Aired 9 years ago - May 20, 2010
Cristina and Meredith's surgical skills are put to the ultimate test.
(crying) hold on, okay?
Hold on. I love you.
April, come on. We're taking
derek wn to the o.R.
killed my alison.
There are only children here.
Press them to the wound and...
There are only children here.
There are only children here. There
are only children here. (ruby whimpers)
Yeah, and when-
when she smiles at you,
Does the name gary clark
mean anything to you?
Good. 'cause that would be
the worst breakup ever.
he's down here.
It's half instinct
and half improv,
This floor is clear.
I'm gonna need to
move you over to holding.
Give me some suction. No, no,
no, no, no. (suction gurgling)
We're gonna get him
on the elevator,
The elevators aren't working!
You have a plan,
right, dr. B.?
We can't get to the o.R.
Am I dying now?
You are not alone.
(voice breaking) no.
(monitor beeping rhythmically)
I'm the closest thing he has
to a daughter.
Dr. Grey, is owen dead?!
Can you do something
You tell her
I was a hot, hot catch,
You're gonna be fine.
That's what I've been try.
Come on. Are you gonna
help me or not? Let's go.
I've been looking for you.
I bought a whole bunch of it
You want some?
you don't want a drink?
You shoot me,
s.W.A.T.'s gonna get you.
I've gone to hell and back.
Aired 9 years ago - May 20, 2010
Seattle Grace Hospital is hit with a crisis like no other in its' history.
Go ask a nurse if you can find him.
while we get an OR.
And l'm starving, because l can't eat
solid food for 24 hours before surgery.
l was wondering if you could tell me
where l can find Dr. Derek Shepherd?
and Shadow Shepherd
let me do the extraction.
[Teddy] l'm looking at injuries
to the pulmonary artery and the vein.
l gave you an out, and you pursued me.
But you don't think of people
as having that much blood.
Police are almost here. l'm gonna
leave you here. You OK by yourself?
- Jason Perkins?
- Got the chart here somewhere.
- Excuse me?
- Uh... Nothing.
Nothing, just wanted to know
how long we'd be. He needs the OR.
- Axe murderer would be fun.
l'll stand in the hallway.
He'll never know l'm there.
No. No, no, no...
You can't put a bunch of sick kids
in the playroom with their beds.
Derek takes care of the kid
if you die.
l'll come back and get you
when it's clear.
l'm not exactly sure what it is,
but hospital procedure dictates
- OK. OK.
- [metal clinking]
You're doing great,
Alex, really great. Now...
OK, OK. Alex? Shh!
l tried being friends. Rising above.
Tried that and l'm over it.
Because l don't think you did.
You dismissed my dream.
You're not going anywhere.
That man is not coming back.
Um... There's... There's...
You have a huge heart, and l love
that about you. But l don't trust you.
- What, what?
- Shh, shh!
l don't know what we're gonna do.
Try not to kill me.
l let you decide that she should die.
Don't lie to me.
Aired 9 years ago - May 13, 2010
An elderly patient admitted into the E.R. for a heart condition sees a familiar face, a long lost love who happens to be in the E.R. as well for a fractured arm, and the staff find themselves caught up in their love story. Meanwhile, Karev treats a
troubled teenage patient (guest star Demi Lovato) whose parents brought her in for schizophrenia, and Meredith can't help but tell Cristina about her suspicions of Owen -- which inevitably messes with Cristina's head.
I'm a professional woman
You and Owen are thinking
of moving in together?
- Who's that?
- Nothing. I walked in on Mark
He has a couple of broken ribs and we're
waiting for the abdominal CT results.
Henry? Henry Stamm?
- a little longer for your reunion.
That sums up your entire problem.
She's on every med in the book.
But she doesn't eat, doesn't sleep.
- I can help you.
- I'm not crazy.
- it won't look like a comb-over, right?
- I will do my best.
my wife's maid of honor,
from the fall.
We have to get him in the OR soon.
I grew up with crazy, I dated crazy,
and I don't think this girl is crazy.
and quack like a duck, eventually
you start to feel like a duck.
Sixteen year old with hyperacusis,
vertigo, tinnitus, nystagmus.
- But you're with Alex.
- I know.
I don't understand.
You didn't find anything.
Hayley, honey, it's Mommy.
I'm right here.
She can be positive tomorrow.
- Warm, quiet.
- We barely know each other.
And I told you what I said this morning
because it's you and me.
- Do you think he loves her?
- You can't tell Cristina.
for a man she barely knows
and all I can think
It'll look better in a couple of weeks,
once it has a chance to heal.
Does that ever happen to you?
That you're so angry you can't breathe?
