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Jun 29, Erin Lindsay (Sophia Bush) and Jay Halstead (Jesse Lee Soffer) may them on Chicago PD, and they formed the core relationship over the. Erin Lindsay is a fictional character from NBC's Chicago TV franchise, as a lead character in Background and characterization. In season 1 of Chicago P.D., it has been established from the very beginning that Lindsay shared a special relationship with Hank Voight, head of the Intelligence Unit. Her unwavering loyalty. Apr 18, One Chicago's 5 most WTF relationship moments. by Brittany Frederick 7 Jay Halstead, Erin Lindsay and Jay's ex-wife. The very definition of.
She has a close working partnership with Detective Jay Halstead that could develop into something more personal later on. However, Voight has strictly forbidden any non-professional relationship between the two.
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This is partly due to Lindsay's implied commitment issues stemming from her rough childhood. Lindsay has compassion for vulnerable young people as she can relate.
She tries twice unsuccessfully to get a year-old prostitute and heroin addict, Nadiato enter drug rehab. In the season 1 finale, Lindsay has successfully helped Nadia with her drug addiction and currently helping her find a job. Nadia moves in with Lindsay and eventually becomes the administrative assistant for Intelligence Unit. Lindsay helps motivate Nadia to become a Chicago Police Officer.
In season 2, Nadia is kidnapped, tortured, and killed by Dr. Greg Yates and Lindsay takes her death extremely hard, blaming herself and taking responsibility for "getting her killed. The guilt proved too much to bear so she started unravelling. She hooked up with an old friend and did drugs and drank in excess, causing her to be late for work. In the season 2 finale, she resigned from the Intelligence Unit in order to get some space at her mother's discretion.
Lindsay's life kept spiraling downward, with Voight having given up on her and her mother taking advantage of her situation. Jay met Lindsay at some point and they part ways angrily, with Jay telling her to "tell" the real Lindsay that she made a bad call if she ever sees her again.
But when Jay is kidnapped, Olinsky calls her and she comes back to get Jay out of the kidnapper's hand. Voight accepts it, albeit begrudgingly. After saving Jay, Voight gives Lindsay two conditions: She has to live with him and do weekly drug tests, and she has to cut off all ties with her mother, Bunny. Bunny tries to call her a lot, but Lindsay does not answer and when they finally meet, Bunny tries to convince her that Hank is making her do this, but Lindsay tells her that its her own decision.
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At the end of Season Four, Lindsay committed brutality on a suspect in order to get the location of a boy he kidnapped and killed. Though the suspect was proven guilty, Lindsay's actions caused her to get snared into a losing battle with Internal Affairs. With her career in Chicago doomed and under threat of going to prison, Lindsay is forced into a job offer for the narcotics unit in New York. She is last seen bidding a tearful farewell to Voight, although she does not go to see the other members of the Intelligence Unit, including Jay.
Detective Erin Lindsay is portrayed by Sophia Bush. In Chicago Fire Edit During a blackout, Lindsay visits Firehouse 51 to warn the firefighters about possible unsavory characters in or around the firehouse. She is first on scene when a thug named Vince Keeler attempts to attack a young man at the firehouse revenge for Keeler's niece being hit by a car driven by the young man's drunk brother ; Lieutenant Kelly Severide forces Keeler outside and is given a death threat.
Shortly after the blackout, Keeler and his gang kidnap Severide's sister Katie in retaliation. This resulted in his being shot in the shoulder, but a successful take-down. 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. 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 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.
Will was out "partying" according to Jay, who was deployed. Jay says that unlike Will, he came home. Olivia believed Will was connected to the brutal murders of young women and saw him as a suspect because he'd been around the areas at the time. Voight, who was also not happy with the suggestion, didn't tell Jay this, who only found out after Will was ambushed by the string of questions when he was brought in to "help".
Jay was furious, extremely protective of his brother and demanded Will be taken out. Will tried to say he would help and was ready to answer the questions but Jay didn't let him, and forced him to leave and not say anything. In Divide UsWill had a small argument with Ninawho was feeling ignored, and Natalie, who was upset after she told Will they were more than friends and he said they were "good friends" then.
Will felt like he needed to give more time to Nina, and cancelled going to a game with Jay they'd planned, so he asked Natalie to go with him. She rejected him at first but agreed to go.
He asked Will if he was okay with that, and Will looked uncomfortable with it but said it was fine. Jay saw it and said he'd tell Natalie he can't come.
He tells Will he needs to sort his life out, referring to Nina and Natalie. Pat Halstead Jay wass estranged from their father, Pat Halsteadfor reasons which have yet to be revealed and had not spoken to him for almost two years, as he stated in " Get Back to Even"which changed in Generation Gap.
