The Chicago PD series shows us the Intelligence team led by Hank Voight (Jason Beghe), where the stories of its members are often shown, such as detectives Jay Halstead (Jesse Lee Soffer) and Hailey Upton (Tracy Spiridakos), the official Kim Burgess (Marina Squerciati) and the other members. However, viewers also enjoy the plot of Sergeant Trudy Platt (played by Amy Morton), who has had some great moments on the show.
Trudy Platt is a seasoned cop who sometimes sees action beyond the confines of the Intelligence unit’s offices. She has a long history of dealing with law enforcement colleagues and the various criminals who drag in front of her desk each week. However, in the fourth season of Chicago PD, Platt had one of the most shocking stories in the police drama.
During an interview on Youtube in celebration of the Chi-Hard event of the One Chicago universe, the actress who plays officer Trudy Platt, Amy Morton, revealed what her favorite scene on the show has been, assuring that it was the third episode of the fourth season of Chicago PD, entitled “All Cylinders Firing”.
In the third episode of the fourth season of Chicago PD, he sees Sergeant Trudy Platt undergoing a violent assault, followed by the intelligence unit finding her father brutally murdered by the same unknown assailant. But, after finding a key piece of evidence, she herself sets out to confront the killers on her own, showcasing a shocking quest filled with a thirst for revenge.
After putting all the pieces and evidence together, Trudy Platt is finally alone with the killer, she is about to get revenge on him when Hank Voight intervenes and takes her away from doing something she will regret for the rest of her life, for what he told him not to do things that he has done and that have cost him a lot to overcome.
“You’re not me, Trudy!” Voight tells him.
“You couldn’t live with yourself.”
After a shocking scene of suspense and drama, Trudy tearfully agrees with Voight that the killer should face justice in court and spend a long time in prison. Actress Amy Morton cites this deeply moving scene from Chicago PD in her interview as her all-time favorite and one in which viewers can see her in action away from her desk.
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