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


November 10, 2022 by  


CHICAGO P.D. — “Into The Deep” Episode 1007 — Pictured: (l-r) Jefferson White as Sean O’Neal, Tracy Spiridakos as Hailey Upton — (Photo by: Lori Allen/NBC)

Let’s talk about Wednesday night’s TV!

CHICAGO MED: Okay, there were probably 10902 ethical issues with Archer treating his kid and the man who stabbed him. But I also guess that’s one for Archer to reunite with his kid again, and a bit more convenient that returning to prison for a chat.

The scrub situation was a whole freaking nightmare. (But of course Ethan does his own laundry. That was a hilarious throwaway line.)

So, uh, it seems that sexy dance between April and Ethan led to a straight-up reconciliation. If she’s playing into his exit soon, I hope we get to see more of them in the next two episodes.

THE MASKED SINGER: Once again, I lament this format, because it makes things way too easy. The second I saw the grill in George Foreman’s clue package, it was obvious who it was. And the MVP element of things made it so, uh, none of the three singers selected for this week sounded great doing their song? (George Clinton sounded a billion times better with his own, post-unmasking.)

The best and most bittersweet element of the episode, of course, was Leslie Jordan on the judging panel and the end tribute to him. I’m glad to have this little extra bit of his joy, even if it feels extra surreal he’s gone.

CHICAGO FIRE: As Firehouse 51 was stalked, and being accused of not doing enough/killing people, I kept thinking about Violet and her still-recent loss. I’m not surprised she snapped, and I don’t blame her; I’m glad she got through to the grieving young man, though.

Herrmann fulfiling an almost-dying man’s wish?! So sweet. If those two get married, he better be freaking invited.

And continuing with the heartwarming, Mouch being afraid of Platt finding out about his spontaneous motorcycle purchase and then her being absolutely delighted?! The best; they make me so happy.

And Javi’s adoption is going through!! I’m so happy for the whole family.

CHICAGO P.D.: Man, I’m worried about Upton. I’m glad she didn’t blow her cover with Sean (though it ended up barely mattering), but her grief and—understandable—confusion about her suddenly untethered life is so hard to watch. (And it’s awful she can’t even talk to/with Jay.)

Was anyone else wondering if Sean might wind up dead at the end of the episode? I was thinking Upton would be in her car and see a gun go off after he got inside, and not know whether he committed suicide or was killed. (Because, uh, Sean’s dad did not take the news of what his son actually is doing well.) I don’t think Upton would have handled that particularly well, either, but I guess Sean is going to continue to evade the cops for a bit.

Which shows did you watch last night?

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