Aired 10 years ago - May 15, 2006
This episode is the second part of a two-hour season finale. Richard tries to get information from Addison about a family member's condition. Callie and George have a talk about his feelings. Meredith and Derek have a talk about Doc.
Can we have sparkly lights?
I have a regular heartbeat.
for five years,
and they had,like,purple lights--
lied to the chief of surgery and made me,
I went to college on a wrestling scholarship.
because it's your freakin' team.
I wouldn't have gotten involved,
For a long time,I made a career from my looks,
You can want to very much.
And I know beyond a shadow of a doubt
because it was the right thing to do.
Can we just do this one thing together without arguing?
We can't throw him away like he's garbage.
Uh,at home with the baby.
this whole thing is bringing back very traumatic memories of being a band geek with braces
you--you just have to give me some time to mean it.
hot and... claustrophobic.
And I like finn,
he doesn't want you to do this to yourself.
Aired 10 years ago - May 15, 2006
Denny needs a heart or else. Izzie and George go crazy trying to get him one. Derek has the life of a friend in his hands as he operates on Burke who has been shot. Burke cannot operate on Denny after Denny's heart stopped and now Denny is in a dire condition. Cristina gets put in charge of the ER and she is worried about Burke.
- He's a lost cause.
you... to... to go...
Why didn't I take the internship in San
Diego? None of this would be happening.
Do you think I want to hear that?
[Richard] We'll have to do an angiogram.
You've been feeling sick for a month?
His left ventricle's shot
and he's barely pushing blood out.
That heart is not yours. Seattle Grace
is still waiting for test results.
And I could...
Iose function of the entire arm.
- Not now, Addison.
I can't. I have to pump his heart.
Here are the labs.
In the few hours it would take a new
LVAD to be delivered, he'll be dead.
It is a time-out. What we did
is way in need of a time-out.
Come on, come on, come on, come on.
I'm sorry. I didn't...
- You're welcome.
- We can handle this.
- And Addison having that meltdown?
- No, I'm not.
- Yeah, you're swirly and twitchy.
Everybody looked like ghouls.
Oh, no, no.
You don't get to look at me like that.
You were that kid in high school?
I played baseball, some basketball.
But we'll go with football.
- is fuzzy.
- That's besides the point.
- I'm not being arrogant. It's just...
Hold on. It's her turn.
- Leave me alone.
# Where do I begin?
Spent my whole career in this hospital.
Aired 10 years ago - May 14, 2006
George and Derek work together, Denny still doesn't have a heart, and Meredith gets paired with Callie. A 12-week pregnant girl dies in the O.R. and her parents try to keep the baby alive. This causes tension between Derek and Addison. One doctor's overreaction unites two bickering patients. Finn is still treating Doc for medical problems.
Let's irrigate the wound and get them
to X-ray and order a tet-tox for both.
Rule out other injuries
then get him up to Radiology.
Hey, Chaz. Larry. No offense, but you
guys got to think quicker on your feet.
I could stay. We could send Bailey.
Whoo! See you later, Yang. Whoo!
The answer is no, Stevens.
All right. Fine.
You can inform him the heart's coming.
When I told you about management,
you should've listened.
I'm saving up to go back to school.
I need the job.
You... are getting a heart...
I'm... I'm sorry... I'm tired.
They pass you over for surgery or duck
behind you when someone's shooting.
Dr. Hahn here graduated second in
our class at Johns Hopkins, Dr. Karev.
- What happened to my donor?
- He went into v-fib.
that you share with your precious
McDreamy? Yeah, I... I know about him.
Uh... hours ago.
and then again in the elevator...
Then take him off the drip
and put him on dopamine. Now!
As far as we can tell, the baby's fine,
but... that's not the point.
Uh, I'm happy for you
that you're not feeling much pain
and he's standing there
talking about putting the dog down.
- He'll get the next heart, lz.
- No! He needs to get this heart!
- What's all that?
- Heart stuff.
In order for you to get the heart, you
would have to get worse. Much worse.
Well, you may not want it.
His angiogram shows 30%% % LAD.
This has gone on long enough.
I'm calling a nurse.
OK? Please! OK?
I can't do this if you don't.
You were devastated when I met you.
When I get confirmatory tests and labs
to raise Denny's UNOS status,
However, given this unusual situation
and out of respect to Dr. Hahn,
and I know the terrible grief
you must be going through,
She can't regulate body temperature,
Or I don't know...
ignore me in an elevator?
She's not a match,
but she could save a dozen other lives.
It's the closest I could get to
mirroring what's happening to your dog.
This bullet will always remind me
to do the right thing by my Deborah.
Everybody in this hospital
has those days, Addison.
I have the crash cart, the
defibrillator, the Ambu bag, saline...
Aired 10 years ago - May 07, 2006
The staff attends to an intern from another hospital who has short-term memory loss. This intern, named Marshall, also has caused a car accident that involved a married couple, their unborn baby and the woman's parents who the staff are also
treating. The pregnant woman is named Melanie and she will die but her baby may survive. One of the female interns meets up with a woman from her past who is planning on having a family of her own. Cristina is in a good mood although Alex, Izzie, George, and Meredith are having problems but in the meantime Burke hasn't forgiven Cristina for her late night faux pas. Meredith and Izzie are making fun of Callie's household habits and George and Callie are having a fight because of George's roommates. Addison is continuing to own Alex and he's upset about it. Denny has an outburst at Izzie and Derek has an outburst at Meredith.
And sometimes the damage
is something we can't even see.
Prolonged extrication in the field.
BP 90 over 50. Pulse in the 80s.
because this hurts like the dickens!
- Dr. Bailey, another car crash victim.
- That's him! That's the guy who hit us!
[Derek] I'm going to say three words
to you, OK?
- Not cool, Yang.
- What does she mean? Captain?
- You washed your hands, right?
- Of course I washed my hands.
[woman on PA]
Dr. Stevens, Dr. Howard Stevens, 1435.
Good, you should be, because, I mean...
Um, get him to his room,
I'll get Dr. Burke.
