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Chicago P.D. Mega Buzz: Will Olinksy Go Down for Voight's Crime?

The seasoned detective faces major trouble ahead

Keisha Hatchett

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Now that Olinksy (Elias Koteas) has been arrested for Bingham's murder, Voight's (Jason Beghe) brutal battle with Woods (Mykelti Williamson) just got all the more complicated on Chicago P.D.

After all, it was Voight who shot the man that killed his son, though Olinksy did help with moving the body once authorities were getting uncomfortably close to discovering it. And if Woods can't get his hands on the Intelligence head, it looks like Voight's longtime friend and literal partner-in-crime could be the one to pay for Voight's deadly crime.

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"Olinsky is now caught in the crosshairs of that battle which will also resolve itself [at the end of the season]," showrunner Rick Eid told TV Guide. "It's a dangerous, tense triangle between three tough, cagey cops."

With Olinksy behind bars and facing charges for a crime that he most certainly did not commit, it's up to Voight to clear his friend's name before it's too late. However, given that Woods is determined to make someone pay for Voight's sins and has shown no signs of backing down, things are not looking good for Olinsky. Especially now that Voight seems to be grasping at the straws for a way out of this mess.

So will Voight be able to get Olinsky out of this predicament in time or will the seasoned detective take the fall? We sure hope it's the former!

Chicago P.D. airs Wednesdays at 10/9c on NBC.

​Elias Koteas, Chicago P.D.

Elias Koteas, Chicago P.D.

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