Addison: Derek, are you done hurting me back? If not, I need to special order a thicker skin.
Bailey: Dr. Kent.
Dr. Kent: Yes.
Bailey: I'm the surgical resident assisting you today. I know you're subbing in from Mercy West, so if there's anything I can do to help you --
Dr. Kent: Look I'm only here for one day and I don't need my ass kissed. All I need is to tell you what to do and you do it. And I don't like mistakes.
Bailey: I don't make mistakes.
Dr. Kent: Whatever, there's only one resident I want in my OR; a guy they call the Nazi. Do you know him?
Bailey: The Nazi?
Dr. Kent: He gets a great word of mouth, stellar rep, balls the size of Texas?
Bailey: That big. Sounds like an impressively talented man, this 'Nazi.'
Dr. Kent: Do you know him or not.
Bailey: Never heard of "him" but I'll be sure to keep an eye out.
Dr. Kent: For now you can work on smaller cases. A guy just came in to curtain 3. Page me if you get confused.
Bailey: I'll be sure to do that. (to Meredith, as Dr. Kent walks away) Like I said the stupidity of the human race.
Bailey: You are a surgical junkie. Go home!
Richard: Adell is already mad. I'm in trouble no matter what ... and there's a wipple happening in OR2.
Bailey: Go home, right now!
Richard: You know this kind of treatment is the reason they call you the NAZI!
(Dr. Kent's eyes open wide and he spins around to look at the Nazi he has been looking for all day and sees Bailey)
Bailey: Happy Thanksgiving.
Cristina: Joe thank God!
Joe: Hey this is my boyfriend Walter.
Cristina: Whatever. Tell me you brought liquor.
Joe: I brought pie. Pumpkin.
Cristina: You’re a bartender!
Joe: Did you bring scalpels?
Episode Title: Thanks For The Memories
"Thanks For The Memories" is a song by Frank Sinatra.
Cristina: (on the phone with George)
Burke is going all "Iron Chef" in the kitchen.
The Iron Chef
is a Japanese television program made by FujiTV. It became a cult favorite in the United States when it was picked up by the Food Network and was the basis for the show Iron Chef America
George: I’m in the woods with shotguns, liquor and car talk. It’s like deliverance out here.
Deliverance is a 1972 motion picture drama starring Burt Reynolds. It tells the story of four business men on an ill-fated canoe trip in the deep backwoods of America. When two men of the team get kidnapped by two mountain men, one wielding a shotgun, the trip takes a turn for the worse.