Meredith: Noncardiocenic pulmonary edema.
Cristina: Aortic pulmonary dissection.
Meredith: Yes! No. Wait, no. That's not right. Well, what I'm saying is that I finally understand the complexities of postobstructive pulmonary edema.
Cristina (watching a nurse in the distance): Uh huh.
Meredith: Because I've been up since 4:00 A.M, studying for the boards with Callie. Since 4:00 A.M. I haven't seen my husband or my baby since yesterday. I don't even care, because Callie blew my mind. She blew my mind. My hair is on fire. I mean, literally-- flames shooting out of my head.
Cristina: Mmm. Yeah, that's really-- (sees the nurse walking away) Whatever, you know what? I'm gonna catch up with you later. (starts following the nurse, Mer follows her)
Meredith: I mean, she's that good. I am gonna kill the boards. I am gonna make the boards my bitch.
Cristina: Yeah, boards, bitch, got it.
Meredith: Because I-- (Cristina stops walking when she sees the nurse turn around and Mer runs into her) Ow! What are we doing?
Meredith: You look weird. Why do you look so weird?
Cristina: I do not look weird. You were talking about... uh, the boards.
Meredith: I was talking about what a good teacher Callie is, and you weren't listening.
Cristina: No, I-I was listening.
Meredith: What did I say? Cristina?
Cristina: Your hair is fire, Callie is that good, the boards are your bitch. I-I gotta go.
Meredith: The boards are my bitch.
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