Mr. Wolke: I am dying. I have accepted that fact.
Mrs. Wolke: Yosel -
Mr. Wolke: I'm sorry, Miriam. All I want is to go to G-d at peace. I want you with me. I want you to come home. Be with your mother and your brothers and sisters.
Asher: It's sad. I want to be your son almost more than I want to be myself. But I can't. [Asher kisses Jerome]. This is who I am. And this is my boyfriend.

Mrs. Wolke: Asher. Say the Mishaberach for Ava. Prayer for the sick.
Asher: You want me to pray to a god I don't believe in?

Mr. Wolke: Will you be joining us for Shabbos, Dr. Allen?
Jordan: I'd love to, but I should be researching how to save your life.
Mr. Wolke: Am I dying tomorrow? Then you should join us. From sundown to sundown we spend a day in joy and rest, with G-d.

Asher: I read your letter.
Mr. Wolke: I sent it six years ago.
Asher: I wasn't sure I wanted to hear what you had to say.
Mr. Wolke: I wanted to give you the news about the family.
Asher: I am not part of the family anymore. You made that very clear when I left.
Mr. Wolke: You chose to leave. We wanted you to stay. We wanted to help you. You are not the only one who has struggled with finding the right path. Everyone has times where they must deny the desires of the flesh.
Asher: You're right. I did make a choice. It was either follow your rules or love and accept who I am. I chose the one that was more important.

Park: I didn't know you were applying to jobs across the country.
Morgan: I'm not. I just want as many offers as possible for more leverage with St. Bonaventures. It helps to show you're in demand.
Park: I'd rather keep the job I have.

Mrs. Wolke: God bless you, Dr. Murphy.
Shaun: Okay. Thank you. [Shaun leaves]
Asher: Can you two cool it with the God bless you stuff? This is a secular hospital.
Mr. Wolke: It is called St. Bonaventure.

Lea: Banana with a hint of cinnamon. I think this is my favorite.
Shaun: I like chocolate chip with syrup.
Lea: I like eating pancakes in bed.
Shaun: Want to have sex?
Lea: Yes.
Shaun: Want to finish the pancakes first?
Lea: Yes.
Shaun: We're getting good at pretending to be a married couple.

Lim: I have a nurse who's going through domestic abuse at home.
Claire: I'm sorry to hear that. Is she okay?
Lim: I don't know whether she's going to be able to make it. I may need to let her go.
Claire: That's your objective? To be Chief of Staff you have to be willing to fire battered women?
Lim: If they're endangering patients, yes.
Claire: You know, when I left I really admired you. You were a fantastic Chief of Surgery and I admired how you were so dedicated to your career that you were willing to sacrifice everything. But now, I don't know. Maybe it's a year in Guatemala or just getting a year older, but I'm not so sure I admire you anymore.

When Shaun and I agreed to do this, it became more than a wedding. We are representing atypical couples, showing that an atypical person can marry a neurotypical person in the most freaking perfect wedding ever.


Nurse Villanova: After my mother died, I was all alone, and Owen was there for me. He's going through a lot right now. Not that he should take it out on me.
Lim: I know this is hard. But it is also necessary.

Park: What did we get them?
Morgan: A breadmaker.
Park: Do they even eat bread?

These are your friends who are going to save my life?


The Good Doctor Quotes

Aren’t we judged by how we treat people? I don’t mean as doctors. I mean as people. Especially those who don’t have the same advantages that we have. We hire Shaun and we give hope to those people with limitations that those limitations are not what they think they are. That they do have a shot! We hire Shaun and we make this hospital better for it. We hire Shaun and we are better people for it.

Dr. Aaron Glassman

I saw a lot of surgeons in medical school. You’re much better than them. I have a lot to learn from you. You’re very arrogant. Do you think that helps you be a good surgeon? Does it hurt you as a person? Is it worth it?

Dr. Shaun Murphy