Aired 9 years ago - May 16, 2013
Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital enters crisis mode as the storm rages, resources become scarce and patients flood in by the busload. Meanwhile, one of the doctors fights for their life.
The patient's already under.
- Dr. Grant, extension 2-2-7-9.
- Yeah. Okay.
The pit says we have to suspend
evacuations due to the weather.
Keep the tiny human makers happy, right?
Well, don't panic. It's
just a power outage.
I know the generator should be on.
To do what? I can't operate in the dark.
will hyperextend its neck,
That's the low-battery light, right?
Four units A.B.-Neg.
since James' mom died on Christmas.
and you can have whatever you want.
Well, you once said that about marrying me.
He's just perfect.
Dr. Ryan, it's an emergency.
I got it. I have my finger on the leak.
The machine, it... it
won't open without power.
Find the source of the bleed.
Actually, it's pretty easy.
You can. You've seen me do it.
Dr. Ross, your...
A bus crashed. This is an emergency.
I did everything she said.
Can you see him?
Hold it right there. Hold
it right there for me.
His apgars are good.
and scare you.
So if you change your mind, then...
How's Meredith? How's the baby?
- I don't know, except I did.
- After all that's happened this year,
Aired 9 years ago - May 09, 2013
The doctors of Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital prepare for a super storm heading towards Seattle. Owen's desire to be a parent gets stronger as he becomes closer to Ethan. One wrong move puts the lives of Meredith and her baby in jeopardy. Meanwhile, Jo looks to Alex for help in a moment of crisis, and one doctor gets the shock of her life.
A lot. Thank you.
- So I will, um, I'll meet you...
I wasn't gonna lie, Owen.
People will come looking for shelter.
Why? Why? I caught it.
Yeah, book an O.R.
He could bleed out.
Dr. Bailey, I'm thrilled that you're back
Whoa! Whoa! Stop! Stop! Stop!
Shut it off! Shut it off!
- I will think...
- You are gonna think of me.
This is dangerous work,
people. So everybody out.
He brought in a friend with a brain bleed.
- Yeah. Okay.
Because you're weird, and it bugs me.
Oh, God. This is taking too long.
Sounds to me like Avery is chicken.
Because you're an intern.
If I stop, I'll lose the order.
I have Paul Dawson's C.T. angio results.
Because it's a thrombus...
I'm sorry. I didn't mean to hurt Jason.
Help. Help me.
hold pressure on the femoral arteriotomy,
sometimes you just need
to rip off the band-aid.
so that you'd be great.
Doctors, it's time. It's happening.
What is going on?
yeah, well, no, I... I knew...
It was beautiful!
I mean, tell me he
wouldn't have been worse off
I'm afraid it's done more harm than good.
- This was an amazing day.
You're threatening him?
because he's Derek, and
it took me a little longer
And it pretty much uproots everything.
Engineering, report to admitting.
I don't think there's anything you can do.
Aired 9 years ago - May 02, 2013
The doctors reach out to Bailey but she continues to shut everyone out; after an incident with Ethan's grandmother, Owen fears the child could end up in foster care. A new craniofacial specialist arrives at Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital to work on a
young patient. Meanwhile, a magician's assistant is rushed into the ER after a magic trick goes terribly wrong.
CALLIE: Who's Lauren?
Dr. Rymoff, call 566...
The first one didn't count.
I wasn't ready.
RICHARD: The kidney's shredded.
There's nothing to salvage here.
The sooner we get her to ICU,
the better a chance she'll have.
And this will help with her arm strength.
You should've thought of that
before you added
Don't answer that.
Hi. Can you help me?
(GRUNTS AND VOMITS)
Alex's little broken heart
wishes you both would shut up.
Cherise, I'm her husband, okay?
I know. I get it! I get it!
Or it's her way of saying
"Leave me alone."
And he's with Dr. Grey on that
chain saw lady.
Abdominal compartment syndrome.
