Chicago Fire Season 8 Episode 16: "The Tendency of a Drowning Victim" Quotes
Herrmann: Turns out I can’t put up the money I promised you. I thought I could rearrange some stuff, but it doesn’t add up. I’m sorry.
Herrmann: We’ll find a new space for the bakery, you know, just as good.
Lily: Wait, you’re still gonna help me?
Herrmann: Yeah, of course. I just don’t have the funds …
Lily: Oh no, I don’t care about the money Herrmann. I just … I need your support and advice. I can always find a cheaper space but from the way Brian talked, I know I’ll never find a better mentor.
Herrmann: Otis said that?
Herrmann: Jesus. Listen Lily, you are always gonna have my support, OK. And you are always -- and I mean always -- gonna be a part of this 51 family.
Lily: Took me a little too long to realize that but I think I finally get it.
Casey: OK, I have to ask: Are we good?
Severide: What do you mean?
Casey: I didn’t see you at the apartment off shift. You just avoiding Kidd while she’s on the psycho diet, or do you and I need to talk about our argument at the lake?
Casey: Never mind.
Gallo: OK, look, there’s healthy, and then there’s this. What do I do with it?
Ritter: I don’t know.
Gallo: OK, well you got us into this mess, so figure it out.
Ritter: What? I’m not the cook; you are.
Kidd: What’s going on?
Gallo: Mr. Suck Up here offered to make Chief Boden separate meals.
Ritter: Whoa, what was I supposed to do? He was standing here, all cranky, yelling about the stuff that Donna dropped off.
Gallo: I don’t even know what these are.
Ritter: They’re flaxseeds. I told you.
Gallo: See, that doesn’t help me at all.
Kidd: OK, this is ridiculous. We can’t live under this tyranny. I’ll talk to the chief when he gets back from the district meeting.
Casey: I can’t let you go in Severide. It’s too dangerous.
Severide: We don’t have a choice.
Casey: Severide I said no. They’ve been in the water too long. It’s not worth the risk.
Severide: Cold water can preserve a drowning victim. You know that.
Casey: It’s been 40 minutes, at least, maybe a lot longer. This isn’t a rescue. It’s a recovery. Let the police divers handle it. Stand down. That’s an order.
Severide: If that victim has any hope, you’re gonna make them wait for police divers?
Casey: I said it’s a recovery. I’m not sending you into dangerous waters to retrieve a corpse.
Severide: Pack up the gear guys.
Kidd: Hey, so you know how we had to keep quiet last night so we didn’t wake up Casey?
Severide: Mm-hmm. He left?
Kidd: Time to wake up the rest of the building.
Julie: But hey, I want to learn more about you.
Brett: Oh uh …
Julie: Like what’s your favorite movie?
Brett: Uh, I must have watched ‘La La Land’ like a hundred times.
Julie: Ugh, I loved ‘La La Land’ ‘til it got sad.
Brett: Oh same. I turn it off when they break up.
Julie: Well, they should have ended up together.
Julie: Well, what about your favorite foods?
Brett: Do you really want to know what kinds of foods I like?
Julie: Sylvie, I want to know everything.
Casey: Everything all right, chief?
Boden: What’s that supposed to mean?
Herrmann: You seem a little on edge, that’s all.
Boden: Donna’s got me on some damn diet.
Cruz: We’re all done by shift’s end.
Severide: Donna wants you to lose weight?
Boden: Do I look like I need to lose weight?
Kidd: Of course not chief, but that’s what diets are for sometimes.
Boden: Look, my last checkup, my cholesterol numbers are high. Now I’m following something I found on the internet called a surplus diet.
Mouch: Oh, I read about that: surplus of fiber, not fat.
Boden: A surplus of starvation is more like it.