MIRANDA: "O'Malley!"
GEORGE: "Yes, ma'am?"
MIRANDA: "Stop looking at my va-jay-jay!"
GEORGE: "Yes, ma'am."

MIRANDA: [to the interns] "I've been gone for two weeks. Two weeks and you ran off two residents? I've got people phoning me at home, screaming, telling me my interns are a bunch of Rosemary's Babies. Nobody wants you! Do you think I have time for this? I'm pregnant. I'm supposed to be on bed rest. I'm supposed to be growing a human being. I'm supposed to be calm. Do I look calm? Did I raise you fools to be pariahs?"
GEORGE: [hugs her] "You're back."
MIRANDA: "I'm not back."
GEORGE: "You're not?"
MIRANDA: "Get off me."
GEORGE: "Dr. Bailey?"
MIRANDA: "What?!"
GEORGE: "What do you want me to tell Dr. Montgomery Shepherd when she answers her page?"
MIRANDA: [watches her water break] "You can tell her my contractions are 10 minutes apart and my water just broke all over your shoes!"

"Go away. I don't want to see any of you until after this baby is born, which, if he stays on schedule and does like I told him to, should be in about four and a half hours."

MIRANDA: "What are you people doing out here?"
RICHARD: "Are you alright? Can I get you anything?"
MIRANDA: "Hmm. Well, a boy the size of a 10-pound bowling ball is trying to work it’s way out of my body. Can you get me something for that? Can you get me a new vagina?"
RICHARD: "Uh... well..."
MIRANDA: "I didn't think so."

PATIENT: "I was struck by lightning."
MEREDITH: "You mean you fell out of a tree that was hit by lightning."
PATIENT: "Same difference."
MIRANDA: "Actually, medically, it's not the same difference. And it would be helpful if, from now on, you told us the whole truth!"

CRISTINA: "This is great. No blood, no guts, no lives to save. It's dead quiet..."
IZZIE: "Cristina!?"
MIRANDA: "Yang, did you really just say that?"
CRISTINA: "Say what?"
GEORGE: "The 'q' word."
IZZIE: "That's like saying 'Macbeth' in the theater."
CRISTINA: "Oh please. You think because someone says its quiet that it will mean…"

"What is it with bikes. Fools on bikes killing themselves. Natural selection is what it is."

RICHARD: "I see you in there."
MIRANDA: "No, you don’t."
RICHARD: "Your husband was discharged over an hour ago."
MIRANDA: "I'm not here."
RICHARD: "Go home. You're not working today. You're on maternity leave."
MIRANDA: [shuts door] "Exactly!"

GEORGE: "You know Joe?"
MIRANDA: "Oh, yeah. I was the only female intern my year. I didn't know anybody and nobody knew me except Joe. He knew me."
GEORGE: "Oh, so you and Joe..."
MIRANDA: "All you people ever think about is how to get into somebody's pants. You're nasty." [Slaps George] "That's why you got syphilis."
MIRANDA: "Oh come on. All you people ever think about is how to get into somebody's pants. You're nasty." [slaps George] "That's why you got syphilis."

IZZIE: "Hi! I'm Isobel Stevens, but everyone just calls me Izzie."
MIRANDA: "I have five rules. Memorize them. Rule number one, don't bother sucking up. I already hate you, that's not gonna change."

MIRANDA: [to the interns]: "I may be 47 weeks pregnant and on bed rest. I may not be able to see my own feet. But I AM Dr. Bailey. I hear everything, I know every thing. I’m watching each and every one of you, and I will return."

[to Dr. Webber, who was convinced she was looking at another hospital] "I'm pregnant, you blind moron!"

Grey's Anatomy Quotes

Amelia: I think I'm falling in love with Owen Hunt, and I'm really afraid that it's gonna destroy me.
Derek: It wouldn't be love if it didn't.

When we say things like "people don't change" it drives scientist crazy because change is literally the only constant in all of science. Energy. Matter. It's always changing, morphing, merging, growing, dying. It's the way people try not to change that's unnatural. The way we cling to what things were instead of letting things be what they are. The way we cling to old memories instead of forming new ones. The way we insist on believing despite every scientific indication that anything in this lifetime is permanent. Change is constant. How we experience change that's up to us. It can feel like death or it can feel like a second chance at life. If we open our fingers, loosen our grips, go with it, it can feel like pure adrenaline. Like at any moment we can have another chance at life. Like at any moment, we can be born all over again.

Meredith