With Jon Seda back on PD this season, this is one of his best performed and well-written stories so far.
"Promise" was well-written character development for Antonio Dawson, as he takes a case that involves a brutal murder of a young Latina woman, who might be suspected as a drug mule. When Dawson's daughter sees the body, she asked him if he was going to help her and his response was indeed he would.
Now with a case like this, you would think that Intelligence would want to take it, but as they investigate the case, it just leads to roadblock after roadblock that even had Voight telling Dawson that enough is enough.
But when they get a suspect, they couldn't get one witness to speak out, and the case was dropped. But this is Chicago PD, and you know if there were a substantial lead that this suspect was the guy, you know he would be taken down some way, somehow. And that happened with Voight confronting a gang, who happened to lose someone from the suspect and gave the address of the suspect's house. Dawson soon catches up and goes to the suspect's house to find him dead on his table with his stomach sliced.
This episode was one of Seda'sbest performed episodes. The writing was so good, and the character development was good as well. Overall, I give this episode a 9/10.
From a series of murders to even a suspect of a snitch on the team, this episode was one hour of can't miss the drama.
"Snitch" was a well written, intense episode that opens a can of worms for what might be a long story arc of good television. The case of the week as the Intelligence unit investigates a series of murders that have a personal connection to Atwater that points to his younger brother involvement. It was a good story that had some emotions.
Meanwhile, Voight suspects that Dawson might be going behind his back once again. But I don't suspect that Dawson is redoing what he did last time when he got Voight arrested.
The episode was good with really good performances from the cast. Overall, I give this episode 8/10.
You can catch Chicago PD Wednesdays at 10/9c on NBC