‘Chicago Med’ season 2, episode 2 preview: A bizarre link in ‘Win Loss’

Choi -Tonight, we saw “Chicago Med” season 2 return to NBC, and as a result of that there were a series of important issues for the doctors to take on. Some of them involved patients in dire need of care, while some others revolved firmly around the doctors themselves facing issues that could impact their career in a huge way. (For some evidence of that, just look at Dr. Halstead’s insurance crisis.)

Moving into next week’s new episode “Win Loss,” one of the most important stories is going to be Dr. Manning and Dr. Rhodes making a shocking discovery, while at the same time Dr. Choi gets an upfront look at what is going on in the city. Take a look at the attached synopsis:

“Dr. Manning (Torrey DeVitto) and Dr. Rhodes (Colin Donnell) separately treat complicated cases involving sick babies, only to uncover that the two cases could actually be intertwined. Elsewhere, Dr. Halstead (Nick Gehlfuss) and Dr. Charles (Oliver Platt) treat a homeless man with an upbeat disposition who sheds some valuable insight that prompts one of the doctors to learn a thing or two along the way. Dr. Choi (Brian Tee) has a Navy corpsman follow him for the day as they deal with the toll of gang violence in the city, while Dr. Reese (Rachel DiPillo) tries to understand the delicate balance required in her new position.”

Dr. Reese’s journey is one of the few stories that seems to be more of a direct continuation of what we saw tonight, given that she is going to figure out how to be a better listener, and someone who can help people in a new way. This show still is honing its craft, and we respect that it’s finding itself. If you enjoyed most of “Chicago Med” season 1, odds are you are going to love what is planned coming up.

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