Grey's Anatomy

Grey's Anatomy is an American medical drama television series that premiered on March 27, 2005, on the American Broadcasting Company (ABC) as a mid-season replacement. The fictional series focuses on the lives of surgical interns, residents, and attending physicians, as they develop into seasoned doctors while trying to maintain personal lives and relationships. The title is a play on Gray's Anatomy, a classic human anatomy textbook first published in 1858 in London and written by Henry Gray. Shonda Rhimes developed the pilot and continues to write for the series; she is also one of the executive producers, along with Betsy Beers, Mark Gordon, Krista Vernoff, Rob Corn, Mark Wilding, and Allan Heinberg. Although the series is set in Seattle (at the fictional Seattle Grace Hospital, later known as the Grey-Sloan Memorial Hospital), it is filmed primarily in Los Angeles, California. The series was designed to be racially diverse and used color-blind casting. It revolves around the title character, Dr. Meredith Grey, played by Ellen Pompeo, first featured as an intern. The original cast consisted of nine star-billed actors: Pompeo, Sandra Oh, Katherine Heigl, Justin Chambers, T. R. Knight, Chandra Wilson, James Pickens Jr., Isaiah Washington and Patrick Dempsey. The cast has undergone major changes through the series' run, with many members leaving and being replaced by others. In its fifteenth season, the show has a large ensemble of eleven actors, including four characters from the original cast (Meredith Grey, Alex Karev, Miranda Bailey, and Richard Webber). Grey's Anatomy was renewed for a fifteenth season, which premiered on September 27, 2018. The series' success catapulted such long-running cast members as Pompeo, Dempsey, and Oh to worldwide recognition; they were among the top five highest-earning television actors in 2013. While the show's ratings have fallen over the course of its run (it was once among the overall top 10 shows in the United States), it is still one of the highest-rated shows among the 18–49 demographic, and the No. 3 drama on all of broadcast television. The series was the highest revenue-earning show on television, in terms of advertising, in the 2007–08 season; in 2017, it was ranked tenth on the list. Grey's Anatomy ranks as ABC's highest-rated drama in its fourteenth season. Grey's Anatomy has been well received by critics throughout much of its run, and has been included in various critics' year-end top ten lists. Since its inception, the show has been described by the media outlets as a television "phenomenon" or a "juggernaut", owing to its longevity and dominant ratings. It is considered to have had a significant effect on popular culture and has received numerous awards, including the Golden Globe Award for Best Television Series – Drama. It has received thirty-eight Primetime Emmy Award nominations, including two for Outstanding Drama Series. The cast members have also received several accolades for their respective performances. Grey's Anatomy is the longest-running scripted primetime show currently airing on ABC, the longest scripted primetime ABC show ever, and the second-longest primetime medical drama, after ER.

Year:
2005
3,820 Views

Denny Duquette:
Izzie! Izzie, stop and listen to me. We're not doing this.

Dr. Isobel 'Izzie' Stevens:
Don't worry. You're not gonna die. I will be here the whole time to make sure of that. And that's what this stuff is for.

Denny Duquette:
This isn't about me dying. Alright? This is wrong.

Dr. Isobel 'Izzie' Stevens:
You've waited a year and a half to get this thing. Who knows when the next one is going to come along.

Denny Duquette:
I'll take my chances.

Dr. Isobel 'Izzie' Stevens:
No. It may be too late by then.

Denny Duquette:
Then its too late. Alright. Now get this stuff out of here!

Dr. Isobel 'Izzie' Stevens:
Denny, please. You have to do this.

Denny Duquette:
No, Izzie! I'm not about to steal a heart from another man's chest! Not to mention, this'll be the end of your medical career.

Dr. Isobel 'Izzie' Stevens:
I don't care about my medical career.

Denny Duquette:
Alright, you know what? This has gone on long enough. I'm gonna call a nurse.

Dr. Isobel 'Izzie' Stevens:
Everyone who is entered in the transplant program is clocked in to the second. To the second, Denny. You were clocked into the second and so was the other guy, I checked with UNOS. The difference between when you entered the program and when he entered the program is 17 seconds. That's it Denny. 17 seconds. I mean, its not even the length of a decent kiss. So this other guy, I'm not saying that he doesn't deserve this heart. I'm sure he does, but so do you! So do you. And if you tell me anymore crap about heading towards the light or looking down on me from heaven I swear I will kill you myself right now!

