Station 19 Quotes
Maya: I’m coming with you.
Sullivan: I’m applying for lieutenant.
Andy: I’m sorry. I could have sworn you just said you were applying for lieutenant.
Sullivan: Gregory might have implied that if I helped with the Miller situation a promotion could follow.
Andy: The Miller situation? Whoa, that’s whoa. And you’re actually considering it?
Sullivan: Well, the chief and other brass, they’re not happy with Miller’s lawsuit against PD. You saw…
Andy: Robert, what they did to you, to him.
Sullivan: I know what they did, OK. I know what they did, and a lawsuit’s not going to change a damn thing.
Andy: And you’re willing to trade your principles for a title?
Sullivan: I’m not saying it’s right. What if I keep getting promoted and I make changes we need top down.
Sullivan: Andy, you always say you don’t care about the title, but you’re ashamed of me.
Andy: Ashamed of me?
Sullivan: You didn’t tell your family I got demoted.
Andy: Robert, don’t pretend that is about me or our marriage on any level. This is about you saving your own career.
Sullivan: It’s called triage, and our marriage doesn’t need saving. Our marriage is the only good thing I have in my life. Do you understand that? You are the only good thing in my life. Please don’t make that an our problem.
Carina: Maya, I have to go back.
Maya: Can’t immigration make an exception? You are a doctor. We need you here.
Carina: But they need me there more. Italy is dying … all gone because of COVID, and Andrea, I want to spread his ashes at the beach our mom used to take us. It’s not going to be forever, I promise. Just until immigration opens up, and they can sort out all my visa stuff. OK, no tears.
Travis: Did you know that for most of my life I thought that it was my fault that you hated me, that I had done something wrong. For you to never come to any of my wrestling matches or meet any of my friends, not coming to my wedding and making mom follow suit. I just I couldn’t figure out why you hated me so much.
Paul: Travis, I could never hate you.
Travis: I know. I mean I know that now. You actually hate yourself. I just wish it didn’t take you so long to figure that out because that night with the soup, I could have used a dad that loved me, who loved himself, but instead, you just walked away.
Paul: I didn’t know what to say.
Travis: You should have said, ‘You’re loved. You’re supported, and the way you feel and how you love is valid. It’s important. You are important. And whoever you love or whatever path you take, I’m gonna be here for you without question or pause or judgment. I’m here for you, and I love you.’
Jack: It’s OK to be angry. It’s OK to be sad.
Marcus: It’s not fair.
Jack: I understand, so hit the bag. Hey, we can’t solve this, and we can’t fix Marsha, but we can hit this bag. We can take all of our anger out on this bag because it was made for that. Come on, hit it. You can do better than that, come on.
Gregory: I’m not saying it was all worth it or that everything was perfect after that, but looking at you, looking at 19, I went through hell to get to where I am, Miller, to get you all her with me. I walked through fire.
Dean: I know, sir. I’m not saying you didn’t. I know you walked through fire. I’m just saying that we shouldn’t have to anymore. I’m trying to put out that fire. That fire that you walked through, sir, I’m trying to cut the gas line altogether.
Gregory: The department can’t afford the possibility of any more lawsuits, so until things settle down, they ask that I oversee your calls.
Maya: You mean babysit.
Gregory: I mean oversee.
Maya: Sir, I had no idea it was causing such an issue.
Gregory: Well, that much is evident.
Andy: I’m sorry about my family.
Sullivan: Look, Andy, I understand why you didn’t tell them. It’s embarrassing.
Andy: How many times do I have to tell you I don’t care about your title.
Sullivan: You can tell me a million times. I know you, and I know me.
Travis: Tell me how you were exposed.
Paul: Like I said my golfing friend.
Travis: Except if you were actually playing golf, you’d be fine. You’d be outside wearing masks. It doesn’t require close contact, but you weren’t playing golf, were you? Do you realize how unfair this is to mom? Your secret not only puts your own health at risk; now you’re putting her at risk too.
Paul: It was golf, Travis. I’ll be more careful next time.
Travis: Are you at least wearing a glove when you’re hitting the balls? Is it the one golf buddy, or a different one every time? Whoever wants to play?
Paul: Watch your tone, Travis. Yes, it’s always the same friend.
Travis: Dad, then why not just be with that one friend if that’s what makes you happy.
Paul: Because your mother makes me happy. Because she’s my best friend. Because she’s my partner, and I love her very much.
Travis: Well, if mom is your best friend, you may have to give her the chance to love you for who you are.
Dean: You disagree with the lawsuit?
Gregory: Yes, it’s loud and divisive and creates further mistrust and tension. Our communities do not need to be questioning who they can turn to in the middle of a pandemic. They should feel safe.
Dean: I want them to feel safe, sir…
Gregory: Then don’t make them mistrust the very people who are supposed to help them.
Vic: They should mistrust them, sir.
Dean: Who needs calls when we have a whole city of nostrils to swab. Remind me why we’re letting half our neighborhood into our well-maintained bubble?
Vic: Well, we’re in the middle of a pandemic, and we’re first responders, and it’s a way to help our community.
Dean: Or it’s a way to let germy people into our bubble.
Emmett: I’m sorry if I was harsh about the letting it go thing. That wasn’t really fair.
Travis: No, it was fair, and you were right, and I’m ready.
Emmett: Oh yeah?
Travis: Yeah, I think I'm actually ready to move on.
Emmett: Oh, did you meet somebody?
Travis: Uh no. I’m just ready to I guess.
Emmett: You and me both.