"Fallen" was a well-written story about Upton's past and confronting an issue that she and Voight will have to keep for the rest of their lives.
When there's a multiple homicide, Upton is forced to work with a detective that she has a past with, but when they worked together and about to meet, he turns up dead after found shot in the head. Voight not happy how Upton wasn't there at the time. But when they dig deep in the case it takes a real turn when in fact that Upton's former partner killed himself and used a gun that was in evidence lockup.
Voight and Upton didn't tell anyone else about what happens, not even to the widow or the rest of the Intelligence Unit.
This was a terrific episode that is enjoying the character of Hailey Upton, after not connecting with her since she was partnered up with the team since the end of last season. TracySprindakos was amazing in this episode. Overall, I give this episode an 8.5/10
"Care Under Fire"
When Halstead goes undercover to stop an ex-military kidnapping crew from killing an innocent child. To get to the squad, he must befriend with one of the members, who happens to be an ex-military, alongside with his sister as well.
"Care Under Fire" was an intensely emotional episode for Jesse Lee Soffer as it was one of his best performance episodes in a while. The episode opened up well of Jay Halstead's background in the military and not to mention the relationship between him and Upton as I feel that they could be the next couple in this series. #Upstead?
Overall, I give this episode 8.5/10.
You can catch Chicago PD Wednesdays at 10/9c on NBC.