Chicago Fire

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Chicago fire

You know what I'm thankful for? Two families, and not many people can say that.


Not to sound like my father in law, but this is what's wrong with America.


If saving a kid's life is now a criminal offense then maybe it's your damn protocol that's out of whack, and the wrong people are making the rules.


Enjoy it while you can, this is entrapment.


Casey: Are you drunk, Chief?
Boden: Yeah...a little.
Casey: I'll be joining you momentarily!
Boden: Good! Glad to hear it.

Just hanging on for dear life.


On behalf of the Paramedics Association of America, I offer my sincerest apologies for the forceful actions I exhibited here today.


You keep saying that, yet in the same breath you tell me my job is on the line.


It turns out I may have overestimated her lesbianism.


Leslie: Really?
Severide: No offense, but I'm taking advice from you right now.
Leslie: This is a new low.

The hell I can't, it's a firefighters word versus a couple of bangers, who are they gonna believe?


Let me tell you about one minute. I've been there, most of us have. In my case I was sure, surer than you are right now even. That if I'd had that one minute I would've been able to go in there and rescue those people. My best buddy and I we went running back in, the fire was trapped in the ceiling. We couldn't see it so we didn't know. We didn't have one minute, we lost the victims, I lost my friend. I've got a scar on my back that reminds me every single day about the price of playing beat the clock, and it's my job to make sure that you never get any kind of reminder.

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Chicago Fire Quotes

Casey: To your first day as a firefighter.
Dawson: And yet I almost got a guy killed and my Lieutenant yelled at me.

Injured Lady: Maybe you missed your calling.
Severide: My best friend was a medic. She drilled this stuff into me.
Injured Lady: Amen to her.

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