‘Chicago PD’ 4×5 and 4×6 recap – the unit take down a drug lord and try to survive someone trying to take them out

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In the last episode, Burgess and her new partner, Sorensen, find a dead body in the basement of a baseball player whose father is friends with Olinsky. How far will he go to protect his friend? Will he pull a Voight and screw over justice in order to help him? Olinsky did something that he didn’t want to do and he turned his friend over to the police. Sorensen shows that he is going to be a challenge for Burgess and I can’t wait to see where we go from here.

This week, ‘300,000 Likes’ and ‘A Shot Heard Round the World’, is a 2-hour show that is going to leave you gasping at the finale. It’s the fall finale so you know something big is going to happen. In the trailer last week, it looked like one of the CPD gets shot and fans were trying to guess what was going to happen. Officially, the show is about the CPD trying to find a person who is picking off the police one by one. Dawson is having problems with his ex-wife and is offered a new opportunity.

A few weeks ago, news was released that Dawson was going to be leaving the show to start up a new spin-off of the Chicago series. With his spot now vacant, it looks like Burgess is likely to return to the unit. Does that mean we won’t have that two patrol officers that we follow? And what happens with Platt! We all love her and need to see her on a regular basis.

The show starts off with the death of Tariq and the number one suspect a rich white boy, Oliver, who they believe killed him because Tariq was informing about him to the police. Oliver is a drug dealer who didn’t like the fact that he was about to go down. With Tariq out of the picture, that means Oliver can be on the streets again and working on taking out his next target.

First up. Let’s try and find the person responsible for killing Tariq. Things are pointing to his friend, Amir, but the timeline doesn’t work. Which means that Oliver went to other means to get to Tariq. Who is the rat? Who is the one that revealed where Tariq was?

Oliver is obviously guilty of killing Tariq. Let’s call a spade a spade. If not, can we just arrest for being arrogant? Lindsey sure knows how to get under his skin (and how to ruin his clothes and date).

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We’ll just leave this burn here for the rest of eternity. #ChicagoPD pic.twitter.com/kkHNKd8VKe

— Chicago P.D. (@NBCChicagoPD) November 17, 2016

Oliver’s sister, Sloan, is the one that is able to finally take him down as she is the one that reveals how they were able to take down Oliver and his run. Turns out it was Olinsky’s old friend that was able to find Tariq for the family. It’s been a hard time for Olinksky and his friends as that’s two episodes in a row where they do something stupid and get arrested.

Burgess finds herself at a crossroad in this episode(s). She hears that Dawson is going to be leaving and she knows that this is her chance to move up to the Intelligence unit. But that gets challenged when her partner does something that he’s not supposed to do. It turns out to bite them both in the butt as Burgess doesn’t tell on him but because she knew she gets in trouble with him. This could hurt her chances of moving up.
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And we’re back on Platt’s bad side. #ChicagoPD pic.twitter.com/35THZ1heNW

— Chicago P.D. (@NBCChicagoPD) November 17, 2016

The second episode is not as laid back as the first one. It’s jammed pack with action and doesn’t let go until the end. The show starts off with a bang (on two different levels). Halstead is trying to have breakfast with Bunny, which of course is fun on its own, but has a twist as apparently there is something that she needs to tell Lindsey. This can’t be a good sign. That’s gets interrupted as a cop gets shot and the two of them shoot (pun intended) into action.

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The second episode is not as laid back as the first one. It’s jammed pack with action and doesn’t let go until the end. The show starts off with a bang (on two different levels). Halstead is trying to have breakfast with Bunny, which of course is fun on its own, but has a twist as apparently there is something that she needs to tell Lindsey. This can’t be a good sign. That’s gets interrupted as a cop gets shot and the two of them shoot (pun intended) into action.

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Hang in there, #ChicagoPD family! We’re making it through this together. pic.twitter.com/PKOm0e9Lui

— Chicago P.D. (@NBCChicagoPD) November 17, 2016

Of course, with the world that we live in now, there is a whole mess of groups out there that have a vendetta against the police so that makes the suspect pool quite deep. They start with the ones that are bragging about it, but it doesn’t lead them anywhere. It’s not until after the second cop gets killed that they have a lead and are able to bring him in. But considering we are 30 min into the show, it’s not going to be him.

Let us continue.

It brings us to the suspect of being a cop’s son, Carl. His dad died on duty and he tried to be a cop too but he failed due to mental issues. Now the question will be can they get to him before he kills any more cops or before he hurts himself. Things escalate fast at the house as it’s surrounded with explosives and he’s got the current owners of his childhood home are held hostage. Unable to talk him down, they have to make the tough call and kill Carl.

We say good bye to Antonio Dawson as he leaves the show to start up a new show in Chicago Justice, thus completing the Chicago Triangle. We have fire, police, and now the law. It really was just a matter of time. But that is not at all. It wouldn’t be a fall finale without there being a cliffhanger. It looks like Lindsey’s father is back in town and wants to see her. Dun…dun….dun!!! We will see what happened there and how it will effect Lindsey in the long run.

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.@ChicagoJustice has an incredible new member. Cheers to you, Antonio! #FarewellAntonio #OneChicago pic.twitter.com/t5MQUWkL4a

— Chicago P.D. (@NBCChicagoPD) November 17, 2016

What did you think of the show?

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