Nov 20, 2014

After witnessing an explosive spat outside a sex club between his rich client Asher and Asher’s wife Layla, Antonio drives Asher to a gas station to pick up some cigarettes. But when he returns to the SUV, Asher’s dead from a gunshot to the head and a sack of diamonds is missing. It’s a robbery gone sidewise, all on Antonio’s off-duty watch. To make matters worse, turns out Asher had international priors for stealing diamonds. This means that, regardless of whether he finds the murderer, Antonio could lose his job and his pension because he worked for a known felon. Voight and Olinsky vow to protect Antonio – and spearhead the investigation.

Antonio ropes Roman into Intelligence in order to capitalize on his knowledge of Asher, then interviews Layla. Without expressing a drip of remorse, she denies any involvement in her husband’s murder, despite Antonio’s gut feeling that she orchestrated the whole thing. Lindsay finds a connection between Asher and a jittery jeweler named Wells, who later confesses that someone tried to unload Asher’s diamonds. Security footage from the store reveals an image of the shady seller, but the footage proves worthless without an accurate ID. Could this guy be someone Layla met at the sex club?

Voight seizes the opportunity and instructs Halstead and Lindsay to pose as a couple and infiltrate the sex club. Once inside, they find a bartender who confirms that the man from the footage is a regular at the club named Terry – the same person Layla mentioned during the fight with Asher the night of his murder. The bartender also leads them to a jeweler who accepted the diamonds, but once Roman and Antonio interview him, he reveals the diamonds as fakes. With Antonio and Roman’s urging, the jeweler sets up a meeting with Terry outside the Field Museum – except Terry pushes for an earlier time, leaving Antonio and Roman without backup. Terry pulls a gun when he spots Antonio and the two engage in a fistfight outside the museum. Antonio knocks him cold and they drag Terry into interrogation.

That is where Terry finds out Layla played him: he will take the rap for the murder and do the time, while she keeps the real diamonds. So where’s Layla, anyway? Just so happens she asks for Antonio right outside District 21. Cool and in control, she hands Antonio all her records and assures him her only contact with Terry existed in the club. No paper trail, no evidence. Oh – and she cuts Antonio a check for his security services, her last move before leaving for Florida. Looks like she thought of everything.

But when Antonio returns to the office, looks like the Ivory Tower still wants his badge and gun while they launch an internal investigation – until Olinksy (under Voight’s instructions) produces folders of reports that prove Antonio worked undercover and used Roman’s security company as a front. Lucky for Antonio, the paperwork appears legit; he keeps his job. He holds back his emotions and thanks Olinsky and Voight for their help… but it’s clear that no one will talk about this case ever again.

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Nov 16, 2014 – Jon Seda, who stars as Antonio Dawson in the NBC drama “Chicago P.D.”, is talking up Chicago and the second season of his hit television series.

From his TV roles including “Homicide: Life on the Street” or “UC: Undercover” to the movies “Gladiator”, “Price of Glory”, “12 Monkeys” and “Selena”, the 42-year-old Seda has been acting steadily for over a decade-and-a-half.

Jerry Nunn caught up with Seda on the Chicago set of “Chicago P.D.”

JN: (Jerry Nunn) Hi, Jon. Where are you from originally?
JS: (Jon Seda) I was born in New York but I grew up in New Jersey.

JN: How has Chicago been?
JS: Chicago has been great. I did my first movie out here back in 1990. It was a boxing movie called Gladiator. It was not the Gladiator that everybody saw! (laughs) We shot here and it was freezing then. It is good to come back. I have spent a lot of time here. I enjoy the mystery of Chicago and going around to places. Now it is a different time and it is very nice.

JN: Tell people about your character on Chicago P.D.
JS: I play Detective Antonio Dawson who was first introduced on Chicago Fire. My sister Gabriela Dawson is played by Monica Raymund. That is where I started and it spun over to Chicago P.D.

