Chicago Fire Season 9 Episode 6: "Blow This Up Somehow" Quotes
Brett: Hey, um, I know I asked for space, and you’ve been really great about that, but it’s been a while, and it’s nice just to talk again, you know?
Casey: Yeah, it is.
Casey: I gave you an order on that call, did I not?
Gallo: You mean about the shutoff. Yes, you told me to take care of it, but I spotted the victim and shutoff wasn’t going to help her. She was already covered in gas.
Casey: The order I’m referring to is when I said no one moves in until I say so.
Gallo: She’d be dead if I didn’t move in right then and there.
Casey: You’re lucky you’re not dead too. Diving in headfirst wasn’t your only option. Forget how to use a radio? Report your situation, call for backup.
Gallo: With all due respect, captain, you know I was quick to act when you hired me. That’s why you hired me, and I think I deserve the benefit of the doubt here. I was operating with information you wouldn’t have.
Casey: Go home.
Casey: Pack up and go home.
Casey: I can’t be your babysitter, Gallo. Come back when you’ve got your head on straight.
Mouch: I know what all that whispering was about.
Cruz: You do?
Mouch: Yeah, and if you saw it, say it to my face.
Cruz: What are you talking about, Mouch?
Casey: You think I handled it the right way?
Severide: A save like that I might have let it slide, but it’s your call. I wouldn’t second guess yourself as long as your frustration is with Gallo and not something unrelated. You seem a little off lately. Anything going on?
Casey: Nah, all good. How about you? Any particular reason Kidd is staying away from the apartment?
Severide: Nothing that won’t work itself out. It’s all good.
Kidd: Sorry, my head’s all over the place.
Brett: I don’t blame you.
Kidd: Everyone warned me that Kelly wasn’t the settling down type, that he would blow this up, somehow, someway.
Brett: But he’s changed so much since you two got together.
Kidd: Does anybody ever really change? What if everything I thought we had together was wrong?
Kidd: I was just thinking would it be possible to put off taking the lieutenant’s test until next year.
Boden: Well, as you know, tests are only scheduled for when there are openings available, so waiting is a gamble.
Kidd: I’m so grateful to you, for your support, and I definitely do see myself getting on that officer track soon. There is just a lot going on right now, and I don’t want Girls on Fire falling through the cracks.
Boden: OK, can you do me a favor? Why don’t you take a few days to think it over?
Kidd: OK, I will.
Colson: I’ve seen this before: Medics swapping out narcotics for something benign, usually saline. How well do you know your new partner?
Brett: You think Gianna Mackey is stealing meds off of the ambulance? No way, no chance.
Boden: Mackey came to us highly recommended by Joe Cruz, who’s known her all her life. If Brett says that she trusts her, so do I.
Colson: I can respect that, but I’m going to have to open up an inquiry, and if this doesn’t get resolved, it comes back on the PIC.
Casey: I’m sorry. I’d really like to, but…
Sydney: Something to do with the paramedic maybe? Sylvie? It’s kind of impossible not to notice the way you look at her.
Casey: You’re great, Sydney, and a lot of fun.
Sydney: You are too.
Casey: God, I really wish I was in the right place for this now.
Sydney: Maybe another time then. Don’t lose my number, Capt. Casey.
Mackey: I just wanted to make sure you weren’t moping around, feeling sorry for yourself.
Gallo: That’s very thoughtful of you.
Mackey: Yeah, I’m like that. Seriously, though, I feel so badly about pushing you into telling that story.
Gallo: Don’t. Everything that happened with Casey is on me. You want a beer?
Mackey: No, no, I don’t want to take any more of your hanging out, looking hot in sweats time.
Gallo: I get the feeling you do.
Mackey: I don’t know. I mean I know how nervous you get when I’m within reach.
Mackey: See, that’s why we’re so good together because when it matters, we give it all we got.
Gallo: See, I thought it was the crazy chemistry. So what is this you and me? Not that it has to have a label or anything.
Mackey: How about no rules, just fun.
Gallo: I like that except maybe, one rule. Cruz can never know this happened, which means we can’t tell anyone at the firehouse.
Mackey: I’ll think about it.
Mouch: I know what you’re talking about. I don’t care who sees it anymore.
Herrmann [to Mouch]: Ah, you got Trudy’s name tattooed on there. Huh?
Mouch: I lost a bet, OK. You do not back out on a bet with Trudy Platt. I was trying to keep it in the marital vault, but I guess someone here has prying eyes.
Herrmann: No one ever saw that, Mouch.
Cruz: That’s a secret I did not want to know.
Gallo: She showed up at my place. I didn’t ask her to come over. It just happened, OK.
Cruz: I’m going to kill those two.
Mackey: So are you going to tell me what’s going on with you and Casey because when we ran into that Sydney girl, you were pretty spun out.
Brett: We had a brief complicated thing, and I guess I was a little hurt to see how quickly he got over it, even though I’m the one who told him to. Honestly, I just want him to be happy.
Mackey: Well girl, clearly you need to get out and have some fun on your own.