PRESTON: "How's your father O'Malley, anything new?"
GEORGE: "He needs an endoscopy, and Bailey won't let me be the intern on his case. But she said I could pick someone else, and I was wondering if Cristina could be the intern on his case."
CRISTINA: "Why?"
PRESTON: "That shouldn't be a problem."
CRISTINA: "Uh, yes it is! We have corartendoctonectomy scheduled at noon."
PRESTON: "I'll push it, O'Malley's father deserves the best!"

GEORGE: "I can't believe you just decanulated a heart all by yourself."
CRISTINA: "I didn't decanulate the heart by myself. I assisted Dr. Burke, who decanulated the heart."
GEORGE: "Why are you being modest? Modest looks weird on you."
CRISTINA: "It's no big deal, George."

IZZIE: "You've got sunscreen and insect repellant? And, oh, you're gonna need a shovel to bury your poop."
GEORGE: "Izzie, I'm not five. Will you zip me up?"

"A slap fight?!"

GEORGE & ALEX

GEORGE: "Hey, have you noticed anything going on with Burke?"
ALEX: "No."
GEORGE: "Cause before I thought I saw - what are you doing? You don't use bait when you're casting. It's gonna fall off before it hits the water. Here -- what are you?"
ALEX: "She's sleeping with Sloan, dude."
GEORGE: "What?"
ALEX: "Callie. She's sleeping with Sloan."
GEORGE: "No she's not."
ALEX: "Yes. Torres is doing Sloan!"
GEORGE: "Take it back!"

GEORGE: "Are you okay?"
PRESTON: "Absolutely."
GEORGE: "Because, uh-"
PRESTON: "We're here to fish, remember?"
GEORGE: "Right."

PRESTON: "How are you and uh, Dr. Torres doing these days?"
GEORGE: "Good. She doesn't know it yet, but we are. We... Excellent really. For a while, uh, she wanted, uh, a certain level of commitment, and I just didn't feel that way. I was ri- Now I am though."
PRESTON: "So you're stepping up."
GEORGE: "I am stepping up. You knew right? It was the right time. With you and Christina?"
PRESTON: "Right."

GEORGE: "Noelle was born with two uteruses. Uteri."
ADDISON: "Uteruses."
GEORGE: "Uteruses."

MEREDITH: "What the hell has happened to us?"
GEORGE: "We are now the people that the people we want to be with avoid. Great."
MEREDITH: "We have careers to think about. We don't need attention from them with perfect hair."
GEORGE: "You know, we should make a pact. There's no more dating."
MEREDITH: [nodding] "No more Derek. No more Callie."
GEORGE: "Just a hundred percent focused on our work."
MEREDITH: "They're dead to us."
GEORGE: "They're freakin' corpses to us. "

GEORGE: "Okay, I'll be Cristina for you, if you'll be Izzie for me."
MEREDITH: "Deal. Derek had a woman in his trailer last night. She was ugly, very ugly, except she was tall and beautiful. And he was naked.
GEORGE: "Oh. McDreamy was doing the McNasty with McHottie? That McBastard. Uh, how was that?
MEREDITH: "That was good."
GEORGE: "Really?"
MEREDITH: "Yeah."
GEORGE: "Excellent."
MEREDITH: "Okay. Chanelling Izzie. Go."
GEORGE: "Okay. Um, Callie... she won't forgive me. Uh, she won't talk to me. She dumped me. Which is, uh, I don't care about, you know, at all..."
MEREDITH: "Good, because you deserve better. You do. I mean... You. Are. George. I mean seriously. Seriously. Seriously! Was that Izzie optimistic?
GEORGE: [pauses] "Yes, it's very Izzie."

CALLIE: "Did you just call me a pig?"
GEORGE: "No, not anymore. Now I am the pig. I'm the pig. I am the pig."

CRISTINA: [looks at board] "I'm so sorry. This is completely illegible. I'm gonna like... why don't you just write it properly? Can you please give me a minute?"
GEORGE: "She's writing on the OR board."
ALEX: "Maybe I should sleep with Burke."

Grey's Anatomy Quotes

Amelia: I think I'm falling in love with Owen Hunt, and I'm really afraid that it's gonna destroy me.
Derek: It wouldn't be love if it didn't.

When we say things like "people don't change" it drives scientist crazy because change is literally the only constant in all of science. Energy. Matter. It's always changing, morphing, merging, growing, dying. It's the way people try not to change that's unnatural. The way we cling to what things were instead of letting things be what they are. The way we cling to old memories instead of forming new ones. The way we insist on believing despite every scientific indication that anything in this lifetime is permanent. Change is constant. How we experience change that's up to us. It can feel like death or it can feel like a second chance at life. If we open our fingers, loosen our grips, go with it, it can feel like pure adrenaline. Like at any moment we can have another chance at life. Like at any moment, we can be born all over again.

Meredith