Denny Duquette:
Izzie... I'm gonna be alright. Alright? You don't have to worry.

Dr. Isobel 'Izzie' Stevens:
What about me? What about me when you go to the light?

Denny Duquette:
Izzie...

Dr. Isobel 'Izzie' Stevens:
[She's beginning to cry] No, I get it! Ok? I get it! You'll be ok, you'll be fine, but what about me? So don't do it for yourself, do it for me! Please! Please Denny! Please do this for me! Because if you die, oh God, you have to do this! You have to do this for me or I'll never be able to forgive you!

Denny Duquette:
For dying?

Dr. Isobel 'Izzie' Stevens:
No! For making me love you! Please! Please do this for me, ok? Please? Ok, I can't do this if you don't! Please do this for me, cause if you don't, please?

Denny Duquette:
Ok. Ok, I'll do it.

Dr. Meredith Grey:
[Meredith is laying on her bathroom floor] It's not us. It's them. Them and their stupid boy... penises. They didn't tell me they had a wife. They gave absolutely no warning that they were going to break up with you.

Dr. Cristina Yang:
[Cristina, who is sitting in the shower, slides the shower door open] It's not that Burke broke up with me. It's how he broke up with me. Like it was business. Like a business trans... Like he's the boss of me.

Dr. Meredith Grey:
He is the boss of you.

Dr. Cristina Yang:
And what's worse is that I care.

Dr. Meredith Grey:
I'm gonna throw up again. [Meredith gets up from the floor and crawls to the toilet. Cristina slides the shower door closed. Meredith groans] No. Wait. False alarm.

Dr. Cristina Yang:
[Cristina slides the shower door open again, Meredith sits up, her back against the wall] Look, the problem is estrogen.

Dr. Meredith Grey:
No, the problem is tequila.

Dr. Cristina Yang:
You know I used to be all business, and then he goes and gets me pregnant.

Dr. Meredith Grey:
[with her eyes closed, pointing her finger in the air] With the stupid boy penis.

Dr. Cristina Yang:
[with her head on her arm, exasperated] Now I'm having hormone surges. [Cristina looks up] He ruined me. I'm ruined. He turned me into this... fat, stupid, pregnant girl... who cares. [Cristina closes the shower door again] Estrogen.

Dr. Meredith Grey:
Penises.

[door opens, Izzie and George come into the bathroom]

Dr. Meredith Grey:
Penises, Izzie!

Dr. Cristina Yang:
[opens the shower] Estrogen, George. [holds up a glass and Izzie pours more Fiji bottled water into it]

Dr. George O'Malley:
[looks at Cristina] Okay. [to Izzie] What did I miss?

Dr. Isobel 'Izzie' Stevens:
Came home to full-on vomit drama. Apparently she dumped Derek. And her. [in a whisper] She's been sleeping with Burke.

Dr. George O'Malley:
I knew that. [to Meredith] So you really broke up with Shepherd? [starts brushing his teeth]

Dr. Meredith Grey:
[softly] I feel empty.

Dr. Isobel 'Izzie' Stevens:
Two hours of vomiting will do that to you. [begins brushing her teeth]

Dr. Meredith Grey:
No, I feel empty.

Dr. Cristina Yang:
You're lucky. I feel pissed off. [Cristina closes the shower]

[Room is filled with noisy children, playing, which continues throughout the scene]

Dr. Meredith Grey:
Tim Epstein, 38, fell off the roof of his house.

[One of his children is sitting on him, sticking a fake lizard to his forehead]

Tim Epstein:
I was, uh, stringing Hanumas lights and a shingle came loose.

Dr. Isobel 'Izzie' Stevens:
Hanumas?

Tim Epstein:
Hanumas. Christmukkah. We go all out.

Dr. Isobel 'Izzie' Stevens:
[Smiling] Awesome.

Mrs. Epstein:
He fell twelve feet.

Tim Epstein:
The good news is, my head broke my fall.

