Aired 9 years ago - May 20, 2010
Cristina and Meredith's surgical skills are put to the ultimate test.
Aired 9 years ago - May 20, 2010
Seattle Grace Hospital is hit with a crisis like no other in its' history.
Fever, tenderness over McBurney's point.
You could be nicer. He peed his pants
and l cleaned it up before you got here.
- You know, l told her, Dr. B.
- That doesn't mean l like it.
And tomorrow, we'll see
if we can help lose the poop bag.
- ls he dead?
- He's not dead, ma'am.
- Please, he's my husband!
- Let her say goodbye.
l'm not a tour guide.
l'm a surgeon, OK?
Because we can order in
and l have some stuff to tell you.
Dr. Yang should scrub in
and Mr. Linehan can wait for an hour.
- April, what is it?
- Do you know l grew up on a farm?
You're the head of hospital security.
How do you not know?
- What's wrong?
- Nothing, just a... page.
[Teddy] l've almost got the pulmonary
artery controlled. One more second.
Know what? lt's probably just a drill.
Or a psych patient got out.
We're gonna take care of it.
Stable ones can walk and we have
wheelchairs, so let's do it. Move.
OK, so, if you and Derek
are in a plane crash and you die,
- The shooter.
- [screaming muffled]
- [Lexie whispering] l'm sorry.
l don't feel good!
- Excuse me?
- We can't leave here.
- l have the portable ultrasound.
- Check her appendix. l'll be back!
OK, we gotta get out of here,
'cause l'm not staying in here
You hurt me when you
decided to kill my wife.
l will be right back.
l told my wife l would be.
- lt's this thing?
- No, not that.
When l was a kid.
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.
And a lady does not
show her drawers at the office.
I had to open him up bedside...
Wow. OK. There's nothing's going on
between Owen and Teddy.
Listen, if you want me to say something
to him, I can say something.
My son, a lawyer. He's single.
sick sinus syndrome. It's an irregular
heart rhythm that causes blackouts.
- Are you OK?
- Just a little fall.
Oh... Just a little something
stuck in my head.
I'm not crazy. I'm not crazy.
Hayley, I'm Dr. Karev, Alex.
Dr. Shepherd, it's just a few
more tests. She wants them.
Dr. Avery, will you please explain how
we're gonna use a tissue expander.
She was my wife's roommate,
her best friend.
- is a healthy patient, Yang.
- This scan shows diaphragmatic rupture
I grew up with crazy, I dated crazy,
and I don't think this girl is crazy.
No, I can sew it up
with a continuous suture.
- You're becoming a duck.
- I am becoming a duck.
- Scans were clean.
Well, we're just gonna have
to do something about that.
- You'll survive this, too.
- I know, but...
there's... there's an overlook.
Looks like that's just about it.
just tell me what you know. Just...
- I love you.
- Stop trying to make me happy.
That's the same thing I keep telling
myself about Arizona, that I don't care.
For hours, I just sit there!
Well, try having most of your
face burned off, you stupid bitch!
and you'll know
that you are not that guy.
- but she never got over Henry.
with men being blown apart
in front of me, with Beth.
[Betty] You can't do that again.
She doesn't put me in the OR
with Hendricks 'cause she knows
I don't have time for games.
You were right.
Superior canal dehiscence syndrome.
Mark, I have a boyfriend.
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.
Avery, you're off the case. Go.
Now l understand
the sensitivity training.
Man. Tough crowd.
- [Callie] Jamie Anders? Hi.
We'll call your husband,
let him know what's going on.
We should put a ''wide load''
banner on this thing.
All right. l have a lawyer waiting
for me, l have to go.
he didn't go to bat for her getting the
job. lt was like he wanted her to go.
which leads to slow healing,
And that wasn't about Bobby Corso.
lt was about Gary Clark.
- [Callie] Dr. Grey.
- Uh, yeah.
Give me a break.
l'm in a committed relationship.
- What happens at 7:1 5?
- 7 1 5 is her bet.
Get yourself some ice cream.
There are some logistics involved.
You want me to tell you?
The fat under your skin
has become necrotic.
drugs, pills, hypnosis.
l just want to be gone before the kid
has a chance to know who l am.
Who can make me laugh
till l can't breathe.
Are you bringing my forklift around?
Give 'em that at least.
- The patient had a pupillary response.
