1. 18:22 29th Jun 2013

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    Anonymous said: Hey when are you going to post the rest of season 8 quotes?

    I’m currently re-watching all of Grey’s, and I haven’t got up to season 8 yet, I’m sorry! I’m only at season 4 currently, but I’m hoping to be there before season 10 starts. :)

     
  2. Anonymous said: Hey! Just letting you know that the closing monologue for Let The Bad Times Roll is wrong/has parts missing

    Thanks for letting me know!! Very much appreciated. :) If anyone catches any other mistakes, let me know!

     
  3. 23:08 15th May 2013

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    talkthatalktome said: when are you going to post the rest of the monologues? btw, loved your tumblr :)

    awww really?!  Thanks!<33

    This is something I’ve been meaning to post about anyway! I was waaaay too busy this year with college, BUUUT it’s summer now. :)

    I’m currently doing a Grey’s rewatch, and I’m on season 3. So once I get up to season 9, I’ll be publishing those. I’d say in a month or 2! Sorry it’s been soooo long

     
  4. 09.03: Love the One You’re With

    Opening:

    "Surgeons don’t compromise. We defy death. We exceed perfection. We operate for seventeen hours straight if we have to. We aren’t built to settle. But, that doesn’t mean we won’t. 

    Closing:

    "When we follow our hearts; when we choose not to settle. It’s funny, isn’t it? A weight lifts. The sun shines a little brighter. And, for a brief moment at least, we find a little peace."

     
  5. 09.02: Remember the Time

    Opening:

    "I had this memory game when I was a kid. A bunch of cards face down, in rows. Each card has a picture. You turn one over, look at it, then you turn it back over. Then you have to try and remember where its matching card was. Sometimes, you have no idea, and other times it shows us exactly what we need to see. The cards seem completely out of order and random but you keep turning them over and the more cards you see, you get a sense of how everything fits together."

    Closing:

    "Hey, so I haven’t called because… well… neither have you. So you were right about all of it. You were right. This is a place where horrible things happen. You were right to go. You’re probably escaping disaster. Look at me. I practically grew up here, and you’re right. It’s hurt me in ways I’ll probably never get over. I have a lot of memories of people. People I’ve lost forever, but I have a lot of other memories, too. This is the place where I fell in love. The place where I found my family. This is where I learned to be a doctor. Where I learned how to take responsibility for someone else’s life. And it’s the place I met you. So, I figure this place has given me as much as it’s taken from me. I’ve lived here just as much as I’ve survived here. It just depends on how I look at it. I’m gonna choose to look at it that way, and remember you that way. Hope you’re good. Bye." (Meredith, to Cristina’s voicemail).

     
  6. 09.01: Going, Going, Gone

    Opening:

    "Dying changes everything. There’s the emotional fall out, sure, but there’s also the practical stuff. Who’s going to do your job? Who’s going to take care of your family? The only good thing for you, is that you don’t have to worry about it. People you never knew will be living in your house, working your job. The world just keeps on going without you."

    Closing:

    "They say death is hardest on the living. It’s tough to actually say goodbye. Sometimes, it’s impossible. You never really stop feeling the loss. It’s what makes things so bittersweet. We leave little bits of ourselves behind, little reminders. A lifetime of memories, photos, trinkets. Things to remember us by even when we’re gone."

     
  7. 08.24: Flight

    Opening:

    "A month ago, you were in med school, being taught by doctors. Today, you are the doctors. The seven years you spend here as a surgical resident will be the best and worst years of your life. You will be pushed to the breaking point. 8 of you will switch to an easier specialty. Five of you will crack under the pressure. Two of you will be asked to leave. This is your starting line. This is your arena. How well you play? That’s up to you." - Richard Webber, flashback


    Closing: 

    "The years we spend as surgical residents will be the best and worst of our lives. We will be pushed to our breaking point. This is the starting line. This is our arena. How well we play? That’s up to us."

     
  8. 08.23: Migration

    Opening:

    "So, there’s this bird. Some sort of swallow, I think. Every September, thousands of them ditch rainy Seattle for winter in Mexico. These birds aren’t dumb. And every year, crowds of people gather around Seattle to drink beer and watch the flocks take off. They call it The Great Migration."

    Closing:

    "I don’t know how those birds do it… Travel thousands of miles without getting lost, banging into windows, being eaten by cats. But every spring, they’re always here. I guess they come back to what they know. People say it’s pretty cool, watching them go. They say you can actually see the moment when at some mysterious signal, all at once, the birds decide to leave. So maybe I’ve been missing out. Whatever. There’s always next year."

     
  9. I’m adding all the monologues that aren’t up right now ^.^

     
  10. Announcements

    1. I’m in the process of rewatching season 8’s final episode for that monologue. Even though my heart is gonna break, I’m watching it.

    2. This blog WILL be updated with season 9, HOWEVER it will always be the day after the episode, not the day of the episode.