Meredith (opening voiceover): The skin is the largest organ in the body. It protects us. Holds us together. Literally lets us know how we're feeling. The skin can be soft and vulnerable. Highly sensitive. Easy to break. Skin doesn't matter to a surgeon, we'll cut right through it, go inside, find out the secrets underneath. It takes delicacy and sensitivity.
Lexie: Did you find out Bobby Corso's weight?
Lexie: So who won your stupid pool?
Lexie: Bailey? She bet in your pool? After all of that. Are you kidding me? My god, the hypocrisy!
Cristina: Hey, what are you doing?
Meredith: Um... Bobby Corso's labs.
Cristina: You're still on fatty-fatty two by four? Not fair!
Meredith: Now I understand the sensitivty training.
Cristina: Yeah, no fat jokes.
Bailey: Yang, you're off the case.
Cristina: I said no fat jo--
Alex (about Lexie): What's her problem?
Meredith: She cares, that's her problem. She cares about you.
Alex: She doesn't. It's not like we're a thing.
Meredith: Well, you should make it a thing or put a stop to it.
Bailey: (trying to convince a 700-pound man to have surgery) You have a baby on the way. Think about that.
Bobby: Who do you think I'm thinking about? When you...you dream of having a kid, you picture yourself playing ball with him. You picture her standing on your feet while you dance around with them, you know? You don't picture them bringing you food and...cleaning you up. I can't walk four steps to go to the bathroom! You tell me, who deserves that guy as a father? I just...want to be gone before the kid has a chance to know who I am. Don't tell my wife about this, okay? Let's just tell her it's too risky. Let me go home.
Alex: Mrs. Corso, I'm sorry about the thing in the cafeteria--
Melissa: It's easy to make jokes about him. You didn't know him before. You don't know that inside all that is the same man I've always known, to make me laugh when I can't breathe. He's been trying to make you guys laugh all day, but you're too disgusted to even smile, or joke with him, make him feel like a person. I brought him here because I thought you would help him, but you're only making him feel worse. So unless you want to tell me the next step to getting him out of here and home, I don't need to hear anything from you.
Meredith (closing voiceover): No matter how thick-skinned we try to be, there's millions of electrifying nerve endings in there. Open and exposed and feeling way too much. Try as we might from feeling pain. Sometimes it's just unavoidable. Sometimes, that's the only thing left: just feeling.