- So you saw life in her eyes?
[Lauren] l'm gonna suggest
we take a break.
But the heart
has to be strong, like, um...
...it will only hurt a little.
- ...use that...
- But l have to tell Cristina.
- Damn it! What are we talking about?
Good. You were great with her today.
That's all you saw today.
- in the left temporal lobe.
- Based on those scans and the EEG,
What? What is it?
but you're not nearly
out of the woods.
- Did you find out Bobby Corso's weight?
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.
- Hey, guys!
We are talking about pound cake
because l want a kid and she doesn't.
- Good morning.
- [Teddy] Hi.
The next thing l know, l'm flat
on my back in the frozen food section.
So l turned off my cell in case he'd
say something. Which he didn't.
- And got yourself suspended for it.
and evaluating you right now is me.
with what looks like
an umbilical hernia.
l would have done it anyway,
but he just kept talking, didn't he?
l guess five years in foster care
will do that to you.
[laughs] Yeah, 'cause my mom, she'd...
l had good, solid information
the perps were threatening...
...happy, boring life.
into the ventricular system.
There's nothing we can do.
First, it was residency.
And then it was lraq.
Can l get a copy of one of these?
l want to hang it on my fridge.
She left, and then, you know,
she came back, but he didn't think
For whatever it's worth, l would've done
the same thing Yang did. Anybody would.
You're gonna get free surgery,
get back in your truck
- OK, don't follow him.
- and it will stop.
- Why would you turn it off?
You're not a doctor, you're a child!
And you're useless!
A junkie dad, a crackpot mom,
l know that l am
supposed to not care, but how...
Still bleeding in the retroperitoneum.
if you give him time, which you should,
- What? You asked.
- Well, yeah, but...
[laughs] Girl, him nailing
that ''K'' sound?
He'll be waking up in a few minutes
if you want to stop by.
- 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.
You don't have to be here. You can go.
but then most of us wouldn't
even pass the written exam.
...we're gonna talk about it.
- No, they're burning.
- Listen. They're fine. They're...
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.
[Exhaling] We are.
She doesn't want kids.
Get to the point.
You have 15 seconds.
It's quite all right.
And I am not the chief.
She doesn't want to die a slow death
hooked up to machines
- Watch out, watch out, watch out!
- I got him! I got him!
Owen, come on!
Gekko, give me that roll
of two-inch tape.
Shall we scan him first?
- Did she tell you?
- That you're going home? Yeah.
Stop worrying about me.
I mean, even when you're dying,
you have the same fights.
I'm not opposed to it. As long as we're
talking about controversial stuff,
and then you're gonna go home. OK?
- [Owen] I'm OK! You OK?
- [Dan] Yeah.
- [Tommy] Did you call Lani?
- Um, you should call your wife.
- Everything OK?
- Yeah. It's fine.
I take a shower like everybody else.
- [Sean] Just talk to me!
the key is to think of yourself
I have to.
Someone is coming. Help is coming.
- Blessed art thou among women...
- Blessed art thou among women...
- That's an order, soldier.
- No, sir.
- I hated every minute of it.
- So why do it?
- Dr. Hunt, I will call security if...
- Let her answer.
And hanging onto hope,
it may make you feel better...
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
That's why you stole her surgery.
- I'm in Whoville.
I helped my patient die today.
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 9 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 9 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 a massive head wound.
- [Owen] To the left!
- possibly a pneumothorax.
- Put in a chest tube if you need to.
- l am not cupid.
Her husband is in surgery.
You have to. You're his wife.
He was lying in dirty dishwater
for a while before they found him.
You debride the arm, tag the vessels,
get it up to me as soon as you can.
- Baby looks perfect.
She would try anything we served.
And they never stopped coming in.
She'll never have to be alone,
- You can't leave without telling him.
- Yes, l can. l can do whatever...
You win. He's been staring at her
from his kitchen for 1 5 years.
You know, um, my eyes and...
You can't just change your hair.
[Warren] l see. Clearly.
They'll love him.
They'll love him more than l will.
And we're best friends.
Well, l didn't marry Derek to be
the chief's arm candy. l'm a surgeon.
Get a bronchoscopy. Grey,
see if an OR's available just in case.
Yes, but in cases involving the elbow...
Like Bambi deer and singing birds,
l went out and got a fish instead.
