Season 5 of “The Chi” continues to give what is expected, in terms of presenting a complex view of the city, while making improvements to how the girls and women are developed.
Browsing: The Chi: Season 5
While no one physically dies in the 5th season finale of “The Chi,” a handful of dreams potentially do, but many others present a silver lining.
Grace is a major theme in this episode as apologies are issued, and paths to reconciliation are paved. But that doesn’t mean multiple mistakes will be allowed.
It’s Valentine’s Day, and for many, it is a turning point in their lives and relationships and coerces difficult conversations.
It’s a hard episode for some as Kiesha is at her wit’s end, Jemma goes through something traumatic, and Bakari’s situation becomes unstable.
As Tiff learns about Emmett and Kiesha, Victor learns why Roselyn wants to be involved in ROCK, and Peaches struggles with Victor’s baggage.
In “We Don’t Have To Take Our Clothes Off,” we’re reminded that nearly every character is about community at the end of the day. It’s just some with more exploitative intentions.
As Victor’s campaign announcement comes, changes are made at ROCK, Jemma and Maisha become closer, and so much more.
It’s Christmas in Chicago, and it is the perfect time for new couples to form, solidify, or question if they should stay together as the new year approaches.
As Emmett seeks new advice on co-parenting and being a man, Trig evolves into Victor, who struggles with the idea of what it takes to run for City Council.