'Chicago P.D.': Voight's Old Cellmate Causes Fireworks With Antonio (Exclusive Video)

Antonio questions Voight's true motives when he decides to enlist his old cellmate for a major bust.
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Sgt. Hank Voight (Jason Beghe) has welcomed back his newly released former cellmate Eddie (Clancy Brown) with open arms on Chicago P.D., but not everyone on Intelligence is willing to follow suit.

After Eddie hinted about serving as a CI for a major upcoming drug deal to get a little bit of income in the most recent episode, Voight decides to take him up on his offer in Wednesday's new installment.

Antonio (Jon Seda) isn't so thrilled about working with an ex-con, and he voices his vehement objections to Voight in The Hollywood Reporter's exclusive video.

"I have a problem with using this unit to pay off an old prison debt," he angrily tells Voight.

"Maybe you should sit this one out," Voight curtly responds before Antonio fires back: "What dirt does he have on you?"

Voight then opens up to his longtime colleague about the real reason he wants to give Eddie a helping hand. The emotional answer is one few will see coming.

Check out the exclusive clip below:

Chicago P.D. airs on Wednesdays at 10 p.m. on NBC.

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