My character loves what he does. He’s a police officer and a family man. He loves his family. He will do whatever is needed as long as it is by the book and done the right way. He tries not to do anything that hinges on, dare I say, breaking the law. Like our title says, “Break the rules, don’t break the law.”

He that guy that is kind of honest. He’s a guy you trust and a good cop, very smart, and a guy you want on your side.

JN: How is the filming going so far?
JS: It is going great. We are up to episode seven, which is actually going to air as nine because they are still preparing the real seven. It is the big crossover episode between SVU, Fire, and P.D.

JN: These writers are crazy!
JS: I don’t know how they do it.

JN: Do you do your own stunts?
JS: I do most of my own things, of course, within reason. I’ve had to realize that I am an actor. People are going to think I did it anyway. I try to do my own driving and my own take downs, as long they are going to be seen. We can’t risk getting hurt. If we get hurt it could end the whole season. We try to do most of the stunts.

JN: Tell me about your hair in Selena.
JS: I miss that hair.

JN: Did you grow it out for the role?
JS: Not all of it. Most of it was mine. It was down to my shoulders then they added it because Chris Perez who I played in the movie had hair down to here. He’s like Slash! It was really curly and mine is straight. I had to curl mine up and do all of that. It was a good time.

JN: Do you have a favorite Jennifer Lopez story?
JS: You know it’s funny. People always come up to me and ask how it was kissing JLo. I like to tell people, “Hey, she got paid a million dollars to kiss me!” She was a sweetheart. She was great. She did such an incredible job in that film. Everyone had a tough job. It was a very emotional film to work on. For me I actually had the guy that I was portraying with me on the set.

JN: What are you doing after this?
JS: Just this, it is pretty much taking up all of my time. Oh, I did write a film that I am trying to get off the ground. It is a boxing based film. It is an homage to my former boxing trainer who is in the Boxing Hall of Fame. I trained at his gym in Jersey City. Boxing is what I wanted to do but acting came out of nowhere. I never got a chance to say goodbye to him. He passed away when I finally made it to go back to the gym. He had passed a year before I went looking for him.

This just happened. I became an actor and the next thing I know I am in Hollywood. I never got a chance to say goodbye. This is my way to have an homage to him. I created a story that is loosely based on real events that I experienced. It is something that I am looking to direct. I feel it could be an actor’s film. I am trying to get it off the ground so if there is anybody out there that wants to invest in an amazing project with me directing give me a call.

JN: Are you doing a Kickstarter for it?
JS: Yes, I am checking out all different angles and venues. I have someone right now that is finishing up breaking it down and getting a schedule together. It is based in New Jersey but walking around Chicago I don’t see why we can’t emulate Jersey here. If we used a sound stage we could shoot it here. Most of it is interior with some exterior shots. There’s a shot in Vegas. With Chicago P.D. going on this is a passion project of mine. It allows me to really dive in to work on it. Maybe during the next hiatus it is something I can shoot.

Chicago P.D. is currently crossing over Wednesdays on NBC.

Nov 13, 2014

The Intelligence team rushes to Chicago Med to find Lewellen and his guard – a longtime Chicago officer and an instructor at the academy – both murdered. This hits hard and when New York Special Victims Unit detectives Amaro and Rollins arrive in Chicago with Voight, everyone volunteers to do their part to catch the killer and find the snakehead of the pedophilia ring.

Amaro and Ruzek follow an odd financial connection between Lewellen and a nursing home resident with no knowledge of his involvement. Turns out Lewellen funneled money through the resident’s daughter, Matilda Hughes, who in turn used her position at the Department of Child and Family Services to refer children to a crooked foster parent. This foster parent then shuffled the children from Chicago to New York. Problem is, each one of these contacts ends up dead, Hughes in her own apartment in an apparent murder, and the foster parent from a self-inflicted gunshot… that occurs in front of Lindsay and Rollins.

