Ray Zancanelli: [after Shea complains that no one trusts him because he's black] You're 1/8 Irish, right? I don't trust Micks.
Ray Zancanelli: [Julianne hands Ray the grief counseling sign off sheet] Lloyd, did you talk to everyone?
Lloyd Lowery: I did Raymond. But nobody talked back, which slightly impedes the counseling process.
Erica Reed: You know you're pretty critical for someone who didn't have to talk to anybody.
Lloyd Lowery: That's because nobody asked me, Erica.
Julianne Simms: How are you dealing with Charlie's death, Lloyd?
Lloyd Lowery: I will tell you, because you all know I don't have a problem with sharing my feelings. I feel guilty, I feel like I am the first link in a chain that led to Charlie's murder.
Julianne Simms: You can't lay that on yourself.
Lloyd Lowery: The government brought me in as an expert witness on Damien's case. I recommended he be committed and sedated for the rest of his life. They didn't listen to me.
Julianne Simms: Then that's their fault. Not yours.
Lloyd Lowery: I did not properly make my argument. Because you know what happens when you're twenty-four years old, and you've already been a doctor for six years? You think you know everything, and when people don't agree with you, you write them off as morons, and you move on. But I should've pushed back, I should've done something to get them to see who Damien really was. But I didn't do my job, and ten years later a good man died.
Lloyd Lowery: We're not ready to talk about this, at least not with each other. Which is perfectly understandable and not at all unexpected. But I am here if you guys change your mind. And I just want to say out loud, what I think we're probably all feeling. I miss the guy. I miss Charlie.