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


February 29, 2024 by  


CHICAGO FIRE — “Port in the Storm” Episode 12006 — Pictured: (l-r) Kara Killmer as Sylvie Brett, Jesse Spencer as Matt Casey — (Photo by: Adrian S Burrows Sr/NBC)

Let’s talk about Wednesday night’s TV!

CHICAGO MED: Another really, really good episode of the show. As heartbreaking as this Bert storyline is, it’s giving us such great Goodwin material. (And I absolutely love that Charles has been there for her and Bert.)

I mentioned this on Twitter, too, but Luke Mitchell really is one of the best additions MED has made in years. The history with Charles gives both Mitchell and Oliver Platt so much to bring to every scene they share together, even when it isn’t directly about their own past. And, as Ripley grappled with an old friend needing his help

Boy, am I glad Caleb’s procedure went off okay, because I was worried Archer and Maggie’s confidence might backfire…especially after Caleb’s mom was so against it. (Also, I kind of love Archer having to school Zola on the reality of going rogue. It’s a nice thought, but you have to actually look at the consequences of your actions, sometimes.)

WILD CARDS: I know there is really no way to do this more frequently (at least without George actually being released from jail), but adding him to the Max/Ellis partnership was gold. Yes, it was wildly funny—his undercover roles!—but we also got genuinely good/emotional conversations. Ellis pointing out that George chose this life…but did Max? Ugh, my heart. (And Ellis is absolutely correct.)

(Also, seeing Chance Hurstfield made me miss A MILLION LITTLE THINGS’ Gary and Danny.)

CHICAGO FIRE: Oh, I cried. For as much as this was a happily ever after, it was also bittersweet. And, frankly, a lot to juggle, because they had to work in Jesse Spencer’s (temporary) return, Kara Killmer’s exit, and the big Brettsey wedding. And, of course, the regular episode shenanigans. But it worked really well.

We got a cigar chat! We got to see the wedding, vows, and a bit of the reception! We got to see Brett have her goodbyes with the people she loves! It was made clear, constantly, that Brett and Casey are loved and a part of this show/family, forever, even if they’re not a part of the show in an active way.

It’s sad we’re losing Brett—especially given how fantastic her friendships are within the show; I’m going to miss the Brett/Kidd/Violet combo so much—but I’m glad she got her happy ending. That Casey got his, too. It’s always hard to say goodbye, but it’s infinitely easier when you know they’re at least going off to pursue something that will make them happy.

CHICAGO P.D: HIS. EYES. WERE. STAPLED OPEN?! Safe to say that is a new nightmarish image that’ll haunt me. Goodness…

We know the loss of Voight’s son has left him especially tender to young men in distress, but wow was it lovely to see how unequivocally kind and supportive to Noah, the young man who was rejected by his parents and then horrifically attacked. It’s interesting this is a storyline they’re continuing on—the second so far this season, at least in terms of perps they’ve yet to catch—and I’m so intrigued to see what Voight opening up his home to this kid, literally and figuratively, means for both him and the case. (Please let nothing happen to Noah.)

Which shows did you watch last night?

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