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


March 21, 2024 by  


CHICAGO P.D. — “The Living and The Dead” Episode 11007 — Pictured: Jason Beghe as Hank Voight — (Photo by: Lori Allen/NBC)

Let’s talk about Wednesday night’s TV!

CHICAGO MED: Another really good episode. Goodwin having to balance her new relationship with what might be best for a patient was interesting. (And still lovely seeing Sharon get to be giddy in a new relationship.) Charles and Ripley trying to treat their patient who was suffering from OCD was heartbreaking. That birth control implant traveling to a woman’s heart was terrifying. And I’m really, really liking Hannah and Ripley so far…fingers crossed they handle this relationship right.

THE MASKED SINGER: Okay, I had no clue Joe Bastianich could sing like that. And very clever he was a food-based costume. If it had been another week, I would have not been surprised if he had made it through. (But it’s very possible he also wanted to be one-and-done.)

WILD CARDS: Oh, I love mess. I knew it was too much to hope that Max was only tricking her estranged husband, but of course she had a secondary con in play. But I love, love, love that she derailed her plans because she now knows who killed Ellis’ brother.

But the fact is, even with that big gesture, Ellis still knows she intended to betray him. There’s virtually no way they can pick up where they left off because…ouch. And what will his bosses do when they find out? Mess! (I cannot wait to see what happens next.)

CHICAGO FIRE: Oh, hello, Wesam Keesh! An absolute shame your character is (intentionally) completely terrible. (Poor Violet deserves better.) I did love the conversation between Stella and Violet about dealing with male egos when you’re a woman in a position of power, though, because it is so important and a ridiculous percentage of a job for some people. I’m glad Violet has Stella to lean on for this

I know Ritter is worried about revealing the truth, but I’m so glad he’s finally getting a (possible) love story. And the fact it’s a cop? I’m so delighted that may be the initial drama versus something super serious.

FAMILY GUY: I need an oral history on that Ice T joke. Unsurprisingly, I laughed out loud. It was also a cute episode overall; the guys talking about their dream jobs was predictable, but fun and an easy way to tell quick bite stories.

CHICAGO P.D.: The Hank and Noah relationship was so gorgeous to watch and absolutely brutal to witness falling apart so thoroughly. The gentle way Hank finally got Noah to open up? Gut-wrenching. Brilliant work from Jason Beghe and Bobby Hogan, who were so beautifully believable together, instantly. And the slow play of Noah’s decision to leave Voight’s home because he was convinced Paul was actually alive—as Voight was very aware the young man he had come to care for was walking into a trap—was stomach-churning tension, in the best/worst way. As an audience, we knew where this was going, but, man, we hoped Intelligence would find a way to save the day.

But they couldn’t. And now Noah is dead and I can’t imagine Voight will handle this remotely well. My heart breaks for Noah, who so desperately wanted to be loved and was so saddled with guilt over his role in his boyfriend’s death, and Voight, who really did try.

[For more on the episode, here’s what series star Jason Beghe shared.]

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