Dr. Meredith Grey: I actually said "pick me". Right? I did? "Pick me"?
Joe: I think it's romantic.
Dr. Meredith Grey: It's not romantic, Joe. It's horrifying. Horror-movie horrifying. Carrie at the prom with the pig's blood, horrifying!
Joe: Ok, fine, it's horrifying. But Carrie took out an entire senior class as revenge. I gotta say, I like that in a girl.
Dr. Meredith Grey: I said PICK ME!
Dr. Meredith Grey: Addison yelling at you in front of a patient?
Dr. Alex Karev: She didn't exactly yell.
Dr. Alex Karev: Fine, she's Satan's whore.
Dr. Meredith Grey: Thank you. So, did you yell back?
Dr. Alex Karev: No
Dr. Meredith Grey: Dude, you lost your mojo.
Dr. Alex Karev: Exuse me?
Dr. Meredith Grey: I was trying to talk boy.
Nurse Tyler: Nurse Tyler: Oh Joe told me to tell you that McSteamy came looking for you.
Dr. Meredith Grey: Meredith: McDreamy came looking for me?
Nurse Tyler: Nurse Tyler: No. I'm pretty sure he said McSteamy.
Dr. Meredith Grey: [voiceover] In general, people can be categorized in one of two ways. Those who love surprises and those who don't. I... Don't. I've never met a surgeon who enjoys a surprise because as surgeons we like to be in the know. We have to be in the know because when we aren't people die and lawsuits happen. Am I rambling? I think I'm rambling. Okay so my point actually, and I do have one, has nothing to do with surprises or death or lawsuits or even surgeons. My point is this... Whoever said what you don't know can't hurt you was a complete and total moron. Because for most people I know, not knowing is the WORST feeling in the world. Okay fine... Maybe it's the second worst. As surgeons there are so many things we have to know. We have to know we have what it takes. We have to know how to take care of our patients and how to take care of eachother. Eventually we even have to figure out how to take care of ourselves. As surgeons we have to be in the know, but as human beings sometimes it's better to stay in the dark. Because in the dark there may be fear, but there is also hope.
Dr. Derek Shepherd: Miss Crasnoff...
Bonnie Crasnoff: You're a cute doctor. Cute doctors can call me by my first name.
Dr. Derek Shepherd: Bonnie.
Dr. Meredith Grey: [Izzy is walking past a bed that is curtained off, but hears Meredith's voice] Ow! Ow! Ow! Ow!
Dr. Isobel "Izzie" Stevens: [Opens curtain to find Meredith trying to stick a needle in her arm] What are you doing?
Dr. Meredith Grey: I'm trying to insert my own banana bag... which sounds kinda dirty, but it really isn't.
Dr. George O'Malley: We have to do something. Meredith has become like an exhibit like... hey... like a zoo animal... like that rare panda that everyone stares at.
Dr. Isobel "Izzie" Stevens: Please don't say that to her face. I think that panda died alone.
Dr. Cristina Yang: Uh, Dr. Webber. Sir?
Dr. Richard Webber: Notice anything else about that leg? Anything other than that very clean cut? Did you happen to notice, for example, that it was shaved recently? And manicured? Take a look at my patient, Dr. Yang! Does he look like a man who woke up and shaved one of his legs this morning?