So if we're lucky, in several weeks,
something may or may not happen.
You know, I just flew out
a facial reconstruction specialist that...
Yeah, but since you're here,
we could watch and learn.
Yes, he screwed up. He knows that.
He should've had your back more.
let's start a flumazenil drip, now.
to reverse the effects of the zolpidem.
You know, I...
So that's what you're worried about,
not being on my service? Nice.
No. No, no, love.
Just a few more minutes, okay?
I mean, if she can eat without
a stomach, she can probably still drink.
Hey, you want to go to Joe's?
Cristina, it's been an hour.
MAN: Did you scrub?
MEREDITH: It's a third one.
Neither should you.
Uh, she said these were
Let's just focus
on finding a solution for right now.
Because I'm the head of the hospital.
What are they, hazel?
- You made the flight?
- Yeah, just barely.
Your intern exams are coming up soon.
It doesn't happen again,
but nobody knows that.
Aired 9 years ago - Apr 25, 2013
Bailey finds herself at the center of a CDC investigation surrounding the death of several of her patients, as Jackson and the rest of the board members argue over how to address the crisis with the public. Meanwhile, Cristina teases Alex about his
unspoken feelings for Jo, and Owen continues to take special care of Ethan as the condition of his parents remains uncertain.
It's not uncommon after a trauma
Whoa! That's a lot of fingers.
we've looked at the grafts.
I am not.
That's my sister-in-law's.
Jane, good news.
Stop, Al! Just stop!
It's not funny.
He's fine when he's in utero,
but once he's out...
This whole situation is high risk.
but my parents told me
Okay, beginning with Joyce.
Then I closed.
Actually, I do have one.
You're pregnant. Why take the risk?
Spoken like a true scientist.
as your scrub nurse on
Mr. Lepik's surgery.
So did you put the cap back on
the toothpaste or didn't you?
We're... on a break. Wait. Wait.
But we should cross that
bridge when we get to it.
This is a real story.
- Coming through! Clear the way!
Mm. Could it have been the ice cream?
Her fractures were complicated,
but hopefully, with therapy,
The O.R. has been tested. It's clean.
Yang says that's to be expected.
just gotta keep trying.
a-a l-little blood loss.
staphylococcus aureus USA600.
Dr. Miranda Bailey
I'm sorry that you're hurt. Okay?
I was hurt and I acted like an idiot.
It could have happened
to any one of us, Bailey.
Where were you when
my patient was alive,
Aired 9 years ago - Apr 04, 2013
Upon receiving some unsettling news, Meredith and Derek take preventative steps for their children’s future; a group of Syrian doctors arrive at Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital for a crash course in basic surgical skills that they plan to apply in the
field; and April decides to come clean to Matthew regarding the truth about her virginity. Meanwhile, multiple pre-op patients develop infections, causing one doctor to wonder if she is at fault.
I'll go clean it off.
Yeah. Yeah, they're losing a lot of kids.
so many of our instruments,
we-we cannot use
then we're gonna have to
figure out another way.
So Cristina and then
which one of your sisters
Now that is a solid voting block.
When it runs out in two weeks,
Okay, you better go through
What did you do?
so I figured it wasn't...
You don't want to do this.
I just can't be a mom.
Mr. Lepik, I'm Dr. Webber.
Since you won't have a stapler,
He's a unicorn.
Well, it's a disaster plan.
Most disasters don't happen.
We will cross that bridge
when we come to it.
He's on I.V. antibiotics,
but he's gonna need surgery.
Why can't I stay here
like we did last night?
because I forgot to shut the stove off
to-to worry about this one little thing,
Why didn't you talk to me first?
let them know what we know so far.
if we can all relax and
be patient about it.
You should find
a specialty where you shine.
Just use peripheral vascular instruments
Uh, limited growth,
excessive sleeping, and eating.
I had Bailey do my genome.
nobody's ever saying yes to your proposal.
