Ladies, to Al Gore, who also finished second in his election, but went on to grow a really nice beard and alert us all to the dangers of climate change.


Herrmann: Stella, I can't hire your broken-down ex for my only daughter's birthday.
Kidd: He'll do it for free as long as he gets to record it.
Herrmann: Deal.

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Herrmann: You know what they call the guy who comes in second place? Loser.
Casey: I can always count on you for a pep talk, Herrmann.

Mouch [about the bachelor party]: Trudy knows?
Hermann: Trudy? Trudy came up with this!

I can't do that. I can't leave my heart in my locker at the start of shift and just pick it up at the end. I can't. Maybe it'll break me someday. I just don't care.


Stella: And don't tell me that you and Casey have never gotten busy in the firehouse.
Gabby: That's besides the point.
Stella: Mm-hmm.

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Brett: Luckily, there's a police officer who owes me a favor. Not like that. I mean -- it's, it's not what you think.
Jimmy: I have no idea what you're talking about.

Brett [about patient records]: Can I look?
Maggie: Well, I don't mind, but HIPPA won't like it.

You got to tell him, Chief. I mean, this is a betrayal on par with Cain and Abel.

Hermann [about not being Mouch's best man]

I'm not a politician. I'm just a guy who wants to help this ward.


Hey, maybe we mix things up a little bit, huh? Party bus to Indiana, hmm? Open bar, open road, who knows what'll happen?


Becks: A little free advice: you're in Chicago politics now. There's no shallow end.

Chicago Fire Quotes

Chief Boden once told me, "a hero's not somebody who's unafraid, it's the guy who's scared to death and does what's right anyway."


Severide: Rice has the job and he needs it to.
Mills: I need it to.