Chicago Med Episode 11 Season 7 Recap “The Things We Thought We Left Behind” – Alexus Renée Celebrity Myxer

Do not miss Celebrity Myxer summary of Chicago Med Season 7 Episode 11 “The things we thought we left behind.” Marcel and Blake confront Shentu when a famous soccer player needs a liver transplant. Scott reunites with old friends when their son breaks his arm. Hammer and Charles work together when a patient falls ill after alley plastic surgery. Here’s what you missed!

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Previously Chicago Med Season 7 Episode 10, Dr Taylor learned to handle a case diplomatically as Maggie balanced their relationship publicly (and HR was aware of this.) Dr Marcel and Blake clashed over an organ transplant case while Dr Archer helped their patient to live. Dr Halstead and Hammer begged a patient’s son to alert him to his condition, but he felt it was best not to. Goodwin faced the backlash of being a whistleblower and confronting Dr. Cooper.

Warning… Spoilers below!

At Chicago Med Season 7 Episode 11Dr. Scott met his ex-partner about a man, Terrell, whom he had not seen for twelve years. He examined the son of man, Darius, and thought his arm was broken.

It is complicated

They took the boy to the hospital to have his arm examined. Scott, Terrell and his wife Carmen were close friends over a decade ago and now their relationship is complicated. The break required a plate and the parents argued over Scott’s treatment. Terrell sought Dr. Archer’s advice and he recommended surgery since his own son had the same procedure.

During the operation, Archer noticed a benign tumor in the boy’s arm, but Scott had to notify his parents and get their permission to continue. Terrell wanted another doctor’s advice but time was limited since he was under anesthesia.

Dr. Scott is working on a personal case on Chicago Med Season 7 Episode 11

Dr. Scott is working on a personal case on Chicago Med Season 7 Episode 11

Scott tried to convince him but their past was thrown in his face. Back when Scott was a cop, he stole Carmen from him and was part of a team of cops who raided a house and arrested him in the mess. Terrell was bitter but Scott begged him and convinced him to do the surgery for his son’s sake.

Scott informed Carmen that her son had further treatment to follow. Terrell listened to Scott’s warning to stay away from his family

The Court of Public Opinion

Dr Randall Shintu visited Goodwin about the law firm of Avery Quinn (Dr Blake’s daughter) filing a class action lawsuit against the hospital. She protected her doctors because they were listed as accused. Shintu was only concerned with avoiding a disorderly media battle of public opinion.

Goodwin eventually met with Avery to remove her doctor’s name from her list and exchanged with herself for questioning.

Dinner invitation

Dr Taylor invited Maggie to dinner, her parents were eager to meet her. Maggie was worried and looking for Goodwin’s opinion, she was nervous about their opinions on her. Maggie went to dinner and it wasn’t as bad as she thought.

Bend the rules

Dr Shintu immediately intercepted a high priority patient, West Tucker, a famous football player in need of a liver transplant. Blake asked him about his alcoholism. Since he hadn’t been sober for at least six months, the surgeons could not perform the operation.

Shintu lured the doctors into a conference with Goodwin to convince them to perform the operation. Privately, Goodwin defended their professional opinions while Shintu thought only of good publicity for the hospital.

Dr. Marcel's patients volunteer for a transplant on Chicago Med Season 7 Episode 11

Dr. Marcel’s patients volunteer for a transplant on Chicago Med Season 7 Episode 11

Shintu came to the surgeons with an alternative, a living donor who volunteered, and another surgeon would perform the operation. Marcel’s previous patient, Miles, was a West Tucker fan, and was he the volunteer. After asking how safe the man was, Marcel returned to Blake to perform the operation and she agreed. And although it was a minor complication, the operation was a success.


Hammer was in the hall and a young woman, Nadia, entered and fell. When she inspected the woman’s buttocks, it was a huge gash like she missed a surgery!

Doctors Work On Sloppy Surgery On Chicago Med Season 7 Episode 11

Doctors Work On Sloppy Surgery On Chicago Med Season 7 Episode 11

Hammer visited Dr. Charles to see if she had undergone alley operation. She was worried, they suspected she was protecting someone. His father visited him and the doctors thought their exchange was strange.

Nadia began to have complications and her dad was there to find out what was wrong. Charles confronted the man, he was not his father … he was her surgeon! Charles spoke to the man about his credentials. He claimed to have done a good job as a former Russian surgeon, but black market implants were bad. And he operated on another patient that day. Doctors rushed to find her.

Halstead went with the team to find the woman, Alexandria, she had passed out from the bad implants. The woman needed a procedure to extract the silicon immediately! If they did move it could risk his life and Hammer instructs Halstead to extract it in mobile transport.

The silicon moved and she started to crash. Time passed and their chances were slim, but Halstead trusted Hammer’s instructions and managed to stabilize the woman for the transport!

Dr Charles confronted the late surgeon and he refuted that it would have been elsewhere for it. Charles berated him for risking their lives and was forced to involve the police in arresting him.

Nadia has recovered. Halstead asked Hammer to go bowling with him. Then Hammer received the last divorce papers and they took a purchase order the day of their bowling meeting …

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Release date: January 12, 2022

Will there be a crossover in Chicago?

We haven’t seen a One Chicago Crossover in the past two years due to the pandemic. Right now, We are unlikely to see a One Chicago crossover in 2022.

Chicago Med Actors

  • Nick gehlfuss as Will Halstead
  • Brian T-shirt as Ethan Choi
  • Marlyne barrett as Maggie Lockwood
  • Dominique rains as Crockett Marcel
  • Yaya DaCosta as April Sexton
  • S. Epatha Merkerson as Sharon Goodwin
  • Olivier platt as Daniel Charles
  • Kristen hager as Dr Stevie Hammer
  • Elizabeth hinkler as Gemma Brooks
  • Emily hinkler as Emma Brooks
  • Guy Lockard like Dr Dylan Scott
  • Michel rady as Dr Matt Cooper
  • Jeremy Shouldis like Dr Marty Peterson
  • Steven weber as Dr Dean Archer
  • Sarah rafferty like Dr Blake

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Chicago Med Season 7 Episode Guide

Season Episode Title Broadcasting date
seven 13 “Reality leaves a lot to the imagination” January 26, 2022
seven 12 “What you don’t know can’t hurt you” January 19, 2022
seven 11 “The Things We Thought We Left Behind” January 12, 2022
seven ten “No good deed goes unpunished … in Chicago” January 5, 2022
seven 9 “Secret Santa has a gift for you” December 8, 2021
seven 8 “Just like a snake loses its skin” November 10, 2021
seven seven “A square peg in a round hole” November 3, 2021
seven 6 “When you are a hammer, everything is a nail” October 27, 2021
seven 5 “Change is a hard pill to swallow” 20 October 2021
seven 4 “Status Quo, aka the mess we’re in” October 13, 2021
seven 3 “Be the change you want to see” October 6, 2021
seven 2 “Bend over or let go” September 29, 2021
seven 1 “You Can’t Always Trust What You See” Chicago Med Season 7 Premiere September 22, 2021

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