Chicago Med season 5, episode 15 recap: I Will Do No Harm

CHICAGO MED -- "I Will Do No Harm" Episode 515 -- Pictured: Yaya DaCosta as April Sexton -- (Photo by: Adrian Burrows/NBC)
CHICAGO MED -- "I Will Do No Harm" Episode 515 -- Pictured: Yaya DaCosta as April Sexton -- (Photo by: Adrian Burrows/NBC) /
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CHICAGO MED — “I Will Do No Harm” Episode 515 — Pictured: Brian Tee as Dr. Ethan Choi — (Photo by: Adrian Burrows/NBC) /

Chicago Med took some incredibly questionable turns in I Will Do No Harm. Find out what happened in our Chicago Med season 5, episode 15 recap.

This week’s Chicago Med was one last feature episode for Antonio Dawson,

Wednesday’s episode “I Will Do No Harm” is one that might have sent One Chicago fans’ heads spinning. In the main storyline, Dr. Natalie Manning (Torrey DeVitto) and Dr. Daniel Charles (Oliver Platt) encountered the ultimate Method actor.

Meanwhile, Dr. Will Halstead (Nick Gehlfuss) made a surprising choice that may rank as one of the most frustrating things he’s ever done in the entire history of the show.

Click through this slideshow to find out what happened in the latest Chicago Med episode for each of your favorite characters, starting with:

April and Noah

April Sexton (Yaya DaCosta) and her brother Noah (recurring guest star Roland Buck III) are sent out in an ambulance to treat a patient on Chicago Avenue. What she doesn’t tell them is that the guy is jogging down the street to keep his heart rate up, so they literally have to treat him on the run. And he might have to keep running for eight hours.

April brings Larry to a gym and puts him on a treadmill so that they can stabilize his heart long enough to get him to the hospital. But that doesn’t work either, because as soon as they turn the defibrillator on, he falls off the treadmill. So April’s next idea is for Noah to push a wire directly into Larry’s heart, whether Noah thinks he can pull the procedure off or not.

Unfortunately, Noah misses the mark with the wire and that causes Larry to give up, intentionally stopping the treadmill so he collapses for a second time. April helps her brother unstick the wire and get it placed properly, bringing Larry back to consciousness. They get him to the hospital, and the show skips over the rest of his story. At least Chicago Med gives us a reference to Dr. Isidore Latham when telling Noah, April and the audience that Larry will be fine.