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Chief Boden is the head of Firehouse 51 and has been with the department for more than three decades. He can be firm, but is always fair and acts as a father figure to Severide and Casey.
Fun fact: Eamonn was actually born in London, and cleverly disguises his British accent on the show. Herrmann is now the company officer of the second shift of Engine 51 after a recent promotion to lieutenant.
As a husband, father of five kids, and owner of a bar, he considers himself more of an entrepreneur than a firefighter.
In real life, David is an actor who's best known for his part as the lovable Steve on HBO's Sex and the City. Stella is a firefighter on Truck She's relatively new to the crew, having only been around for a few years—but she's made a big impact on Severide's life in that time.
Although the pair has their ups and downs, they always find their way back to each other. She's also appeared on Pretty Little Liars and The Game.
Mouch's nickname is a mashup of "man" and "couch" because when he's not fighting fires on Truck 81, he can usually be found watching television.
However, after a heart attack almost killed him in season 5, Mouch gained a new lease on life. You may recognize Christian from his appearances on the TV series Prison Break and in the film Public Enemies.
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In "I'm Not Leaving You", Kyle comes to 51 and proposes to Sylvie in front of everyone after he tells her he's moving to Indiana. Brett accepts his proposal and tries to make it work with him, but she misses her life in Chicago and isn't happy in her new quiet life with Kyle, so they break up.
She returns to 51 in the 3rd episode of season 8 after leaving Fowlerton and resumes working on Ambulance 61 with Foster. Her feelings for Casey still seem confusing, as she gets overly defensive when he assumes she is dating a guy who meets for her drinks at Molly's yet she was only talking to him about a kid she met on a call and that he was helping out.
She also meets her birth mother who wanted to make a connection with her before giving birth to her second child.
Sylvie spends time with her mother Julie until the latter dies giving birth. The baby survives and Sylvie becomes a half-sister to a baby girl name Amelia.
Although her stepfather initially did not want to take care of her, Sylvie is able to persuade him to keep his daughter to honor his wife. In Season 9, Sylvie is assigned a new partner Gianna Mackey and they become fast friends.
Sylvie's status with Casey also evolves with the two even sharing a moment. However, Sylvie was worried his former relationship with Gabriela would be a problem.
Chief Wallace Boden season 1 — present is in charge of Battalion 25 stationed at Firehouse He is a scarred veteran of the fire department and served with Benny Severide and Henry Mills, the fathers of his subordinates, Kelly Severide and Peter Mills, respectively.
Chief Boden has unwavering dedication to the firefighters under him and has earned their loyalty and respect. He will go through great lengths to protect the integrity of the firehouse and his men, even if it means having to antagonize them by disciplining them.
Boden refuses to give up his house and fights for it. McLeod is eventually removed and Firehouse 51 remained open. Despite his serious exterior, he is open to advice from his men, particularly regarding his personal life; for example, he asks Herrmann, who has five children, for tips on how to deal with his pregnant wife Donna and infant son and Mills for some insight while he was dating Donna.
He also views his firefighters as his extended family, especially his two lieutenants, Matt Casey and Kelly Severide, who view him as a mentor and fatherly figure at Boden has an ex-wife, Shaunda, and a stepson, James, who appears in season 1 and later in season 5 who he doesn't see much.
Shaunda owns a pancake and waffle restaurant on the south side of Chicago that Boden and his crew often visit. In season 2, while intervening on a fire in a building he met one of the residents, Donna Robbins, an elementary school teacher.
Being attracted to each other, they started dating until Boden broke off, being afraid of screwing up the relationship like he always does. After a while, he met Donna again and learned that she's pregnant with his child.
Soon after, he proposed to Donna, arguing that it would be better for the child since he would be able to support them financially.
She turned him down, not convinced by his non-romantic point of view. Confused, Boden goes to Mills for some explanation.
He understood then that he didn't speak about his feelings and, in full uniform, proposed to Donna again, successfully this time.
He marries Donna Robbins, an elementary school teacher, in a small ceremony at the firehouse, the same day as her parents years ago. He had feelings for her for some time but was only convinced to propose to her after she tells him that she was pregnant and with the encouragement of his firefighters.
Herrmann was his best man and organized the wedding ceremony in front of firehouse 51 with Mills as clergyman. Donna is having some difficulties with her pregnancy, having a risk of fatal blood loss.
