While the tone and vibe are a bit corny, it’s easy to get sucked in by the leads’ chemistry and their different perspectives as hunters.
Browsing: Jet Wilkinson
In an episode focused on Kiesha and her household, we learn more about certain characters than ever before.
As darkness descends upon the southside, it illuminates a few in regards to the situation they are in. Both good and bad.
Ronnie finds a lead on Kiesha case that brings Nina to tears as Kevin goes on a date, and we bring more focus to Douda’s mayoral campaign.
After addressing Brandon, “The Chi” addresses the multiple younger characters who are teenagers, or are doing their best to grip with pending adulthood.
While we already knew certain characters wouldn’t make it past this season, additional names get added, and it becomes clear there is a lot of change on the horizon.
It’s an episode of redemption, sweetness, and perhaps a rare reprieve in The Chi. Well, before it likely goes to hell.
Everyone struggles to either grow up, find stability, or just not succumb to the bad side of Chicago.