The case looks dead until Roman and Burgess finally snag an ID on the shooter from a local boxer. Intelligence and SVU set their sights on Todd Ledbetter, but he gets the jump on them outside his apartment and ignites a chase. Amaro and Halstead sprint through the neighborhood and over rooftops, just a few steps behind Ledbetter. Unfortunately, the chase ends when Ledbetter slips off a roof to his death. Inside Ledbetter’s apartment, Lindsay manages to rescue a missing girl named Amy, one of two known missing children. Lindsay takes Amy home instead of dropping her back into the foster system, determined to protect her from any future abuses.

Again at a loss with the case, Voight receives more bad news – in 24 hours, Commander Fischer will redirect the case to Major Crimes, citing a conflict of interest between Lindsay and a victim in the pedophilia ring, her brother Teddy. This forces Voight to call in a favor to Benson from SVU. She hops on the next plane to Chicago and joins the rest of the team at Intelligence.

Meanwhile, with Lindsay’s urging, Bunny helps track down Teddy and the three of them meet in a diner. Lindsay pressures Teddy to help them with the investigation and he reluctantly accompanies her to District 21, only to pause in front of the evidence board… he recognizes the head of DCFS as the leader of the ring, the snakehead. Stunned, Intelligence arrests Bill Van Camp and drops him in the cage where Voight starts his patented form of interrogation – until Benson stops him. She demands two minutes with the perp and pleads with Van Camp to at least give up the location of the other known missing child. With Benson’s convincing, he leads Intelligence to one last stash house where they rescue the child – dazed, rattled, but alive.

With the case finally settled and Van Camp in jail for the crimes, SVU heads back to New York. Teddy agrees to stay with Bunny for the time being and, in an emotional moment, Lindsay locates a single, trustworthy foster home for both of the rescued children. After an intense case that reaches across two cities and dozens of lives, at last there’s a silver lining.

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Nov 13, 2014

The action begins right where Chicago Fire “Nobody Touches Anything” left off, with Detectives Lindsay and Halstead en route to New York City after finding pornographic images in the house of a fire victim, Andrew Lewellen…

In NYC, Benson finds a link between the images found in the fire and a known video ring that’s been sex trafficking children for over a decade. The pedophilia club is still active and has updated to live streaming child abuse. The plan is to find Teddy to get more information, but he was last seen as a child.

At the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, the team watches a video from the Chess & Checkers club of a boy handcuffed to a bed with an off-camera man telling club members they can call in special requests for what to do to Henry. The video is located on the deep web and is basically untraceable.

Fin finds a mug shot that matches age-progressed photos of Teddy of a kid named Ted arrested five years back for solicitation. The last place he was seen was at a youth center. When Fin and Amaro speak with the center’s director, she leads them to Jocelyn Hale, a girl Teddy was friends with. Rollins and Halstead track her down at her high school; she’s a success story and has left the life of prostitution behind. She hasn’t seen Teddy in years but last she heard he was still working the piers as a prostitute.

At the piers, Rollins and Amaro encounter a man dressed in club clothes and makeup. He doesn’t have an ID, but he could be Teddy… with a lot of mileage. They bring him back to the station and Lindsay recognizes him as her brother. He’s angry with her and doesn’t want to talk – he just wants to go back to the pier. He can’t, though – they’ve got him for possession. Lindsay is wracked with guilt over not hunting for her brother when he first disappeared, but Benson reminds her she was only 15 years old – what was she supposed to do?

Benson talks with Teddy and explains that the same people who did terrible things to him when he was 13 are doing the same things to other kids right now and she needs his help finding them. He refuses to talk, and when she mentions Jocelyn, he totally shuts down. So Rollins and Amaro revisit Jocelyn to try to get more info. When they tell her that he was a victim of a sex trafficking ring 10 years ago, she freaks out and runs off. They didn’t just know each other from the streets – she was also a victim of the Chess & Checkers club. After going through footage of Jocelyn, the detectives realize one of the guys who raped her was none other than a 17-year-old Teddy.

