Chicago PD, episode twenty-three

Lindsay is at her hearing. She gets striped and is facing possible assault charges. She gets angry but the chief doesn’t care. She leaves and Bunny calls. She says that “he’s dead.”
The unit rolls in. Dude is not dead and Voight knows him. They roll an ambo and start securing the scene. Ruzek points out that it’s a wonky situation for Halstead as they search for evidence. Halstead finds a gun behind the stove.

Voight and Halstead interrogate Bunny about Johnny Martelli. It gets them nowhere.
Erin shows up at the district and Platt tries to stop her. It’s no use. She confronts her mother and then Voight tells her to go home and get head on straight.

Martelli is dead and Jay asks Will for the key to the safety deposit box so that he can get their mother’s ring and propose to Erin. Will tells him to run. Erin isn’t looking to be saved. They get interrupted by an incoming ambo. There are a lot of oxy incidents in Bridgeport.

Upton and Olinsky get the autopsy info and then the unit talks about the case. They want to link the drugs to the murder so they better get to work. Platt comes in and talks to Upton. She warns her about the review board and basically tells her to have Erin’s back.
Voight talks to the chief. Who gives him an ultimatum, the unit or Lindsay. Voight heads to his club and talks to the guys. He gets some of what he needs and says that he will try to keep their names out of it. They tell him to do better than try.

Erin tracks down Bunny and demands to know what happened so they can get ahead of this. Bunny doesn’t want to deal with her and walks out.

Halstead and Olinsky rough up the guy Voight brought in for some answers. Turns out he doesn’t know about the murder but knows where Bunny fits in. She was the one storing the pills. They move on her bar but she’s gone. Voight asks Erin for her associates.

Voight teams up with the feds to track down Bunny’s people. She leaves and he calls Olinsky. They set something up to save the unit and Erin.

Upton has her meeting with the review board. Will stops by. They talk about the pills and then he gives Jay the ring. Upton gets back and talks to Platt. She says it’s like they already made up their minds.

Bunny is driving when the FBI swarms and busts her. She has the pills in the trunk. The fed then heads to Erin’s place to talk to her. She offers an undercover gig, in New York. Oh and it will help Bunny in the process.

The fed takes Erin to talk to Bunny and gets the whole story. Johnny and the guy Voight got were working with a third guy. Erin tells Jay who brings it to the unit.

They move in on the third guy, the likely shooter. He’s dead, long dead, and they start working this side of the case too. They set up a timeline. They are piecing it together when Voight tells them that the feds are taking it.

Erin agrees to the job on the condition that they let Bunny walk.

Voight cuts down the tape and heads into Bunny’s apartment for a look around. He’s got Bunny in the cage and talks to her about killing Johnny. There was blowback and blood on her glasses that she left in the bathroom. He tells her that Erin can never know.
Voight and Erin say their goodbyes and she asks about whether or not her mother is guilty.

The unit is at Molly’s waiting for Erin. She hasn’t answered her phone. Jay steps out to call again. She’s on a bridge looking at the skyline. Her phone rings. She sees that it is Jay but doesn’t answer. She’s crying as she walks away.

This was a very anticlimactic episode, especially for a finale. Erin isn’t leaving. We all know that. They are never going to actually bust Bunny. We know that too. Breaking up the unit would make the most sense. They did that on NCIS once. Sent everyone to different assignments. Didn’t last long though.

Chicago PD, episode twenty-two

Erin comes outside to find Bunny waiting for her. She gives her some pearls and asks for nothing in return. Erin tells her that she has to go to work.

Upton took the job. She shows up with Greek donuts. Erin comes in and tells Jay about her visit with Bunny. He offers unsolicited advice. Voight pairs Erin with Upton and Halstead with Olinsky.

Ruzek gets a call. It’s about 911 calls regarding a Facebook stream. They tune in and watch someone get murdered while waiting for coordinates. They roll out as soon as they get them. No sign of the killer but the body is still there when they get there. Along with the word pedophile written on the wall in blood.

