What matters the most about Chicago PD season 6 episode 15? Well, that depends on what you’re looking for from this show.
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If you find yourself watching this show for some of the relationships, we have a feeling that the Upton/Halstead scene near the end is going to stick with you for a while. It was short, but it showed how much Hailey counts on him and the trust that the two have,
“I trusted you. I’ve trusted you from the day I’ve met you, and if I’m going to follow someone blind, I’d follow you.”
That’s a line that could appear in many an Upstead tribute video for years to come. While the two aren’t together and Ruzek is very much still in the picture for Upton, this scene is really important.
As for the rest of the episode, this did serve as some proper resolution for the crossover story that began over on Chicago Fire. Joe Cruz ended up learning that Suggs was the one working with the robbers, but it didn’t seem like he was a particularly-horrible young man. He was stuck helping some other young men and didn’t want anything to happen to them; with that, he was an unwilling participant. He was also killed off in the early going and this began a murder investigation as much as anything.
If you were watching this episode for the heavy crossover component, we’re not sure how happy you are right now. There really wasn’t all that much of a crossover here at all; instead, there were a few Chicago Fire characters who popped in while Intelligence mostly did their job. This tied more into the longer story of the season, which is the political ramifications for almost every single case that we’re seeing. Here, Ray Price did not want to vilify Suggs in hopes of getting an endorsement from the firefighters in his Mayoral election. With that, he was hoping that he could get off without having a public role in this. Voight wasn’t able to make that happen; he didn’t want to shift all of the blame over to the living, ruining their own futures more, just for the sake of helping out the dead. These two are rarely ever going to see eye to eye, and it feels like the back-and-forth between Prize, Voight, and Kelton is going to continue for some time.
This episode of Chicago PD proved to be an action-packed story, and we would consider it to be pretty solid compared to everything else this season. It didn’t necessarily feel like all that much of an event, but we do think it leaves you with a couple of things to talk about in between Price’s role in the election and also the future of Upton and Halstead … if there is one.
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