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#308 : Epanouis et Rayonnants

Scénario : Gabrielle Stanton, Harry Werksman Jr - Réalisation : Jeff Melman
Guest stars : George Dzundza, Kate Burton, Steven W. Bailey, Tim Griffin, Ray Ford, Greg Pitts, Matt Winston, Myndy Crist, Paul Cassell, Martin Yu, Annie Campbell, Brooke Bryan, Brad Sachs

Le père de George a un grave problème de coeur et le moment arrive de choisir le meilleur chirurgien pour cette opération. Pour George, cela ne peut être que son ami et très célèbre Dr Preston Burke. Burke sait que ce genre d'opération le rend nerveux. Cristina pense qu'en le faisant ensemble, ils y arriveront mais Burke n'est pas aussi sûr qu'elle. Meredith et Derek recommencent à travailler ensemble en tant que couple et Derek et Addison travaillent d'une façon plus civilisée depuis leur divorce. Un patient vient pour avoir une opération de chirurgie esthétique pour que sa petite amie l'aime plus. Une fille arrive aux urgences avec de multiples blessures. Sa mère veut que la baby-sitter s'en aille mais la jeune fille la préfère à sa mère.

Guest stars : George Dzundza (Harold O'Malley), Kate Burton (Ellis Grey), Steven W. Bailey (Joe), Tim Griffin (Ronny O'Malley), Ray Ford (Ray, le secouriste), Greg Pitts (Jerry O'Malley), Matt Winston (Frank Jeffries), Myndy Crist (Diane Hanson), Paul Cassell (John Hanson), Martin Yu (Résident), Annie Campbell (Anna, la babysitteuse), Brooke Bryan (Mia Hanson), Brad Sachs (Technicien)

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Titre VO
Staring at the Sun

Titre VF
Epanouis et Rayonnants

Première diffusion
16.11.2006

Première diffusion en France
05.06.2007

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MEREDITH: (narrating) Many people don't know that the human eye has a blind spot in its field of vision. There's a part of the world that we are literally blind to.

(Meredith and Derek are taking a bubble bath.)

MEREDITH: What did I say?

DEREK: Seriously.

MEREDITH: Seriously.

DEREK: Seriously.

MEREDITH: Seriously, we're taking it slow.

DEREK: We can take it slow. We can take it incredibly slow.

MEREDITH: We're taking it slower than that. We're starting fresh.

DEREK: And starting fresh means no sex because?

MEREDITH: Because we started with sex last time and it didn't go very well. Plus the waiting is fun. From now on I wanna be bright and shiny.

DEREK: Bright and shiny, huh?

MEREDITH: (narrating) The problem is, sometimes our blind spots shield us from things that really shouldn't be ignored.

MEREDITH: Mom. The nurses tell me you haven't been eating.

ELLIS: No time. I've been in the OR all morning. And i've got back to back surgeries the rest of the day, so....

MEREDITH: I'm sorry I haven't been visiting it just...

ELLIS: Look I don't have time to coddle you right now. I'm trying to save lives here. Do you understand. Do you?

CHIEF: Dr. Grey.

MEREDITH: Chief.

ELLIS: Richard! (She goes to hug him and receives some baked goods in a box.) For me? You shouldn't have.

CHIEF: The nurses said she hasn't been eating.

ELLIS: Oh you wonderful man.

CHIEF: I'm interrupting. I'll go.

MEREDITH: No, chief. You stay. I'll go.

MEREDITH: (narrating) Sometimes our blind spots keep our lives bright and shiny.

MEREDITH: Today is the day people. Today is the day when dark and twisty Meredith disappears forever. And bright and shiny Meredith takes her place. You're probably not going to want to be friends with me anymore cause the sheer intensity of my happiness will make your teeth hurt. That's okay, 'cause life is good. Life is good. What's going on? (Everyone is gathered around George, who has someone's chart.)

IZZIE: George's dad was admitted last night.

MEREDITH: Oh my God, is he okay?

GEORGE: He's fine.

IZZIE: He passed out, hit the floor and fractured his clavicle.

GEORGE: His clavicle is fine. Callie said... she said it's fine.

MEREDITH: Are those his AM labs?

ALEX: Complaining of severe abdominal pain.

CHRISTINA: He doesn't have peritoneal signs, that's good.

BAILEY: Has anybody seen......

GEORGE: I was just looking at it.

BAILEY: Don't you think me reading it is more important than you reading it?

