Grey's Anatomy

Season 10 Episode 9

Sorry Seems to Be the Hardest Word

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Aired Thursday 8:00 PM Nov 14, 2013 on ABC
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When an unexpected malpractice suit turns Callie's world upside down, her supportive father arrives and shares an interesting secret with her. Meanwhile, through flashbacks, we learn some surprising details about Callie and Arizona's marriage.

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  • Very Well Done

    9.5
    Great episode! Well directed! Understood more about the relationship between arizone and Callie and sympathized for it.

    The episode also addressed the controversial issue for what doctors can be held liable for.



    Great episode to keep the season going.
Ellen Pompeo

Ellen Pompeo

Dr. Meredith Grey

Patrick Dempsey

Patrick Dempsey

Dr. Derek Shepherd

Sandra Oh

Sandra Oh

Dr. Cristina Yang

Justin Chambers

Justin Chambers

Dr. Alex Karev

Chandra Wilson

Chandra Wilson

Dr. Miranda Bailey

James Pickens Jr.

James Pickens Jr.

Dr. Richard Webber

Robert Wisdom

Robert Wisdom

Attorney Hamilton

Guest Star

Currie Graham

Currie Graham

Greg

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Jason Dechert

Jason Dechert

Travis Reed

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Hector Elizondo (I)

Hector Elizondo (I)

Carlos Torres

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Payton Silver

Payton Silver

Dr. Knox

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    • (Callie knocks on Arizona's hotel room door)
      Arizona: Just a second. (opens door) Hi-- Oh, you're not bringing me extra pillows.
      Callie: You did something impulsive, and uh, you were thinking about yourself. It seemed right at the time, and, uh... you made a mistake. One mistake.
      Arizona: Do we have to get into this now?
      Callie: I did something like that today.
      Arizona: Oh. Okay.
      Callie: Look, I have something to ask, and, uh, you should probably take some time to think about it. I don't need an answer tonight, but I-I would like to know... If you'll come home. (Callie walks away, Arizona shuts the door and goes back into her room, she sighs and lays on the bed)
      Arizona (to Leah): You should get dressed now... and leave.

    • Callie: I really don't think so, Dad. I-It's not enough. Just because she says she's sorry...
      Carlos: You're married. You took a vow. You don't walk away from that. If things get hard, you work harder. I mean, you have a child together, for god's sake.
      Callie: She cheated on me.
      Carlos (sighs): I cheated on your mother.
      Callie: What? I-I'm sorry. What?!
      Carlos: A long time ago. We-- We-- We were young. I was stupid. But your mother found it in her heart to forgive me.
      Callie: Why? (scoffs) Why would she do that?
      Carlos: Why? Because she believed that we were stronger than one mistake, and I thank god every day that she did. Because otherwise I wouldn't have you. 38 years. We've shared a life. And it all started after that one mistake. Now things between you and Arizona might not work out. You know, you might not be able to fix it. But how will you know if you never try?

    • (After finding the letter on the Peterson hip)
      Callie: I can't just sit on this. I have to tell them, right?
      Meredith: I wouldn't. You didn't willfully ignore any data. You didn't act irresponsibly or maliciously. You worked off the information you had at the time. And then an act of god happened. The letter fell behind the bookcase. It could've just as easily gotten lost in the mail.
      Callie: But it didn't.
      Meredith: Accidents happen. It's the job. This one happened in your living room, not in the O.R.
      Callie: I-- You know, I-I was distracted, I-I wasn't paying attention. I should've followed up when I never head back.
      Meredith: You feel bad because of what happened, and anybody would. But that envelope is not a magic cure. It's not going to grow his legs back. But what it could do? It could sway a jury. It could make a jury think differently about you, and that could end your career-- Not because you were negligent and not because you did anything wrong, but because you feel bad? Because you feel guilty? Let's not confuse emotion with fact. And the fact is, you did nothing wrong.
      Callie: Yes, I did.

    • Meredith: How long do you think it's gonna take for the jury to come back?
      Callie (drops her keys, picks them up and finds a letter behind the table): I don't know. It could be days, sometimes weeks.
      Meredith: What's that?
      Callie: I think it's from a clinical trial on the Peterson hip. I thought I never heard back. (opens the letter and starts reading it) Uh...'Enclosed is the data you requested. But please be advised, we've currently put a stop to our trial. There've been five instances of infection caused by the pseudomonas bacteria. We've traced the source back to the Peterson joint.'
      Meredith: What's the post mark on that?
      Callie: Three weeks before Travis's surgery.

    • Callie: Yes, I apologized. I understood what Travis was feeling. I went through the same thing with my wife. She... She lost her leg last year, and, um, it's changed us. (voice breaking) It's, uh, costs us in ways that I... I can't even begin to understand. I wouldn't wish this experience on anyone. And now it was happening to my patient. Of course I was sorry. I still am. I'm-- I'm so, so sorry this happened to you, Travis. That makes me human. That does not make me negligent. And if I can't feel for my patients without getting sued, then I guess I'm just going to keep getting sued because that's who I am. I won't apologize for that.

