Chicago Honey is a NBC medical drama that has been on air since 2015. The series follows emergency department staff at the fictional Chicago Gafni Medical Center as they try to balance their stressful and high stakes in work life with their privacy. Chicago Copper is part of a shared continuity with both the Chicago Fire and the Chicago PD . Shared continuity has also led to several crossover events between the three television shows, such as crossover events involving pandemic stories throughout the city leading to disasters such as construction fires. The show is incredibly popular, bringing in just under 10 million episode views in the US alone.
10 Heavy Heads: 8.3
This episode of Chicago Honey is full of dramaturgy, even by its usual standards. The first element of the drama comes from father and son. The father brought his son to the hospital as the son requires a kidney transplant and the father, who is a match, wants to offer his kidney. However, doctors later found that the father had abducted his son. The second element of the drama is penetrated by ethical dilemmas. A pregnant patient arrives at the hospital, but refuses any emergency surgery that leads to a difficult situation for medical student Elsa Curry.
9 Be My Better Half: 8.3
As the name suggests, this episode involves a marriage. Dr. Halsted offers Dr. Manning and thankfully fans of the show, Dr. Manning accepts. The joy, however, is delayed as the two Drs involved almost immediately start quarreling with their marriage plans.
In addition to the engagement, this episode also included Dr. Choi's attempts to convince April that her sister was not a drug addict.
8 Old flames, new sparks: 8.3
In this episode, Dr. Halsted finds a woman frozen in the snow. After caring for the woman, Dr. Halstead then realizes that this patient has a poor relationship with alcohol. In addition to Dr. Halsted's frozen patient, the episode also includes a visit from Dr. Munning to Philip Davis, whose wife died at birth.
 This episode also has some interesting ethical issues, as Dr. Choi and April deal with the issue of organ donation for patients with aggressive cancer, while Dr. Rhodes is forced to refuse surgery for an elderly woman for health reasons.
7 When to Play: 8.4
This episode of the medical series contains a cross between Chicago PD and Chicago Fire . Stella Kid was brought to the hospital in a critical condition, with the possibility of losing one of her lungs, which would practically end her career. In addition, Dr. Munning and Dr. Becker treated a patient with horrific burns, and Dr. Halsted's father was admitted to the hospital but later died as a result of his injuries. Dr. Choi also treats a patient with bad burn injuries, but suspects the patient was beaten before receiving his burn injuries.
6 We're Lost in the Dark: 8.4
As the title of the episode suggests, this episode is centered around the idea that there is a power outage in the hospital. A storm in Chicago causes the hospital to lose power and the medical facility is submerged in anarchy. As a result of the power outage, Dr. Sexton and Dr. Marcel have to undergo emergency surgery without any lights, while Dr. Munning is stuck in an elevator with a patient in dire need of emergency surgery.
In addition to the lack of electricity, Dr. Halsted, Sharon and Maggie are treating many patients with seizures and it is suspected to be a hearth.
5 With a brave heart: 8.5
With a brave heart was the last episode of season 4 and as a result there is a lot of drama. Agent Lee reveals to Dr. Halsted that one of Ray Burke's sons has recently been released from prison, so Halsted may be in danger as a result. Later in the episode, when Dr. Manning goes to talk to Dr. Halsted, Ray Burke's son appears and hits them on the head, knocking Manning unconscious.
In addition to the violence in this episode, Dr. Rhodes discovers that his father is overdosed on insulin and suspects poor play, Dr. Choi and April cure a patient with extreme allergies and Maggie learns he has metastatic breast cancer.
4 Keep the peace forever: 8.6
In this episode, Dr. Rhodes is prone to a young patient who broke his arm during a skateboard, but refuses to allow any needles to be used in the treatment his. In addition, Dr. Rhodes also learns that his father is sadly dead.
In addition to Dr. The Rhodes plot, April has to take care of Dr. Choi's baby sister after the baby is abandoned by her mother, and Dr. Halsted makes the difficult decision of telling Maggie that her sister has a nasty boyfriend.
3 Infection Part 2: 8.8
Infection Part 2 is another crossover event with both the Chicago PD and Chicago Fire . As the title of the episode suggests, this episode is based on an aggressive bacterial infection that eats flesh that has spread in Chicago. Police suspect the epidemic could be the result of terrorist activity due to the fact that the infection is only reported in the two most densely populated areas of Chicago.
This episode is almost a movie length in its scope and does a fantastic job of reducing the tension.
2 Never Play You: 9.0
Never Play is probably the greatest dramatic episode of Chicago Honey . The hospital is effectively under siege as a teenager with a gun holds several people hostage. The teenager has been doing this since learning recently that his pregnant girlfriend has decided to have her baby up for adoption so the teen wants to take the baby with her. Because of the teenager, Dr. Choi is not able to perform surgery on a young child and instead has to instruct April how to perform the operation on the child.
1 Who knows what tomorrow brings: 9.3
In a strange turn of events for doctors, Dr. Choi and Dr. Charles must be inclined towards a patient who strongly believes that he is a vampire. In addition to the vampire conspiracy, Dr. Choi's treatment of military amputation ended prematurely when some senior military officers arrived to remove the amputee from the hospital.
In addition to the drama at the hospital, Maggie meets a new friend while attending chemotherapy and hosting a crab party.