Transplant Season 1 Episode 10: "Collapse" Quotes
That was a tough day. I know you're all exhausted. We weren't perfect, but we came through. What we do here is about more than being perfect. It's about showing up no matter how we're tested and leaving everything on the floor. That's what we do every day, and nothing makes me more proud than knowing that. Now get back to work.Dr. Bishop
Mags: DrBishop! Dr. Bishop, I just ... I want you to know you were wrong about me when you suggested that internal was a better fit. Because emergency is where I belong-
Dr. Bishop: I know.
Mags: No, but what I'm s-
Dr. Bishop: You showed me that today. Welcome home, Dr. Leblanc.
Dr. Singh: I was minutes away. You should have waited.
June: Would you be saying the same thing if I was Dr. Miller.
Dr. Singh: You think I'm giving you a hard time because you're a woman. When I started here 25 years ago, I was the only brown face in the department.
June: Well, I guess you found a way to pay that prejudice forward.
Dr. Singh: If that's what you wanna believe, Dr. Curtis, fine. But the truth is, you shouldn't have performed that procedure alone, for the same reason I didn't want Dr. Miller to go ahead and divide that cystic artery this morning, which I explained to him after you left. Because you're not ready.
June: A patient's gonna live a normal life because of what I did in there.
Dr. Singh: Your execution was sloppy. You cut wider than necessary, and you used twice the mesh that you needed. He'll have a harder recovery because of it. This isn't about your gender, or your sense of entitlement, or the massive chip on your shoulder! It's about the patients. Consider that next time, before you cut.
Julia: It took you long enough.
Naomi: You know me. Always late.
Julia: I promise never to complain about that ever again.
Dr. Bishop: You said you did those procedures in the war. It's understandable if this one got to you, given the events of the day.
Bash: It didn't. I hesitated. That's all.
Dr. Bishop: I think we both know it was more than that.
Elena: It's okay bab. You're in the hospital. Everything's okay.
Theo: I'm Theo, Gabi. I'm gonna ask you something, okay? Could you count backwards from ten for me?
Gabi: Why backwards?
Theo: That's a very good sign. Your mother told me you have a mind of your own. Looks like she was right. Welcome back Gabi.
Claire: I am so sorry to tell you, but the doctors weren't able to save Chris's life. He died from the overdose.
Alexia: I tried to help him. I did.
Claire: I spoke with the paramedics and they said the exact same thing. You did everything you could. Is there anyone I can call to be here with you.
Alexia: No, there's uh, there's no one.
Claire: I know how hard this must be.
Alexia: Do you? Really? Because the only person who ever gave a crap about me is dead.
Dr. Bishop: Mags!
Dr. Bishop: Where do you spend every waking moment of your days?
Mags: In this hospital.
Dr. Bishop: Exactly. And when you're not here, what're you doing?
Dr. Bishop: Reading what?
Mags: Medical textbooks. I've read three studies on this procedure, and I've watched every video avaliable online. You're the one always telling me not to overthink, but I'm ready fo this because of all the work I've done.
Dr. Bishop: I agree.
Mags: You do.
Dr. Bishop; If I were stuck in an elevator with a hematoma, no imaging, and no tools, I'd be lucky to have you there to handle it.
Elena: There must be ssomething you can tell me. Chances, statistics, I can't ust sit her in the dark. Gabi walks home from school on her own. If I'd finished work early and come to pick her up ...
Theo: Elena, this is not your fault.
Elena: I had the option to work from home this year, and I didn't take it.
Theo: And if you did pick her up? It could be both of you lying there.
Bash: Are you okay?
Mags: Yeah. What? Am I okay? Are you? What were you thinking? You could've been killed. You can't just-
Bash: Show up and volunteer as a doctor?
Dr: Bishop: We're still waiting on an ETA from the scene. In the meantime, I want -
Claire: What's he doing?
Dr. Bishop: Dr. Hamed! Running into the fire, apparently.