Well, try having most of your
face burned off, you stupid bitch!
and you'll know
that you are not that guy.
- She's with Karev.
- Well, Betty married Mike,
I don't know what I feel for Teddy.
It's, uh... It's Henry Stamm.
I've called a colleague
at your hospital at home.
How long do you need me
to wait before I propose?
You want to see other people.
So go. Be free.
I mean it.
Aired 9 years ago - May 06, 2010
Bailey preps the team with mandatory sensitivity training prior to admitting a 700-pound patient with compounded medical issues, and the case proves to be challenging in every sense of the word. Meanwhile Derek has to come face to face with a former
patient's husband in a wrongful death deposition, and spending time with a heart patient's daughter opens up some old wounds for Cristina.
Aired 9 years ago - Apr 29, 2010
Sloan returns to Mark's apartment, just as she's going into labor, and Teddy, Mark and the still-fighting Callie and Arizona are there to help with the birth and to get Mark through his grandson's pending adoption. Meanwhile Teddy sees Derek's
invitation to illustrious cardiothoracic surgeon Tom Evans' as a threat to her future employment at the hospital, and the team work on a crab boat captain who has been stabbed with a giant shark hook.
Um, if--if that's okay
with you. Uh--
she is a groupie.
I like her.
I don't. I, um...
But you want
Yes, it is. I have a trauma
chopper 15 minutes out
Well, whatever. It doesn't
really matter anyway.
"oh, chief shepherd,
I do hope I'm wrong."
They're not gonna know
what hit 'em. (chuckles)
What is that?
What the hell is that?
Dad, I-I don't know
Well, that's a good thing.
It means you're doing great.
Do you think you could?
and I did the exams.
I'm not gonna give you
30% attempted murder.
People change their minds.
This baby needs parents,
not an 18-year-old child
Is his dad in surgery yet?
were meant to catch sharks.
About what was right for her
Here. Oh, god.
I don't feel so good.
Because they have
the skills to handle it,
I get a very clean...
Very nice anastomosis this way.
April's not an intern.
You bat your eyes like that,
you're an intern.
I don't know if
a couple of weeks is enough.
And I... (sneezes)
Look, hook guy is tanking. He
coughed up blood or something,
I'm dr. Bailey.
I know everything.
Dr. Grey, you always shout
I don't understand.
What's tom evans doing here?
How am I supposed to call
a couple of strangers
You think that helps me
save the patient?
I like my life.
I like it the way that it is.
Where you tell me
that you talked to her
And why replacing her with evans
would be a huge mistake.
That would be... That would
be good for this hospital.
Oh, my god.
Had your car washed.
And then expect me
to give you respect.
And the house
smells like poop.
Aired 9 years ago - Apr 01, 2010
When Alex's younger brother, Aaron, shows up at Seattle Grace-Mercy West with a hernia, it's up to Alex to get Bailey's approval for his pro bono surgery. Matters are further complicated when Aaron discloses that his family has not heard from Alex
since he arrived in Seattle, and parts of Alex's past long kept secret are revealed to his friends and fellow doctors.
- So? How'd the date go with Teddy?
- l don't know if l'd call it a date.
Code for something dirty, right?
Like you eat her pound cake,
- Life-changing, earth-shattering.
There's a chance l won't be able
to go in as deeply as l need to.
- Alex, he's your brother.
- Evil spawn has a brother?
- How many cops did you say?
- Just one.
- Seems to have gone upwards.
- [Cristina] Breath sounds are...
[Lexie] Dr. Webber, did you consider
doing a Whipple on Mrs. Clark?
He'd have to have you perform
the surgery pro bono.
She did great in there.
She was a total trooper.
Well, me and Amber were in and out,
but Alex, he had, like...
he was stealing anything
if it hadn't been for the video cameras.
- Your doctors are here.
- We need to take you to surgery.
Mrs. Clark has a left temporal lobe
hemorrhage that's extended
- lt screws with your head.
- ls that why you don't have them? lraq?
is supposed to be on the inside
of the membrane, not the outside.
But she's not really his wife anymore.
For example, we know that Devastator
bullets have chemicals in them,
lt is a big deal! You get married
on the spur of the moment,
No, no! This is not happening! Alex!
[Richard] Legally, we don't
have a choice, sir.
l thought he did that for me,
but maybe he likes throwing punches.
Dr. Grey, we're meeting Gary Clark
in Shepherd's office.
lf we hadn't been distracted by
artillery, we might have found this...
No, don't do that.
He won't go if you tell him to.
All your time, all your focus,
all your patience, all your sleep.
Yeah. lt's at least
as good as any Whipple.
- l don't care about that.
- lt'll be no life for either of you.
