Spoilers ahead to Episode 12 Chicago MedSeason 7 called “What You Don’t Know Can’t Hurt You.”
Ethan ChoiHe made his triumphant comeback to Chicago MedWith an episode that started with him all smiles His recovery has been a success. from his surgery, but the smiles wouldn’t last too long after his plans with Dr. CharlesThey were shocked to hear that his father was suffering from some medical issues. He ultimately learned that his dad was dying from a brain tumor that he’d known about for a year without telling his son, and it got even worse. His dad had more or less forced him to leave on an errand and he didn’t want his son to see him die. Poor Ethan. Hit by another tragedySo, how can you? MedMove forward
Well, Med won’t move forward by shifting focus to Ethan’s mourning process in the aftermath of his dad’s sudden death, and actor Brian Tee’s His character makes it even more logical to make commentsIn hindsight, the episode aired. Diane Frolov, coshowrunner, revealed in December when Ethan would be back. TV Insider, and it wasn’t Episode 12. She shared that he’ll return in Episode 18, which won’t air for quite some time, as “What You Don’t Know Can’t Hurt You”The last episode of MedNBC will continue to broadcast the Olympics until after they are over.
While it’s not impossible that the show will deliver some updates on Ethan and his mourning process during the five episodes before Brian Tee comes back again full time, the odds seem to be that MedThe tragedy surrounding Ethan’s father’s death will be handled by the cast, while it is kept off-screen. Tee smashed this episode just like he did in the previous episode. He smashed his episode of Season 7So fans are getting some interesting storylines even though they only get a short amount of screen time. He will return for the final season. It just appears that however he immediately processes his father’s death won’t happen in any episodes of Chicago Med.
You can, of course. “What You Don’t Know Can’t Hurt You”Several developments were made to ensure that Med won’t exactly be short on storylines just because Ethan’s initial grieving will presumably happen between Episode 12 and Episode 18. Stevie took a big step toward finalizing her divorce by booking a flight to Detroit to talk to her soon-to-be ex in person, while it’s looking like Crockett’s bond will be Growing with Dr. BlakeShe chose her daughter. The crisis teased in last week’s promo fortunately didn’t claim any lives, although all hands had to be on deck to transplant a liver. Even GoodwinWas back in the operating rooms to volunteer as a nurse. No problem with her health this week.
Dylan’s efforts to help his ex’s son just keep making her husband more and more furious, to the point that he had to be escorted out of the hospital by security. Since the little boy presumably won’t be getting better too soon, that storyline seems likely to continue. Dylan shed a little bit more light on the background and how he didn’t treat Carmen well when they were together, dishing some details to Maggie. So much happened this week that some characters didn’t even appear; even if Ethan is going to be absent with his grief off-screen, MedPlenty to see.
Chicago MedET will return to normal time on Wednesdays at 8. p.m. ET NBCAfter the Olympics, there was a transition into Chicago Fire9:00 p.m. ET Chicago P.D.At 10 p.m. ET. You can also check out these other viewing options for the Olympics in the coming weeks. our 2022 winter premiere schedule.