Images from Chicago PD‘s 200th episode expose a tense circumstance for Burgess andRuzek In a relationship that goes back to Chicago PD season 1, starting with a lively remark from Kim Burgess (Marina Squerciati) to Adam Ruzek (Patrick John Flueger), the 2 officers have actually been through a fair bit. They’ve skilled crushes, they have actually been exes, they have actually been interfered with by dedication concerns. But more just recently, as part of the program’s turning point season 10, Burgess has actually chosen that it feels ideal to relocate with Ruzek partially for the sake of her embraced child Makayla.

Chicago PD‘s 200th episode, which will debut on NBC on Wednesday, February 22, will up the ante for Burgess andRuzek In the sneak peek images from TVLine, Ruzek is seen calling for aid. In another image, it’s tasted that injury will resurface for Burgess as she sits with an injured victim (played by visitor star Tireni Oyenusi). The images likewise highlight characters like Atwater (LaRoyce Hawkins) and Platt (Amy Norton):

What To Expect From Chicago PD’s 200th Episode

Burgess responds to a 911 call about a domestic violence incident in Chicago PD

In the episode, entitled “Trapped,” Burgess and Ruzek discover themselves stuck on the hectic ‘L’ subway train. They’ll interact to gather the little proof that’s readily available. But, as they do, the team gets captured up in some dark household drama. And for Burgess in specific, her distance to a shooting causes the resurfacing of some uncomfortable memories The episode is promoted in regards to concentrating on Burgess as the primary Chicago PD character, digging deep into elements of her complex and rough history.

It’ll be a follow-up of the character’s arc from the procedural’s earlier arcs that have actually never ever been totally dealt with, as Chicago PD showrunner Gwen Sigan kept in mind that Burgess’s PTSD from being abducted will enter into higher focus. Sigan likewise mentioned Burgess’s injury, and how she ‘d be required to challenge it. That sort of substantial arc will not simply effect Burgess on her own, though. It’ll likewise affect individuals that she appreciates.

Burgess taking actions to face her PTSD will likewise reinforce her relationship with her child and withRuzek It appears, for the many part, that Chicago PD will check out its the past and honor its turning point 200th by zeroing in on the essential relationship that has actually assisted to move the series from the very start.

Source: TVLine