GEORGE: Sure. Fine. He's going to be fine.

BAILEY: You're on SCUT today. You'll be distracted.

GEORGE: No I wont...

BAILEY: Family members do not treat family members. SCUT.

CHRISTINA: I'm scrubbing in on a surgery with Dr. Burke this morning.

BAILEY: Of course you are. Karev, Sloan. Grey, pit. Stephens shadow Karev. And let me remind you again of the rules of your probation.

ALEX: I think she knows the rules Dr. Bailey.

BAILEY: No touching patients, no talking to patients, no rolling your eyes at patients...or your superiors.

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DEREK: Hey, good morning Addison!

ADDISON: What's that supposed to mean?

DEREK: It's a greeting. Used in civilized cultures in their civilized environments.

ADDISON: You're smiling.

DEREK: It's called happiness. I understand why you wouldn't recognize it.

ADDISON: Wait...So we're being mature about this?

DEREK: Yes. We are going to peacefully co-exist in this hospital. Unless you've reconsidered moving back to New York. (She smiles a negative.) Okay then, peacefully co-exist.

ADDISON: Interesting.

DEREK: Yes, we're adults, we're educated, I think we're capable of many many things. Come on let's shake on it. (She is still wearing her wedding rings.)

ADDISON: So I'm still wearing the rings. I think they're stuck.

DEREK: Have you tried soap? I hear it's good and slippery. (He bursts into laughter.)

ADDISON: You are a very strange person Derek.

DEREK: I am just bright and shiny, Addison, Bright and shiny.

CALLIE: No, so then I just popped his shoulder back into place. He didn't even flinch. Your brother is hard core.

GEORGE: Callie, what are...

BAILEY: Looks like you've got a full house Mr. O'Malley.

MR. O'MALLEY: Just waiting on the wife. She's in DC chaperoning a field trip. She'll be back tonight.

CALLIE: His clavicle is still hurting, so I added PRN morphine every 4 hours.

BAILEY: And I scheduled your endoscopy for this afternoon.

BROTHER 1: And endo-what?

GEORGE: Scope. It's like....a camera.

Brother 1; That sounds dangerous. Is it dangerous?

GEORGE: It's not dangerous.

BROTHER 1: I asked the doctor.

BROTHER 2: Yeah let the doctor speak Georgie.

GEORGE: White coat....let's look at the white coat.

BROTHER 2: What about an x-ray. 'Cause I had that once and I feel like....

GEORGE: Shut up....just both of you shut up.

BAILEY: O'Malley.

ALL 4 BOYS: What?

(They all burst in to laughter.)



MARK: Ah, excellent. My invaluable intern. Is it bring-a-hot-blond-to-work day? Nobody told me.

IZZIE (coughing): Sexual harassment.

ALEX: Dr. Stephens is shadowing me today, so...

IZZIE: What case do you need us on?

MARK: It's a really tragic one. Just this morning I found out that I have over two weeks worth of dry cleaning that needs to be picked up STAT.

ALEX: That's it? Cool.

MARK: See, we're like a well-oiled machine, you and me. I also need you two to get me a sandwich from that pathetic excuse for a deli, Karev you know the one I like. But go easy on the mayo this time. I think you're trying to kill me.

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GEORGE: I don't see why I can't at least help with my daddy's endoscopy.

BAILEY: What about "no working with family" do you understand?

GEORGE: I'm not asking to do the procedure...

BAILEY: Fine. Pick an intern.

GEORGE: What?

BAILEY: I'm being kind. You want an intern assigned to your dad's case? Fine. Pick an intern. Right now.

(George walks into Burke's surgery. Christina is taking the lead.)

BURKE: Good. Now we want to place the partial Occluding clamp on the aorta. Slowly. Good. Now we want to make sure all the grafts are deaired before you remove the venus and aorta cannulus.

GEORGE: He's letting her decanulate the heart by herself?

NURSE: Freaking unbelievable, huh?

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BAILEY: What do we have?

EMT: Mia Hanson. 5 year old female, crush injury to the abdomen. Blunt trauma to the head. Her BP is 90/60. Pulse is 110

DEREK: How was she injured?

EMT: Backed over by her mom's SUV.

ANNA: She's uh... her blood type is A- and she's allergic to penicillin and wheat... I'm so sorry Mia, I am so sorry baby.

MEREDITH: Has she had anything to eat today?

ANNA: Um cereal this morning around 6:30.

MEREDITH: Okay, Mrs. Hanson, we're going to take care of your daughter.

