George O'Malley Quotes
[narrating] "Karma. One way or another it will leave us to face ourselves. We can look our karma in the eye or we can wait for it to sneak up from behind. But karma will always find us. The truth is, as surgeons, we have more chances than most to set the balance in our favor. Yet no matter how hard we try we can't escape our karma. It follows us home. I guess we can't really complain about our karma. It's not an affair. It's not unexpected. It just... evens the score. And even when we're about to do something that we know will tempt karma to bite us in the ass... well, it goes without saying. We do it anyway."
CALLIE: "You didnâ€™t call me."
GEORGE: No I did. I did, a few times. I just hung up every time."
CALLIE: "Nice, George. Very stalker-like."
CRISTINA: "Whatâ€™s up with your hair?"
PRESTON: "Leave the man alone. Heâ€™s got issues. If he wants to cut his hair to get over his issues, thatâ€™s his business. That's his thing."
GEORGE: "It's my thing!"
GEORGE: "You know Joe?"
MIRANDA: "Oh, yeah. I was the only female intern my year. I didn't know anybody and nobody knew me except Joe. He knew me."
GEORGE: "Oh, so you and Joe..."
MIRANDA: "All you people ever think about is how to get into somebody's pants. You're nasty." [Slaps George] "That's why you got syphilis."
MIRANDA: "Oh come on. All you people ever think about is how to get into somebody's pants. You're nasty." [slaps George] "That's why you got syphilis."
CRISTINA: "Are you gonna dish?"
GEORGE: "No. Leave me alone."
CRISTINA: "Then quit whining."
PRESTON: "You're not being nice."
CRISTINA: "He's being pathetic."
GEORGE: " Just leave me alone!"
PRESTON: "Man, O'Malley, what did Grey do to you?"
GEORGE: "A shift is a marathon, not a sprint. Eat."
IZZIE: "I can't."
GEORGE: "You should eat something."
IZZIE: "You try eating after performing 17 rectal exams. The Nazi hates me."
GEORGE: "The Nazi's a resident. I have attendings hating me."
ALEX: [sees George crouching down] "What are you doing?"
GEORGE: "Hiding. There's this VIP patient that likes me."
ALEX: "Well, that's good, right?"
GEORGE: "No, you don't understand. He likes me, likes me."
ALEX: "Hey, go for it, man. Get yours. I'm down with the rainbow."
ALEX: [pauses] "Oh, are you not gay?"
ALEX: "Really? Dude, sorry."
[to Meredith] "I know you've been going through a bad time. I know you miss Shepherd and that your life has been pretty unpleasant these days. You get points for breathing in and out. You get to be a little selfish. But you don't get to choose a dog over me. You don't. My name is George. I sleep down the hall from you. I buy you tampons. I hold your hand. Every time you ask. I've earned the right to be seen. To be respected. So, I'm not moving out. Whether you like it or not, I'm staying."
ALEX: "So, Grey and Stevens really walk around in their underwear?"
GEORGE: "Um... Not all the time. I mean, some of the time. But not all the time."
ALEX: "Sexy underwear?"
ALEX: "And they just let you look at them?"
GEORGE: "Well, uh... yeah."
ALEX: "So they're like your sisters?"
GEORGE: "No! Not like sisters. Uh... no! I don't think of them like sisters."
ALEX: "But they're not coming on to you?"
GEORGE: "Well, not exactly."
ALEX: "And they don't expect you to do anything."
GEORGE: "No, but..."
ALEX: "Like sisters. Just like sisters."
GEORGE: "What happened today?"
GEORGE: "Okay then."
IZZIE: "We donâ€™t know everything about each other, George."
GEORGE: [pause] "True. Anybody wanna have sex?"
IZZIE: "I just... I just need some sex, George. You know, I just, I need sex NOW. You know what I mean?"
GEORGE: "No matter how hard you beg, I am not doing you."
"I guess we can't really complain about karma. It's not unfair. It's not unexpected. It just evens the score."