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#214 : Bunny

La mère d’Erin lui demande de l’aide, après avoir découvert un client assez suspect dans l’entreprise de son mari, mais Bonny cache bien son jeu et Voight l’a bien compris. Pendant ce temps, l'ancienne collègue d’Antonio vient aider l’équipe...

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Titre VO
Erin's Mom

Titre VF
Bunny

Première diffusion
11.02.2015

Première diffusion en France
23.02.2016

Vidéos

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Diffusions

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France (inédit)
Mardi 23.02.2016 à 23:30
1.54m / 18.6% (Part)

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Etats-Unis (inédit)
Mercredi 11.02.2015 à 22:00
6.58m / 1.4% (18-49)

Plus de détails

Scénario :  Craig Gore, Tim Walsh
Réalisation : Mark Tinker

Guest Starring : Markie Post (Bunny), Angelique Cabral (Detective Gina Gawronski), Stella Maeve (Nadia), Kevin J. O'Connor (Commandant Fisher), Geoff Meed (Jared Miko), Kara Zediker (Sarah Normark), Randy Flagler (Capp), Michael Filipowich (Nick Vosh)

Voight’s office

Lindsay: Bunny found this in the back of one of Johnny's trucks.

Voight: Johnny?

Bunny: My husband.

Voight: What happened to Choppy?

Bunny: Johnny runs a moving truck rental company, and I help out.

Voight: Someone could have cut their hand moving a piano.

Bunny: The guy who rented that truck comes in every couple of weeks. Really sketchy. Pays only cash. If I found that glove, I'd hate to think what else I'm gonna find.

Voight: Even if I wanted to look into this, I can't get a warrant 'cause you touched blood evidence.

Bunny: That's why I gave Erin the rental agreements.

Lindsay: Everyone who rents a truck gets their license photocopied. Name on that license is Robert O'Shea. I ran it through DMV and NCIC license is a fake. Robert O'Shea is an alias. This is Nick Vosh, recently paroled from Menard for robbery. I checked his last known address; he's crashing in Brighton Park.

Voight: You really want to chase this?

Lindsay: I think it's worth a look.

Voight: All right. Grab Halstead. Go check out this Vosh. Now, I'm gonna need a complete statement from you. We're going by the book on this one.

Intelligence office

Lindsay: Hey, don't get too comfortable. We got to do a drive-by on a possible offender.

Halstead: Bunny?

Lindsay: I'll explain later.

Nadia: Hey.

Halstead: Carrying bricks in there?

Nadia: Uh, criminal law books. I got to keep cramming for this test.

Lindsay: Listen, Atwater has a bunch of unused personal days. He's on forced furlough. Can you man his desk?

Nadia: Of course. Thanks.

Lindsay: Sure.

Voight’s office

Voight: You a Good Samaritan now? You gonna start a neighbourhood watch too?

Bunny: I'm telling the truth, Hank.

Voight: Hmm.

Bunny: I don't want this guy Vosh renting one of Johnny's trucks, doing something illegal, and having it come back on us.

Voight: You sure this isn't some ploy to get back in Erin's life?

Bunny: Erin can make her own decisions, and it's not really any of your business.

Voight: Whatever it is that you think you can reach inside Erin is long gone.

Bunny: You don't have to like it, but I am part of her life now.

Voight: I'm gonna need that statement.

Lindsay’s car

Halstead: Couldn't sleep the other night. So I was up watching TV, and I saw this doctor talking about commitment phobia. He was saying it had to do with family patterns and survival instincts. I'm just saying, you know, Bunny's been married, what, five times?

Lindsay: Don't try to psychoanalyze me, Jay. Have you given any more thought to whether or not we should tell Voight?

Halstead: No, we're not telling Voight.

Lindsay: He pardoned Burgess and Ruzek.

Halstead: Burgess was shot. Her and Ruzek are an exception to the rule. Do you want to take a bullet so that Voight will give his blessing?

Lindsay: I'd take a bullet just to come over to your house tonight.

Halstead: What part of your body would you sacrifice?

Lindsay: Uh Shoulder? Fleshy part of the thigh.

Halstead: Now I feel special.

Lindsay: You should.

Halstead: Where's the box truck?

Lindsay: Let's find out.

Halstead: Yep.

Lindsay’s car

Halstead: Either he's shopping for a new muffler.

Lindsay: Or he's casing the check exchange.

