Goodwin updates the media on the conjoined twins. It is all systems go. Manning gets an update from Bekker and then asks for Rhodes to weigh in. He tells her that he isn’t going to be operating. He lost a patient because he made the wrong call. He’s not risking it. Choi hasn’t heard from Emily but April isn’t worried. Halstead has a ring for Manning and asks her to meet him on the balcony after work as Maggie gives him a patient.
That patient is Bert. He was found in the garage in the car with the engine running. Maggie pages Goodwin who is at the test run for the twin surgery. Rhodes is also there and he’s still chiming in. Goodwin goes to see Bert and Halstead updates her. He suggests reasons for the situation but Goodwin isn’t having it. She figures he tried to kill himself. Choi gets a patient and brings April with him. It’s one of the girls from the tent city. Bert wanted to die and is pissed at Halstead for not letting him.
The board wants to talk to Goodwin but she has other issues. The girl from the camp has hepatitis and it’s probably spreading big time there. Manning and Choi are going to have to go over and clear it out. Reese has been helping her father find a rehab and the twins’ parents are freaking out. At the tent city, Choi finds a sick teens, and his sick sister. Jay Halstead is waiting to talk to a victim and comments to his brother about waiting so long to propose.
Charles gets a call from the parents of the missing girl that was tied to Bob. He takes down the number. There are a lot of people watching from big name places. Rhodes is in observation too and he’s explaining what’s going on to an intern. They have a few complications. Charles goes to see Bert but it goes nowhere. The folks from the tent camp are brought in and tests are ordered. One girl, who recently had a baby is in much worse shape than the others.
After another issue, Rhodes rushes in and is willing to scrub in with a radical plan. Latham approves. Charles asks Goodwin to try and talk to Bert. She says no. She doesn’t owe him anything. The teen that is in worse shape actually has Hep A and Hep C. They have to call the baby’s parents and bring her in for tests. Goodwin is still blowing off the board. Rhodes saves the day in surgery. Choi talks to Emily and then updates April. She suggests a group home because Emily needs professional help but Choi isn’t hearing it.
Reese took her father for a walk and their way back to his room, they run into Charles. He lets Reese go back to work so he can talk to Bob. Seems that Bob is up to his old tricks and Charles wants to make sure Reese doesn’t fall for them. He ditches Bob and makes plans to visit the missing girl’s parents. In Wisconsin he gets to see the girl’s room and asks the family about her time at college. There was nothing that stood out. Charles notices that she had a set of stuffed monkeys and one was missing.
The teen with Hep A and Hep C gets to see her baby. As Manning walks the family out, the teen crashes. Halstead and Manning rush to save her but it’s too late. They call it. Charles goes to Bob’s place and peeks in the window. He sees the stuffed monkey on a shelf. The twins’ surgery wraps up. It’s a success. Goodwin finds Maggie giving the new chief of trauma a tour, a position neither one of them knew was being created. There is also a new COO that Goodwin wasn’t ready for.
Choi is bringing Emily home with him. She’s family and he wants to stand by her. April is not having it so an argument ensues. Choi is bringing her home, but April isn’t going to that home if that’s the case. Halstead is getting ready to take Manning somewhere private when Frisch asks him to celebrate. Manning overhears and puts the pieces together. She storms out and he chases. He proposes in the parking lot. Rhodes and Bekker talk about his work on the twins.
She figures he did it for her attending spot and by his reaction she knows she is right. He actually got an offer from the Mayo Clinic. He’d be a fool not to take it. Charles goes to see Bob. He’s not going to rehab. He’s going home with Reese. Charles brings up the missing girl case and Bob falls for his trap. It’s too late though. They taunt each other before Bob falls to the ground. Charles reaches to do compressions but Bob maybe blinks? Charles does not do anything and Reese walks in. She finds him over her father’s body.
Is Bob dead? I don’t think so. They made it seem like it was up in the air so I don’t think he is really dead. Rhodes isn’t actually going to go to Mayo. And that was an absolutely awful proposal by Halstead. You waited a week. You can wait another few days for Manning to not be pissed at you. I’m glad April didn’t just let Choi bully her.