You should take all the time you need
to call your family,
He's my sister's husband.
We were able to stop the bleed, but...
lt's all right, baby.
[shushes] lt's OK.
l'm going home to my wife.
You should do the same thing.
- Josh, it's OK.
- They want you back on the job.
You know, you're nothing
like your father, right?
Dimethicone? No idea.
Aired 9 years ago - Mar 25, 2010
When Teddy's patient seeks to end treatment and her life, she turns to Hunt for help. The situation triggers Hunt's memories of his life at war and his past relationship with Teddy. Meanwhile, Callie and Arizona have a difference in opinion on what their future holds, and Richard tries to adjust to his role as a surgeon.
- I'm gonna be late.
She's had it on and off
for about six months,
- Must be Nicole behind the wheel.
- Have you seen her ass?
We were in the middle of a consult.
You need to work on your game!
I'm seeing fluid around your kidney.
All out of those.
Hunt, we'll take your GSW in the APC.
- Can we have wine?
- I don't see why not.
OK, relax. Deep breaths. Deep breaths.
which is causing the nausea.
Oscar-four-kilo, this is echo-five-golf.
- Is there a problem?
- Answer the question!
I made it to the summit, while
these guys got altitude sickness
- Right? I mean, that's what you said.
- My diagnosis, my tumor, my debulking.
- Shepherd, you have a minute?
- OK. What is it with you two?
I don't think you wanted
to say that at all.
Instead, they came out
on Christmas morning, and they sang.
No... I don't think we do.
I'm probably acidotic.
- Pray for us sinners...
- Pray for us sinners...
Me? I got a kid. And bad knees.
I'd like to hear the answer.
You will know with absolute certainty
that you did the right thing.
but, with luck, you'll be ready
for your trip next year.
I can't believe you guys. I almost died
jumping out of a damn helicopter
- I'm sorry.
God, it's not bad.
- Come in.
Aired 9 years ago - Mar 11, 2010
A patient who needs an extremely difficult surgery comes to Seattle Grace, and it's Richard and Owen who vie for the opportunity to tackle it. But the decision lies in the hands of Derek, who deems that Owen should take on the surgery, leaving
Richard bitter. Meanwhile, Bailey deals with her own personal struggles when she nervously prepares for another date with Ben.
Aired 9 years ago - Mar 04, 2010
When famous surgeon Dr. Harper Avery is rushed to Seattle Grace-Mercy West, the staff is surprised to discover that one of their own is related to this legend, and his unorthodox request for his surgery causes tensions t between Derek and Richard.
Meanwhile Callie and Arizona try to help Teddy and Sloan move on from their pasts and find greener pastures.
and I can't...Unnotice it.
It's just, I kinof...
Oh, no... because you
slept with my girlfriend,
Richard, how's your first day back?
You're not getting on a plane.
You're a doctor?
Oh, I'm just cheering her up.
She's having a bad day.
He's just a guy Who happens to
have an award named aft him.
And a hematoma to the
left temporal area.
I don't need a cruise director.
I need an experienced surgeon.
Dr. Bailey is more than capable
of performing the surgery--
My sister usually waits
a few more minutes
It's cheesy is what it is.
No bleed. No fracture.
She's good. She's deaf.
Hey, you, uh,
want to go grab a bite?
You're like some miracle
worker or something.
The transplant team rejected them
But if you remember,
I do a mean lasagna.
And the fact that no
one in this hospital
I am sick and I'm tired
Hey, it's funny.
Did you see the guy's face?
Answer me this time, dr. Grey.
You have something to add,
Yeah, I know. I get it.
How's your regenerative
medicine research going?
I promise never to do it again.
Aired 10 years ago - Feb 18, 2010
In his new role as Chief, Derek restores the hospital lecture series, and Richard, Bailey and Callie present to the group pivotal surgical cases from their pasts Bailey reflects on her first days as a shy resident, Callie looks back on a polio case,
and Richard recalls a case in which he and Ellis worked on a patient diagnosed with GRID, a virus later called AIDS.
Eyes forward. Answer a question right,
you get a chocolate.
You're an intern,
the bottom of the surgical food chain.
ln my third year as a resident,
l was presented with a patient
- You're the heart in the elevator guy?
- Sure, let's go with that.
So, Dr. Russell,
l hear you shot a 7 4 last week.
But back then,
she was known as ''sugar''...
A contaminant. Maybe the hemolysis
was just a bad blood draw?
- No. No chocolate for you.
- Lab and radiology evaluation.
after her last surgery,
was a vegan chef.
We do it today, and they did it
back in my day.
We hadn't seen a case
in Washington State. Ever.
