Chicago Fire: Season 5 - Episode 8; One Hundred

  • (0:03)  Investigating A House To See If There Was A Fire Inside / 220 S. Humphrey Avenue, Oak Park

  • (0:12)  Responding To A Clown That Was Struck By A Baseball Bat Across The Street From A School / Pope Elementary School; 1852 S. Albany Avenue, Chicago (Note: The Park Across The Street Is The Southwest Corner Of Douglas Park)

  • (0:29)  Responding To A Traffic Accident / E. Lake Street At Beaubien Court, Chicago

  • (0:33)  The Exterior Of Molly's / Lottie's Pub; 1925 W. Cortland Street, Chicago

  • (0:37)  Casey And Dawson Getting Married / Michael A. Bilandic Building; 160 N. LaSalle Street, Chicago

  • (0:41)  The Casey's Residence / 911 W. 14th Place, Chicago


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  5. Chicago Fire's Season 5, Episode 8, 'One Hundred,' ignites an emotional rollercoaster as it celebrates the series' centennial mark. This gripping installment intertwines intense action with heartfelt narratives, diving deep into the lives of the Firehouse 51 crew. Amidst blazing fires and daring rescues, the episode echoes the essence of camaraderie, resilience, and sacrifice, reaffirming the show's prowess in delivering gripping storytelling that keeps viewers on the edge of their seats. 'One Hundred' isn't just another episode; it's a testament to the series' enduring ability to captivate audiences with its poignant portrayal of the everyday heroes who define courage in the face of chaos.