Jessica: Aaron, you can’t stop fighting. Maddie would never have wanted you to stop.
Aaron: No! Don’t you dare! Don’t you dare! What are you going to say, huh? That Maddie was a fighter? That she never quit?

Shaun: I love you.
Aaron: I know. I love you too.
Shaun: I love you more.

Hope is irrelevant for me. Hope is painful. I don’t want to spend what’s left of my life chasing my tail around in a circle.


I need a friend more than I need space.


Shaun: You got a 70-inch flatscreen too.
Kenny: Uh, no. I borrowed yours. It makes no sense for us both to have one, right? Plus, the homies got to watch March Madness.

We’ll just take the doorstop.

Aaron Glassman

What are you doing tomorrow? I’m calling in sick.


What would happen if people who needed our help thought they would be arrested?


Do you want to be a comedian? People getting your jokes must be very important to you if you think it’s worth the risk of dying during elective surgery.


Shaun: The surgery isn't guaranteed to help you walk. Why would you risk losing a person who accepts you the way you are? You may not find another one.
Hunter: There are a lot of reasons to marry me, you know. I'm sure there are a lot of reasons to marry you.
Shaun: Yes. I'm organized. I have excellent visual-spatial memory, and Lea says I'm refreshingly honest and fair.

Jared: Does anyone like you?
Morgan: I like me.

There's a 15% chance that this surgery would kill you.

Dr. Melendez

The Good Doctor Season 1 Quotes

The day that the rain smelled like ice cream, my bunny went to heaven in front of my eyes. The day that the copper pipes in the old building smelled like burnt food, my brother went to heaven in front of my eyes. I couldn’t save them. It’s sad. Neither one had the chance to become an adult. They should have become adults. They should have had children of their own and loved those children and I want to make that possible for other people. And I want to make a lot of money so that I can have a television.

Dr. Shaun Murphy

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