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Chicago PD Finale Recap: Season 4 Episode 23 “Fork in the Road”

Chicago PD’s season 4 finale begins tonight with Dt. Erin Lindsay (Sophia Bush) heading into the review board, for her assaulting a pedophile and placing her gun in his mouth in the interrogation room, demanding to know where he was hiding a young boy. She openly admits to the board she does not regret what she did even if it was official misconduct. Erin shares she came without a rep and spoke openly and freely, promising the board will not find any inconsistencies with Dt Hailey Upton’s (Tracy Spiridakos) statement. She is told until the board has made its determination, she is stripped and told to remove the badge from her chest. READ MORE...

Chicago PD Season 4 Episode 23 Review: Fork in the Road

Sigh. Yet another cliffhanger involving Lindsay's job situation. Do the writers have some sort of quota they have to fill? Is there something in Sophia Bush's contract? So, what happens next?   At least Chicago PD Season 4 Episode 23 acknowledged the other two times Lindsay has left Intelligence. The DEA task force didn't last very long, and neither did her bender. It's probably safe to say she's not going anywhere, and if she does, she'll be back in a jiffy. There are differences this time, of course. ...Read More...   https://www.tvfanatic.com/2017/05/chicago-pd-season-4-episode-23-review-fork-in-the-road/

Chicago P.D. Finale Recap: Is [Spoiler] Leaving the Intelligence Unit?

Dear Lindsay: Answer the phone! During Wednesdays Season 4 finale, the Chicago P.D. detective finds herself on the receiving end of a potentially life-changing call but shes too busy contemplating another life-altering move to answer it. The episode kicks off with Lindsay under review for misconduct, and shes not feeling very apologetic about the tactics [] http://tvline.com/2017/05/17/chicago-pd-recap-season-4-finale-lindsay-leaving-intelligence-fbi-job/

Chicago PD Season 4 Episode 22 Review: Army of One

Cases involving children are always the hardest. Not just on the audience, but on the characters involved as well. Lindsay began to unravel on Chicago PD Season 4 Episode 22 in her determination to find a kidnapped boy. As far as victims go, pedophiles are not the ones most likely to garner our sympathy. Not that I'm condoning vigilante groups like the Perv Hunters brutally murdering these men, just that in the realm of TV, there are worse victims.   ...Read More...   https://www.tvfanatic.com/2017/05/chicago-pd-season-4-episode-22-review-army-of-one/

Chicago PD Recap 5/3/17: Season 4 Episode 21 “Fagin”

Chicago PD begins tonight with Dt. Erin Lindsay (Sophia Bush) talking to Dt. Jay Halstead (Jesse Lee Soffer) about his birthday plans; he invites her to a night out with the guys. In the middle of their meal they receive a call of a robbery in progress with shots fired. They quickly drive over to the scene where witnesses reveal the suspects fled on dirt bikes. Inside the credit union, they find gunshot victims, one of guards has died. Jay calls for multiple EMS as Erin attends to one of the women who was shot. Sgt. Hank Voight (Jason Beghe) arrives and catches up on the incident ordering one of CPD’s officers to bag some evidence. READ MORE...

Chicago PD Season 4 Episode 21 Review: Fagin

Well that was an interesting, "ahem," twist on the classic story of Oliver. Except instead of orphans being taught to pickpocket, a group of impressionable teens were cajoled into the far more serious crime of bank robbery. Chicago PD Season 4 Episode 21 brought us a devastating, troubling story. One that will be sticking with Lindsay for awhile. ...Read More...   https://www.tvfanatic.com/2017/05/chicago-pd-season-4-episode-21-review-fagin/

Chicago PD Recap 4/26/17: Season 4 Episode 20 “Grasping for Salvation”

Erin, Jay and Hank are at the scene where a 17 year old male is found dead on the street. He is the son of Mike Dowd a well-known defense attorney. Hank is called down to forensics because the weapon used to kill the boy is a perfect match to case he worked 17 years ago. The team goes to interview the family but the dad is not very cooperative which is odd to the team. Hank meets with his old friend Denny to talk about the Ruffolo murder. Hank is thinking they got the wrong person in that murder 17 years ago. Denny tells him he needs to take a vacation they put the right man in prison. Hank goes to evidence to review the files from the old case but they were lost years ago. He is told that the offender serving time for the murder’s daughter made the same request several months ago. Kevin asks Jane to help him with a homework assignment. He is really just creating a distraction so Kyle can use the dead boy’s fingertip to open his phone. There are several photos of a girl in her underwear. Her face is covered but they also see that these photos have been posted on a revenge porn site. They think they have their motive. READ MORE...

Chicago PD Season 4 Episode 20 Review: Gasping for Salvation

Threatening Hank Voight is never a good idea. Woods learned that the hard way on Chicago PD Season 4 Episode 20 . When Voightsees a thread unraveling, well, he'll never be afraid to pull it. ...Read More...   https://www.tvfanatic.com/2017/04/chicago-pd-season-4-episode-20-review-gasping-for-salvation/

Chicago PD Season 4 Episode 19 Review: Last Minute Resistance

It's not the first time a case has hit close to home. As with any other case involving family, Intelligence put everything else on hold until they found Nicole's rapist on Chicago PD Season 4 Episode 19 . That's what family does for each other. ...Read More...   https://www.tvfanatic.com/2017/04/chicago-pd-season-4-episode-19-review-last-minute-resistance/

Chicago P.D. Review: Little Bit of Light, But No Warmth

Chicago P.D. is a procedural that is pretty dark in its realistic view of the world. As Lindsay puts it, they can come to work and deal with people everyday who have far more difficult problems than their own. Because this is the case, it’s their duty to help in any way they can. Sometimes it happens they have to get justice for those who were just trying to help others themselves. Intelligence investigates the murder of Bobby Trent, a videographer who trailed crime scenes. The theory is that he was killed because he filmed Sarah Huntley, the daughter of one of the wealthiest families in Chicago who fell off the radar due to a drug habit. Considering that’s the only footage in the videographer’s home that wasn’t destroyed, Sarah was either in trouble, or looking to cover up that she was by any means. She admits knew Bobby through NA meetings, but fails to mention that she has had contact with her father. That’s because Bobby filmed something he wasn’t supposed to. He found out that the woman he loved fell into drugs because her father raped her when she was nine. It tormented him to the point that he forced a confession out of Sarah’s father, and it cost him his life. Luckily Bobby taught Sarah to record everything, so she has her father’s taped confession once Lindsay convinces her to be brave enough to use it. READ MORE...