Meredith Grey Quotes
My husband is dead. Yeah, I'm gonna play that card.
Meredith: I hurt her feelings, and she's mad at me. I forgot I'm supposed to be her sister.
Alex: You're a complete tool sometimes.
Meredith: I've heard.
I came back, but I'm not home. And I really want to be home.
I didn't think I could do it. Part of me thought, what if I had this baby and just die? And then she arrived, and I saw her face, and I saw him in her. She's beautiful.
Bailey: You and Derek went down in a plane, you drowned, he got shot, you gave birth in a power outage...
Meredith: Is this supposed to make me feel better?
Bailey: I'm just saying, you have every reason to be distracted. Every reason to think the sky is falling.
Amelia: Owen and I are getting to know each other.
Meredith: How well? Pants on or pants off well? Is it just sex, or is there something more?
He's different. I don't know how to explain it, but I think he realizes what makes him happy and he's choosing it. And that makes me happy. I think this is his moment.
Bailey: Grey, look I had to try.
Meredith: For your patient, I know, but now that's dozens of transplant patients that you just screwed out of a chance.
Just because we can live without something, it doesn't mean we have to.
Derek: I am calling post-it, Zola, Bailey, the tumors on the wall, ferryboat scrub caps. I thought D.C. was everything. I was wrong. You... you're everything. I love you and I'm not going to stop loving you. I can't live without you. I don't want to live without you, and I'm going to do everything in my power to prove it.
Meredith: I can live without you, but I don't want to. I don't ever want to.
Meredith: It seems like you came home because you thought you were in trouble.
Derek: I came home because we're on trouble. I came home to work on us. I came home.
There’s this thing I used to do when I was a kid to my mom’s VCR. I’d take it apart piece by piece, then put it back together again. But inevitably, there was always a piece or two left over. Something I didn’t quite know what to do with. So, what do you do with that piece? Do you try to fit it back in? Do you try to make it work? Or do you decide you can live without that missing piece?