Yeah, you're... fake sick.
Honesty's not all it's cracked up to be.
Aired 9 years ago - Mar 28, 2013
A gas tanker explodes on a Seattle highway, causing multiple injuries, including paramedic Matthew. Meredith and Jo help a frantic mother whose child is suffering from a mysterious illness. Owen bonds with a young boy whose parents are in critical
condition. Meanwhile true colors are revealed when Alex is forced to work with Jo's boyfriend on an ailing patient.
It's just, now I'm thinking
about your breasts.
Oh, god. Thank god.
I just knew it wasn't a virus.
Take a look.
So I'm with you guys today.
I did. I called him. Hold my hand.
and go into shock or
bleed out or something...
when you're there with your genome stuff.
So cou I give the kid a time frame?
and I just want him to like me.
And then we can figure out the rest later.
at Seattle Pres and urgent care...
I'm sorry you have to
stand there for so long,
Are you a psychiatrist?
- You have to. You have to.
- Hey. Hey, hey, hey.
No, no. No, I have to... I have to work.
Uh, find an O.R. That's available. Okay?
but again, the rash
associated with enterovirus
I need to know which parent I take after.
Well, hey, look at it this way.
the one thing I was
really looking forward to.
Should I sleep or should I shower?
I just have to pull myself together.
Uh, therapeutic hypothermia,
just 24 hours.
Brooks, why don't you step up
but this feeling won't go away,
Yes, I have it all ready to go,
What-what's going on?
Y-you're scaring me.
I just want to curl up in a ball, do...
I'm Dr. Callie Torres.
so I've spent a lot of time thinking about
Do you think that I would
make a decision that is not
Aired 9 years ago - Mar 21, 2013
As the hospital continues to make positive changes under the new management, the doctors begin to realize that owning a hospital comes with its own set of problems and responsibilities. Meanwhile, Meredith worries about the wellbeing of her unborn
baby, Callie and Arizona try to get the spark back in their relationship, and Alex gives Jo‘s new boyfriend a run for his money.
And, uh, these coffee sleeves--
excellent thermal retention.
Did you cry?
When can we use it?
We're gonna do everything we can--
- I think I have just the procedure for you.
And I'll take them out,
and you'll be on your way.
Uh, Matthew's never...
And I-I'm not a corrupter.
Oh. It's calcified.
but we can't take the artery.
I'll channel you.
It'll be fine.
God, you can retract and
resheath before you deploy.
just sitting there going to waste.
Dr. Jason Myers to proctology.
Dr. Grey, these are
some of my students,
or get me someone who does!
I'm probably not even
gonna make it to finals.
you're gonna say,
"please don't make that face, Callie.
For hours, I tried
to cast like I'd practiced.
And the only way
to get through it
What I need from you is $12 million
Cristina, please talk to it.
You'll very likely
want to be one, too.
which I've made to you
Let's find that marble,
and the rest of you,
I'm just-- I'm really happy for Bailey.
I deal with residual limbs
every single day.
Three, two, one.
15 scans to get that much
No, don't, don't, don't,
don't you do that!
what else could you do to--
to help him?
Page me with updates.
Aired 9 years ago - Mar 14, 2013
The discord and chaos created by the hospital's new management team causes one physician to question his future at Seattle Grace. Meanwhile, the doctors and the interns must juggle several transplant surgeries at once, each coming with its own set of obstacles.
But no one expected them to come in
You may need to decline this one.
Yeah, he was an internal medicine resident
I'm donating my organs.
Word is I might be out of a job,
I am not a lawyer and
I am not an accountant.
We've only been getting
dialysis for, like,
He walked out.
You shouldn't have told him.
Pegasus put all these protocols in place,
Well, he doesn't need a heart.
Right now I have to
talk with my supervisor.
Dr. Immerman to peds I.C.U.
And I didn't want to have
to spend valuable minutes
to stop fighting it.
