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Greys-anatomy

Derek: My perfect little life. Have you been paying attention at all?
Miranda: Yeah, I pay attention. I pay attention! I pay attention to people in all walks of life, all types. I notice people. I see people. It's guys like you who don't see people like me.
Derek: I don't see you?
Miranda: I'm not talking about you, Shepherd. Just guys like you. Who don't see girls like me. We don't exist for you. We exist to do your homework! We exist to build your ego up... I am a successful married mother. I am chief resident, I am CHIEF resident of a major metropolitan hospital! I am a surgeon, who saved his life today! And he still doesn't see me... I may as well still be that high school girl with the mushroom haircut and the coke bottle glasses and the band uniform. The girl who didn't get to go to homecoming dance cause it didn't even occur to him to ask me. All those late nights tutoring him, and it didn't even occur to him to ask?
Derek: Mmm. Band uniform. Really?
Miranda: Do I look like I wanna be mocked by you right now?
Derek: No, you don't. I'm just gonna say one thing. In high school, I was 110 pounds, and I hadn't yet figured out hair product, so I had a big afro. And, um, I had acne... and I too, wore a band uniform. Sax.
Miranda: Oboe.
Derek: I would have been honored to take a girl like you to homecoming.

Derek: Night, Bailey.
Miranda: Sit down.
Derek: What?
Miranda: Sit down!
Derek: You ok?
Miranda: What do you care? With your hair products and your perfect little face, perfect little life. What do you care how I am?

Molly: You better be able to fix my face. I have pom statewides in a month.
Alex: You're a cheerleader?
Molly: I'm a pom.
Mark: Cheerleaders just jump around. Poms are dancers.
Alex and Callie: [silence]
Mark: I was on the football team!
Callie: Yeah, I'm not sure you're gonna be doing any dancing in the next month.
Molly: You better be lying.
Callie: Not lying. You have very serious knee and leg fractures, not to mention a cracked coccyx.
Molly: What the hell is that?
Alex: That's the bone at the bottom of your spine.
Molly: Uh?
Callie: The bottom of your bottom.
Molly: My ass? I broke my ass?
Alex: That's one way to look at it.
Mark: Don't look at it!

Lexie: I never knew what to say to them. In high school. Kids like him. They were always so... separate from the rest of us, you know, alone. It wasn't like that for me. I was prom queen and class valedictorian.
Izzie: Yeah, I wouldn't broadcast that.

Man, high school really does suck.

Alex

Mark: What can I do for you ladies?
Brunette Girl: Tell him!
Blonde Girl: No! It's, it's embarrassing.
Mark: You can tell me.
Brunette Girl: You look exactly like her dad!
Erica: [smirks]
Richard: Swing and a miss.

Erica: Is it me or there are teenyboppers staring at you?
Mark: I get that a lot. It started when I was their age, never really went away.
Richard: Is that so?

Derek: Hey Rose! Rose!
Rose: You know my name!
Derek: I had to ask around but now I know.
Rose: Oh, good for you. Good night.
Derek: Hang on, I should have recognized you form the OR today. We worked together for three hours, it's toughness.
Rose: I've worked on 36 of your surgeries and today was the first time we made eye contact. Like I said, a hospital is no better than high school. Good night, Dr. Shepherd.

[to Mark] Hey, Dad! Want to get a drink?

Derek
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