Casey: I thought I should explain. I’ve been a little out of sorts lately, mind elsewhere.
Gallo: Yeah, well, sure. No worries.
Casey: This isn’t an apology.
Gallo: Right, of course.
Casey: The fact is Gallo I’m your captain. I’m answerable for your safety. Losing a firefighter is the worst thing that can happen to an officer, and I would know. If anything had happened to you under that canopy, I wouldn’t have even known you were there. I couldn’t have done a thing to help you. You robbed me of my accountability, and that can’t happen again.
Gallo: It won’t. I swear.

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Chicago Fire Season 9 Episode 6: "Blow This Up Somehow"
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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.
Gallo: What?
Casey: Pack up and go home.
Gallo: Captain…
Casey: I can’t be your babysitter, Gallo. Come back when you’ve got your head on straight.

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.