When Chicago PD season 6 episode 3 airs on NBC come October 10, there is going to be a very specific priority for Voight and Platt. Even though Alvin Olinsky is dead and isn’t going to be coming back in the near future, at the same time they want to make sure that his legacy is secured. Basically, the last thing that they want is for him to be thought of as a killer for future generations.
Ultimately, this episode as a whole seems to be about justice and also politics, two things that are at the forefront of this season as a whole. The Chicago PD season 6 episode 3 synopsis that CarterMatt has for you below offers up at least a few more clues as to what you can expect:
10/10/2018 (10:00PM – 11:00PM) (Wednesday) : Politics get in the way as the team tries to rescue a teenage girl kidnapped by a robbery crew. Voight (Jason Beghe) and Platt (Amy Morton) try to exonerate Olinsky. TV-14 D, L, V
How do politics end up impacting the police force? There are a number of different ways that they can, whether it be the amount of resources that are given to a particular investigation or the amount of attention and influence that is put into it. On paper, the people in Intelligence are not meant to carry with them some sort of specific point of view; however, at the same time politics inevitably leaks into everything. It’s not just a valve that you can turn off while you go about your business otherwise. Many of these characters know this, and it could be an integral part of many different stories this year. Just don’t necessarily project politics with this show to mean the sort that directly involve Democrat and Republican ideals.
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