MRS. HANSON: I'm Mrs. Hanson, Mia is my child. Anna is just the nanny who ran over my daughter.

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DEREK: I'm going to examine your neck okay?

MEREDITH: It's okay Mia, my name is Meredith. And Dr. Shepherd and Dr. Bailey are just trying to see where you're hurt.

MR. HANSON: What happened?

MRS. HANSON: She ran over Mia in the drive way.

MR. HANSON: She what?

ANNA: She wasn't supposed to be in the driveway...Mrs. Hanson told me to go get some milk and i...i didn't see her.

MR. HANSON: How do you not see a child standing in the drive way? Where were you?

MRS. HANSON: What?

MR. HANSON: Where were you that you couldn't watch Mia for five minutes?

MRS. HANSON: I was supposed to be in court.

MR. HANSON: Oh so you were on the phone.

MRS. HANSON: I was letting them know that I was going to be late.

MR. HANSON: Instead of watching Mia?

MRS. HANSON: Oh so now this is my fault?

BAILEY: Hey! It's the car's fault okay? SUV's have blind spots the size of Jupiter. And all this yelling and fighting and placing blame is not going to help your child.

MRS. HANSON: Is she going to be okay?

DEREK: She has blood in her ear canal. We need to get her upstairs for a CT.

ANNA: It's going to be okay, baby girl.

MRS. HANSON: Get away from her. Now.

ANNA: What?

MRS. HANSON: Get out.

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GEORGE: I can't believe you just....you just decannulated a heart all by yourself.

CHRISTINA: I did not decannulate a heart by myself. I assisted Dr. Burke, who decannulated a heart.

GEORGE: Why are you being modest? Modest looks weird on you.

CHRISTINA: It's no big deal George.

BURKE: How's your father O'Malley? Anything new?

GEORGE: He needs an endoscopy. And Dr. Bailey won't let me be the intern on his case. But she said I could pick someone, and I was wondering if Christina could do it.

CHRISTINA: Why?

BURKE: That shouldn't be a problem.

CHRISTINA: Yes it is. We have a corotid endorectomy at noon.

BURKE: Oh. I'll push it. O'Malley's father deserves the best.

GEORGE: Thank you Dr. Burke.

BURKE: Not a problem O'Malley.

CHRISTINA: Your dad better get something interesting wrong with him real fast.

GEORGE: You're sick. You're a sick, horrible person.

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IZZIE: Tell me again why you put up with this crap?

ALEX: Cause one day he's going to crack and let me in on a case.

IZZIE: Are you sure you want to do plastics that badly?

MARK: There you are. Did you go all the way to New York for my pastrami?

ALEX: Extra spicy, extra lettuce, low on mayo.

ADDISON: Mark... what are you doing?

MARK: Lunch. You want my pickle?

ADDISON: Seattle Grace is a teaching hospital. And part of your job is to teach. Your interns aren't your slaves.

MARK: Fine. No pickle for you.

ADDISON: Did you see that?

CHIEF: Hmm?

ADDISON: Sloan! He's using his interns to pick up his dry cleaning.....and his lunch.

CHIEF: I have to do an endoscopy.

ADDISON: What the hell is going on with the men in this hospital?

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MARK: How you doing Mr. Jeffre's.

FRANK: Oh Frank's doing okay. He'd be doing a lot better if the twins were even.

ALEX: The twins?

FRANK: Frank's new pecs.

IZZIE: Who is Frank?

FRANK: You're looking at him (He wink)

MARK: Frank, these are interns. Apparently this is a teaching hospital. I'm supposed to be teaching them. Karev?

ALEX: Frank Jeffres is post op day 3 for pectoral enhancement surgery. There was a slight complication when a seroma formed.

MARK (yawning): And what is a seroma?

IZZIE: It's a build up of blood and fluid unDerek the skin. Sorry.

MARK: That concludes today's teaching. A tube was inserted into Mr. Jeffres chest to drain the fluid. I want you to monitor him, check the tube for fluid output and change his dressings. Dr. Stephens.....i guess you can....watch.

ALEX: Actually Dr. Stephens is an excellent Doctor.

MARK: Yeah. That's what I hear.

GEORGE: You decannulated a heart this morning.

CHRISTINA: I did not...

GEORGE: Yes you did. And when we were fishing, I noticed something wierd with his hand like it had a spasm...

CHRISTINA: Okay why are you even saying that? It's not funny.

