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A War Zone
Season 4, Episode 5
A War Zone 1
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Airdate October 26, 2016
Written by Tiller Russell
Directed by Eriq La Salle
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A War Zone is the fifth forth episode of the forth season and the 66th overall episode of Chicago P.D.

SummaryEdit

The Intelligence Unit investigates after a body and a bag full of fentanyl, a drug that has been linked to a string of overdoses throughout Chicago, wash ashore. Meanwhile, Platt informs Tay that she has been reassigned to her original post, and Mouse causes tension within the unit as he continues to try and have a felony charge dropped so he can reenlist in the Army.

Cast Edit

Main CastEdit

Crossover CastEdit

Recurring CastEdit

Guest CastEdit

  • Li Jun Li as Julie Tay
  • Brendan Dooling as Scott "Scoot" Fitzgerald
  • Marcus Giamatti as Jerry
  • Abraham Lim as Tony Chin
  • Leo Lee as Walter Ng
  • Zachary Hernandez as Chase
  • Kevin Hope as Red
  • Pat Parks as Theresa Clarendon
  • Jennie Sophia as Leigh Crewes
  • David Alan Anderson as Sgt. Martinez
  • Miguel Lepe Jr. as Attendant
  • Sally Elting as Sadie
  • Adam Poss as Paramedic Adam
  • Monette McLin as Nurse
  • Meighan Gerachis as Forensic Officer
  • Tae Chourb as Bodyguard #1
  • Keiji Asada as Bodyguard #2
  • Jason Uzarraga as Bodyguard #3

Quotes Edit

Voight: (pulling a marked $20 bill off a busted dealer) The mustache on Jackson, I drew it.


Burgess: Why would somebody stab their husband, and then go to class?
Platt: Because some people are crazy, Burgess.


Halstead: Him going back is not the right move for him.
Lindsay: For YOU, him going back is not the right move for YOU. But if it was you, if you wanted to go back, would you let ANYBODY get in your way?


Burgess: And this is Sergeant Platt, the one I told you about.
Platt: You a Hawks fan?
(Chase nods, she holds up a team sweatshirt)
Platt: Good, because I need a Wingman to watch the game for me while I'm chained to this desk, can you do that for me?
Chase: Sure.


Voight: ( Mouse) Not doing your job isn't working for you either.
Halstead: (to Voight) I talked to him.
Voight: (to Halstead) I'm not talking to you.