Mm. This the D.C.D. guy?
It's called a domino transplant.
Okay, sir. You need to sit down.
Where is everybody?
Because when you anoint yourself king,
"Donated kidneys coming from
outside a certain radius"
You are not doing it now, Richard.
is so far in the past...
will only have five minutes to open me up
he wants to save a-a
17-year-old girl in Idaho
and he'd like to do it in silence.
He's the boss. Now move.
I'm sorry you have to think
of us as your bosses now.
Nobody blames you for hiring the plane.
- Come on.
- Okay, thanks.
- Thank you, doctor.
You ever say something
and then a minute later,
Okay, thank you, doctor.
Aired 9 years ago - Feb 21, 2013
As word of Seattle Grace's financial trouble spreads, Catherine encourages Jackson to move to Boston, and the interns fear they might lose their jobs. Meanwhile, the doctors meet with a potential investor in a last-ditch effort to save the hospital, and Alex impresses Jo while caring for a patient.
Aired 9 years ago - Feb 14, 2013
As the hospital spirals closer to financial ruin, Owen must make some tough decisions, which includes foregoing an expensive surgery that could save the life of a child. Meanwhile, Alex and Jo work together to save the life of an infant, and April asks Jackson for dating advice.
She would say yes to this.
It's mine, but she's gonna wake yours.
No, no, no, no, no. Let's... go ahead.
Cahill said it would be some brochures,
Oh, well, now I'm totally sold.
Draw .8 of etomidate.
So... we are going to...
I'm gonna raise that baby.
If we can identify
the specific D.N.A. sequence
'cause if not, we're in trouble.
- That is so stupid!
Yes, we can.
We both know how that can turn out.
Look, tell him exactly what you told me,
Some of us are talking about...
It's just... more trouble
than it's worth, right?
It's okay. Go.
Chief, I just wanted to ask you again
I asked him about
the feasibility of our idea.
the property and business taxes,
They will sue him.
Before that, I didn't
think that I ever would
No, I mean, it's...
it's not an interesting story.
Every doctor and every
patient here knows that.
I want to wait another day
to see if A.J. improves,
I tried to put on
the smile and knuckle down
I'm just saying it could work.
But I really like him,
How? There's nothing that we can do.
I'd like to tender my resignation,
- so we can come up with the money.
- I know. I know.
And I can completely understand
I am, too.
there's-there's no way
Aired 9 years ago - Feb 07, 2013
Competition heats up as several of the doctors fight to become the new face of Seattle Grace; April brings in an emergency case, and Jackson and Alex work with a transgender teen couple. Meanwhile, the hospital implements new policies which test the patience of the staff.
with no E.R.,
Pre-rounds went well. Got your scans.
Thank you! Thank you!
Thank you! Thank you!
I-I... no, I was born a her,
and Jess was a him.
I'm a sophomore, and Brian's a freshman.
A full gender reassignment?
Why not? Cahill deserves it.
You've done plenty.
She's barely out of high school...
This is who's buying us.
I had no idea about...
on to your last face transplant patient?
We need to load and go.
- So I can arrange...
- Absolutely not.
Oh, god. It's like...
That could take us down the wrong road,
You want to belong. Okay.
I just snagged a monitor,
April, what's going on?
If this kid dies because
you brought Red along
Well, I knew we were gonna need meds.
Is this the group from
Pegasus you mentioned?
There's no time. Cahill's on
her way down her right now.
Whatever you can find, the biggest.
I didn't realize you stopped practicing.
About orthopedic surgery? That's great.
So you can punish us however you want.
But it means nothing
if there is no hospital.
He met me
Yeah. No, we can't. The walls have ears.
Aired 9 years ago - Jan 31, 2013
As Derek and April work around the clock to find a solution for the hospital, Cristina struggles to respect the wishes of a family whose son is dying. Meanwhile, Arizona empathizes with a teenager who faces problems similar to her own.
