Conrad: Are you sure right now is the right time to make this move?
Nic: I've never been more sure. 

All this corporatized medicine. Profit over patients I guess I look at it as a different kind of battle. One where we need to keep showing up, keep fighting, keep making a difference no matter what the odds are against us. 


AJ: Speaking of me, I know who you are. There are photos of you in the email of the documents sent to me by the adoption agency. You are my egg donor's sperm donor.
Lamar: Biological father works just as well.
AJ: Ah the word father in any capacity is reserved for the man who raised me.

Devon: Mina, don't scare her off too much. Let her enjoy being pregnant.
Mina: I have watched too many women, particularly women of color, be harmed because nobody else was looking out for them. You know that as well as I do.

It sickens me to say that all I have to do is look at you and know who my father is. A proper DNA will prove it.


Biology is a huge bitch, man. I mean Lamar rolls up on me with my walk, my talk. I never met the man, but it's obvious we share DNA.


Dr. Damn He's Hot can operate on me any day!


Irving: Traitor!
Devon: It's a rotation in the oncology service. Everyone does rotations.
Irving: Yeah, but it's breaking my heart to think of you in anything but eye-catching green scrubs.
Nurse Huntley: Owww. Babe magnet!

Don't push my buttons, or I will push back and decimate your buttons.


Lemar: Half your genes come from me, and I'm dying.
AJ: Make an appointment.
Lemar:  It's hereditary which means you might be dying too.

Lemar: I can't change what we did and apologizing is not going to make --
AJ: When did you apologize?!!
Lemar: Let me speak! 

I will do anything against any odds to stay with my kids for however I can. I won't give up. 


The Resident Quotes

Conrad: Everything you thought you knew about medicine is wrong. All the rules you followed will break. I have only one rule, it covers everything. I'm never wrong. You do whatever the hell I tell you, no questions asked.
Devon: Do you want me to speak now?
Conrad: That's a question.

Bell: I'm Chief of Surgery, and it's the end of a 30-hour shift. What did you see?
Doctor: We're all on the same side here. Maybe he had a heart attack.