Station 19 Season 3 Episode 10: "Something About What Happens When We Talk" Quotes
Diane: Who taught you eyes forward?
Maya: My father.
Diane: Have you considered the possibility that he was wrong? Maya isn’t it possible, with everything else you’ve accomplished, that you could learn to let yourself rest and sleep and love in this life instead of waiting for death to set you free?
Diane: Do you believe in a punishing god?
Diane: Sounds like you do.
Ben: Yeah, look, I don’t… I don’t know what I believe. I did Sunday school when I was a kid, and they always taught us that god rewards the righteous and punishes the wicked. But the stuff that I’ve seen since I’ve been working here, I mean, what is everyone wicked? Does everyone deserve to be punished? Did Rigo? Did I?
Andy: I feel electric. I feel awake. I feel awake all the time. This man undoes me. He… I love him. I’m in love with him.
Diane: You know, love all by itself is not electric. By itself, it’s calming. It gets electric when you combine it with stuff that isn’t love -- rule breaking, intrigue, danger.
Andy: So you are judging me?
Diane: I’m not. I’m just trying to understand you. You’re angry with Jack for breaking the code, but you’re breaking it yourself. You coin phrases like “blight on the plight” but you keep doing it, and you don’t feel guilty. You feel electrified. I’m just trying to figure out why.
It was the worse call ‘cuz she was all alone. She was just all alone in that crappy little apartment. And somehow, through the whiskey and the loneliness, she got herself up off the couch and she got herself a tree. And she decorated it with whatever she could find. But she was all alone. She didn’t have any family photos or anyone to call; just that tree. And her tree burned down.Jack
Sullivan: Team, this is Dr. Diane Lewis. She’s a psychologist and a trauma specialist.
Dean: Dr. Lewis, is it legal for our employers to hold us hostage in the gym and force us to talk about our feelings?
Vic: No, we don’t use the f-word here when we’re at work.
Sullivan: Miller, Hughes don’t push it.
Travis: And if it is legal, is it psychologically sound?