GEORGE: I didn't say it was funny, I said it was wierd. And him letting you decannulate a heart is wierd.

CHRISTINA: Um you should sit with your father, cause if you want something to worry about, you should worry about him.

GEORGE: My father is fine. He's good. Don't... this is Burke. Do you think that... (She walks away)

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MIA: I want Anna

MEREDITH: Mommy and Daddy are right here. We're just going to take some pictures. Okay. this is a big camera.

MIA: I don't like it.

BAILEY: Grey, keep her still.

MRS. HANSON: Mia, baby, It's okay,. mommy's here.

MIA: Where's Anna?

MRS. HANSON: You need to be still.

MIA: I want Anna.

MRS. HANSON: How about I sing the goodnight song? And you pretend it's bedtime and stay still okay? Goodnight Mia, goodnight mommy, goodnight daddy...

MIA: No, you're singing it wrong.

MRS. HANSON: I am? I'm singing it wrong?

MIA: I want Anna.

MR. HANSON: She's in the waiting room honey, I'll get her.

Mrs Hanson: John. Let's all sing it together okay?

MIA: No, I want Anna.

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JERRY: So you pick a car.

CALLIE: Okay, um 1968 mustang Gt fastback.

JERRY: That's interesting. That's hot... very hot... the car.

RONNY: Right... Georgie, how's dad?

GEORGE: Fine, they're not done yet but he's fine. Can I talk to you Dr. Torres?

CALLIE: Sure.

GEORGE: What are you doing?

CALLIE: I'm talking to your brothers.

GEORGE: You don't have to do that.

CALLIE: It's okay I don't mind. I'm pretty sure Ronny and Jerry both have a thing for me. I was going to go with Jerry 'til he went all1957 Bel-Air. I was like... really?

GEORGE: Thank you for trying to help out with my family. But it's really not necessary.

CALLIE: George, I'm kidding about your brothers... I'm kidding about your brothers, come on.

GEORGE: Callie I'm serious. I can handle my family on my own. You broke up with me, remember?

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(George watches in as the procedure begins.)

BAILEY: We may have to do a partial nephrectomy.

MEREDITH: Do you think you can save Mia's kidney?

BAILEY: Only if we can stop the bleeders. Here, cauterize as I go. Thank you. You poor baby. It's not going to be an easy recovery.

MEREDITH: Well with parents like that, she didn't have it easy to begin with.

BAILEY: People do the best they can Dr. Grey.

MEREDITH: They don't know their kid's blood type. They don't know her favorite song. People want high-power careers. I get that. But they should think twice before having kids. Oh! I'm sorry, I didn't mean..

BAILEY: What that I should be home with my baby instead of here with this girl and an intern who can't cauterize bleeders?

MEREDITH: Dr. Bailey...

BAILEY: If I were you Dr. Grey, I would keep my eye on the surgical area and my mouth shut.

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BURKE: O'Malley, how's it going with your dad?

GEORGE: Good. The chief's doing the endoscopy so he's in good hands. That was an amazing surgery this morning, how you let Christina decannulate the heart.

BURKE: She shows tremendous promise as a cardiothorasic surgeon.

GEORGE: She says she didn't do it.

BURKE: Probably didn't want to rub it in. Make anyone jealous.

GEORGE: We're talking about Christina. Everything alright with you?

BURKE: I'm fine.

GEORGE: Cause if anything ever wasn't you know you could talk to me right? You've been through a lot lately, getting shot...it can't be easy.

BURKE: Yeah.

GEORGE: Has is not been easy?

BURKE: I'm fine. Send my best to your dad.

GEORGE: Okay.

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ADDISON: Hey.

DEREK: Hey!

ADDISON: So this mature thing, how far does it go?

DEREK: Meaning what?

ADDISON: Meaning is it pleasantries in the hallway or do we actually interact?

DEREK: I don't know, that sounds drastic.

ADDISON: I'm worried about Richard, he's been down lately.

DEREK: Well he's separated from his wife. That usually doesn't make a person giddy. Except in my case.

ADDISON: I think he needs someone to talk to.

DEREK: So talk to him.

ADDISON: No I think we both should. You know, so he knows he has people to turn to.

DEREK: Cause he's a little depressed?

ADDISON: No because I don't think he's spoken to Adele in weeks, he's our friend and he's always been there for us.

DEREK: Once you get divorced, doesn't that mean that your wife is supposed to stop nagging you? Maybe if you took the rings off it would help.

