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IZZIE: "Blows over? What does that even mean?"
GEORGE: "When Meredith and I... uh, eventually it blew over, the past."
IZZIE: "You mean the sad sex? The sad, tragic, depression inducing sex you had with Meredith is the same as what we-"
GEORGE: "I can't. Back off. Just for now... back off."

MEREDITH: [narrating] "Some people believe that without history, our lives amount to nothing. At some point we all have to choose: do we fall back on what we know, or do we step forward to something new? It's hard not to be haunted by our past. Our history is what shapes us... what guides us. Our history resurfaces time after time after time. So we have to remember sometimes the most important history is the history we’re making today."

"You think that if you get me laid, I'll let you become chief."


MEREDITH: "You've got stuff on you hands."
CRISTINA: "I'm trying to scare away cardio-god."
MEREDITH: "With pretty pretty fingers?"

CRISTINA: "You've never played chess?"
MEREDITH: "I'm not a geek!"

IZZIE: "I have an 11-year old daughter, and she needs a bone marrow transplant. I'm potentially a good match. Please don't tell anyone, please. This isn't a chapter in my history I want everyone to know about."
MIRANDA: "I understand."

IZZIE: [to George] "You don't have to keep avoiding me."
GEORGE: Yeah I do, until this thing blows over, I do. [to people in the clinic] Havier Jugerreo? Havier Jugerreo?

"I came here to be chief. Meredith complicates that."


[narrating] "A patient's history is as important as their symptoms. It's what helps us decide if heart burn's a heart attack... if a headache's a tumor. Sometimes patients will try to re-write their own histories. They'll claim they don't smoke, or forget to mention certain drugs... which in surgery can be the kiss of death. We can ignore it all we want, but our history eventually always comes back to haunt us."

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