The Resident Season 3 Episode 6: "Nurses' Day" Quotes
Mina: Those two seem OK after their man breakup.
Nic: Breakup is a little harsh.
Jessica: Conscious uncoupling.
Nic: They're just not working together anymore.
Bell: You're betting a patient?
Doctor: Silver hair. Platinum insurance.
If they really appreciate us, they'd get more nurses, not cookies.Jessica
Dr. Cain won my patient in a poker game?Kit
AJ: Dr. Broome.
Bonnie: Bonnie. I know you have a mom, Dr. Austin.
Lamar: I call him AJ. Lunch?
Patients are human beings, not poker chips.Kit
Conrad: How's the device company?
Marshall: It's never easy challenging the status quo, but you know that.
Marshall: I missed you.
Conrad: I missed you too. Did I tell you Nic and I got chickens?
Nic: You did that rotation in Oncology. Are there any doctors who might be willing to think outside the box?
Devon: I'm not sure what you mean.
Nic: Conrad and I think there may be a problem with this drug, hemopliatin. We're trying to find a doctor who will share patient outcomes, but if we can't --
Devon: You mean access patient records that aren't yours? That's an invasion of privacy. Plus, it's illegal. You can be fired.
Nic: My sister might have died because of the drug, so honestly, I don't give a damn.
Devon: Rules exist for a reason, Nic. You can't just go break them because in the moment you think it's right. You and Conrad, I love you guys, but I thought I made myself clear. I am not going to be that kind of doctor.
The marriage was fast. The kids were not. They came ten years later. At 22, it wasn't just Lamar who wasn't ready. I didn't think I would be a good mother. I still don't know if I ever was, but I knew I would be a good doctor. A really good one. And it was at a time when there were almost no doctors who look like me that mattered. I had a goal, a mission, something to prove, and I proved it.Bonnie
You don't have to retire the whip, though. Momma has needs.Wendy
Bonnie: You don't think I wanted you enough or loved you enough, but how could I? I didn't know what your adopted family had named you. The records were sealed back then. So every time a little boy came into my office. If he was the right age, had the right color of skin, I looked for you in his eyes. I never stopped looking.
AJ: Well, now you can.