It's not like she just walked off the job for no good reason, and she considered it for a long time. Those, to me, are always the best. Meanwhile, Platt is threatened by Commander Fogel guest star Ian Bedford over her decision to have Tay reassigned to the 21st, and Mouse announces his plans to reenlist in the Army Rangers. Anyway, the case was intriguing and the team work was awesome. That's a topic I feel strongly about which is why I'm impressed they handled it quite nicely. When we see predators who seek to prey on us, we eliminate them! I get where she was coming from, because what they basically had up to that point was a couple guys trying to get a couple girls to take a drink.
So Kim's sister goes out for a fun night with friends and gets raped and hurt so badly she has to have surgery. What an awesome episode for her. The apartment scene with Erin and Burgess was well done too and I was so surprised when she swallowed the drink. He said taking their phones was a joke. Ok, there are two pretty obvious reasons why, from a certain perspective. Talk about a job with a really shady reputation. He tells her to go home and get changed.
The actual undercover operation did not exactly go as planned. Also, while trying to help a homeless man, Platt gets pricked by a dirty needle, and Ruzek returns after his lengthy undercover operation. It seemed to me like Jay, Al, and Voight had smaller roles. What makes Lindsay so appealing to me and credible as a character is exactly that she isn't perfect. I get where she was coming from, because what they basically had up to that point was a couple guys trying to get a couple girls to take a drink.
Sorensen later posts the video to his Facebook account. And that scene where Kim talks tough and brags about her cop gang in front of the husband just does not sit well with me. Why were none of the other women sitting with their friend? But, it has also crossed my mind more than once, would she even have the job she does if it weren't for him? They needed a hell of a lot more to get charges on them. Along those lines, how fair do you think Voight would be if any suspect ever hurt Erin on the job? I have never been in a situation like that but i can see how she might not want to face her other friends. I feel like they didn't really use everyone evenly though.
He says he served them Kamikaze, and women like them. I couldn't take Burgess seriously as soon as I saw that episode where she's directing traffic and just starts shaking her hips. Criminals might want to start thinking twice before attacking a member of this crew. Especially during the interrogation scene! If it was to act super drunk, nobody was buying it. What do you think was the best episode of season 4? Maybe she did what she had to do to get these rapists, but what if something went wrong or took much longer and she didn't make it to the hospital in time to get her stomach pumped? Even more boring would be when they are all on administrative leave for at least 30 days each, because all they do is shoot people.
Anna looks at Voight, he tells Erin to ask Platt for a female officer to go undercover with her asking the team to prepare for tonight. He then says its how men are wired, to conquer women, its their animal instinct and that is how their species endures. I hope people like him don't exist in real life, but I'm sure they do. Erin arrested the other guy in the living room. I actually enjoyed Burgess in it and Ruzek. I really hope she'll come back after she has her baby. .
I even tolerated Lindsay this week, she wasn't as annoying and miserable as she usually is. Where did you ever get that? As for Jay, I guess we don't really know how old he is? Voight: You're too close to this. One of Nicole's friends, Denise, never came home either, and they haven't been able to track her down. So he was probably a detective before going to intelligence, or at very least someone with enough experience to be working under cover. But as to the bolded part, she took the camera with her to the room where the attempted rape was going to occur, so that wasn't a problem. As the victim's father, a prominent lawyer, tries to get the case taken from Intelligence, Voight digs into his past case, becoming suspicious of his old partner. Burgess going off the rails was enough.
Maybe in bad taste, but not criminal. That's the thing, there are many cases like this on the news all the time. The team is on edge as they race to find the person responsible for starting the fire. I liked Voight's take on gender relations, both in content and delivery. He says they can leave a card and he will get back to them; when Halstead asks if this is how he really wants to play this? Voight: An attack on your family is an attack on our family.