Episode 3 chicago fire It left fans with many questions. Throughout the episode, there was concern that Taylor Kinney would leave the show again, so when the episode ended with Severide leaving town to work on another arson investigation, fans were understandably a lot. I asked a question. Given that Severide just returned in the premiere after Kinney took a hiatus from the show in Season 11, fans are curious to know if Severide will leave the show again for a few episodes or if he’ll come back again. time.
Needless to say, fans want to know what the future holds for Severide, but questions about his future weren’t the only questions fans were left with after watching the latest episode of the hit NBC drama.
As fans tried to process the idea of Severide leaving town again and wondered about his future on the show, viewers were left with unexpected questions arising from the dedication card shown immediately after the episode’s final scene. I left.
Following “Chicago Fire” season 12, episode 3, “The Trap,” a message “In Memory of Vivian Marie” flashed on the screen before the regular credits and promo for episode 4 aired. Dedication cards like these are used to honor deceased members of the show’s cast and creative team, and are a way for the show to honor those who have passed away for their contributions to the show.
If the name Vivienne Marie doesn’t immediately ring your bell, it might be because she wasn’t a member of the cast. Instead, she served as a member of the creative team that brought the show we know and love to life.
According to NBC Insider, Marie worked as an on-call painter on NBC’s hit series and was part of the One Chicago family behind the scenes, helping bring the show we all love to life. Sadly, Marie passed away a few weeks ago, but the dedication card for Episode 3 was designed to honor her and celebrate her contribution. Chicago Fire.
On behalf of everyone here at One Chicago Center, our thoughts are with Marie’s family and friends.