Now, l'm paged
about fundraising brunches.
And maybe even some dancing.
Ah! Splenic artery's torn.
- Honestly, l'm happy to help with this.
- You wanna be an executive assistant?
- You couldn't do it?
- Actually, we could. Um...
And look at him now.
and Emile never...
And l keep making it every day.
Stay with me!
l made a mistake last year.
Right. Um... Look, l'm sorry.
almost every minute.
[Meredith] And there's
no time for looking back.
Aired 9 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.
As you may have heard,
I have been appointed
Okay, let's get back to work.
Mm-hmm. Don't let
the roller skates fool you.
No strings attached.
There's a situation
that needs your attention.
Off of your abdominal wall.
Mm-hmm, which is a good thing.
Because of you.
To keep the patient
Dr. Karev, how would you proceed?
We could try a trip-contrast c.T.
I, uh, I...
I- I don't know.
Panicking with your hand inside my
And I'm gonna be a plastic surgeon.
You're not gonna be a plastic surgeon.
I loved the hospital
when I was a kid.
Hey. You-you know, why-
teddy's blackballing me.
Just sign the paper.
Go to rehab.
People are watching.
The type she has means
Yeah? Yang got burns
on her girl parts.
I- I think he might
ill be a little upset
Hey, are you-
No surgery. It's insane.
And you call an ambulance,
The thought of your hand
back inside me...
I was gonna get you
one of those.
We're one step closer to finding
out what isn't wrong with brad,
Look, I'll be with you
the whole time.
briefly unstable in surgery,
More suction, please.
Stay here with me.
Yeah, I know. Believe me,
I know I'm not cristina yang.
I don't read
And be responsible
with my own daughter.
Tough first day, chief?
Well, his heart symptoms
presented as abdominal pains,
Everybody's been seeing you
like tall day.
And I don't think
I'm ready to do that.
It feels great.
To personally come in here
and, uh, apologize.
I was not. You've been trying to
screw me into submission,rstand you.
Maybe I was trying to...
He wanted me to be
something I wasn't,
That I'm finally me again...
Aired 9 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 9 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.
I can try out
the sub-annular stitches?
Hey, do you have any cash?
I lost the headset to my phone.
Maybe we'll have
someone else take a look.
I saw that hit. That was a bad hit.
- Wait, it's a boy?
- I hadn't gotten that far.
- I'm not sure...
- I wasn't talking to you. You're done.
But if he signed a consent form
and there's a copy lying around...
Come on. It's Bailey. She's lonely.
I have a couple things
I want to discuss.
I'm sorry, but a different valve
is a whole different procedure.
and we can fit him with a prosthesis.
It's possible that he'll walk.
The fact is, Mark,
this is Dr. Stanton from Radiology.
People call me The Nazi, and it's
not because of my ice-blue eyes.
- That's what you always did.
- Then we grew up and got married.
that I'm... drawn to. I...
Like the mechanical valve
was a whole different surgery.
Well, I asked Bailey
to take over my service.
At the end of the day,
it's a gut thing. Pig or cow.
- No, it's just that one of the bands
You hit any one of those,
she bleeds out right on this table.
If he's got time to watch old surgical
films with you, he's not swamped.
That's not your call to make in my OR!
With you in the waiting room.
If I put your own valve in front of you,
it wouldn't speak to you either.
You're scared to play.
So I'm not complaining.
Yang's killing her patient and
Altman's reading The Atlantic Monthly.
Dr. Torres and I
think your knee needs replacing.
No one could believe it.
for long, but if you say "gimp"
one more time, I'm gonna smack you.
You dragged yourself across the country
so you could get help
I don't know anything about being a dad,
you'll log enough hours with a scalpel.
- I know that.
- She needs to be pushed.
Look, there might have been
a little misunderstanding
but I was so excited,
I just don't understand
why I'm doing it.
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.
lt's at the suture line of the
transplant. Her new heart is dying.
which is basically, um, a miracle.
Yeah, Tucker and l were hoping
to bring him home to visit you.
ln order to stop the bleeding,
we need to remove it.
Hi. Uh, so this is a little weird,
Well, l've stopped the bleeding
lt's a nail in my coffin.
lt's like death has come to call.
Man, those daddy issues
are working for you.
lt, uh, turns out Sloan was right
about her parentage.
