Jesse Spencer (a.k.a. Casey), who made his comeback to Chicago Fire for Season 11, Episode 18, gave viewers another excitement when he made an appearance in this year’s finale (Season 11, Episode 22).
Although Stella (Miranda Rae Mayo), who required assistance with a Homeland Security issue, brought him to the city initially simply for business, by the end, things had become highly personal. And thrilling. This is what transpired:
In Episode 18, Casey’s homecoming caught Brett (Kara Killmer) off guard because she was unaware he was visiting the area. She was fortunately aware of it this time, but she is now in a completely different position than she was a few weeks ago. Dylan (Christopher Allen) is having a good time and is committed to attempting to adopt Amber’s kid. All of this suggests that when she finally sees Casey again, she is relieved to see him and at peace with their history.
The same cannot be said, though, for Casey. His life in Seattle isn’t going as well as we had assumed, as we find out in Episode 18. To maintain appearances, he lies and says he has a significant other when Brett informs him that Stella is dating Dylan. He admits to Stella that something isn’t staying there for him.
Cut to the middle of Episode 22: Dylan chooses to break up with her after understanding that he and Brett are at different stages of their life. While Dylan would want children in the future, he is not on the same schedule as Brett, who is highly motivated to become a mother immediately. This revelation first shocks Brett, but she and Dylan ultimately part ways amicably. No one has any ill will.
When Brett learns that Amber has chosen to reclaim custody of her child and name her as the legal guardian, her breakup problems are alleviated. She is ecstatic because it means Brett can adopt the child formally.
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The surprises keep on coming. Casey learns about Brett’s separation quickly, and towards the end of the episode, he visits her house and poses a crucial query. Casey drops down on one knee and asks Brett to marry him, along with this young girl and Andrew Darden’s (Corey Sorenson) two boys.
“Sylvie Brett, we were meant to be,” he says. “Will you make me and the three kids the luckiest family in the world? Marry me.”
Brett’s eyes are wet with tears as she is overcome with emotion. The episode, however, ends before we learn if she accepts. Will she agree to Casey’s offer? The answer won’t be revealed to viewers until Chicago Fire Season 12.
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