The patient was discharged,
and a month later she was back in the ER
lf you never get a negative appy,
you're not doing enough appys.
You did that for me.
But when a patient refuses treatment,
See, sometimes it's not easy.
Of course. Before she goes
l thought we could test for lupus
with a death sentence? No. l'm not doing
it. l recommend you don't do it either.
- But you didn't.
- No. l didn't.
Have respect for people higher
on the pecking order,
probably because of Kaposi's lesions
in your abdomen.
And, uh, practiced and practiced and...
requires the exchanges of bodily fluids.
But back then, we had no idea.
- Thank God, a familiar face.
- What happened?
She was worried about adhesions, right?
She has a pseudo-obstruction
that can be resolved with an NG tube.
How could you have not learned
in three years
- but worth it in the end.
- Show them the X-rays.
- Mm! Wait, cone of silence.
- Yeah, yeah, yeah. Whatever.
Your patients. Your colleagues.
[Richard] I will maintain by all
the means in my power...
...nationality, sexual orientation...
...and upon my honor.
Aired 10 years ago - Feb 11, 2010
It's Valentine's Day, and the doctors must treat dozens of injured people after the roof collapses at a popular romantic restaurant; Derek tries to manage his busy schedule as Chief of Surgery; Meredith wrestles with her new duties as the Chief's wife; and Mark and Callie team up to convince Sloan to do the right thing for her baby.
And you're... you're a brunette.
[Derek] Trauma four is open.
l know how it works.
- and vital signs are stable.
- Get him in Trauma Three.
But now it's time
to look after yourself.
Um, Chief Shepherd wanted me to ask you
about the trustees' breakfast.
- Do you know where that is?
- ls everything OK?
They just, you know,
bring me the dishes.
[Arizona] So Grandinetti's is gone.
Don't you have some
kind of official form or...
l'm not gonna tell him.
to come up with something new.
same thing every time.
if she doesn't want to be.
You win. He's been staring at her
from his kitchen for 1 5 years.
[stammers] So l'll just
pick something out for you.
- ln my family. l'm the pretty one.
My point is that
you can't just change your hair.
and she changed her mind.
l'm not a mom. l'm not ready.
- Sloan, please.
- l'll help.
This dude's been in love with her
for 1 5 years.
- [Owen] l've never done one.
- Neither have l.
- rooting through my closet right now.
- Sorry. She's over-eager.
And, uh, oh,
l was thinking of getting a puppy.
l'm adopting Sloan's baby.
He won't be dancing anytime soon,
You should want to do surgery.
That's all l want to do.
- You couldn't do it?
- Actually, we could. Um...
l said l didn't want to be a freak!
You should have left me like l was!
l mean, my dad got
a clean break from me.
but sometimes it's nice
not to have to talk.
- [April] ls it too late?
- [Derek] l don't know yet. Bipolars.
l can't... l can't do this.
- All right.
- And so if you want to go to dinner,
- You think?
- Of course.
Aired 10 years ago - Feb 04, 2010
As Derek begins his role as interim chief, he faces a potential lawsuit when Bailey and Meredith's patient awakens from anesthesia mid-surgery. Meanwhile, Teddy refuses to place Cristina on her service, as Arizona tests Alex out in Pediatrics, and Mark refuses to speak to a heartbroken Lexie.
I want you to work with me today so I
can see if she's right. What did she say?
Really mature, mark.
Pendii need some time to think.
Which means she won't
remember to sue us? Exactly.
I couldn't move. I was
awake and couldn't move,
While somebody on
the other side of the curtain
Like, right after breakfast.
which, I might point out,
Um, leslie, hi.
Grey, redress the wound, okay?
Don't touch me!
No, he's not being fair. Hey,
seriously. Go easy on the cast padding.
He presented with severe
but intermittent abdominal pain,
But I think
that's what she's do-
Look, you are not my boss
and you are not my chief.
The type she has means
She won't let me touch her.
And it's hot-
don't cry on my ass.
He's got nervous stomach
and crappy grades. That's it.
If he has mesenteric ischemia
and you take him home,
But the dressing I did earlier
is only temporary.
While I was in l.A. Dealing with my sick
daughter? Well, according to meredith,
Oh, you haven't heard
that story? That's a good story.
There isn't anything that says
All right. Well, hurry up
and finish scrubbing in.
What's going on? Sir, you
need to leave right now.
All right. Jump on.
We're moving to the o.R.
In case you were wondering.
You know how big a step
that is for me.
tough first day.
Well, his heart symptoms
presented as abdominal pains,
Uh, all due respect,
Then I have to stop drinking
If you want to work in peds,
you can't get emotional.