Halstead: Call it in.

Lindsay: We got a robbery in progress. Requesting backup. 2145 Dearborn.

Halstead: Only two ways out.

Lindsay: Let's go.

Street

Halstead: Hey! Police! Get across the street.

Shop

Gunshot

Halstead: Damn! Bulletproof glass.

Vosh: Come on!

Halstead: Police! Drop your weapon!

Vosh: Get back!

Sarah Normark: Officers, please help! Help me!

Vosh: Just do it! Don't worry about them!

Lindsay: Let's tear-gas him.

Vosh: Let's go! In the top!

Sarah Normark: All right. All right.

Vosh: Hurry up! Come on! Come on! Come on! Open it! Open it!

Halstead: Drop your weapon! Let go of her!

Vosh: Ah!

Lindsay: Are you okay?

Sarah Normark: My boy my husband, he ha he has them. He's holding them hostage.

Lindsay: Who does?

Sarah Normark: He does!

Halstead: George 50-21. Shots fired by the police. Offender down. Roll an ambo to our location.

Radio: Copy that.

Lindsay: What's your name?

Sarah Normark: Sarah Normark My… My husband, Dean, my boy, Travis He has a photo of them. It's on his phone.

Lindsay: Jay. Alright. Where is this?

Sarah Normark: Could be our basement.

Lindsay: Okay. What's your address?

Sarah Normark: It's 3398 North Racine.

Lindsay: Lincoln 50-21, I need a patrol unit to check on a possibly abducted family.

House

Burgess: Clear!

Roman: Basement's clear! It's empty. 21-13 squad, we got an aggravated home invasion and kidnapping.

Intelligence office

Ruzek: Tracked the cell on the other end of Vosh's phone. It was thrown in a dumpster near the river.

Dawson: Roman and Burgess are checking it out. This is Gina Gawronski. We used to work Vice together.

Halstead: How's it going?

Gina Gawronski: Thanks.

Dawson: Now she's rocking it in Robbery-Homicide.

Gina Gawronski: Hi.

Voight: Welcome.

Gina Gawronski: Thanks. Looks like you guys caught a crew we've been trying to get for months. You have one offender in custody?

Ruzek: Yes, ma'am. Nick Vosh. He's over at Chicago Med in surgery.

Whoever he's working with, though, is still out there with Sarah Normark's family, so…

Gina Gawronski: From what we know, there's two of them, and they've robbed seven check exchanges in the last two months.

Olinsky: Well, check exchanges aren't FDIC, so FBI won't get involved.

Gina Gawronski: That's right. And you can steal more than you get at most banks. These guys have grabbed. Nearly a half mil so far.

Voight: All right, what do we have on them?

Gina Gawronski: Until now, not much. Two white males, well-built. One robs the check exchange manager; the other one holds their family hostage in a box truck. There's no GPS in those old trucks so they're difficult to track.

Halstead: It's like a roving prison cell.

Gina Gawronski: We were hoping the reward money would help us catch a break, but…

Lindsay: What reward money?

Gina Gawronski: About a week ago, the check exchange put up 25 grand for any information leading to the arrest of the offenders.

Dawson: So if this guy's out there and he knows his partner got popped, no telling what he'll do with the family.

Gina Gawronski: Yeah, that's right. And he's the more violent of the two. During their third robbery, a dye pack went off in his face when the manager was handing over the cash, so he shot the manager's wife and dumped her body in the forest preserve.

Voight: All right, thanks. We'll take it from here.

Office

Nadia: Hey. Uh, we just finished, actually. I was very thorough with the forms.

Lindsay: I'm sure you were. Thanks. Can you give us a sec?

Nadia: Yeah. Of course. I'm gonna go take these to Voight.

Bunny: Bye. I am so proud of you, Erin, for being such a good role model for that girl.

Lindsay: So it looks like you were right. That guy renting from you and Johnny, him and his partner have been robbing check exchanges.

Bunny: I knew it. I had a feeling about that guy from day one.

Lindsay: Did you also know about the reward?

Bunny: What reward?

Lindsay: The company that owns the check exchanges put out a $25,000 reward.

Bunny: Like I told Hank, I just want to help.

Lindsay: Go home. I'll keep you posted.

Bunny: Bye, honey.

Intelligence office

Dawson: I appreciate you coming down, Gina.

