Chicago Fire Season 8 Episode 18: "I'll Cover You" Quotes
Brett: Uh, what’s wrong?
Doctor: Our suspicion was right. It was a placental abruption. The baby’s oxygen was compromised so we performed a cesarean, but Julie developed preeclampsia, and… we did everything we could. She lost a lot of blood. I’m very sorry. She died on the table Sylvie.
Brett: Oh no.
Doctor: Julie is related to you how?
Brett: She’s my mother. Um, is the baby…
Doctor: The baby’s doing well. Would you like to see her?
Brett: Um, um…
Casey: Go, go.
Boden: You gave the mother of that boy a little bit of peace. Knowing his murder didn’t go unanswered.
Severide: I was just trying to help.
Boden: You did that and more.
Mouch: Don’t feel bad Casey.
Casey: I don’t really feel bad.
Mouch: Well, that’s my point. You shouldn’t. But you get recognition all the time -- accolades, promotions -- but grunts like me and Shimblecock, it is not that often people come seeking us out to show their gratitude.
Casey: I’m sure you’re right.
Brett: Um, look, I wanted to say… I mean I hope you won’t think I’m overstepping, but I would really like to be included in your family. I mean, even after Scott gets here and the baby comes.
Julie: Of course you’re included. That’s why I wanted all of us to go out and celebrate the move.
Brett: All of us?
Julie: Yeah, yeah. The reservation at Swift & Sons is Friday at 8. And I might fall asleep with my head on the table, but it was the earliest booking they had. I figured you and Scott can just ignore me.
Brett: That’s so sweet. I didn’t realize.
Julie: Sylvie, we’re moving to Chicago to be closer to you. You can knock on our door any time day or night, and I mean that. Preferably night, so you can help put the baby to sleep.
Foster: Tell me if I’m crazy, but it seemed like you got a little quiet when Julie left this morning.
Brett: Did I? I guess we’ve been having so much fun together. I’m just not sure what’s gonna happen once Scott gets here and the baby comes. I’m not sure how I fit in, you know?
Foster: Girl, please. I’ve seen you and Julie together. That bond’s not gonna break for anyone or anything. OK?
Casey: You good?
Severide: No such thing as “nice try” in firefighting.
Casey: We got one safe. Let’s focus on that.
Kidd: Hell yeah, it will be challenging, but you show up, you put in the blood, sweat, and tears, and this program could change your life.
Seager: We’ll have a lot of fun too.
Kidd: Hey you with the gum. You must have a lot of energy to snap gum through my whole presentation. This program could be a great way for you to channel that energy. All right, signs up are right here.
Seager: Thanks for listening. We know the school made you show up, but we really appreciate it. Fun starts next week.
Kidd: That’s the third time we’ve done this pitch, and there’s still no takers.
Seager: We might need another approach. One a little less intimidating.