This week’s episode marked the 100th episode of Chicago Med. I can’t believe there’s already been 100 episodes. This show is by far my favorite medical drama on television, and the 100th episode did not disappoint. Happy 100th episode Chicago Med. Here’s to hoping there’s 100 more. But for now, let’s focus on this weeks episode.
The Secret’s Out
April finally told Ethan the truth about the kiss! While it might put a strain on her relationship with Ethan, I’m glad she did it. Ethan deserves to know the truth, especially if they’re going to get married and start a family together. I just hope their relationship can survive this. I believe April and Ethan were meant for each other.
Crockett’s true colors were made known this episode. Even Natalie was a little turned off by him flirting with Ethan, which I’m not gonna lie, I’m kind of happy about. Although if I’m being honest, Crockett isn’t the only one to blame here. April isn’t completely innocent in this scenario. She needs to figure out what, and who, she wants. She says she loves Ethan and wants to be with him, yet she keeps throwing longing glances at Crockett. I mean, did you see the way they were looking at each other at Ben and Maggie’s wedding?! Ethan deserves someone who is fully devoted to him. I just hope April comes to her senses and is completely done with Crockett.
A Wedding to Remember
Maggie and Ben officially tied the know, in what was one of the coolest weddings ever! I mean, when have you ever seen a wedding at bowling alley? It was pretty awesome and Maggie looked absolutely gorgeous! I’m glad we got to see one Chicago Med wedding happen.
Despite the rough start, everything for the wedding ended up running smoothly. It was perfect. The wedding scene was well done and everything Maggie deserved. It just goes to show you that sometimes it doesn’t matter if things are perfect. Sometimes being with your loved ones is all that matters. Here’s to Maggie and Ben. May they live happily ever after.
Dr. Charles’ Daughter Troubles
As if Dr. Charles didn’t have enough to deal with lately, his teenage daughter got suspended for vaping. I get that she probably hasn’t had the easiest childhood and just wanted to fit in, but that’s not the way to do it. And if you ask me, she was kind of a brat when Dr. Charles was trying to help her. I get that he wasn’t around a lot for her when she was growing up, but he’s trying.
Okay, real talk. Please tell me I’m not the only one who forgot Dr. Charles had a daughter that wasn’t Robin. I mean, I know they were trying to convey the point that Dr. Charles didn’t pay enough attention to her, but I don’t remember hearing about her since some of the earlier seasons of Chicago Med. Hopefully they can work through their issues and have a proper father-daughter relationship.
Hannah Asher is Back
Hannah Asher is back working in the ED, and she doesn’t seem to pleased with Will. I mean, can you blame her? Will publicly announced her drug addiction. That has to be embarrassing. But regardless, Will is still on her side and defending her. He still cares about her, even if I wish he didn’t. And I really wish he didn’t.
Is it just me, or does it seem like a romance is still possible between Will and Hannah. And don’t even get me started on him inviting her to Maggie’s wedding. I think Hannah deserves someone good for her, who will continue to support her through her sobriety. However, I don’t think that person should be Will. Will deserves so much better than someone he has to keep an eye on in case of an overdose. Regardless, I will love Will no matter who he chooses to love.
Stand Out Scene
I loved the scene where Ethan went at it with Dr. Marcel after he learned about the kiss with April. Yeah, maybe Ethan shouldn’t have made a big scene like that in the hospital, but Ethan was mad, and rightfully so. His emotions were running high, and he needed to take his anger out on someone. And to be honest, Crockett was the logical person in this case. He even apologized to Goodwin for it afterward, which goes to show how kind of a person he is.
I’m Team Ethan on this one. Ethan was totally justified in his anger at Crockett. He felt betrayed by someone who he thought was his friend. And yeah, he isn’t the only one to blame, but he was definitely a big part of the problem. Ethan deserves better than that. He loves April so much and deserves that love in return.
Natalie: You hit on April? And I was beginning to think you were a good guy.
Ben: Cancer. That’s what this is all about. You went through something that made you feel helpless and you don’t ever want to feel that way again. Let me help you.
April: The night that you left on deployment..I kissed him.
Ben: You got a partner now. That’s what marriage is. A helpmate.
Goodwin: I can’t have my doctors coming to blows in the ICU.
Hannah: What you did is a betrayal.
Watch Chicago Med Wednesday’s at 8/7c on NBC.