Teddy admits to SVU that he was the one in the video. But he also says it was his idea – he knew they would send in someone older and rougher if he didn’t have sex with Jocelyn. She was his friend and he was trying to protect her. After that, they turned him out on his own because he aged out, which is how he ended up on the street. He doesn’t remember much about where he was held and who held him, but he does recall one middle-aged white guy who everyone was scared of. He said the way they got to him in the first place was when he went to the youth center for the first time. George, the security guard, told him there was a way out…

The youth center director confirms that George has been working with the center for years and befriends the kids. He was especially close with a boy who he claimed ran away a week ago – Henry. Benson, Halstead and Lindsay chase him down, but during the chase, Lindsay collides with a biker and ends up in the hospital with a concussion. When she wakes up, Voight is there to send her back to Chicago. He’ll take it from here.

Sergeant Voight meets with Benson to get caught up. They have only a few hours before the Chess & Checkers live show starts with Henry as its unwilling star. Amaro and Rollins are in the box interrogating George when Voight barges in to do things his way. He isn’t exactly a “play nice” kind of guy and gets physical with George until Benson pulls him out and puts him in his place. George finally admits he was paid to send “young actors” to a guy in a grey SUV. He doesn’t know who he is.

Later, Voight and Teddy come face to face and Voight apologizes for not taking better care of him. But there’s no time to reminisce – they need to find the room Henry is being held in. Teddy is a dead end, and Jocelyn doesn’t want to relive her abuse, so Voight suggests going undercover to guilt Jocelyn into talking. Benson and Voight pose as Henry’s parents and beg Jocelyn to help the investigation. She reluctantly agrees.

When Jocelyn and Teddy are reunited at the station, the memories start flooding back. Jocelyn recognizes the room Henry is being held in, and remembers driving over a long bridge to get there – likely in Staten Island. She recognizes the name of the live stream host as Bob and Teddy recalls his last name as Clinton. The team searches for Bob Clintons in Staten Island with grey SUVs as the live stream countdown ticks down…

Rollins has a lead! She sends Benson and Voight to follow up on it while she and Halstead watch the live stream as Henry is prepped for the show. Suddenly, Voight bursts in. The show is over.

Fin, Amaro, Benson and Voight bring in the four men running the live stream. But just when they think it’s over, Rollins finds a new live stream scheduled to start tomorrow. The club is still in business – from another location. Voight and Benson interrogate Clinton, trying to find his boss, the snakehead. Clinton knows things, but refuses to help without full immunity. SVU is going to think about it, but until then, Clinton’s heading to the Tombs.

The next morning, while waiting for the DA to discuss making a deal with Clinton, Benson gets a call. Clinton was killed while in protective custody in the Tombs by an inmate named Lester Davis. Lester’s girlfriend made a call to him early in the morning and an hour later, Clinton was shivved. The night before, she got a call and then was wired money. Someone paid for her boyfriend to make sure Clinton couldn’t talk. The call came from a throwaway cell, but they do know it was purchased in Chicago. Just then, Voight gets a call from Lindsay. Andrew Lewellen and the cop guarding him were both shot to death twenty minutes earlier.

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Nov 12, 2014

Severide – all smiles for the first time in a long while – marches into Firehouse 51 with some important news from his trip to Las Vegas… he got married! He shares the details to prove the marriage actually occurred, but everyone remains skeptical. Even Casey – who offers to let the newlyweds stay at the apartment – places a bet on how long this impulsive marriage will last.

But when a worried Dawson confronts Severide one-on-one, he stays steadfast in his decision, refuting her assertion that he’s hiding his unsettled emotions about Shay’s death behind the marriage. He points out that not only is he happy, but that Dawson and Casey are the ones hiding. This strikes a chord with Dawson and it’s not until she sees Severide with new wife Brittany Baker that she feels at ease. Brittany manages to address the craziness of the situation head-on and impresses the whole gang with her personality (and donuts). At first angry with Casey for offering up their apartment to someone they hardly know, Dawson soon admits to liking Brittany and, indeed, that the newlyweds appear happy.

