Owen Hunt Quotes
Owen: Are you whoring yourself out for surgeries?
Cristina: Oh shut up. You forced me into it!
Owen: Stevens, I have something for you if you're interested.
Cristina: Well I'm interested.
Owen: An MBC came in a while back during his work up I found an abdominal sarcoma. Since then I've been following his recurrences, and uh, he came back today with his 3rd one. Wondered if you could scrub in? If you feel ready.
Cristina: I'm ready!
Owen: He's in pre-op.
Cristina: You know I need a surgery.
Owen: You know I don't play favorites. Please have been afraid to work with Stevens. Like she's gonna break or something. It's not right. She's a good surgeon, and she has a way with patients. And, a light touch.
Cristina: You want nice? I can be nice too. I can be nice to a dying husk.
Owen: Yeah, not a light touch.
Owen: Batter, batter, batter, batter.
Cristina: What are you trying...
Owen: You need to stop thinking about what's gonna happen, you need to focus on what is right in front of you. Now, hit the ball!
Cristina: Oh my god! Oh my god! I got it!
Cristina: I did it! I did it.
Meredith: Now you like baseball!
Derek: Oh here we go little Grey. Let's go.
Cristina: You know, I'm sorry. I'm leaving.
Owen: Woah. You need this. Put this on. Ok.
Derek: There we go.
Cristina: No, I no!
Owen: Now, hit the ball.
Cristina: I don't wanna hit the ball. Oh my god!
Derek: Oh! Here we go, here we go.
Owen: Rough day.
Derek: Oh, I need some sleep.
Owen: Ok, lets go home.
Cristina: I can't. I just got kicked off of pead's. I'm totally screwed.
Owen: Cristina come on...
Cristina: No, I can't sleep. I can't.
Meredith: (Der kisses her head) I can't leave if she's not leaving.
Cristina: I played hide and seek today. I didn't go to surgery because some 9 year old miraculously peed without blood. Ok, I can't do this anymore.
Owen: Then don't. Tell Dr. Robbins you don't think peds is your thing. What is the big deal?
Cristina: The big deal is that the Chief is in there right now making a list.
Owen: You don't know that.
Cristina: Yeah, a list of who stays and who goes. I can't be on that goes list.
Alex: Oh, he's lost a huge chunk of flesh. I see down to his mandible. We'll need plastics and an ENT consult.
Owen: Left IV looks as if it's clotted off. I need 16 gauge in there.
All the interns: I'VE GOT IT!!!!
Owen: Woah woah woah, what's going on? It's 4 in the morning, is everyone on call?
Cristina: It's the merger. Everyones scared to go home.
Owen: I don't think the Chief meant that people couldn't sleep.
Cristina: It's hard to sleep when your jobs on the line.
Owen: One of you... get as much type specific blood as they'll let you have and meet us in surgery.
Lexie: ME! I GOT IT! I GOT IT! I GOT IT!
Cristina: That list is everything - it is my future. It is my salvation. The list is life.
Owen: You're comparing the merger with Schindler's List?
Cristina: I'm Jewish. I'm allowed.
Owen: I don't wanna hurt you again. My problems they're real, and this, this makes us real. It makes my problems your problems. I'm afraid. I don't wanna hurt you again.
Cristina: You can sleep in the bathtub.
Cristina: I... I can't get back on Bailey's service. I mean, she's still not even looking at me.
Owen: Cristina, give it time. I mean, you know, she was closer to O'Malley and she has more...
Cristina: Yeah, I know but she's... it's not even about O'Malley. She's mad at me about Ceviche.
Owen: (laughing) You've gotta stop that.
Dr Wyatt: Ceviche?
Cristina: It's a patient.
Owen: Ah, a boating accident victim. She thinks that it's ok to call her a seafood dish. Is that ok?
Dr Wyatt: Well, it's pretty dark.
Cristina: Oh come on. I'm dark? I'm not the one going around choking people in their sleep.
Cristina: Ah he trained at Northwestern, and then at Harvard. He grew up like, 5 miles away from here. Um, not rich. Not poor. Comfortable. And, well loved by his parents. But um, itching to do something more with his life. Which is when he enlisted at the age of...
Owen: Cristina, this is not a book report.
Cristina: I'm trying to explain to Dr. Wyatt that I know things about you.
Mrs. O'Malley, I didn't know him like you knew him. I didn't know him long. But, he had tremendous potential as a trauma surgeon. He was very fast on his feet. He could think and act simultaneously under intense pressure. He had tremendous potential. And, you know, he was impatient. He wanted to become better, faster. He wanted to save more lives. He was good. And he was thoughtful and generous. I think in the end, I think he was heroic and noble. And I liked him very much. And I think he gave you a good read to be very very proud.