As Trig struggles with Jake and Imani to a certain degree, Kiesha missing for nearly three days brings high-level anxiety to her family.
After addressing Brandon, "The Chi" addresses the multiple younger characters who are teenagers, or are doing their best to grip with pending adulthood.
Season 2 of The Chi, despite issues caused by Jason Mitchell, retains the vibe of being a high-brow urban drama which balances both the dark and beauty of an urban area.
The Chi: Season 2, Episode 10 “The Scorpion and The Frog” [Season Finale] – Recap, Review (with Spoilers)
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.
The Chi: Season 2, Episode 9 “Guilt, Viral Videos, and Ass Whuppings” – Recap, Review (with Spoilers)
As the show preps for Brandon’s exit, it becomes clear there is more than enough going on that his time can be used well.
As we approach the season finale and know certain people are going to be written off, you’re left to question if others may join them?
Creator of The Chi, Lena Waithe, speaks out on Jason Mitchell, how things were handled, and how they will affect season 3
Alongside venturing into Detective Cruz’s past, part Detective Toussaint’s is revealed, and Jerrika makes a big move. As does Douda to make sure Brandon becomes a fat fish.
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.
It’s an episode of redemption, sweetness, and perhaps a rare reprieve in The Chi. Well, before it likely goes to hell.