See Officer Kim Burgess Fight for Her Life in Action-Packed Chicago P.D. Sneak Peek

In this exclusive clip from the season eight finale of Chicago P.D., Officer Kim Burgess attempts to fight off her abductor. See the tense scene.

By Alyssa Ray May 25, 2021 6:48 PMTags

Fighting for her life.

In this exclusive clip from the Wednesday, May 26 season eight finale of Chicago P.D., Officer Kim Burgess (Marina Squerciati) finds herself in a dire situation. Picking up where last week's episode left off, Kim wakes up with a head wound and is handcuffed in the backseat of a car.

Before long, her assailant, Kent Darby (Anthony Goes), drags her out of the car and pushes her towards an abandoned structure. "Kent, I'm telling you we can work this out, OK?" she pleads. "Listen to me. Listen to me. I know you didn't kill those girls."

Frustrated and overwhelmed, Kent forcefully pushes the injured officer to the ground. Once more, Kim tells her attacker, "Kent, I know you didn't kill those girls or Darrell. That was your boss. That was Roy."

At this point, Kim has Kent's full attention, who looks desperate for a way out of the situation. "We can make this all fine," she assures the culprit. "Just fine, but..."

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Before she can finish her sentence, Kent goes to grab something from inside his jacket, forcing Kim to lunge into action. Kim fights off her kidnapper as she kicks him multiple times in the groin and attempts to strangle him.

Unfortunately for Kim, her abductor overpowers her by, once more, knocking her to the ground and punching her.

It's safe to say that the stunts for this scene were pretty intense. In fact, Marina exclusively told E! News, "The only stunt the director wouldn't let me do is the one where Kent throws me out of the car. Despite this, after a 4 day shooting sequence, I was black and blue from all these stunts. It was fun to film, but man did it hurt!"

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For Kim's fate, be sure to catch Wednesday's season eight finale.

The Chicago P.D. season eight finale airs Wednesday at 10 p.m. on NBC.

You can catch up on past Chicago P.D. episodes on Peacock.

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