The unit talks about what they know. They still have to ID the victim though. They know what car was at the scene and go see the woman it was registered to. Olinsky and Halstead head out. Olinsky comments to Jay about ruining a good thing in Intelligence because of his relationship trouble.

They get to the woman’s neighborhood and there are posters and flyers about a child rapist with a picture that looks like the victim. They talk to the car owner. It was her nephew. He served time as a rapist because he had sex with his underage girlfriend. She was white. When he moved in he had to register as a sex offender and the neighborhood watch got busy.

Voight sends Erin and Upton to talk to the ex-girlfriend in Indiana. They talk to the police and then the girlfriend. She mentions her current boyfriend. She’s got a black eye and he’s got a jealous streak. They head to the local bar and exchange a few words with him before he goes outside to talk. He plays dumb about the murder and then admits he knows about the video. He says it wasn’t him though. He just posted about it online.

Atwater finds something on Youtube. An organization called “Perv Hunters.” They make public shaming videos and have been active in Canada for a while. They recently made their way to Chicago.

There’s a new video up so Olinsky and Halstead go to talk to this offender. He gives them a license plate. Ruzek and Atwater pick up the guy. He’s a white supremacist that “can’t abide” by pedophiles.

Halstead and Voight talk to him in interrogation and he admits to the harassment but denies the murder. They get interrupted by Upton. The second molester just got murdered live online.

Voight recruits the Perv Hunter to set a trap. They film a video of him harassing Olinsky. Set it up to go live with fake info.

Erin calls in Bunny to find out what she is up to. She met a great guy and might have to leave Chicago. This could be goodbye.

The whole unit is waiting for the killer to come after Olinsky. Upton and Erin talk, as do Voight and Halstead. A man drives up and they wait for him to move before grabbing him. He’s got a bag of supplies with him.

Dude claims he was just there leaving business cards, in the middle of the night. He has not arrest record but was brought in for questioning for the murder of a kid in Detroit. Cops there say they just didn’t have the evidence. It’s the kind of case that haunts, they said.

They need a psych profile so Erin brings in a doctor she knows. She determines that he is a vigilante and a pedophile and that he tried to kill himself. He probably also has a kid somewhere, hidden away. They move on his house to find the kid but there’s no one there. There is a backpack with little boy underwear in it.

Erin goes to the interrogation room and cuffs the guy to the wall. She says it isn’t like Detroit. He won’t get away with it. Now they are working the kidnapping angle too and they get a lead from the store where he bought the burner phone. They ID the kid and talk to his mom.

Voight and Olinsky get the mom to ID the guy. Erin goes to interrogation and gets a little physical. The chief turns up and keeps Erin behind to yell at her and Upton. The rest of the unit rolls out. The find the kid but it’s too late.

Afterward, Voight calls Erin into his office. The review board needs her at 9 a.m. He tells her that he’s with her “until the wheels come off.”

This back and forth with Erin at the end of every season gets to be a little played out. She’s in such duress but Olinsky, whose kid was murdered is all blaise. I can’t deal with that. And what happened to the racist guy? They just let him walk? I don’t understand why Voight is deciding now is the time to get involved with Halstead and Erin’s relationship either. Also, Upton and Halstead will probably end up sleeping together just so there is more relationship drama.

Chicago PD is new Wednesdays at 10 p.m.

Chicago PD, episode twenty-one

Halstead and Lindsay are eating and talking about his birthday the following day. He tells her about a married couple he read about. They lived across the street from each other for 42. Radio sounds. Bank robbery in progress.

They respond and find the suspects gone, one dead and one wounded. Voight comes and they read him in. Another cop turns up, Detective Upton (Tracy Spiridakos), from robbery-homicide. She fights with Voight and takes over the scene.

The unit is talking about the case when the chief and the detective come in to argue jurisdiction. She’s nasty and spills Platt’s coffee along the way. Chief picks Voight and she is not happy. Calls him a son of a bitch.

