Stephanie: My privileges got revoked. I have to go to counseling.
Ben: For real? How long?
Stephanie: Have fun raising your game. You'll actually have a shot at beating mine now.

Alex: He made it all the way to the hospital on his own. Blind.
Liam's Mom: It was a miracle
Alex: Or someone helped him. Someone drove him here
Liam's Mom: The Lord helps those who help themselves.

Jo: I know what you're about to say
Andrew: I don't. I don't think you
Jo: And the second that you say it...
Andrew: OK. Uh, I'll see you tomorrow.

Based on what I saw today, she needs to be suspended!


Stephanie: If God did anything for Liam, God delivered him safely to us because he saw that he made you so weak and so stupid that you were going to kill your child.
Liam's Father: You're going to burn in hell.

That is massive. That is a beauty. The Sistine Chapel of tumors.


Richard:[stands in front of the O.R. Board] What's here?
Ben: I see surgeries.
Richard: You see residents doing surgeries. Where's your name?
Ben: I'm covering the pit.
Richard: Exactly. You're a senior resident.

How is she even able to stand after all that sex? This thing sitting on her chest. When I get home I barely have the energy to put on fuzzy socks.


I hope you enjoyed practicing medicine because after I'm done suing this place, you're all done.

Liam's Father

The scary thing isn't dying. The scary thing is surviving and accepting that you actually have a life to live. Don't you want to stick around and live it?


The kid took a train all by himself to ask for our help, actual help not prayers and olive oil on his head!


I can't wait for our naked plans, but a little anticipation doesn't have to be a bad thing.


Grey's Anatomy Season 13 Episode 22 Quotes

Meredith: Hey, it's me, do you want a giant tumor?
Amelia: Why would I want that?
Meredith: It's the one from my wall that Derek drew. I thought you might like it. It's in the hall.
Amelia: Is she cleaning?
Maggie: At 3:30?

Our skulls cushion our brains. Our ribcage guards our hearts. the body is built to protect our most vulnerable parts. At least, that's how it's supposed to work.