No One Schools the Chief

No One Schools the Chief

Seriously. Don't front.
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Richard and Miranda in Class

Richard and Miranda in Class

Richard and Miranda in a photo from the January 31, 2013 episode of Grey's Anatomy.
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Richard, Miranda and Mer

Richard, Miranda and Mer

Richard, Miranda and Meredith in a photo from the January 31, 2013 episode of Grey's Anatomy.
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Bailey and Richard Picture

Bailey and Richard Picture

Bailey and Richard in a photo from the January 31, 2013 episode of Grey's Anatomy.
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Webber, R., Photo

Webber, R., Photo

James Pickens Jr. as Richard in another photo from the January 24, 2013 episode of Grey's Anatomy, "Walking on a Dream."
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Rich Webb Pic

Rich Webb Pic

James Pickens Jr. as Richard Webber in another photo from the January 24, 2013 episode of Grey's Anatomy, "Walking on a Dream."
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Words in the Hall

Words in the Hall

Richard has words in a photo from the January 24, 2013 episode of Grey's Anatomy, "Walking on a Dream."
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Richard and Bailey Pic

Richard and Bailey Pic

Richard and Bailey in "I Was Made For Lovin' You." This Grey's Anatomy episode airs 11/29/12.
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Bailey and Richard

Bailey and Richard

Bailey and Richard in "I Was Made For Lovin' You." This Grey's Anatomy episode airs 11/29/12.
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Richard, Chief

Richard, Chief

Richard Webber, who will always be the Chief to many of us, in the sixth episode of Grey's Anatomy Season 10, "Second Opinion."
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Jackson and Richard

Jackson and Richard

Jackson and Richard in the sixth episode of Grey's Anatomy Season 10, "Second Opinion."
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James Pickens Jr. as Dr. Richard Webber

James Pickens Jr. as Dr. Richard Webber

James Pickens Jr. as Dr. Richard Webber on ABC's Grey's Anatomy. This Season 9 cast photo was released by the network.
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Grey's Anatomy Quotes

Everything comes apart at some point. We all will. It's the law. It's what we're designed to do. We have to face it, and accept it, and try to hold it together for as long as we can.

Meredith

Freezing, choking, getting tongue-tied--there's a reason it happens. We lose our words because the stakes are so high and we have so much to lose. We're petrified of saying too much, or saying it wrong. When the truth is,the only wrong thing you can say is nothing at all.

Jackson