I don't expect to win
your trust overnight.
'cause you don't give me
anything. I give you everything.
Aired 10 years ago - Jan 21, 2010
After learning of Richard's drinking problem, Derek confronts him for the sake of his friend and the hospital, Izzie returns, hoping to reconcile with Alex, and tensions run high between Teddy, Cristina and Owen in the aftermath of Cristina's startling confession.
Aired 10 years ago - Jan 14, 2010
Mark flies Addison to Seattle to help with a difficult procedure on his pregnant daughter, Sloan, Owen questions Teddy's motives when she assigns Cristina the lead on a complicated surgery, and Derek's suspicions are raised when the Chief recruits Meredith to assist with a high profile operation on.
Yang, you're going solo today.
You think you're still you
and your life is still your life...
I'm not looking at the sex, I'm...
since regaining consciousness.
He got high-lowed by a couple
- Did you tell Sloan to move out?
- That's the worst-case scenario.
- He's gonna have stumps?
I was in the middle of breakfast.
You know Dave from Oncology?
All that business about, "You're
such a pig," that's just bad marketing.
Or we can wait a few weeks
till he's bigger and stronger
OK. Well, let's get these
things off his legs right now.
- "Let me take you out for drinks
Rob was looking over Tom's CT,
and I thought he should talk to you.
I spend 12 hours a day
carving people up and I like it.
You want to look at my scar
or wait till after I pee in the cup?
- I can't play till next season.
That wasn't so difficult, was it?
That's why I'm gonna
be very, very careful. Scalpel.
Now, I don't know when,
I don't know how,
I gotta go. I have patients at home.
You need to use your instinct
and make a decision. Right now.
I know I'm not a soldier in Iraq
or a rocket scientist
Yes. I met her before she got fired.
- Why isn't she helping her?
- How's it going?
That's Garber. He was the
chief of surgery back then.
- He's not gonna have a knee?
- Sloan, you could have died.
You're not. He was out
of the game a long time ago.
Hey, this is illegal and immoral
A real one.
And Sloan, against all odds,
Lexie, I thought I missed this.
Aired 10 years ago - Nov 19, 2009
As Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year's pass, Miranda gets a visit from her father, William who disapproves of her choices in life. Mark and Lexie cope with an arrival of a woman from his past. Thatcher questions the Chief's recent behavior as Meredith comes to his defense.
Oh, my God! That is the biggest
pseudoaneurysm l've ever seen.
to her blood vessels.
Tucker and Little Tuck are both fine.
Nicholas has what is called
an arteriovenous malformation.
So we're just gonna
send him home to die?
They're like the plague.
l mean, stealing all our surgeries,
Welcome. Happy Thanksgiving.
Who wants wine?
Just ease up.
- l pretty much have full sensation.
- Great. Good.
lt's the guilt, you know?
- l've tried to stop it for an hour.
- We can't operate. We're not ready.
he got an electric shock
from some Christmas lights.
- Love me some Hunt.
- Shut up!
and l watched you repair
some fat man's hernia,
You broke your family,
you set your son up to fail.
But how? She's septic, hypotensive,
and she has no heart.
and if l don't look like l have
some sort of life, he'll never leave.
Your kids are bickering.
Meredith, he is a surgeon
and he is drinking and...
- lt hurts.
- [Bailey] l know.
- Sing, Yang.
- No, l don't... l'm Jewish.
- Who's Kelsey?
- Uh, girl with no heart.
- and staying in an unhappy marriage...
- Now is not the time or place...
My child is healthy and l'm happy.
OK, here l would advise a one-hand tie.
Happy New Year!
- Yeah, you come over here...
- l love you. l'm in love with you.
That is why New Year's Eve
is my favorite holiday.
l want you. l want you
because l want to be.
Aired 10 years ago - Nov 12, 2009
Owen recruits Dr. Teddy Altman, a former Iraqi veteran, as the new cardiothoracic surgeon. Cristina questions her abilities in the E.R. and relationship with Owen. Izzie returns to Seattle Grace with her high school mentor seeking treatment for his dementia. Richard's responsibilities, post-merger, are taking a toll on him.
- So you're an evolutionary biologist?
- Mmm, l was.
And l didn't get you fired.
You did that all by yourself.
Oh, my God. [chuckles] lt's raining!
- Shepherd would give you your job back?
- l'm not here to get my job back.
l don't know how long she's staying,
if she's staying.
- Do not engage.
Adele! l'm so sorry. l sent the chief
into surgery. Do you want me...?
Yeah, but that's just because
they're husband and work-wife.
- inject dye, then open up the blockage.
And l was not hitting on you.
That's it. You're all done. l just
need you to lie flat for a while, OK?
