Aired 11 years ago - May 22, 2005
A sexually transmitted disease breaks out and affects several members of the hospital staff. Chief Webber promptly calls a meeting. Meanwhile, the chief reluctantly tells Dr. Derek Shepherd about his own medical concerns. Izzie and Cristina worry
about a patient's wife and daughter who can't agree on his care. Burke treats his college buddy Bill, whose medical diagnosis raises some questions regarding his wife's actions. Then just as Meredith and Derek grow more intimate, a surprise is revealed.
And I'll see you with your parents
in a little while.
- Oh, that would be Stanford, right?
- I learned not to jump to conclusions.
It's none of your business.
I don't care what you have
to do. Save my daughter's life.
OK, Mr. Walker. Does that hurt?
[Karev] Ew. Thick, short neck.
is messed up in here.
Botox would do wonders
for all those frown lines.
- I don't have them.
- Where'd you grow up?
No disrespect, but like hell, you do.
- Has Tommy been under stress lately?
- You know what's making me stressed?
You know how important this is to me!
without this procedure, you will die.
I'm looking at you, sweetheart,
but it's the strangest thing.
Then one awesome night on the beach
with a bottle of merlot...
[Mr. Walker] First my legs,
then stomach. God.
I'm trusting my instincts.
Yep, you're right. There's
an AVM on his left temporal lobe.
You want me to start?
How does a pompous,
cocky jackass like you
[Karev clears throat]
But the best part
is it's superior to the pig.
followed by a whole bunch of zeros.
except for the baby.
Third thoracic laminae. Nothing.
It's there. Cleanup, please.
What is it?
I'm your doctor.
It's not my place to be happy.
and about believing in myself,
whatever people think.
He's an expert on bovine
valve replacement surgery.
George has a hot date.
I waited tables, which was
supposed to put me through college,
[Meredith] At the end
of the day, faith is a funny thing.
Aired 11 years ago - May 15, 2005
Meredith grows increasingly dissatisfied with the unknown details of Derek's life. Meanwhile, Alex treats Devo, a patient whose religious beliefs jeopardize her chances for recovery; Izzie contemplates reconnecting with her estranged mother; Zoey, a
pregnant woman in her 40s who's been diagnosed with cancer, disagrees with Cristina's medical advice; and the interns are mystified by Cable, a patient who's being treated for seizures and who thinks he's psychic.
Hi, Dr. Stevens.
It's gone from torturing pledges
to torturing interns.
[Cristina] Mr. Franklin, how long
has your abdomen been like this?
Maybe I got ladies.
[Richard] Retract here.
Oh, come on.
It looks like
a symptom of liver disease.
They did a chromosome analysis
of the tissue.
Oh, my God.
Oh, no. Really, no.
No, the opposite
of a prostitute, a lady.
I know how the rumor mill
runs around here.
That's not true. Just 'cause lzzie
can't keep her mouth shut
It's simply a quirk of nature, man.
I'll be fighting nightmares for a week.
[Meredith] Good thing
you became a doctor.
I just wanted to remind you
have been diagnosed with... syphilis.
We should try and get down
to do the MRI now.
There's no one else.
OK. I'm ready.
- You see that right there?
It's just... We never made
any rules or anything.
[Woman] That's the last
of the ovarian material.
I don't remember asking
for your opinions,
You guys want to perform
an unauthorized autopsy?
- How do you know that?
- What kind of something?
I got you covered.
If it is, when he wakes up, he'll...
Here. Take over for me.
What Bill doesn't know won't hurt him.
I just don't know what to do
anymore, you know?
You could be arrested for assault!
We know what killed him.
Aired 11 years ago - May 08, 2005
Derek and Meredith try (unsuccessfully) to be discreet as they spend the night together at Meredith's house, but their haggard appearance speaks volumes to everyone - including Bailey, who warns Meredith to end the relationship. Meanwhile George
suspects an anesthesiologist of drinking on the job but is reluctant to speak up about it, Alex treats a former competitor who now finds honor in self-mutilation, Izzie has to deal with a patient who won't let go of his girlfriend - literally, and Cristina seems to be battling a case of the flu.
