Georgia: Max, it's 9:30. You're going to be late.
Max: No, I'm not.
Georgia: Oh my God. Did you get fired? That was fast even for you.
Max: I'm taking the day off. I thought I'd spend the day here with you.

Max: There's so much to do.
Helen: You're going to have to prioritize.
Max: You mean start saying no.
Helen: I mean start saying yes, to you. What do you need, Max?

You know what's even better than staying in control? Letting go of it. Don't start what you can't finish.


Max: You OK?
Helen: I took the hard road.

Tiana: Everyone looks sad.
Helen: Sweetheart, your cancer is back. Tiana, you asked what it's like when you die. I think that it's like this. Come. So, when it happens, you won't be able to see your mum and dad, and they won't be able to see you. But they will always be there.
Tiana: And I'll always be here?
Helen: Yes, you'll never stop thinking of each other. You'll never stop talking to each other. You'll just be on a different side of the room.
Tiana: Mommy, can you hear me?
Tiana's Mom: Yes, baby doll.
Tiana's Dad: We can hear you.
Tiana: I can hear you too.

Iggy: Hey, are those facts or those feelings?
Jemma: Feelings.
Iggy: Right. They're feelings, so why don't we try sticking to the facts.

I promise you will never see a single bill from New Amsterdam.


Patient: Are you even a real doctor.
Kapoor: Yes, and I am trying to help you.

What's it like when you die?


Resident: Dr. Reynolds?! Uh, Dr. Bloom asked me to um,
Floyd: Start with the subject, then with the very, and see where it takes you from there.

Do I need to remind you that you need a throat to make jokes?


I always found stillness to be a highly overrated human ability.