Watch Chicago PD Online: Season 7 Episode 4

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Did the P.D. find the right suspect?

On Chicago PD Season 7 Episode 4, there was much drama when the team zeroed in on a potential suspect. 

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Was everything as it seemed?

Meanwhile, Upton was torn between helping to track down the perp and providing emotional support to a scared young girl. 

What did she decide to do?

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Elsewhere, Voight feared his team were being sent on a wild goose chase. 

What happened?

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Chicago PD Season 7 Episode 4 Quotes

Fear is a funny thing. Some of the time, it brings out the worst in people. But fear also brings out our very best. We certainly saw that today. Their love, loyalty, care, and kindness, their support, generosity, and appreciation. And for a certain few among us, fear brings out something different, their choice to be heroic. To stand steady, to hold onto each other, to find a way to hold onto hope, and to lean on each other like family.

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Ruzek: You and your ex-husband built a panic room. Some of this must make sense.
Seldon's wife: For when an outbreak happened, not for when he caused one. My ex-husband is not crazy, he's not a monster, he dedicated his whole life to infectious disease, and it's not paranoia. It's fear, it's educated and grounded fear. And look, all you have to do is turn on the news to see that there are a thousand ways the world could end. I mean, there's climate change, and there's famine, and there's the war, and then there's lack of water, and there's disease. And the right outbreak at the right time with the right factors, it could end this race within months and that's not paranoia. That is a truth that people can't handle looking at. And he had to look at it every single day.