While Gabby and Sylvie go on a call, Gabby who is driving hits a man. Later the man's son files a suit. Casey and Severide continue to butt heads over the fire at Darrin Whitney's that killed his wife. Boden brings his step-son to the firehouse so that he could find out if he wants to be a fireman and he's invited to a thing in New York and he's hesitant to go. Herrman has a chance to be promoted but when he goes to the Chief, he's told to admit that he made a mistake when he chose to go against regulations and saved someone.
Did You Know?
The title of this episode, "That Day" refers to 9/11/01 and the tragedies that occurred at the World Trade Center in Lower Manhattan and the character Chief Wallace Boden's involvement with the rescue/recovery on the site after the buildings were destroyed. See more
When the police arrest the husband, they say: "...You have the right to remain silent...", this is a procedural mistake. First of all, the officer making the arrest should've informed Darin that he is being placed under arrest and the charges he is being accused of, THEN read him his rights. See more
References Chicago Med