Next time, just let me know
if I need to go to a hotel
What's the problem?
but they called down
for a surgeon,
Excuse me, sir, uh,
you're bleeding. You mind if I...
My coach used to say,
it's all about how we process pain.
[Jamie] Mommy and Daddy.
On my way back to clinic.
I didn't give it to you.
It's all over the hospital.
It's not her fault,
I'll worry when he's too juiced
to do his crossword puzzle.
And a bad one, at that.
Tina, you know,
she tries so hard.
[Jamie] And nose?
I thought you would think
this is funny.
is a little more risky.
Yeah, I tried that, but...
Life doesn't work that way, Claire.
But, I mean, that's...
If the parents consent,
- [Lzzie] What, about doctor-cest?
- It's been going on for, like, ever.
You've lost some blood.
Needle-tip Bovie, please.
I've done everything
you've asked me to do.
Ah, coffee, where would
medicine be without it, huh?
[Taylor] Where do you get off
accusing me of something like that?
I wouldn't be here
if I wasn't.
Check that. I can't respect
a man desperate enough
Is he OK?
Is he gonna be OK?
It would qualify.
And now you smell like putrid goo.
I think Claire is killing
herself to please you.
His temp's way up,
and BP's dropping, doctor.
From the frontal lobectomy,
I'm going to encounter a, uh...
[Taylor] My bad, Shep.
Put the defib pads on him
and give him 150.
Dr. Yang, do you want to
add something to that?
Somebody should have
barring any complications.
Aired 11 years ago - May 01, 2005
Izzie tries to get George to find the courage to ask Meredith out. All of the interns are in awe when a woman comes in with a record breaking tumor, but it is so far advanced that the woman's prognosis is not good. Now that Bailey knows about
Meredith and Derek's affair, their jobs are in jeopardy, and she advises Meredith to end it. Meanwhile, Cristina and Burke's secret relationship is also getting more complicated...
I definitely have to end it.
Good morning, Annie.
How are you?
[Annie] I've been housebound
for the last year.
He actually seemed sincere.
It was running low
overnight down to 70l30,
But I don't want you
to say anything to her.
Not for Parkinson's,
for spinal pain.
There's going to be
a microphone in there for you
Well, what I don't understand...
She couldn't breathe.
Is that rude? I'm sorry.
I'm so tired.
You don't know what it's like
having a parent...
[Derek] If I miss a step,
- No. No, Annie.
I mean, thank you. OK.
if I don't ever ask?
How psyched are you?
if you drink alcohol,
I mean, we could
- Right here?
- Did you page?
Do I have to start drooling,
and forget my name
When those people start
finding out what's going on
Want to do it
in the stairwell?
We were able to relieve the
obstruction of his chest tube,
[Derek] This is going to sound
really scary, but try and relax.
It's as thick as a thumb.
You're doing great, Mr. Levangie.
Just a little longer.
[Derek] Bailey was on the warpath.
I was trying to protect you.
Does he have
a myocardial ischemia?
We have a pulse.
Oh, God. Just squeeze it off
Aired 11 years ago - Apr 24, 2005
Meredith realizes that she must take on a lot more responsibility when she is told that her mother needs to sign over all of her assets to her. As Izzie prepares to have a party for her boyfriend Hank (the scale of which is unknown to Meredith),
Meredith has her first heart surgery. During the surgery she fears that she has fallen asleep and damaged the patient's heart. Meanwhile, Cristina and Burke hit it off. At the party, Meredith and Derek get caught together by Dr. Bailey.
[Meredith] The scariest part
I think maybe
I did something to the heart
Course of action?
No. The only things
that will work are Demerol
You're too damn young
to be a doctor.
Well, heart surgery takes
a lot out of the patient,
- How do you know about the party?
- Thanks for not inviting me.
- I popped a glove.
It's a hell of a lot more
than a fingernail.
- I could, right?
- You're not getting kicked out.