Gina Gawronski: Yeah, well, I hate to say it but I'm glad this case is all yours now.

Dawson: Yeah? We get that a lot.

Gina Gawronski: Hmm. Heard you went through a split.

Dawson: Yeah, you know how it is the job, long hours.

Gina Gawronski: I know too well. I'm actually going back to my maiden name Santos. Just waiting for the judge to sign the papers. When you close this case, let's grab a drink.

Dawson: Dawson. What do you mean you sort of found the truck?

Parking

Roman: The missing box truck with the Douglas Company logo was spotted driving past a red light camera two blocks south of that intersection. Seemed to just vanish somehow between this three-block stretch.

Burgess: So the street's flanked on one side by the river, on the other by industrial buildings. It's pretty desolate.

Voight: Everybody fan out. Check any building with a garage. And grab the infrared scanner.

Dawson: Got it.

Street

Olinsky: You see what I see?

Ruzek: Yep.

Parking

Ruzek: Tell me that's not what I think it is.

Olinsky: Call the fire department. Tell them to bring a crane.

 

Olinsky: You ever do a notification before?

Ruzek: That's the one thing that I didn't want to learn on this job.

Olinsky: Let's take a ride.

Ruzek: Yeah.

Normark’s house

Olinsky: You Sarah Normark?

Sarah Normark: Yes.

Olinsky: Yeah, I'm Detective Olinsky. This is Officer Ruzek.

Sarah Normark: Tell me you found them.

Olinsky: There's no easy way to say this, ma'am.

Sarah Normark: Oh, God!

Olinsky: Whoa, whoa, whoa. Come in. Let's sit down.

Sarah Normark: Where?

Ruzek: The river, ma'am.

Olinsky: Nothing I say can offer you any solace. I know that. But we're gonna find who did this to your family.

Sarah Normark: How? How can a human being do that to another human being?

Olinsky: Some men just don't belong walking the earth.

Chicago Med

Voight: I got it. Who's your partner? I want a name.

Vosh: Uh I I I want I want a lawyer.
Voight: Oh, yeah?

Vosh: Or or a deal?

Voight: Oh.

Vosh: Or a…

Voight: What's his name?

Doctor: Can I help you?

Voight: Yeah, a little boy just died. He's gonna answer some questions, all right?

Doctor: You can see he's in no shape…

Lindsay: He's fine.

Doctor: You hey, you… You can't do this. Hey!

Outside Chicago Med

Lindsay: Here?

Voight: You awake now?

Vosh: Okay. Okay!

Voight: What's his name?

Vosh: Jared.

Voight: Give me a last name.

Vosh: Miko! Jared Miko!

Voight: Where do I find him?

Vosh: He crashes at a motel up on Ogden. You can tell it's him from the dye on his face. Come on!

Motel

Dawson: I should call the vice when we're done, have them come get their quotas for the month.

Voight: First things first.

Voight’s car

Lindsay: Got stats on Miko just came in over the wire.

Voight: Gimme.

Lindsay: Jared Miko he's got a long list of violent priors, and he's wanted on a parole violation in California.

Motel

Dawson: Baby, she means nothing to me, I'm telling you. Come back to the room tonight… It's him.

Voight’s car

Voight: Room 23…. We've been made.

Gunshots

Dawson: Get down! Police! Get down!

 

Voight: Go around the back!

Street

Jared Miko: Ahh! Ahh!

Halstead: Don't move! Stay down!

Voight: You okay?

Dawson: I'll live.

Voight: Ooh. What's this?

Jared Miko: I found it under my bed.

Voight: Lucky you.

Jared Miko: You gonna read me my rights, Officer?

Voight: You got the wrong guy.

Interview room

Voight: It's a hell of a stain you tried scrubbing off there, slick.

Lindsay: You know, you didn't have to kill that little boy and his dad. Could have just parked that truck and walked away.

Jared Miko: What's anyone ever done for me?

Lindsay: Oh, I can tell you what we're gonna do for you. We're gonna make sure you wind up buried inside prison walls.

Jared Miko: It was that moving company lady, wasn't it?

Lindsay: What?

Jared Miko: Yeah, what'd she call herself? Bunny? That bitch. Vosh was paying her double to get a truck. She gets greedy and hits him up for triple. He says no, and she gets a conscience, goes to the cops? Is that it?

Lindsay: So you're saying she knew what you were up to?

