9-1-1 Season 6 Episode 12: "Recovery" Quotes
Bobby: I’ve been feeling a little lost.
Wendall: Then let’s help you find your way back.
You have to let this go, or you’ll end up like Wendall.Tamara [to Bobby]
Buck: Maddie, I’m fine.
Maddie: Buck, you died, okay? And not almost. You actually died. We don’t know the long-term repercussions of that.
Buck: Well, it was only for three minutes. Come on, if a guy can’t make a joke about dying, what’s the point in living?
Eddie: So, now, am I allowed to ask how you are?
Buck: Honestly, Eddie, I don’t know.
Eddie: You died, Buck. You’re gonna feel a lot of different ways about that. Sometimes all at the same time. I found the best way to process it is to allow yourself to feel it.
Buck: But you do eventually, right? You process it?
Eddie: Every day you open your eyes in the morning, you feel a little less surprised the world’s still there.
Buck: Hey, you, um, you see people who have been through near-death experiences all the time, right?
Dr. Salazar: It’s, unfortunately, a high percentage of my clientele.
Buck: What happens to them after? They just go back to their same old lives? Go back to being the same old people?
Dr. Salazar: Some do. They tell me that almost dying makes them appreciate what they have, but for others, they’ll walk out of my office and decide to quit their job or leave their spouse. And for some reason, a lot of them want to go to Italy.
Buck: That’s one place I’ve never been.
Dr. Salazar: What I’ve learned from watching them is that water finds its own level. And people do, too. Recovery is a bumpy road, but eventually, everyone finds their equilibrium. Even if it is in another country.