Look at that. l haven't seen
skill like that since...
Mark, it's been a month,
- Your mother sent me.
- Oh. You heard.
The second day there was this climb,
it's eight hours straight,
Kelsey, you just gotta hang on, OK?
She told me. l gave her
a couple hundred bucks and l left town.
l'm Callie Torres,
l'm a friend of Bailey's.
But, you know,
we worked through it, and, um...
and made them put their faces
right up to the snow blower.
every oboe recital, and we cheered.
to an empty house, without even a tree?
She could code,
or the monitor could short out.
Just fix her, OK?
But we will, we will. We're, uh, still
trying to figure out how to build it,
- But it'll be like a donation.
- They're our bonuses.
l'm sorry l tried to fire you.
Some people do.
Recovering alcoholics don't.
- [Meredith] Thank you.
- Excuse me?
- He may not be with me tonight,
You and Mom showed me
what true love looks like.
which makes this appropriate
Christmas dinner conversation.
Talk to her right now
or no more sex for you.
and l... l...
We need to find a donor.
We needed to find one yesterday.
Why don't you try torquing it
a little bit, give it a different angle?
[all] Five... four...
- l'm heading into the...
l have loved you every second
of every day.
That is why New Year's Eve
is my favorite holiday.
l want you. l want you
because l want to be.
- So how was New Year's Eve at Tucker's?
- lt was fine.
l didn't want to disappoint you.
l didn't want to be judged.
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.
Tell me he's not lying
somewhere in a ditch, dead.
and, suddenly, my father died.
And, of course, l had to go home.
Alzheimer's meds, Parkinson's meds,
- another lL-2 treatment...
- l got my treatment at Seattle Pres.
- l worked primarily with Joshua Moore.
- Oh. You went to Mayo in Florida.
- No, let me go!
- Dr. Singer!
and don't know what they're gonna do
with the rest of their lives.
what l will tell her
while you're in surgery.
- Bailey, what would l do without you?
- Let's hope you never have to find out.
You spend every waking moment together.
You finish each other's sentences.
sleeping at the hospital every night,
he was with Ellis Grey.
Access the femoral artery,
thread the catheter to the heart,
And l was not hitting on you.
See? That wasn't so bad, was it?
Close your eyes.
But something's wrong
with his emergency chole patient.
OK, stop. Right now. Both of you.
lt's a buildup of cerebrospinal fluid
in your brain, very hard to diagnose.
l hate to ask this of you
after everything you've done,
l don't think she likes me, but yeah.
you were just bringing me out here
as a present for your new girlfriend?
- but he's having trouble breathing.
- Casey, l'm Dr. Robbins.
- lzzie Stevens.
whoever or whatever it is,
You'll know for next time.
The guy lzzie brought in has NPH.
Derek's operating now.
l have forgiven you for a lot, Alex.
l've decided to take a step back
from surgery for a while.
Are you crazy? l'm never going back to
those sex-crazed, teenage alcoholics.
Now, l've lost my work-husband
and my husband-husband.
When did you break up with Beth?
That's why Teddy gave up
her attending position at Columbia
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.
There is fairy dust in their IV bags.
Two point one grams per day,
if you carry the decimal.
But I can skip my homework
on Friday, right?
It's a pleasure to see you again, Paul.
Bethany, you look lovely.
- Twenty-five million dollars?
- Happy birthday, Arizona.
Yeah, because the money's a gift.
Unpaid balance? I don't get it.
We work at the hospital.
or starts having apnoea spells.
I'll be on rounds.
- I feel better. Just give me a second.
- You know what?
Please, I want to hold my baby.
I get straight A's. I'm on honor roll.
I run the student council.
It's not working.
Heart rate's down to the 60s.
- The surgery's a bad idea, chief.
- But is it impossible?
[Owen] Looks like you used pretty much
every piece of hardware in the hospital.
[Rapid beeping continues]
He's saving a baby's life, that's what.
You could've lacerated her heart
or cut the phrenic nerve.
[Scoffs] Well, he's not gonna fire me.
- You're great.
- I mean really tell me.
And I've seen kids
go home and go away.
I keep retracing every step,
every suture, going over it and over it.
- You didn't tell?
- I was going to, but you were all,
Pressure's dropping to 68 over 40.
Pulse is racing.
[Scoffing] My luck will run out?
