Callie: Why are you defending Meredith?
Callie: I get Izzie. I mean I don’t, but if you want to defend Izzie that’s fine. I don’t get how you can defend Meredith.
George: Hey. We’re interns. We started out together. Meredith, Izzie, Cristina and me we started out together.
Callie: George, that woman hurt you as badly as anyone can be hurt. You were devastated when I met you.
George: They’re family. Izzie, Meredith and Cristina, they’re my family. I can hate Meredith and I can be angry at her but I’m always gonna defend her.
Callie: So you don’t have to forgive Meredith but I do?
George: If you want a chance to be part of the family, yeah.
Addison: I know what you're going to say Richard, but if you knew the day that I had --
Webber: Everybody in this hospital has those days Addison, and no one makes a scene in front of their peers. Get it together. (pause) Addison.
Addison: I can't compete. He's not having an affair. He's not trying to hurt me. He's just... The only people who don't know that Derek loves Meredith are Derek and Meredith. How do I compete with that?
Addison: What they're doing is not about love, Derek! Well, it's like you.
Derek: Excuse me.
Addison: Yeah, how you pretend to love me, but really you're just using me to fill this need you have to be a good guy.
Derek: Now's not the time to talk about this. We'll talk about this later.
Addison: Oh what, you walk away, that's all I get?
Derek: Just calm down, please.
Addison: What, what, you're not going to yell at me, call me names, or, I don't know, ignore me in an elevator?
Derek: What do you want from me, Addison?
Addison: I want you to care. I sleep with your best friend, and you walk away. He comes out here from New York and rubs it in your face, and still you get a good night's sleep. What do I have to do? Oh, I know. Maybe what I should do is go out on a date with the vet because that seems to be something that sends you into a blind rage. Oh but wait, that won't work either because I'm not Meredith Grey!
(with Deborah and Neil after the shooting; Neil is trying to get Deborah back)
Cristina: That’s how they do it with the “I love yous” And the “moving in with mes” and the suck you in and the pressure is off and the minute that you actually need something you totally deserve, forget it it’s not gonna happen. Because they’re gonna pass you over for surgery or they’re gonna duck behind you when someone’s shooting!
Deborah: You’re very, very bitter.
Will: God. If I could say something to that guy and not get fired --
Bailey: He can’t fire me. (to Brad) Uh, Mr. Evans. Brad. I’m happy for you that you’re not feeling much pain from your very minor injuries but there are a great many people in this hospital who are in a great amount of pain. See they have bullets in their bones, in their chests, and in their brains. Bullets from a gun that was aiming for you and although they can’t say it because you’re the boss of them but most of them at this moment not that they’ll live, not that the pain will subside they’re praying to God at this moment for you to shut the heck up.
Meredith: (voiceover) In life we are taught that there are seven deadly sins. We all know the big ones... gluttony, pride, lust. But the thing you don't hear much about is anger. Maybe it's because we think anger is not that dangerous, that you can control it. My point is, maybe we don't give anger enough credit. Maybe it can be a lot more dangerous than we think. After all when it comes to destructive behavior, it did make the top seven.