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The scene where Dr. Choi went too far on Chicago Med

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A Navy veteran, Dr. Ethan Choi returns from the war in Iraq with high military discipline, along with a troubling case of PTSD. So it’s no surprise that when his strongest emotions come out, it tends to be an explosive event. In this regard, Choi’s last seemingly button-pressing moment was in the episode “Seeking Forgiveness, No Allowing” in the series’ sixth season.

Dealing with a post-surgery patient intent on harming himself, Choi called for physical restraint. When the Dean of Psychiatry, Dr. Daniel Charles (Oliver Platt) overpowered him, Choi loaded his gun, called out to Charles and then vented his rage by punching a defenseless towel dispenser. Fans are watching the scene above YouTube There is certainly a sense of Choi’s frustration, with Adi Kusuma writing, “Whoa… I certainly never expected this kind of fury from Dr. [sic]. ”

Another fan, u/JoshStephen, concurred that Choi’s reaction in this scene was over-the-top, even going so far as to suggest that Dr. Will Halstead (Nick Gehlfuss) should be promoted to department head instead. for Choi: “Ethan loses control of everything… Halstead would be a better choice as the main resident…”

Since Choi usually has a lot of control as the master of his emergency department field, fans seem to agree that this unusual outburst is the scene where Choi went too far and too lost in Season 6 of “” Chicago Med.”

https://www.looper.com/716928/the-dr-choi-scene-that-went-too-far-on-chicago-med/ The scene where Dr. Choi went too far on Chicago Med

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