I told you the LVAD
would buy you more time. And it will.
And his feelings about it aren't
something we should try to control.
Get me a stretcher.
Let's pull her out of there now!
We are going to do
everything we can.
Don't worry about finishing repairs.
Crisis management, just get it done.
- We're going to need a moment.
- I'm backed up here with five patients.
Poor sad sack Denny
just needs a little perspective.
- Unsalvageable, I'm afraid.
You got to take responsibility
for your actions for once in your life!
So it's a balancing act.
You know how long a baby can survive
inside its dead mother? Five minutes.
I fell asleep at a restaurant.
At a table while I was on a date.
I found Izzie.
She said she had a patient.
and I come back
burying my 22-year-old wife and baby.
Your short-term memory loss
was a result of the concussion.
So was the knitting a phase?
Who's next? Alex?
Well, still a fine line.
She may not be quite stable enough.
And it's my job to have an opinion.
It's my job to have an answer.
[Richard] Yang. Come and start
washing out the abdominal cavity.
Good. OK. OK.
Shepherd's still in surgery.
I told her to hurry.
- OK. See you.
I washed my hands. I... I went down to
the kitchen and I washed my hands.
Aired 11 years ago - Apr 30, 2006
Addison's patient is a Catholic mother of seven. Addison gets in trouble after learning that the patient's husband won't use contraceptives. Derek treats a divorce attorney who asks if Derek is in need of her services. While Izzie and George are
talking about their personal lives they "overhear" part of Derek's conversation with the divorce attorney who calls herself one of Seattle's best. Alex gets in trouble with Addison yet again for not being able to keep his mouth shut when other people think he should. A legendary jazz musician refuses to see medical reason. The musician is Burke's musical hero. Finn makes Meredith breakfast.
How about you handle Denny Duquette
for me today?
- Burke has 40 of his albums.
- No. Um, 42.
- You want to do him, do him.
- Not do him. Date him.
- How are you feeling today, Denny?
- you are currently not doing your job.
- I'm going.
Listen, one more setting, Mr. Foote.
If you pull up my medical records,
you'll find three natural child births,
So if you want to throw me off the case,
But we'll go with ''Good morning''
if it makes you feel better.
If all the normal methods have failed,
then... what are we supposed to do?
I'm busy doctoring, Dr. Stevens.
No time for chitchat.
But I remember picking it up.
I'd like you to be the one to operate,
OK, what if it were you?
I've got 20 tubes coming out of my body,
It would concern me
if you were making medical decisions
- Good. Maybe you're not so stupid.
Well, I'm not seizing. But I am having
an acid flashback. Does that count?
If he found out, what? I mean, he won't
divorce you. He doesn't believe in it.
How's Denny doing? Bailey's not
caving in on the LVAD thing, is she?
Can you hand me the Bovie, Dr. Karev?
Rose, before we bring
your family in to see you,
She is our patient.
Our obligation is to her and her only.
You're not the dirty ex-mistress.
She's your friend. I'm your friend.
OK, good. So, caffeine's for seizures.
What's the doughnuts for?
This is fun. Yeah, right? You know?
- [continuous beep]
- [Burke] We got to tamponade.
Oh, my God! You knew the risks!
Everything looks good, Denny.
''You probably shouldn't
come and see me anymore,''
- in front of my patient and intern?
- I'm not punishing you, Dr. Bailey.
I am. But I'm also dating.
Mr. Ward has been speaking with our
attorney regarding his wife's surgery.
or are all the bigger problems
causing the bad sex?
You could come up to my place,
take off all your clothes,
If you choose door number one,
I absolutely will not have sex with you.
What he meant is,
nothing comes without a price.
It's what your best-dressed LVAD
patients are wearing these days.
But I was the best.
Aired 11 years ago - Apr 02, 2006
Meredith and Izzie take up knitting. Derek operates on Andrew, a spelling bee champ with a serious head injury. Bailey gets in on Andrew's surgery because she's worried that her coworkers won't recognize her Nazi-status now that she's a mother.
Addison's patient has an unborn baby with medical issues. After Alex fails to bite his tongue when a terminal patient routinely lies to her daughter about her health he gets a lesson in bedside manners from Burke. George also begins to overstay his welcome at Burke's apartment after Callie visits him. Meredith has more confusing and uncomfortable encounters with members of her family. One of the female doctors meets a veterinarian named Finn. Izzie flirts with Denny and they play more naughty-Scrabble. Meredith, Derek, and Addison sarcastically take another small stab at their friendships.
And there are those of us
who love to play... a little too much,
- Blond Ambition tour!
And so what if I am? The point of games
is that there's a winner. A first place.
Definitely excise the endobronchial mets
for symptomatic palliation.
- No, Addison. He's a dog.
We'll insert a scope into your uterus
I have not begun to freak out.
which will help with your breathing,
but... it's not a cure.
[TV] After trailing by ten at the half,
the offense stepped up,
I could cut it for you,
if we still lived together.
Let me tell you something.
Right. OK. What about, uh, girls?
Do you have any girlfriends?
Uh, let's see. Oh, right!
Seems I'm a little rusty
on my bead transfer and rope pass.
- What's wrong with fibromyalgia?
- Uh, do you mind if I, um?
- No, it's fine.
You know how dads can be.
Mine's pretty overprotective.
I'm sorry, honey,
but it's going to be a few days.
and smell her head and know that your
only job in the world is to protect her.
And you don't get to take that away
from me and call it a lesson, sir.
and I knew not to plan on
seeing her at all that day.
You know, I have a son, too.
[Chuckles] Um, she... she came
to see me a couple of weeks ago.
but... it's... it's like you feel warm.
I think she left already.
And I saw my father which was, uh...
This might sound random,
but wear underwear with pantyhose.
and where to send it to school
So, how... I was watching you
and... and you didn't even need the...
- Um, hey.
Aired 11 years ago - Mar 19, 2006
After a series of deaths at the hospital some of the staff become very superstitious. Izzie worries about Denny and gets confronted by Alex. A patient with OCD drives Cristina crazy. Derek and Addison discuss their relationships with Meredith.
