We don’t think that this is going to come as much of a surprise to people out there, but the Chicago PD season 7 fall finale will be perilous. That’s especially the case for Jay Halstead, who looks to be dealing with some very tough stuff following what happened to Marcus West.
Many of you out there may remember West from the story earlier this year — he is the supposed murderer who Halstead helped to put away, only to later realize that he wasn’t guilty as he thought. Before he could be released, though, West was killed. That’s sticking with Jay and, throughout the upcoming episode, you’re going to see him reach out to someone in an attempt at making amends. In true Chicago PD fashion, though, things don’t go entirely to plan.
For a little more discussion on that very thing, here is what Jesse Lee Soffer had to say via TV Guide:
“He can’t let it go, as Halstead usually can’t, and he starts communication with someone close to Marcus West that he shouldn’t be talking to at all. It’s really coming out of care and trying to do the right thing, but it’s ill-advised … And she’s involved with some shady characters, and Jay ends up getting kidnapped and possibly murdered. There’s a lot of blood.”
So yea … this is going to be a huge episode for Jay. It could also be his last episode. We’re certainly hopeful the character will survive, especially when you consider the fact that we’ve already seen Elias Koteas and Jon Seda depart the show the past couple of seasons. We don’t need to see any other exits!
No matter what happens in this episode, though, we’re going to go ahead and expect for it to end in some sort of big-time cliffhanger. That’s just the sort of thing that often happens within this world, and it’s hard to imagine anything else transpiring here now. There are some other storylines that could also be featured or teased tomorrow night, including what lies ahead now for Burgess and Ruzek.
What do you think is coming on the Chicago PD season 7 fall finale?
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