The doctors of Chicago Med experience various changes.

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Dr. Rhodes begins his fellowship in cardiothoracic surgery, but gets off on the wrong foot with his challenging new boss, Dr. Latham. Dr. Choi navigates life as the new chief resident and finds the road a bit rocky, while Dr. Charles approaches Sarah with an interesting opportunity that catches her off-guard. Elsewhere, April works to come to terms with her recently discovered illness and Dr. Manning deals with a complicated case involving a pregnant woman who was a victim in a high speed collision. Meanwhile, Dr. Halstead takes exception to the actions of fourth-year medical student Jeff Clarke, whose past history with Dr. Manning may be a factor. Sharon Goodwin tries to pick up the pieces and move on with her life in the aftermath of Bert leaving. Written by NBC

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22 September 2016 (USA)  »

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Dr. Daniel Charles: You know who the most unhappy people in the world are?
Sarah Reese: Hmm?
Dr. Daniel Charles: Fifteen year old girls.
Sarah Reese: I remember.
Dr. Daniel Charles: Mom said Emmie had hundreds of friends. Hyperbole?
Sarah Reese: Maybe not.
[showing him her phone]
Sarah Reese: She could have hundreds of friends.
Dr. Daniel Charles: Oh, like that.
Sarah Reese: Girls her age share everything. They judge everything. Maybe Emmie was shamed, and that led to a suicide attempt?
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