Richard treats a friend from 17 years ago who reveals a secret about a dark time in his past that involves Ellis. George gets an earful about the women he's not talking to. Burke and Cristina argue about kicking George out.
Four surgeries, four deaths,
we could all use a little good juju.
And you and I are married. So then,
by proxy, Meredith and I are friends.
And what have
the surgeons' reasons been?
- He's my patient.
- He's both your patient. Answer it.
Nikki Ratlin, 30, erratic BP
in the field. Chest and leg pain.
where the bolt
entered and exited the body.
And I'm not liking that look.
- Thought you were being friends.
- I am. With him.
- I... I was... I mean, I am.
- Too late.
but I was sort of up in the tree
when the lightning hit.
- Let me know when you get a CT.
So you kick Bambi out
and you get your cap back.
- You must be proud of her.
You're having an affair with the woman
who drove you to your alcoholic bottom.
She wasn't standing under it.
She was climbing it.
horses are a great judge of character.
A little bit all my life, but it's been
out of control the last three years.
Find a penny, pick it up,
all day long you'll have good luck.
But you weren't struck by lightning.
Which is going to be hard on her.
Because of the clarinet playing and the
running and all the breakfast food.
I don't know why you'd care.
You're sleeping with Alex, right?
and the wisdom to know the difference.
Hey, Dr. Torres.
I know. You're right.
Both of you.
Let's have some fun.
I don't want an operation.
- We're losing him.
I'm going to inform the family.
Man, you got laid, it went badly.
- I thought you wanted him out.
- I do. But... not tonight.
Aired 11 years ago - Mar 12, 2006
The doctors are up to their necks in their usual levels of drama. Meredith is dealing with the backlash of sleeping with George, George and Burke are bonding in ways that bother and creep out Cristina, Cristina gets stuck on diaper duty, Bailey gets
involved in a case even though she's still supposed to be on maternity leave, Addison and Derek have a talk, and Izzie is still flaking on Alex for Denny Duquette, the heart patient who didn't get a heart. In the patients-of-the-week department we've got a very pregnant woman, a hockey player who desires medically unnessasary amputation, and a woman with a fork in her neck who happens to be dying and has a struggling marriage.
Aired 11 years ago - Feb 26, 2006
Meredith and George are experiencing morning-after tension at home and at work and it has the rest of the doctors wondering what's up. Derek and Addison are experiencing their own version of morning-after tension as a result of Mark's visit to
Seattle. Bailey, returning the favor that was done for her during the Code Black situation, must treat Addison for a specific feminine problem. Izzie and Alex are making headway in their relationship until Denny Duquette comes back. Soon Alex is not-so-oddly jealous of the attention Izzie is showing to Denny. Someone finds comfort in confiding in a patient who is going through an ordeal of his own. Burke deals with a patient and gets to observe the patient's unstable relationship with his fiancée.
- Oh, you know you did.
- Awesome. You are ruining my life.
A horse who's in bed
after just having a heart attack.
- No. Are you going to dish?
- No. No.
- He was hit with a baseball.
- Playing first.
How um... How are you feeling?
I did not make up a chart,
Because Bambi looks pissed
and you look guilty.
Oh, please. I don't even have to look
at you. I can feel you pouting.
Before you answer that, I want you
to know that we're getting married.
Nothing. The risks are high either way.
How can you think that
and practice medicine?
Should we sue that little brute
that hit the ball?
Transplant candidate, acute dysrhythmia
and CHF. Vitals all over the place.
You might make it to your wedding,
but you might not.
All right. How's that?
Is that ice pack helping?
OK, fill me in.
- It won't be fun.
- Maybe you oughta hold my hand then.
You have a life. You fall in love.
You make plans. You have fantasies.
Oh, I was just kidding. I mean,
it's not like I should be surprised.
You chill! You chill!
I'm not gonna chill!
- [George yells]
I'm on his.
- No, I'm single.
- Single, huh?
How? How can we be friends?
- I like the way you say fibrillation.
I'm still on maternity leave
and I still need privacy.
Mm. You do indeed have poison oak.
She tells you everything. It didn't
matter enough to her to talk about it.
you were planning to leave those out?
I don't think
he's gonna see it that way.
- What's wrong?
- Oh, nothing.
Can we please just go back
to everything the way it was?
Oh. I forgot. I'm sorry.
Who does that?
Aired 11 years ago - Feb 19, 2006
Derek and Addison's relationship is rocked to the core when a former friend comes to Seattle Grace and his presence promises to shake things up for a few members of the staff. Burke and Cristina's relationship is affected when one of her secrets is
outted. Alex and Izzie are having similar reactions to their closet scenes during the Code Black crisis. On top of this a cocky doctor shows up to piss Derek off in all kinds of ways. A patient is suffering from constant orgasms and her condition sparks interesting conversations among the staff. George is trying to figure out how to get Meredith to see him as more than just a housemate. Another patient, that Derek is treating, is dealing with a rare disorder and needs his parents support and understanding. Burke has a patient who inspires him to talk to Meredith and Cristina about doing what they say they will. Meanwhile, Meredith learns more about her family (in fact maybe more than she may have wanted to know) through her parents.
- You have dirty in your eyes.
- You have dirty in your eyes.
He's been admitted
for radical en-bloc resection.
- George, would you just talk to her?
- Who? What?
Now I want you to look
right here for me. Thank you.
Confounded by all the rain
and it's only my first day in town.
What the hell was that?
But he sees me
so much as talking to you,
McSexy wants an X-ray
to check for fractures
- and you don't really need it as much.
- Yeah, that doesn't happen to guys.
I've never done well
with odds like that.
And I never would
have stopped loving you
Pamela, can you tell me how long
this has been happening to you?
What kind of human being
does that to his brother?
Wouldn't you rather
they remember you that way?
You get that that I'm jailbait, right?
Dr. Yang, book an OR, please.
Hey! Wait, wait, wait! Wait!