It has nothing to do with luck.
You should have seen Yang
in that surgery. She was fearless.
And that's almost true. Except
for the fact that you fell off a roof.
- All right.
- OK. Just go.
It just doesn't feel real.
Are you really so messed up
you can't let one person be nice to you?
'Cause of the embolus thing,
and you in general, could I just?
[Meredith] But you have to be willing
to take a chance.
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.
But l also know...
who takes the most risks.
- lsaac has a cord tumor?
- lt's awesome, look.
You know what, don't try to Lexopedia
your way on this. This is my tumor.
- l haven't made a decision.
- No rush. l'm a patient man.
l wouldn't go near it. lt's a beast.
lt's a tough job, Derek.
You sure you still want it?
and doesn't hit the side
of the cup gets to scrub in.
There's a computer schedule saying
l'm doing craniotomies all day.
- This is a once in a lifetime tumor.
- Go get your rogue on.
Yeah, l don't take breaks.
- A diaper?
- lt's for the surgery.
Dr. Shepherd, l was just
describing our new schedule
l survived a war.
Did you know that?
Either way l risk sending him
into hemodynamic collapse...
What? Lexie is wearing what?
l could go into the tumor, here,
but l might cut the artery.
So if you're planning
on doing something, anything,
And, as much as l'd rather watch his
super-secret surgery from the gallery,
What? No, l didn't... Did l...?
l left three voicemails for lzzie.
l'm sure she won't return any of them.
- The tumor... is here.
- Now you've completely lost your mind.
- Even though lsaac said you could.
But what you said yesterday,
if you cut an artery or hit the cord...
My diaper is awesome.
My diaper is hardcore.
You can't say no because l'm in charge,
and this is what l'm prescribing.
- lf you're sure about that, then fine.
Get in there.
Take a breath and get back in there.
but l swapped with Torres.
She has an emergency laparotomy.
- l have to do a blind cut.
- Like a trip wire?
- Pulse is down to 52.
- lt's getting worse, guys.
[Derek] Ask most surgeons
why they became surgeons.
[chuckling] l'm actually
going to be OK?
In a stranger's act of kindness.
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.
- Timeout's over.
- Well, send Bailey!
while she runs outside
for the good ones.
- Very good.
- He fainted.
lt's the ER. Mass Casualty.
- do not move, understand?
- That was the last you saw the patient?
Hey, Grey, come when you're done,
we need hands!
[Arizona] lt's OK, you're OK.
We're gonna examine you
- And who was with Mrs. Becker?
- [Lexie] Reed Adamson.
What happened? l had him...
l... l... l got to the window...
At this point, who was
in charge of Mrs. Becker's care?
Listen, it's been a week, lz, and
l don't know if you're alive or dead.
She said it was localized to her
chest burns so l checked her chart
ls he dying?
l'm sorry, l'm sorry. l know.
You're OK, pal. You're gonna be OK.
Her lung collapsed.
l don't know how.
The patient was coding...
- push one of epi!
- Charging to 200!
You shut them down
and talk to him about his future
She's completely closed off.
- Karev seemed totally out of control.
- Move! She needs a crike.
[Richard] You've been described
as looking pale, shaky and unsteady.
l wasn't waving at Reed,
l was waving at Karev.
- [Alex] Where are you? Are you OK?
- lzzie, just...
- Damn it.
we had to start a central line.
DlC. Organs are shutting down.
l'm sorry. l am so, so sorry.
l believe you're good.
[Richard] What would cause that kind
of inflammation in her throat?
l needed to know
who finally was responsible.
That has been the system that
has been in place since this merger.
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.
Nurses put a person in,
you know it's your patient.
- Hey, that wasn't cool.
Even when you were in trouble,
you'd still call.
You can't pray away the gay!
[sighs] Thanks for being my tour guide
through this first-day madness.
lt wasn't a psycho cabal.
Oh... You guys raise hands.
- Easy! All right?
- Let him die! lt's what he deserves!
- Are you feeling...?
- Stable for now.
l'm not trying to minimize your cancer,
but this really sucks for me.
l fired her. l know how to fire people.
- Wow! l might be out of my league.
- [Derek] She has a photographic memory.
- [Owen] Nice work!
- [Jackson] Thanks.
Thought you might want to see the scans.
- Why do you care?
- l don't know. l like you.
