A gas tanker explodes on a Seattle highway, causing multiple injuries -- including paramedic Matthew; Meredith and Jo help a frantic mother (Sarah Chalke) whose child is suffering from a mysterious illness; and Owen bonds with a young boy whose parents are in critical condition. Meanwhile true colors are revealed when Alex is forced to work with Jo's boyfriend on an ailing patient.moreless
Dr. Meredith Grey
Dr. Derek Shepherd
Dr. Cristina Yang
Dr. Miranda Bailey
Dr. Richard Webber
Dr. Calliope "Callie" Torres
Meredith: (closing voiceover) There are some feelings that refuse to go away. They're little distractions whispering in your ear. Some things just get under your skin. Try as you might, you can't ignore your instincts. It's like they say always follow your intuition.
Kasey: Dr. Grey, what do you think this is?
Meredith: I-I think it's strep.
Kasey: Yeah, but then he would be getting better. I'm sorry. I know that you're a surgeon. You don't even normally handle cases like this.
Meredith: No, it's, uh... I own the hospital, and I can do whatever I want. I want to do some more tests.
Heather: (at the O.R.) Dr. Shepherd, where did you get "It's a beautiful day to save lives"? Is that from a movie?
Derek: No, it's not from a movie.
Heather: Are you sure? 'Cause sometimes I think I'm making something up, and then I'm watching a detergent commercial, and I realize, that's where I got that from.
Derek: Brooks, you know how sometimes people downplay the difficulty of a task by saying, "It's not brain surgery"?
Derek: This is brain surgery.
Heather: Right. Sorry.
Cristina: So in order to maintain head perfusion, I have to bypass in two circuits. I'm just waiting on Russell for a second opinion.
Owen: You had to call Russell for this?
Cristina: Not really. But ever since I became his boss, I like to make him think that he's still mine.
Owen: Didn't you get the memo?
Derek: Oh, we're supposed to read those?
Owen: Yeah, I need you to start using other interns. I can't have attendings playing favorites. These kids need a well-rounded education.
Derek: Ross, are you feeling poorly rounded?
Ross: No, sir. I'm very rounded.
Derek: See? He's very rounded.
Meredith: (opening voiceover) Let's say you're standing in an O.R., staring at an aneurysm that's embedded deep into the patient's frontal lobe. There are three things you'll need to remove it. You'll need confidence, you'll need an 11-blade, and some really good instincts.
Original International Air Dates:
Canada: March 28, 2013 on CTV
Norway: April 23, 2013 on TV2
Sweden: April 24, 2013 on Kanal 5
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