Another great episode of Chicago Med that'll make you grab the tissues. Here's a recap!
"Old Flames, New Sparks" was yet again another great episode that'll make you grab the tissues. Choi and April treat a boy, who's been battling with leukemia, comes in what seems to be meningitis. But when they learn that the boy's younger brother will donate. It's because he was brought in the world to help his older brother fight cancer. But the younger brother doesn't want to go through with it again but decides to go through with it after learning that his older brother wants to stop all treatment.
Both Natalie and Will are in a different place right now; Natalie is helping Philip with his daughter's colic that leads to dinner. Will takes on a case of woman, who was found frozen in Jay's neighborhood; that tried to take the pain away from her broken relationship. Will tries to reunite with Natalie but instead gets an apartment and also bumps into a familiar face, Agent Lee.
Meanwhile, Conner and Ava get into it when one favors doing a procedure on Dr. Charles' ex-wife so she could get into the drug trails for her cancer. Conner does the surgery; after it gets complicated, he figures out a way to save her and all is good.
Even after what April and Choi had gone through in this episode, they accept becoming friends. Choi later breaks off with Vicki. Could this lead to a reconnect?
I very much enjoyed this episode; even though the Ava and Conner story was good but not at all to what some of the other stories were in this episode. The April and Choi story with their patient was the story that stole the episode and stole my heart. It was so powerful and emotional; that I had to grab plenty of tissues. We could be seeing the split break of Manstead in this episode, and I don't want that to happen. Where will this be going, I hope Manstead comes back together. Strong character development and a well-written episode with a fantastic performance from the cast. Overall, I give this episode a 9/10.
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You can catch Chicago Med Wednesdays at 8/7c on NBC.