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[Warning: The below contains MAJOR spoilers for 9-1-1 Season 5, Episode 10 “Wrapped in Red.”]
The members of the 118 aren’t accurately sensation very merry as the 9-1-1 slide finale begins … and just as they seem to be carrying out a little bit superior, one of them drops a bombshell about his future with them.
To Eddie’s (Ryan Guzman) surprise, his son Christopher (Gavin McHugh) keeps criticizing all his Xmas decorating. The only explanation he provides is that he wishes almost everything to be best. But then Christopher has a nightmare about his mother (who died in Season 2). Though it could just be an isolated incident, Eddie admits to Buck (Oliver Stark) that it doesn’t experience like a person. Holiday seasons had been constantly Christopher and his mother’s detail, and Eddie concerns he’s not performing it proper.
Then Christopher reveals just why he’s placing so a lot tension on this Christmas: “You’re going to be lifeless up coming 12 months,” he tells his father. Eddie, also, has been reminded of his mortality, after remaining held hostage at gunpoint not too long ago, he admits to Carla (Cocoa Brown). His job is vital, he appreciates, but it is also important that his child feels risk-free when he closes his eyes at night time.
And so at the close of the episode, as every person gathers to celebrate Xmas, Buck and Hen (Aisha Hinds) are involved when they see Eddie with Bobby (Peter Krause). Then Eddie can take them and Ravi (Anirudh Pisharody) aside. Christopher is “worried about me, about the threat I get though I’m at work,” he tells them. It is “too much” for a 10-yr-old to feel about, so “I have to make a adjust. I’m leaving the 118.”
So is Guzman leaving the Fox drama? Television Insider has verified that he’s not going everywhere, but we’ll have to wait around to see what Eddie’s decision to go away the 118 implies for him heading forward on the present when it returns in the spring.
Somewhere else in the episode, Buck shares with Hen that he’s feeling a little bit down mainly because he’s lacking his MIA relatives members. His sister Maddie (Jennifer Love Hewitt) left, imagining she was not harmless all-around her daughter, and Chimney (Kenneth Choi) adopted to try to observe her down. Sadly, we really do not get an update on them prior to the hiatus.
Buck also problems about a gift for Taylor (Megan West), due to the fact it’s his very first Christmas with a girlfriend. He rapidly regulations out subsequent in Bobby’s footsteps and obtaining her an engagement ring like the captain did Athena (Angela Bassett) for their first Xmas together. “Don’t overthink it,” Hen recommends. “Just get her some thing sweet, a little something she could use or she wouldn’t essentially invest in for herself. Get her one thing that allows her know that you know her seriously nicely.”
Buck considers a transportable generator and live performance tickets just before eventually settling on his present: a bracelet with an emergency distress beacon. It’s not a tracker, he assures her, but when she presses it, they’ll come to her rescue. And he loves the sweater she picked out for him, devoid of even observing it, so at minimum that portion of his own lifetime is hunting up.
With that, 9-1-1 is on hiatus until eventually the spring. In the meantime, its spinoff, Lone Star, returns for Year 3 and usually takes in excess of its time slot starting on January 3.
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