As people start new chapters in their lives, there is a struggle to let go of the familiar as old faces keep coming around, and for some, the unknown feels too scary to venture alone.
Once more, there are signs presented that The Chi is going to shift its focus with the exit of a character, but who is leaving, and where will the show go? Come find out.
For the most part, “Love Jones” acts as a reprieve from the drama thus far as reconciliations happen and love blooms between characters.
In The Chi’s return, at least 8 or so months have passed, and in that time, Chicago may not have changed, but the people we know have.
As this tumultuous and traumatic season of The Chi comes to an end, will there be joy or more heartache in the final moments?
In an episode focused on Kiesha and her household, we learn more about certain characters than ever before.
After addressing Brandon, “The Chi” addresses the multiple younger characters who are teenagers, or are doing their best to grip with pending adulthood.
The ladies of The Chi continue to get a voice as Keisha gets features and Emmet’s past partners. Alongside this, Brandon decides to get a leg up and Ronnie reveals a trigger to Jada.
Violence begets violence, and there can never be peace as long as revenge links together like chains. In other words, things only get worse for damn near everyone.