We've been finalizing my divorce. We didn't want to deal with the custody agreement but now that Kellan's 18 we did it. It's been over for a long time, but still. It hurts. And I'm pissed at myself and I'm pissed that I just shared all that with the coldest person I know.


Jordan: I think she made the right choice.
Morgan: She made the only choice any mother would make. She wants to save both her babies.
Jordan: Doesn't that make it the right choice?

Shaun: If we do an emergency C-section, there is a 90% chance the weak baby will die. If we inject with amniotic fluid, there is an 85% chance the strong baby will die. Therefore that is the better option.
Morgan: Survival of the fittest. We should save the strong baby.
Olivia: 5% chance? That's how we decide which baby lives or dies?
Shaun: We don't have to decide. We can induce labor and deliver the strong baby then stop labor before delivering the weak baby.
Andrews: Stopping labor is very hard to do.
Shaun: There is a 70% chance that both babies will die. Making it the worst option. But we should ask Kensie.
Morgan: No, we shouldn't. When she hears there's the slightest chance both her babies will live, everything else will go out the window.
Andrews: It is a terrible option. But it is an option.

Glassman: It's not about equality. It's about giving each person what they need.
Shaun: How do I know what each person needs?
Glassman: Well you've taught the medicine, so maybe it's an emotional issue.
Shaun: I'm definitely not capable of giving her what she needs with that.
Glassman: Maybe you could ask her how she feels.
Shaun: I don't care how she feels.
Glassman: That's the beauty of it. You don't have to care. Just ask. People love to talk about themselves.

Andrews: How is it going with your first years?
Shaun: Jordan talks too much and Olivia talks too little. And Olivia has no idea where the jugular vein is.

Shaun: I guess you were just nervous before.
Olivia: Didn't you have first case jitters?
Shaun: No. [pager beeps] The sick twin is in distress.

Woman: My body is trying to kill one of my babies?
Shaun: Yes.

Woman: What does that mean, Dr. Murray?
[After Shaun points to his name badge]
Morgan: Is your vision blurry?
Woman: A little, but I'm just tired.
Morgan: Could be pre-eclampsia.

Claire: Ugh. Morgan needs me to go in ASAP.
Lim: You think she shouldn't page you? You figure she can handle it just because she used to be a surgical intern?

You picked them, so it's your responsibility to train them. And don't take this responsibility lightly, because if you don't train them well, people will die.


Lim: Morgan. Get out.
Morgan: I'm sorry. I'll be quiet.
Lim: No, you won't. You can't. So leave the OR Gallery.

I'm going to turn the sound off. Don't worry. Nothing's wrong. I just want to talk about you behind your backs for a minute.


The Good Doctor Quotes

We all want it to be over. We're sick of ourselves and sick of each other or we're pining for someone we can't be with and we're afraid the world will never be the same again. I don't know, Shaun. I don't have a map for this. The best I can do is say be kind. Be kind to yourself and be kind to everyone else because what else is there?


Aren’t we judged by how we treat people? I don’t mean as doctors. I mean as people. Especially those who don’t have the same advantages that we have. We hire Shaun and we give hope to those people with limitations that those limitations are not what they think they are. That they do have a shot! We hire Shaun and we make this hospital better for it. We hire Shaun and we are better people for it.

Dr. Aaron Glassman