I'm sticking with what I know. And right now, I know that I'm here, and so are you. And that's enough.

Kelly [to Anna]

Family. Community. Solidarity. These are the things that sustain us through the hard times. They are also the things that make this department strong.


Sylvie [upon receiving her test score]: Ha! 98! Oh, see, Dawson, you put in a little time and effort into it and it really pays off.
Dawson [looking at her score]: That's -- that's awesome. Congrats. Truly, That's great. [Off Sylvie's look] What?
Sylvie: Tell me. Did you pass? Oh, no, Dawson. Look, it's okay, because I'm gonna be a really good tutor, and next time --
Gabby [holds up her phone, showing a score of 100%]

Stop selling me this fairy tale about how things are gonna be if I just fight. Not while I'm doing everything I can to wrap my head around what's real.

Anna [to Kelly, about her leukemia]

Kannall: Matt Casey! Respectable guy. Officer on the CFD, happily married, and a damn alderman to boot.
Matt: Can't be entirely respectable.
Kannall: Just saying. You done good, brother. Considering the homes you and I came up in? It wasn't necessarily in the cards.

Might want to vacate that seat. Wars have been started over less.

Casey [to Kannall, who is sitting in Severide's chair]

Otis: I just wanted to swing by and pass along some pro tips when it comes to dealing with Connie.
Marcy: I don't follow.
Otis: How do I put this? There are ground rules, okay? You don't ask questions, you know. You avoid making eye contact. She may perceive that as a challenge.

I just want you to know, like it or not, you're loved and you're not alone.

Kelly [to Anna]

Sylvie: Okay, so you've done this before. Are the quizzes open book, or should I invest in flashcards?
Gabby: Um, I sort of erased that experience from my memory. Disciplinary training is less like college and more like traffic school.

I think we're wrong for each other Kelly, and I think we've been idiots not to see it.


I told you; Benny's not me. I spent my whole life avoiding...that.


So now listen, Lee Henry. You definitely have the constitutional right not to say the pledge of allegiance. You also have the right to be a jackass.


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Might want to vacate that seat. Wars have been started over less.

Casey [to Kannall, who is sitting in Severide's chair]

When I took this job, I didn't know we had to do our own maintenance work.