The team discovers that the criminals used nitrous oxide to knock out the family, and that the case fits the profile of a crew that has been terrorizing their way across the country in a rape and robbery rampage. They could always just have it at the firehouse, it worked well before. Mouse snaps that he only asked for a favor, and he has always done his job. Voight tells Ruzek and Dt Atwater LaRoyce Hawkins to go find Tony Chin. Voight consults Jimmy from Firehouse 51 to confirm his suspicion that the family was knocked out by a powerful gas, and Lindsay, Halstead, Atwater and Ruzek go undercover to seek out the perpetrators.
Needless to say, a dark tone was set early in this episode. Later, Voight goes to have dinner with Eddie and his new girlfriend and when he is leaving Eddie asks him what the growing rate for a C. But Carolyn did get justice in the end. Ruzek needs to make a grand gesture right about now if he wants to keep her. Also, Olinsky continues to bond with his new daughter. I get the feeling that's not going to lead anywhere good. McQueen from Firehouse 51 to confirm his suspicion that the family was knocked out by a powerful gas and Lindsay Sophia Bush , Halstead Jesse Lee Soffer , Atwater LaRoyce Hawkins and Ruzek Patrick Flueger go undercover to seek out the perpetrators.
As Burgess and Tay are riding and talking about how they can fix this job situation, a young boy, Chase runs in front of their car covered in blood. He says he did it because after 9 years of marriage, she left him for someone else. Voight Jason Beghe consults Jimmy guest star Steven R. Meanwhile, Voight tries to help a former acquaintance get back on his feet, and Platt and Mouch receive disappointing news regarding their upcoming wedding. Also, Olinsky opens up to Platt about his secret daughter, while Roman shows concerns about Burgess' engagement to Adam.
I think we all saw where that conversation was heading, but ordering an expensive whiskey knowing you can't pay for it is a pretty rude thing to do. It will also help consolidate all the discussion on this movie in a central place and make it less likely that you'll miss some key information. It was kind of like a double twist. He'll be stirring up some drama. Halstead discovers she's involved with Spence, the guy from the party that they let go.
I liked the twist that the second victim was actually the perpetrator. Not only was she in on it, but she was the ring leader. But now it's a new day and age in Chicago. Watching her talk to both the father and the daughter were truly heartfelt moments. Voight crouches down and scans the lake for anything, while the others attempt to keep it together. They woke up with splitting headaches and dizziness and a trashed house. He said Chase hugged him and then ran to get help.
Follow her on , and like her on to join in on the conversations! When she comes to, she hears them in the hallway talking about killing her and then they talk about just leaving her. Their relationship hasn't really received much screen time lately, but their time is coming. Voight asks him how long he thinks he could live in Statesville? Burgess goes to see Voight, and tells him that she wants to join his Intelligence team; and if the opportunity comes up again, it would be great for her to join his team. Voight shows him the pictures, asking if those are the losers he is talking about. Meanwhile, Voight help his old cellmate restart his life after he is released from prison. Even though they are in the firehouse for the majority of the episode, there is a better balance between personal and professional there. Tay promises to fight it.
The store owner admits he had never seen the black dude before, but the white dude comes in every other week. Meanwhile, Voight asks Halstead to keep an eye on Lindsay as she continues her recovery. It's interesting that the crossover seemed to work better this week than it did last week. Platt helps out Roman to become a Field Training Officer, and Mouse sets Halstead up with a security job at a medical marijuana clinic. He says he was transporting marijuana, but Tony Chin thinks he is a gangster, whose Uncle, Mr. The intelligence unit launches a full scale investigation into the firm.
When they get inside, they notice a part of shoes at the bottom of the curtains, they find Pete standing behind them. Voight threatens him that if he pumps any more fentanyl into his city, they will be pulling him out of the river; when Ing answers sarcastically, Voight punches him in the face. She deserved that punch to the face from Lindsay. When Eddie gets to the district, he wastes no time in telling Ruzek what a bonehead he is. Erin is able to get a name on someone who just came into a huge shipment of nitrous, his name is Pete. But then a false home invasion and rape is staged by the criminals in an effort to cover their tracks, and Lindsay unknowingly goes to a criminal's house and is abducted. At Molly's, Platt Amy Morton and Mouch Chicago Fire's Christian Stolte learn they'll have to amend their wedding plans after Platt finds out that her formerly rich father is now flat broke.
We open on a seemingly innocent night: a woman falls asleep while watching a movie, nothing out of the ordinary. He runs, but Halstead catches him. But combining the two is just horrific. On the last episode, a doctor with personal connections to Voight Jason Beghe was under investigation when four of his patients were committed to Chicago Med after an overdose of chemo. Lindsay says if he wanted to go back, would he let anyone stand in his way? But Tawny had checked herself out of the hospital before the cops were done with their questions so Lindsey had to later track her down. Will Ruzek and Burgess ever make it down the aisle? This would allow us to dive deeper into these cases and perhaps complicate things a bit more.