Chicago PD Season 3 Episode 22 Review: She's Got Us

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Could Roman really be leaving? 

Could we be so lucky?

We learned on Chicago PD Season 3 Episode 22 that the injuries he sustained could be permanent, meaning he can't return to the streets. What does that mean for him? 

Apparently it means he might move to San Diego, but he wants Burgess to come with him. It's really early in their relationship to be dropping the "l-bomb" and asking her to move across the country with him. 

She dumped Ruzek for dragging his heels and being unwilling to commit. We definitely can't say the same about Roman. He's all in.

All I know is, most of the fan base is hoping she turns him down and he moves to San Diego by himself. Burgess deserves better.

Platt: To be clear, this is not a get well card. It is a see you soon card, cause I got you on the A&A sheets for light duty starting next week.
Roman: Ah they still gotta dig these fragments out.
Burgess: Oh did you get shot? You haven't mentioned it once.

I mean, we all already know how annoying he can be. It's saying something if he's even annoying Burgess by not shutting up about getting shot. Get on the next plane out of Chicago and don't let the door hit you on the way out!

Okay, now that that's out of the way, we can move on to the case of the week. 

This is far from the first time we've seen Lindsay get emotionally involved, but we don't normally see Halstead this concerned. I thought something was going to be different this time, like the lack of sleep was going to catch up to her or she was going to crash the car or something. 

Nothing really happened other than she got close to the kid like she always does and helped her through an incredibly tough time. Sure, she kind of went off on Dr. Charles, but it wasn't a big deal. He's a doctor; he's familiar with sleep deprivation.

I really like their relationship though, and they've grown close throughout the season, starting with her drug spiral. It is nice to check in with them periodically and see that trust has gotten stronger. 

I admit it, I love Lindsay-centric episodes. I know not everyone does, or wishes they'd spend more time on the rest of the team (and that much I can understand), but I will never complain when she takes center stage. Watching her empathize with Polly at the end was incredibly emotional. You could tell she was struggling to hold back tears. 

Halstead: You know what? This is gonna be great, because Erin might actually let me drive.
Lindsay: That will never happen.

We're seeing a lot more of Lindsay and Halstead together, too, which is awesome. They make such a great couple, and so far there's been very little drama to their relationship. Sometimes we just need to see a happy couple be happy.

He knows just how to be there for her, and how to express concern, without pushing too hard. He's been her rock all season. 

This case was tragic, and it is hard to imagine the pain Polly is facing. To be so young and to lose her entire family in such a violent manner is something that will stay with her forever. She's going to need lots of therapy. It's also a good thing she's moving to St. Louis. She needs a fresh start.

We have one episode left and it looks like it's going to be a doozy. We know what happens to anyone who messes with Voight's family. I would not want to be caught in the crossfire of that man on a warpath for revenge.

We know Justin tried to hide the fact that he was back in town from Voight. It looks like we're about to find out why. Hopefully, he survives what looks like a pretty brutal attack. 

What do you guys think is going to happen? Hit the comments with your thoughts!

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She's Got Us Review

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Chicago PD Season 3 Episode 22 Quotes

Halstead: There's no safe anywhere in the house, so if this was a robbery, it went way wrong.
Olinsky: In cases like this it's never who, it's always why.

Lindsay: A, Platt basically made this mandatory. B, we're getting overtime. It's like a dollar a minute.
Halstead: Time I'd rather spend in that walk-in shower with the dual steam heads in the apartment I looked at.