- trying to get back to that.
- Here. Turn around.
Yes, l do mind. That man
is old enough to be your father.
Which means obstructive jaundice, but
the chief only took out the gallbladder.
to anyone, l will make sure that you are
the ones who require emergency surgery.
l don't think l could afford it.
My savings, my retirement...
- No. Have a seat.
- Not at all.
Cristina? Huh. Wow.
[Meredith] So how do you
like your present?
to build that clinic that you
happily accepted at the time.
Book an OR, because l'm your attending,
and when l tell you to book an OR,
screaming at each other just...
lt is not funny, chief!
l told Grey and Adamson
to prep him for a repair.
So if you want to go talk to her...
[Teddy] OK. Here we go. The moment of
truth. Let's see Dr. Yang's handiwork.
You interfered and got me fired.
'Cause your wife is right.
There's something going on.
Dr. Shepherd said you did great.
What...? What's going on?
- What? What was in your head?
- Nothing. Nothing! l just...
lt's all right. l...
Aired 10 years ago - Nov 05, 2009
A generous 25 million donation is offered to Seattle Grace by the parents of Arizonas 10-year-old patient, she finds herself in a conflict of interest when his condition worsens. Cristina tests her boundaries with Owen at the hospital. Alex is left with all of Izzies hospital bills to contend with.
These are children.
Dr. Yang, why don't you present?
if she were 42 kilograms?
We covered some advanced
and half to the hospital itself.
Everyone's a sucker for those.
Whoa, whoa. Bad idea.
Uh... I wish I didn't have to saddle you
with this, Karev, but...
Two days post-op.
Resilient little guy.
[Derek] ICP is elevated,
BP won't stabilize.
- Not now.
- You'll want to see this.
- she was...
So, yeah, you're bummed I miscalculated
It's not a question of if I can.
It's whether or not I should.
These aren't people
who hear the word "no".
Karev, you may have just kick-started
this baby's entire system.
I said whatever I wanted,
did whatever I wanted.
No, no. We wait for Cardio
and we try to find the source.
That's enough. Everybody out.
Let Karev do what he's doing in private.
- You're not qualified to do this.
- Opening the left chest.
I did it to stabilize the patient.
You were watching her vitals drop.
for an embolus was with him, in his OR.
I can't go into the OR
feeling like... this.
Like Evan, the kid from down the hall,
with asthma, last month?
Percy, a little help on the suction.
Not the point. What I needed from you
tonight was a little support,
- on a child?
- It wasn't rogue. It was brilliant.
Come on, Wallace.
[Scoffing] My luck will run out?
It has nothing to do with luck.
You should have seen Yang
in that surgery. She was fearless.
you stick to your instincts.
We're all surgeons.
Everyone will understand.
How old were you at this party?
I can't leave, OK?
Then I'll sit here with you
for a little while.
I'm sorry. Look, I know, um...
Aired 10 years ago - Oct 29, 2009
When Isaac has an inoperable tumor wrapped around his spine, he wants Derek to do the impossible. Derek tests the Chief's authority when Richard objects to moving forward with the risky surgery.
- l needed to meet you.
- You got a job here to meet me?
so you've gone in search of a
crazy-ass tumor to get his love back.
A spinal tumor? l read about a case
at Mayo where the surgery took 1 7 hours.
To successfully take out this tumor
would be an achievement
Anything other than cutting the cord
would kill this man!
Hand-eye coordination can be learned,
but right now, l need naturals.
l'm doing a surgery l fully believe in.
You gave me the idea, actually.
l need somebody in the OR
So you fell for that. lt sounds...
sounds more like you're his bitch.
l don't know. l think lzzie had
it right. Get fired, run away, die.
And l will survive the loss of my legs.
...today, if you become frightened,
l think if we start at T-2,
l could avoid hitting
that my only option
is to put on a diaper and pee in it.
Either of you open your mouths again,
you're out of the OR.
Which, by the way, makes you the douche.
that you cancelled your surgeries today
to operate on a spinal cord tumor?
Go home. Sleep on it.
We'll talk more tomorrow.
lt was more vascular
than the MRl showed.
it's chaos. l didn't know what vessel
was connected to the tumor
You stood in the OR for ten hours.
You knew the chief would stop you.
We have to cut the cord to
kill the tumor. There's no other way.
And if l have to pee in it,
oh, l'll pee.
Thank you, Dr. Grey. OK.
Don't go. But you better be 1 00 percent
sure she's not hoping you show up.
- More suction.
- [Jackson] Too much blood.
- You can do this.
- You really should drink something.
- Dr. Torres is doing a laparotomy?
- What am l doing?
