Ellis: He's with her. He's with that woman.
Meredith: I don't think he is. Not any more.
Ellis: He is. I mean, why would he do that? He loves me! I mean, why would he go back to her? I gave up everything for him!
Meredith: Mom. Mom, look at me. This happened a very long time ago, this is not happening now.
Ellis: It's because I have a daughter, isn't it? He always said he didn't want kids. I should have never had a kid.
Mr. O'Malley: If things go wrong, the life insurance papers are in the second drawer in my night stand, and my magazines are in the garage with the truck mags.
George: Your magazines?
Mr. O'Malley: Get them outta there so your Ma doesn't see them.
George: Your magazines?!
Dr. Hahn: You remind me of myself when I was an intern.
Cristina: I do?
Dr. Hahn: Focused, intense, cold, and I don't mean that as a bad thing, cold is good. The dating, the friends and the family -- if you ask me, it's all overrated.
Chief Webber: Miranda, you raise them. You raise them like ... like children. And some of them make mistakes. And some of them disappoint you. Some of them ... do you know what kind of strength it must have taken Yang to come to me? To report on an attending? On her boyfriend? You could see how much she's grown. You raise them, like children. And some of them turn out exactly like you, Dr. Bailey.
Chief Webber: Up until now, I have not yelled. I have not yelled because you were a guy in trouble and I was supporting you. But now, I am yelling! I am yelling very loudly! I want to retire Burke! I want my wife back, and I passed the torch to you. I passed the torch to you and you blew it out!
Burke: I know I let you down.
Chief Webber: Burke, I’m tired. I’m tired of you men acting like boys. You let me down. And if you don’t let Derek fix that hand, you’ll let yourself down.
Derek: If only every love triangle could be fixed with a scalpel.
Mark: You would've come after me with a 10 blade a long time ago.
Meredith: (closing voiceover) At the end of the day when it comes down to it, all we really want is to be close to somebody. So this thing where we all pretend to keep our distance is usually a load of bull, so we pick and choose who we want to remain close to and once we've chosen those people, we tend to stay close by no matter how much we hurt them. The people that are still with you at the end of the day, those are the ones worth keeping and sometimes close can be too close, but sometimes that invasion of personal space can be exactly what you need.