Severide received the devastating news that Anna’s cancer was back on ‘Chicago Fire’ Season 5 last week. She initially tried to shut him out, but he wasn’t about to let that happen. Now it’s time for him to fight for her life.
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Fans were angry at Anna initially. Before the two week break last month, Anna decided to walk away from Severide. She didn’t think they were right for each other. However, Chicago Fire fans soon learned that her cancer was back and there was no cure this time. Another bone marrow transplant from Severide isn’t going to be enough.
However, he isn’t about to just give up on this new woman in his life. During this week’s episode, his life will be mirrored with a case. He meets an old widow who hasn’t let go of her deceased husband. While encouraging her to move on, he will realize that this is something he may have to do.
Chicago Fire fans are already worried. The last time Severide lost someone close to him, he went off the rails and nearly sabotaged his whole career. He still isn’t really over the loss of Shay, and this possible loss could completely break him.
Chicago Fire Season 5, Episode 20 isn’t just going to be about Severide. Matt Casey is going to fight for his friend’s career. Last week, Jason Kennall chose to take the fall for a colleague who lost his life due to a mistake. Kennall doesn’t want the memory of that colleague to be a bad one, but it could mean he is stripped of his bugle. Casey doesn’t want to see a good fireman go down for something that wasn’t his fault.
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