- l have to do a blind cut.
- Like a trip wire?
Oh, no. No.
l knew you would try, but...
Aired 10 years ago - Oct 22, 2009
After a burn victim unexpectedly dies in the midst of a chaotic ER, the Chief and board member Jennings interrogate the residents to find the culprit, as all the Mercy West and Seattle Grace resident defends their actions in an effort to save their jobs.
- Get them fired.
- [pager beeping]
Sucks. Yang's turfing us the crap cases
You're safe. Everybody is all right, OK?
- Dr. Bailey really needed some help.
- [thunder rumbling]
- Do you have steady hands?
- Yes, ma'am, in college l...
Hey, Karev! Clean that up.
Finish debriding, cover the wound
with silver sulfadiazine,
Want to switch with someone?
Karev or somebody?
Did you hear Mrs. Becker
say anything about pain?
- Karev, you have Bed One?
Your initials are on the chart.
The burn unit and the lCU are full.
All patients are staying here
Are you saying she had chest pains?
l ordered the wrong medication?
[Arizona] l'll ask again in a sec, OK?
Push another 25 of fentanyl.
- ...three, four, five...
Yeah, l watched.
She was a little distracted, but...
- Roy, he's fine.
- l almost had him.
until his dad comes.
l left him alone and...
- l wasn't there.
- l was right there. l saw it.
There's too much swelling in the airway.
Get me a smaller tube, a 6-0.
[Lexie] OK. Here's the thing
about the rain.
l give blood every two months. Because
some dumbass didn't eat a cookie...
l hung up the phone,
l came over and l criked her.
[Alex] l'm asking you to wait, please.
No, l got... Just wait!
She's got no landmarks, l was hoping...
l got off the phone.
You're AK, right? April Kepner?
Her CK level is over 75,000.
She's got fulminant rhabdo.
Stop! Everybody, stop!
lt's over! You've lost her.
what would have caused
Cathy Becker to bleed out
Soot? Smoke inhalation?
And the circumstances you were under...
Well, whose patient is she?
l needed to know
who finally was responsible.
- [elevator dings]
- But sometimes...
Aired 10 years ago - Oct 15, 2009
The residents of Seattle Grace and Mercy West vie for surgeries and their careers as day one of the hospital merger begins. Meanwhile, Arizona stands by an enraged Callie when her father, Mr. Torres, employs a priest to help convince her to date men, and Izzie experiences the brunt of her new surgical competition.
- At this point, anywhere is good.
- At Mercy West, we do zones.
l have two hospitals to run.
Hey, do you happen to know the key code
to the research library?
And you'd tell me everything.
All about your crazy adventures.
lf he wants to throw away our
relationship after 30 years,
Give him room to be a little shocked.
- [Lexie] Roll him.
- We'll keep the cop.
Come on, l was gesturing!
You ran into the knife!
- l'll just add this to the chart later.
- lf you can find it.
l have the biggest crush in the world on
her and she doesn't even know l'm alive.
These exact words. Don't deviate.
is greater than 50 percent, which
implies both ALL and PLL are disrupted.
lt's not a crime to do to her
what she's doing to you.
and correctly diagnosed carotid
stenosis. Book an OR for the afternoon.
l sprang this on you.
lt's a lot to take in.
- l thought you came here to apologize.
- l can't apologize, Calliope!
And Jesus would be ashamed
of you for judging me!
- This is her open window.
- l don't want her open window.
Good luck finding it.
- And read it.
- She's not a very nice person.
l hurt... The neck...
how they screwed it up.
lzzie, it wasn't personal.
That stuff, it just...
l'm, like, chasing after surgeries
l don't care about.
And l got picked
not because of favoritism,
She's a great doctor. ln fact,
she's the future of medicine.
was about honoring that sacrifice.
My father believes in country
the way that you believe in God.
may have led you to read the labs wrong
or not read them at all.
You promised my nieces
l was getting this kidney.
- And Dr. Karev has questions...
- Alex? Alex said something to you?
You're ready to leap.
Aired 10 years ago - Oct 08, 2009
When Meredith and Lexie's father, Thatcher, returns to the hospital with a failed liver, it's up to Meredith to save his life. Meanwhile, Izzie empathizes with a patient riddled with tumors, as Mark, annoyed with Cristina's competitive zeal, tricks her into assisting on an unusual surgery.
- Check his INR?
- Hang 50 mikes of octreotide.
Why don't you two
go get me a cup of coffee?
If you're having symptoms,
I can write you a prescription.
than eating pudding and watching CSI.
- I'm ready.
- I'm ready.
after you told your boss to go
screw himself. It's humiliating.
- Needs my liver, giving him some.
