Not only does Chicago PD celebrating 100th episode but also why not make it big with a two night #OneChicago crossover with Chicago Fire as well? Go big or don't go at all and they sure went big for this crossover.
Chicago PD: "Profiles"
When PD and Fire are about to watch Platt talk on a morning news program, a bomb goes off in the middle of the interview. Platt seems to be fine and tries to save one of the journalist that's badly hurt by moving her in another room til Severide comes in and takes them to Cruz to lead them outside.
The Intelligence Unit dives in with a lead of a journalist leaving the building after dropping off a package. When they meet up with him, he also gets blown up from a bomb in his mailbox. Another lead led to a suspect that knows about IEDs and is brought in, not voluntary, and is kept in their custody until he's clear, even though he's getting killed in the social media.
The suspect hunt leads the unit to a Chicago newspaper that fired a journalist, Sheppard, for what is clearly fake news that was written by the victims. When locating the suspect's house, he wasn't there, but Voight walks in one of the rooms where he sees photos and plans for his next move.
Upton soon gets a lead where someone has a connection with their suspect and that points Voight and Antonio to ask for help from Boden and House 51. Boden thinks that they're gonna need Severide, but really they need Brett and Gabby, who happens to have a connection with George. But Boden says no and leaves with a cliffhanger for Chicago Fire.
Chicago Fire: "Hiding Not Seeking"
Picking up where CPD left off, Voight and Dawson tries to tell Boden that Gabby and Brett will have to do their thing while they sneak in and upload the guy's computer. Boden gives the okay and tells Voight that he wants to be there when it happens, which he agrees.
Gabby and Brett make their way to George's house and tells the guy that they're doing a health reassessment for all heart condition patients and gets him to agree to let them in. While they are taking his pulse and asking him questions, Ruzek sneaks in the back and uploads the guy's computer. But when George gets a visit from someone, Brett and Dawson get out in time along with Ruzek.
Both Ruzek, Dawson and Brett get out safe. Soon after House 51 gets a call of an explosion, where Severide and Boden meet with the knight riding Halstead coming in on a motorcycle. Severide shows Halstead the piece that blew up and gets Voight on call.
Later on, Boden and Severide gets an idea of where the suspect might be hitting his places. Their lead lends them to a house where they found Sheppard's supplies and bombs. They searched all over his place and computers and as soon as a new message has been intercepted by Burgess and Upton, the CPD and CFD headed to what they thought was the newspaper building but the place was the translate station.
Casey and Severide's team get there and tries to get everyone out safety and find Sheppard. Soon, they spot him and along with Voght, Halstead and Boden they rush to Sheppard and stop him from killing the editor of the Chicago newspaper that fired him.
Things went pretty smoothly, everyone celebrates at Molly's and not to mention that Brett and Antonio got the spark again and make out in the car. Also Kidd and her boyfriend ended their relationship as she didn't want to meet his sister. But also couldn't stop talking about Severide as well.
This was an awesome crossover event that had everything you would want in a crossover. This was probably one of the best since "A Dark Day" and "8:30 PM" and not to mention "Three Bells" and "A Little Devil Complex." I couldn't get enough of the Voight and Boden scenes, which you don't get to see a whole lot. Not to mention Jay Halstead riding a motorcycle was awesome!!! The writing and the performance from the cast was amazing. It really felt like a movie event and not to mention a but of tribute to Chicago for the milestone episode for CPD. Overall, I give this crossover event a 9/10.
You can catch Chicago PD Wednesdays at 10/9c and Chicago Fire Thursdays at 10/9c on NBC.