[One of the children flings a fake lizard, which hits Derek in the face, who smiles in surprise]

Dr. Meredith Grey:
Uh, there are no visible deformities, but he's definitely having some focal left arm weakness.

Mrs. Epstein:
He'll probably be fine. He's always been a little hard-headed.

[Tim laughs, but seems to be in pain]

Dr. Derek Shepherd:
Does your head hurt when you laugh?

Tim Epstein:
Is that a bad thing?

Dr. Derek Shepherd:
Do you wanna follow my finger with your eyes, please?

Jake Epstein:
[to Bailey] I know karate.

Dr. Miranda Bailey:
[Flustered] Hmm? Uh... You know, your husband might need a little, uh, quiet, so, there's a cafeteria right down the...

Tim Epstein:
No, no. Whoa. Let 'em stay. Pain or no, I don't wanna miss out on the holidays with my kids.

[Izzie is playing with the kids]

Dr. Derek Shepherd:
Who would like to take Mr., uhm, Epstein down for a CT?

[Izzie's hand shoots up]

Dr. Derek Shepherd:
Stevens it is. [Izzie grins]

[Bailey walks up to the Chief who is surveying the OR board]

Dr. Richard Webber:
Anxiety attacks, aneurysms and ulcers.

Dr. Miranda Bailey:
Must be December.

Patricia:
Chief, Adele just called.

Dr. Richard Webber:
Tell her I'm in...

Patricia:
She knows your not in surgery. And she said to tell you, quote, "We are going to our niece's school pageant this morning. You have known about it for months. And after what you pulled on Thanksgiving..." and then she, started using a great many words I don't feel comfortable repeating.

Dr. Richard Webber:
But I have seven surgeons on vacation...

Patricia:
And there was something about "divorce".

Dr. Richard Webber:
[to Dr. Bailey] You'll have to cover my ulcer excision.

Dr. Miranda Bailey:
Yes, sir.

[Chief and Patricia are walking away]

Dr. Richard Webber:
The woman is unreasonable. When did watching a six-year-old dressed up like a wise man become... You couldn't hang up the phone?

[Izzie walks up to Alex, who is sleeping, and slaps him]

Dr. Isobel 'Izzie' Stevens:
Wake up. [Alex lifts his head up] God. No wonder you failed your boards. What, do you expect to learn this stuff by osmosis?

Dr. Alex Karev:
What are you doing here?

Dr. Isobel 'Izzie' Stevens:
[sighs] I'm a farmer, okay? I've been drooling, puking, and crapping in my pants.

Dr. Alex Karev:
You came here to help me study?

Dr. Isobel 'Izzie' Stevens:
Well, I'm not actually crapping my pants now, am I?

Dr. Alex Karev:
Why would you want to help me after what I did?

Dr. Isobel 'Izzie' Stevens:
Because, it's what JESUS, would freaking do!

Jimmy Shelton:
How is she?

Nadia's Mother:
Is she gonna be alright?

Dr. Miranda Bailey:
She lost a lot of blood, but we were able to replace it and repair the tear. She's going to require several days' observation, but she should make a full recovery.

Jimmy Shelton:
Thank God.

Nadia's Mother:
Thank God is right, because we're certainly not gonna thank you. We should sue you for all you're worth. We sat here, and sat here, and sat here, and sat here...

Dr. Miranda Bailey:
[Quietly to George] You wanna help me out?

Dr. George O'Malley:
[Quietly to Bailey] Really?

Nadia's Mother:
And sat here, and watched you take patient after patient...

Dr. Miranda Bailey:
[Quietly to George] You got your second chance, just don't screw it up.

Nadia's Mother:
...And made my daughter wait for three whole days for her operation. I should sue you and this whole damned hospital!

Dr. George O'Malley:
Okay, yeah. You could sue us, or you could consider the possibility of just shutting the hell up.

Nadia's Mother:
What did you just say to me? Did you hear what he just...

Ernie:
I heard him!

Josh Shelton:
You can't talk to an old lady like that.

Nadia's Mother:
Where is my daughter? I'd like to see her.