To that end, I have brought in
Dr. Darrell Nesbaum
Is her mom here?
Dr. Hunt, I sent contractors
to measure the E.R. space.
Emergency medicine is the front line.
Okay, so you do the talking,
It's quick, clean, efficient.
may the odds be ever in your favor.
And I knew that if I worked really hard,
been best at something.
Oh, yeah. Ignore it.
hanging out in your underwear,
Ever been to a TED conference?
Lucky for this guy his
chain saw slipped today.
colloids, and factor VII to pump
up his intravascular volume.
When the good cop's namby-pamby
approach gets us nowhere.
and I've already had
inquiries from a dozen more.
from a smack in the mouth.
that you would die for it...
Can I have a headlamp, please?
I'm just saying, he's 19.
You're gonna swing your legs to the side
you made me so I could walk again,
how I can focus so much time on hernias
Wait, wait. Grey, stop.
I can assure you that all of our blood
I... didn't. I mean, just... a ti...
I hate her.
You never administer anything
to a patient without my orders.
this is designed to make the hospital run
I don't want you dinging my doors.
May as well swallow
your poison berries now, Webber,
Don't you think every patient
How'd it go?
And I was scared and in pain
or I will drag your ass out of this bed.
We figured it out.
Aired 9 years ago - Jan 24, 2013
The Seattle Grace doctors are on edge when a new medical professional enters the hospital; Arizona struggles with the emotional and physical pain of a phantom limb; and while battling pregnancy hormones, an overly-emotional Meredith is confronted with her worst fear.
Alana Cahill. I'm a physician advisor.
In the meantime, I'll leave you
the lab work I didn't forget.
Shame to see it go.
I am so... so sorry.
Well we're gonna run some scans
So what brings you back?
he's gonna kill me.
Okay, um, take that to path. Stat, please.
This is Alana Cahill.
in a part of me that no longer exists.
Callie knows all this. What does she say?
The sick ones.
So now I'm starving and I gotta look
I'm dying, she makes it about her.
So... second trimester, huh?
Energy cannot be created or destroyed,
as close to the knot as possible
And that you let me finish
the surgery on my own.
I just want everything to go well.
if another liver becomes available
He... still thinks I'm the golden boy.
Just trying to be everywhere at once.
What... what's the point here?
All he has to do is carry a cooler.
So, Wilson, what do you see?
I want you to get the basin
where, very soon,
you have every sick kid in Africa
I screw this up, I'll have
to replace the mitral valve,
is not welcome in my O.R.
And your waiting room is clear.
She means, she's glad the program
Thank you so much for coming.
I have no intention of cutting it.
This allowed me to see
that in either case,
and some of us don't have
a few million to fall back on.
but it was your job to judge me
when you were my teacher.
Aired 9 years ago - Jan 17, 2013
Meredith, Derek, Cristina and Arizona receive big news regarding the plane crash lawsuit, Richard avoids Catherine's romantic advances and Jackson takes on one of Mark Sloane's old patients. Meanwhile, Derek begins recovery on his hand.
but I don't even think of her like that.
He's not a 13-year-old girl.
He's the chief of surgery.
You like that,
throwing Murphy on my service?
So that is what you're gonna do today.
You and Owen, are you
guys a thing again or...
Shouldn't we do something,
like celebrate or...
Leonard Olsen, 67, came in via E.M.S.
You were Sloan's guy.
That's all we need to know.
And I have a different plan,
and then they always end up pregnant.
She knows she needs to
focus on her studies.
She's on my service. Relax.
Uh, depends. What's the thing?
and just be here right now.
This is the guy who
swallowed all the pennies.
Uh, yeah. Hold on for one second.
Your husband's scans show that a rib
Dr. Ramsey has a chiari
So you don't get to...
What? It's genius.
I occasionally get carried away
while engaging in athletic...
Forgive him anyway.
