Meredith Grey Quotes
Cristina: Where's Toledo?
I'm flattered that she likes me but I have a really important job interview.
When you're a kid, you always want things to stay the same. The same teacher, the same house, the same friends. Being a surgeon is no different.
The human body is made up of systems that keep it alive. The one that keeps you breathing, the one that keeps you standing, the one that makes you hungry, and the one that makes you happy. They're all connected, take a piece out and everything else falls apart. And it's only when our support systems look like they might fail us that you realize how much we depended on them all along.
No more using my sister like a database. We broke her.
Every little kid knows the words to the song. The foot bones connected to the leg bone. The leg bones connected to the knee bone. In med school, you learn it's a little more complicated than that. The songs not wrong. Everything is connected.
We've all heard the warnings and we've ignored them. We push our luck. We roll the dice. We play with fire. It's human nature. When we're told not to touch something, we usually do, even if we know better. Maybe because deep down, we're just asking for trouble.
If you ever cheat on me, I will kill you.
Don't talk to me. She knew I would hate you and she didn't want me to hate you. You know what that means? She's planning on forgiving you or trying to find a way to forgive you. It doesn't matter if it was just sex. She didn't want me to know and now I do. So, don't.
We are not having this conversation, just stop!
I was staring at Simba.
We have a phrase in the operating room. Don't pet the lion. It means no matter how nice a tumor looks, how small it is, how perfect it's margins may be, it's still a tumor. It's still dangerous and it can bite.