That being said, in private Severide and Brittany express their uncertainty to each other. Are they doing the right thing? Is this happening too fast? In either case, they confess their love for each other and agree that meeting and marrying in Vegas saved their lives. They kiss, both emotional, both ready to take on the world together.

Meanwhile, Newhouse continues to take on the world in secret, avoiding Mills’ questions regarding fresh bruises and instead offering up another job opportunity. But even after another successful (albeit sketchy) job with Newhouse, Mills discovers a death threat in his friend’s car at the station. Upset, Mills rips into Newhouse for bringing his problems into Firehouse 51. Newhouse finally reveals his motivation for all the outside gigs: his daughter’s academic decathlon team made the finals in Washington D.C. and he needs $2,000 to cover her expenses. This softens Mills who, with Casey’s help, raises cash at Molly’s for the cause. The money stuns Newhouse, but Mills assures him this is just part of being 51 family. They help each other out.

An even newer member of the firehouse family, Brett, signs up for a highly rated Zumba class in order to bring a little of her old Indiana routine into Chicago. But less than a minute into her first day she makes a shocking discovery – Cruz is the teacher! Just as shocked as Sylvie, Cruz pulls her aside and pleads with her to stay quiet about his second career. In exchange for her silence, she offers to teach him how to cook for Molly’s II, explaining that she loves to cook, but on her own schedule. Baffled by his good fortune, Cruz accepts and the next day she teaches Cruz a recipe for an impressive ravioli dish. Could this be the signature dish that sets Molly’s II apart from all the other food trucks? Mouch, Herrmann and Otis seem to think so…

Later, at a routine apartment fire rescue, Severide stumbles upon a box full of disturbing photos, each one involving young children. Concerned, he calls in Chicago P.D. and detectives Lindsay and Voight take the photos into evidence. Lindsay pores over them at District 21, but stops hard when she sees a familiar face… her long-lost brother Ted, about 10 years old in the photo. Voight consoles her as she tears up, but when they discover a link between the photos and a database of missing children in New York, Lindsay knows her next move.

She’s going to New York City’s Special Victims Unit.

For the conclusion of #CrossoverWeek, watch Law & Order: SVU and Chicago P.D. tonight, starting at 9/8c.

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Nov 10, 2014 – If nothing else, the folks over at “Law & Order: SVU” are certainly liberal when it comes to their script teases. After all, we’ve seen some further proof of it below!

The latest tease, posted on the Twitter account of showrunner Warren Leight, gives you a pretty big dose of what’s going to be coming up in the crossover event with “Chicago PD.” This includes getting to see some familiar faces from the show like Halstead and Lindsay working alongside Benson and Amaro as they try to stop a massive operation that is targeting and sexually exploiting children.

We imagine there being quite a few interesting moments during this event that will be interesting to watch unfold. For example, Benson and Voight are two people who command respect, but also handle police work in entirely different ways. How will they function when forced to work alongside each other? For NBC’s marketing department, they must appreciate having Sophia Bush and Mariska Hargitay together, since these two alongside Debra Messing have made up their entire Wednesday-night campaign.

This is not the first time we’ve seen a crossover between these different limbs of Dick Wolf’s TV empire, and we have a hard time thinking that it will also be the last. The only thing we are really hoping for is that there continue to be interesting, organic ways to bring everyone together. The last thing that we want to see is any of these appearances feel forced in any way. The shows are good enough on their own.

Nov 10, 2014 – If you love the entire Dick Wolf universe over on NBC, then we imagine that next week is when you are going to be bouncing up and down. “Chicago Fire,” “Chicago PD,” and “Law & Order: SVU” are going to have a crossover event that features all three shows working together in some way. Specifically, it seems as though “Chicago PD” is going to be the pivot-point for the other two series to gravitate around.

We haven’t discussed too much of the “Chicago Fire” component of this, so this does seem like a great opportunity to do so. Things begin with Severide (Taylor Kinney) brings in the police, and then he happens to see none other than Lindsay (Sophia Bush) arrive. Given their history, you could imagine that this could be a little bit complicated. Luckily, executive producer Matt Olmstead tells TV Guide that the way this situation plays out may end up surprising you:

“When she shows up, he’s a little bit on his heels expecting, ‘Oh boy… how’s this gonna go? [But] she’s completely ingenuous and checks in on him and gets to business. So, it was [actually] a very nice moment.”

