The surgical staff tries to be optimistic as a young woman clings to life after a brutal attack. Meanwhile, Meredith puts her career on the line to save a newborn in the hospital nursery, and the other interns learn that it takes more than just medical knowledge to be good at their jobs. Written by
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The flier Meredith posts for roommates says "Two nice rooms with shared bath available immediately, close to Seattle Grace. Near coffee shop, public transportation, shopping, and convenient to almost everything. Non-smokers only please, no pets and absolutely no Bush supporters need apply. All applicants will need to have a credit check completed. First and last month's rent plus a deposit is required to move in." See more
Near the end of the episode, Grey and Derek have a conversation in front of the elevator. Typing on his gadget he snaps it shut in one shot, but the next shot shows the gadget is still open and he shuts it again. See more
Dr. Meredith Grey
It's all about lines. The finish line at the end of residency. Waiting in line for a chance at the operating table. And then there is the most important line: the line separating you from the people you work with. It doesn't help to get too familiar, to make friends. You need boundaries between you and the rest of the world. Other people are far too messy. It's all about lines. Drawing lines in the sand and praying like hell no one crosses them. At some point, you have to make a ...
Somewhere Only We Know
Written by Tom Chaplin
, Richard Hughes
and Tim Rice-Oxley
Performed by Keane See more