Olinsky and Ruzek head to Bucktown to find out about who bought the cell jammer. A guy named T-Rod that runs a burglary ring on the Southside. They roll in and arrest him in a strip club, confiscating his cash along the way.

Turns out that’s not the crew from the banks but they did a home invasion a few days earlier. Voight says to bust them for that.

Ruzek finds something in the files. They figure out what might be a future target and Lindsay and Halstead head over. They are checking security footage when the robbers move in. A gunfight ensues and Lindsay kills one of the robbers as they try to flee. Halstead busts another.

The crew is all kids and the one they bring in won’t talk. He asks for a public defender and child advocate and won’t talk and until he gets them. Olinsky finds the kid from custody and an older guy in Upton’s files. They call her down.

The ME IDs the dead kid and his mother comes in to identify the body. She yells at Erin.

Upton is back and apparently she knows Platt’s name but that conversation ends when she goes into Voight’s office. The older guy from the file was pinched for robbery years back and got shot in the process. He’s out on parole and she thinks he is instilling wisdom in teens from his old neighborhood.

They pay him a visit but don’t get anything except photos of all the kids that work on his used car lot and all the paper files he has on hand. The state’s attorney guy stops by because this won’t fly in court. Voight orders surveillance.

Halstead, Olinsky and Upton go spend time in a van watching. They talk about her work a bit but stop when the see something interesting. They can’t give chase though because they area conspicuous.

Atwater talks to the kid in interrogation. He says that he never shot anyone and starts to cry. Atwater presses but the advocate stops him.

Lindsay used prints to ID two of the crew members. They are from the car lot. She rolls out with Ruzek and Atwater. They get to the house the kids are squatting in and find music blasting. They move in but it’s not good. The two kids, brothers, are dead inside.

The guy they saw leave the car lot earlier was seen at the house that the brothers were murdered in. The team goes and takes him and his girlfriend into custody.

Upton and Erin talk to him but he won’t talk. He uses the same line as the first kid.

Atwater talks to the first kid. Shows him the crime scene photos and tells him that he will protect him. They got their guy. Except. They don’t. Voight talks to the kid and tells him not to talk. He’s got another way.

Mark and the chief are on hand to talk things over. They have evidence of the older guy breaking parole by distributing alcohol to minors. It’s not much but it’ll work. It gets him off the streets.

Voight calls in Upton to talk about closing out the case. She commends him on not accepting the confession and he offers her a spot in Intelligence. She doesn’t answer. On her way out, she talks to Platt. Turns out when she was a kid the diner her father owned was robbed and Platt was the responding officer. She caught the bad guy and made sure Upton was safe. She’s the reason Upton became a cop.

The gang is at Molly’s celebrating Halstead’s birthday. Erin stops by to drop off his gift. Fancy alcohol. Gabby is working bar and tells him to crack it open. When Erin is offered a pour, she says that she is going to head out. Halstead follows and asks if she is okay. She feels guilty about the kid she killed.

I’m glad that they are going to replace Burgess with another woman. I was so pissed when Upton spilled the coffee but the story at the end had me in tears. This is probably going to weigh on Lindsay for a while. I’m glad Voight actually helped the kid in a practical way.

Chicago PD is new Wednesdays at 10 p.m.

Chicago PD, episode twenty

Team is in the field with a gunshot victim. Son of a hotshot attorney. Close range shot to the head.

The team is in the the district looking into the victim. Ballistics calls. They want a face to face with Voight. The gun recovered at the scene that morning is the murder weapon. It is also the match for a murder 17 years early that Voight worked. He sent the wrong man to prison on that first case.

Lindsay is running point going over the case. They need to go over the victim’s phone records to try and establish a timeline. Olinsky and Halstead head over to talk to the parents. The mother is upset but the father, the attorney, is more aggressive. He wants answers and when they ask for consent on the phone records he says he will get back to them.