Jared Miko: As long as Bunny got hers, she never questioned it.

Voight: Wait a second. You're saying that you think you're here 'cause of some cashier at a moving company? You're here 'cause we caught you.

Jared Miko: I can do this all night.

Jail

Halstead: I see a nice saint for you on the floor in there.

Jared Miko: I've seen worse places.

Dawson: Too bad you missed Chow. But I hear they got great oatmeal at 26th and Cal.

Sleep tight.

Moving company

Bunny: Erin.

Lindsay: Before you speak, think hard about what you're gonna say.

Bunny: Look, I don't know what that guy told you…

Lindsay: More than you.

Bunny: Maybe I knew about the reward.

Lindsay: You should have seen what we pulled out of the river today. If you had come to us sooner, we could have avoided a lot of carnage.

Bunny: None of that is my fault, Erin.

Lindsay: How many times in your life have you said that?

Bunny: Fine, okay, beat up on Mom, but remember, I am the one that came to you…

Lindsay: Yes or no? Did you know what they were up to?

Bunny: Absolutely not.

Outside

Johnny: Look, I knew Bunny had skeletons when I married her, but…

Voight: What kind of skeletons?

Johnny: Maxed credit cards, a car note.

Voight: That's every marriage. What does she really owe?

Johnny: A guy on Cicero, an old boyfriend, screwed her over when she got out of rehab gave her a life loan.

Voight: How much?

Johnny: Bunny don't want to say, but he threatened to take my business if she doesn't pay, so it's got to be a lot.

Platt’s office

Platt: Hey, you two.

Roman: What are you hosting, a battle of the bands?

Platt: Fight broke out at the Metro. You know what I think of when I look at them? Retirement. Someplace far. Doesn't even have to be warm.

Burgess: They'll grow out of it.

Platt: You see that one there? He's 47. I got an order to deliver Jared Miko to central detention. He's got a date with the judge for arraignment first thing in the morning. Handle it, then wrap up shift.

Roman: Will do.

Jail

Roman: Miko, rise and shine.

Burgess: Come on, you got to get up so we can cuff you.

Roman: The old pretending-to-sleep gag. Get up now!

Burgess: All right, everybody face the wall.

Roman: Come on. Get up. Hey, man, I'm not… Son of a bitch. We've got an escape!

Office

Roman: Looks like Miko had a razor blade sewn in the waistband of his tracksuit. He used it to slice off the wristband and swapped it and his clothes with the other prisoner after he snapped his neck.

Voight: And what was the other prisoner in for?

Burgess: Drunk and disorderly. He was sleeping it off.

Platt: Give us a minute, will you?

Voight: Yeah.

Platt: This whole thing, Miko getting cut loose, that's on my watch. It's on me, Hank.

Voight: Look, I'm not gonna play any blame games, Trudy. I don't think anyone thinks any less of you.

Platt: Commander Fisher's on his way in. I'm not gonna hear the end of it.

Voight: Well, there's your penance. Come on.

21 entrance

Voight: All right, listen up. Got an offender who escaped custody. Jared Miko. Armed or not, he's considered extremely dangerous.

Platt: He was mistakenly processed out about an hour ago after assuming the identity of another prisoner he killed. We checked the booking photo of that prisoner, and Miko now has his clothes. He's dressed in dark jeans and a gray sweater, but most importantly, look for the dye pack stain on the right side of his face.

Voight: All right, I want you to check every abandoned building, park, train, bus stop in this district. You bring this animal back through those doors breathing or not.

Patrol car

Burgess: You think Platt could get suspended over this?

Roman: After that piece in the Sun-Times, no way. It doesn't look good for any of us if we don't get Miko back.

Radio: Units citywide, we have a call of an aggravated battery at Belmont and Sheridan. A cabdriver was beaten by an offender fitting the description of a white male wanted for escape.

Burgess: Dispatch, does the description include a gray sweater?

Radio: Affirmative. Suspect was in a gray sweater.

Burgess: Unit 21-13, we are en route to that location.

Street

Burgess: Sir, what happened?

Man: Look at me. That's what happened.

Roman: This the fare who rolled you?

Man: He didn't want to pay, so I went after him with a mini-bat.

Roman: That's not too smart.

Man: I need to hear it from you? I'm out of a fare, and he took my lucky Cubs bat.

Burgess: Did you see which way he went?

