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‘Chicago P.D.’ 9×03 Review “The One Next to Me”

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  1. Jo Clark says:

    We all know that Voight and Upton will not be held accountable for their actions. If Hailey had come clean to Jay and explained what happened and told him the whole story to begin with, I think he would have have felt for her and wanted to help. I’m sure he will blame Voight bc no one wants to put Hailey through more “trauma”. But I think it is sad to write her as such a “trauma ridden” character. She has been so quick to judge others for covering up and now it’s supposed to be ok? What message are they sending out? If Hailey is so fragile and phased by trauma, get her help! Kim has been beaten, shot, left for dead, yet no one things she is having “trauma”. And quite frankly, the Hailey fans would be calling for her to die if they felt Kim’s trauma was taking up screen time from their fav!

    1. Lissete Lanuza Sáenz says:

      We’re Kim fans around here. *And* Hailey fans.

  2. VulcanJohn1 says:

    It’s clear that you don’t like Hailey, which is perfectly reasonable to dislike a character. I myself dislike Adam because I feel that his racial bias (that he never admits to having), colors his police work. Also because he has never treated Kim the way she should be treated. Even when she was missing he was doing cowboy stuff that Kim would have yelled at him for. It wasn’t till Hailey told him that Kim would want him to focus on Makayla that he did the right thing. As for Hailey and her trauma, internal wounds are worse that cuts, bruises, or even bullet wounds. They last longer and in fact can last a lifetime. I am not calling you out, in fact the opposite. I am glad you have never had such a wound, but it makes blind to the emotional wounds of other (we should all be lucky enough to be so blind). This situation just feeds on her abandonment issues stemming from her early family life. I disagree with Ms. Sáenz in one small respect. I think that the primary reason for her to go along with the coverup was her fear of loosing Jay, not her respect for Voight. The thought of Jay leaving her or looking at her in a different way would kill her. I also think that was her primary reason for asking him to marry her. Also, don’t think Kim is out of the woods, her trauma will resurface because that’s the way trauma works. Jay pointed that out to Knox, even though it was a lie when he said he was moving and the pictures he found brought his trauma back to the surface. Triggers like that happen all the time, I know from first hand experience as a veteran. Trauma never goes away, you do the work to learn to handle them so they don’t disable you. In essence, you learn how to use copping techniques so you can still have a life.

    1. Lissete Lanuza Sáenz says:

      It’s always a pleasure to read your thoughts and your comments, truly. Thanks for sharing.

  3. Robert Craig Daliessio says:

    These fan pages crack me up. Im guessing you’re a failed screen writer. “Get rid of Voight”
    Voight IS this show. Voight is the cop we’d all be if we had the chance.

    1. Lissete Lanuza Sáenz says:

      Maybe that’s the problem with the police, then, Robert. You just articulated it better than I could by making yourself an example of everything that’s wrong with people *and* policing. Thank you for proving my point.

  4. VulcanJohn1 says:

    Individuals who say that they wish to be a dirty cop who takes the law into his own hands and is judge, jury, and executioner are deeply disturbed. They have psychological issues that need to be addressed. Anyone who thinks it would be fun, thrilling, or cathartic to be that way has pent up rage that should be addressed by a licensed professional therapist. It’s not a joke, or a criticism, and I am in no way trying to belittle the pain you have inside of you that compels you to feel this way. Please get help sir.

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