|"Out With a Bang"|
Season 2, Episode 12
|Airdate||January 14th, 2014|
|Producer||Michael Brandt; Andi Bushell; Joe Chappelle; Carla Corwin; Tim Deluca; Marc Dube; Arthur W. Forney; Danielle Gelber; Michael Gilvary; Derek Haas; Hilly Hicks, Jr.; Peter Jankowski; Jeffrey Nachmanoff; Neena Nejad; Andrea Newman; Bryan Oh; Matt Olmstead; John L. Roman; Thania St. John; Dick Wolf|
|Starring||Jesse Spencer; Taylor Kinney; Monica Raymund; Lauren German; Charlie Barnett; David Eigenberg; Yuri Sardarov; Joe Minoso; Christian Stolte; Eamonn Walker|
|Previous||"Shoved in My Face"|
|Next||"Tonight's the Night"|
"Out With a Bang" is the twelfth episode from season two of the drama series Chicago Fire and the thirty-sixth episode of the series overall. It was directed by Alik Sakharov with a script written by Andrea Newman. The episode first aired on NBC on Tuesday, January 14th, 2014 at 10:00 pm.
Principal Cast Edit
|Jesse Spencer||Matthew Casey|
|Taylor Kinney||Kelly Severide|
|Monica Raymund||Gabriela Dawson|
|Lauren German||Leslie Shay|
|Charlie Barnett||Peter Mills|
|David Eigenberg||Christopher Herrmann|
|Yuri Sardarov||Brian "Otis" Zvonecek|
|Joe Minoso||Joe Cruz|
|Christian Stolte||Randy "Mouch" McHolland|
|Eamonn Walker||Chief Wallace Boden|
Guest Stars Edit
|Jeff Hephner||Chief Wallace Boden|
|Daisy Betts||Rebecca Jones|
|Christine Evangelista||Allison Rafferty|
|Melissa Ponzio||Donna Robbins|
|Brittany Curran||Katie Nolan|
|Coburn Goss||Jed Bell|
|Karen Aldridge||Doctor Kendra|
|Christopher R. Ellis||Rick Sandoval|
|Steve Key||Kenny Bloomfield|
|Michael Ingersoll||Jim Giovannetti|
|Emily Bennett||Nurse #1|
|Tasha Anne James||Ella|
|Jasmin Cardenas||Security officer|
|Matt Engle||Mall officer|
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