Dr. George O'Malley:
Well you can't. I'm her doctor, she is my patient, and this is a hospital, which is the kind of place where people could generally use a little peace and quiet. So, no. Right now, you can't see her. And I am not saying this because you threatened to sue Dr. Bailey, who spent the last several hours saving your daughter's life, saving your wife's life. I am saying this because she is my patient and she is the recovery wing of this hospital trying to recover, and visiting hours are over. So, good night. And, Merry Christmas. [Walks away]

[Bailey, with her arms folded, stares down the family]

Dr. Miranda Bailey:
Interns. Too emotional. Apologies. [Leaves]

Dr. Meredith Grey:
[voiceover] A couple hundred years ago Benjamin Franklin shared with the world the secret of his success. Never leave that 'til tomorrow, which you can do today. This is the man who discovered electricity; you'd think we'd pay more attention to what he had to say. I don't know why we put things off, but if I had to guess it has a lot to do with fear. Fear of failure, fear of pain, fear of rejection. Sometimes the fear if just of making a decision. Because... What if you're wrong? What if you make a mistake you can't undo? Whatever it is we're afraid of, one thing holds true: That by the time the pain of not doing the thing gets worse than the fear of doing it, it can feel like we're carrying around a giant tumor. And you thought I was speaking metaphorically... 'The early bird catches the worm.' 'A stitch in time saves nine.' 'He who hesitates is lost.' We can't pretend we haven't been told. We've all heard the proverbs, heard the philosophers, heard our grandparents warning us about wasted time; heard the damn poets urging us to seize the day. Still, sometimes we have to see for ourselves. We have to make our own mistakes. We have to learn our own lessons. We have to sweep today's possibility under tomorrow's rug until we can't anymore. Until we finally understand for ourselves what Benjamin Franklin meant. That knowing is better than wondering. That waking is better than sleeping. And that even the biggest failure, even the worst most intractable mistake, beats the hell out of not trying.

Dr. Cristina Yang:
You have a feeling?

Dr. Meredith Grey:
Yes.

Dr. Cristina Yang:
Okay. What kind of feeling?

Dr. Meredith Grey:
Like I might die.

Dr. Cristina Yang:
Today? Tomorrow? In fifty years? We're all gonna die eventually. Now we're late. Let's go!

Dr. Meredith Grey:
Cristina. Come on.

Dr. Cristina Yang:
[Sitting down on bed] Okay. This is me being supportive.

Dr. Meredith Grey:
Really.

Dr. Cristina Yang:
Yeah. Okay. Fine. I'm totally supportive. Go.

Dr. Meredith Grey:
[Sitting up] Okay. The man I love... has a wife. And then he chooses her... over me. And that wife... takes my dog. Okay, she didn't take the dog... I gave it to her. But I didn't mean to give it to her; I meant to give it to him. But that does not change the fact that she has my McDreamy. And my McDog. She's got my McLife. And what have I got? [pauses] Do you know, I can't remember the last time we kissed? 'Cause you never think the last time's going to be the last time - you think there will be more. You think you have forever, but you don't. [Lies back down] Plus my conditioner decided to stop working and I think I have brittle bones. I just - I just need something to happen. I need a sign that things are going to change. I need a reason to go on. I need some hope! And in the absence of hope, I need to stay in bed a feel like I might die today.

Dr. Cristina Yang:
[Stares at Meredith then throws back sheets] Whatever. Everybody has problems. Now get your ass out of bed and get to work. Now! Move, move, move! [Opens bedroom door and sees George and Izzie] We're good to go.

Dr. Alex Karev:
What are you pissed about?

Dr. Isobel "Izzie" Stevens:
You look at everything in a skirt.

Dr. Alex Karev:
I'd look at you in a skirt, something short, maybe school girl. Pleated.

Dr. Isobel "Izzie" Stevens:
If that skirt didn't have a big pair of bouncing boobs attached to it, you'd stop looking.

Dr. Alex Karev:
You cut 'em off, you build 'em back up. Maybe you get to upgrade. Life goes on.

Dr. Isobel "Izzie" Stevens:
If there was a genetic test for testicular cancer, you think men who tested positive would have this surgery? No, because it's castration. What man would willingly get rid of the part of his anatomy that makes him a man? This woman is having herself castrated. And we book an OR and act like it means nothing. It's not nothing! God, how could you possibly act like it's no big deal? I mean, what if it was me?

