This weeks episode of Chicago Med was filled with deep emotion when one of their own jumps off the roof of the hospital. With no strong connections among his co-workers in the hospital, they all feel responsible for his death and struggle to make the right decisions while helping their patients throughout the day.… More “Chicago Med (S02E17): “Monday Mourning””
“Judge Not” went beyond the cases at hand and took the first step to personalize the characters.
I feel like this episode was all over the place. Maybe that’s the side effect of being a show based upon the justice system.… More “Chicago Justice (S01E04): “Judge Not””
This episode of Chicago Med was very heartwarming, but complex for different families.
Dr. Manning works hard to prove that her patient, who supposedly has been in a coma for five years, is conscious.… More “Chicago Med (S02E16): “Prisoner’s Dilemma””
Chicago Justice officially premiered last night on NBC, hitting close to home for Chicago PD fans.
I think Chicago Justice is going to make a name for itself on NBC, along with Fire, Med, and PD.… More “Chicago Justice (S01E02): “Uncertainty Principle””
Chicago Justice made a big television entrance as the final episode of the #OneChicago event.
The entire storyline which spanned three episodes of Fire, PD, and now Justice, ended with a lot of closure due to Justice.… More “Chicago Justice (S01E01): “Fake””
The second episode of the #OneChicago television event hit close to home for Alvin, when his daughter Lexi died due to organ failure. His grieving hasn’t occurred in normal fashion, so we should expect that in later episodes.… More “Chicago PD (S04E16): “Emotional Proximity””
Chicago Fire kicked off last night’s #OneChicago television event with a bang-literally.
The very first scene felt more like a movie than a regular episode, which only made me more excited for the following three hours of TV.… More “Chicago Fire (S05E15): “Deathtrap””
I really enjoyed this episode of Chicago PD. It felt fresh and exciting, but also it had a simplistic quality to it which can be nice for this kind of high action TV series.
Ruzek is back on screen, but his transition back is certainly not as smooth as he anticipated. I… More “Chicago PD (S04E15): “Favor, Affection, Malice, Or Ill-Will””
I loved this episode of Chicago Fire. Sending Firehouse 51 across the city to a plethora of different jobs and firehouses gave both the characters and viewers a strong reminder about why we love 51.… More “Chicago Fire (S05E14): “Purgatory””
“Cold Front” was the most intense episode of Chicago Med in a long time. With so much happening at once, it was slightly hard to follow all the patient cases, but nevertheless, it was an extremely interesting episode.… More “Chicago Med (S02E14): “Cold Front””
This episode of Chicago PD was very interesting, and offered information many Chicago PD fans have been waiting for.
Rixton, Adam’s temporary replacement, showed up out of the blue, and since we didn’t know much about him – until now.… More “Chicago PD (S04E14): “Seven Indictments””
“Trading in Scuttlebutt” was a transformative episode for Chicago Fire – so much so that all of the characters are now displaced among different firehouses and jobs across the city.… More “Chicago Fire (S05E13): “Trading in Scuttlebutt””
“Theseus’s Ship” was a gentle, but powerful episode of Chicago Med that questioned challenging questions such as, at what age can a child decide his medical treatment?
Faced with an eight year old cancer patient who had convinced his dad to allow him to stop his medication three months prior, Dr.… More “Chicago Med (S02E13): “Theseus’ Ship””
This episode of Chicago PD was fresh and intriguing.
Halstead plays a huge role in “I Remember Her Now,” which I really enjoyed. Jay was the best person to handle this job.… More “Chicago PD (S04E13): “I Remember Her Now””
“An Agent of the Machine” was a surprisingly suspenseful episode of Chicago Fire.
I’m not exactly sure if I liked this episode or not. It was certainly attention grabbing, but some points seemed too been-there-done-that.… More “Chicago Fire (S05E12): “An Agent of the Machine””
This episode of Chicago Med was incredibly interesting.
Every patient brought something valuable to the episode, which is rare for Chicago Med. This proved to be very effective to bring out deeper inner problems in core characters, such as Sarah who admits to her problems in therapy at the end “Mirror, Mirror.”… More “Chicago Med (S02E12): “Mirror, Mirror””
This episode of Chicago Fire was very interesting, and slightly different than past episodes.
It makes total sense that Dawson and Casey had big parts in the main plot lines of “Who Lives and Who Dies” because they are in grief.… More “Chicago Fire (S05E11): “Who Lives and Who Dies””
“Graveyard Shift” was a very interesting episode for Chicago Med, that followed unusual patients and
When I saw the panda reveled as the emergency patient, I literally laughed out.… More “Chicago Med (S02E11): “Graveyard Shift””
“Sanctuary” was a really well done episode that lived up to its promotional hype.
It is hard to point out anything wrong with this episode. The plot had twists and depth. It was fast paced and heartfelt.… More “Chicago PD (S04E12): “Sanctuary””
This episode was so powerful. I feel in love with the strength of these characters, and the final few scenes had me in tears.
I have mixed feelings about the choice to have Louie’s dad first agree to sign his rights away and then decide he wants custody.… More “Chicago Fire (S05E10): “The People We Meet””