Bailey: I'm sorry for my outburst. I-I should've spoken to you first.
Virginia: That was inappropiate, but I've come to expect that from pediatric surgeons, always breaking protocol.
Bailey: What? I'm not a pediatric surgeon. I mean, I've landed a few peds surg cases recently, but I'm gettin' back to general surgery, the first chance I get.
Virginia: You touch the child whenever you speak to her, you explain conditions to the child, not just to the parents, and you react to the patients as if it was your own child. And you break protocol, which is inappropiate, except in the case of pediatric surgery where protocols are constantly evolving. You are not a general surgeon. ... You're a pediatric surgeon.