Dr. Alex Karev:
Izzie, you're freaking out. You know that, right?

Dr. Isobel "Izzie" Stevens:
If I was the one with the cancer gene... I mean, what if I showed up tomorrow and my boobs were made of plastic and my skin had aged 10 years and my sex drive had dried up? If it was me, Alex, would you be so fine with it then?

[Alex is silent]

Dr. Isobel "Izzie" Stevens:
Yeah, you'd be really hot to kiss me with tongue then, wouldn't you?

[she leaves]

Dr. Alex Karev:
[later] Here's the thing - I like your rack.

Dr. Isobel "Izzie" Stevens:
God, what is wrong with you? Why do you have to be so... what is wrong with you?

Dr. Alex Karev:
I like your rack and I'd want them around if I could have them, trust me I would, but it wouldn't be the end of the world if you got rid of them... because really, I'd want you.

[Izzie slaps him]

Dr. Alex Karev:
Ow! What was that for?

[she kisses him]

Dr. George O'Malley:
What happened?

Nurse Olivia Harper:
I didn't know what to do. I didn't think you guys would want me to go to the chief, but...

Dr. Cristina Yang:
Where is she?

Nurse Olivia Harper:
She's in there. [walk in to see Izzie lying in bed with Denny]

Dr. Cristina Yang:
Izzie...

Dr. Isobel "Izzie" Stevens:
I think it was a stroke. He was prone to blood clots. A clot could have formed on his sutures and traveled to his brain, it only takes a second.

Dr. Meredith Grey:
Izz...

Dr. Isobel "Izzie" Stevens:
Dr. Hahn did a beautiful job on the surgery. But I don't know why I didn't think of blood clots. He died all alone. He was alone.

Dr. George O'Malley:
There's nothing you could have done.

Dr. Isobel "Izzie" Stevens:
I changed my dress three times. I wanted to look nice. I would have been here sooner. But I couldn't figure out which dress to wear.

Dr. George O'Malley:
Izzie, we shouldn't be in here.

Dr. Meredith Grey:
Izz, there are things that they need, they need to move him.

Dr. Isobel "Izzie" Stevens:
Take him to the morgue.

Dr. Cristina Yang:
You can't stay here, I know you want to...

Dr. Isobel "Izzie" Stevens:
Can you please, please, just get out? I want to be alone with Denny.

Dr. Alex Karev:
Izzie, that's not Denny.

Dr. Isobel "Izzie" Stevens:
Shut up.

Dr. Alex Karev:
Izz, it's not Denny. The minute his heart stopped beating he stopped being Denny. Now I know you love him, but he also loved you. And a guy that loves you like that, he doesn't want you to do this to yourself. Because it's not Denny, not anymore.

Dr. Isobel "Izzie" Stevens:
An hour ago he was proposing. And now... and now he's going to the morgue. Isn't that ridiculous? Isn't it the most ridiculous piece of crap you've ever... [starts sobbing. Alex picks her up, cradling her, and sits down on a chair holding and rocking her while she sobs]

Dr. Richard Webber:
[one on one meeting with Cristina] I know your type. You're a surgical junkie.

Dr. Cristina Yang:
Yes, sir.

Dr. Richard Webber:
I'm just saying, it's not going to be easy for you to be away from the OR that long.

Dr. Cristina Yang:
No, sir.

Dr. Richard Webber:
And if you want to get back to the OR, you're gonna tell me what I need to know aren't you.

Dr. Cristina Yang:
You're right, it's not easy for me to be away from the OR. And it's not easy for me to sit in front of you, or any other authority figure for that matter, and not be able to give you the exact answer that you want to hear. I'm the one with the answers. I've always been the one with the answers. But right now sir, I don't have any.

Dr. Richard Webber:
Dr. Yang.

Dr. Cristina Yang:
How do you keep your edge sir? Because I've watched you and you've been doing this a long time and you're clean, you're focused, you are the job, nothing gets to you. And the thing is sir, I was like that, until I got here. Until I actually started doing this job and now everything is, is fuzzy and...

