It's a traumatic brain injury. It's not boot camp.


She could die, and I'll never—I could miss her whole life.


Callie: I need to see my baby.
Cristina: She's mostly tubes and wires. And she looks more like a chicken than a baby. Like a featherless, beakless chicken. You want to wait until she's cuter.
Callie: You're the worst godmother ever.
Cristina: You picked me.

The baby won't wait. You can pick her up. You can hold the baby. Mark can hold the baby. I can't hold my baby. Don't tell me it's ok.


Discharge her please. I'll pay you.


After a trauma, your body is at its most vulnerable. Response time is critical. So you're suddenly surrounded by people—doctors, nurses, specialists, technicians—surgery is a team sport. Everyone pushing for the finish line. Putting you back together again. But surgery is a trauma in and of itself, and once it's over, the real healing begins. It's called recovery. Recovery is not a team sport. It's a solitary distance run. It's long. It's exhausting. And it's lonely as hell.


I mean, come on, I'm all for mother-baby bonding, but not when it will kill the baby. Why do you even ask me these things, huh? I thought you were a doctor.

Dr. Stark

The only good thing that came out of the date were these cannolis, which, as it turns out, is exactly what someone needs when they are having a hypoglycemic episode.


Owen: How'd she take it Karev?
Alex: Bitchy, cause she's a bitch.

Lexie: Right out of your butt.
Alex: Shut up.

If I do all of the logistical crap, I mean it's a project the hospital should fund, right?


Lexie: He solicited a patient for money.
Cristina: What are hooking now?
Alex: No my African kid thing.

Grey's Anatomy Season 7 Episode 19 Quotes

Owen: It's a cute baby, right?
Cristina: Its small features and oversized thighs trigger a hormonal response from humans. It's autonomic. It's what keeps us from eating them.

It's not safe. The last time she was in a car she nearly died. We both nearly died.