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Chicago PD Season 5 Episode 12 Review: Captive

Atwater is a beast... and quite possibly my favorite character. He's also a damn good cop, which is why as intense as Chicago PD Season 5 Episode 12 may have gotten, you knew that Atwater had it handled. Mad props to LaRoyce Hawkins for being able to convince me that everything was fine while also making me so anxious I bit off all my nails. I need to take a few pointers from him on how to stay cool, calm and collected.   ...Read More...   https://www.tvfanatic.com/2018/01/chicago-pd-season-5-episode-12-review-captive/

Chicago PD Recap 1/10/18: Season 5 Episode 11 “Confidential”

Kim Burgess (Marina Squerciati) meets with Sienna (Gail Bean) an informant that she had busted with cocaine a month earlier, she gave her this time to prove who was selling it; but now she gives Burgess a name of another girl, named Isabel who works at the club with her, who hits her; when Burgess says they don’t handle domestic abuse cases, Sienna asks her about an old murder. Isabel said the body was Wyatt and dumped near a factory and Isabel called her boyfriend "D". Kim is furious because she realizes that Sienna is using again and tells her she has 3 days to give her something real or she files the charges.; but Sienna hasn’t spoken to Isabel in 3 weeks and doesn’t know where she lives. Back in the truck, Kim tells Hailey Upton (Tracy Spiridakos) about Sienna’s story, calling her a "good actress;" but Hailey feels it is worth calling it in. Burgess says this is her first CI and the book says to not extend deals, Hailey tells her the book isn’t always right and sometimes you have to trust your gut. READ MORE...

Chicago PD Winter Premiere Recap 1/3/18: Season 5 Episode 10 “Rabbit Hole”

Chicago PD begins tonight with Dt. Alvin Olinsky (Elias Koteas) telling Adam Rusek (Patrick John Flueger) to go see Sgt. Hank Voight (Jason Beghe), as he doesn’t have a choice about the meeting. Adam cautiously walks to Voight, who orders him to stop talking. Voight knows that Denny Woods (Mykelti Williamson) is holding the fact that Adam changed the file on his sister’s DUI, but he wants to know what Rusek told Woods; he swears he only gave him the video of Dt. Jay Halstead (Jesse Lee Soffer) in the fight at the bar and the $20K was also him, but he didn’t give him the tape. Voight tells Rusek he has 2 choices – serve Voight up to Woods or help Voight take Woods out. Rusek says he has always been with Voight. Voight walks away but tells Adam he never said they were "good." READ MORE...

Chicago PD Season 5 Episode 11 Review: Confidential

The team-up you never knew you needed: Burgess and Upton. Bupton? Urges? Both names have a nice ring to it. With Halsteadon desk duty, Upton found a temporary partner in Burgess on Chicago PD Season 5 Episode 11. And Burgess, who was taking on her first CI in her career, really needed the guidance, even if she didn't want to admit it.   ...Read More...   https://www.tvfanatic.com/2018/01/chicago-pd-season-5-episode-11-review-confidential/

Chicago P.D. Review: Was The Mole Punished?

The number one rule on Chicago P.D. is that you don’t lie to Sergeant Voight. Bend the rules, break them if it means saving a life, but never, ever lie to the man responsible for everyone. Now you could say that it’s about proving your loyalty to Voight. That’s definitely the argument his enemies makes, Denny Woods especially. For Voight, it’s not about loyalty. It’s about trust. You can’t put your life in the hands of someone you don’t trust. The only thing worse than having one person on your team you can’t trust, is having two. The minute Ruzek got in that car with Olinsky, he was in for it. He should have known who would be on the other side of those headlights. He should have come to Voight when Denny first approached him. The only thing Ruzek did right in all of this was stall. That may have even been smarter than choosing not to turn Voight in. That is the only thing that saves Ruzek, and I use the word ‘save’ loosely. He has lost his boss’s trust, and he has a very, very slim chance of ever earning it back. For now, Voight wants to let the situation play so that Denny thinks he’s got the upper hand. READ MORE...