When the dust finally settles, we do feel like there is a little bit of hope still for these two characters to be together, but it is going to take a whole lot of time. The most difficult component of it may just be logistics; it is no easy challenge to have Lindsay and Severide showing up on each other’s shows constantly in addition to their own. Even if they both film close to one another, that is a whole lot of hours in a day.

Nov 6, 2014

A neighborhood shooting leaves a 10-year-old girl dead in the street, but it’s more than just another murder. Mya Watkins was a key witness in a robbery that fingers a hot basketball prospect named Derrick Grant. No eyewitness testimony, no charges. Moreover, the murder occurred in Atwater’s neighborhood and he vows to bring the murderer to justice.

Some key digging lands a connection between Grant and his uncle Tucker, a known criminal serving time in federal prison. Seems like a solid lead… until ATF forbids Intelligence from contacting Tucker due to his ongoing cooperation in a separate investigation. Atwater pleads with Voight to send him undercover and Voight relents, sending him and Ruzek as undercover prisoners. Antonio joins them in the prison as an undercover guard.

But no sooner do they plant themselves in the prison than a deal goes down that lands Tucker in protective custody, an area off-limits to the average prisoner. In order to join Tucker there, Ruzek takes a major risk and starts a riot in the dining hall – by targeting Atwater. The move works, and whisks a bruised Atwater into protective custody. Unfortunately, after reviewing tape from the incident and identifying Ruzek as the cause, guards remove him from general population… and into solitary confinement.

Meanwhile, Platt orders Burgess and Roman to act as guides to young Police Explorer candidates, a program Roman credits with his own interest in police. Even with Roman’s game involvement, the boys ditch him halfway through and steal the new commander’s vehicle. Platt later explains she lied about the boys – they’re not Explorers, they’re at-risk youth. After Roman and Burgess retrieve the car and the kids, Platt admits her error in judgment and resolves to lock the group up for their actions. But Roman decides to let the kids off the hook. Everyone gets one chance, even if they don’t deserve it.

Roman takes a different view with Olinsky when yet another tense encounter between the two ends with Roman explaining the reason for his attitude. In 2007, Roman’s partner took a couple of bullets during an undercover sting where they provided support for Olinsky and his team, except Olinsky chose to follow the shooter and not help Roman’s wounded partner. Even though Olinsky believes his move resulted in a good arrest, Roman stays firm. His partner’s in a wheelchair now, and Olinsky could have prevented that.

Back at District 21, Voight and Olinsky pull Grant in for questioning – he denies any connection to the murder. Voight issues him a stern warning, but it’s not until Lindsay and Halstead track down the shooter’s car that Voight and Olinsky use their patented form of rough interrogation on a crooked manager at the impound lot. He yields under pressure and the case finally breaks with the discovery of the shooter’s name – Martel. Intelligence raids Martel’s apartment and, after a brief tussle, take him into custody where he admits to killing Mya – under orders from Tucker.

In protective custody, Atwater uses the newfound intel and makes contact with a skeptical Tucker, posing as a go-between sent by Martel to demand a larger cut from Mya’s murder. Tucker’s response indicates his involvement – and Grant’s role. But before Atwater can relay the confession to Intelligence, one of Tucker’s henchmen outs Atwater as a cop. Atwater fights off the henchman and knocks away Tucker’s shiv. In a rage, Atwater beats Tucker until Antonio pulls him away. They have their man now.

After careful consideration and some support from Halstead, Lindsay finally agrees to meet up with the persistent Steve Kot, an assistant state attorney. He reiterates the offer on the table – control of her own strike force for the Feds. She remains cautious – would this task force help prevent crimes like the murder of a 10-year-old girl? He says yes, and Lindsay appears intrigued…

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