Sloan... telling me I was weird looking.
without poles or vaginas
dressed up in rhinestone?
Fine. You're on. 1,000 bucks.
Oh, I'm headed that way myself.
Hey. Maybe he can't get it up anymore.
that gave me a bad, bad infection,
Derek played ping-pong.
and sad and wrong,
but it also feels exciting.
And I'm happy, so let's celebrate.
Oh, well, I didn't. Now I do.
just do it.
Aired 9 years ago - Jan 10, 2013
Bailey puts her wedding day on hold and continues her efforts to save Adele's life, Cristina and Owen remain undecided about their pending divorce, while Arizona and Callie try to get their spark back. Meanwhile, the hospital becomes inundated with a group of bikers after a horrible accident.
Aired 9 years ago - Dec 13, 2012
As the rest of the doctors prepare for Bailey's wedding, Richard helps her through a bout of pre-wedding jitters. Meanwhile, Lizzie butts heads with Meredith, and Callie and Jackson try to convince Derek to participate in a risky surgery that could fix his hand.
Now can I go hang out
with Zola in day care?
- Ready to take a look?
Maybe I have something
to jitter about.
We have to do an open procedure
'cause he's got adhesions
One drink, and you're doing
blunt dissection, 'cause that'll tear it.
You're afraid that the sight
That's the most beautiful
sentiment I've ever heard.
Or we could just be focused
on the happy couple.
What just happened?
You know we're family, right?
My version of family
isn't like your version.
I'm kind of bringing a date.
The rest of us are just
scrapping for second position,
Up in the skills lab, I was doing...
Get over here and grab the retractor
so we can put the device back in.
No, they make you feel
tall and confident
a couple of inches shorter.
and in light of the fact
that you think your job is on the line,
so that the case is stronger.
Which is great, I'm glad,
Dr. Kepner asked me.
It would've been risky
no matter who did it.
to stay off the roads.
- You've got nothing to worry about.
You want to be a surgeon, you
need to get the hell over it.
Who's gonna tell Dr. Shepherd
that he'll never operate again
What the hell was that?
I thought this was
just minus a leg.
I just need five minutes
with none of you touching me.
- It started about 45 minutes ago.
- Oh, God! It hurts.
Aired 9 years ago - Dec 06, 2012
The new batch of interns find themselves involved in all the drama at Seattle Grace: Meredith asks Heather to go above and beyond to help fix Derek's hand; Cristina starts a healthy competition between Stephanie and Leah, which inadvertently leads
to a medical emergency for Cristina's patient; Alex sees Jo in a new light as they work to save a baby's life, and April teaches Shane a valuable lesson during "lumps and bumps" duty.
Aired 9 years ago - Nov 29, 2012
Cristina and Owen continue to figure out their relationship amidst the pending lawsuit; and Bailey argues with Ben over plans for their upcoming nuptials. Meanwhile, Callie recruits Jackson to help find a solution to Derek's hand, but he is preoccupied by a shocking situation with April.
There will be no mints.
We're going to the courthouse,
Why, you looking for some
Yes, and based on the history,
and fell pretty hard into a perfume stand.
And we're done here.
and we'll know in five minutes.
As we stand here and argue,
his nerve is dying.
We'd had success with a very
complicated procedure months earlier.
This is not the man
we let an intern practice on.
No. I just got lost
Right away, doctor.
Here we go.
- And before that?
- He was normal.
- You pushed to have me back.
What about a cupcake tower
instead of a cake?
And sitting... I also get bored sitting.
We'd be "mint to be," committed.
I have no idea.
Is this your signature, Dr. Hunt?
I just want to be clear here.
I guess I should've been on the pill.
He probably found another
Karev, can you
take this over for a second?
so they're just gonna send him home.
should there be this much bleeding?
like nothing was different,
Come on. No. No.
makes him believe it'll all be okay.
We have a house.
We get a big yard.
