In the seventh season premiere of ‘Chicago Med,’ Will Halstead returns as a part of the team, thanks to Goodwin, who had given him another chance at regaining his lost position. However, his comeback is not smooth because of his subsequent argument with Marcel, the surgical genius of Gaffney Chicago Medical Center. For a better idea of the events of the first episode, check out the recap. Now, here is all you need to know about the second episode!
Chicago Med Season 7 Episode 2 Release Date
‘Chicago Med’ season 7 episode 2 is set to premiere on September 29, 2021, at 8 pm ET on NBC. New episodes are set to drop every Wednesday, with each having a runtime of 42-minutes.
Where to Watch Chicago Med Season 7 Episode 2 Online?
You can watch ‘Chicago Med’ season 7 episode 2 on television on the date and time mentioned above. Alternatively, NBC’s official website and the NBC App also host the show. You can also use websites like Fubo TV, Sling TV, DirecTV, and YouTube TV to watch the episode live. The season 7 premiere episode will be available a day later, on September 23, on Peacock and Hulu. Furthermore, the series can be purchased or rented on Amazon Prime Video or iTunes.
Chicago Med Season 7 Episode 2 Spoilers
‘Chicago Med’ season 7 episode 2 titled ‘To Lean In, or to Let Go,’ Vanessa and Archer might have problems reaching common ground. They will bicker over different methods of treatment with regards to a victim of a motorcycle accident. Elsewhere, Scott and Charles will try to help a traumatized UNICEF negotiator dealing with repressed emotions. Lastly, Hammer and Halstead will be responsible for looking after a high school kid with Addison’s disease. On top of that, the mother will unnecessarily get overinvolved in her child’s case, which might trouble the doctors!
Chicago Med Season 7 Episode 1 Recap
In the season 7 premiere titled ‘You Can’t Always Trust What You See,’ Will Halstead makes a comeback after being fired from the ED. He had caught hold of Goodwin, who wanted him to assist in an investigation at the hospital. The prime suspect was Dr. Cooper, whose secret dealings had to be captured on tape, so as soon as Will managed to do that, he got his job back.
However, Will has a tiff with Dr. Crockett Marcel, who insists on performing surgery on one of Will’s former patients. The skilled surgeon later realizes that his approach is incorrect, much to Will’s relief as the operation is thereafter canceled. Dr. Dean Archer and Dr. Vanessa Taylor meet two identical twins who want the same treatment, although only one of them is sick. This helps them retain their element as twins who function as a unit. Archer calls for Daniel Charles to take over as a psychiatrist.
Things get awry when the twins switch places at the operating table, but Charles finds out just in time and stops the surgery. The next patient is a Black girl suffering from sickle cell anemia. Hammer immediately discerns that she is homeless, prompting him to visit his mother, Lower Wacker Drive, and help her get off the streets.
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