CALLIE: "How's George?"
CRISTINA: "Dealing, I guess."
CALLIE: "He sure has a voracious appetite."
CRISTINA: "Some people bake. Others eat."
CALLIE: "No no no. I don't mean that kind of appetite. I mean the other appetite."
CRISTINA: "Oh okay. We're not friends. You and I. We're not friends, so please don't talk to me about what George eats."
CALLIE: "I was just concerned and I thought you'd be concerned, but you know what? Forget it. I don't like you."
CRISTINA: "Oh. Now my feelings are hurt."

GEORGE: "Everytime I look at you... I feel better. It shocks me. It knocks my wind out, but it's true. I don't have to have sex with you, I'd be happy just look at you from across the room. Even that, anything, any piece of you. And, hopefully, all of you... that'd be the best thing. Because I love you..."
CALLIE: "George-"
GEORGE: "Marry me. Will you marry me?"

GEORGE: "I don't want to waste another minute."
CALLIE: "I can't have sex with you again, George. Okay? I can't... I just... I... Enough with the sex."

"George has become a sex machine."

GEORGE: "Callie?"
CALLIE: [to Izzie] "Thank you, goodbye!"
IZZIE: "No! Callie!"
GEORGE: "[comes out of room naked] "What is taking you so- Oh!"
IZZIE: "Um... she had to go. Are you hungry?"

CALLIE: "I get it, I get it, you're crying, you're depressed and I know we all deal in different ways, but this is not grieving, this is my legs being bent in ways my legs do not go. And I know, I know his dad died, and I get it, I feel horrible for him."
IZZIE: "I can give you guys some privacy, I can go far far away..."
CALLIE: "No no! No! No! You stay. You take over me, okay?"
IZZIE: "Callie Torres!
CALLIE: "No! I don't- Not like that, I mean. I am giving him to you. You are now officially on George Watch 2007, Okay? You are his friend. Yay! And I need a break. I need to heal. I need to heal."
IZZIE: "No! No! What am I supposed to do?"

IZZIE: "George, can I come in? I made you some cookies and brownies and muffins, of course. I always make muffins."
CALLIE: [runs out the door] "Thank God you're here. I can't take it anymore. Three times already tonight, and he's getting ready for a fourth."
IZZIE: "What are you talking about? Oh. Oh, ew."

CALLIE: "George kissed me. Yesterday. One minute he's holding a urine bag, the next minute he's kissing me. You think he's just freaking out about his dad? Yeah, you're right, he's probably just freaking out, I shouldn't hold him to it."
ADDISON: "What?"
CALLIE: "Did you not hear a word I said? I'm pouring my heart out here. Jeez, it's all about you isn't it? It's all about- Everything's about Addison."
ADDISON: "I aborted Mark's baby."
CALLIE: "It is all about you. Floor's all yours."

MARK: "Isn't it the same with all men?"
CALLIE: "No. Some men just like kids. To uh, to some men, family is everything."
MARK: "And you know these men?"
CALLIE: "I do. I know one."
MARK: "I would've made a terrible father."

MARK: "You think I'd be a terrible father?"
CALLIE: "I don't.. I don't.. Okay, do you like kids?"
MARK: "I don't know. It depends on how loud they are."
CALLIE: "Okay, do you like your family? I mean, are you a family kind of guy?"
MARK: "I don't really have a family. Derek... Derek was my family."
CALLIE: "Okay, well, what about birthdays and anniversaries. Do you remember those sorts of things?"
MARK: "No. I don't know. Sometimes."

MARK: "She told you."
CALLIE: "Yeah."

GEORGE: "130cc! 130cc of shiny yellow urine!"
CALLIE: "130cc in how long?"
GEORGE: "Four hours."
CALLIE: "No way! That is fantastic!"
GEORGE: [dancing, kissing her] "Thank you."

Grey's Anatomy Quotes

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.


If I did my job well, it's not because people listened to me. It's because they believed in me. Believed that I knew them well enough and believed in them enough to tell them how and when to use their brilliance.