‘Chicago Med’ Fans Couldn’t Get Enough of One Heart Warming BTS Reunion

by Joe Rutland
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When it comes to behind-the-scenes (BTS) reunions, there’s one that Chicago Med fans are definitely all in about for their memories.

The NBC medical drama had one of these for the ages, according to an article from Looper.

So, actor Brian Tee enters the Chicago Med set. Many show regulars gathered to greet him. A brief video clip gets posted on the Wolf Entertainment Twitter feed. It offers an intimate glimpse of the Chicago Med team welcoming one of their own.

The tweet had this attached text: “Brian Tee has returned to our #OneChicago family, and we’re all so excited to see him!” It goes on to describe Tee catching one actor in particular totally off-guard by his unexpected reappearance, saying, “Here’s him surprising @s_epatha on his first day back on the #ChicagoMed set!” Tweeting her reply, S. Epatha Merkerson (familiar to fans as Dr. Sharon Goodwin) responded, “I LOVE ME SOME BRIAN TEE! He has been missed!”

‘Chicago Med’ Situation Leaves Fans Feeling Anxious Before Actor’s Return

Well, it seems clear that if the emotions in these tweets are accurate, then this is a solid behind-the-scenes Chicago Med reunion.

It gives fans a perfectly understandable reason for tearing up.

The show’s is not just limited to heroic doctors and nurses saving patients’ lives on a regular basis. Sometimes it’s what’s going on with the staff itself that takes center stage. As for Dr. Ethan Choi, Tee’s character, fans have had more than their usual share of anxious moments regarding the doctor’s recent storyline.

Dr. Choi had been missing in action for six weeks after a devastating interaction with another doctor’s patient.

Back in the Season 6 finale, a distraught patient attempts to shoot Dr. Dean Archer, played by Steven Weber.

Instead, he hits Choi, severely wounding him.

After weeks off-screen in physical therapy, Choi finally made it back to the Chicago Med Emergency Department in Season 7, Episode 7. This is where the show’s characters reacted joyfully to his return.

Show Apparently Gets Some Things Wrong About Working Inside Hospital

So, is the medical lingo or situations that take place on Chicago Med accurate or not?

TV Insider says that Chicago Med is one of the top medical television series for accuracy.

It receives an 8/10 score, with the only show beating it is Scrubs with a 9/10. Chicago Med medical adviser Andrew Dennis believes the show is roughly 85 percent accurate. Creators and writers only use published cases for storylines.

According to conversations between fans of the show and medical professionals on Reddit, they missed the mark in terms of the coronavirus pandemic. According to a user claiming to be a respiratory therapist, the alarms and medical terminology used for COVID-19 patients were incorrect.