Meredith: (opening voiceover) Every day a surgeon makes decisions that could go one of two ways. Either very good, or very, very, very bad. The problem is, the epically great decisions and the epically bad ones look exactly the same when you're making them.
Cristina: The weeping sisters have gone through every tissue in the building.
Meredith: Did you get the mother to calm down at least?
Cristina: I tried. But how was I supposed to pretend that what just happened wasn't the coolest thing I've ever seen? I've always been on the fence about the Kepner, but now I'm not just a friend. I'm a fan.
(Meredith leaves the room angrily)
Cristina: Was that about me?
Derek: No, it's me. The President called me and now I have to go back on a promise I made her.
Cristina: Oh good, better you than me.
Bailey: You had pizza for lunch, didn't you?
Bailey: You don't have to gossip with me, Ben Warren, but you better not start lying to me.
Ben: It was a burger.
Bailey: Ha! The plot thickens.
Callie: I know you're excited. You've been smiling since we found the house, and I have missed that smile so much. But three weeks ago, you were convinced we weren't going to last. I'm worried that you're thinking about how good it feels now and not thinking about the fact that I come with the house.
Arizona: You know why I smile when I think about that house?
Arizona: I look at that house and I don't see a hospital bed in our bedroom, and I don't see a shower that you had to drag me into because I wouldn't do it on my own. I see a tire swing, and a tree house. We may wake up in a year and realize it was a huge mistake. But if it works...oh my god. Just thinking about it makes me smile so hard my face hurts.
Meredith: (closing voiceover) Looking back, it is easy to see when a mistake is being made. To regret a choice that seemed like a decent idea at the time. But if we used our best judgement, and listened to our hearts, we're more likely to see that we chose wisely and avoid the deepest, most painful regret of them all: the regret that comes from letting something amazing pass you by.
When Leah is talking to Ben in the staff room and trying to get him to gossip, she is tying her right shoe. She puts her foot down and reaches into her cubicle when Bailey enters the room. The camera angle changes, and Leah has her foot propped up again, tying the same shoe.
When Bailey is in the staff room talking to Ben about his lunch, Leah's white lab coat switches from being spread across her lap to bunched up on one leg multiple times between shots.