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About Last Night…CHICAGO FIRE, SEAL TEAM, CHICAGO P.D., and More

February 27, 2020 by  


CHICAGO FIRE — “Off The Grid” Episode 815 — Pictured: (l-r) Patrick John Flueger as Adam Ruzek, LaRoyce Hawkins as Kevin Atwater, Taylor Kinney as Kelly Severide, Jason Beghe as Hank Voight, Marina Squerciati as Kim Burgess — (Photo by: Adrian Burrows/NBC)

Let’s talk about Wednesday night’s TV!

CHICAGO MED: Um, I’ve seen actors go totally method, but holy moly poisoning yourself so you can die in front of your fake daughter is commitment.

Will’s faith in Hannah was…a lot. But also yikes to calling the cops in on her?!

Also, I kept thinking about the poor guest actor who was running on the treadmill. (It was apparently set up so it wasn’t a totally normal treadmill, but still.)

THE GOLDBERGS: Oh my God, is anyone else wondering whether the real Beverly tried to move in with the real Adam with the family bed she spoke about?

THE MASKED SINGER: Yeah, THE MASKED SINGER voting needs to be overhauled. This elimination wasn’t quite as horrible as the first group where White Tiger is still inexplicably involved, but DIONNE WARWICK??? Come on.

CHICAGO FIRE/CHICAGO P.D.: The “Infection” ONE CHICAGO crossover was incredible—arguably the best the show has done—so I was a little wary/nervous about how the shows would handle this smaller FIRE and P.D. crossover. But it was incredible? Roman’s return felt natural, even after all of these years away, and his partnership with Severide on FIRE worked well. It also felt really cohesive, especially since there was so much P.D.—both cast-wise and storyline—in the FIRE hour.

I loved that Brett met her—shockingly lookalike—birth mother. (For more on Brett’s storyline, this is what EP Derek Haas had to say.]

The P.D. hour was viscerally upsetting. Roman’s sister dying wasn’t entirely unexpected, but the grief of his parents was absolutely painful to watch. And that Burzek scene? My goodness. I’m also glad Burgess didn’t just keep Roman’s secret at the expense of her relationship with Voight and the team.

SEAL TEAM: These were up there in terms of my favorite episodes of the show. (Definitely top 3.) The ensemble of the series is so large, so it makes sense the stories can’t always service them all, but every single character got their moment to shine in the two-parter. It was action-packed and there were emotional moments. (That Lisa/Sonny moment? My God.)

I also kind of loved that despite being a two-hour block, the mission still wasn’t over. But given how much trouble most of Bravo Team was facing back home, I’m guessing they won’t be exactly excited to get back to their day-to-day lives. [For more on Lisa’s mindset after her near-death experience, here’s what Toni Trucks had to say.]

Which shows did you watch last night?

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