- You want it back?
the body doesn't want to accept
the new organ.
Thank you. Thank you, God. Thank you.
you fought me to teach her.
is punishable by termination
and financial penalties.
I wouldn't be able to show up
to work again.
so do you mind finishing the salad?
Aired 9 years ago - Nov 15, 2012
As the doctors continue with their lawsuit, they’re forced to confront the realities of their injuries. Meanwhile, Bailey tricks Arizona into helping her with a pediatric case, and Cristina tries to find normalcy in her new environment.
- Oh, God! What happened?
- He's distended,
Mm-hmm. Last time you threw up all over us,
He really pushed to get you here.
That is three and a half
out of four apples!
bring you a copy of the chart?
or my mother in that way,
The husband formerly known as
Owen is now just my employer.
You still doing it with Avery?
Be that way.
Um, I've got no residual injuries,
Since many of you will
wash out or be fired,
with, uh, the use of anabolic steroids.
with these crazy bodies now.
I don't know. He wasn't lying.
I deserve more respect than that.
So you just--
you know how...
and tomorrow, you're gonna wake
up with zits all over your face.
I will find out what happened to that chart
He's in surgery. He said to page you.
I'm gonna let the ceiling thing go.
My mother replied to your e-mail.
How was I supposed to stand up?
until I read the chart.
my head's been run over
by a truck or something.
He was skinny, yes, and awkward, but...
by a patient who pukes all day,
You don't have free reign
Ugh. Come on.
making sure she hears from me,
we can treat the migraines.
you shouldn't have hired me back.
Because I felt like I failed you.
And stop acting like I don't
have any feelings, okay?
Yeah, and you know what she told me?
Folks, we're not going after the pilot.
Aired 9 years ago - Nov 08, 2012
In this Meredith & Cristina-centric episode, the two friends continue to cope with life after the plane crash and their ever-growing responsibilities at their respective hospitals. As Meredith juggles taking care of Zola with a case that hits close to home, Cristina assists Dr. Thomas on a challenging heart surgery.
Aired 9 years ago - Oct 25, 2012
Aware that Derek might never operate again, Meredith stops talking about the surgeries she's performing. Meanwhile, Richard calls on Dr. Catherine Avery to help him perform a complicated procedure, as things continue to heat up between Jackson and April; and Arizona's struggle to accept her fate forces Callie and Alex to face their guilt.
Uh... Wait, did you see her?
Did she see you?
Good morning. David Moore.
I'm your prosthetist.
You know, it's no big deal. Parker is fine.
This is Dr. Catherine Avery.
Then a few months ago, everything
sort of just blew up.
- I'm in.
Janet, believe me.
All right. Well, that's my job, too.
I have your back.
- Scrotal lymphedema?
I mean, his way minimizes
the risk of recurrent shunt.
and don't bring him in?
All right. Keep trying, folks.
Nobody gets it the first time.
falls on her shoulders...
There's a fellow
in our gynecology department
Aw. That's so sad.
The big kind?
You said, "Enjoy him while you can."
What does that mean?
or because he doesn't know how?
won't stop asking me why I look so tired.
Prove it. Prove me wrong.
- You lied to me.
- I didn't.
Now if this doesn't feel right,
I'm here because this is my job.
My wife is bubble wrapping me.
Yeah. Yeah, well, a version of it.
Just so you know,
I did not bully April Kepner
What about it?
- Just turn it in, like this.
This guy Barnett's
a one-man wrecking crew.
- That's funny.
- No, it's not.
There's a whole lot less of you
under that blanket.
how two people can be drawn together
How was your day?
Aired 9 years ago - Oct 18, 2012
The survivors from the crash are asked to make an almost impossible decision that will affect the rest of their lives. Meanwhile, tension grows between Jackson and April after they're forced to work together, and Alex tries to restrain himself with one of the interns.
Did anyone else see
Dr. Hunt in the barnyard?
