Chicago Med Quotes
Bert [pokes his head through window, startling Maggie]: Getting hungry yet?
Maggie [jumps]: I know you think this is charming, but it's not.
You chose me to bring me into psychiatry. So I'm not about to let you pawn me off onto that Dr. Chapman...when *you're* the psychiatrist I want to be.Sarah [to Daniel]
Ava: No, I'm happy to do it. Mostly because I find your gift for self-flagellation fascinating.
Connor: What is that supposed to mean?
Ava: Just that, from what I've gathered, this sounds like a fool's errand.
Connor: CT's own Dr. Phil? Thank you.
Ava: Dr. who?
Connor: Can you cover for me tomorrow?
Ava: Sure. Are you getting sick?
Connor: No, I'm headed to Minneapolis.
Ava: That sounds even worse.
Ethan: Dinner tonight?
April: Can't. Going to watch Noah's hockey game. I know that stuff's not a big deal to you, but it's important to me.
Ethan: "That stuff?" You mean adult rec league sports?
April: I mean family.
Maggie: This patient. Indigent. No insurance?
Barry: Afraid so.
Maggie: The hospital's gonna have to eat up the cost.
Barry: What are ya gonna do?
Maggie: We'll give him the best care humanly possible. No expense spared.
Sharon: Seventy-five inches? Sixty wasn't big enough?
Maggie: You know how it is. It's never big enough.
Sarah [referring to Noah's bruised face]: Are you sure you should be at work? You don't look very good.
Noah: Thanks. [suggestively] You look good.
Will [about the IVF couple]: They've really been put through it today.
Connor: Kind of makes you realize how small your own problems are, huh?
Will: And that sometimes, things work out.
Robin: No, Dad, can't you see that I don't want to be helped? I am tired of being a disease. I want to be a person again!
Daniel: Okay. Okay, so, um, so how you want to do that?
Connor: Listen, my dad is a son of a bitch. He likes to destroy things.
Robin: And you, you like to fix things. People with blocked arteries or leaky valves. Unhinged girlfriends who like to shoplift.
Robin: Wanting to save someone, needing to save someone, it's not the same as loving them.
Connor: You should eat. You'll feel better.
Robin: You take good care of me. I guess you do that for all your patients.
Connor: Whoa, whoa, whoa. Hey. You are not my patient. I love you.
Robin: Do you? Because I wouldn't love me. I'd get rid of me.