Nic: Hey, talk to me. Don't do this; don't shut me out. Look, if this is about Jude-
Conrad: Hey, no explanation necessary. It's your life.
Nic: Conrad.
Conrad: You told me repeatedly that this thing was over between us, I just didn't want to hear it. That's on me.

You were right. We have to do something about Lane.


Devon: Why would Lane proceed with a transplant?
Nic: Money.

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Wilmot: Hey, you think you're so damn smart. You know one of these days your need to play God with the rules is going to cost the patient their life. And when that happens, there's going to be a long line of us ready to make sure your medical career goes up in flames.
Conrad: Ohh, one man against an army, now you're talking my language. That gets me excited. You know what else gets me excited? Knowing that if your hand is still on my arm in 3 seconds, you're going to be waking up in the ER wondering how you got there.

Am I reading this properly? Lily is in acute renal failure?


Carver: I'm curious, how are your surgical error complication rates?
Bell: Excuse me?

Conrad: Do you trust me?
Nigel: Yes. God knows why.
Devon: What are you doing?
Conrad: Wilmot can't test a patient he can't find.

Wilmot: I'm trying to help the patient.
Conrad: Then why don't you try actually listening to him.

Isabel, you've worked here long enough to know that I am the doctor. You are the nurse, so you can run a new damn panel on Lily, or I can take it up with your supervisor.


See, this has always been your problem, Hawkins. You think your way is the only way.


I don't do people.


Devon: Nic, do you think, maybe, that you're allowing your personal feelings for Lane cloud your judgment? It's no secret that you two don't get along.
Nic: No, I'm doing my job. A job that Lane threatened by the way, so you just keep your eye on Lily. You're her doctor, that's your job.

The Resident Season 1 Episode 6 Quotes

Winthrop: You look well. Atlanta suits you.
Conrad: Why are you here, Dad?
Winthrop: I'm looking for worthwhile investment opportunities.
Conrad: It's been over a decade since we last spoke, and you suddenly show up. What's the real reason?
Winthrop: You were always suspicious.
Conrad: And you were always a narcissist.

Irving: What happened to him?
Mina: I did.