Richard and Meredith in an emotional scene from "No Good at Saying Sorry." He finally owned up for letting himself off the hook years ago.
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Richard and Meredith in a promotional image from "No Good at Saying Sorry," the April 30 episode of Grey's Anatomy.
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Richard talks with doctors and patients in "No Good at Saying Sorry," the April 30 episode of Grey's Anatomy.
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Richard talks to the newest admitted patient at Seattle Grace. The Chief always finds himself in the middle of the toughest cases.
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Why are the police here to talk with a Seattle Grace patient? We will have to wait to find out the answer to that.
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Richard and Thatcher talk in his office. These two men both loved Ellis Grey.
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Meredith and the Chief talk things over in a photo from "Elevator Love Letter," from Season Five of Grey's Anatomy.
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... we had to go there. Sorry.
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Another photo of Adele, Miranda and Richard in "I Will Follow You Into the Dark," from Season Five of Grey's Anatomy.
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Adele is the judge and the jury as Miranda and Richard try to hash out their differences in "I Will Follow You Into the Dark," from Season Five of Grey's Anatomy.
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Adele mediates between Richard and Miranda in a photo from in "I Will Follow You Into the Dark," in Season Five.
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Another picture of a stoic Richard Webber, Chief of Surgery at Seattle Grace Hospital. All the hospital's problems ultimately fall to him.
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Grey's Anatomy Quotes

MEREDITH: "You don't get to call me a whore. When I met you, I thought I had found the person that I was going to spend the rest of my life with. I was done! All the boys and all the bars and all the obvious daddy issues, who cares? I was done. You left me. You chose Addison. I'm all glued back together now. I make no apologies for how I chose to repair what you broke. You don't get to call me a whore."
DEREK: "This thing with us is finished. It's over."
MEREDITH: "Finally."
DEREK: "Yeah, it's done."
MEREDITH: "It is done."

There's a reason I said I'd be happy alone. It wasn't 'cause I thought I'd be happy alone. It was because I thought if I loved someone and then it fell apart, I might not make it. It's easier to be alone, because what if you learn that you need love and you don't have it? What if you like it and lean on it? What if you shape your life around it and then it falls apart? Can you even survive that kind of pain? Losing love is like organ damage. It's like dying. The only difference is death ends. This? It could go on forever.

Meredith