'Chicago Med' Season 7 Episode 14: Pamela shuts down Marcel, fans say 'he screwed up'
Love is messy but even messier when it involves a mother and daughter with fans saying the Pamela-Marcel- Avery love triangle 'ain't it'
Spoilers for 'Chicago Med' Season 7, Episode 14 'All the Things That Could Have Been'
'Chicago Med' sees the doctors of the ER work together in close quarters with the show beautifully binding their personal lives with the various patient situations they see on a daily basis. So there are bound to be many relationships as well.
From Will and Natalie's failed love, Maggie's marriage to Goodwin's divorce, and Charles losing his ex-wife to sickness, viewers have seen plenty of tragic as well as beautiful love stories unravel on 'Chicago Med'. But the latest developing love story is looking to be the messiest yet and fans are not here for it. So read on to know more about Dr Marcel Crockett's love life.
Episode 13 saw Dr Marcel Crockett (Dominic Rains) tell Dr Dean Archer (Steven Weber) that Dr Pamela Blake (Sarah Rafferty) was seeing someone as he liked her and didn't want Archer to pursue her. After revealing it was him, Archer says, "let the best man win", but is later turned down by Pamela as she didn't want to get involved with anyone from work. But surprisingly when Crockett asks if she would consider doing so for him, the two give in to their attraction and kiss. But what would have been a win for Crockett turns messy as Pamela's daughter Avery catches them and she learns that her daughter and the man she just smooched were an item.
So it's fair to say she was weirded out and cut it short. Episode 14 saw Crockett try and patch the situation and tells Pamela that he told her daughter that he has feelings for her mom, which was an awkward move. But Pamela shuts him down saying that he is just a surgeon who works under her and that they should just keep it that way. The end of the episode sees her reiterate it and say that it's for the best but Crockett doesn't think so.
Fans who saw the situation unfold weren't supportive of this sticky love triangle. The mother-daughter love interest scenario wasn't loved by them as they called out Crockett for messing up by getting involved with both of them. Here's what they had to say about it.
A fan commented, "Did Crockett expect everything to be dandy after Pamela found out he was also with her daughter? #ChicagoMed", while another viewer said, "Pamela shut things down. Crockett, it's weird for her @[email protected]@WolfEnt#ChicagoMed". A tweet read, "Well Crockett, you screwed that up when you had relations with BOTH Pamela AND Avery. #ChicagoMed".
Another fan tweeted, ""It's better this way." "Is it? Not the way I see it." NO. WE DON'T WANT DR. BLAKE AND CROCKETT. WE DON'T WANT IT. #ChicagoMed". A user said, "Crockett, just some advice for you. Don’t tell the woman you have feelings for that you told her daughter, who you also were flirting with that you have feelings for her mother.🤦🏻♀️🤦🏻♀️#ChicagoMed", while another had the opinion, "I really dislike this storyline for Dr. Marcel you tell me y’all couldn’t bring a new love interest in. Cause this mother and daughter shit ain’t it. #ChicagoMed".
Well Crockett, you screwed that up when you had relations with BOTH Pamela AND Avery. #ChicagoMed— Lex||CHLOE BENNET AND JMO CRUSH ERA||OC DAY (@lexiesdaisy) March 3, 2022
"It's better this way."— Meet Us At Molly’s (@MeetUsatMollys) March 3, 2022
"Is it? Not the way I see it."
NO. WE DON'T WANT DR. BLAKE AND CROCKETT. WE DON'T WANT IT. #ChicagoMed
Crockett, just some advice for you. Don’t tell the woman you have feelings for that you told her daughter, who you also were flirting with that you have feelings for her mother.— Cait (@fearless_cait) March 3, 2022
I really dislike this storyline for Dr. Marcel you tell me y’all couldn’t bring a new love interest in. Cause this mother and daughter shit ain’t it. #ChicagoMed— Monique (@calhoun_monique) March 3, 2022
'Chicago Med' airs on Wednesdays at 8 pm ET on NBC.
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