‘Chicago Fire’ Season 10 Episode 13 Synopsis Points to Kelly Severide and Wendy Seager Spending More Time Together

NBC’s One Chicago fans can’t wait for the return of Chicago Fire Season 10. Chicago P.D. Season 9, and Chicago Med Season 7. Now, we have some insight into what might go down on Chicago Fire Season 10 Episode 13 — and it looks like Kelly Severide and Wendy Seager may reunite. Seager and Severide had a few flirty moments in the past. Could this jeopardize Severide’s relationship with Stella Kidd?

‘Chicago Fire’ Season 10 Episode 13 is likely to feature Kelly Severide and Wendy Seager reconnecting

Taylor Kinney as Kelly Severide and Andy Allo as Wendy Seager standing next to each other in 'Chicago Fire' Season 10
Taylor Kinney as Kelly Severide and Andy Allo as Wendy Seager | Adrian S. Burrows Sr./NBC

Chicago Fire Season 10 Episode 13 is titled “Fire Cop,” according to Soaps.com. The next episode of the show, which returns after the Winter Olympics conclude on Feb. 20, 2022, will likely bring Kelly Severide and Wendy Seager together.

The publication notes Severide will work on a fire case with the Office of Fire Investigation (OFI), meaning Lieutenant Wendy Seager will certainly be on the case with Severide. Seager made it known she enjoys working with Severide in the past — and when Stella Kidd was MIA due to her Girls on Fire program, Severide and Seager really hit it off. Episode 13 might bring out more of Seager’s flirtation, and it could lead to an uncomfortable conversation between Severide and Kidd.

A Reddit user posted the synopsis for episode 13, too. “Severide and Seager team up to investigate a fire at the home of a troubled young woman,” the synopsis reads.

Kelly Severide and Stella Kidd recently got engaged on the show

Kelly Severide putting a ring on Stella Kidd's finger in 'Chicago Fire' Season 10 Episode 12
Taylor Kinney as Kelly Severide and Miranda Rae Mayo as Stella Kidd | Adrian S. Burrows Sr./NBC

Prior to Chicago Fire Season 10 Episode 13, Kelly Severide and Stella Kidd made their engagement official with a ring. When Kidd returned from her Girls on Fire program, she and Severide hit a rough patch. But they were able to work through their relationship differences and move forward as a stronger couple. However, with Severide and Seager spending time together in new episodes, it could throw a wrench into the romance.

Fans on Reddit predict Severide may confide in Seager about his troubles with Kidd, too. This could lead to Kidd feeling betrayed by Severide.

“Severide needs someone who is around his age/rank to talk/vent things out with,” a Reddit user noted. “He can’t talk about his problems with Kidd with Kidd. Because, otherwise, he just seems like a lost character with no real plot lines, except for those big fire scenes or Kidd scenes.”

“Ugh, can we stop with the Seager stuff, or just have Severide clearly draw the line that nothing is going to happen?” another Reddit fan noted. “I enjoy the investigations, but lord. Enough is enough.”

The remainder of ‘Chicago Fire’ Season 10 might reveal a bumpy road for Kelly Severide and Stella Kidd

While Stella Kidd and Kelly Severide seemingly patched up their romance, it’s clear something’s brewing in Chicago Fire Season 10 Episode 13. And we expect the remainder of the season to reveal a bumpy road for the couple.

With that said, we imagine Severide and Kidd will make it through the hurdles. Now that Kidd’s back in the firehouse full-time, it’s likely that fans will see a lot more wedding talk between them. Additionally, there’s still speculation that Kidd will take over Jason Pelham’s job as a lieutenant. Pelham took Matt Casey’s position after Casey’s departure, but he’s run into trouble since then.

The Chicago Fire Season 10 Episode 13 synopsis also notes there will be some new focus on Pelham. Perhaps we’ll see more about how his position as the lieutenant — and if Kidd will take over.

Chicago Fire Season 10 returns on Wednesday, Feb. 23, 2022, on NBC.

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