Grey's Anatomy Season 3 Episode 11: "Six Days (Part II)" Quotes
"So you're together but you don't talk to each other. Wish I could find that in a woman."ALEX
CALLIE: "George kissed me. Yesterday. One minute he's holding a urine bag, the next minute he's kissing me. You think he's just freaking out about his dad? Yeah, you're right, he's probably just freaking out, I shouldn't hold him to it."
CALLIE: "Did you not hear a word I said? I'm pouring my heart out here. Jeez, it's all about you isn't it? It's all about- Everything's about Addison."
ADDISON: "I aborted Mark's baby."
CALLIE: "It is all about you. Floor's all yours."
MEREDITH: "You're the messy one."
CRISTINA: "No, no, my apartment's messy, my locker's messy, but I am not messy. Sometimes you have like food and stuff in your hair."
IZZIE: "Food. Band-aids on your face. I still can see that indentation from the nose strip you were wearing last night."
MEREDITH: "How am I related to that man?"
CRISTINA: "What do you mean?"
MEREDITH: "Look at him. He's a mess."
MEREDITH: "He's a disaster. He's a stumbling, mumbling, clumsy disaster, with whom I have absolutely nothing in common. Not one thing."
IZZIE: "I hate to break this to you."
CRISTINA: "You do your own share of stammering yourself.
IZZIE: "Yeah, that nervous talking you do? It's actually a lot like him."
CRISTINA: "Uh-huh. Uh-huh."
MEREDITH: "No, it's not."
IZZIE: "You made me burn my french toast."
GEORGE: "You can buy new french toast!"
IZZIE: "It's at the bank, okay George? So just shut up about it already."
GEORGE: "It's at the bank? It's earning interest?"
IZZIE: "Did I just not say shut up about it already?"
GEORGE: "Izzie. It's real now. Money could travel. It could buy things. It could buy many, many things. That's a- It's a lot of money, Izzie!"
IZZIE: "Shut up about it, George!"
GEORGE: "I'm just saying. I'm just saying life is short. You know it's like cancer happens and surgery happens and you know, you got... rosebuds! You got 8.7 million rosebuds, Izzie! Now go spend some rosebuds, that's what I'm saying."
MARK: "Isn't it the same with all men?"
CALLIE: "No. Some men just like kids. To uh, to some men, family is everything."
MARK: "And you know these men?"
CALLIE: "I do. I know one."
MARK: "I would've made a terrible father."
MARK: "You think I'd be a terrible father?"
CALLIE: "I don't.. I don't.. Okay, do you like kids?"
MARK: "I don't know. It depends on how loud they are."
CALLIE: "Okay, do you like your family? I mean, are you a family kind of guy?"
MARK: "I don't really have a family. Derek... Derek was my family."
CALLIE: "Okay, well, what about birthdays and anniversaries. Do you remember those sorts of things?"
MARK: "No. I don't know. Sometimes."
MEREDITH: "Do you snore?"
MEREDITH: "It appears that I snore. My mother never did, so I was just... Forget it."
THATCHER: "I snore. I snore like a trucker. You get that from me. The wax earplugs work pretty good."
MEREDITH: "Is there a drawer of unopened cards somewhere?"
THATCHER: "I'm sorry. What?"
MEREDITH: "I just wanted to know... I've only ever heard my mother's version of the story of why you left and I... I was wondering if maybe you had the side I hadn't heard."
THATCHER: "Your mother moved to Boston. And uh, I wanted to.. but she told me not to call or come around and... Uh, she was.. eventually I got re-married and I... I'm sorry."
MIRANDA: "You paid $300,000 so that you could scrub in on this surgery?"
IZZIE: "I spent three... Have you seen that girl? Her life is miserable. She's desperate. She'll never have a date. She'll never wear high heels. She'll never feel normal. I spent 300 grand because it's a good thing."
MIRANDA: "I was hoping you would tell me you spent the money so you could scrub in."
IZZIE: "I'm both."
IZZIE: "I'm both. I'm a surgeon and I am a person who becomes emotionally involved. I will never again cross the line like I did with Denny. I have learned my lesson. But I'm still both, and I'm not going to give up either part of me. And I am not going to apologize for it."