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Even as Halstead dealt with the blowout from accidentally shooting a little girl during a bust, he asked Voight if he had heard from Lindsay. "You need to make peace with it." And with that, the new — after all the season premiere is titled "Reform" — got down to business.
The hour set up new tensions between Voight and his boss (Esai Morales) as well as the new independent auditor, his old partner Denny Woods (Mykelti Williamson).
And the TV star, 34, looked radiant in a black one-shoulder tank that she tucked into a striped pencil skirt.
She opted for large white hoop earrings as her only accessory and wore her brunette hair up in a tight ponytail to show them off.
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The feminist actress has long been involved in campaigning for and normalizing conversations around women's issues. She is said to be leaving on her own accord and it's speculated that the predominately male cast and crew was a tough environment for the actress after four seasons on the Chicago set.
Sophia Bush appeared on AOL's Build Series to talk about her new projects after quitting her hit NBC drama Chicago P. The figure-hugging skirt, which featured large pink, white, grey and black stripes, showed off the actress' slender figure.The former One Tree Hill beauty's makeup highlighted her naturally flawless skin and left a glow that radiated as she smiled happily on the red carpet.Sophia stopped by the AOL studios to talk about her new charity project and how she got involved in #No Hormones Plz.We also see Voight getting emotional when talking with someone about Lindsay leaving Chicago. Voight is a complicated character who has a hard time opening up to friends and colleagues. The woman he meets with in the premiere is more of a surrogate therapist than a professional psychologist. Why, out of everyone in the unit, did you decide to have him be the one to accidentally shoot and kill a little girl?From the start of the series, Halstead was set up as a white knight. We wanted to throw him into the vortex of reform and racial tension prevalent in Chicago right now.