Chicago Fire Season 9 Episode 9: "Double Red" Quotes
Casey: Yeah, that’s what he offered me.
Casey: I didn’t take it.
Casey: Joelle Meredith Davis, Uncle Jake’s wife.
Christy: She died 50 years before him.
Casey: And he was still carrying around this watch at the end of his life given to him by his first love. He was hung up on her that long. It just didn’t feel right selling it.
Christy: You keep it.
Casey: You sure?
Christy: I think there’s a reason Uncle Jake wanted you to open that box.
Casey: What reason?
Christy: That’ll be for you to figure out.
Diggins: I do not need this thing in my life.
Diggins: And since you signed the paperwork as my second, this puss is now yours.
Brett: Oh no, no, no, no.
Diggins: You are now the legal owner of Veronicat. Best of luck to you. A little tip, you’re gonna want to take home so gauze.
Boden: I got something for you. Talked to Chief Zamos. He owed me. I’m the one who pulled his butt out of the Belmont fire 20 years ago.
Mouch: I don’t know what to say.
Boden: Let me tell you something, Mouch. You are a hero every time you suit up in your bunker gear. And it doesn’t take hijacking some class with younger firefighters for me to recognize it. You know when we’re on scene, I sometimes just catch a glimpse of young Ritter watching you. The admiration on his face, it’s beautiful. He loves you, Mouch. He respects you. And that’s because of the man you are and the job you do.
Mouch: Thanks, chief.
Boden: Give me one good reason why you couldn’t just follow orders.
Mouch: I was with a bunch of 20 year olds. Do you know how many times I get a chance to show off around here, to show the young crew what I can do? I’m never the hero, chief. Haven’t been for a long time. I got a little bit carried away, a little caught up that they were watching me, looking to learn from me. You should have seen them, chief. Everyone impressed that a guy like me had something to show the young firefighters like them. I’m sorry to get you involved, chief. I’ll take the certification again next time it’s offered. I’ll do it their way.
Mackey: At first I was worried about finding my place at a busy house, but I learned I can handle that. But the thing that still gets me is watching you on every call. You’re my connection to Dex. If I lose you, I lose that.
Mackey: I know it’s not fair to you. I know. But it’s there.
Cruz: When you first came to 51, I told you working in a busy house was going to help you make a name for yourself. And look, it did. This transfer seems right for you in multiple ways.
Mackey: That’s why I was thinking.
Cruz: Then sincerely I think you should go for it.
Casey: Hey, what were you hoping to find in here?
Christy: I don’t know. Maybe, some answers about why mom is the way she is. Something, anything. Our family just always kept secrets, you know? This time I thought it was going to be different. I’m sorry you drove all the way out here.
Casey: It’s no problem. It’s good to see you.
Christy: You too.
Gallo: I hope this isn’t weird for you.
Mackey: Me, no. We’re casual.
Gallo: No, I know.
Mackey: Is it weird for you?
Severide: I don’t deal well with change. She knows that.
Casey: Well, it’s her home too. She probably wants to put her stamp on the place.
Severide: Mhmm, probably.
Casey: Hey, you and Kidd, if it’s time for me to move on and f you guys need the loft to yourselves, just say the word. I promise I’m all good.
Severide: Didn’t I just say I don’t deal well with change?
Casey: You did.
Casey: I want you to know I really appreciated you saying what you did last shift. You were right.
Brett: Well, I probably shouldn’t have snapped.
Casey: No, no, you definitely… I needed it quite frankly, so thank you for helping me get my head on straight.