Vic: OK, so you’re gonna kick me out for some girl you’ve been on three dates with?
Dean: No, no, it’s also confusing for Prue.
Vic: For Prue?
Dean: Yes, for Prue.
Vic: OK, well…
Dean: When she gets older.
Vic: Well, then I’ll leave in two years, Miller. What the hell?
Dean: You have to go somewhere. You have to find another place. I’m grateful, you know, for all the help with me and Prue, but it’s time. It’s time. You have to go.

Maya: I was so stupid. Everyone saw the truth about my dad but me. Everyone.
Jack: It’s how these things usually go.
Maya: I ruined the best relationship I ever had because of him.
Jack: You could apologize.
Maya: It’s too late for that. Way too late.
Jack: You’d be surprised how far an ‘I’m sorry’ can get you.

Andy: I’m probably being paranoid.
Meredith: Or you’re remembering stuff you tried very hard to forget. The brain is an amazing machine. If there’s an event or a loss that’s too traumatic, it has a way off walling itself off, so you can survive the trauma. And then here come the memories. They come back in fragments and little puzzle pieces that then you have to put together. And when that happens, that hurts, and I’m not talking about just emotionally. The body remembers the event. The brain remembers the trauma. And that, that’s a whole body ache.
Andy: Thank you. Thank you for… The people who love me keep telling me I sound crazy.
Meredith: Oh Herrera, you know what? For what it’s worth, you don’t sound crazy. And sometimes a breakthrough can look an awful lot like a breakdown.

Amelia: OK, all right.
Sullivan: What, what are you doing?
Amelia: We’re having a meeting, you and me, right now.
Sullivan: A meeting? I’m about to have surgery.
Amelia: And you just got married, and your wife just lost her father, and you could lose your job and go to jail. Your life is in session, and you are keeping it all inside, and that is a recipe for relapse.
Sullivan: I’m not gonna relapse. I just need to get through this surgery right now without using and…
Amelia: And how do addicts get through life without using? We talk to each other.

Sullivan: You know, sometimes it’s easier to be mad at someone you lost than to grieve them, Andy.
Andy: I am grieving him.
Sullivan: You’re trying to find a reason…
Andy: I miss him.
Sullivan: … to be mad at your father and…
Andy: Every minute of every day, and I’m furious with him for lying to me, and keeping my family from me. Why can’t both of those things be true?
Sullivan: Because he just died. Heroically, saving your entire team.

Travis: Hey, who know what? I slept with an engaged friend. Yeah, I did. Even after he wasn’t engaged anymore. I kept sleeping with him because I liked it. I slept with him even after I knew he was falling in love with me. I actually slept with him last night, and a little bit this morning.
Duncan: Do you love him?
Travis: No.

Jack: You at least talked to him?
Andy: Who, my husband? Or you mean the guy who turned himself in to the Civil Service Commission without consulting his wife? Or, wait, do you mean the guy who got suspended without pay for stealing narcotics in order to take down our fire chief – which didn’t work by the way – and all it did was delay my father’s funeral? You mean that guy?
Jack: See, I’m confused ‘cause I thought those were all the same guy.

Jack: So.
Maya: Yeah. I guess I am broken.
Jack: I guess we both are.

Jackson: At least it went clear through.
Ben: Yep, you’re lucky.
Jackson: Oh yeah, the luckiest.

Andy: I’ve always had this idea that my parents had this epic, amazing love story, that they were soulmates, meant to be. But what if they weren’t? What if they were just two messed up people who rushed into a family, and then one of them died?
Maya: Andy, do you think maybe it’s possible that you’re projecting your anxiety about your own marriage onto your parents?
Andy: Why can’t I just say something without someone writing if off as just... Can I… Can I just talk?
Maya: OK, OK, what are you talking about?
Andy: I’ve been going through my dad’s things, and I… I don’t know. I feel like… like maybe I didn’t even know who my dad was, like… like what do I actually know about Pruitt Herrera? He was… he was overbearing. He was… he was controlling. He was…
Maya: If he was controlling, it was only because he loved you.
Andy: Controlling because he loved you. That sounds like a Lifetime movie about a person who needs to escape.
Maya: Andy, you know who your dad was. We all do.
Andy: Do we, or do we just know the version of him that he wanted us to see?
Maya: No, no, you do not get to turn your dad into a bad guy. You won the lottery of dads, and now, just because he died, you are gonna tear down his memory ‘cause it’s easier than coping with the loss of him? No, I am not gonna stand by and watch you do that, not to my captain.
Andy: Not to your captain? Maya, he was my dad.
Maya: Yeah, and you should count yourself lucky.

I thought I was safe. Jogging in the middle of the day. You hear about women getting raped in parks, and it’s like, well, duh. Why would you go running at night in a park? Like, it’s their fault.

Darcy

Andy: This seems like an ex-communication, like my dad cut Sandra off.
Sullivan: Well, do you remember that happening?
Andy: No, I don’t remember any of this. I mean, I don’t remember a lot from when she died, but something is off.
Sullivan: When my parents died it was too painful for a lot of people. You know, nobody knew what to say to me, not even my own family. They… they just slowly drifted away. It happens. Maybe your aunt just didn’t know how to handle the fact that her sister was gone and seeing you was a reminder.
Andy: OK, well if that’s true that… that sucks.
Sullivan: It does.

Station 19 Quotes

Pruitt: If you see a fire put it out, then move on to the next one. Whatever you do, don’t stick around once the fire’s out. There is no life to be lived in the ashes. Let them blow away.
Andy: Good night, daddy.
Pruitt: Good night, Andrea.
Andy: Good-bye, daddy.
Pruitt: See you later.

When people see a fire engine in their rearview mirror, they slow down, move over, and get out of the way...to make room for the heroes. When they see me in their rearview mirror, at best they're annoyed, at worst, they're scared.

Ryan