Chicago Fire Season 9 Episode 2: "That Kind of Heat" Quotes
Brett: I have to ask you a question first.
Brett: The reason I’ve been so scared of this happening. The thing I need to know. If Gabby came back to Chicago, right now, tonight, and asked you to leave with her, would you go?
Casey: I haven’t talked to her in a long time.
Brett: That’s not the question, Matt.
Casey: I don’t know.
Brett: Thank you for being honest. I guess that I knew you were still in love with Gabby all along, and so this, this is on me.
Casey: It’s more complicated than that.
Brett: No, it’s… it’s really not.
Casey: You rush out of Molly’s, then you avoid me all shift. Talk to me, Sylvie. Did I do something wrong?
Brett: No, I was avoiding you. So I wouldn’t end up doing this.
Cruz: You don’t have to be perfect, Mack. No one expects that except you. It’s OK to be scared and screw up. Both of those things are going to happen a lot on this job. You just learn to manage, move on.
Mackey: I will try like hell. That much I can promise.
Cruz: And I will promise not to worry as much.
Mackey: If there is a cute boy that I happen to want to socialize with…
Cruz: No, no way. Never gonna happen.
Mackey: We’ll see about that.
Mackey: Leslie Shay. I like the name. Did she ride on 61?
Severide: Yeah, Shay rode on 61. She was part of the DNA of this firehouse. She was our friend. So much new blood at 51 these days, pretty soon the people who never knew Shay are going to outnumber those of us who did. They should know whose shadow they’re walking in.
Hey, just so you know, Mackey is gonna be all right no matter where she ends up. ‘Cause she has you looking out for her like I had Mouch. It makes all the difference when you’re just getting on your feet.Ritter
Mackey: But, I don’t know. I don’t know if 51’s the place for me.
Mackey: It’s not just because of the crash. I mean, yeah, the crash was crazy, but I’m guessing that doesn’t happen every day.
Cruz: Not every day.
Mackey: I thought I wanted to be at a busier house. The reality is maybe I’m just not cut out for it. The way Brett acted at the scene, my head is spinning, crawling out of that rig, and she’s racing over to save the psycho who ran us off the road.
Cruz: She’s been doing this a while.
Mackey: Yeah, but some people are mad for that kind of heat. Maybe, I’m just not one of them.
Kidd: What do you think? Severide helped me put together a mayday drill.
Boden: I think you might just make firefighters out of these girls.
Kidd: That’s the plan.
Boden: How does that make you feel? Knowing this might be the future of the CFD.
Kidd: It feels pretty damn good, chief.
Brett: I basically just told Casey I’m in love with him.
Brett: I think my brain got more rattled in that accident than I realized because I just blurted out, ‘It’s always been you.’
Kidd: Well, that can mean a lot of different things.
Brett: Could it? Really?
Kidd: Maybe. You know what? There’s no need to panic here, OK. What is so wrong with him knowing how you feel? That is how you feel, right?
Brett: I… I can’t feel that way.
Kidd: Why not?
Brett: I just… I just can’t. trust me. I’m just going to pretend I didn’t say what I said, and then everything can go back to normal.
Kidd: Is that really the healthiest?
Brett: I didn’t say it, OK?
Casey: Hey, I just wanted to tell you, I’m really glad you’re OK.
Brett: Thanks to you.
Casey: No, you got yourself out of there.
Brett: It’s just the craziest thing climbing out of there and seeing you. How’d you get there so fast?
Casey: Well, it wasn’t just me. We all responded quick, rushed down there together.
Brett: Hmm, funny, I didn’t see anyone else at first.
Casey: Yeah, they were there.
Brett: It’s always been you. Uh, I just mean, you’re always the one who’s there for me in a crisis. That’s all I mean. I guess I’m just trying to thank you for being such a good friend.
Cruz: Hey, you OK? What’s that bandage on your head? A laceration? How serious?
Mackey: It’s not serious. It’s small.
Cruz: Well, you should have gone to Med to have them check you out. You know head injuries, you never know.
Gallo: She’s fine. I gave her a good once over at the scene.
Cruz: Yeah, I bet you did.
Mackey: Joe, I’m fine. For real.
Casey: We should have seen them by now.
Kidd: Whoa, hang on.
Casey: Down there. That’s the rig. Kidd!
Kidd: Hold on, I’m trying.
Casey: Let me out.
Kidd: Hold on, I’m gonna turn around. Casey.
Boden: I have had it. Hey, why is this thing making two-sided copies? This is unacceptable.
Ritter: Oh well, if you want to change it you just do that.
Boden: All of this clerical nonsense just to commission a new ambulance. Civilians not allowed to work in the house for almost a year now, paperwork’s piling up.
Gallo: These have been on Gloria’s desk for a year?
Ritter: Here, give me those forms. Gallo and I can handle it for you.
Boden: That’s a very generous offer.
Severide: Hey, does anyone know where 61 got towed?
Boden: Gallo and Ritter will handle that for you. They’re working the bullpen.
Severide: OK, I need the exact salvage yard the rig is in stat, and I need to address.
Gallo: Why does a squad lieutenant want to track down an ambulance?
Severide: Why does a truck newbie want to get up all in my business?
Ritter: We’ll find out, no worries.
Gallo: If we had just taken the Red Vines back to the bunks like I suggested, none of this would have happened.
Ritter: I told you that’s stealing. It’s just a couple small things.