after fellow firefighter candidate Darren Ritter convinces Gallo to open up to Casey where it's revealed that Gallo feels guilty for not getting to his sister in the fire that took her and his parents' life as he had heard her crying for help and he hid instead of helping her.
In "Shut It Down", he takes a call personal when a little girl is injured in a gas explosion and fire, visiting her in the hospital after he is treated for burns he received in that fire and even buying a blanket for her for whenever she wakes from her coma. It is inferred by Casey to Kidd that he is feeling lost as the girl injured in the fire was around the age Gallo's sister was when she died. In "Hold Our Ground", he begins a fling with Violet Mikami, an old rival from the academy and a paramedic over at Firehouse They begin a relationship in "Then Nick Porter Happened", where Gallo reveals they're going on a date.
In "Shut It Down", their relationship appears to gain traction when she purchases a Fitbit so that they can compete on their step counts. During "51's Original Bell", Gallo becomes jealous of Violet seeing other men, despite him being the one who suggested they be open. Violet and Gallo argue over their relationship and presumably break up because of Violet being upset with him having trust issues. In Season 9, Gallo becomes attracted to Gianna Mackey, who is a childhood friend of Joe.
He attempted to ask permission but Joe refused because of his over protective attitude with her though this does not stop Gianna who makes advances on him to his discomfort. After Mackey's departure, Violet came to Firehouse 51 as Mackey's replacement. Gallo was relieved when he found out that it was for one shift only as he got flustered around her.
Later, when Violet revealed that she would be full time at 51, Ritter told him that he had to pull himself together. Gianna Mackey season 9 was introduced as the new paramedic on Ambulance 61, replacing Emily Foster after the latter decided to return to medical school.
It is revealed in her opening scene that she and Joe Cruz grew up in the same neighborhood and that he was the one who recommend she fill the open position at Her first call was shown to be harrowing, as she and Brett were forced to treat a man suffering from a drug overdose at gunpoint by the man's brother.
They are then targeted after the man does not survive, eventually leading to Brett and Mackey going off a bridge at the end of "Rattle Second City".
The beginning of the subsequent episode "That Kind of Heat" reveals that they both survived the fall, albeit a minor head wound for Mackey. Throughout the same episode, Mackey is seen questioning whether she should continue to be at 51, eventually returning after some convincing from Cruz and a promise that he won't be as overprotective as he was in the previous episode.
Gallo saves Mackey's life during an explosion on a call, which Cruz is grateful for but still does not give him permission to pursue her. Mackey departs 51 in "Double Red" to take a paramedic position at Firehouse 33 that had a better opportunity for career advancement. Violet Mikami season recurring, season 10 was introduced as paramedic from Firehouse 20 and Blake Gallo's old rival from the fire academy.
She and Gallo briefly date in season eight. In season nine, Chief Boden asks her to temporarily transfer to Firehouse 51 to fill the spot on Ambulance 61 after Gianna Mackey leaves after a promotion.
Afterwards, Brett shortly convinces her to permanently transfer Firehouse Following in the footsteps of his father, Peter aspires to join the Rescue Squad. His father served with Chief Boden and Lieutenant Severide's father Benny. Just minutes after arriving at the firehouse, he quickly finds himself caught in the middle of a spat between the firehouse's two Lieutenants, who have been at odds with one another since Darden's death a month earlier.
At the end of season 1, he picks up an application for the Chicago Police Department because he does not get promoted to squad and to avoid Chief Boden. However, Mills later gets rewarded with a promotion to Squad 3.
After badly injuring his leg in the season two finale Mills is put off work for six weeks but returns after four weeks in the season three premiere. After revealing to Lt. Severide that he gets dizzy whenever he isn't up right, Severide tells him to see a doctor.
The doctor tells him that he can no longer be a firefighter. This all happens after Dawson is named to be a candidate on Truck 81 so because Mills has EMT training, he applies to replace Dawson as PIC and gets the job and now works with Paramedic Sylvie Brett.
In season 3, he stated his desire to return to Squad 3, only to find that Severide had already filled the vacancy left by Newhouse. Mills begins dating Gabriela Dawson in secret, later breaking up with her because she keeps the knowledge of an affair between his mother and Chief Boden from him.
He tells Dawson that he would be willing to start over with her if she can tell him for sure that she does not have feelings for Casey, but she cannot, and the two officially end their relationship. He later dates Isabella, a friend of Dawson's, and their relationship takes various turns: first they meet and she takes him to a formal event with Senator Wheeler and reveals her future ambitions; they feud because he felt used as his feelings of insecurity took over.
