Oblique, knitted eyebrows.
44% of adults will exaggerate to sound cooler.
The man behind Kelly Severide talks about the return of Chicago Fire.
As the firehouse staff deals with a tragedy, Dawson receives a suicide note and Severide looks into Bloom's past. Meanwhile, Chief Boden receives distressing news and asks Shay for help finding a crucial item.
The actor opens up about the finale and the women in Severide's life.
Charlie Barnett explains how they created - and how he ran into - the fire that burned down his family's diner.
Guest star CJ Adams talks about his thrilling guest-starring role on Chicago Fire.
LIE TO ME is the compelling drama series inspired by the scientific discoveries of a real-life psychologist who can read clues embedded in the human face, body and voice to expose the truth and lies in criminal investigations.
DR. CAL LIGHTMAN (Tim Roth) is the world's leading deception expert. By analyzing facial expressions and involuntary body language, he can read feelings ranging from hidden resentment to sexual attraction to jealousy. His work gives him the knowledge and skill set to expertly mislead others as well as detect lies. But as Lightman well knows, his scientific ability is both a blessing and a curse in his personal life, where family and friends deceive each other as readily as criminals and strangers do.
Tim Roth discusses how his character Dr. Cal Lightman detects deception by studying facial expressions and body language.
Special effects coordinator Joe Millinac explains Chicago Fire's biggest mechanical gag to date - a six-foot story car drop!
Check out the steamiest moments from Season 1.
Co-creator Michael Brandt discusses the challenge of crashing a real train.
In a funny PSA, Joe Minoso, Yuri Sardarov and Christian Stolte present the do's and don'ts of bouncy castles.
Joe talks about the location and the children being saved in this episode.
The average person will lie 3 times in a 10 minute conversation.
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