About Last Night...CHICAGO MED, CHICAGO FIRE, and CHICAGO P.D. - Give Me My Remote : Give Me My Remote


May 26, 2022 by  


CHICAGO FIRE — “The Magnificent City of Chicago” Episode 1022 — Pictured: (l-r) Kara Killmer as Sylvie Brett, Jesse Spencer as Casey — (Photo by: Adrian S. Burrows Sr./NBC)

Let’s talk about Wednesday night’s TV!

CHICAGO MED: Okay, it was very kind Blake trusted Crockett, but, uh, it was way too early in their relationship for that? Because he very well could have just ended her career?! Honestly, he did the worst possible thing he could do with that power–he thought about what he wanted versus what she would have wanted.

I’m so glad Charles finally, finally, finally realized how imbalanced and inappropriate his relationship with his former therapist was. IT WAS. It was creepy! There was such a power imbalance and they could never be on equal footing.

Well, that cliffhanger fire sure sets up the possibility of a crossover to kick off the season…

CHICAGO FIRE: I was worried basically up until they were pronounced legally wed that something would come up to ruin Severide and Kidd’s wedding, but they did it! Their vows were gorgeous, it ended up being perfectly them, I’m so happy they tied the knot.

Kidd asking Boden to walk her down the aisle was perfect; just perfect. I loved that Brett returned in time to throw a quickie bachelorette party, and Casey and Severide got some time together to talk.

Violet being mad at Hawkins is interesting, even if she’s (clearly, to us) wrong. We know he offered to sacrifice his entire career to keep her at 51, but she doesn’t, and now she thinks he didn’t do enough. Will she use her words to express her hurt before things blow up between them? Or will a misunderstanding end it all?

Look, the important thing about Casey’s return was absolutely being there for Severide (much to Cruz’s chagrin), but I wish we had gotten a moment more of Brett and Casey. Up until their dance, it felt like they had broken up and were just putting on a facade to not ruin the wedding. But it seems they’re just hyper-aware the long-distance thing is hurting them, and they’re still together? Feels like things are now extra messy.

[For more on the episode, here’s the moment the producers chose as one of their favorites of the hour.]

CHICAGO P.D.: Sigh. Anna was always doomed, it seemed, but it certainly is extra tragic Intelligence was forced into taking her out. I know she played a role in it—even if Escano deserved what he got—but she was used and backed into a corner. They put her in this position.

I’m glad Halstead called out Voight, though, because he was right: They went through this earlier in the year and Voight jeopardizing the entire team doesn’t work. I just don’t know if Voight will see his role in Anna’s death or he’ll end up blaming Halstead and Upton.

I was bummed to have Burgess, Ruzek, and Atwater being given quasi-busy work (though maybe it was safer for them, and goodness knows they’ve been through enough), but, hey, they found a bonkers amount of drugs. And that reveal shot was absolutely gorgeous. (As a TV nerd, it reminded me of the characters looking into the LOST hatch for the first time.)

Which shows did you watch last night?

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