Joel: How's Charlie? (Alex shakes her head) It's not over.
Alex: Feels like it is. Shahir's taking out the electrodes. Another failure. I don't have any more fight left.
Joel: Yeah, you do.
Alex: You don't have to be nice.
Joel: I know. Get out of here. Go fight.
Dana: What can I do for you?
Joel: Let me do my job.
Dana: You make that very difficult sometimes, Joel.
Joel: And that's not gonna change. If you can't let me make my own decisions...
Dana: Then what?
Joel: Then you should fire me.
Dana: I'm not gonna fire you, Joel, but if you think I am going to let you do whatever the hell you want, then you're crazy.
Joel: Then I quit.
Maggie: What are you looking at?
Gavin: Patient advocate web site.
Maggie: Couldn't you say porn just once? You're such a good boy.
Gavin: I owe you one.
Maggie: Then dump your new girlfriend.
Maggie: Dump her. Marry me. We'll be together 60 years.
Shahir: (during the operation) Alex, because of the location, there's a chance it could kill him.
Alex: You won't.
Shahir: I've never been that deep in the midbrain before.
Alex: Then don't say I've never done anything for you.
Maggie: Isn't it against the rules to give your personal cell phone number out to patients?
Gavin: Well, last time I checked, it wasn't against the rules to care.
"Oh You" by Kinnie Starr
NBC pulled the last two episodes of the first season, and aired them only online, subsequently canceling their syndication of the series.