Carlos: I didn't think we were going to make it out. I should've had -- an extinguisher...
TK: Shhh, it's OK. We're okay.

You took the most important thing in the world from me, and now I'm going to repay the favor.


Your arsonist is Owen Strand.


Look, you're not afraid that they won't get all the cancer. You're afraid that they will and you'll lose your excuse to feel sorry for yourself.


Owen: I know how to roll with the punches.
Judd: No, you take the punches, and then when they're all done, you go find some more.

Yeah, you're depressed and everybody knows it.


Gracie, asking for help doesn't mean that you're weak. It means that you're wise.


Thank you, Judd. I love you, I promise I do. Please, go to work.


You're as tough as they came, ain't ya girl? But you should know better than to be trying to get around without a hand.


Judd: You do have a problem. My wife Grace is the best person I've known. Her life's work is saving lives. Her life's work is saving people. If she saved one life per shift, and that's conservative, then by my estimation, she saved 2050 lives, she saved 2051, if you want to count me, right? Which she saved numeral times. So a piece of trash like you gets to snuff her out and live? What does that mean?
Owen: Judd, that's enough, let him go!
Judd: Why?
Mr. Williams: Because Gracie's awake, son. She's awake, Judd. And the first person she asked for was you. She needs you son.
Owen: Hey, hey!
Judd: Grace just saved your life too. She just saved your life too.

Mr. Williams: The question to you, son, is what are you willing to sacrifice for my daughter?
Judd: Whatever it takes.
Mr. Williams: I was hoping you'd say that. You see for generations this family has been marching for its destiny. I'm afraid that can't happen if you're apart of it.
Judd: OK, what it comes down to is that I'm the wrong color.
Mr. Williams: Oh no no no, I'm not talking about your skin, Judd. I'm talking about the color of your collar.

Judd: Hey, girl.
Grace: Hey, my love.
Judd: You gave us a scare there for a minute.
Grace: You know I wasn't going anywhere, Judd. Wherever you go, that's where I'mma be. That's the deal, right?
Judd: That's the deal.

9-1-1: Lone Star Quotes

Owen: Well, I'm flattered, but if you're gonna put diversity first, shouldn't you hire somebody who's, you know, diverse?
Radford: We need somebody like you. We need somebody who truly understands how much rebuilding this house is gonna heal the community.

Doctor: You were at Ground Zero when the buildings came down, yes?
Owen: [nods] Yeah.
Doctor: Then I don't have to tell you by the 20th anniversary of 9/11, more survivors who were there that day and during the cleanup will get sick or die than people killed on 9/11 itself.
Owen: This is going to kill me, isn't it?