‘Chicago P.D.’ 9×04 Review: “In the Dark”

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  1. KW Smith says:

    Voight has tried to change. Remember, the reason he sent Upton to NY was to try and keep her from following him down his path. Is he perfect? No…but considering all the loss he’s gone through over the course of the series, he hasn’t completely gone over the edge.
    And this is not the only lie Upton has told. She needs to come completely clean as well

  2. Gina smith says:

    Is this writer insane? Get rid of Hank Voight? He makes the show. Jay is whiney and self richeous. Haley is annoying. She is the one that should go!! Bring Erin back. Even if it’s another actress who plays the part. Everyone hates Haily. Grow up. Hank Voight is the John Wayne of this century.

    1. Lissete Lanuza Sáenz says:

      The John Wayne comparison isn’t really the compliment you seem to think it is.

  3. Rich says:

    I wonder if the author has watched this show. She keeps saying that Upton was flirting with the dark side “last season,” which is not true. That happened in Season 7. In Season 8 she was back to being a cop who follows the rules (except for 1 episode and it was a very minor breach). Between Seasons 7 and 8 she realized “she wasn’t Voight.” That is why she is has become a wreck after killing Roy.

    Moving forward Jesse has said in interviews that Halstead’s relationship with Voight “will be less adversarial and he will try to help Voight deal with police reform and the new realities of policing.” I can envision Voight saying to Jay “you were right I am sorry.” Before this Jay did say to Hailey “I love Hank, but don’t get too close.” So he isn’t looking to take on Voight.

    The idea that Ruzek would ever take on Voight is crazy. He will side with Bought no matter what.

  4. Sarah Peterman says:

    I hope that they won’t get rid of Hank Voight because he makes the show the best.
    Get rid of Jay and Hailey relationship Jay should of not hit his boss Voight at all and he doesn’t really go after Hailey about keeping that secret from him. How can a realtionship be built on lies and keeping secrets

  5. Lee says:

    I love Hailey and Jay. Voight is the show. The writer doesn’t know what she is talking about. Voight bends the rules? Yes. Part of real life. Everyone does

  6. VulcanJohn1 says:

    In response to Gina Smith’s comments… I will attempt to be as fair as possible while addressing your comments on the characters of Hank Voight and Jay Halstead, but primarily I will address your admiration of John Wayne. As far as Jay Halstead being “…whiney and self richeous” (your spelling errors aside), I would point out that if following the rule of law is self-righteous, then he represents a majority of the actual good police officers out there which is a good thing. Now as for your comparison to Voight being “… the John Wayne of this century.” Well, you may wish to pick a better person to compare him to that wasn’t a racist who openly supported the genocide of an entire people. While I know that Voight is a criminal with a badge, I have never viewed him as a racist, which John Wayne clearly was. In 1971 Mr. Wayne gave an interview to Playboy in which he stated that he supports white supremacy saying “I believe in white supremacy until the blacks are educated to a point of responsibility.” And that “I don’t feel guilty about the fact that five or 10 generations ago these people were slaves.” This was in 1971, after Martin Luther King Jr was assassinated, after Nelson Mandela was imprisoned, and well after Charles R. Drew created the blood bank (which saved the lives of Mr. Wayne and many millions of people). He also stated about Native Americans, “I don’t feel we did wrong in taking this great country away from them. … Our so-called stealing of this country from them was just a matter of survival,” and that “There were great numbers of people who needed new land, and the Indians were selfishly trying to keep it for themselves.” I wonder how Mr. Wayne would have reacted if the government would have declared eminent domain and taken one or his two ranches in either California or Arizona away from him? Would he feel that since more people needed it, it would be okay? In any case I would say that your comparison of Hank Voight being the John Wayne of this century is questionable to say the least.

  7. marcelo says:

    sou totalmente a favor do voight….nao passou em nada dos limites…essa lorinha q eh problematica …
    … faria o mesmo no lugar do voight.
    ele salva todos e ainda o povo pensa ao contrario…ele da uma ordem e o povo ainda quer teimar …afff o cara eh dezzzzzzz….

  8. Carolyn Russell says:

    Hank Voigjt is Chicago P.D , and he does need to go anywhere. Hailey was warned by Voight when she got his CI killed by that gang that nothing keeps him up at night. Why did she go looking for Voight he was her boss let him do what he had to do. They need to bring back Al just say they faked his death because of an old enemy and get rid of Jay, he is always causing problem. He went behind Voight’s back and arrested the lady cop that killed the Mayor,he just would not leave well enough alone. Hailey and Jay should go can’t stand either of them.

  9. Rich says:

    This show is all about dealing with grey issues. Hank isn’t going anywhere and neither is Jay. If everyone acted like and thought like Hank, the show wouldn’t be as good as it is. Tracy should get an Emmy for these episodes.

  10. Susan Talakowski says:

    Hailey is such a drama queen. She’s done worse things than killing Roy who would have killed Voight and almost killed Kim. She didn’t have a choice. Her reaction doesn’t ring true. Voight is Chicago pd. Wouldn’t watch it without him.

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