Dr. Richard Webber:
That's beside the point.

Dr. Cristina Yang:
No see sir, this is the point. Because I can't tell you, I can't tell you what happened in that room. And before I could have, no guilt, no loyalties, no problem. Before, before I wouldn't have even been in that room. I wouldn't have gotten involved. I would have never frozen in surgery. And I would have told him what I thought he should do. I had an edge, sir. I had an edge and I've lost it, and I need it. I need it back. So, if you could just tell me, how you keep yours and how not to be affected, I know I could be a great surgeon. So if you could just give me the answers, I would really appreciate it.

Dr. Richard Webber:
You're excused Dr. Yang.

Dr. Cristina Yang:
But...

Dr. Richard Webber:
You're excused.

Dr. Cristina Yang:
I'll tell you, I'll tell you who cut the LVAD wires if you'll please...

Dr. Richard Webber:
No you won't, I don't wanna know. Not from you. Yeah, I have the answers, but I can't tell them to you. I'm not going to be responsible for you becoming less human.

Denny Duquette:
What? You like your men sick and feeble? You don't dig healthy guys?

Dr. Isobel "Izzie" Stevens:
I dig you.

Denny Duquette:
Then why are you all swirly and twitchy?

Dr. Isobel "Izzie" Stevens:
No I'm not.

Denny Duquette:
It's 'cause I asked you to marry me.

Dr. Isobel "Izzie" Stevens:
So you remember that?

Denny Duquette:
It's not the kind of thing I'd forget.

Dr. Isobel "Izzie" Stevens:
Yeah. Denny, um, I'm giving you an out.

Denny Duquette:
Excuse me?

Dr. Isobel "Izzie" Stevens:
Well, I'm giving you an out. You thought you were dying and I was saving your life and well, you know, it was so [gasp] . We can't get married. I mean that would be insane. We should date, and have sex. Plenty of sex. You know when your heart gets better and you're out of the hospital, all the sex you can handle. But marriage is, um, marriage...

Denny Duquette:
Okay, it's my turn now.

Dr. Isobel "Izzie" Stevens:
But I need to...

Denny Duquette:
No, no. We're taking turns. I've decided. It's polite and it keeps me from yelling. When it's your turn again, you can talk. [pause] For five years, I've had to live by the choices of my doctors. The guys that cut me open decided my life, there wasn't one choice that was mine. And now, I have this heart that beats and works. I get to be like everybody else, I get to make my own decisions, have my own life, do whatever the damned hell I choose. Now here's the good part, so you listen close. What I choose is you. You're who I want to wake up with and go to bed with and do everything in between with. I get a choice now. I get to choose. I choose you, Izzie Stevens. Ok, it's your turn again.

Dr. Finn Dandridge:
Hi!

Dr. Derek Shepherd:
[shocked] Finn...

Dr. Finn Dandridge:
I didn't think you guys would be here! I just wanted to drop this off... it's strawberry ice cream... a patient made it for me...

Dr. Derek Shepherd:
A patient's owner...

Dr. Finn Dandridge:
It's made from scratch... real strawberries.

Dr. Meredith Grey:
I love strawberry ice cream!

Dr. Derek Shepherd:
And you remembered...

Dr. Finn Dandridge:
I did! I just thought I'd leave it by the door.

Dr. Derek Shepherd:
You didn't think it would melt?

Dr. Finn Dandridge:
Well you take your chances.

Dr. Derek Shepherd:
It worked out for you...

Dr. Finn Dandridge:
Mmm...

Dr. Meredith Grey:
What exactly is going on here?

Dr. Derek Shepherd:
He's crashing our date.

Dr. Finn Dandridge:
And where do you think I got that idea?

Dr. Derek Shepherd:
I didn't crash your date, it was professional.

Dr. Finn Dandridge:
You can't operate without her?

Dr. Derek Shepherd:
I certainly operate well with her!

Dr. Meredith Grey:
Enough! This is not dating... I want moonlight and flowers and candy... and people trying to feel me up... nobody is trying to feel me up! Nobody is even looking at me! I'm an intern... do the two of you have any idea how much effort it takes to do all this? I'm waxed, I plucked and have a clean top on and the two of you are looking at each other!

