#100DaysofFanFavorites | Day 69

25 Inimitable Men 19/25  Jay Halstead (Chicago P.D.) We all know at least one person in the who selflessly gives everything they’ve got to the world and in return, they’re a closed book quietly enduring pain on their own. In the world of fictional television, Chicago P.D.’s Jay Halstead is that character. A former Army Ranger, current... Continue Reading →

Chicago P.D. 4×23 “Fork in the Road” Recap

Spoilers Ahead Case Summary: When kids are overdosing and Bunny's lover is murdered, the cases tie together in an unsurprising way. Erin makes the decision to accept a job with the FBI. Review | Analysis: Chicago P.D. is a show about good deeds, but at its core it is a show about family. A family the Intelligence unit has... Continue Reading →

Chicago P.D. 4×22 “Army of One” Recap

Spoilers Ahead Case Summary: When a group of pedophiles are targeted and burned, the Intelligence unit must figure out who's behind it. And since capital punishment is now illegal in Illinois, despite the fact that those burned are criminals, it doesn't change the fact that it's now a crime. Erin crosses a line and leaves her career... Continue Reading →

Chicago P.D. 4×21 “Fagin” Recap

Spoilers Ahead "Fagin": an acute reminder of just how compelling this series can be. Case Summary: When a group of bank robbers turn out to be boys under the age of 15, it sends intelligence on a spiraling case to understand who's controlling the operation. A new member temporary joins the team, Platt learns some inspiring... Continue Reading →

Chicago P.D. 4×19 “Last Minute Resistance” Recap

Spoilers Ahead No means NO! (Shout it from the rooftops. Write it on the skyline.) Case Summary: When Kim's sister Nicole (Jules Wilcox) is found sexually assaulted in a train station after a night out with friends, the Intelligence unit must do everything in their power to find the rapists. Review | Analysis: "Last Minute Resistance" is a powerful... Continue Reading →

This Week’s Most Noteworthy Performance

February 26-March 4 "Emotional Proximity" | Chicago P.D. Elias Koteas Elias Koteas often exudes the warmth of a fatherly figure, and in "Emotional Proximity" Koteas made us feel profoundly for his character. Chicago P.D. took viewers down a dark road this week, and from the moment Olinsky learns that Lexi was injured at the rave, Koteas wears distress... Continue Reading →

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