This certainly was not the first time we've seen Lindsay and Voight butt heads, but things were getting pretty intense around the precinct.
Intelligence investigated the murder of a stripper and a mob organization called The Outfit on Chicago PD Season 3 Episode 9.
There were red herrings, false confessions, and a whole lot of fishy stuff going on in this case.
It was pretty obvious Charlie wasn't the killer. He confessed less than half way through the episode, so that's generally a good indication he's not the guy.
Voight was ready and willing to accept the confession and move on, but Lindsay didn't believe it for one second. She must have also known there was still like 30 minutes to go.
Seriously though, she and Halstead were able to keep the investigation open by searching Charlie's boat and discovering absolutely no evidence. Voight was still skeptical, but eventually realized she was right.
The mob boss was a little more believable as a potential killer, but it wasn't him either. I swear every time a victim is pregnant there is always a suspect that has had a vasectomy.
I do have to admit that I didn't figure out it was the lawyer. I thought he might be trying to get Charlie to confess to "take one for the team," as Lindsay put it, but I didn't suspect that he was covering his own ass. I bet Charlie was not thrilled to find that out.
According to Voight, Lindsay was having a hard time separating the guy who raised her from her boss, but I feel like that's not a new thing. She was worried about him and how he was handling the situation with The Outfit, and rightfully so.
When she followed the lawyer outside, I was a little worried for her. I thought she was about to do something really stupid, but she just watched as he got in the van with his mob buddies. If Voight's explanation at Molly's is any indication, he didn't survive the night.
Erin, I'm not always gonna explain what I do, and you're not always gonna like me for that. Just, never forget I love you.Voight
I loved that scene. Voight has always had a questionable way of doing things, and he's definitely not one to feel the need to explain himself, but I like that he did this time with Lindsay. She needed to hear it.
Does that make what he did right? Well, that's another story.
Roman is basically screwed. We knew this situation with Andrew's mom and her ex was not going to go anywhere good. Roman's intentions were just; he wanted to protect Callie from Ritchie, who obviously does have violent tendencies, but he let his emotions get the better of him.
Now he has shot and killed an unarmed man, and he's in serious trouble. Will Voight be able to fix it somehow? Should he?
On the lighter side, Platt has discovered that Mouch plans to propose. I think maybe she read our Chicago Fire Round Table last week and decided to get in on the action.
Platt: Hey Burgess.
Platt: I bet you twenty bucks I get hitched before you do.
Burgess: Okay, we'll see.
Platt and Mouch aren't even engaged yet, but it's only a matter of time until it happens. Platt has that giant binder, so she's basically been planning her wedding for years and can probably pull it all together pretty quickly. Now that she's found that magazine and knows the proposal is coming, I wouldn't be surprised if she's already reserved a venue.
What did you guys think of the fall finale? Who's your money on?
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