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Big Friends, Big Enemies
NBC
Big Friends, Big Enemies (S04E04) is the fourth episode of season four of "Chicago P.D." r... More Big Friends, Big Enemies (S04E04) is the fourth episode of season four of "Chicago P.D." released on Wed Oct 12, 2016. Over 5,617 TV Time users rated it a 8.32/10 with their favorite characters being LaRoyce Hawkins as Kevin Atwater, Sophia Bush as Erin Lindsay and Jason Beghe as Hank Voight.
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October 2016

Voight 😂😂😂

Voight 😂😂😂
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October 2016

The beginning of the end.. we'll miss you, Antonio.

The beginning of the end.. we'll miss you, Antonio.
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October 2016

Where's Mouse?? Who's this new lady 'Jenny' 😭😭

Where's Mouse?? Who's this new lady 'Jenny' 😭😭
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October 2016

Antonio leaving Chicago PD 💔

Antonio leaving Chicago PD 💔
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October 2016

They're low-key foreshadowing Antonio's departure, and I just can't deal with it! We can't lose Antonio AND Mouse in one season! 💔😭

They're low-key foreshadowing Antonio's departure, and I just can't deal with it! We can't lose Antonio AND Mouse in one season! 💔😭
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October 2016

What's up with Hank pulling men by their facial hair in this episode? Now we know why Jay never keeps his facial hair 😂

What's up with Hank pulling men by their facial hair in this episode? Now we know why Jay never keeps his facial hair 😂
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October 2016

So we agree, no one like Jenny so... Bring Mouse back ASAP!!

So we agree, no one like Jenny so... Bring Mouse back ASAP!!
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October 2016

"DO YOUR THING BABE"
this deleted linstead scene should've been kept in 💞💞

"DO YOUR THING BABE" 
this deleted linstead scene should've been kept in 💞💞
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October 2016

That episode kicked hard, straight to the heart and brought some sad memories back.
We are all in this together it can happen to anybody.

If you saw last chicago fire episode something new happened to Antonio and since I've learned he is leaving to join the cast of chicago justice.
So it is a great news actually, he is gonna be the link of the Chicago family.

That episode kicked hard, straight to the heart and brought some sad memories back.
We are all in this together it can happen to anybody.

If you saw last chicago fire episode something new happened to Antonio and since I've learned he is leaving to join the cast of chicago justice.
So it is a great news actually, he is gonna be the link of the Chicago family.
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October 2016

I....am....not...okay...with...Mouse....leaving! HE BETTER NOT!!!! i dont like this Jenny character! ( wails)

I....am....not...okay...with...Mouse....leaving! HE BETTER NOT!!!! i dont like this Jenny character! ( wails)
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October 2016

Voight, the man who grab beard

Voight, the man who grab beard
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October 2016

Chicago PD definitely knows how to make an impact... Causing their audience to squeal and squirm... The opening scene is reminiscent of both the recent shootings in Orlando & the truck attack in Nice. It's the type is scene that makes your stomach fall to the floor... And of course, the team would first assume terrorism, what a heinous attack!

Once again, we see remnants of jumbled storylines tho... Tay is missing as is Mouse... In my review last week I noted that they switched E3 with E5... And was extremely upset about it, because not only did they spoil things to come, by doing so it took away the full effect of what should've been a haunting episode... And a barnburner for Platt.

If you watched Chicago Fire's S5 premiere just yesterday, it was suddenly clear why CPD's episodes were so carelessly switched... Firehouse 51 responded to a call at a party, when they got their Tay & Burgess were there together. So really, NBC... Really, Dick Wolf... You sacrificed the integrity of one of your most effective and haunting procedurals, all because you had a scene that showed Tay and Burgess together?! What's more important... The timeline of Chicago PD or a brief appearance of someone, who obviously disappears, that only is in the scene in Chicago Fire for a few seconds.

I have to admit, this more than pisses me off. Once again, I see comments up and down @tvshowtime and Twitter of confused fans. Where's Mouse? Why no send off? Why isn't Butgess with Tay? We have a great episode here... A gang war is sparked between two rival gangs and there's devastation everywhere... And in the end it's all caused by a couple of kids with wifi. Atwater gets a much deserved spotlight (you nailed it, buddy, btw), his character fleshed out further... But the impact is once again eclipsed by the confusion of the episode switch. It's unfair that they've kicked what's obviously going to be a brilliant season off with such disrespect. I'm a fan of all the One Chicago shows... But my heart will always be with Chicago PD... So treat it RIGHT!!!

Chicago PD definitely knows how to make an impact... Causing their audience to squeal and squirm... The opening scene is reminiscent of both the recent shootings in Orlando & the truck attack in Nice. It's the type is scene that makes your stomach fall to the floor... And of course, the team would first assume terrorism, what a heinous attack! 

Once again, we see remnants of jumbled storylines tho... Tay is missing as is Mouse...  In my review last week I noted that they switched E3 with E5... And was extremely upset about it, because not only did they spoil things to come, by doing so it took away the full effect of what should've been a haunting episode... And a barnburner for Platt. 

If you watched Chicago Fire's S5 premiere just yesterday, it was suddenly clear why CPD's episodes were so carelessly switched... Firehouse 51 responded to a call at a party, when they got their Tay & Burgess were there together. So really, NBC... Really, Dick Wolf... You sacrificed the integrity of one of your most effective and haunting procedurals, all because you had a scene that showed Tay and Burgess together?! What's more important... The timeline of Chicago PD or a brief appearance of someone, who obviously disappears, that only is in the scene in Chicago Fire for a few seconds. 

I have to admit, this more than pisses me off. Once again, I see comments up and down @tvshowtime and Twitter of confused fans. Where's Mouse? Why no send off? Why isn't Butgess with Tay? We have a great episode here... A gang war is sparked between two rival gangs and there's devastation everywhere... And in the end it's all caused by a couple of kids with wifi. Atwater gets a much deserved spotlight (you nailed it, buddy, btw), his character fleshed out further... But the impact is once again eclipsed by the confusion of the episode switch. It's unfair that they've kicked what's obviously going to be a brilliant season off with such disrespect. I'm a fan of all the One Chicago shows... But my heart will always be with Chicago PD... So treat it RIGHT!!!
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