Mouch: I’m a fellow public servant, working out of Firehouse 51. Anyway, we were at the scene of an accident yesterday with one of your colleagues, and I seem to have inadvertently brought this back to the station with me on the sole of my boot.
Postal worker: Sir, I cannot accept this item from you without an address or proper postage.
Mouch: Right, but look here. Someone already paid for the postage.
Postal worker: There’s no address on this item.
Mouch: But don’t you have some sort of dead letter office?
Postal worker: That is strictly for items already within the postal system. I cannot accept this item from you without an address and proper postage, sir.
Mouch: You know what the problem is here?
Postal worker: That your item doesn’t have an address or proper postage?
Mouch: No, no. The problem is a chronic lack of respect for written correspondence, a dereliction of the solemn vow you made that neither snow nor rain nor gloom of night would stop you … however, it goes.
Postal worker: Next.

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Chicago Fire Season 8 Episode 10: "Hold Our Ground"
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Cruz: What was that? The second the chief mentioned 20 you were about the jump out of your skin.
Gallo: What do you mean? I was just reacting like everyone else.
Cruz: No, that was different. Dramatic.
Gallo: OK, so the medic over there is just the absolute worst. We went through EMT training together at the Academy. Bad attitude. Super competitive. Always looking for an opportunity to fight. I tried to get along but by the end, I would have locked myself in the Academy smokebox just to create distance between us.
Mouch: Wow.
Gallo: Anyway, you didn’t hear that from me.

Arsonist: Why? Why’d you come back?
Severide: I’m a firefighter.