Casey: Drop the hammer.
Severide: You think? It’s still pretty early.
Casey: This is no job for wannabees. Me and Darden went through the Academy with a guy named Mizuka. It was one red flag after another with him, but somehow he made the cut. Then in his first year riding engine, he drops his line, bails out on his team, and puts one of them in the hospital. You either have the firefighting gene or you don’t.
Severide: What’s your take?
Kidd: My take? Well, Girls on Fire isn't exactly the Academy, but in my experience, there’s a lot of raw talent out there, and with encouragement and a little support, you’d be surprised how some people can rise to the occasion.

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Chicago Fire Season 9 Episode 11: "A Couple Hundred Degrees"
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Herrmann: I got someone to set you up with.
Ritter: Oh, no, that’s not necessary or even a good idea but thank you.
Herrmann: What, no, he’s in Cindy’s book club.
Ritter: Let me guess. He’s the only other gay friend you have.
Herrmann: Uh, that’s possible, but that doesn’t mean he’s not the right guy for you. I mean you probably even know him.
Ritter: You think all gay people in Chicago know each other?
Herrmann: No, but my point is Andy is a great guy, and I think you two would hit it off.

Casey: I wanted to let you know with respect to our conversation last shift, you don’t need to worry. The headaches, all that, they stopped.
Gallo: That’s great.
Casey: And I talked to Will Halstead over at Med, so it’s all good.
Brett: What’s all good?
Casey: I had a couple bad headaches last shift, but it’s all cleared up.
Brett: I’m glad you’re better.