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Greys-anatomy

FINN: "Here's the deal. You have two options. You could, come up to my place, take off all your clothes, shower off the goo, borrow one of my shirts and I'll cook you dinner. That’s door number one. Door number two… you go home. I think you ought to take door number one, because it involves you naked in my apartment. But, you know, that's just me."
MEREDITH: "I should point out that there's absolutely nothing you could say that would make me go upstairs with you. I'm kind of offended that you think that I would go upstairs with you. And you should know, that I... I'm celibate, so-"
FINN: "Shut up."
MEREDITH: "I absolutely can not have... sex, with you."
FINN: "If you choose door number one, I absolutely will not have sex with you."
MEREDITH: "You wont?"
FINN: "I promise I won't. I won't even try to kiss you."
MEREDITH: [smiles] "Why not?"
FINN: "Meredith."
MEREDITH: "What?"
FINN: "Choose door number one."

PRESTON: "I wasn't like you. I wasn't the most talented student in school. I wasn't the brightest. But I was the best."
CRISTINA: "You practiced."
PRESTON: "I practiced."

[narrating] "A wise man once said you can have anything in life if you will sacrifice everything else for it. What he meant is nothing comes without a price. So before you go into battle, you better decide how much you're willing to lose. Too often, going after what feels good means letting go of what you know is right, and letting someone in means abandoning the walls you've spent a lifetime building. Of course, the toughest sacrifices are the ones we don't see coming, when we don't have time to come up with a strategy to pick a side or to measure the potential loss. When that happens, when the battle chooses us and not the other way around, that's when the sacrifice can turn out to be more than we can bear."

MEREDITH

[to George] "Remember the good old days? When you lived with us, when you used to tell me stuff. Like... where you live?!"

IZZIE

IZZIE: "You're tall."
DENNY: "I know."

FINN: "This shouldn’t take too long. We can grab some dinner right after."
MEREDITH: "After?"
FINN: "After she gives birth."
MEREDITH: "You're birthing a horse?"
FINN: "Yeah."
MEREDITH: "That's your errand? You're birthing a horse?"
FINN: "Yeah. I guess I could have mentioned it before but, you know, I didn't want to scare you back to your knitting. You can wait back here."
MEREDITH: "Back here?"
FINN: "If you want. I mean it gets a little messy."
MEREDITH: "No, I want to birth a horse!"

MIRANDA: "What's going on between Stevens and Denny? is it a crush, some innocent flirtation? Or is Stevens actually crossing the line?"
MEREDITH: "Well, I know she likes him, but I can't imagine Izzie would do that."
MIRANDA: "I didn't think you and Yang would be stupid enough to fall for your attendings, but I was wrong about that, wasn't I."
MEREDITH: "Yeah, well, it's okay. I'm knitting these days and I'm actually thinking about accepting a date, with a vet!"
MIRANDA: "Grey, do you really think I care?
MEREDITH: "No."
MIRANDA: "Good. Maybe you aren't as stupid as I thought."

MEREDITH: "Hey."
DEREK: "Well, hey."
MEREDITH: [tries not to laugh] "So, you picked up Doc?"
DEREK: "Yeah, he's home."
MEREDITH: "He seems to be doing better."
DEREK: "Yeah, he's... he's doing good."
MEREDITH: [laughs] "I'm not laughing at you."
DEREK: [laughs] "No."
MEREDITH: "It's just, you know... bad sex isn't the kind of thing that wives want announced to dirty-ex-mistresses."
DEREK: "You're not the dirty ex-mistress. You're a friend. She's your friend. I'm your friend. We're all friends."
MEREDITH: "But you didn't tell her."
DEREK: "No." [smiles] "So how's your day going?"

DEREK: [answers phone] "Hello? Hi. Yeah, yeah." [to Addison] "It's about Doc. No, I'm here... I can pick him up this morning. Sure, I-"
ADDISON: [grabs phone] "Hi, Dr. Dandrige? Listen, we're gonna have to call you back becasue we're trying really hard to have some decent sex here." [hangs up]
MEREDITH: [silence]

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