Burgess wanted to step-up and prove herself to Voight. So she put herself right into the thick of it. She’s such a sweet, nice girl, that she didn’t seem the right person to play the part of a hooker.
I don’t think she knew what she was walking into, but she did her job and got beaten up pretty badly in the process. She’s lucky the guy didn’t beat her to a pulp. He did a pretty good number on Ruzek and Jay as well, and they are grown men that are pretty good at fighting.
Now the guy that beat up three of their team is off in the wind and the case gets taken away from them.
This is a very close unit and they would have stopped at nothing to get him, not just because that’s their job, but because he hurt them. So he has to pay. To top that off, Popo from the beginning, who killed one of their own and kidnapped Antonio’s son, is being released to play bait to get this guy that’s in the wind, and they are on the outside.
What’s to say that Popo doesn’t come after one of them again?
Antonio’s wife and kids should go on vacation for a little bit and any other loved ones of the team should watch their back.
This is one of the most intense and personal cop shows I have ever seen. It gives you the fascinating cases, keeps you on the edge of your seat and has you feeling for each and every one of them.
Chicago P.D. will return in three weeks with a two night cross over event with Chicago Fire starting April 29: