Name of the Game Photo

Name of the Game Photo

A screenshot from the episode "Name of the Game."
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Meredith's Stepmother

Meredith's Stepmother

Thatcher Grey's second wife.
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Consummate Pro

Consummate Pro

Dr. Preston Burke.
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Dr. Bailey Looks On

Dr. Bailey Looks On

She's ready to get back in the game!
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What'd You Say?

What'd You Say?

Miranda and Cristina.
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Knock it OFF!

Knock it OFF!

Dr. Miranda Bailey may be a mother now, but she's having none of this knitting nonsense.
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Grey Sisters

Grey Sisters

Meredith talks to Molly, having just learned that they are half-sisters.
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Knit pickin'

Knit pickin'

Meredith knits. Cristina tries not to watch.
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So Many Sweaters

So Many Sweaters

So little time.
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Awkwardness

Awkwardness

Meredith doesn't know what to make of the latest twist in her personal life.
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Setting Bones

Setting Bones

Meredith and Izzie assist Dr. Calli Torres, George's love interest and a damn fine orthopedist.
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Scrabble + Knitting = FUN!

Scrabble + Knitting = FUN!

Izzie doesn't seem to practice much medicine these days, but we love her just the same.
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Grey's Anatomy Season 2 Episode 22 Quotes

DEREK: "Come on, have a drink."
MEREDITH: "I can't have a drink, I'm celibate."
JOE: "You mean sober? She means sober."
MEREDITH: "No, I mean celibate. I'm practicing celibacy. Drinking does not go well with celibacy because it makes everything and everyone seem kind of porn-y. Then my head gets all cloudy and the next thing you know I'm naked. My point is that I'm celibate, and knitting is good for surgical dexterity, so I'm making a sweater."
DEREK: "You? Celibate? I don't buy it."
MEREDITH: "No more men."
ADDISON: "No more men? Really? You? I'm just asking, because we're friends."
Meredith: Every guy I meet turns out to be married.
DEREK: "Oh... ouch."
MEREDITH: "Or Mark."
ADDISON: [walks away] "Okay, I'm going to sit over there now."
MEREDITH: "Sorry. Or, remember the horrible thing I did? Remember George?"
DEREK: "You're making a sweater."
MEREDITH: "I'm making a sweater."

[narrating] "So go ahead. Argue with the ref, change the rules. Cheat a little, take a break and tend to your wounds. But play. Play. Play hard, play fast... play loose and free. Play as if there were no tomorrow. It's not whether you win or lose, it's how you play the game... right?

MEREDITH