ADDISON: Are you going to come with me or not?

DEREK: Fine, yes. I'll come. Let's do it.

ADDISON: Good. And I'll try soap. For the rings I mean.

DEREK: Okay.

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FRANK: Oh yeah... that's what I'm talking about. Look at you! Do they still look lopsided? From the seroma?

ALEX: No it looks like most of the swelling has gone down.

FRANK: Yeah? Oh yeah. Hey Dr. Stephens would you take a look at the twins? Frank would like a woman's perspective.

ALEX: You're just looking.

(Izzie looks at Frank's chest.)

IZZIE: Uh yep. Looks pretty even to me. Very defined. And the redness should go away in a couple of days.

FRANK: Good. Frank got them for his girlfriend. He doesn't want her to see them until they're perfect.

ALEX: Your girlfriend asked you to get pec implants?

FRANK: No Frank's girlfriend joined a gym and got a trainer named Lars. What kind of name is that....Lars?

IZZIE: So you got fake pecs cause you're jealous of a guy with a fake name?

FRANK: My last girl friend, Leena, left me for a guy with hair, so I got plugs. This time Frank's not taking any chances. Frank sees the signs of discontent, Frank's fighting back.

IZZIE: I don't know. I just don't get the whole fake boob thing, no offense.

FRANK: No these are top of the line. They look real they feel natural. No really. Feel them, really. Feel them.

(Izzie pokes his chest.)

IZZIE: Ooh, very solid.

FRANK: And real.

IZZIE: I don't know about that.

FRANK: Well compare them to his (He points to Alex.)

ALEX: I'm not involved with this.

IZZIE: Oh don't be such a baby.

(He lifts up his scrub top and Izzie puts one hand on each guy's chest. In walks Mark.)

MARK: This... this is why I don't work with interns.

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BAILEY: Mrs. Hanson?

MRS. HANSON: Is she alright?

BAILEY: Yes, we were able to stop the bleeding. Dr. Shepherd has ordered an MRI for her scull fracture. Hopefully she won't need any more surgery.

MRS. HANSON: Oh thank God.

BAILEY: She's in recovery. Dr. Grey will take you up to her.

MRS. HANSON: Thank you. Can we wait just a minute? My husband went down stairs to us a land line. His battery died.

MEREDITH: Sure.

MRS. HANSON: So Mia, she's okay?

MEREDITH: Oh she is. She uh, keeps asking for Anna.

MRS. HANSON: We fired Anna.

MEREDITH: Oh. She just seems very attached.

MRS. HANSON: That's my fault. According to my husband because I'm a working mother. He a working dad, but apparently that's not the issue. I love my job. I love Mia more. She's my baby...she's my....I love my daughter. I love my job. I'm not good at the mom stuff, but I'm good at my job.

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MEREDITH: I mean why bother to have a kid if you're only going to see it on weekends and holidays? Might as well just get a cat.

GEORGE: I talked to Burke, I think he's fine.

CHRISTINA: You did what?

MEREDITH: What's wrong with Burke?

CHRISTINA: Nothing's wrong with Burke.

GEORGE: You know he let her decannulate a heart this morning?

MEREDITH: You decannulated a heart this morning? Bitch.

CHRISTINA: No not by myself.

GEORGE: Now she's lying about it.

ALEX: Yang decannulated a heart. Why is Alex not surprised?

IZZIE: Izzie isn't either. Last week she was digging through crap, this week she's fondling man boobs. No decannulating hearts for Izzie..

GEORGE: Why are you lying about decannulating the heart.

CHRISTINA: I didn't.

IZZIE: Izzie and Alex do not believe you.

MEREDITH: What are you two doing?

IZZIE: Izzie and Alex have a patient who speaks about himself in the third person.

ALEX: They thought it was annoying at first, but now they kind of like it.

MEREDITH: Good. Is it going to stop soon?

CHRISTINA: Wow, what happened? This morning you were all bright and shiny, and asking to be kicked in the face.

MEREDITH: I am. I'm bright. I'm shiny.

CHRISTINA: Yeah.

IZZIE: Izzie thinks this whole bright and shiny thing is getting kind of old.

ALEX: Alex agrees.

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DEREK: We think you're depressed.

CHIEF: Both of you?

ADDISON: Yes

DEREK: Yeah

CHIEF: Well for the two of you to agree on something I must be damn near suicidal.

ADDISON: We agree on things.

DEREK: We agree on this.

ADDISON: So start talking.

