Now the dead detective's son is an orphan (I think I'll call him orphan from now on. I still refuse to call him Krispin), Retro Girl wants to quit her day job because of shit like this happening, another power is dead because of sway, and Royale finally found his lighter that Walker had all along.
I did like this episode, but what I liked most about it was the back-story of Walker and Royale.
Speaking of forgiveness, Taylor is still upset with Max for trying to forgive Crash. Now I understand Max wanting to forgive, I wouldn't be against it, but he doesn't have to be buddy-buddy with him. Taylor has it wrong though. You can't dictate what someone wants to do. Taylor has no say on who Max should forgive. It has nothing to do with her. She should be mad instead of him becoming friends with Crash. I think friendship is a little too much, especially when Crash is unwelcomed in the house and he shows up anyway to see Carter. Seriously, Crash has had so many chances, can't he just go away? I know Carter has this need to fix everything, but I think some things shouldn't be fixed and should be left alone. Carter tries to fix Taylor and Max and that went to crap. But I'm glad they didn't get back together because then it would just make Taylor look like she doesn't know what she wants.
Because of the anniversary of their grandparents, the family had to go to the party and now they will forever be known as the twins where one was kidnapped and the other was drunk, but I like drunk Taylor so I don't mind. Taylor lashed out at Carter for trying to fix her relationship with Max and for the grandmother's friend, who works for admissions at Stanford, practically begging Carter to go to Stanford and ignoring her. But in the end all is forgiven. The grandparents know everything now except for David's affair with Lori.
Speaking of Lori. she has been trying to call the girls from jail to talk to them, but neither picked up until the end when Carter told Lori to leave her and her family alone. Carter has come so far. Also, it was so weird when Armadillo asked his father why he wasn't dating his teacher assistant. Does he not want his parents to be together? I also caught the TA looking at Armadillo in a weird way. I don't trust that TA at all.
As for the flashback, it tied in nicely with the case-of-the-week. A french artist took heroin to inspire her artwork, but it ended up killing her in the end. At least her work will live forever.
As for that moment between Henry and Jo, I won't think much of it for now. I don't think Jo knows what she's feeling yet and I don't think she feels anything for Henry yet either. I just think she knows that rich guy wasn't for her and maybe a guy like Henry is what she wants. Usually Abe is cool with his timing, but boy did he cockblock. At least he found his mother. I hear tonight's episode will be about Abigail, so I can't wait for this to get settled on whether or not she's immortal. I don't think she is.
Henry decides to hold off on trying Adam's theory of killing himself with the weapon that killed him the first time because there's a difference between wanting something and actually doing it.
In the end, no one caught the disease, not even the guy who had a piece of bone stuck in him from the bomber, which I find odd. Anyway, everyone celebrated at Molly's and Dawson and Casey hooked up. They agree this doesn't mean they're getting back together. I sure hope they don't.
Overall, not a bad episode. I would like to see Chicago Med standalone before I commit to it. As for tonight's episode of Chicago Fire, I hope we get to see more Otis being infatuated with Brett.