Meredith: (opening voiceover) The adrenal system reacts to stress by releasing hormones that makes us alert and reactive. The problem is, the adrenal system can't tell what's a regular case of nerves and what's a real impending disaster.
Arizona: So you're gonna wear flats?
Callie: Oh, I'd be happy to wear flats.
Arizona: Oh, no, you wouldn't because then you would feel dumpy.
Callie: Oh-ho. Did you just call me dumpy?
Arizona: Can you just for one second admit that you know what it is I'm talking about?
Callie: Okay, I know it's hard. It's hard all the time, and this is just one more reminder. But you are so, so beautiful. Yeah, people stand next to you and immediately feel bad about themselves. It's a public service that you're a couple of inches shorter. It is a kindness to every other woman at that wedding that you are just one tiny bit less beautiful.
Doctor: Okay, everything off from the waist down, we got a nice paper table cloth for you, I'll be right back.
Derek: You know, I was thinking about telling Lizzie, if you're okay with that.
Meredith: I think it's still kinda early.
Derek: Yeah, but she's doing this thing for me.
Meredith: She'll tell your whole family.
Derek: Well you told Cristina!
Meredith: I haven't!
Meredith: There's no point. I'm probably gonna miscarry anyway.
Meredith: I'm just stating the facts. I have a very unstable uterus. I'm just being realistic.
Doctor: Ready to take a look?
Derek: Yeah… You know, there's still a lot we can do to support the pregnancy, even with our history?
Doctor: Of course. You've got some risk factors, but we're gonna watch you like a hawk… There we go. Hi baby!
Alex: And where do you think I got the idea to do something like that?
Arizona: What are you talking about?
Alex: You. I'm trying to be like you were with me. You let me try crap so I got confidence in myself. That's what I was trying to do, not treat the stupid morons like the stupid morons that I think they are.
Arizona: I gave you opportunities. I also gave you a boatload of encouragement and support. I didn't drop-kick you into the deep end of the pool, and yell, "Swim, idiot." You're a teacher now. Your students fail, you've failed.
Bailey: You know, ten years from now, if the marriage is strong, I'll look back at today and say, "It was just a little bit of cold feet." If we're in a nasty divorce, I'll say, "I knew it was a mistake the day we got married."
Webber: You think it's a mistake?
Bailey: I just feel worried. I never felt that way with Tucker.
Webber: You were a child when you married Tucker. You're an adult now. You know the world's an ambiguous place. You know that love doesn't conquer all. It conquers some stuff. The other stuff kicks the living crap out of love.
Bailey: And this is the pep talk?
Webber: Overwhelming doubt is a problem. A little bit of doubt is just a sign of an intelligent adult.
Alex: Look, you can't go crying to my damn boss every time you get scared. You can't cry at all when you get scared because it's scary in there all the time.
Jo: I just thought, maybe after I blew the appy, I'd be a good target if you needed to pin something on someone. It's paranoid. I get that. I don't always trust people who are trying to help me.
Alex: Yeah, yeah, you're a beaten dog and you bite people who try to feed you. I don't give a crap about your sad story. You want to be a surgeon, you need to get the hell over it. You burned a bridge with me. How about you grow up before you burn a bridge with every other attending who tries to teach you something?
Meredith: Everything went smoothly. Your vitals are great. And Derek is awake, he's in good shape.
Lizzie: Meredith, I'm pushy. I get that. Some people find it endearing and some people really don't, but… You don't have to want Derek's truckload of sisters in your life.
Meredith: Yeah, you were a pain in the ass. And I barely know you. Okay, so… I'm not very good at this, but I'm gonna try. I'm gonna show you something, but you have to promise not to tell a family.
Meredith: Okay. (shows her the ultrasound picture)
Lizzie: You? Really? We're having a baby! Yay!
Meredith: (closing voiceover) The body doesn't know the difference between nerves and excitement, panic and doubt, the beginning, and the end. The body just tells you to get the hell out. Sometimes you ignore it. That's the reasonable thing to do. But sometimes you listen. You're supposed to trust your gut, right? When your body says run, run.