I'm a-also glad
I purchased jeggings.
What? I do. It's hot.
I want to know everything
that's gonna happen to you.
- Just one. When?
- I'm sorry?
so the tibial nerve's
probably still intact, right?
and thousands of dollars
looking for answers?
That you join me in the O.R. very soon.
I hope you won't be offended if I tell you
Oh, so you're talking to Owen?
Maybe she's worried you'll
slaughter someone out of habit.
but it means a series
of pretty big operations
which is really sweet
or would be really sweet
I was wondering if it would be possible
Because it was our fault that,
uh, she died.
- Oh, yeah. You got... You gotta hear it.
I am a grown ass man. She's a grown woman.
I need my interns to actually work.
I say, we have until tomorrow.
I mean, I've tried to
suture myocardium before
he would've died waiting
for a heart transplant,
I-it's not a decision
I should be making for you.
there's still a lot of
swelling and bruising.
How am I not getting this?
I should go.
So let her.
What happens to all this?
I'm, um, I can't...
Entitled, ungrateful children,
and they should know better.
And she's very nice.
You know what happens when
someone lets go of your hand?
I d... I didn't like her. So I fired her.
- who smells like this!
- Get off of me! Get off of me!
Aired 9 years ago - Oct 04, 2012
In this flashback episode, return to the site of the plane crash and watch as each doctor tries to cope with the heartache and injuries caused by the crash. Meanwhile, back at Seattle Grace, everyone struggles to find a bit of normalcy amidst the chaos.
Stuart. Short-bowel syndrome kid.
Arizona's not gonna lose her leg,
I said no more damn restraints!
Say something, please.
Meningioma. Patient is female,
44 years old.
No, don't. That could occlude the sinus.
- Well, fingers crossed.
Yeah, but if the graft doesn't take,
The combination of extreme exhaustion,
dehydration, and exposure
When you're back on your feet,
you'll go back to work
I kept trying to help him,
Well, yeah, I am. I'm fleeing,
like bambi from a forest fire,
Like the past five years
has never happened?
No, you're not.
And he's making inappropriate
sexual comments to Brooks.
It's actually why we're people,
I can't bring a baby in the I.C.U.
He needs to see her.
so don't say anything to him.
No, this is you.
I'm gonna have to say...
Just take me home.
in a couple of months
when he can handle solids,
So I kept wondering...
Hey. What's wrong?
Arizona, I'm not.
You are not doing anything.
I don't think I'm ever
gonna get Cristina back.
I have to go.
Um, I'm going to Hopkins.
Temp's 104, serum lactate is 6.
Well, don't go crazy, but...
♪ I died a little bit inside ♪
♪ I'll find somebody ♪
Aired 9 years ago - Sep 27, 2012
The doctors of Seattle Grace are faced with the aftermath of last season's plane crash. As they try to move on with their lives, they must learn to adapt to the changes, cope with their losses and move forward with their relationships and careers.
How often should her calcium
levels be monitored?
Listen... I wish I could put off Hopkins
I can't tell if it's unstable or not.
You always had to be the first.
Hey, are you filming this?
Uh, the intern appy... you got your guy?
They call you something else now.
Dr. Thomas can chew your ear right off.
It's not what you're thinking.
It's not like last time
Unless you're the patient.
Not... I'm good to go, Torres.
Uh, and grandpa's labs came back.
Why? Because this surgeon is 103.
But, you know, you're
a creature of your generation.
You want to backseat drive, also fine.
The plastics posse's... gonna live on...
would only prolong the moment of death,
His final request was
that only comfort care
♪ The end ♪
I am, uh...
No, why is she so mean?
don't stand around in hallways and cry.
navigating the waters and all.
Are you serious?
No, not yet.
You've been... happy.
Good-bye, Dr. Bailey.
Don't make this my problem.
- You just made it.
♪ How's my heart supposed to be ♪
We have to get past this.
Isn't he coming to see you?