CHIEF: Adele and I... she wants me to step down as chief. Retire.

DEREK: Retire? Is she crazy? What would you do?

ADDISON: Spend a little more time with his wife?

DEREK: She's being unreasonable.

ADDISON: She wants to know that their marriage is a priority to him.

DEREK: She's using his work as an excuse.

ADDISON: Or he is. Some men use work, some use other women.

DEREK: Some women use other men.

CHIEF: I've been visiting Ellis Grey.

ADDISON: I was lonely, and you had checked out. I was lonely.

CHIEF: I work, I visit Ellis. That's my day.

DEREK: You gave up on us first, I was there.

CHIEF: I make time for Ellis, I don't make time for Adele.

ADDISON: There is something driving a wedge between Richard and Adele. Now maybe you don't see it but I do, and so does Adele.

DEREK: Well maybe he sees it and doesn't want to do anything about it.

ADDISON: He's got to do something about it! That's what marriage is built on. Change. Change keeps marriage alive.

DEREK: The man has a right to do whatever he wants to.

CHIEF: STOP... helping me. I miss my wife. I want her back. I don't want my marriage to be over.

ADDISON: Richard, your marriage isn't over until you decide it is.

DEREK: Right.

ADDISON: Until you decide that the sacrifice just isn't worth it.

DEREK: Right.

(A knock at the door.)

CHIEF: Come in. Oh Yang, what is it?

(She looks grim.)

CHIEF: O'Malley!

GEORGE: Yeah?

CHIEF: I have your father's test results.

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JERRY: We've been waiting here forever. Where's the doctor?

GEORGE: Dr. Webber will be here in a minute.

JERRY: They don't tell you anything, huh? Until you're a real doctor...

GEORGE: I am a real doctor, Ronny. I just... I'm not dad's doctor.

MR. O'MALLEY: What is it Georgie?

GEORGE: Let's just wait for Dr. Webber.

CHRISTINA: I think he's expecting you to talk to him.

GEORGE: He's coming....he said he was coming.

CHRISTINA: He's coming later. You should tell your dad.

MR. O'MALLEY: What's with all the whispering?

GEORGE: The biopsy results were abnormal.

MR. O'MALLEY: Well is abnormal bad or just different? Georgie?

CHRISTINA: Sir....you have cancer in your oesophagus which has spread to your stomach. You'll need an operation to remove it. And you'll need to undergo chemo and radiation. I'm sorry.

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GEORGE: They're going to try to operate soon. This week I think. It's stage 3 metastatic cancer. And my brothers are... and uh... Callie slept with Sloan. I just can't... I can't deal with any of it. I spent the entire day worrying about Burke... there's nothing wrong with Burke. God, my dad has cancer, and I can't even look him in the face. Christina had to tell him what was wrong. Christina...

IZZIE: Nobody gets it right with their own family.

MEREDITH: I certainly don't.

GEORGE: Yeah.

IZZIE: Callie slept with Sloan?

GEORGE: I don't get you people.

MEREDITH: Us with the boobs? We make a lot of bad decisions.

ALEX: Dude, I still can't believe you went through all this for a chick.

FRANK: What you never did anything crazy for love?

ALEX: Not like this.

FRANK: You have a girlfriend?

ALEX: No.

FRANK: Dr. Stephens? Frank can sense the vibes.

ALEX: I'm not talking about this with you.

FRANK: She left you for another guy? Frank's hit a nerve.

ALEX: It's more complicated than that.

FRANK: Then uncomplicate it then man. Grand gesture is what I'm talking about. Just figure out what she wants and make it happen. Forget all about the other guy. Trust Frank. Frank knows.

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DEREK: What do we got?

MEREDITH: Second MRI report shows bleeding in Mia's brain.

DEREK: Oh damn it. I gotta go in. Try and relieve the pressure.

MEREDITH: Two surgeries in one day?

DEREK: But she's tough. And right now we don't have any other options. Not so bright and shiny.



MR. O'MALLEY: I thought the cancer was in my gut. What are we looking at my heart for.

CHRISTINA: Your EKG showed some abnormalities. We have to make sure your heart is strong enough to support you through surgery.

MR. O'MALLEY: You're a smart girl.

CHRISTINA: Yes.

MR. O'MALLEY: George told me you were the best intern I could have on my case.

CHRISTINA: He said that?

MR. O'MALLEY: He said you were the best intern in the hospital. You keep everyone on their toes....even him.