Voight meets with his old commanding officer. He brings up the old case but his boss gets defensive and tells him to stop searching for something that isn’t there. He heads to records to look up the file but that one, along with several others that his old boss worked, went missing a few years earlier.

Atwater goes to the morgue. He wants help with his detective school homework. He talks to the ME while Ruzek snags the victims phone from his belongings. Turns out the victim might have been posting pictures of a girl on a revenge porn website.

The unit talks about the case and Lindsay tells them about the earlier murder and Voight’s link to it and the murder weapon. They have to solve both cases now.

Meanwhile, Voight goes to see the daughter of the man currently in prison for the first case. She says her piece and mentions the old boss. Voight knows something is wrong with the conviction.

They have identified the girl that the victim was posting about. Also, the father put out a reward for to find the killer.

Ruzek and Atwater go to see the girl. Her father won’t let them though. He tells them that she had to drop out of school and considered suicide when the victim started posting those photos. He says that the victim was a bully that got what was coming to him and then tells them to get a warrant.

Platt and Voight meet in a parking lot. She has all the files that his boss ever worked. It’s wonky.

The chief comes into the unit as they go over the case. The father wants another department to handle it and he has enough clout to make it happen. Olinsky tells him that there is money being tossed around for this to be handled on the streets. Chief gives them until end of shift.

Voight visits the man in jail for the first murder and asks about beef with his boss. The man gives him a story and Voight asks for a witness. The man flips. He thinks Voight is setting him up.

Atwater and Ruzek find the girl from the pictures and bring her in to talk. She explains her relationship with the victim and says that though he hurt her she was still upset when she heard about the murder.

At the unit, Voight tells them to hurry up connecting the cases. His boss is in his office basically warning him off the case or he’s going to take Voight down.

Housekeeper IDs the girl’s father as trying to get into the victim’s house the day before the murder. That’s enough for a warrant.

Voight talks to the widow of the victim from the first case. She thought she saw something that night. It was a white guy so she was a bit confused when they arrested a black guy.

They bring the father in for questioning. He says that he wanted to have some words with the kid about what he did to his daughter but that he didn’t kill him. He has carpal tunnel and wouldn’t be able to pull the trigger. The daughter is waiting downstairs. Lindsay talks to her and the details don’t match. She brings her into interrogation.

Lindsay says that she knows someone is lying and wants them to cut the crap. The father confesses but the daughter stops him. She says that she didn’t do it but knows who did. It was her best friend.

They go over the case and Voight hears the name. The kid’s father was his boss’ CI on the first case. He was the killer and held onto the gun. His son used it in the second murder. They bring the CI in and Voight takes him into interrogation. Ruzek pulls him out though. The chief and his boss are there to take him to the review board for insubordination. Chief tells the rest of the unit to turn over the case.

As they are clearing things up they get a lead on the kid and give chase. They bring him in and he confesses. They offer a deal to the kid if the father clears up what happened 17 years ago. He tells them what happened and how the lieutenant covered it up.

At the review board, the lieutenant is going after Voight. There’s a knock on the door. It’s Lindsay with the confession from the CI. The chief takes a look. The board deems him unfit and suspends him pending review.

The man arrested is set free. Voight visits with the widow. Then he goes to see the man. He’s not willing to see Voight though.

You had to know that the boss was going to be a bad guy. He was too defensive. What I don’t understand is why Voight passed the review? If he was so bad that they could call a hearing, why does it matter who called it? I liked Lindsay being in charge. She should run the unit if Voight runs into trouble in the future.

Chicago PD is new Wednesdays at 10 p.m.

Chicago Med, episode twenty

Charles gets to work and is about to get in the elevator. The door opens on Robin and Rhodes fighting. They’ve had two exterminators check. No sign of rats but she knows that she heard them.

Manning asks Maggie to remind her of a video call date with her son. She hasn’t had a chance to spend much time with him at all lately.

Choi gets a patient. A 17-year old kid that got beat up at school. He’s got a busted nose and some other injuries. April comments that she hopes they caught the kids that did this but the kid says he deserved it. He then asks them to castrate him.

