How ‘Chicago Fire’ Celebrated Brettsey Wedding & Said Goodbye to Kara Killmer

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[Warning: The below contains MAJOR spoilers for Chicago Fire Season 12 Episode 6 “Port in the Storm.”]

Chicago Fire mentioned goodbye to Kara Killmer and her character, Brett, in type, along with her and Casey’s (Jesse Spencer) wedding ceremony.

First up, nevertheless, is telling Casey in regards to the location of their wedding ceremony, a fish retailer—which maid of honor Violet (Hanako Greensmith) guarantees to ensure is in wonderful form—however as he assures Brett when he finds out, “I don’t care where we get married, Sylvie. As long as it’s you and me there, we’re all good.”

But for a second, it appears like his finest man won’t make it. Kidd’s (Miranda Rae Mayo) nervous when her texts to Severide (Taylor Kinney) go unanswered, and he or she even lies to Cruz (Joe Minoso) and claims he mentioned his flight was delayed. Then she thinks he’s calling to inform her he fully missed his flight, just for him to stroll in whereas they’re on the telephone. He didn’t name sooner, he explains, as a result of he needed to look her within the eyes. She’s simply glad he got here dwelling, she says as they lie down on the bunk in his workplace. “That was the plan,” he reminds her, and whereas she could not have been certain, he was. (Later, on the wedding ceremony, he guarantees but once more to all the time come dwelling to her.) Also certain? Brett about her plan to marry Casey in 26 hours, transfer to Portland, depart 51, and reside in a home with him and the youngsters.

Eamonn Walker as Chief Wallace Boden, Jesse Spencer as Matt Casey — 'Chicago Fire' Season 12 Episode 6

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And in fact Severide and Casey have to have one final cigar chat (and touch upon how far they’ve come from being two single guys with nothing and nobody to lose). Casey brings up Severide’s work on arson instances, and the lieutenant admits that whereas earlier than, there was a priority that he’d get misplaced in that and switch into his father, this time, with the opportunity of shedding his spouse, he “never lost sight of the end goal: coming home.” Severide additionally shares that he’s been pondering so much about Casey telling him that the home wanted him and, whether or not he knew it or not, he wanted the home. He additionally notes that this time, Casey leaving feels everlasting, however the captain says that he and Brett will all the time come again to 51.

But first Brett has to outlive her final name at 51. And certain, we all know she does, however nonetheless, having a safety guard who was attempting to rob a watch present at an expo middle pull a gun on her is a priority. Fortunately, she’s in a position to get away from him, and Casey reveals up in time to sort out him as he chases her. Even higher: Violet was struggling to search out flowers for the marriage, however there simply so occurred to be a bridal expo within the middle, as Mouch (Christian Stolte), Herrmann (David Eigenberg), and Ritter (Daniel Kyri) observed…

And then it’s time for the marriage, and sure, the fish retailer does look lovely. It’s becoming that Boden (Eamonn Walker) officiates—and begins by, after Violet lights a candle for the Chicago firefighters who misplaced their lives within the line of responsibility on the couple’s request, noting that they’re not probably the most “savvy” on a sure topic: “Everyone at 51 knew you should’ve gotten married before you did.”

Hanako Greensmith as Violet Mikami, Kara Killmer as Sylvie Brett, Eamonn Walker as Chief Wallace Boden, Jesse Spencer as Matt Casey, Taylor Kinney as Kelly Severide — 'Chicago Fire' Season 12 Episode 6

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Casey’s the primary to recite his vows. “Getting here to this place was the toughest battle of my life. It was worth every moment because we’re here now. You are my port in the storm, the most generous, caring person I’ve ever known, and sometimes the most stubborn,” he begins. (“So not true,” she interjects.) “We were apart too long, but now I promise that you will never be alone and I will always be by your side, and that this, the two of us together, is a fire that will never go out. I had to get a fire metaphor in there somewhere.”

Brett then, in her vows, reveals why she needed to get married at Shedd Aquarium: Years in the past, once they took Amelia there “is when I realized you are the only man for me. The way you were with her, I knew you were born to be a father, and when you decided to be a father to the Darden boys, it only made me love you more. Even when I was trying so hard to let you go. And I couldn’t. It’s like you said, we were meant to be. We were meant to be a family.”

After Boden pronounces them “husband and wife and a family” and so they kiss, it’s time for the reception at, in fact, Molly’s. There, Violet admits to Carver (Jake Lockett) that she retains operating from him as a result of seeing somebody she actually cares about at risk in entrance of her (as she did Brett earlier), she received’t survive it once more. What he takes from that’s she cares about him.

And then all that’s left to do is say goodbye to Casey and Brett. While Brett hugs Violet and Kidd goodbye, Casey tells Severide he’ll be again quickly. And after a dip and a kiss on the automobile, the newlyweds drive off.

Elsewhere, Boden tells Violet that her promotion got here by way of, and he or she’ll be in PIC (paramedic in cost) as soon as Brett leaves. But she’s shocked when Paramedic Chief Robinson stops by to speak about who can be using along with her—and he or she doesn’t need her enter. She’s additionally planning to be far more concerned than her predecessors.

Plus, is 51 going to be shedding two firefighters quickly?! Mouch remarks that he needs his final yr or two on the CFD to be his finest, and Gibson (Rome Flynn) encourages Kylie (Katelynn Shennett) to let the chief know she needs to switch to 51 as a result of she by no means is aware of what may occur even when there isn’t an open spot in the meanwhile.

What did you consider how Fire mentioned goodbye to Killmer and the Brettsey wedding ceremony? Let us know within the feedback under.

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