Grey's Anatomy Season 2 Episode 15: "Break on Through" Quotes
DEREK: "You should come visit! The dog, I mean."
MEREDITH: [smiles] "Uh huh. Bye!"
[shows teen patient a picture of her daughter] "I'm her mother, but I'm not her mom. I wanted better for her than I could do at 16. Look... you're reading her Shakespeare. When you're working 12 hours at the diner, like our moms, you won't be coming home and reading her Shakespeare."IZZIE
[to Richard] "She lights up when you're around. She's alive. Keep visiting. I can't... I don't... I don't want my mother to die alone."MEREDITH
CRISTINA: "Uhh... Sydney? I just wanted to... uhhh ... um... apol... apologoshigize for... you know...overstepping... uh... sorry...
SYDNEY: "Well, now there's the compassion I was looking for! Apology accepted. Okay, you wanna hug it out?"
GEORGE: "Fair hours! Fair wages! Fair hours! Fair wages!"
IZZIE: "Way to get your strike on."
GEORGE: "I shouldn't even be seen talking to you."
PRESTON: "Never have I questioned a fellow surgeon in their O.R. I never understood what the problem was -- an intern dating an attending -- until today."
CRISTINA: "I'm not used to being wrong."
PRESTON: "I know. But you're an intern. Second guessing a resident? That's not your job."
RICHARD: "O'Malley, I need you to-"
GEORGE: "Sir, with all due respect, no offense intended, but I won't cross the picket line... All due respect, no offense... 40-50 hours of mandatory overtime is extremely..."
RICHARD: [walks away]
GEORGE: "Yes sir, I'm very sorry, no offense intended sir!"
SYDNEY: "So, looks like it's just you and me, Izzie McGee!"
IZZIE: "Stevens. Izzie Stevens."
SYDNEY: "Oh, no, I know. I was just rhyming."
IZZIE: [pauses] "Right. Rhyming. Neat."
"Here you are! Wow, you guys look like a great group, which is awesome, because my horoscope said it was going to be a very challenging day! But no! This is better. This day is going to be great! We're going to have so much fun!"SYDNEY
RICHARD: "We need an additional 40 nurses to relieve the whole retirement that's striking about. That's two million dollars a year we don't have."
DEREK: "Have you checked under the couch? I always find some spare change under the cushions."
GEORGE: [sees picket line] "Oh no."
IZZIE: "What? What's the problem?"
GEORGE: "My dad's a truck driver, and my mother's a teacher. If the evening news shows me crossing the picket line, they'll out-live me just to pee on my grave."
[narrating] "In general, lines are there for a reason. For security, for clarity. If you choose to cross the line, you pretty much do so at your own risk. So why is it that the bigger the line, the greater the temptation to cross it? We cant help ourselves. When we see a line we want to cross it. Maybe itâ€™s the thrill of the unfamiliar, a sort of personal dare. The only problem is once that youâ€™ve crossed, itâ€™s almost impossible to go back. But, if you do manage to make it back across the line, you find safety in numbers."MEREDITH