Ben: Being with someone you like, there is nothing like, and I want you to be safe and happy, but that only happens if she is too.
Tucker: OK.
Ben: Say it. Say it.
Tucker: If she stops having fun then plain stop. Game over. It's over.

Abby, look at me. This doesn't define you and whether you tell your husband or you report or you don't tell another soul, you're a survivor. You survived.

Jo

Abby, this was not your fault. You didn't ask for this. There is nothing you did to deserve this.

Teddy

Teddy: What you did today with Abby that was not protocol.
Jo: I know, I know, and I'm sorry.
Teddy: I'm saying that it should be.

Please, I can't see his face. Please, don't make me see his face.

Abby

Jo: Do I look like him?
Vicki: You have my father's eyes, but the hair is all mine, and maybe the fire in the belly. I did the best I could, but I'm still, I'm sorry, I'm just doing the best I can.

Of course you deserved better. I didn't have better to give you.

Vicki

I spent most of my life doubting everyone I ever met. Leaving them before they could lead me. I am a grown woman with a job that I love, and friends that I love and a husband who loves me, and still, still, I was walking around waiting, wondering if you would ever find me. Wondering if you would ever say that I was sorry.

Jo

Vicki: I just wanted to stare at you and hold you until that love came.
Jo: But it never did.
Vicki: No it did. Everything they said was true. My heart cracked wide open, but it was never just us.

I actually had to work to calling it rape, to begin with, because I did say yes to the that date, and I did say yes to getting in that car. Someone, somewhere along the way, a man most likely decided they wanted to qualify this word rape be it "date rape," acquaintance rape, somehow it isn't as real unless it happens to a woman running through the park at night or walking down a dark alley. Somehow because I knew him what he took from me didn't matter, but it did. I found a way to hear that; I found a way to believe that, and I found a way to move forward.

Vicki

We all know if I do that kit it ends up in the back of some police station ignored for years. While I sit there wondering when a bomb will go off waiting to see if a jury of my peers will believe -- will believe a woman who wore a skirt a few inches too short, who had a few cocktails too many at a bar last night after having a fight about laundry with her husband. And you know the tequila I drank will make it my fault, and whoever did this to me whatever he drink, that'll be his excuse. Is your kit going to convince them I wasn't flirting at the bar? If I give them my story in my underwear will it prove to them or to my husband that I didn't cheat on him or made up some story just to save my own ass? Well, your kit do that?

Abby

It's your choice. It is all your choice.

Teddy

Grey's Anatomy Season 15 Episode 19 Quotes

Meredith Voiceover: When there's a poisonous snake in our path, we freeze. When we smell smoke, we run. When faced with danger, fear takes over and we react, desperate to feel safe. It's biological, primal. But for someone who suffers from trauma, it's the everyday things: a touch of a hand, a song in a coffee shop, the smell of rubbing alcohol -- ...Seemingly random, common things convincing your brain and body you're in danger, and there's no way out...

I was born at Emerson hospital and soon after I was left at a Fire station on 47th Street. I think you're the person who left me. I think you're my mother.

Jo