- Whoa, wait a minute.
[Scoffs] I cannot get
this stupid thing to work.
- by this little thing called cancer.
- You got the best excuse in the book.
You wanna die? Over an erection?
[Mark] OK, we have to run some tests.
She lives on an Army base
with her husband in Bahrain.
- Nice try. It was my transplant.
- [Lzzie] Are you gonna get tested?
But I really need this surgery, Doc.
one night they sat me down
at the bingo table
none of whom drank themselves into it.
I married freaking Lewis & Clark!
Two: What I lack in experience,
I make up for in raw talent.
I was looking forward to 30 minutes
in the park with my girlfriend.
- But he's still the bad guy here.
- You don't owe him anything.
I know that he was never there for you,
I know he's not your dad.
I know that.
I can't... I won't let you
put me back together.
we're taking you out of the home
and moving you back in with us.
to give back to their parents,
who would sacrifice everything
You convinced yourself again
that it would be the only one.
You better take care of my girls.
to get to know each other.
I'm gonna sit by her head.
I won't say a word.
You see a one in a million,
and you want to believe.
- What's your point?
- My point?
everybody wants a piece of you.
Aired 10 years ago - Oct 01, 2009
Several weeks after her near-death experience, a recovering Izzie returns to work. Meanwhile, nervous that there will be layoffs in the hospital in the wake of an announcement from the Chief, the Seattle Grace residents compete to survive the cuts,
including Cristina, who attempts to work alongside Arizona in pediatrics. And Bailey and Alex's patient's already complex case is further complicated by her schizophrenic son.
Stop worrying about the chief.
All this is in your head.
my staff about decisions I'll be making,
I will! When I'm ready!
One, two, three.
OK. Now, you're ready.
Could you give him a pencil
and some paper?
Oh, look who's coming.
I know what you mean.
I feel fine. I'm ready to work.
You tell her I just got it cut,
they cut it too short.
You're working for them. Got my mother,
you're trying to get me. Stay away!
My patients need to have faith in me.
What are you doing?
OK, Jodie, we're done. I'll meet you
downstairs to go over the results.
- You look crazy.
- This is partly your fault.
- Oh, God, that's him.
I need to talk to you
about your test results.
I need you to think about
yourself right now.
Yeah, no, that's smart,
smart of you to have a backup.
- Nice pin.
- His name is Mr. Bear.
- She can't handle a five-hour surgery.
- I know what I can handle.
The big deal is that the chief
is in there making a list.
take me through exactly what happened.
- Looks like it's gonna work.
- She's stable.
I wouldn't be able to hurt you
even if the voices told me to.
Here is... your spleen.
No. You're right.
Now, she needs you to do this for her.
Apples, pears, strawberries.
HR is sending an e-mail to
the first round of people to be let go.
There's gonna be another round.
He fired three quarters of our class.
[Meredith] It's pointless in the end.
But George is dead.
Aired 10 years ago - Sep 24, 2009
Everyone is struggling after losing one of their own and are turning to any distraction they can find. Meredith and Derek seem to be consummating their marriage anywhere and everywhere, while Cristina and Owen have been instructed to abstain from sex by Dr. Wyatt.
Walk away, Karev.
- Withholding sex?
- Why would Derek withhold sex?
My first day at Mercy West.
I wanna look nice, you know,
- about Seattle Grace than...
- [horn honks, tires screech]
- Yeah. You could need surgery.
- It's a sprain, Torres. [groans]
You like working
in this place, Dr., um... McKee?
So I'm asking you... to wait.
I can hit the call button and have
the nurses take you into surgery.
We don't sleep anymore.
And Dr. Robbins said that what she needs
you to give us is a 3D MRI of his spine.
There was no indication!
- It's driving me nuts.
- So take a break. I miss you.
I just want to be a person
who isn't wishing for a brain tumor.
Are you really gay?
The first thing he used to look at
when I walked in anywhere
I'm the one who's got your back.
- Did the chief deny that request?
- Several times.
but now... I get it.
Your protocol is working
We hope it doesn't start to grow again.
You should make the cut.
- You have to get her admitted to Psych.
Every day, all day.
Just go do something with your life.
'Cause if I see you sitting
on this bench ever again,
- Well, it's... pretty dark.
- Come on. I'm dark?
[Mark] It isn't just death
we have to grieve.
I can't... If you won't...
you won't feel this way.
I just have to stop caring so much.
Aired 10 years ago - Sep 24, 2009
The hospital staff is left to deal with the aftermath of George's passing. Hitting the staff hard, they all find unique ways to get through the various stages of grief. George's mom returns, faced with the difficult task of deciding what to do with his organs.