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  • FGFD43
    started a topic "Chicago Fire" on NBC

    "Chicago Fire" on NBC

    I saw a commercial for this upcoming show on NBC the other day. Just wondered if anyone has heard any nitty gritty on the show. Maybe some body from Chicago got to see any filming? Anyone?

  • FyredUp
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ID:	2092682 After further review the show still blows chunks. Still not watching.

    But heck if it helps you get through the week what do I care.

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  • britaint10
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    Since when could you pop the doors on a car with a haligan?

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  • CaptOldTimer
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    Whats get me is, they are dispatched on a box alarm of fire. Arrive and smoke and fire showing from one structure with extension to the one next to it. You look at the street and there is a pumper, rescue company, truck company the medic and BC. NO ONE ELSE!! I know something about Chicago and other large cites protocols on dispatching on Box Alarms.

    Also you still some active fire and smoke and the guys are taking up.

    I know it is TV and for the most part it is OK. But for the other part is is totally BS!

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  • yjbrody
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    I don't know what you guys are talking about. All that stuff happened to my shift just last set! Now we gotta get a new cot for the bus and I need to lay low because an arsonist is after me. Going car shopping this weekend in fact.

    Truth!

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  • FyredUp
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    My wife watched the premier of the second season so I suffered through it.

    Safe to say it is every bit as stupid as last season and does nothing to bolster the public image of firefighters.

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  • Wolfn
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    Originally posted by fortion View Post
    it can addictive with time....Not a great show but a good enough though
    Exactly. It won't win any awards or anything, but it's a fun show.

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  • fortion
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    it can addictive with time....Not a great show but a good enough though

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  • Daped01
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    Originally posted by Wolfn View Post
    Seriously, if you stick with the show it's very addictive.

    agreed. its got me hooked

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  • tbzep
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    Originally posted by Wolfn View Post
    Seriously, if you stick with the show it's very addictive.
    Addictive like Toradol? Nice play on words, there.

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  • Wolfn
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    Seriously, if you stick with the show it's very addictive.

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  • mcwops
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    Watched about 5 minutes of it. It had too much of the Law and Order over dramatic feel for my taste.

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  • CaptOldTimer
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    The show last night was just as worst as the first show.

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  • gunnyv
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    Just watched it, what a steaming pile of dung. The only part that felt real was the guy talking about his foreclosure and non-existent sex life. THAT was a funny scene.

    The commercial fire scene with the guy hanging over the hole, I was waiting for the "You go, we go" just like Backdraft.

    And they had to make one of the female paramedics gay, so they can fit in with every other hollywood show. I know it's fricking TV, but the same medic does a pleural decompression and a pericardiocentesis, plus gets held at gunpoint, in the first episode? What's left for season three?

    The BC comes to a fire from a boxing bout? And do you think the rescue co. Lt could shave? He shows up at the hospital with 12 o'clock stubble and a leather jacket looking like Mad Max. Just make it stop...

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  • CaptOldTimer
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    The first presidential debate was more interesting than the pilot of Chicago Fire!

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