ECHO GUY: Dr. Yang. Take a look at this.

(She looks at the echo.)

CHRISTINA: Okay.

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GEORGE: You paged me. What is Burke doing in there?

CHRISTINA: I did a pre-op echo. His aortic valve is leaking. He won't make it through the surgery unless we replace it. It's just a valve replacement George, he's going to be fine.

GEORGE: Burke will do it (at her look) Burke will do it and you will clear his schedule. If someone is going to operate on my dad's heart, I want it to be Burke.

CHRISTINA: Yeah.

GEORGE: Okay. It's going to be fine. It's a valve replacement, it's Preston Burke. If someone's going to cut your dad's heart open, you want it to be him. What?

(She walks off.)

GEORGE: What's wrong with Burke's hand?

CHRISTINA: Nothing.

GEORGE: He's going to operate on my father.

CHRISTINA: George, Burke is fine. Your dad will be fine.

GEORGE: You're lying. Burke is hiding something and you're helping him.

CHRISTINA: Leave me alone.

(She turns, and Bailey heard the conversation.)

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MEREDITH: You wanted to see me chief?

CHIEF: It's about your mother. Um... I know your relationship with her is complicated, and I know that you know that she and I...

MEREDITH: Chief, it's okay. What really matters is that you make her happy. And my father couldn't. And I couldn't.

CHIEF: Meredith I... I can't see your mother any more. I need to try to make my marriage work. And if I'm going to do that, I have to stop seeing your mother.

MEREDITH: I see.

CHIEF: She's an extraordinary woman. She worked so hard, she sacrificed so much and to see it end like this... Take good care of her for me.

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ALEX: (to nurse) We've got it from here. Okay Frank, time to take the tube out. Izzie, put on some gloves.

IZZIE: Alex what are you doing?

FRANK: What's going on?

ALEX: You ready to take out Frank's boob tube?

IZZIE: What about the rules? What if Sloan finds out?

ALEX: Screw Sloan.

FRANK: She does know what she's doing right?

ALEX: I promise you Frank, the twins are in excellent hands.

FRANK: Ah Grand Gesture. Frank gets it.

IZZIE: What's he talking about?

ALEX: Nothing.

IZZIE: Are you sure about this?

FRANK: Oh yeah. He's sure.

(Izzie takes out the tube by herself.)

DEREK: Looks like we can safely evacuate the clot. Want to cook the pumper?

(In the gallery, watching.)

BAILEY: Did you ever think about having kids?

ADDISON: Derek and I talked about it but I wasn't ready.

CALLIE: I love kids. I'd have a dozen.

BAILEY: Believe me, one's enough. Unless you plan to put away the scalpel.

CALLIE: That's why God invented nannies.

BAILEY: I wish it were that easy.

ADDISON: What do I do with these? Hock them? Keep them?

CALLIE: My mom says divorce wedding rings are bad juju.

ADDISON: Your mom says juju?

CALLIE: She does.

ADDISON: Well, what would your mom do?

CALLIE: Burn 'em. Bury 'em.

ADDISON: Do you want them?

CALLIE: Oh I want some rings, just not bad juju rings. Then again, my mom's kind of insane.

BAILEY: Hey, don't talk smack about your mom.

ADDISON: Miranda.

BAILEY: Yesterday I left for work early, and Tuck's favorite food was strained peas. Nasty green gunk, but he loved them. Ate them for breakfast. I got home from a 15 hour shift and he didn't like strained peas anymore. He only wants carrots.

ADDISON: Life moves so fast. Everybody moves on.

BAILEY: Yep.

(Callie gets up and leaves.)

ADDISON: Where are you going?

CALLIE: I'm not ready to move on.

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GEORGE: (to Christina) Do you know why I picked you to by my dad's intern? Because you're a robot. You're a freakin' robot in a white coat who never makes a mistake. And most days I appreciate that, most of the time, I really feel like I have something to learn from you. But right now I need you to try to be a human.

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IZZIE: Thank you Alex. I can't believe you let me help. Alex is cool, you know that? Alex is the coolest.

ALEX: Oh Alex knows it. Izzie isn't so bad herself.

IZZIE: Izzie is back in the game.

(Alex turns around and pulls her into a kiss.)

IZZIE: I can't. Alex, I can't. I'm sorry.

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MEREDITH: Can you say something for me? I need to hear how great you talk. Can you say my name? Can you say Meredith?

MIA: Where's Anna?

MEREDITH: That was great. Guess who's here? Mom and Dad?