Man: Was too busy looking for my teeth.

Burgess: Wanted offender positively identified. Fled on foot and is still at large at the 1200 block of Belmont. I need you to stay right here. Paper car's coming.

Chicago Med

Vosh: I told you everything.

Voight: Who's Miko gonna see up on Belmont?

Vosh: I don't know.

Olinsky: Well, your partner escaped from custody, then jacked a ride uptown.

Voight: Belmont and Sheridan, what's he doing there?

Vosh: Getting high one night, I told Miko about my old man.

Voight: What about him?

Vosh: I stash my cut at his place. $280,000. Miko's going after it.

Voight: What's the address?

Vosh: Oakwood Towers, 400 Belmont Street East. Please don't let him kill my old man. He's good people. He didn't know I stashed it there.

Olinsky: And here, I thought there was honour among thieves.

Street

Voight: It's Vosh's dad. Apartment 812.

Lindsay: Got it. Apartment 812. Let's go.

Hallway

Halstead: Let's go.

Apartment 812

Old man: Please, no more.

Halstead: It's okay. We're the police. You all right? You okay?

Lindsay: Clear!

Old man: Big guy kept asking where the money was. I had no idea what he was talking about. He grabbed a bag from the closet. It belonged to my son. He just left.

Ruzek: Be advised, suspect still in the building.

Halstead: You know your son was part of a robbery crew? He was hiding his money here.

Old man: Oh, Nick. I thought he was doing good on parole.

Stairs

Man: Whoa! Oh! The guy he's down there fighting with security.

Burgess: Go, go!

Basement

Gunshots

Roman: Get back!

Burgess: 10-01, 10-01, shots in the basement.

Radio: Copy.

Roman: Miko took off! Let's go! Miko, there's no way out of here! You're surrounded! There's a light switch. Let's hit it.

Burgess: Got it. Go.

Ruzek: You all right?

Roman: Yeah. He took off down the hallway.

Ruzek: You okay?

Burgess: I'm good.

Halstead: Let's split up. We'll cut him off. Let's… Let's go this way. Come on.

Ruzek: Stay close. Okay?

Burgess: Mm-hmm.

Chase

Ruzek: All right, one, two… Dead?

Burgess: Yeah.

Ruzek: Could be anywhere in here.

Dawson: So watch your back…. Get down!

Gunshots

Dawson: Go!

Gunshots

Ruzek: Move out!

Burgess: Adam?

Street

Dawson: Tight enough for you? Get up!

Outside the 21

Burgess: Let's go.

Journalist: Statement, Officer? Miko, you want to make a statement?

Voight: Welcome back.

Jared Miko: Got out once. I'll do it again.

Gunshot

Voight: Hey! Hey! You got it?

Olinsky: Got it!

Interview room

Sarah Normark: His escape it was all over the news, and when I saw that you caught him… I couldn't…I didn't want him to…

Olinsky: You don't have to explain.

Sarah Normark: I'm not sorry… What you said earlier, I couldn't stop thinking about it. Olinsky: What's that?

Sarah Normark: "Some men don't deserve to be walking the earth."

Ruzek: Ma'am. We have to put you in lockup until we can get you in front of a judge.

Olinsky: It's okay.

Ruzek: I'd be happy to wait with you, if you want. All right?

Sarah Normark: Thank you.

Ruzek: Come on.

Sarah Normark: Yeah.

 

Fisher: You two.

Hallway

Voight: Commander.

Fisher: In order to process a reward, check exchange management insisted on reading all the statements in the case. Because of Bunny's involvement with the offenders, they're not only gonna refuse her the reward; they threatened to press charges against her.

Lindsay: Based on an interview with a homicidal career felon?

Fisher: I talked the check exchange out of it, but if you want to fight for the reward, be my guest, I don't think the superintendant will go to bat when you explain you're attempting to get a payment for your mother who's got a sheet all her own… Nice work on the case, though.

Office

Bunny: That poor woman. I can't imagine how she feels. Losing her husband, her son…

Lindsay: You can stop now. There's no money, Mom.

Bunny: What do you mean?

Lindsay: The reward. The check cashing company thinks that you were complicit.

Bunny: Complicit? I helped you find those bastards. I deserve that reward money. This is this is Voight, isn't it? He'll do anything to punish me, and you are going right along with it.

Lindsay: You should have been straight with me.

Bunny: What did you say to them?