Oh! Oh, no.
Somehow I lost my best friend
and the woman I loved.
- That's not helping the beast sleep.
- No. No, it's not.
to everyone he's ever met.
Like in bed or even in private.
Maybe not Joe's.
Maybe some place where we can talk?
I am a person that cooks well.
She doesn't hear me.
Meredith came to see me today.
Aired 11 years ago - Feb 12, 2006
Derek is still operating when he finds out about Meredith's current situation. Meredith is freaking out about her situation. Webber and Bailey are dealing with medical health issues. Cristina and Izzie have their own issues to deal with because of
Meredith's situation. Addison freaks out when George tries to find a solution to Bailey's impromtu postponement. Overall, Seattle Grace Hospital is still under code black and the situation is getting worse.
I don't want to be the guy
that kills us all.
- Do you have the smell thing? I have...
- Shut up!
I'm guessing you need a little company.
- You really want me to calm down?
- OK, don't calm down.
- I'd have to say that it is.
- Good, because I'm very competitive.
- Dr. Bailey...
- Then get out!
Which means he could die.
I'm right here.
And we're good to go.
Like I'm going to freak out any minute.
And that's just crazy, right?
Wait. I can't wiggle my fingers
because we can't shift the ammo,
You want me to declare Miranda Bailey,
Miranda... Bailey, incompetent?
than standing here asking me
the world's stupidest questions!
I... I think I fell.
- What are you doing?
- Dr. Burke told you to leave.
Cristina, I have my hand on a bomb,
I'm freaking out.
- I ran away.
Who's going to tell him?
Let's have this baby.
- Do I have a choice?
- You have to be ready.
Come on, come on.
You can't do this, Tucker!
William George Bailey Jones.
which is pathetic, but...
Aired 11 years ago - Feb 05, 2006
An explosive case arrives at the O.R. that might endanger all the lives of the people working there, which leads Dr. Burke to declare a "Code Black" for the hospital. Bailey worries where her husband is as she is in labor. Also Izzie and Alex may be creating some heat.
Plus my conditioner stopped working
and I think I have brittle bones.
- Quiet board.
- I know.
I don't think so.
Which surgeon are we
having to suck up to today?
O'Malley, page Addison Shepherd.
Stevens, get a wheelchair.
- I get... I'm not crazy. I had a thing.
- She gets to stay?
- She has her hand inside my patient.
Good. OK. Now, can you tell me
exactly what happened to your husband?
Pretty amazing, right?
The miracle of life.
Six centimeters dilated,
50 per cent effaced,
I mean it.
OK, we'll answer your phone.
Dr. Stevens, answer his phone.
But I'm good.
Is this OK? Me being in here like this?
Got into a car accident
trying to get to the hospital.
You're... Shepherd, right?
You mean the shock part?
It was shocking. I'm shocked.
What happened is my husband
and his moron best friend...
- He shot himself with the bazooka?
OK. On the count of three. One...
Don't move your hand.
Just tell me what you feel.
Walk, do not run.
OK, OK, OK.
- Evacuate? Did they say why?
- Your pager said, "Code Black".
There is no danger
to the north, south and west wings.
Dylan Young, bomb squad. Check
the area, then we'll secure the patient.
Bailey's husband almost died
coming to see his kid get born.
The chief of surgery has authorized
me to tell you you cannot stay.
the next, you're... bloody rain.
- I honestly don't know.
- But you're gonna try to save him?
I mean, this is it.
That device is homemade which means
it's unstable and unreliable.
Aired 11 years ago - Jan 29, 2006
All the nurses at Seattle Grace Hospital go on strike, leaving the doctors to fend for themselves. George refuses to cross the picket line and finally joins the nurses on their strike while Alex, Cristina, Izzie and Meredith meets Bailey's stand-in:
Dr. Cindy Aaron, the complete opposite of Miranda Bailey. Izzie agrees to work on a difficult pregnancy case with Addison, while Cristina and Alex are in the pit attending to a young married woman with a real bad case of rash. Meredith happens on an old woman that she needs to intubate and then learns she was DNR.
Then I thought, "Maybe my interns
are looking for me too."
Standing up for what he believes in,
that's my kind of girl. Right?
I'm sure he'll be back any moment.
That's three hours away.
It'd mean the infection's aggressive.
We'd have to do a muscle biopsy.
- I'm not. He's a doctor.
- Go ahead. Just ask him.
Cristina, it looks like someone
needs to learn how to share.
- She put a tube in Grace?
- She put a tube in Grace?
- May she rest in peace.
- Influenza. Or croup.
Mm-hm. Which thanks to you,
she can't reach now.
but she pulls the allergy sticker
off her chart.
We might be able
to keep it functional.
You may be able to take
her home this week.
Bought a crib, called about child care,
looked into assistance?
She's young, healthy, a newlywed.
Because the new resident,
um, she's the new Bailey...
on her list of priorities,
but a little bone-saw action,
- That's Alice. Call Alice.
- Grace's daughter.
I can do for you?
- Where're you going?
- I have to...
Bring..."Oh, bring it on."
OK, mama! Let's bring it on!
But I'm not her mom.
you won't be coming home
and reading her Shakespeare.
- Got it.
- I need sutures in 2602.
Sure. Um... come with me, please.
- I'm sorry.
- You're not. You're superior.
So I'm going to give her a sedative,
which will ease her discomfort.
- I'm not used to being wrong.
- I know. But you're an intern.
May she rest in peace.
if I give her away,
do I still get to name her?
Aired 11 years ago - Jan 22, 2006
Meredith and Cristina lie to each other and themselves about their relationships with McDreamy and Burke, respectively. George is given a hard task to expel a discharged and defiant woman from the hospital. Alex learns his fate after re-taking his
medical exams. At the same time Izzie is trying to stop Alex from making stupid decisions when a patient that doesn't speak English is lied to by her coach. George, Cristina, and Alex compete in a hot dog eating competition.
You can sew them back on, right?
This is not that big a deal, right?