MRS. HANSON: Hey... how's my baby girl?

MIA: I want Anna. Anna...

(She gets up and leaves.)

MR. HANSON: Diane, wait...

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MR. O'MALLEY: So we'll do the thing with the heart tomorrow.

GEORGE: Maybe tomorrow. Maybe in a couple days. I don't know quite yet.

MR. O'MALLEY: But Dr. Burke and Dr. Webber said we should get to it quick.

GEORGE: We will. We'll ge to it as quick as we can. I just want to make sure we do it right.

JERRY: I just don't understand why they're operating on his heart when the cancer is in his gut.

GEORGE: Yeah, it's complicated.....

RONNY: You know what I was thinking? Maybe the tests are wrong. Maybe it's not cancer. Cause cancer runs in families, and no one else in the family has cancer.

GEORGE: It is cancer, okay? It's stage 3 metastatic oesophageal cancer.

JERRY: Meta what?

GEORGE: Metastatic. It's when the cancer cells have migrated from their point of origin...

JERRY: Okay you're talking doctor now George. Talk English.

GEORGE: I'm talking English, you're just not listening.

RONNY: You're just not saying anything that we understand!

MR. O'MALLEY: Boys.

CALLIE: Imagine your dad's like... like a vintage car okay.

GEORGE: Callie...

CALLIE: His blood's like gas flowing through the fuel lines. The cancer is like the gunk that builds up in there.

JERRY: It fouled up the plugs.

CALLIE: Exactly. Once it starts circulating, it can do a lot of damage to the whole engine, the carborator, everything. It's like the engine had already blown a gasket before the other damage started.

(Realization hits the brothers.)

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(Anna and Mia singing the goodnight song.)

MEREDITH: (narrating) When it comes to our blind spots, maybe our brains aren't compensating. Maybe they're protecting us.

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ELLIS: I'm glad you came to visit. But you can't stay. I'm expecting someone.

MEREDITH: Actually mom, he's not coming.

ELLIS: What?

MEREDITH: Richard, he's not coming tonight. If fact, it's just going to be me for a while.

ELLIS: He's gone back to Adele.

MEREDITH: Yes.

ELLIS: Of course he has. He's afraid. Afraid to be happy. And I'm all alone. Now I have to raise my daughter alone. How am I going to do that?

MEREDITH: Mom... you did the best you could. That's all anybody can do.

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MR. O'MALLEY: How am I looking?

CHRISTINA: Good. You're ready for surgery.

MR. O'MALLEY: That's good I guess. I don't know how I'm going to tell my wife about this. 40 years we've been married. And now... cancer... and a heart condition? She was always telling me how I should eat better, take better care of myself. I guess I should have listened.

CHRISTINA: George is the best.

MR. O'MALLEY: What?

CHRISTINA: He's the best intern. He's a good person, and a good doctor. And whatever happens, I just thougth you should know that you raised a good person.

MR. O'MALLEY: Thank you Dr. Yang.

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IZZIE: I didn't know you still felt that way about me.

ALEX: Me either.

IZZIE: I can't. I'm sorry.

ALEX: Alex gets it. Alex is sorry he's such an idiot.

IZZIE: Can Izzie buy Alex a drink?

ALEX: Alex would like that. Izzie can.

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Bailey (on the phone): I know what time it is. I don't care if he's sleeping. Wake him up. He can sleep later...wake him up. Now... no put the phone to his ear. Hey, Hey Tuck. It's mommy. Hey...(She sings to him) them that's got shall get. Them that's not shall lose. So the bible says and it still is news. Mama may have, papa may have, but God bless the child that's got his own, that's got his own. That's got his own.

(Addison is on the ferry. She looks at her rings... and then throws them overboard.)

(Bailey still singing.)

BAILEY: Oh the strong get more, while the weak ones fade. Empty pockets dont ever make the grade...

(Christina and Burke lying in bed.)

CHRISTINA: George knows.

BAILEY: Mama may have. Papa he may have. But God bless the child that's got his own.

(Meredith and Derek taking another bubble bath, this time at opposite ends of the tub, exhausted from work.)

MEREDITH: I may not be cut out for bright and shiny.

DEREK: I'm not either. We can be dull and lifeless together.

MEREDITH: I am glad you're in my bathtub.

DEREK: Me too.

BAILEY: You can help yourself. But don't take too much. Mama may have. Papa he may have. But God bless the child that's got his own. That's got his own...

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