Later they get over the feud and grow closer, Finally when the firehouse is in severe danger of closing he asks her for help to save 51 and they work together. His sister Elise and mother ran a family restaurant following his father's death and Mills quickly earns the favor of his colleagues at the firehouse for his cooking skills. After Mills is promoted from Candidate status, the men have a hard time finding a replacement, with Otis and Cruz both trying but failing miserably.
In season 3, Mills' family is notified that his paternal grandfather has left them a restaurant in Wilmington, North Carolina. As their family restaurant had been burned in the previous season, his mother and sister jumped at the chance but Mills was reluctant to leave as he just returned to duty with the rescue squad.
He finally decides to move with his family. Paramedic Leslie Shay seasons 1—2 was Gabby Dawson's partner at Ambulance 61 and the designated driver. She and Kelly Severide shared an apartment as roommates and were best friends. She was fiercely loyal to her friends, particularly to Kelly, for whom she has risked her job for several times. Towards the end of season 1 and the beginning of season 2 she tries to have a baby through artificial insemination with Kelly but the process fails.
She was also close with Dawson, but a rift comes between them when Dawson fails to be there for her during her downward spiral of guilt over a man's suicide. She then gets mixed up with a girl she met, Devon, who she really liked, but that all ended when Devon robbed Shay and her roommates, Severide and Otis.
Shay disappears and Severide tries to look for her. He asks for Dawson's help and when Dawson finds her they rekindle their friendship and Shay goes back to Firehouse An accident in the cliffhanger season finale of season two leaves Shay critically injured in the explosion of a building and she dies in the third-season premiere " Always ". The subsequent investigation and Severide's own observations reveal that Shay had been murdered. Chicago PD detectives later linked the fire with a string of unsolved arson cases dating back several decades.
The investigation proved that the arsonist and murderer of Shay was Trenton Lamont under the aliases of Adrian Gish and Ross Mcgowan. Shay was avenged for good when Lamont was later shot and killed by Chicago PD detective Antonio Dawson. In the pilot episode, the two break up, but reconcile soon after. Their relationship becomes strained when Hallie reveals that she does not want to have children and she leaves Casey. When she returns, the two mend their relationship.
After reuniting with Matt, the clinic she worked in was set ablaze. Hallie was trapped in the drug lockup but was rescued by Casey. After being pulled from the blaze, she was transported with CPR in progress to Lakeshore Hospital, where she was pronounced dead. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Wikimedia list article. This article may be too long to read and navigate comfortably.
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May 4, January 5, October 18, May 15, Season 9. Retrieved 18 March Retrieved His specialty is diving, he and Lt. Severide rescue a man during the crashed boat disaster, along with assistance from Mills. He also has a very likable personality Mouch and other fire fighters realize when he gets Chief Boden's secretary, Connie to smile, which, as the other fire fighters said, was the first time.
But with great rescue skills and a great personality the rest of the firehouse becomes interested in his side job as a skip tracer a person who finds people. At the beginning of the episode it seems that Herrmann is jealous of Newhouse because of all the attention he is getting, But at the end of the episode Herrmann respects Newhouse.
Newhouse also blends very well with Firehouse 51 and doesn't cause any drama. In Chopper , he is amused to hear Cruz being a dance instructor and attends one of Cruz's Zumba classes.
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Rick Newhouse is a firefighter in Firehouse 51. Rick Newhouse was the newest member of Firehouse 51 in season 2. He first appeared in the episode One More Shot and stayed through the end of season 2 as a member of Squad 3. He proves himself as a member of the CFD with parts in two rescues, one involving a man stuck in a wood chipper and the other involving a boat crashing in to a dock. His ...
6/5/ · Chicago Fire "One More Shot" Season 2 Episode 22 airs Tuesday, May 6th on NBC ( p.m. ET). Episode Synopsis: Chicago Fire Season 2 Episode 22 "One More Shot" - With everyone’s support. 23/9/ · Newhouse last appeared in Season 3, Episode 13, a crossover episode between Chicago Fire and Chicago P.D. The action-packed episode delves into Leslie Shay’s mysterious death — which, as Severide starts to suspect, was the making of an arsonist-cum-serial killer. In the episode, Newhouse decides to take his daughter, Naomi, on vacation to. Rick Newhouse was a firefighter of Squad 3 at Firehouse 51 in Chicago Fire. Chicago Fire (2 seasons, 12 episodes): Season 2: One More Shot • Real Never Waits Season 3: Always • Wow Me • Just Drive the Truck • Apologies Are Dangerous • The Nuclear Option • Madmen and Fools • Nobody Touches.
Edwin Hodge reportedly left ‘Chicago Fire’ to pursue other projects.