This season is supposed to tackle major issues that are currently affecting Chicago as it relates to police and racial tension. I don't know anyone more qualified for the job than Hank Voight. The bad guys need to realize that he will always come out on top because this is his city. Just check out that victory smirk!
Olinsky and Burgess didn't get off on the right foot when she first joined the unit but it looks like they've finally learned to work together. The same can't be said for their partnership with the Mayor because she doesn't look pleased.
Don't move until I say so. That's what I imagine Voight saying to his team. He's been known to run a tight ship when it comes to Intelligence, but will he continue being a trusted leader with all the changes in his unit?
Jay looks a little shaken up and we don't blame him. Not only is he chasing down the bad guys, he's also trying to cope with the fact that his ex-girlfriend, who he was planning on proposing to, left the unit!
Ruzek and Atwater may be in their summer clothes but don't be fooled, they are all work and no play. Just look at Atwater's expression. If he doesn't get his intel soon, someone is going to pay the price.
You know, I basically look people in the eye for a living. You have a future beyond this neighborhood D'Anthony, and it's okay to want that. When you start to try to get out, whenever that is, you call me.