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CRISTINA: [kicks Izzie awake]
IZZIE: "Dammit, what?!"
CRISTINA: "Hell hath no fury like a girl whose non-boyfriend screws a nurse."
IZZIE: "Bitch!"
CRISTINA: [smiles] "I like you bitter and pissed off. You're almost like a normal person now."

"A dog is not a replacement for a human being!"

GEORGE

PRESTON: "I made breakfast."
CRISTINA: "I don't have time for breakfast! I've got to round before anyone else if I want to get the good cases, you know that!"

GEORGE: "You know, you can't say that you weren't warned. Alex has always been Alex."
MEREDITH: "You dodged a bullet, Izz. You're better off without him."
CRISTINA: "Why are you even surprised? You sleep with a snake, you get bit."
IZZIE: "Thanks, guys... for the support."

IZZIE: [about Alex] "He's unbelievable. I'm so glad I never slept with him. Which is his loss. Because I'm really good in bed. Mind blowing. Mind-blowingly good in bed."
CRISTINA: "Are you trying to seduce us?"
IZZIE: "And he sleeps with Olivia, instead of me. Olivia?!"
GEORGE: "Hey, I slept with Olivia."
IZZIE: "Well, then you both have bad taste."

GEORGE: "She just smiled at me!"
IZZIE: "A, this is not a competition. And B? My quint kicks your quints' asses."

[narrating] "Forty years ago, the Beatles asked the world a question. They wanted to know where all the lonely people came from. My theory is that a great many of the lonely people come from hospitals. More precisely, the surgical wing of hospitals. As surgeons, we ignore our own needs so we can meet our patients' needs. We ignore our friends and families so we can save other people's friends and families. Which means that, at the end of the day, all we really have is ourselves. And nothing in this world can make you feel more alone than that."

MEREDITH
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Grey's Anatomy Season 2 Episode 11 Quotes

GEORGE: "She just smiled at me!"
IZZIE: "A, this is not a competition. And B? My quint kicks your quints' asses."

[narrating] "Forty years ago, the Beatles asked the world a question. They wanted to know where all the lonely people came from. My theory is that a great many of the lonely people come from hospitals. More precisely, the surgical wing of hospitals. As surgeons, we ignore our own needs so we can meet our patients' needs. We ignore our friends and families so we can save other people's friends and families. Which means that, at the end of the day, all we really have is ourselves. And nothing in this world can make you feel more alone than that."

MEREDITH
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