Intelligence keeps getting bogged down with scandal after scandal.
It's amazing they still have the manpower to get anything done.
First, Olinsky died, then Antonio had a drug problem and his daughter was kidnapped, then Ruzek took the fall for Antonio, and now, Atwater got shot!
They just cannot catch a break.
And that wasn't even the craziest thing to happen on Chicago PD Season 6 Episode 11.
On several occasions, Halstead reminded us that this is Chicago, a place fueled by corrupt politics and shady campaigns.
When a well-known defense attorney, Hoffman, was shot and killed in his home, Voight was surprised to find out Mayoral candidate and Superintendent of Police, Kelton, was the prime suspect.
Now, if you're an avid Chicago PD Fanatic like I am, you're probably able to sniff out the suspect within a few minutes of each episode.
Chicago politics never disappoints.
Halstead Permalink: Chicago politics never disappoints. Added: January 16, 2019 As Kelton and Brennan exchanged dubious glances, and Kelton became too invested with getting updates on the case, it was clear that he was involved in some way.
And man, he's such a hypocrite!
The definition of hypocritical is standing on a podium exclaiming that as Mayor, you won't be getting into bed with gangs all while being in bed with gangs to score more votes from the South Side.
I couldn't help but wonder how an intelligent man like Kelton could pride Voight on being "the best of the best" during his event and then seriously assume that Voight wouldn't put all the pieces together and connect Griffin to him.
Maybe he hoped he could just get away with is because of his high-profile. But don't worry, he'll get what's coming sooner or later.
Admittedly, Brennan was a bit of a surprise, but it was a logical way to bring her back into the fold and reignite her rigid relationship with Voight.
Plus, we knew there would come a time where she would ask Voight to return the favor for helping out Olinsky.
This put Voight in a rather difficult position by the end as he wanted to do the right thing and nail Kelton and Brennan for putting Atwater's life in danger, but he also owed her.
Jay interjected as the voice of reason reminding Voight that this would be a long game, which also teased our brand new story-arc.
Related: 25 TV Characters Who Would Make Great Fitness Friends I don't doubt Voight could take them both down, but Brennan made a good point about Voight being the epitome of crossing the line and looking the other way.
We all know Voight operates on a 'favor' basis. If he makes too many enemies, he won't have enough people in top positions to grant him said favors.
Perhaps looking the other way on Kelton could be the ammo he needs to free Ruzek from COPA's grip.
The COPA situation is looming in the background, but aside from a loud altercation with Voigh..