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This past Wednesday’s episode 3×12 of Chicago PD entitled “Looking Out For Stateville” hit Burzek (Kim Burgess & Adam Ruzek) fans pretty hard with Kim making a surprise ending to she and fiancé Adam’s recent engagement.
I myself am a huge Burzek fan, I’ve lobbied for them since Season 1.
I have a feeling we are going to see a sign of Ruzek we haven’t really seen yet.
Sure we see how much he loves her, but now we get to see him elevate that, because now he’s lost her. And I’m also super eager to see how Burgess is going to handle working with him, should definitely be interesting.
And have really rallied behind their engagement, but this whole season has kept me weary.
This scene was the last minute of the episode and it broke my heart, it has been on my mind all week and I have to speak on it! This scene in it’s entirety is just over a minute long, and yet it will have a fierce impact on the dynamic of the show.
Unlike the other episodes, they go on naked dates with their other two daters before going on a date with each other. goes on naked dates with Felix and James, leading to rear nude moments from both men, before she ultimately chooses Joe, who appears naked throughout the episode for all three of his dates.
Mike appears naked throughout the hour as he goes on three active naked dates. Despite clicking with Mike after the first date, she finds herself with no interest in her second date, Dan.
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In the end, Keegan picked Jessie to explore romance with after his third date ended in disaster, and led to the show’s first ever on-air verbal tirade by a contestant.
The biggest takeaway from the episode, though, is that Keegan is absolutely gorgeous.
And that is absolutely conveyed in Squerciati’s calm, rational, kind delivery. Patrick John Flueger plays these tough emotional scenes like a boss. He’s constantly bringing the nervous and over thinking Burgess down back to earth. I didn’t know how it was going to happen, and I hoped that it wouldn’t but I felt something bad was bound to happen.
Kim Burgess loves Adam Ruzek, and her letting their relationship go is her understanding that maybe he’s just not in this, therefore preventing an even greater heartache in the future, if she waited it out. Burgess can kind of become like a scatter brain and rattle on and he’s got a flirtation and charm that just works. I am however, happy that it was Burgess who ended it, because I think everyone (**cough**Platt**cough**) figured that because of Ruzek’s list of failed engagements, he’d be the one.