Sasha: Sometimes I wonder if I should have just let that couple take him. I know they were nice. Lot's of money. They seemed happy together. They would have been amazing parents, but I just ... I couldn't do it. And the thing is, he probably would have been better off.
Wolf: You'll never know. You'll never know that.
Sasha: Yeah. The path not taken, right? God, sometimes I even wonder about me. The me that I would be if I just let him go.
Wolf: There she is. What do you think she's got going on?
Sasha: Well, she's in university.
Sasha: Not part-time. Full-on degree with lots of parties and a cute boyfriend and -
Wolf: I heard he's a douchebag, though.
Sasha: (laughs) Yeah. That sounds about right, given my taste, but um, you know, she's having a blast.
Wolf: You think she ever thinks about that path not taken too? You know, where baby Jay is, and how he's doing? Because I bet she's looking back at you, and she's thinking she is so strong, and she is so brave, 'cause she went with her gut, and now she's making it all work.
Sasha: It's just, it's hard. And my mom keeps calling me, and I'm ike, "I got this, I got this," but, you know, I don't actually have this. I don't have this.
Wolf: But everybody needs help sometimes, right? Even amazing you needs help sometimes. And you seriously need some sleep.
Grace: How strong do we have to be, to face what we face everyday, treating people on the worst day of their lives, every shift?
Patient's Family Member: He has Hep C, 'kay? And he fell. He's sick and you gotta help him.
Grace: The madness of ordinary moments, accidents, incidents, unexpected pain, unknowable outcomes, and the unpredictability of human nature.