Voight: Got a call. Organized Crime needs our help on some surveillance. Why don't you grab Halstead and go?

Lindsay: Hank.

Voight: You're still on the clock. I'll make sure Bunny gets home.

Lindsay: We'll talk later.

Voight: It's bad enough you drag your daughter into this, but you really think you can get one over on me?

Bunny: I need that money, Hank.

Voight: Yeah, I know. Johnny told me all about it. Who do you owe?

Bunny: Tommy O'Neil.

Voight: That pimp from Cicero?

Bunny: About a year ago, I borrowed some money from him just to get on my feet, and he said that he would do things to me and Johnny if I didn't pay.

Voight: What do you owe?

Bunny: A lot.

Hallway

Platt: That your dinner?

Nadia: Yeah. Got to hurry. On my way to the library. I got to cram for this test… You all right, Sarge?

Platt: Hasn't been the best shift of my career.

Nadia: You know what? Going through my history of penology book, and I found this… Here it is. "Last year alone, 6,536 convicts escaped or went AWOL from jails and prisons in the United States."

Platt: I don't need you to make me feel better, Nadia.

Nadia: I know. Just saying Jared Miko wasn't the first jailbreak in American history. Won't be the last. Could have been you or anyone at that desk when it happened.

Platt: You taking the bus?

Nadia: Yeah, got to hurry. Transfer at Harlem.

Platt: Well, I'm getting out of here anyway, so come on. I'll give you a ride.

Restaurant

Gina Gawronski: I'm glad you decided to call.

Dawson: After this case, it seemed like a good idea to get out.

Gina Gawronski: Yeah. Believe it or not, this place used to be the spot back in the day. My old sergeant used to tell us how he'd bring his dates here; they'd order the lobster and load it up with that famous egg sauce. He swore it was a surefire aphrodisiac, and it never failed.

Dawson: Oh, in that case, two orders, please.

Gina Gawronski: You remember that undercover job we worked at that dance club that one time?

Dawson: Yeah, I do. It's a good bust. Even better party. Hey, wait a minute. I know I apologized for coming on to you that night. Is that where this is going?

Gina Gawronski: I liked it.

Dawson: You threw your drink in my face.

Gina Gawronski: Well, I had to play the role.

Restaurant

Voight: 50??? dollars

Tommy O'Neil: That's 15k. Bunny owes 30.

Voight: What's she paying you now?

Tommy O'Neil: Not even covering the vig.

Voight: So a 15k buyout sounds like progress.

Tommy O'Neil: Make it 20.

Voight: You gonna slap her around? Break her husband's legs? I don't think so.

Tommy O'Neil: You know, you walk in here telling me to take a cut rate like your star means something in Cicero.

Voight: One or both of them might get to me but not before I lay you out on the floor.

Tommy O'Neil: You know, someone told me once maybe I read it somewhere… Never get into bed with a woman whose problems are worse than your own.

Voight: Next time then.

Street

Voight: All right, you're square.

Bunny: All of it?

Voight: Yeah, I bought your debt. Which means now you owe me, and you're gonna repay me by staying out of Erin's life as of tonight.

Bunny: Oh, you'd like that, wouldn't you? Turn me into a pariah like you did all those years.

Voight: That was your own doing, Bunny.

Bunny: I wanted to see Erin. I wanted to spend time with her. You wouldn't let me.

Voight: You know how many times you've reached out to her in ten years? Twice. And both times, you were coming down off of smack. To protect you, I wouldn't let her see you that way.

Bunny: Okay, you win, Hank. You were the better parent. That's what you want to hear, isn't it? You are not gonna keep her out of my life.

Voight: Yeah, what's up?

Lindsay: Thank you.

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Chicago Justice, S01E12 (inédit)
Dimanche 25 novembre à 21:00
0.16m / 0.6% (Part)

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Chicago Justice, S01E10 (inédit)
Dimanche 18 novembre à 21:00
0.20m / 0.8% (Part)

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Chicago P.D., S06E08 (inédit)
Mercredi 14 novembre à 22:00
6.00m / 1.0% (18-49)

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Chicago Justice, S01E08 (inédit)
Dimanche 11 novembre à 21:00
0.18m / 0.7% (Part)

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Chicago P.D., S06E07 (inédit)
Mercredi 7 novembre à 22:00
6.84m / 1.1% (18-49)

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