At first she refused to know the baby's gender unlike Boden who'd have liked to know. She revealed to him later that they are expecting a boy.
They have a son Terence who was born in Squad 3's truck en route to the hospital Chicago Med. He had an affair with Ingrid Mills, Peter Mills' mother, when she and her husband were separated.
As soon as he realized they had still feelings for each other, he stepped back. Mills was very upset when he learned about the affair and remained angry at Boden for a long time.
He currently has a bad relationship with Benny Severide due to their opposite views on the heroic death of Henry Mills. Benny Severide argued that Mills' death was due to his attempt to impress Boden who was having an affair with his wife.
In season 5 Jimmy, now a high school student, comes to live with him and joins the crew at 51 to "observe" what life was like as a firefighter.
However, Severide and Cruz both suspected that Jimmy was not telling the whole story. It was later revealed to be arson and one of her students was a suspect.
In "The One that Matters the Most", Boden contemplated moving up in rank after the CFD was considering promoting him. In "One for the Ages", after being encouraged by Casey and Severide to seek a promotion in "The Unrivaled Standard", he decides to run for Fire Commissioner of Chicago with the Mayor of Chicago endorsing him.
In "The Grand Gesture", his run for the fire commissioner was stopped when allegations of bribery came into light.
He then lost the campaign to Chief Carl Grissom when he became elected Fire Commissioner from the Mayor.
Boden's father Wallace Sr. Richard Roundtree lives in Orlando, Florida. In the episode " Ambush Predator ", Boden finds out that his father has stage four cancer and was given four months to live.
Wallace Sr. In Season 1, he got close to Ernie a teenager he saw several times on garbage fire interventions. Thinking the boy may be responsible of those fires, he invited him to the firehouse to investigate with Herrmann's help.
It turned up that Ernie was under his uncle Ray's influence and finally died in a fire set by Ray. His death devastated Boden.
In Season 4, Boden invited Capt. Dallas Patterson to command Squad 3 after Kelly Severide was demoted from lieutenant to firefighter. Boden and Patterson were later seen playing poker with Sgt.
Whitaker of Chicago P. Boden faced legal troubles after a neighbor, Serena Holmes, accused him of home invasion and assault. Holmes had moved into the apartment next to Boden and Donna as a temporary Airbnb tenant and requested Boden's help after locking herself out of the apartment and claiming that she had left the stove on.
Boden forced entry into the apartment at her request, only to find the stove off and Holmes acting seductively. She offered him a glass of wine, which he declined before leaving.
Later, a detective with Chicago P. The detective produces photographs that show an obviously battered Holmes. Knowing that he did not commit the crime, Boden enlists the help of Firehouse 51 to uncover the truth.
Boden first suspects that Deputy District Chief Ray Riddle, who had been attempting to remove Boden from his post, may have put Holmes up to the job of sullying Boden's reputation.
But with the help of Kelly Severide's ex-girlfriend, attorney Jamie Killian, it is revealed that arsonist Roger Maddox - who was set to go to trial for his crimes, and who was being represented by Killian - had hired Holmes to accuse Boden.
It is also revealed that Maddox set out to discredit members of the department's Office of Fire Investigation OFI , including captains Greg Duffy and Suzie Wilder, who were to testify against Maddox at the trial.
Lieutenant Christopher Herrmann season 1 — present is one of the senior firefighters of Truck He is the third most-experienced firefighter at 51 after Mouch and Boden , having served for nearly two decades.
He is generally considered Casey's de facto right-hand man on the job by the rest of the truck company,  as shown by the fact that he was made Acting Lieutenant whenever Casey is off-duty or unavailable   and also oversees Candidates assigned to Truck Casey once described him as "the heart and soul" of Firehouse Outside his job, Herrmann was a self-described "day trader".
There is a running gag in the show about how Herrmann would come up with ideas to solve his various problems and they would often backfire or go completely wrong.
His sharp instincts on the job are in stark contrast to those when he is not at the firehouse, which include taking on several "get rich quick" schemes that have left him financially precarious, but had seemed to have finally made a good investment opening "Molly's Bar" along with Dawson and Otis, after putting out a fire at the location and buying it out.
Molly's was nearly another of his failed investments as paperwork mishaps, building code issues and competition from a large sports bar located across the street threatens closure.
In season 1, one of his investments goes bad and he loses his home to foreclosure, forcing him and his family to move in with the in-laws for several months.