Dr. Derek Shepherd:
Meredith we...

Dr. Meredith Grey:
NO! My fantasy is not two men looking at each other!

Dr. Finn Dandridge:
We didn't...

Dr. Meredith Grey:
No talking until one of you figures out how to put on a date! I want heat, I want romance... dammit! I want to feel like a frickin' lady! [walks into her house]

Dr. Meredith Grey:
Why bother even having a kid if you're only going to see it on weekends and holidays. You might as well just get a cat.

Dr. George O'Malley:
I talked to Dr. Burke, I think he's fine.

Dr. Cristina Yang:
You did what?

Dr. Meredith Grey:
What's wrong with Burke?

Dr. Cristina Yang:
Nothing's wrong with anybody.

Dr. George O'Malley:
You know he let her decanulate a heart this morning?

Dr. Meredith Grey:
You decanulated a heart this morning? By yourself? B****!

Dr. Cristina Yang:
No, not by myself.

Dr. George O'Malley:
Now she's lying about it.

Dr. Alex Karev:
Yang decanulated a heart. Why is Alex not surprised?

Dr. Isobel "Izzie" Stevens:
Izzie isn't either. Last week, Izzie was digging through crap, this week she's fondling man boobs. No decanulating hearts for Izzie!

Dr. George O'Malley:
Why aren't you bragging about decanulating the heart?

Dr. Cristina Yang:
I didn't decanulate the heart

Dr. Isobel "Izzie" Stevens:
Izzie and Alex do not believe you.

Dr. Meredith Grey:
Okay, what are you two doing?

Dr. Isobel "Izzie" Stevens:
[giggles] Izzie and Alex have a patient who speaks about himself in the third person.

Dr. Alex Karev:
They thought it was annoying at first, but now they kinda like it

Dr. Meredith Grey:
Good, is it gonna stop soon?

Dr. Cristina Yang:
What happened? This morning you were all bright and shiny, asking to be kicked in the face

Dr. Meredith Grey:
I am. I'm bright. I'm shiny.

Dr. Cristina Yang:
Yeah.

Dr. Isobel "Izzie" Stevens:
Izzie thinks that this whole "Bright and Shiny" thing is getting old.

Dr. Alex Karev:
Alex agrees.

Dr. Meredith Grey:
I mean why bother even having a kid when you're only going to see it on weekends and holidays? You might as well get a cat.

Dr. George O'Malley:
I talked to Burke. I think he's fine.

Dr. Cristina Yang:
You did what?

Dr. Meredith Grey:
What's wrong with Burke?

Dr. Cristina Yang:
Nothing's wrong with anybody.

Dr. George O'Malley:
Did you know he let her decanulate a heart this morning?

Dr. Meredith Grey:
[to Christina] you decanulated a heart this morning? by yourself? Bitch!

Dr. Cristina Yang:
No... not by myself.

Dr. George O'Malley:
Now she's lying about it!

Dr. Alex Karev:
Yang decanulated a heart, why is Alex not surprised?

Dr. Isobel "Izzie" Stevens:
Izzie isn't either. Last week Izzie was digging through crap this week she's fondling man boobs. [in sing-tone voice] No decanulating hearts for Izzie.

Dr. George O'Malley:
[to Christina] why aren't you bragging about decanulating the heart?

Dr. Cristina Yang:
I didn't decanulate the heart.

Dr. Isobel "Izzie" Stevens:
Izzie and Alex do not believe you.

Dr. Meredith Grey:
Okay, what are you two doing?

Dr. Isobel "Izzie" Stevens:
Izzie and Alex have a patient who speaks about himself in the third person.

Dr. Alex Karev:
They thought it was kind of annoying at first, but now they kind of like it.

Dr. Meredith Grey:
Good! Is it going to stop soon?

Dr. Cristina Yang:
Wow what happened? This morning you were all bright and shiny asking to be kicked in the face.

Dr. Meredith Grey:
I am. I'm bright. I'm shiny.

Dr. Cristina Yang:
Yeah.

Dr. Isobel "Izzie" Stevens:
Izzie thinks this whole bright and shiny thing is getting old.

Dr. Alex Karev:
Alex agrees.

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