First time I EVER agreed with Manning. Go, Nat. Minor or not, her wishes should have been respected on this issue. Choi is insufferable. And the minute a doctor says to me, "Don't you think you should tell your husband?" is the minute I request a new doctor. Whether or not I tell my spouse is MY business. Just treat my child.
That said...I get that they need tension, but the whole thing made no sense. Manning is oh-so-self-righteous and Choi a little more laid back. I expected their roles to be reversed on this. Honestly, I think the writers just flip a coin.
Why is Maggie of all people, who gave near complete stranger her freaking kidney, giving side-eye to Natalie for dating the widower with the baby? Halstead is a gross, whiny man-baby. Why is he pressuring Ingrid to give him the story of the meth lab? She told you what you need to know to treat the agent. Leave her alone. She owes you nothing.
The Bekker story is bizarre. If I cared, I'd call it character assassination. There has never been any indication that she was unhinged. *She* was the one who was aloof and seemed not to care about Rhodes, and now she's a stalker? The intentional cutting? The "kidnapping?" It's so weird. I sincerely hope it turns out that she is NOT unhinged, otherwise it's just really bizarre writing. But why am i surprised.