As long as you clear it with Meredith.
Do you want to talk about it?
Mr. Patterson, please.
as well as County,
Mercy West, Seattle Pres.
So, doctors have lives
after all. Who'd have thunk?
I think she had... um, excuse me...
OK, Mom. We're all here.
We have a notary.
The Dilaudid hasn't worn off yet.
- Brain surgery?
I told her to clear it with you.
Why do we want
to be surgeons, anyway?
You and lzzie will give birth
to very tall, blonde people...
I don't care about
the people you work with.
[Lvy: The Edge of the Ocean]
It was good sneaking,
but enough sneaking.
Anything in the patient's history?
However, I do think
the patient's history
- And she reported it.
- Too late.
without fear of retribution.
Aired 11 years ago - Apr 17, 2005
While George is feeling a little less masculine because of the way Izzie and Meredith have been treating him (like a sister), Izzie is assigned to a patient about to loose all of his masculinity. Cristina, true to her competitive spirit, shows up
early and assigns herself to an ill woman, who happens to have been Meredith's moms scrub nurse. Alex, meanwhile, is busying himself copying and pasting pictures of Izzie's racy magazine spread all over the interns' locker room. And while Meredith is trying to cope with her mother's Alzheimer's, Derek treats a patient who has managed to get nails stuck in his head.
You always come in like that,
bang the light on?
Ha-ha! I know all the tricks, doctor.
- It's my mother's house.
Cruz, Jorge Cruz. He tripped
and fell down a flight of stairs
I can't see.
I was Ellis's scrub nurse for 18 years,
practically lived with that woman.
Take care of her.
Liz is an institution around here.
You are in so much trouble.
[Alex] And they just,
uh, let you look at them?
I just got him a new digital camera,
and now he can't stop, you know?
I got it. Other words, I'm on my own.
She had this thing for red when we met.
The good news is it hasn't spread
from his prostate to his lymph nodes.
directly into the skull
without doing significant damage
They believe that the
personal stuff clouds the medicine.
He needs to stabilize.
We'll do it tomorrow.
- You're on-call, right?
That doesn't sound like her.
Just wanted to send her regards.
I'm about four years old in this photo.
I'd know the answer
to that even if I couldn't see.
Oh, stop whining.
Can I talk to you?
Let's look at that tattoo
up close and personal, shall we?!
I'm not proud of it, but it's a fact.
[Derek] This is an
incredibly difficult decision.
she made the nursing home
sign a contract to that effect.
Your hair is down to there.
They want you to cut it out?
What the hell are you doing?
No. [sighing] No.
I'm sorry, Dr. Bailey.
Dr. Victor, I agree with her.
Aired 11 years ago - Apr 10, 2005
A bike race injures several pedestrians as well as well as participants. One pedestrian is left brain dead. Christina and Issie wish to use his organs for organ donation but with Christina's detachment and Issie's ever hopeful attitude that the
man will recover, they will find the organ harvesting process an emotional one. Preston faces feelings of his dislike of organ harvesting - as a surgeon, he likes saving lives; harvesting organs doesn't save the person's life. George deals with Mac, a friend of the chief, who won't stop flirting with him. He is in need of a new liver. Meredith is fed up with Alex showing off as she continues trying to push Derek away. She also is reaching the limits of Issie's sunshine and George's politeness as she goes on living with them. Then there is their desire to see Meredith's mother's medical tapes. Getting through the day, Meredith realizes the keys to winning the race.
Oh, it's like candy, but with blood,
which is so much better!
It's a superficial wound.
If he doesn't respond
in six hours, declare him.
That's why we do a series
of tests over a number of hours.
Look, you really have
to let me take you for some tests.
and your need
to dirty everything up?
"Why are you so hell-bent
on getting me to go out with you?"
We only have a few hours
before we have to declare him,
What are you examining me for?
If it works.
Alex is vermin. That surgery is ours.
You wanna take credit for your saves,
So you're gonna repress everything
in a deep, dark, twisted place
[Cristina] Now, Mrs. Davidson,
this form simply says
Now, no one said this was easy.
