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Halstead takes heat for making an unauthorized move to treat his pregnant patient. Choi becomes personally invested when treating a homeless veteran. Rhodes and Bekker deal with a patient who desperately needs a liver transplant.

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Charles S. Carroll

Writers:

Michael Brandt (developed by), Derek Haas (developed by) | 7 more credits »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Nick Gehlfuss ... Will Halstead
Yaya DaCosta ... April Sexton
Torrey DeVitto ... Natalie Manning
Colin Donnell ... Connor Rhodes
Brian Tee ... Ethan Choi
Marlyne Barrett ... Maggie Lockwood
Norma Kuhling ... Ava Bekker
S. Epatha Merkerson ... Sharon Goodwin
Oliver Platt ... Daniel Charles
Ian Harding ... Phillip Davis
Cynthia Addai-Robinson ... Vicki Glass
Garret Long Garret Long ... Alana
Joe Urla ... Patrick
D.W. Moffett ... Cornelius Rhodes
Marc Grapey ... Peter Kalmick
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Halstead takes heat for making an unauthorized move to treat his pregnant patient. Choi becomes personally invested when treating a homeless veteran. Rhodes and Bekker deal with a patient who desperately needs a liver transplant.

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Drama

Certificate:

TV-14
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

16 January 2019 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Chicago, Illinois, USA

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Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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The end justifies the means
17 January 2019 | by unonjackeSee all my reviews

They should have called this episode what the character of Ava said "the end justifies the means", but unfortunately that is not always true. The actions of Drs Halstead, Choi and Durning completely bypassed the wishes and desires of patients or in the case of the surrogate mother, the parents of the babies. It is fortunate that this occurred on a TV show because the actual consequences of their actions could,and probably would, have had dire consequences. No the end does not justify the means.


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