Halstead is on the phone in the break room asking some medical questions. It’s his brother. Their dad has a condition that he keeps putting off treatment for. He has to head there and is taking the train. Rhodes offers his car and Halstead asks him to come with instead.

Charles is talk to the kid. He says that he thinks about sex all the time and that sex is only for procreation. He was spying on some girls in the shower when his classmates found him. He wants to be chemically castrated. Charles talks to Choi and tells him that he wouldn’t rule it out.

Maggie gives Manning and Jeff a little boy that has been sick for a few weeks. They don’t know what it is so they look him over and schedule some tests.

Reese has to teach a high school class about parent responsibilities so she is going them computer babies. She says that it is awful because she has no maternal instinct and doesn’t want kids. Noah comments that he doesn’t want any either.

Robin is staring at the vending machine when Charles approaches. He tries to make small talk but she just walks away.

Rhodes and Halstead get to his father’s place. It’s a far cry from where Rhodes grew up. Mr. Halstead (Louis Herthum) is defensive and not interested in what they have to say. Jay is there but has to head back to the district. Rhodes listens to his heart. Dude is literally drowning in his own blood. They drive him to Med since he refuses an ambulance.

They bring him in and set up some tests so that they can figure out a game plan. As Rhodes wheels him away, Halstead looks on and Manning asks what’s wrong. He tells her as Maggie comes over to give her a new patient. Jeff updates her on the little boy. No obvious issues. Could be lead poisoning or maybe abuse. She doesn’t want to consider that yet.

The parents of the castration kid show up and Choi tells them about his condition. When they start to question their son about what happened, he avoids answering.

Time to teach some kids. Reese explains the dolls and what they do. Noah comes in to check on her.

Choi and Charles talk to the castration kids parents. The mother is shocked and saddened but the father is livid. He has no interest in what they have to say.

Rhodes comes through and finds Halstead waiting in his father’s room. His father ignored protocol and went to the bathroom. When he gets back, Rhodes lays out the options. Open heart surgery or a less invasive and less helpful procedure. He picks the latter. Halstead storms out and Rhodes confronts him. Halstead tells him its no use arguing. He’s a disappointment to his father.

Still no sign of what could be wrong with Manning’s little kid. He throws a small fit when he is given white milk instead of chocolate milk and when Manning talks to the mother about his eating habits, and various babysitters, she comes up with another idea.

It’s time for castration kid to have eye surgery. Choi tells him that they tried to talk to his parents and that Charles will come up with another plan.

The brothers Halstead are in with their dad after his procedure. He feels great and thinks that all his problems are solved. He also takes a few jabs at Will before basically dismissing them.

There is a knock on Charles’ door. It’s Rhodes. He is worried about Robin. She hasn’t been acting like herself. He lays out the facts but Charles has no interest in it. He gets rid of him as quickly as he can. Once alone, Charles seems very concerned.

The results are in. The little kid has scurvy because he is so malnourished. Manning rips into her and then leaves Jeff to explain the course of action.

Goodwin goes to introduce herself to Mr. Halstead but he’s in trouble again. The procedure didn’t take and now there is no option but surgery. As they wheel him away, he asks them not to tell Will.

Robin can’t find her wallet in her purse in the cafeteria. Charles pays for her snack while she rants about having to cancel her cards and all the hassle. He finds the wallet with a quick glance and then tries to chat with her. She tells him that she is not a head case and leaves.

The students give the dolls back to Reese. One student had an amazing score. Reese confronts her and she admits that she hacked the doll.

Rhodes has Mr. Halstead in surgery prep and they have a heart to heart about Will before he starts the surgery.

Choi takes the castration kid back to his room after his eye surgery. That was a success.
Manning talks to Maggie about going off on that mom and feeling inadequate as a mother herself.

Goodwin talks to the Halstead brothers and then Rhodes comes out to say the surgery was a success. He also tells Will that he admires the relationship he has with his father because it is better than his own.