In Generation GapJay phoned Will to come home to where their father was. When Will got there, Jay was by their father's side, laying on the sofa watching TV.
He told Jay he didn't need to call Will and he was fine, and Jay said "you missed two days of work. You never miss work!. When Pat wouldn't listen to Connor, Will told him surgery was a long-term solution to the heart problem, but Pat constantly dismissed Will, which deeply upset him.
He told Connor that their father saw Will as "somewhat of a disappointment" because he went to med school instead of straight to work. Connor told Will to ask Jay to talk to him, to which he replied that he won't listen to Jay either, because they have "problems of their own". Jay came back during their dad's surgery and comforted Will, who was more worried about the surgery going bad, which it didn't. Erin Lindsay Jay developed feelings for Erin after they started working together.
After getting to know a little about her background, they both had feelings for each other, but Voight would not let them work together and date at the same time and so they didn't. However, in Season 2, they started dating and assured Voight it wouldn't interfere with their work.
This was after Lindsay temporarily accepted another job offer. In season 2, they continued to date on and off but always remained close. However, Lindsay broke it off after Nadia 's death and left Intelligence, spending her nights in clubs and bars in grief.
Jay was insistent on bringing her back and calling her everyday but she refused to do so. Voight left her after weeks of waiting, upset at her choice.
Erin came back to save him, after which she came back to the unit and got back together with Jay. She didn't want to do it but he did it behind her back and gave her the test that showed he wasn't. Jimmy lashed out in anger and Erin was extremely hurt, blaming it on Jay for ordering it in the first place. Jay brushes it off until he sees her outside the station waiting for him. He tells Erin to go and meets up with Abby, who tells him that he needs to sign the divorce papers. Jay was married but he tells her he did sign them, which she says she threw away without filing.
He agrees to re-sign. Erin eventually asks him if he's cheating on her. He tells her about Abby and their small marriage that he says was only a joke and it was over quickly. She is upset he didn't tell her about it but he feels guilty for not telling her about it. He meets up with Abby, who says she still loves him.
Feeling conflicted, he immediately tells Abby no but goes home and packs. He tells Erin he'll be staying with Will for some time until things are okay. She tells him not to but he says he needs to sort his life out and leaves. Voight pulls Jay aside and tells him that he warned them about this and that if they can't work things out, he's gone. They are still dating. However, they continue to work closely together and do well in the cases. For the remained of Season 4, their relationship was unclear.
They were friends again, and Jay mentioned to Erin that he knew a couple who lived in separate houses and were very happy, implying he wanted to get back together, but he backed off when she asked him straight up why he was telling her that. Later on, Voight decided to break up Jay and Erin's partnership.
Jay wasn't happy with it, but Alvin later told him that Voight should've made this decision a long time ago. He said that working with Erin clearly didn't work, but Jay said he disagreed with that. Alvin told him that it was best for him and his career.
Jay then decided to propose to Erin towards the end of season 4, and Will gave him their mother's ring. However, before having time to even talk, Erin took a job she was forced into taking and had to move to New York.
In Reformhe had trouble moving on, because she left so abruptly. It was then revealed that she did not reach out to him either, because he asked Voight if he'd heard anything from her. Voight told him it was the best and that he needed to move on and consoled him. Mouse Mouse Greg Gerwitzwas Jay's best friend and part of his team when he was deployed to Afghanistan.
They are very close and know a lot about each other. Jay offered Mouse the IT job in season 3. Voight and Platt were hesitant in giving the job because of his jitteriness. However, Platt interviewed him and after he is clearly uncomfortable about talking about his past in the Army Rangers, she gives him the job.
Jay and Mouse are very close, and Will said that he wasn't there for Jay when he came home, and that it was Mouse who helped him readjust to life after war.
In season 4, Mouse starts thinking about going back to the Army Rangers. He asks Voight for a favour to clean his record or he won't be allowed back. Voight says he'll consider it. Jay and Mouse have a number of arguments about Mouse going back because Jay doesn't want him to. Mouse says he wants action so Jay tells him to become a police officer like him, but he says he wants to be a soldier.
Jay refuses to let him and this angers Mouse. He then shouts back at Voight after ignoring him in front of the whole team.
Mouse says this is the only thing he's ever asked for. Erin then tells Jay that he needs to consider whether he thinks going back will be bad for Mouse or for himself. Mouse is not seen again after this, or mentioned. A lot is still not known about Mouse and Jay's past. For example, there is a particular incident that Mouse mentioned twice, but Jay said he doesn't like talking about it.
What happened is not revealed as Jay doesn't like talking about his past.