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As the two continue to navigate the relationship waters of dating and living Halstead and Lindsay have – from the start – been a dynamic. Halstead recommends coming forward and just telling Voight but Lindsay refuses and their relationship ends. Hank eventually figured out they were dating but. Chicago P.D. Boss Talks How Lindsay's Exit Will Affect Halstead and the significance of their relationship, “maybe [Halstead doesn't] just deal.
To see how comfortable they are with their love for each other that they can be playful with this kind of stuff.
It was such an honest confession, almost a plea for him to love her back. It was almost scary to feel the way she feels about Jay. It was so damn beautiful. In case you had any doubts. That moment Jay and Erin had their first kiss.
The entire world stopped. And my heart nearly did, as well. That moment Jay and Erin had their first time. This is the stuff that OTPs are made of.
And this was the scene where the show spelled out — in all capital letters — that Linstead was the endgame. The looks, the touches, the chemistry. That moment Erin hugged Jay because she needed to feel that he was okay. Sometimes you just need to feel that someone is okay, which is what Erin did after Jay was involved in a shootout.
That moment we learned Jay felt like a house husband. And the way they joke about it is so playful. That moment Jay told Erin to never apologize for who she is. Always being accepting of each other. Always encouraging each other. Always managing to balance their personal and professional lives in the right way. That moment Jay wanted to know more about where Erin came from.
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Erin is someone with a complicated past. But the way he told her that he was interested in figuring out where she came from was enough to melt my heart. That moment Jay encouraged Erin to take a promotion. They inspire and encourage each other to be better. That moment Jay was there for Erin when she lost a friend. The moment Nadia was murdered was the moment everything changed. This was an event that shook the show to its core, especially Erin. Jay was there to be the comfort she needed during this horrific time.
That moment Erin was there for Jay after he lost a friend. One of the beautiful things about their relationship is how they are able to lean on each other in times of need.
This case — with losing a former military friend — shook him the entire episode. And Erin was by his side to help ease the pain in any way she could. When Jay had a bounty of his head, he asked Erin if he could crash with her after his apartment had been broken into.
She obliged but joked about Jay wanting to play Scrabble aka have sex with her. Scrabble will forever hold a new meaning for me. That moment Erin volunteered to tase Jay. The fun, flirtatious way that Erin and Jay are at work is one of my favorite things. Voight pulls Halstead's badge and has Dawson keep an eye on him.
It is later revealed that Lonnie's father, Phil had discovered child pornography on Lonnie's computer and confronted him. The resulting argument ended in Lonnie being strangled with a belt. When Lindsay accepts an offer from the Federal Buerau Of Investigation to join a new task force, she and Halstead begin a romantic relationship because they are not working together anymore but keep it on the down-low because they are both worried what Voight's reaction to the two of them dating will be.
The two end up dating for a few episodes but when Lindsay returns to her job at Intelligence the two are very cautious about being caught. Halstead recommends coming forward and just telling Voight but Lindsay refuses and their relationship ends. Hank eventually figured out they were dating but never told Halstead and Lindsay that he knew. In the last several episodes of season 2 Lindsay spirals downhill and turns to alcohol and painkillers to deal with her guilt and grief over Nadia's death.
Halstead persistently tries to maintain contact with her, even after Voight had given up. She turns in her badge to Voight, who declines to accept her resignation and files a 3-day leave of absence instead, but returns to the unit in the season 3 premiere after learning that Halstead had been kidnapped during an undercover operation gone wrong. Later in the season, Lindsay and Halstead get back together.
Voight, previously against relationships in Intelligence, states that he no longer cares for that policy, mainly concerned with Lindsay's well being, which he entrusts Halstead with. In season 4, Halstead tells Lindsay "Cases come and go, bosses come and go, jobs come and go, but I don't want you to come and go" and asks her to move in with him.
They then decide to move into the apartment Lindsay already owns. Later once Lindsay and Halstead started living together they admit their love for one another. Jay had plans to propose to her, but by the end of the season, their relationship had became increasingly estranged until it ended with Erin being forced to leave Chicago, in order to avoid the consequences of her committing brutality on a suspect.
Dawson tells him that knowing the cop he has become made the decision easier to leave the unit. Chicago Fire Edit Halstead worked undercover in a sting to take down a ruthless landlord who threatened to burn down Molly's and Game Day. This resulted in his being shot in the shoulder, but a successful take-down. During his stint undercover, he had a brief romantic relationship with paramedic Gabriela Dawsonsister of Detective Antonio Dawson.
However, after he revealed he was moving to Intelligence, Dawson ended the relationship. Freddie is offended by a joke made by Herrmann and stabs him and runs off.
In 1x04 of Chicago Med, firehouse 51 and the team of Med is there to treat Herrmann. Jay's brother, Will, is the attending with Dr. Things go sideways when Rhodes slightly delays in treating Herrmann, leading to a complication. Severide and the rest of 51 push on getting answers, leading them to ask Jay to ask Will - who has a very strained personal relationship with Rhodes - whether Rhodes made the right call. Jay asks Will, who tells him he personally thought that Rhodes delayed treating Herrmann.
Jay tells Severide, who calls out Rhodes in front of everyone. Rhodes is upset and figures out it was Will and they argue. Will tells Jay their discussion was confidential, to which Jay replied he never explicitly said this. Will tells him he won't make that mistake again, while Jay replies he also won't be passing on information from crime scenes to him anymore.
They later apologize to each other, resolving the argument. Jay makes several other appearances on Chicago Med, noticeably when Natalie Manning asks him out on a date and he declines after talking to Will, telling him "man, you really need to get it together". He also assists on several criminal cases, including that of a young rape victim in "White Butterflies".
Background and Characterization Edit Halstead is characterized as a highly capable detective and focused and dependable team player with an occasional temper and brash streak.