# There's no sun up in the sky...
You can see it in the eye.
And the swagger.
She's converting her den
into my bedroom.
- She's an athlete?
- Yumi is a competitive eater.
Schedule an esophagogram.
I know the mild-concerned tone.
I've used it myself from time to time.
The favor's not for me, Stevens.
You know that.
It's good to see you so happy.
Run a tox screen.
But Naomi doesn't strike me as a liar.
Barely back on her feet and you've
got her calling you McDreamy again.
Can't we just keep her here until her
room at her daughter's house is ready?
Honey, my uterus
hasn't been an issue for 30 years.
[# Mike Tarantino: Wienermobile Girl]
# You wanna be me, but you can't be me
[Sophie] # I'm lonely all the time...
- There are people who don't lie.
The guy who drove her to get a dog
because her boyfriend lied...
- He's got a combover
I'm supposed to go to dinner
at your fake apartment
In order to test you, Mrs. Larson,
we have to do a spinal tap.
- On her second bolus of saline.
- Let's get her to the OR.
[Bailey gasps, groans]
Jeffery wanted to give me the results of
the extensive blood work that I ordered.
- When did Mrs. Cline develop asthma?
- After the first surgery. Why?
If all goes well,
Naomi goes back to normal.
[Derek] Do you have any sensation
in your left arm at all?
Fine. Where is she now?
Sophie, your daughter was just here.
- [Richard] What's going on?
- I tried, but you wouldn't listen.
I mean, I'm not.
And I know that your life has been
admittedly pretty unpleasant these days.
Aired 11 years ago - Jan 15, 2006
Cristina is bothered by a new year's mandatory work limit. Izzie patient, Denny Duquette, wants two things: 1. a heart transplant, 2. Izzie. Addison detests Derek's trailer, Derek visits Meredith's mom, George treats a young teen hermaphrodite
frustrated by her pre-pubescence. Other news includes patients doing uncanny things and relationship havoc being wrecked between the doctors, as per usual.
[Meredith] It's hard to resist
the chance at a new beginning,
Our nurses are gonna have to work extra
hours to compensate, so treat them well.
- Has he been called?
- [Richard] Got here ten minutes ago.
Trying to get some action
when he's practically a corpse.
What are you drawing?
Mr. Paskowitz. We've located
the source of your abdominal pain.
- Suffering for his art.
You... were trying to
make your breasts grow?
- I have a dog.
- You have a dog?
That guy could sweat.
And I, Mauer Paskowitz,
You sound like my shrink.
- You think so?
- Yeah, I know so.
I'll take my chances with Hilde.
I can do girl-on-girl.
the enlarged failing heart
and the dependency to IV meds.
Find the psychiatrist,
if they're available.
This is not gonna be
easy for Bex to hear,
Sprouting from my fingers and toes
Well, not me.
And not another heart, a better heart.
I'm getting a new heart.
We know "fixed"
isn't the right word but...
There is a clinical trial
to study early-onset Alzheimer's.
- [Nurse] Dr. Bailey?
- Thanks. Dr. Burke?
you'll be in there with us, right?
[Richard] See the little white line
He needs a plan B.
this is really freaking me out.
it's not compressing an ovary.
You engineered that conversation.
Forced our hand.
Weeds whacked weeds.
lack of coordination
and did I mention the crazy talk?
What's happening with our heart?
but it may give her more good days.
My point is we all have setbacks, Mauer.
But I'm a doctor, and you're a writer.
I took pause.
You do what you can,
when you can, while you can.
- George, do I have to be a boy now?
- Hey. He's leaving?
- Didn't get the heart.
Aired 11 years ago - Dec 11, 2005
The holiday season has started but not everyone is in a festive mood. This is Alex's last day in the hospital unless he passes his boards practical exam the next day, thus everyone helps him to review so that he succeeds. However, Izzie is not happy
about the others helping him and Meredith has to remind her of the true spirit of the Christmas holiday. Justin is in need of a new heart. One is available but he does not want it because he does not believe Santa gave it to him as his mother said. Cristina and Burke, both handling Justin's case, have opposing views on the matter due to their different stances on religion. Despite a reconciliation with his wife, Derek isn't in a festive mood. George has a simple case of a woman who has a bleeding ulcer, he realizes that the ulcer is caused by her entourage but fails to keep them away, with the consequence that it perforates.
He'll probably be fine.
He's always been a little hard-headed.
Lot of good it's done.
She's been scheduled for three days.
You can expect all sorts of holiday
idiocy so that is my gift to you.
Oh, no, Burke, seriously,
- Anxiety attacks, aneurysms and ulcers.
- [Bailey] Must be December.
Three weeks post-op.
Reported pain when we found him.
- A gastric perforation just came in.
My mother's a liar. You heard.
She said the heart came from Santa.
- You remember Dr. Shepherd?
- [Derek] Should we talk more privately?
And if Justin really doesn't want
this heart, his body will reject it.
I wouldn't be surprised
if that's why you failed.
I make one mistake with this scalpel
and this man's dead.
I think it's sweet.
or you can pass your test
and be a doctor. Up to you.
- They can't operate until tomorrow!
This... is an exam. Pads.
It's OK, guys, Daddy's OK.
the CT might have missed something.
That's what you said last year,
and the year before that.
- [Meredith] Do you need...
- Just... I need a minute, Grey.
Plus, I got all these sick break outs,
The acne was just the teenager thing.
Izzie, would you wait?
Why does everybody care
what kind of time Alex is having?
Somebody get in here. Doctor! Now!
- can have a delayed presentation.
- Right. You wanna get him out of there?
Everything's fine, we're fine, Addie.
I'll see you at home. OK?
but the important thing right now
is that we stop the bleeding.
[Man] Justin, you don't have to feel
guilty about having a new heart.
So, for the last two years,
He's in V-Fib.
Charge the paddles to 100.
The way you're feeling right now,
[# The Leevees: Latke Clan]
Because it's what Jesus
would freaking do!
With the heart you had, you should have
died two weeks after you were born.
