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Greys-anatomy

Really, please, go back to Malawi.

Callie

Meredith: I'm too mad to even look at you.
Derek: Then roll over.

She caught a fish and cried is not the whole story.

Meredith

To a degree, medicine is a science...but I would argue that it's also an art. The doctors who see medicine as a science only, you don't want them by your side when you're bleeding won't stop or when your child is screaming in pain. The clinicians go by the book. The artists follow their guts. The artists feel your pain and they go to extremes to make it stop. Extreme measures. That's where science ends and art begins.

Meredith

People, people, our own trauma's fresh, and we are going to have feelings today, and there's no shame in that. What I want to say is that what we went through six months ago they are going through right now. Which makes them our brothers and sisters. Which makes them fellow travelers. Which makes them our own. So to the very best of our ability we are going to do our work first, and you're gonna have your feelings later.

Richard

Nothing about this is okay.

Derek

Body block him, Karev. Don't let him near that leg.

Arizona

Dr. Stark, you're new here, but in this hospital, we take shootings personally.

Callie

Dr. Grey, you're a surgeon, not a social worker.

Derek
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