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


April 4, 2024 by  


CHICAGO P.D. — “Somos Unos” Episode 11009 — Pictured: (l-r) — (Photo by: Lori Allen/NBC)

Let’s talk about Wednesday night’s TV!

CHICAGO MED: I can’t believe how many times I’ve cried at CHICAGO MED this season, but Bert getting confused and his family singing to ground him? Oh my God, my heart. So many tears.

I’m loving the dynamic between Charles and Ripley (and am absolutely thrilled that Luke Mitchell is now a series regular on MED), and am so curious what the fallout will be from Charles revealing how much trouble Liliana’s brother actually is. (It was fair he revealed what he did, but it also felt like it was a nail in the coffin of that relationship.)

The delicate handling of the Abrams family drama was so well done, too. The stakes are higher when a colleague’s family is a patient, period, but the potential of child abuse/a story not adding up could have been explosive, in a bad way. I felt awful for all of them.

I’m also really appreciating that Archer and Hannah are firmly friends now—her encouraging Archer to be honest and him following that advice was very sweet. And Hannah and Ripley being so flirty? Love it. 

THE MASKED SINGER: A perfectly fun episode! And wow to Sisqó’s talent!

CHICAGO FIRE: Okay, the best part of the episode was Trudy being an absolute badass. (Also kind of insane this is the most we’ve seen of her on any show this season.) The second best part was Boden being Boden, even to people new to the firehouse.

CHICAGO P.D.: This is not the first thing I wrote in my notes, but it feels inauthentic to start with anything other than OH WTF WITH THE BLOWTORCH?!? My God. (And I hope they don’t magically make Torres’ scars disappear.)

Lots of mess going on. I’m glad Burgess called out Torres’ problematic behavior and also had an eye on him so when things went awry, it wasn’t for too, too long.

But while the storyline is over, it also feels like it could cause trouble at any point. Gloria really made things messy. (I may have literally yelled out loud, “Oh, Gloria, you idiot.” I understand she’s traumatized, but yikes.) Will this blow up in their faces? Or will this be a secret they keep? TBD.

I did feel truly bad for both Torres and Gloria as they said their goodbyes and tried to contextualize what they were to each other—what was real and what was more murky. Trauma bonds, man.

Which shows did you watch last night?

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