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When I read that, I thought, ' We've got our finger on the pulse. If you're not doing that, it's just crime of the week or bad guy a. Otherwise, he's going to lose her as a partner or he's going to lose his job.

This is going to be good.' Why do you think it was important to lean into those current events and current tensions? A show like ours, if you're trying to tell real-life cop stories, then let's tell real-life cop stories. He's got an advocate and a friend who wants to help him and try and take care of him a little and he's going to have to let somebody in.

What kind of research did you do, particularly for those heavier scenes involving his PTSD?

I talked to a couple of people who have served and dealt with stuff like this before, and then you kind of put your own interpretation on things.

I actually don't get to have input about that stuff.

(.) I give all the credit for this storyline to Rick and Eriq and everybody.

Yes, he was found to be doing it justly, he was vindicated, but it's a major heartbreaking story." It was like, "Whoa, OK, we're really going to deal with some stuff here." And then there was another episode where Ruzek and Atwater have this great scene where Ruzek is trying to tell a guy to get on the ground and he's got a kid with him and he's black, and they're in a bad neighborhood and the guy doesn't want to do it. With Sophia's absence, you've also had to establish a new onscreen partnership with Tracy Spiridakos' character Upton. She seems to be doing well, and he's really not doing well and he should be relying on her but he's not quick to trust and not quick to let her in. How does this episode and his issues test their partnership?

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It's been a really interesting experience to know a character so well and to have played him for so many years and then to get to change some things.Did you feel extra pressure to act out those scenes after having talked to veterans?Not pressure, but I would say a strong hope that you represent it accurately and bring some truth and honesty to it so that people feel well-represented. If viewers are watching and know someone who has dealt with or have dealt with it themselves and they can connect and see a character go through something and come out the other side.The episode ended with Jay consoling Camila as he lied to her face, both about his identity and about being there when her brother was killed."[He's] making some bad choices," Soffer tells jumped on the phone with Soffer to discuss all that plus his research for Wednesday's episode, the "shift" in season five under new showrunner Rick Eid and Bush's exit.There had been a lot of speculation about who Halstead's first post-Lindsay love interest would be and when that would happen. I don’t know if it is the right time, I guess the fans will have to respond to that. But I think we needed to see the character grow past Lindsay's character leaving. It's definitely been difficult but the show must go on.So much of who he was on the show was tied into her character and he needed a new coming-of-age story this season for sure to get past all of that. The show also faced changes behind the scenes with Rick Eid replacing Matt Olmstead as showrunner.And maybe he feels a little alive and not so alone again.He just goes, ' Screw it,' and we'll see where the chips fall.Really, this season is a series of trials and tribulations to see how he comes out the other side. When someone leaves a show that was there from the beginning and we were a big family. Was there a script or a scene or a conversation you had with Rick that really gave you confidence going into season five?Given what you said about the Halstead and Lindsay characters, how did you feel coming in for season five knowing you wouldn’t be acting opposite Sophia anymore? It's kind of like doing a new show a little bit. It was after getting that first script and going, "Whoa, we're really dealing with Halstead having killed a little girl. She's great and she's a really good actor and she's awesome to have on set. It's kind of self-explanatory, it's like, here's Jay, he's kind of alone and feeling a little broken in the world and they're kind of thrown together. Upton makes it clear in this episode that she knows Jay is going through a hard time.