Season 2 of Chicago Fire premièred with the episode "A Problem House" on September 24, 2013. This season consists of 22 episodes.
Season 2 Summary Edit
While Severide finds himself being targeted by an arsonist, Firehouse 51 takes on some new blood. This season Firehouse 51 fight to stay open after a financial advisor hired by the State of Illinois is tasked with closing down Firehouses.
Severide's newly found half-sister Katie is kidnapped after a vendetta against Kelly escalates. During this Season the series Chicago PD begins to crossover for some episodes. This was to make viewers gain an interest in both shows.
Bombing incidents, deadly fires and new paramedics, this Season is a jump from the previous and is bound to keep you on the edge of your seat throughout. Gabriela also retakes her firefighter exam and passes.
- Jesse Spencer as Matthew Casey
- Taylor Kinney as Kelly Severide
- Monica Raymund as Gabriela Dawson
- Lauren German as Leslie Shay
- Charlie Barnett as Peter Mills
- Yuri Sardarov as Brian "Otis" Zvonecek
- Eamonn Walker as Chief Boden
- Christian Stolte as Randy "Mouch" McHolland
- Joe Minoso as Joe Cruz
- Jeff Hephner as Jeff Clarke
- Randy Flagler as Capp
- Jon Seda as Antonio Dawson
- Michelle Forbes as Gail McLeod
- Daisy Betts as Rebecca Jones
- Brittany Curran as Katie Nolan
- Jason Beghe as Hank Voight
- Sophia Bush as Erin Lindsay
- Jesse Lee Soffer as Jay Halstead
- Mena Suvari as Isabella
- Christine Evangelista as Allison Rafferty
- Treat Williams as Benny Severide
- Larisa Polonsky as Zoya
- Pouch the dog as herself
|[[A Problem House]]||Writer: Michael Brandt and Derek Haas||Director: Joe Chappelle||September 24, 2013||#2x01|
|While Severide faces a dangerous arsonist, Firehouse 51 takes on new blood and new rules to avoid shuttering its doors due to budget cuts.
|[[Prove It]]||Writer: Andrea Newman||Director: Tom DiCillo||October 1, 2013||#2x02|
|Casey struggles to manage Heather Darden's boys. Meanwhile, Severide goes on the offensive in pursuit of the arsonist.
|[[Defcon 1]]||Writer: Michael Gilvary||Director: Joe Chappelle||October 8, 2013||#2x03|
|As Molly's bar continues to struggle, Mouch gets a campaign assist, and Severide targets Hadley, while Dawson makes an unexpected move.
|[[A Nuisance Call]]||Writer: Matt Olmstead and Hilly Hicks||Director: Steve Shill||October 15, 2013||#2x04|
|The fallout from a deadly routine call causes a rift between Shay and Dawson. Meanwhile, Severide goes stealth in his pursuit of Hadley.
|[[A Power Move]]||Writer: Andi Bushell||Director: Jann Turner||October 22, 2013||#2x05|
|Pressure is on Boden to resign from Firehouse 51, while mobster Arthur squeezes struggling Molly's Bar for more cash.
|[[Joyriding]]||Writer: Derek Haas and Tim Talbott||Director: Steve Shill||November 12, 2013||#2x06|
|While out on a jog, Severide comes across a secluded and empty construction site and encounters a young boy who has been trapped in a backhoe loader and is in dire need of assistance. Boden and McLeod continue to butt heads about the future of the firehouse and Boden breaks news about his future to Casey. Meanwhile, it's election day for the union presidency and Mouch and Greg Sullivan have a debate on Otis' podcast. With rival bar Game Day's future in peril, the finger is being pointed at Molly's.
|[[No Regrets]]||Writer: Michael Brandt and Ryan Rege Harris||Director: Michael Slovis||November 19, 2013||#2x07|
|McLeod continues to pressure Chief Boden, threatening to close Station 51, since he failed to retire as planned. "Mouch" steps up to pressure the union leader to preserve the station.
|[[Rhymes With Shout]]||Writer: Andrea Newman||Director: Joe Chappelle||November 26, 2013||#2x08|
|When the shooting of a young girl happens in their neighborhood, Cruz and his brother, Leon are forced to think about the gang they have tried to escape. The battle between Chief Boden and McLeod continues to escalate and Isabella convinces Mills to dress up for a fancy gala. Meanwhile, Lt. Casey is sad Dawson won't be coming by as much now that his parental duties are over, Shay is fed up with the firehouse and digs in deeper with Devon and Zoya's visa is expiring, prompting her to come up with an idea.
|[[You Will Hurt Him]]||Writer: Michael Gilvary||Director: Sanford Bookstaver||December 3, 2013||#2x09|
|Battalion Chief Boden repares to counterattack McLeod in a final effort to save the firehouse from closure and the romance between Dawson and Casey escalates. Leon is making progress in the gang murder investigation, but Cruz cannot stand being left in the dark by Voight, fearing for his brother's safety. Meanwhile, Severide and Katie bond to make up for lost time and Otis feels uncomfortable living with Severide and Shay after Devon's latest escapade.
|[[Not Like This]]||Writer: Michael Brandt and Derek Haas||Director: Alex Chapple||Devember 10, 2013||#2x10|
|All seems lost with firehouse 51 on the verge of closing its' doors, thanks in no small part to Gail McLeod, but Chief Boden and the rest of the house refuse to allow themselves to sit by and let it happen. An emergency call to an apartment structure fire tests everyone's limits and puts the squad in harm's way. Meanwhile, Dawson receives some life-changing news and union president Greg Sullivan makes headlines, which has an immediate impact on Mouch.
