Jackson: Thank you.
Catherine: Oh please, that's what grandmas are for.
Jackson: No, I mean...
Catherine: What? What baby?
Jackson: Just thank you, mom...for everything.

Jackson: I have a daughter. Her name is Harriet.
Robert: Harriet. Wow, that is wonderful. I'm a grandfather.
Jackson: No, no you're not. My mom is a wonderful grandmother and you seem like a decent guy. But you're not a grandfather.

Jackson, I know what a good father is. I had one my whole life. Jackson, you are a good father...You came here to tell him something. Don't leave here until you do.


April: What?
Jackson: I'm thinking about our track records at hotels
April: What about it?

April: This is gonna work right?
Jackson: We did it.
Doctor: Damn right you did.

You know your mom says the difference between the two of us is that you were born with money and I had to earn it.


I never really pictured him happy without me. He talked a lot. He didn't say anything about me. He talked about mom's laugh, his stupid tuxedo. I felt stupid...It never really occurred to me that he never really missed me.


Jackson: I'm Jackson Avery. I'm your son.
Robert: Oh my god. Oh my God! Jackson.

Robert: I was born into that life, but she was born for it.
Jackson: So you took off?
Robert: You know your mother.

Are you married? Kids? I guess I'm asking...are you happy?


Jackson: You can go.
April: I'm not going anywhere.

Jackson: He looked me right in the eye. He doesn't know his own son.
April: So make him know you.

Grey's Anatomy Season 13 Episode 16 Quotes

Freezing, choking, getting tongue-tied--there's a reason it happens. We lose our words because the stakes are so high and we have so much to lose. We're petrified of saying too much, or saying it wrong. When the truth is,the only wrong thing you can say is nothing at all.


Freezing, choking, getting tongue-tied--it's what we call it when your mind goes from brilliant to blank. you can prepare all you want, but the feeling can still hit you. So when it hits you, when your mind...your mind shuts down, when you open your mouth, and no words come out, the good news is, it happens to all of us.