Torres was readying herself for work at the hospital when a male friend knocked on her door and informed her that he was helping Arizona Robbins move her belongings into Torres' apartment. Torres, with a displeased expression on her face, stepped out into the hallway only to find Robbins surrounded by boxes and bags, sporting a happy smile. Robbins said that she was there to move in and to work things out with her former lover. Torres snapped back that she did not want to see Robbins and to get her crap out of her apartment immediately. Torres stated that Robbins was not trustworthy, was emotionally unstable and she wanted nothing to do with Robbins, so just get out! Torres turned on her heel, slamming the door in Robbins' face...Read the full recap
Meredith (opening voiceover): People are really romantic about the beginnings of things. Fresh start, clean slate, a world of possibility. But no matter what new adventure you're embarking on, you're still you. You bring you into every new beginning in your life. So how different can it possibly be?
Meredith (after the pregnancy test is negative): Well, I am going to get ready for work.
Derek: Next time.
Meredith: It's not gonna work, baby doesn't wanna set up shop in a hostile uterus.
Derek: No, it's gonna happen, we'll just have to... keep doing it until we get it right, right?
Cristina: Try again. It could be a false negative. It could be too early. What is it? Day ten?
Cristina: Yeah, totally early. Pee on a bunch of different sticks. Don't let the one stick win.
Meredith: Well, it's a scienctific test, I hardly think I can bend it to my will.
Cristina: I'm doing three surgeries today. Did four yesterday. I'm unstoppable and you got defeated by a piece of plastic covered in urine. Buck up.
Cristina: First year med students. Too dumb to find the toilet. (Mer laughs)
Richard: Good morning. Behind me stand the interns and residents of tomorrow. Today you will show them what it's like to a surgeon. When you go into surgery, they go into surgery. When they have a question, you will answer.
Cristina (whispers): It's like court ordered community service.
Meredith (whispers): I'd rather be picking up trash off the side of the highway.
Owen: Dr. Torres.
Callie (aggravated): What?!
Callie: Well, you said my name.
Owen: Just as a good morning type thing.
Callie: Where's the stupid meat wagon?
Jackson (walks up to them): Morning, Dr. Hunt. Dr. T...
Cristina: Sorry about that, sir.
Richard: Oh, that's fine. That's exactly why I like seeing first year med students here once a year. It reminds me where I started. ... Humility. That's another good quality for a chief resident. Wouldn't you say, Dr. Bailey?
Bailey: It was always one of my best qualities.
Richard: Also, it's funny when they fall down.
Teddy: I'm sorry, I really am.
Henry: You're also angry. That I put you as my emergency contact.
Teddy: This was supposed to be about paperwork. Life and death decisions, it wasn't part of our deal.
Henry: I'm forty-two years old. I lost my mom and dad four and five years ago, respectively. And my sister lives in Prague, which is a longer story than you want to hear. And when I talk to her, I tend to air on the side of 'how are the kids? And everything here's great' because she's broke and because my health thing is... It's exhausting. I used to have a best friend but he married and woman who made sure I knew that my health thing was exhausting. Because I kept maxing out my insurance policies, I had to switch jobs about nine times, in the past five years. So I've always been the new guy in the cubical by the bathroom who takes a lot of sick days. That's not a guy people make friends of. It's not my intention to make you feel sorry for me. It's my intention to apologize and to explain that in the city, you're the closest thing that I have to a friend. That's why I put you down as my emergency contact. Not because of the fake marriage, but because I consider you a friend.
Meredith (closing voiceover): It's all anybody wants, right? Clean slate. A new beginning. Like that's gonna be any easier. Ask the guy pushing the boulder up the hill. Nothing's easy about starting over. Nothing at all.