In season 4, he attempts to run a rude and condescending couple out of town, after they sued Molly's for "breaching" the city's noise limits, by hosting karaoke night at Molly's and belting out the chorus of " Don't You Forget About Me " over the microphone.
The relationship greatly fades away by Season 4 as she breaks away from him and the rest of 51 after her sister's death and spirals into alcoholism.
In season 5 he and Otis bring a discarded table tennis table back to the firehouse and end up smashing out a glass panel after the former challenges the rest of Truck 81 to a "show down".
Until the birth of Boden's son with his current wife Donna, Herrmann was the only character on the show who was married with children.
As such, he has a soft spot for young victims. In season 3, after learning that a young boy he had previously rescued died from a fire caused by his negligent alcoholic father, he had to be physically restrained by Casey from hitting the father in a fit of rage.
Boden sought his advice many times about dealing with his pregnant wife and infant son. Herrmann is also the first to notice Dawson's strange behavior prior to her and Casey revealing her pregnancy to the crew.
Herrmann is portrayed as a hands-on father and devoted family man who considers his fellow firefighters and paramedics at 51 as part of his extended family; most of his colleagues have babysat his five children at some point and Herrmann has no qualms about discussing the children with his wife in front of them.
In the episode "Path of Destruction" it is stated that he and his family live in the West Lawn area of Chicago. At the start of season 1, Herrmann and his wife Cindy have three sons and a daughter.
In season 4 he stated that they have been married for twenty two years. Severide and Shay are named as godparents.
Herrmann is shown to be a doting father and husband who often speaks of his family. All five children were christened into the Catholic Church.
His co-workers all tried to dissuade him from going through with it but their "concern" backfires against them as Cindy reacted by laughing and hugging her husband.
When Rebecca Jones joins firehouse 51 as the new candidate, her cocky behavior doesn't sit well with any of the members. However, it's revealed that her father is constantly trying to stop her being a firefighter and shutting down all of her ambitions, which eventually drives her to suicide.
Herrmann and Mills get into a heated argument following the cause of her suicide. Mills accuses Herrmann and the others of being uncaring and inconsiderate, which Herrmann fights against until revealing his guilt in that he saw her the night before and wondered whether him saying something to her would've changed the outcome.
They get past this together. Herrmann looks into expanding Molly's into a franchise and pitches his idea to the group. Cruz and Mouch want in and after a good presentation, Herrmann happily accepts their proposal into expanding Molly's into a truck this time.
Herrmann and Dawson also have tensions between them when she reveals she's going to be a firefighter at the end of season 1 from a bad experience with a female firefighter.
When she finally passes her physical exam and becomes a candidate, Welch rejects her from 81 and quickly recruits a male candidate, which upsets her so Boden overlooks her and Casey's relationship and lets her be the new candidate at This doesn't sit well with Herrmann as Casey makes a habit of overlooking all of her mistakes, forcing him to do the same and not question her.
She reveals afterwards that she has been deliberately making mistakes in hopes that someone will overlook their friendship and correct her.
When Chili joins 51, despite the at-the-time cold welcome, she tries to make friends but doesn't have a lot in common with the others. This is until she reveals she's in-midst of creating and designing a button on the side of beverages to cool them instantly in 5 seconds.
Being a business investor, Herrmann immediately jumps in and tells her she can sell it at Molly's as soon as she's finished.
He helps her a lot until Sylvie and Dawson tell him to calm and slow down since Chili's spending all of her money on it without leaving any to pay her bills.
He says this to Chili who thanks him for his help, saying Herrmann reminds her of her own father who died but created the idea in the first place.
They get emotional and he says he will be right with her. Herrmann and Cindy gave Chili Molly's funds to help her idea, for which she is very thankful.
They then celebrate their success when she finishes her design and test to see that it works, which it does. However, she's left deeply hurt and upset when they find that someone else has already created and launched it on TV.
She cries but Herrmann tells her she will definitely come up with something else and hugs her. In season 1, Otis, Herrmann and Dawson buy a bar which they call Molly's.
They had been called to a fire there and the owner wanted to sell it and move to Miami. After agreeing to buy it, they discover that a local mobster named Arthur had conned his way into being offered a "minority" stake.
Arthur repeatedly harasses the threesome, even nearly setting Dawson on fire before Detective Jay Halstead takes him down and arrests him.
After much difficulty, Molly's has become an established bar and is popular with firefighters and cops it is featured multiple times in spin-offs Chicago P.
