I think Ruzek and Burgess will always have a very intense romantic connection. Sophia Bush is departing the NBC cop drama after four seasons.He still seems shaken up at the end of the episode, so how will this event impact him going forward?Halstead will certainly carry the weight of accidentally shooting and killing this little girl.Voight saw her as a surrogate daughter, Halstead wanted to propose to her last season, and she’s been an integral part of Intelligence from the start.So it felt right to acknowledge this new reality in the premiere. What makes him open up in such a way about her leaving? The case at the center of the episode is a big one for Halstead.
So, putting together all Trump's comments, we now know he "negotiated" with our enemy Putin on "many important subjects" with no one but translators present, and "big results" are forthcoming from those secret negotiations, but he won't tell us more.
The departure comes after a surprising season finale in which Bush's character, Det.
Erin Lindsay, was faced with moving to New York for an undercover assignment with the FBI's counter-terrorism unit in order to protect her troubled mother, Bunny (Markie Post), who had become embroiled in a murder investigation.
There was also some movement on the romantic front, when Burgess (Marina Squerciati) informed ex-fiance Ruzek (Patrick John Flueger) that she was seeming someone new despite their kiss midway through season four.
New route and not made mention of her exit, so why did you think it was best to acknowledge her absence and in this way? We knew the unit would feel Lindsay’s absence in a meaningful way.