Chicago Fire Season 10 Finale Failed To Solve A Major Mystery!

The season 10 finale of Chicago Fire fails to resolve a major mystery regarding Emma. The wedding of Kelly Severide (Taylor McKinney) and Stella Kidd (Miranda Rae Mayo), which was a cause for celebration for Firehouse 51, brought the show’s first decade to a close. However, in the midst of the ecstasy, Chicago Fire failed to face a looming question that season 10 had set up.

Season 10 of Chicago Fire brought several changes to Firehouse 51, including Matthew Casey’s (Jesse Spencer) departure from the show as he relocated to Portland, Oregon to care for his late best friend’s children. His move came at the worst possible time for Casey and Sylvie Brett’s budding Chicago Fire romance. Brett (Kara Killmer) opted to take an extended leave to be with Casey after sustaining a long-distance relationship for a while.

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It prepared the door for Emma Jacobs (Caitlin Carver) to join Violet Mikami (Hanako Greensmith) at Ambulance 61 as her reliever. There was something off about Jacobs from the start, and it turned out she was up to no good when she pressured Chief Evan Hawkins (Jimmy Nicholas) into giving Violet’s Firehouse 51 seat to her. Jacobs gets increasingly assertive in her demands in the Chicago Fire season 10 finale, “The Magnificent City of Chicago.” She later reveals her real colors when she abandons her crew during a fire rescue, giving Hawkins ample power to use against her.

This plotline looks to be complete now that Jacobs is no longer a danger to Violet’s career and Brett is back with her at Ambo 61 in the Dick Wolf-produced production. That said, it begs the question: why was Jacobs so adamant about being transferred to Firehouse 51 in the first place? Violet, Darren Ritter (Daniel Kyri), and Blake Gallo (Daniel Kyri) dug into Emma’s past after figuring out what she was up to, and it became evident that she wasn’t a trustworthy person. The way Chicago Fire dealt with Emma Jacobs’ threat was a little too convenient, especially given she appears to be more than meets the eye.

For what it’s worth, Jacobs’ time with Chicago Fire may not be completely finished. The series never sees her again when Hawkins fires her for abandoning her squad during a call. Hawkins and Violet’s reunion after their work problem is addressed is similarly left out of the episode; he calls, but she doesn’t seem interested in reconnecting with her difficult boyfriend. If Jacobs can find a way to return to Firehouse 51, especially because not everyone knows what she was up to, Chicago Fire will be able to thoroughly examine her shady past.

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While Gallo was digging up information on Jacobs, he discovered that she had a history of blackmailing colleagues to acquire what she wants. Violet and her companions might be able to use it to permanently get rid of her. It could even be a method for her to be discharged from the military. With Season 11 of Chicago Fire already confirmed, this might be one of the year-long plotlines the program can explore. As annoying as Jacobs is, there are simply too many fantastic stories to be told with him. Her eagerness to relocate to Firehouse 51 and take Violet’s place appears to be personal. When the program returns in the autumn, maybe more of her and her motivations will be explored.

Do Kelly and Kidd get married?

The tenth season of Chicago Fire ended with the wedding that fans had been waiting for for years: Kelly Severide (Taylor Kinney) and Stella Kidd (Miranda Rae Mayo) are now husband and wife.

Who dies in Chicago Fire?

Tuesday, the dog on ‘Chicago Fire,’ died just before the show’s season 10 finale. The show’s representatives have been contacted by EW for more details about Tuesday’s death.

What Happened at the End of the Chicago Fire last season?

Finally, Casey gives Gallo his favorite ax in a beautiful, small moment. He’s delighted Gallo is sticking with the truck because if he can’t be there, he wants to know that 51 is in good hands. He then informs Gallo that he is now a member of the old guard.

What happens to Severide in Chicago Fire?

Severide moves in with Casey and Dawson and avoids the apartment he had with Shay because he can’t bear losing his best friend. In season 4, Severide is demoted as part of Chief Riddle’s scheme to promote Severide to Fire Commissioner by replacing him with Captain Dallas Patterson and then removing Boden from his position as Battalion Chief.

Where can I watch season 10 of Chicago Fire?

You can watch Chicago Fire on Peacock. Peacock currently has 10 seasons of Chicago Fire available for streaming.