"Thank God" is right, because we're
certainly not going to thank you.
I'm not saying this because
you threatened to sue Dr. Bailey
You didn't hurt me.
I don't even know you. I'm a farmer.
I'm not saying this to hurt you
Aired 11 years ago - Dec 04, 2005
Cristina Yang has little sympathy for Constance Ferguson (special guest star Rosanna Arquette), a prison inmate who jeopardizes her health just to get out of solitary confinement. Meanwhile the interns all keep careful watch on the family of
premature quintuplets with a variety of serious health challenges, Izzie's anger at Alex reaches boiling point, and Dr. Addison Shepherd decides to teach Izzie a very painful lesson.
Our house in the Hamptons had trees.
Mother Nature hasn't come up
with anything yet I haven't loved.
- Just put me back on this case, please.
- There's not much of a case left.
We pushed in
as much of the bowel as we could
but we'll keep her in the Isolette
until she reaches four pounds.
These are preemies. They should have
spent another eight weeks in the womb.
[Bailey] Ms. Ferguson,
are you experiencing any discomfort?
- Her lung collapsed?
- And I know it sounds scary,
- Thank you.
who else should I blame?
How you doing, you?
You know, I'm having a baby too.
- What's the big deal?
- You swallowed four blades.
The one thing we haven't done is given
you a chance to be with your daughters.
- Just not getting enough blood flow.
- [Addison] Damn.
[Addison] Intubate and give surfactant.
Well, she was seriously deranged.
I had no idea Alex was seeing Izzie.
That's not what you're upset about.
Well, nobody's talking to me
so it makes it kind of easy, right?
I'm trying to find
anything I can to help.
Why did you kill three people?
- She does know.
- You, Meredith Grey?
But it made you a better surgeon,
- She better be alive when I get back.
- How's her BP doing?
- Still low. Last systolic was 52.
I was there. All I ever am is there for
you guys, and the one time I need you...
They're not dying.
They're trying to live.
- And I like my new nose.
- Your wife will like it, too.
Do you like this Meredith?
She's already coded three times.
You page Dr. Shepherd?
You put me in charge.
I fell asleep. I killed that baby.
it was fancier when he said it,
Aired 11 years ago - Nov 27, 2005
Dorie Russell is waiting for quintuplets, all 5 girls. Her husband seems more concerned than she is but she is set to bring her babies to their term of 36 weeks. All the departments are on call for the quintuplets as three of them have developped
problems of different kinds. Meredith last night's stand shows up at the hospital with priapism and they need to call Derek Sheperd for a consult which puts Meredith in a very embarassing position. Alex and Derek must take care of a patient who has a tumor inducing thirst as a side effect. On the love side, Alex and Izzie are having some slight sexual problems, while Meredith goes on adding one night stands and Cristina is thrown off course by being "keyed."
- He's new.
- And I shall name him: "Running Guy."
I mean, I just need some sex,
George, you know?
Three babies are surgical.
I'll need people from all departments.
Three percent hypertonic saline solution
IV, 300 CCs over three hours.
Ever since you and I...
It won't go away.
This one up here, this is Charlotte.
We were just bringing him up here
because he's got this problem.
All right. Grey, start his workup.
Dorie, this is Dr. Shepherd,
he's our head of neurosurgery.
I can't do it.
- I want you to say when I can leave.
- A Rathke's cleft cyst.
I mean, you meet someone in a bar,
you have a few drinks, a few laughs,
Minimal disclosure, that's my policy.
So how do you break a guy's penis?
and problematic penises
is not what you want.
Your placenta is laying low.
We'll keep an eye on that.
How is he?
Why's he talking?
Dr. Burke wanted to talk
about Emily's heart surgery.
- know about your problems.
- I'm a hotshot doctor.
But I can't always be the one
that takes the step.
Open the door!
Don't tell her about the tumor. I don't
want to scare her. She'll be flying.
Still think living together
is a good idea?
My one-night stand
is a neurosurgical case.
500cc over four hours.
"Eventually" feels a lot different
Dorie, the OR is prepped
and ready to go. Where's Tom?
So Dr. Shepherd removed the tumor
without any complications.
Aired 11 years ago - Nov 20, 2005
It's Thanksgiving at Seattle Grace Hospital but the holiday's festivites are less than in order. Meredith and Derek try to counsel a family after their relative has had a seriously traumatic accident.
I know how to have a
life outside this hospital.
Like I said,
the stupidity of the human race.
Insurance says he has
to be checked out.
Or the fact that Shepherd is
there's no mass,no fracture.
You'll be the one to
shoot the turkey today.
your father will be
awake in a few hours.
and the attending
asks us questions
all supportive and optimistic.
What do you do?
I can operate.
I don't see it.
I just like Thanksgiving,
Dad you did.
But,damn it,we don't treat
you like you're stupid.
Oh,I mean,that's really something.
They're not coming.
Hurting me back,
Aired 11 years ago - Nov 13, 2005
Meredith tries to avoid the Shepherds. Cristina and Burke go out on a date and end up getting caught up in their jobs. Derek asks Meredith not to ignore him until Addison comes walking around the corner.
and go to sleep in a mausoleum...
Obvious open tib/fib fracture,
but otherwise OK.
But she hasn't been able
to keep anything down since yesterday.
Derek! I've been looking for you!
I've talked to the genetic counselor.
I've been to my gynecologist.
- Your aorta should be totally severed.
- George, enough.
Let's just take a step back. All right,
take a deep breath and think about this.
- See the ring?
- Don't go to the ring.
OK, I got it. Hold still, it's going
to take a second for the tube to fill.
I have a zit on my forehead
and I am beginning to look how I feel.
They do excellent implants these days.
I know. I bought them.
But which one is right?
Except when you chop off a hand,
you don't kill your sex drive,
[Bailey] That's right. Wait a minute.
What do you see?
The cancer appears to be advanced.
I don't want her to be afraid before
she dies. She doesn't need to know.
You jumped, didn't you?
[Weiss] We had a future.
You know, we had plans.