|[[Image:|150px]]||[[Shoved In My Face]]||Writer: Hilly Hicks Jr.||Director: Jean de Segonzac||January 7, 2014||#2x11|
|Lt. Casey returns to work at Firehouse 51 after nearly being killed in a building collapse and Shay meets Allison Rafferty, her new partner, who is friendly to everyone except her. Dawson begins her rigorous training at the Chicago Fire Academy, while Lt. Severide prepares for his stint as instructor. Meanwhile, Clarke stubbornly does not speak with the police about the murder in which he is the prime suspect and the future of Molly's looks bleaker than ever.
|[[Out With A Bang]]||Writer: Andrea Newman||Director: Alik Sakharov||January 14, 2014||#2x12|
|Lieutenant Casey tries to convince himself and everyone around him that he is one hundred percent healthy following his near-death incident in the line of duty. Shay, not wanting to delve into the emotionally traumatic incident, continues to elude a lawyer who wants to speak with her about Daryl's suicide. Meanwhile, Otis and Katie bond over board games, Boden helps out a woman with a negligent landlord and Dawson notices fellow recruit Rebecca Jones undertaking some interesting test-taking techniques at the Academy.
|[[Tonight's The Night]]||Writer: Derek Haas and Tim Talbott||Director: Jann Turner||January 21, 2014||#2x13|
|When a drunk driver knocks down a transformer, the entire neighborhood is left without power on a frigid Chicago night and members of Firehouse 51 step up to lend their much needed help. While many from the community ride out the night at the station, in the midst of such close quarters, romances speed up and tempers flare. Meanwhile, Casey continues to lie to both himself and Dawson about his condition and the stakeholders in Molly's bicker about the bar's direction.
|[[Virgin Skin]]||Writer: Michael Brandt and Ryan Harris||Director: Karen Gaviola||February 25, 2014||#2x14|
|Severide feels sidelined as he leaves Detective Lindsay and the Intelligence Unit to do their job and locate his sister Katie. Shay gets an unusual tip from Chicago Blackhawk players Brent Seabrook and Duncan Keith, who makes friends with Clarke and stop by Molly's. Meanwhile, Casey learns more about his head injuries after another close call and Dawson pushes hard to pass the physical test at the Academy.
|[[Keep Your Mouth Shut]]||Writer: Michael Gilvary||Director: Holly Dale||March 4, 2014||#2x15|
|Severide is getting impatient with the police as Vince Keeler walks free. Meanwhile, the house pulls out all the stops to save a girl trapped inside a donation bin, Mouch learns that Boden's secretary Connie is not someone to mess with and the squad and truck are called to a serious high rise fire inside a 20-story downtown office building.
|[[A Rocket Blasting Off]]||Writer: Matt Olmstead and Hilly Hicks Jr.||Director: Sanford Bookstaver||March 11, 2014||#2x16|
|Lt. Severide hits the top of the list as Det. Lindsay starts calling in suspects with the clearest motives to make the guy who kidnapped Katie disappear. Meanwhile, Jones is still having trouble fitting in as word of her disruptions reach the fire department's headquarters. Elsewhere, Herrmann celebrates his twentieth anniversary with his wife, but no one supports his idea on the gift he intends to give.
|[[When Things Got Rough]]||Writer: Andrea Newman||Director: Jann Turner||March 18, 2014||#2x17|
|Lt. Severide is reminded of his own past by a man he saves from a car accident and feels compelled to help him. Elsewhere, Lt. Casey and Chief Boden grapple with how to dock Jones per her father's orders. Meanwhile, Mouch and Dawson have troubles with the opposite sex and an emotional call to duty creates ripples throughout Firehouse 51.
|[[Until Your Feet Leave the Ground]]||Writer: Matt Olmstead and Mick Betancourt||Director: Michael Slovis||April 8, 2014||#2x18|
|Lt. Severide sticks his neck out for Dave Bloom, a fellow firefighter from Denver who is troubled by addiction. Elsewhere, Dawson and Shay leave town for a "girl's weekend" at a cabin in the woods. Meanwhile, Jones struggles with the knowledge that her father is pressuring Chief Boden about her career path and Mouch's Internet dating profile gets an upgrade with the help of Mills and the guys.
|[[A Heavy Weight]]||Writer: Michael Gilvary||Director: Reza Tabrizi||April 15, 2014||#2x19|
|A suicide note is delivered to a surprised Dawson and Lt. Severide digs deeper into Bloom's dark past. Elsewhere, Chief Boden learns shocking news, and with the help of Shay, Lt. Casey goes on the search for a life-changing item.
|[[A Dark Day]]||Writer:||Director: Reza Tabrizi||April 29, 2014||#2x20 (1)|
|In the first hour of a crossover event with Chicago P.D., the firehouse is tested like never before when a massive explosion sends Chicago into chaos.
|[[8:30 PM]]||Writer:||Director: Reza Tabrizi||April 30, 2014||#2x20 (2)|
|In the final hour of the crossover event with Chicago Fire, Intelligence hunts down the culprit behind the hospital bombing while Burgess awaits news about how her niece is doing.
|[[One More Shot]]||Writer:||Director:||May 6, 2014||#2x21|
|The firehouse pulls together to help Dawson retake the firefighter's exam.
|[[Real Never Waits]]||Writer:||Director:||May 13, 2014||#2x22|
|In the season finale, a boarding school fire leaves Severide shaken, and Boden's grand plans take a detour.