When he goes to check on castration kid, Choi finds an empty room. He goes looking for him and finds him creeping in a room with a young blond patient asleep. They have a standoff before the kid runs into the bathroom and looks the door. He screams. Choi breaks down the door. The kid cut off his penis. Choi and Charles have another conversation with his parents.

Halstead is waiting by the elevator to go up and see his father. Nina approaches. She is happy his dad is okay but wants to know why she had to hear about it from Manning. He offers to introduce her but she says no.

Charles goes to see Robin. She says that she has proof of the mice, their droppings but when she opens the bag there is nothing there. He tells her that, as a dad, he would feel better if someone took a look. He agrees.

Reese and Noah are having coffee and talking about the hacker girl and wanting kids. He thinks she would be great mom and basically admits that he has a crush on her.

Manning talks to the little kid and his mom about nutrition and apologizes for her behavior.

Halstead has a moment with his dad while Rhodes looks on. As he leaves the breakroom, Manning is facetiming her son.

So Reese and Noah are going to get together right? I liked that it was a lot about the family relationships of the characters but I like Maggie and April and they were severely lacking in this episode. That poor castration kid. I felt bad for him. His dad is nuts. And jealous Nina needs to take a hike. Seriously.

Chicago Med is new Thursdays at 9 p.m.

Chicago PD, episode nineteen

Burgess wakes up to her alarm. No sign of her sister. Her niece is is concerned. She tells her not to worry and takes her to school. She leaves messages. On her way into the unit, she tells Ruzek. He says that she probably got lucky. Nicole calls and says she is in trouble before the call is dropped.

Voight and Atwater hear the call and ask what’s up. She tells them and Voight says to go look for her so Burgess and Ruzek head out. They use her phone log to find her in a train station. She was raped and has lost a lot of blood. Burgess holds her while Ruzek calls an ambulance.

Nicole gets taken to Med and Manning handles the case. Her injuries are consistent with a vicious assault. The unit is going to handle it. They are going over the case. Burgess comes back. Her sister is still sedated. She was sodomized. Voight tells everyone to talk to the women that she went out with. Burgess thanks him for taking the case. He tells her it’s family.

Olinsky and Burgess head to one of the woman’s offices. They were out celebrating her birthday. There was wine and food and fun. One creepy guy was at the bar, giving her the eye but overall no problems. The other ladies continued the party at another bar afterward but the birthday girl went home.

Atwater and Ruzek head to where they ate. They talk to the bouncer and see some security footage. After Nicole complained that an older guy was following her, the bouncer tried to throw him out. Instead the old guy threw a punch. They run his image and find out he has a history of violent crimes. The birthday girl and the bouncer both ID him. They get a warrant and go to his place.

As they move in, he comes out swinging, literally. He hits Ruzek and Atwater with a bat before they pin him. Halstead and Olinsky finds tons of pictures of Nicole in his place. He was stalking her and is brought in for questioning.

He claims to work for her estranged husband. He’s trying to help the divorce proceedings. Halstead looks at the pictures from the night before and notices something. The other woman they couldn’t reach was the last one with Nicole. They head to her place. She’s still missing but sent a video message early that morning about a party in Wicker Park. There are now two victims.

The unit goes over what they have. It’s not much. Just a car. And the stalker’s alibi checks out. They finally get a hit on the other woman’s phone and they head out to find her. Atwater and Ruzek are in an alley looking. They call the phone and hear it ringing. The phone is in a dumpster. No sign of the woman though.

Burgess talks to her sister and tries to piece together her memories. They were generic looking guys. They were invited to a party. She doesn’t remember much more. She knows she couldn’t move and heard her friend screaming as she tried to get away. Nicole tells Burgess to talk to her friend and Burgess tells her the friend is missing. She calls herself stupid but Burgess is adamant. She was not stupid. She was drugged and raped.

Back at the district, she updates the unit. They are looking for witnesses. Lindsay finds a potential match based on the car. He’s a “pickup guru” that has been accused of rape before with the same MO. He’s holding a seminar.