- You left her.
- That was different.
That won't be necessary.
What is a nice, oaky Chardonnay?
Was. Past tense.
We're a private hospital
with extensive resources.
But then I think,
is that why Weiss married me?
I'd look at you in a skirt. Short.
Maybe something schoolgirl? Pleated.
and my skin had aged ten years
and my sex drive had dried up,
I bet you she went up to New Hampshire.
That's where she's from.
There's no way of knowing beforehand,
or of controlling it.
- What about his palate?
- The definition of high arched.
You're gifted, and you're ungrateful.
And that's all I'm saying.
They say if you ride a gondola
under the Bridge of Sighs,
We're going to Venice.
double bilateral mastectomy.
You should get some sleep, sober up
so you're ready for Savvy's surgery.
No. I didn't tell her.
You mean the pigeons
aren't going to come?
Sav, as your doctor
you know I'm 100%% % on your side.
And that if I did,
we'd be together forever,
Aired 11 years ago - Nov 06, 2005
Cristina, Izzie and Meredith take care of Shane, a man who appears to be crazy and claims that he is pregnant. Shane's case induces a spreading fascination among the staff. George relates to a patient's husband.
Oh, I don't know either. Just don't.
No, because you were Iate for rounds.
Now, you can either waIk away,
you know, guiIt-free.
My doctor just kept teIIing me
I was gaining weight with my wife.
OK, where's his chart?
[man] Maybe we shouId revisit it?
NicoIe. She thinks you're cute.
I'II check back a IittIe Iater.
- PIease, Iook at his abdomen.
- It's a maIe hystericaI pregnancy.
- Hey, whose pager is that?
- Mine. But I found him.
- Date. Get married.
- These Iabs are taking a Iong time.
- He didn't know that I knew...
- Stop taIking.
- I'm home-schooIed by my parents.
- That expIains a Iot.
Who toId you? BaiIey?
- WeII, O'MaIIey knows. Why not BaiIey?
- So you didn't teII her?
[BaiIey] Labs show eIevated HCG IeveIs.
- I know what that's Iike.
- [Cristina] What did I miss?
OK. Is there anything
that you Iike about me anymore?
I'm not a kid. I'm 1 8.
Look at that. A perfectIy exposed,
partiaIIy numb beating heart.
And I get it, I even deserve it,
[Addison] He wants me to move here,
Richard. To pick up everything and move.
Come on, Iook, you can't do this.
You don't have the right. Not anymore.
You can't cheat your first kiss, NicoIe.
[Mr. GriswoId Iaughs]
Mr. GriswoId, I know this is an
emotionaI time for you.
It was a high-pressure situation today
and you were on top of it.
I aIways thought I'd hoId your hand
in the deIivery room.
I just... don't.
because I am ready
to handIe things for myseIf.
I've given it a Iot of consideration.
And I've decided to move to SeattIe.
Aired 11 years ago - Oct 30, 2005
Train Wreck victims come to Seattle Grace and all staff gets called in. Everyone deals with really weird cases. Except Addison and Izzie. They work with a woman who is pregnant.
- Izzie, go.
- Yes. Have a nice nap.
Pressure dressings applied,
two large-bore IVs started.
[Meredith] OK, so my point actually,
and I do have one,
They're never gonna fit into CT.
We're gonna be flying blind.
- Move them extremely carefully.
Besides, if I'm not going home,
nobody's going home.
- Hey. Excuse me. Where you going?
- I'm taking your friend for an X-ray.
Bad mood? Good mood?
"Yay, my husband picked me" mood?
We do this right,
he'll have full use of his leg.
- Yes, sir, I... But...
- But what?
So how do you choose?
How do you decide who gets to live?
- I didn't bring in an amputee.
- OK, well, one of you did and it's...
Some redneck tried to outrun the train,
then they give us this boy doctor.
I think I'm strung out on the scalpel.
- I couldn't stop her.
- She was on the train?
You're a cute doctor. Cute doctors
get to call me by my first name.
- [Man] Dr. Shepherd, is it?
- Yes, it is.
But from that angle,
it just can't have missed the aorta.
[Yvonne] Hello? Yeah, we're still here,
I know I don't have much experience
with this kind of thing,
O'Malley plugs a hole with his finger
and he's a hero.
[Bonnie] Dr. Shepherd.
Once removed, the organs will shift.
It's not right.
but if... if he had to see me,
talk to me like this...
It says that in the case of death
or permanent vegetative state,
- So we got a sperm donor...
- The same donor?
- She was bleeding internally.
- She didn't say anything.
I'm gonna check your cervix now.
I know. I know.
O'Malley, you hold the pole in place.
- [Bailey] We'll need more blood.
[Meredith] What about her?
We can't just abandon her!
Wait, what is it that you guys call him?
Aired 11 years ago - Oct 23, 2005
Cristina goes right back to working right after being discharged. Izzie isn't talking to Alex. Derek and Meredith treat a patient. George and Alex get stuck in an elevator.
Aired 11 years ago - Oct 16, 2005
As Cristina tries to recover, she proves to be a very difficult patient, and a visit from her mother doesn't improve her demeanor any. And Meredith's mother, Dr. Ellis Grey, has the hospital staff running in circles.
- And when will that be?
- In fifteen seconds.
I keep telling her there's more to life
than surgery and career.
She's a child
and I won't have her on my team.
- I have to go.
Your lawyer said they're OK.
I haven't signed them yet.
I'm remarried. Been remarried since
Cristina was, what? About three?
- OK, we both have tonight off so...
- You are so into me.
Guy raises about 100,000 grand a year
for cystic fibrosis, running triathlons.
He doesn't like to bother them until
he's well or about to get discharged.
- And the dining room...
- Mother, give me back my toes.
A non-fat one.
- On whose orders?
And you have neither. OK, no worries.
I'll be here when you get back.
This is ridiculous! Go back to bed
and stop poaching my patients!
That, with his hypoglycemic seizures...
This isn't your area.
- You say he got shot in the head?
- He says he got shot in the head.