Chicago PD Season 5 Episode 10 Review: Rabbit Hole

When Chicago PD Season 5 Episode 10 gets personal, that's when it succeeds. The winter premiere focused on Ruzek'salmost-betrayal of Voight and the demise ofHalstead's undercover relationship with Camila. Two compelling storylines threaded into a fantastic hour! Let's be honest, we all knew Halstead's fling with Camila was going to blow up in his face, right? An undercover cop dating a girl who is messed up with the wrong crowd and dealing cocaine spells t-r-o-u-b-l-e.  ...Read More...   https://www.tvfanatic.com/2018/01/chicago-pd-season-5-episode-10-review-rabbit-hole/

Chicago PD Fall Finale Recap 12/6/17: Season 5 Episode 9 “Monster”

Chicago PD begins tonight with Adam Rusek (Patrick John Flueger) meeting with Denny Woods (Mykelti Williamson) who praises him for being good at catching bad guys, yet continues to work next to one of the worse men in Chicago. Rusek reminds him that he gave him the video of Jay Halstead (Jesse Lee Soffer) crossing the line, but Woods tells him he wanted something on Sgt. Hank Voight (Jason Beghe), that is actionable. Rusek refuses but Woods says he will, threatening that if he doesn’t, his sister will go to jail and his nephew will have to learn all the names of his new foster brothers; lastly, Rusek, not Voight, will be the poster boy for corrupt police. He gives him 24-hours. Halstead wakes up to a call from Hailey Upton (Tracy Spiridakos), he lies to Camila Vega (Anabelle Acosta), who wakes up as he is getting dressed. She tries to entice him back to bed but "Ryan" assures her he will be seeing her again that night. Hailey is at a little girls’ soccer game, talking about moving to the neighborhood and her daughter joining the team. She leans into one of the mothers named Julianne, who she has gotten close to and asks about being "hooked" with some pain meds for her back. After she feels she can trust Hailey, she asks another mother to bring her children home from the game and takes Hailey with her; she gives her the money and exits the car. Jay is inside the store where Julianne goes into the restroom after he hears some noise, he opens the door and sees that she is gone. READ MORE...

Chicago PD Season 5 Episode 9 Review: Monster

Things got a little heated between Voight and Ruzek on Chicago PD Season 5 Episode 9 . And it was exactly what we expected! The writers have been setting up this explosive story for weeks now. Would Ruzek turn on his own team? Would he rat out Voight? Would they catch on? If you've ever doubted Ruzek let's face it, we all have many times we should all be a little ashamed. Even when there was no good choice, Ruzek made the noble one.   ...Read More...   https://www.tvfanatic.com/2017/12/chicago-pd-season-5-episode-9-review-monster/

Chicago P.D. Star Talks 'Unsettling' Ruzek Cliffhanger, His Mystery Lady

Warning: The following contains spoilers for Wednesdays Chicago P.D. Perhaps its Voight, and not the scheming Denny Woods, whom Ruzek should fear? On Wednesdays fall finale of Chicago P.D., the young officer finally had enough of Woods threats and announced that he was done trying to get dirt on his Intelligence family and boss Voight. [] http://tvline.com/2017/12/06/chicago-pd-recap-season-5-episode-9-ruzek-exposed-mole-voight/

Chicago P.D. Review: Before It Deepens, Choose A Side

The time will soon come for certain members of Chicago P.D. to make a choice. Either they all stay united and pray they weather the storm coming for them, or they divide and sink. Unbeknownst to Voight, Ruzek is being used as a mole inside Intelligence. He will have the toughest decision to make, but it is Burgess who decides her fate before she even knows what her ex has been up to. Burgess’s new beau, Matt Millner, happens to be a federal prosecutor tied to this week’s case. That’s not a bad thing, but in the course of the investigation, Burgess realizes they are not on the same side. Voight is put on notice when Halstead informs him he is being questioned by Internal Affairs. Now more than ever, Voight needs the support of someone high up. Congressman Scott Graynor fits the bill. He’s not overly popular with the average man, but Voight considers him a decent human being. You don’t have to agree with someone’s politics to consider them decent on a personal level. At the very least, you can say they aren’t capable of murder. Even Alderman Price, who has no love for the congressman, doesn’t think the guy is capable of murder. For once, the story doesn’t end with the scandalous take-down of a politician (at least not at first). The real focus is solving the murder of an Eastern European girl found in the same hotel room as the congressman, as well as finding her kidnapped friend. READ MORE...