After Captain Patterson, then chief, tells Cruz to tell Freddy he can no longer come to 51, Herrmann happily offers him a job at Molly's to get him out of the gang life he wants to escape.
He's friendly towards him. At the end of "Short and Fat", Herrmann was stabbed by Freddy, Cruz's friend, at Molly's bar after he told a joke that Freddy took as an offense.
The doctors reveal that he's lost a lot of blood and it would be difficult for him to pull through. Things heat up between Rhodes Chicago Med and Severide after he accuses him of not treating Herrmann properly after Halstead Med says something about this to one of the others.
However, he pulls through and is back to 51 soon. Although, the encounter leaves him with a shaky feeling and he is constantly on edge his first shift back - constantly worrying about Cindy and his kids even though he tries to hide this.
He also tells Cruz not to mention Freddy to him again. He was later discovered by his co-workers in the crossover episode "The Beating Heart" and was rushed to Chicago Med.
Freddy was later arrested by Chicago PD detectives, after he was rescued by firefighters from hanging on the fire escape.
He makes a statement against Freddy in court. In "Not Everyone Makes It", he had to testify against Freddy about the events that led up to the stabbing.
Freddy's father, also in prison, requests Herrmann to see him. Cruz tells him not to and he says he won't but ends up going. He reveals that he used to beat Freddy and is the reason why he is the way he is.
When Cruz convinces him that Freddy came from a hard life, he convinces the judge to be lenient on him. He eventually retracts his statement and they let him out with watch.
Cruz helps him through it. Herrmann as well as other members of Truck 81 report their concerns about Jimmy Borelli to Boden. In the season 6 premiere, Hermann, as well as the rest of the firehouse fully return to normal lives.
Luckily and surprisingly, he survives the fire that ended Season 5. In the Season 7 Episode "Thirty Percent Sleight Of Hand", he is promoted to Lieutenant of In season 8, he faces charges of conduct unbecoming of an officer when he moves a CPD squad car in order to help position Engine 51 for a hostage situation with a potential fire, and when he tries to make things square with the officer who filed the complaint.
These charges are later dropped when Severide made a deal to join the Office of Fire Investigation in exchange for Herrmann's charges being dropped.
Jessica "Chili" Chilton season 3—4 replaced Peter Mills as the new Paramedic in Charge PIC in season 3 after the latter leaves the CFD.
The crew at 51 were initially lukewarm to her as they were still getting over Mills' departure, having warmed up and grown to like to their former Candidate.
She came from a dysfunctional family; her parents divorced not long after marrying and her mother became a heroin addict and eventually abandoned the family.
Her sister Alissa lives in Kansas City and they lost contact. Alissa was one of Antonio Dawson 's CIs and, using the cash paid by the district for her tip, leaves Chicago to start a new life.
When Chili joins Firehouse 51, despite the at-the-time cold welcome, she tries to make friends but doesn't have a lot in common with the others.
At the start of Season 4, Chief Boden is under watch and investigation up to the point he is arrested and demoted from Chief and replaced by Dallas Patterson.
When Casey then sees Chili and Jimmy hanging out too closely with each other around the firehouse, he tells Jimmy to slow things since it isn't appropriate while they are under watch, especially with Patterson.
Jimmy tells Chili this and she is okay. However, she shows inappropriate behavior again and when they're caught by Patterson, he gets worried but she laughs it off, which angers him and they break up.
Throughout the next few weeks, Chili behaves erratically and is constantly angry and raging at anyone who asks her anything or questions her.
Sylvie assumes it's the breakup or the fact that Herrmann is in hospital but Jimmy tells her he doesn't think it's either of those. A brief moment of her crying in the hospital waiting room is shown but the reason still isn't revealed.
The next shift, the house is on lockdown from a tornado warning. Jimmy asks Chili if they can be friends to which she agrees, but the next second, she lashes out and tells him he isn't worth it and that it's unbelievable he would break up with her just because Casey told him to.
During a call later that day, Chili mistakenly injects a seizing victim with morphine instead of valium, which causes the girl to stop breathing altogether instead of stopping seizing.
She zones out after this and Sylvie takes over, properly injecting the patient and therefore saving her life. Chili says it's no big deal. At the hospital, she lies to the attending when she says the reason the woman has morphine in her system is because she accidentally knocked over a bottle, causing it to break.