The Chicago Code Reviews
It has all come down to the final episode of the series. Did Colvin and Wysocki take down Ronin Gibbons? Find out in our Review!
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The Chicago Code Review: "Greylord and Gambat"
Can Colvin and Wysocki hold their case against Gibbons together long enough to present it to the Grand Jury? Find out in our review!
The Chicago Code Review: "Black Sox"
What happens when Jarek Wysocki has to be honest with the three most important women in his life? Find out in our review!
The Chicago Code Review: "Bathhouse and Hinky Dink"
Colvin and Wysocki get set to finally take on Gibbons after a deadlocked jury acquits a corrupt city official that turns out to be tied to the mob and Gibbons.
The Chicago Code Review: "St. Valentine's Day Massacre"
Can Wysocki and Evers solve a high profile case before a vote of "no confidence" is taken against Superintendent Colvin? Find out in our review!
The Chicago Code Review: "Wild Onions"
How does Colvin and Wysocki handle it when the heat and tempers flair? Find out in our review!
The Chicago Code Review: An Insult to the Audience
The Chicago Code ruined one intriguing storyline this week, while giving us more background and information on Wysocki's relationships. Read on for a review of "Black Hand and the Shotgun Man."
The Chicago Code Review: Stop the Voiceovers!
Solid interaction between characters on The Chicago Code this week saved yet another cliche-ridden, predictable episode that focused on the kind of storyline we've seen countless times before.
The Chicago Code Review: It Can Do Better
Following another solid, but not spectacular, episode of The Chicago Code, allow me to make a few recommendations for the drama. It could improve in multiple ways.
The Chicago Code Review: "Cabrini-Green"
We're still waiting for that one, truly great episode of The Chicago Code. We didn't get it in "Cabrini-Green," although we did enjoy new insight into the world of Ronin Gibbons.
The Chicago Code Review: "Gillis, Chase and Baby Face"
Just what kind of a man is Ronin Gibbons? We learned a lot more about this villain on "Gillis, Chase and Baby Face."