Voight heads to the seminar and hears the guy telling his paying audience that no doesn’t mean no. He talks to the guy afterward and lets him be smarmy about things. Voight heads out.

Lindsay asks Burgess how her sister is. She couldn’t pick the smarmy guy out of a lineup but she doesn’t remember any faces so that isn’t surprising. Halstead found some footage of what appears to be the other woman running near some warehouses. They head out and look around the area. They eventually find her dead.

Halstead updates. The other woman was not raped. She was drugged and must have passed out and froze to death. Cause of death was hypothermia. Although his alibi checks out, Lindsay is convinced the smarmy guy is at fault. She thinks it is someone that attended one of his seminars.

Platt comes in to tell Burgess that her sister’s husband is there. She goes down to see him and gets a bit rough. Yelling about the private investigator. Estranged husband is completely insensitive and basically says Nicole brought the rape on herself. Burgess kicks him out and heads back upstairs.

Ruzek goes through the online forum for guys that attend the seminars. There is one that is bragging about taking a woman’s anal virginity the night prior. They track him down and Halstead and Lindsay go to talk to him at work. He tries to blow them off but they don’t let him. He admits that he was just blustering online but that he had been at the bar with “field coaches” and gives up their info.

Back at the board, Lindsay gives the rundown of the other two guys. Voight brings in Anna to make sure they can get the legal side of things handled. Olinsky points out that the guys don’t know about the dead girl. Voight decides undercover is the right move. Lindsay and Burgess are headed to the bar.

They are on the scene hanging out. Atwater is acting as a bouncer and let’s them know when the two guys show up. They make contact. The guys follow the same pattern and the rest of unit follows. In their apartment they take the phones and offer drugged shots.
Burgess takes one and then heads out of the room. She brings her bag, complete with camera and sure enough, dude follows. He attacks her but she fights back. The unit rolls in and finds her beating the crap out of the guy. She heads to Med and the guys are brought to the district.

The one that went after Burgess runs his mouth and then lawyers up. The other one is much more nervous. He tries to play it off like they just had fun. Lindsay goes after him.

At Med, Burgess talks to Nicole. She tells her that they got guys that hurt her. They won’t hurt anyone else and she will help her get better.

Voight talks to the smarmy guy again. He tells him that they eliminate predators and that if he teaches another seminar in Chicago Voight will track him down. Then he meets with Burgess and asks her what she was thinking. She tells him, what she had to do. He compliments her and she tells him that she’s gonna need to take some time to help her sister. He tells her to take all the time she needs.

I wish there was a way to charge the smarmy dude too. I don’t blame Voight for going after him. He was awful. The other two, especially the one Burgess pounded on were just as bad. I loved undercover bouncer Atwater. He cracked me up. Platt has been missing for a few weeks so I was glad to see her and there was no relationship drama with Lindsay and Halstead for once, thankfully. All in all a solid episode.

Chicago PD is new Wednesdays at 10 p.m.

Chicago PD, episode eighteen

Burgess is straightening up things in the district. Ruzek comes in and asks what’s up. Her sister is coming to visit and he says that he will talk her up because her sister likes him. They get a case so they’ve gotta go. Oh, and the sister hates him now.

The case is a crime scene videographer. They don’t know if he was working or not though. There were three shootings near the scene the night before so it is possible. Voight tells them to follow up. Atwater says that the man’s daughter found him and wants to talk to the person in charge.

Voight talks to the girl. She’d been working for her father and knew something was wrong. The server was down.

Ruzek and Olinsky go to the victim’s house and it’s been ransacked. All of his tech is gone. They do find something though. A video file hidden in the wall. It could be what got him killed.

Erin starts going over the case on the board. It is rough one and there are a lot of people that might consider him an enemy. They are going to have to work backward. The daughter comes by the district and talks to Erin and Jay. She says they only reconnected about six months prior. She didn’t really know him.