Are you and Cristina
in a dark and twisty place?
you can scrub in.
ln the meantime, help Dr. Adamson
That's... what a parent does.
Jesus: ''He who is without sin
cast the first stone.''
- Give it back to her! Stop reading!
- Future of medicine alert!
No! No, l am not sinking
to their level.
- Cristina, what?
- Doesn't matter that it's my patient
l've got this.
l don't need a surgical bitch, thanks.
Nothing is happening to me!
Every day when he was here,
l held hearts.
She's a great doctor. ln fact,
she's the future of medicine.
Didn't you hear what
Goldman's daughter said?
was about honoring that sacrifice.
My father believes in country
the way that you believe in God.
Otherwise, why would you
tell the tech to give Sarah
l noticed this afternoon there were
splotches all over the page.
But l'm going to make this right.
l'm going to get you another kidney.
lt must be hard, being the new people,
being the invaders.
You can't fire me for having cancer!
That's five kinds of illegal!
l don't have anything left. Please...
- You don't have to catch me, Dad.
- Yes, l do.
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.
I heard... you got married on a sticker.
- Move. I need to lavage him.
- I need to put this up.
We'll go get you a nice cup of decaf.
And then my wife died and I gave up.
People are afraid to work with Stevens,
like she's gonna break.
You've got end-stage cirrhosis.
I can't ask you to do
something like that. It's...
I'd be happy doing lots of things. I
could open a day-care. Babies are cute.
- My dad needs a transplant, Mark.
- I get that, but...
If you want good meds, tell them
you have a headache, not stomach.
What we'd do is we'd surgically place
the silicone implant into the penis,
Sweetheart, I love Janey,
He's not my father.
Babe, you got some dirt on your neck.
having kids, your grandkids,
Dr. Bailey, I...
I don't camp! My parents were
lounge lizards. I was raised in a bar.
and I didn't have
my favorite scrub nurse.
So I thought
if I looked up your blood type
he was wonderful to me.
I'm a drunk, Meredith.
What kind of doctors are you?!
You're supposed to do something!
I'm alive right now
because people fought for me.
[Man] Well, it's your money.
We can't stop you.
given you everything,
and now he needs something
that you rewarded yourself...
with a drink.
And if we can get through this,
the door will be open for us
- I don't think she can handle it.
- I can handle it.
I'm gonna sit by her head.
I won't say a word.
I was wrong to do the surgery,
to put you on this case.
[Mr. Waller] Well, well, well.
Dr. Sloan, I'd...
The case where he kept his mouthguard,
you should open it.
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.
George is gonna die in the
army if we don't stop him.
It's shaped like texas. I
used to tease him about it.
Everything hurts,all the time.
Lost vitals twice,but b.P.'S
holding in the low 80s.
Go home. You need to go home.
- I... i'm sorry. - Okay,so
let's take a look at the x-Rays.
You have to tell her.
Yes,uh,in the waiting
room. I'll update you when i can.
I played the cancer
card. I'm gross. Whatever.
Has back pain bad
enough to cause vomiting.
- Maybe if you cried,you'd feel better.
- I-You just-Just,uh,you being here is...
Amanda. You have to go. We need the room.
You're sure about this?
That our ranng isn't coming up.
- They left her pack for you.
- She's got dozens of surgeries ahead of her,if she survives this one.
Lungs and heart are going
to portland medical center.
She does not want me...
burying myself in you.
They'd never even heard of burning man.
And that girl,that redhead is crying harder
than his mother,and she never even met him.
I am buying you time,you know?
I was about as good a friend to him as clara's friends,who keep
sending postcards from the trip that she'll never get to take.
Was he... you know... hung?
Any dizziness when you
stood up?Take a deep breath.
Uh,don't forget to sign the
discharge papers before you leave.
So... where did we leave
off,at the grand canyon?
" Or when i sprained my ankle...
"be more careful,darling.
Chief,i was just,um...
i was just wondering.
You're... this is c-
You're gonna regret this.
And when i win the harper avery and every other
prize there is,you will rue this day,chief webber.
I,um... am gonna write you a prescription
for an antianxiety medication.
Dr. Karev,change of plans.
We'll set up the scaffolding here.
- Dr. Hunt?
And george... my george...
He... he was very fast on his feet,and he could
think and act simultaneously under intense pressure.