Uh, Mr. Mackie, no offense or anything.
Let's go get that liver, shall we?
Call the OR, tell them we're
coming, and page Dr. Bailey.
running around trying to show off.
He's ready, if you'd like to see him.
No. No, he's not OK at all.
Aired 11 years ago - Apr 03, 2005
The surgical staff tries to be optimistic as a young woman clings to life after a brutal attack. Meanwhile Meredith puts her career on the line to save a newborn in the hospital nursery, and the other interns learn that it takes more than just medical knowledge to be good at their jobs.
Having code team staffed,
having the trauma pages answered,
I'm from New York. I'm genetically
engineered to dislike everywhere,
[Woman] 25-year-old female found
down at the park. Status: Post-trauma.
[Derek] Is she 5'2", 100 pounds?
She's breathing after what this guy did?
Oh, my God.
It's, uh, glass half full.
I'll find, um...
Does anybody here speak Chinese?
It's a cooler.
- [Meredith clears throat]
- [Pager beeping]
So, you asked Shepherd
to come to Grace, huh?
I mean, how are we supposed
to get any OR time
- We're not amputating your leg.
She just moved
to Seattle three weeks ago.
that and carrying around a penis
The digestive juices
didn't leave much of the flesh.
You do only exactly
as much as is necessary.
I had to send my Chinese lady away.
I hate being an intern.
- He's adorable.
Are you messing with my intern, Dr. Kay?
- I don't have all day.
- You're a busy man.
- It fall.
- You speak English.
Three, four, five. Breathe.
I'm going to need to check the wound
and remove the stitches.
I really did think
I was right, you know?
And she's got nobody.
If she ever wakes up.
So here is where you have the signature,
and down here, the initials.
- Yes, sir?
Aired 11 years ago - Mar 27, 2005
Meet Meredith Grey. Daughter of famous surgeon Ellis Grey and currently recovering from a one-night stand. She shoos away her evening's companion, saying she'll be late for her first day of work. She is a first year intern at Seattle Grace Hospital
and is working alongside some colorful characters. Cristina Yang is a highly competitive Stanford graduate who befriends Meredith. George O'Malley is a quirky warm hearted man who learns a lesson or two on his first day. Izzie Stevens is a former model who doesn't get any special treatment on her first day. And Alex Karev is an arrogant jerk who misdiagnoses a patient on his first shift. Overseeing them is Miranda Bailey, (not-so-) affectionately dubbed 'The Nazi'. Meredith also gets a surprise when she realizes that her friend from the night before is a co-worker, and even worse, her boss.
Uh, we met at the mixer. You had on a black dress with a slit up the side, strappy sandals...
Rule number one -- don't bother sucking up. I already hate you. That's not gonna change.
You said five rules. That was only four.
A large-bore I.V. Don't let the blood hemolyze. Let's go!
I wish I could, but I'm a healer.
The nazi's a resident. I have attendings hating me.
It's posted, but I thought I'd share the good news personally.
I get it, I respect it, but George O'malley's a puppy.
I was drunk, vulnerable, and good-looking, and you took advantage.
He's gonna faint. He's a fainter.
Today. Pull your balalls out of your back pocket. Let's go.
How many times do we have to go through this, George? 5, 10?
Can you call someone?
Well, you know what that means.
Next time you wake me, he better be so close to dead, there's a tag on his toe.
- You paged Dr. Shepherd?
- I just told you.
I don't have an answer for you.
There are some risks.
I don't care.
I know you're tired. You're busy. You got more work than you can possibly handle.
You can't comment, make a face, or react in any way.
She's just never gonna get the chance to turn into a person.
She has no headaches, no neck pain, her C.T. is clean.
Love to stay and kiss your asses, but I got to tell Katie's parents she's having surgery.
You never promise a patient's family a good outcome!
Don't come to me for absolution. You want to be a shark, be a shark.
You shouldn't let the fact that we had sex get in the way of you taking your shot.
- Uh, yes.
- From your head, not from a book.