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[S8E13] Dominic's Story [CRACKED]

Did we need this story at all? I don't think so. Charles' discussion about the stabber being mentally ill and not likely to get good care in prison was full of important points, but this wasn't a fleshed-out enough story for that to have an impact.

[S8E13] Dominic's Story


Another ongoing storyline follows Paramedic Sylvie Brett (Kara Killmer), who has left Chicago with her fiancé Kyle Sheffield (Teddy Sears) for a small town in Indiana. Haas wanted "to follow through with her agreeing to marry Kyle."[27] He also wanted to bring back her former friend Hope Jacquinot (Eloise Mumford) for the storyline.[27]

The fourth episode of the season begins a crossover event with Chicago Med and Chicago P.D..[31] Derek Haas and Dick Wolf wrote the story for all three parts and Haas wrote the teleplay for part one.[31] The plot revolves around "a mysterious illness".[31] Another crossover with P.D. aired on February 26 and included the return of Brian Geraghty as Sean Roman.[32]

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It named a certain Sam Carr, a Toronto resident and labour activist, as a key figure in not only helping to establish this spy ring, but being the mastermind behind it all!\u00a0Book recommendations:\u00a0Amy Knight\u00a0How the Cold War Began: The Gouzenko Affair and the Hunt for Soviet Spies\u00a02005 by Mclelland and Stewart;\u00a0https:\/\/\/How-Cold-War-Began-Gouzenko\/dp\/0771095775Tyler Wentzell\u00a0Not for King and Country; Edward Cecil-Smith, the Communist Party, and the Spanish Civil War2020 by UTP\u00a0https:\/\/\/9781487522889\/not-for-king-or-country\/David Levy\u00a0Stalin\u2019s Man in Canada: Fred Rose and Soviet Espionage\u00a02011 by Enigma Bookshttps:\/\/\/Stalins-Man-Canada-Soviet-Espionage\/dp\/1936274272\u00a0\u00a0Twitter \u2013\u00a0https:\/\/\/DocBorys\u00a0Patreon -\u00a0https:\/\/\/curiouscanadianhistory Get add free content at Patreon! Hosted on Acast. 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