I'm sorry I have to say goodbye. It's not easy. You've been my family for so many years. I'll never forget you. You will always be a part of me, and I'll always be grateful for the time we had together.


Will Halstead, what are we going to do without you? You have been a constant source of irritation and a constant source of inspiration.


Maggie: What about her insurance? She'll be in debt for the rest of her life.
Archer: Unless we do it off the books, which means that Jack Dayton and his for-profit hospital won't get reimbursed. I can live with that.

Sharon: Dr. Halstead, we are now a for-profit hospital and Jack Dayton basically owns it. So if he wants to go ahead with the surgery, I no longer have the authority to stop it.
Will: I can't stand what this place has become.

Look Crockett, I want you to do the surgery. Look, because it's you, after the IPO I'll sideline 2.0 and fix it. How's that sound? Come on, man, I'm your patient. That's gotta count for something.


Fred: It wasn't me.
Charles: Was someone else in the car?
Fred: No. It was this hand. It grabbed the wheel and I couldn't stop it.

Charles: So Jack's opening his IPO.
Sharon: Yep. Big day for him.
Charles: And us.
Sharon: I don't know that Jack's corporate business affects us.

Will: Mrs. Anderson? Are you still in pain?
Janice: It's not that.
Will: What is it?
Janice: My husband -
EMT: He's stable.
Janice: No...
Will: What is it?
Janice: My husband... he tried to kill us.

I'm sorry Maggie. I was thrown off earlier I knew this day was coming but I wasn't ready for it.


You know, you can't always trust feet. That fear, when the theoretical becomes reality. Because more often than not, it's trying to sabotage a good thing.


Asher: What are you doing?
Abrams: That's my wife on the table.
Asher: I understand. But you are a neurosurgeon. Sorry to be blunt, but you have nothing to offer when it comes to performing a cerclage.

Maggie: How long do you think you're going to get away with this?
Will: What?
Maggie: Another patient with chest pain?
Will: It's the only way to get around Dayton's policies.