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.

Boden

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.

Anna

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

Kelly

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.

Herrmann

Chicago Fire Quotes

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.

Will