Platt is working the desk when Nicole Silver (Jules Willcox) walks up. She’s Burgess’ sister. She thanks Platt for helping Burgess. She goes upstairs and has an awkward encounter with Ruzek before leaving to get coffee with her sister.

Atwater has a hit on one of the hate mail letters the victim got. The guy that sent it is currently shopping on Michigan Avenue so he and Ruzek head out. Atwater tries to talk to the guy but he takes off. They chase him and eventually catch him on the roof.

They question the guy but he says the beef is old news. He works for the victim now. Halstead knocks. They got facial recognition on one of the people in the hidden video. She is the daughter of a very powerful Chicago rich guy.

Voight and Olinsky head to the rich guy’s house. He says that his daughter doesn’t live there. She’s an addict and they couldn’t help her so they cut her off cold turkey the year before. He wants to know if his daughter is in trouble. Voight says he doesn’t know but the son says that she is.

Erin is back at the board. They don’t know how to connect the rich daughter to the victim. Burgess can’t find any tech trace of the girl but Atwater finds some phone records. Halstead and Lindsay head out to look into that. Atwater brings another set of videos to Voight’s attention. The victim was recording a little girl talking about her mother being shot and her father being in prison and how rough the neighborhood was.

They find the rich daughter at a narcotics anonymous meeting. She would chat with the victim at meetings but that was all. She’s surprised to find out that he might have been stalking her. The man in the video was her ex. She was going through the NA steps, trying to make amends. She asks if they have talked to her family. Halstead tells her they miss her.

Burgess gets pizza with her sister and niece. She also finds out her sister is getting divorced and they are moving to Chicago.

Back to the board. They are looking into the ex and the victim’s financial Ruzek and Halstead head to a forensics place. Erin hangs back. Halstead lingers at her desk before leaving and Voight notices.

Forensics goes over the footage on the file they found. It’s the rich dad. The daughter lied. Now she’s in the wind and they have to figure out why and how to connect the dots. Voight tells them to tread carefully.

Atwater and Voight go out and talk to the little girl the victim had been recording. She tells them that he was sad because he had his heart broken. They thank her and head out to follow a lead on the rich daughter.

Ruzek tracked the daughter to a penthouse suite at a swanky hotel. They pick her up and bring her in. Lindsay and Halstead confront her about lying and why she said she was in the video with an ex when it was her father. They can hold her for 48 hours so she might as well get comfortable.

Burgess is going over the rich family with Olinsky when the get called to the the ME. She found something the victim swallowed. Turns out it’s the audio to match the video. They listen to it. She wasn’t making amends. She was confronting her father for raping her when she was a kid.

Erin talks to her but can’t crack the family loyalty. The unit is trying to connect the victim’s financials to the rich dad. They can’t yet. Voight pulls Halstead aside and tells him to fix the situation at home or he is out of the unit.

Rich dad comes in with a lawyer to talk about the victim. He says he paid and would;ve kept paying but he didn’t kill the victim.

The unit goes over the case with the ASA. There is a statute of limitations on the rape so they have to get him for the murder. Call comes in that the lawyer for the daughter, hired by the father is downstairs. Erin tries to get the daughter to waive that right. She talks about her own life with Bunny. The daughter thinks she is getting her family back but Erin asks if she ever really had them.

Voight takes the father on a little walk. They go to the observation room and listen to the daughter name her father as the murderer. Voight arrests him.

Halstead talks to Erin in the break room. He doesn’t want to tip toe around her but he has to figure some things out. She leaves to help the daughter get into rehab.

Atwater is watching the video of the little girl talking about playing piano.

Burgess hangs out with her niece after convincing her sister to go out and have fun.
Voight meets a van in an alley. Its a corrections van. He got the little girl’s father out of prison to watch her piano rehearsal.

I have no use for the Halstead/Lindsay relationship drama. If they want to be together fine, if not fine. I am more interested in Olinsky coping with the death of his daughter and with the cases. And Platt. Where has she been? We need someone on patrol so we get more Platt.

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