Chicago Med season 4 episode 11 is going to be the second one of the new year airing on NBC and based on the first details, it seems like Dr. Will Halstead is still reeling from the fall finale. Can you really blame him? He almost died, for starters, and he also found the wedding to the woman he loved completely wrecked. Regardless of if you feel like he should’ve told Natalie in advance, it was still an incredibly-difficult position for him to be in and he’s gotta deal with whatever the consequences are.
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For this January 16 episode, you could at least see the character doing whatever he can in order to bring things back to normal. For some more scoop on what’s coming, just be sure to check out the official Chicago Med season 4 episode 11 synopsis below:
01/16/2019 (08:00PM – 09:00PM) (Wednesday) : Will adjusts to hospital life in the aftermath of his recent undercover activities. Ethan and April’s personal relationship starts to interfere with their working situation. Dr. Charles and Dr. Manning collaborate on a patient suffering from Alzheimer’s. Dr. Rhodes and Dr. Bekker have a difference of opinion in dealing with a woman in desperate need of a kidney transplant.
There is clearly a reason for a lot of interest entering this episode from a Will Halstead perspective, but in true Chicago Med fashion there are a lot of other issues going on here as well. Take, for starters, seeing whether or not Ethan and April’s relationship starts to make their working dynamic a little more strained. One of the dangers of getting romantically involved with a colleague is that it can cause major issues if things go awry. It’s also challenging if one of them is a doctor and another one is a nurse. Dr. Rhodes and Dr. Bekker may be in a similar position in that they have conflict within this episode, but the power dynamic is likely going to be a little bit different. (Also, we’re kind of used to seeing Connor and Ava go head to head at this point. We’d be more worried about them if this was something that they weren’t doing, based on everything that we’ve seen so far.)
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