Chicago Med Quotes
You told me, a couple of weeks ago, about your own sister and her struggles. If she came in her needing help, would you hand her over to an agency you knew would only make things worse?April [to Ethan]
Daniel: You know, the irony is, that guy is so much more scared of you than you are of him.
Sarah: I doubt that.
Daniel: What, are you kidding me? Guy like Hector -- not gonna let you in. A shrink? He's utterly terrified of what you may find, you know, what he might have to face.
Will: Natalie, if we were talking about any other terminally ill patient, would you be telling me to prolong life at any cost?
Nat: Of course not.
Will: We should be helping his parents get through this, not making it harder for them.
Will: What were you thinking in there?
Nat: That this baby might still have a chance.
Will: Well, Dr. Grant, who deals with this every day, completely disagrees with your assessment.
Ava: Any particular reason you tried to sabotage this?
Connor: How about...we're taking an unnecessary risk all so you can rack up a splashy surgery?
Ava: Ah, so it's about the credit. Jealous, maybe?
Sharon: Dr. Rhodes, be careful. Patients are going to keep coming. And as wealthy as you may be, your checkbook won't be able to keep up.
Connor: But it did today.
I'm reading up on child development. Emotional modeling, active engagement...I thought maybe the best way to bond might just be a bribe.Will
Sarah, nobody learns how to master their fears in two weeks, trust me. It just doesn't happen. Not even to somebody as determined as you are.Daniel
Connor: Hey there. How you feeling?
Asterid: All things considered, fantastic. I mean, I'm down a kidney, but at least it didn't cost me an arm and a leg.
Will: See, you got your sense of humor back. Kind of.
Let me break down toddlers for you. They eat, poop, sleep, and play. Help them out with any of one of those things, and you're gold.Maggie
Maggie: Nice shiner. Haven't seen one of those on you for a while.
Will: This time, wasn't my fault.
Maggie [laughing]: South Side boy. Somehow, I don't buy it.
Will: Double duty again, huh?
Maggie: Yep. Twice the work for me, and yet, it's the hospital's bank account that benefits. You know, trickle up economics.