Chicago PD Season 2 Episode 4

Chicago-PDI am a big fan of detective shows, but sometimes the cases can be a bit boring. Not on ‘Chicago PD’ though. There’s always a lot action and the cases are very mysterious. Every answer on this case lead to another question. The writers are pretty good at surprising you at every turn. It’s not like some cases that the first questioned suspect is the perpetrator. What’s also nice about this show is it’s not always murders they are solving. This time it was two missing girls.

Roman and Burgess make a great team. They haven’t exactly connected yet, but when it comes to getting the job done, they do it well.

I can’t believe Platt was mad at them for their innovative thinking and solving a homicide. It was so interesting to watch. They stuck by the rules and didn’t truly ask the woman who gave them the gun anything, but followed the clues and found the suspect. It was such a nice little side case. I’m still not sure why Roman won’t let Burgess in. She’s a good cop. There’s definitely something hidden about his character and I’m intrigued to find out what.

Finally we get a little background information about what happened with Antonio and his wife. It’s still not very much. So are they actually working it out or are they on the verge of a divorce and he just doesn’t want to tell his daughter that yet? For one he took the personal security job for extra money and the way he looked at the man’s wife, was not the way you look at another woman when you are married. This is a storyline I want the writers to go more into.

I’m rooting for Erin to win her little shoot out with Jay and if I could put money on it, my money would be on Erin too, just like Plait.

Check out the preview for next week. Voight has a personal attack on him:


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