You want to use me, the hospital,
Fine. Take her down for an echo.
It's your territory and she's peeing all
over it. What's odd is Burke's patient.
Exactly. Where is my mother?
I'm Dr. Shepherd,
I'm your neuro consult.
- If I say no?
- There's no guarantees, Jeremiah.
It's gonna stay sweet.
- Tell me what he thinks.
- Tell him yourself. He's behind you.
And we're like an imaginary family
- to find the focus of the irregular...
- Doctors? Sorry to interrupt.
Pull back on the retractor, Dr. Karev.
A little suction.
- Hard to ventilate and no urine output.
- He's shutting down.
I didn't do this to myself.
You have to believe me. I'm sick.
[Addison] Dr. Bailey, his intestines are
cyanotic. There's no blood circulating.
Look, I don't want someone
who doesn't want me, Meredith.
I was right.
The hospital grants you four months
to retake the exam.
We don't do well with mothers here.
Why don't you leave and come back later?
Aired 11 years ago - Oct 09, 2005
Cristina and Meredith try to figure out if Cristina should tell Burke that she's pregnant right before Cristina faces an emergency. Alex and Izzie get closer while Meredith's mother gets too close.
Watching Oprah give away things on TV.
He did well overnight,
has remained afebrile.
Leave the sarcasm up to me.
Really, it doesn't suit you.
[# Psaap: Crazy in the Rocket]
[Yang] Meredith. My great-grandmother,
she died with Alzheimer's.
Oh, you mean, Ellis, the...
If a patient has a chance, which I think
she does, you have a responsibility...
What can I do for you?
- Oh, yeah, it said it on her chart.
How are her labs?
I need you to help me
do an exam on Meredith's mom.
I know, new hospital policy,
She's too far gone.
CT confirmed diverticulitis,
but a liver mass was also found.
George needs your signature.
- We're losing her.
- Can you see that?
Who's annoyingly kind
and painfully smart,
She's a patient who deserves
to have all the privacy I can give her.
You know, the way I see it,
I still think it's nuts
having major surgery
You want the ugly truth?
But, man, it isn't easy
being the one who's still around.
She deserves better from you.
Aired 11 years ago - Oct 02, 2005
There's tension between Meredith and Addison. We find out why Derek and Addison aren't together. Bailey puts George on an impossible case. The rest of the interns operate on a family that was just in a car accident.
Got two liters LR running wide open.
- Didn't want to ruin your vacation.
- You don't know what one is.
It's good to see you.
Keep him in line.
One minute everything's fine
and the next...
If the heart's still not beating,
close and call it.
You have the most beautiful features.
They're delicate. Almost porcelain.
Multiple healed fractures on clavicle
and humerus. Third and fourth rib.
from the body cavity, searching
for the balloons then cutting them out.
- I wanted one.
- I dissected them.
[Izzie] What about the donor
that's coming in?
I'm sorry about Alex.
- [Pager beeps]
This guy came in this morning with
ten Judy doll heads in his abdomen.
Bob liked his beers. His liver
started to fail a couple of years ago.
It's just... I just don't...
I don't want to pressure him.
For the family. Not for you.
I can see their little faces.
[High-pitched] "Help. Let me out."
Relieved. I was hoping
he would finally be forced to retire.
When you get counseling,
they tell you not to force it.
And he understands that, all right?
Believe me. He understands that.
Dr. Shepherd, with all due respect,
this has nothing to do with me.
- George has a little crush.
- I do not.
So, new subject.
Of course not.
- Shame. It's a real collector's item.
- [Alex] Collectible dolls. New twist.
She looks a little like you.
Get some answers.
But she's alive now.
I think they want him
to make the decision on his own.
She has a tumor
on her uh... brain stem, right?
That is not my call, Dr. Orsen.
Who gets the organs is up to UNOS.
- What did you do with yours?
- Alex! Hey!
That we somehow
could've worked it through.
[Burke] 18-year-old male, liver donor,
no malignancy or transmittable diseases.
Then, yes, Dr. Burke. I'm OK.
That's not really the problem.
- Just when the day was improving.
- You told Meredith what happened?
It wasn't easy or very pleasant.
Aired 11 years ago - Sep 25, 2005
Picks up where the last episode left off. Meredith attempts to work with Addison Shepard. George is pimped out to relay the hospital gossip back to Webber. Meredith and Cristina relate at Emerald City Bar about what dating their respective
attendings is like. Cristina ponders her relationship with Burke while trying to make a decision. Meredith is devastated by the latest blow to her love life. Meanwhile, Joe the bartender collapses.
- [Man] Hey, Joe!
- I think we should...
- No, I got him. Joe!
Basilar artery's like a balloon.
The workings of my surgical unit
don't have any...
None of those were questions.
I was pushed. And now he...
two staff meetings, and four of
Richard's surgeries, including your own.
I could've answered your question
given a chance.
As long as I'm in here, I don't know
what's happening out there.
That's not your call, Shepherd.
And for the record, I'm always sure.
How much does something like this cost?
She spiked a post-op fever.
You spent two hours with her.
You don't want to meet me in the on-call
room, and you don't want to talk to me.
No report. It's very quiet today, sir.
Alex, you gotta get me out of here, man.
Get me transferred to County Hospital.
And I'll pay you back later.
Um, vital signs stable overnight.
Today's CT shows no re-bleeding.
I'm a bad liar,
can't even lie about talking to myself.
Come on, O'Malley. Out with it.
- Are you going to?
- Look, Meredith, can we not go there?
- Meredith. Meredith...
- Don't be alarmed.
- Are my babies gonna be OK?
[Addison] Julie, we're gonna go in
I got drunk and she took...
No. We were drunk. Definitely.
You know, I'm very sweet
once you get to know me.
I gave you a shot for a reason, Preston.
Before it gets too involved.
Before it gets...
Get in here, O'Malley.
Now you can fire me, or bring me up
on disciplinary action or whatever.
And Dr. Grey will be back
to check on you a little bit later.
So I go upstairs.