    • Travis: Tell her to get out.
      Whitney: Travis--
      Travis: I don't want her here. Kick her out Whit, now! God knows I can't do it by myself! So get her the hell out of here! (Whitney looks scared) What's wrong with you?! Why aren't you doing anything?!
      Callie: Okay, that's enough! Whitney, go to the family lounge and get a snack. We need a minute, okay? (Whitney nods and leaves, to Travis) Don't you dare take this out on her. You are hurt and angry and you have every right to feel those things but Whitney has nothing to do with that. You-- You wanna take your crap out on somebody, you take it out on me, alright? I can handle it. You-- You need somebody to blame? Then blame me. Go on. Yell all you want. This never should've happened to you. (voice breaking) And if there were any way, that I could magically change things, believe me, I would. I wish there was something that I could do. I wish I could fix this. (crying) I tried. I tried so hard. I'm so sorry, Travis. I'm so, so sorry.

    • Callie: I cannot believe that you are picking this fight right now!
      Arizona: I am not trying to pick a fight. I am trying to tell you how I feel.
      Callie: Okay, well, I feel like crap, too. Okay? It wasn't just your kid.
      Arizona: I know. I know that.
      Callie: Look, we just-- We'll just-- Look, we don't-- We don't have to try again right away, alright? We can wait awhile before we try again.
      Arizona: No, we-- No. You're missing the point.
      Callie: What point?
      Arizona: I can't take another loss, Callie. I can't handle it! I can't-- I can't think about this right now. It's just-- It's too hard. It's just too hard!
      Callie: What-- What are you saying? Now you don't want another baby? Answer me.
      Arizona: I don't know.
      Callie (shakes her head): I have to go check on my patient.

    • Callie: I remember the day very clearly. I wasn't distracted. Sure, I had other things going on. Big things, actually. But... (sighs) It's my job to prioritize my patient and that's exactly what I did. I wasn't focused on anything or... anyone other than my patient.
      Greg: Let's talk about this embolectomy. Dr. Yang wanted to the heart surgery first. You wanted to work on Travis's leg.
      Callie: Yes.
      Greg: Why?
      Callie: Well, his foot was turning grey, which is an indication that the limb is starting to die. And I wanted to restore blood flow. Once a limb turns black, there's nothing we can do.
      Greg: According to Dr. Yang's testimony, she wanted to go first because the infection had moved to Travis's heart, throwing out emboli-- or clots all over his body. And she knew that the heart would keep throwing out clots until it was repaired. So--
      Callie: Do you cook?
      Greg: Uh, a little.
      Callie: Okay, let's say you're cooking, and you start a grease fire in your kitchen. And then it spreads to your curtains. What do you do? Do you put out the grease fire? Or do you extinguish the curtains? Which disaster do you tackle first? If I hadn't treated the emboli when I did, Travis would have lost his leg for sure. I was just picking which disaster to tackle first.

    • Arizona: You missed our appointment.
      Callie: Hmm? (gasps) Oh, damn it! I-I'm so sorry, I-- My surgery went long and I completely forgot. How'd it go? I mean, I know the ultrasounds just a blob at this point but still... Did you get a picture of the blob?
      Arizona: There's no picture. And no heartbeat.
      Callie: What?
      Arizona: She did the ultrasound and she looked and she looked. (voice breaking) But there's no heartbeat.
      Callie: We lost the baby? (Arizona nods)

    • Callie: I knew what I was doing. I did extensive research on the Peterson hip. I even spoke with the team who invented it. Everyone agreed that Travis was an ideal candidate.
      Greg: And the surgery? It went smoothly?
      Callie: The cut position and the femoral resurfacing were perfect.
      Greg: What wasn't perfect?
      Callie: Well, at the end of surgery, the patient desatted-- Which means his oxygen level went down and his heart was beating really fast, which is really dangerous. We thought he might have a clot in his lungs, so it was vital that we finish the surgery quickly.
      Greg: And that's when you left the sponge.
      Callie: Yes. And I would do it again. (the jury starts murmuring) Well, the patient's life was at risk. I-I believed that the sponge wouldn't compromise the joint. I made a call, and I was right. It was the right call.
      Greg: So leaving the sponge was deliberate. Not a mistake. You weren't being careless or distracted.

    • (Carlos is staring at Arizona)
      Arizona: Hey, your Dad's making me a little nervous.
      Callie: Yeah, you should go now. Definitely go now. (Arizona and Sofia leave, Callie turns to Carlos) Thank you for not saying anything to her.
      Carlos: If my grandbaby hadn't been standing right there, believe me, I would've said plenty.
      Callie: Dad, don't start right now. I have to be in court soon. I have to take the stand today, and I'm just...
      Carlos: Your mother and I have been married 38 years. You think it's been easy?
      Callie: No, I don't.
      Carlos: You think we haven't had troubles?
      Callie: Don't do that. Don't start comparing. Don't.
      Carlos: What happened to her 'good man in a storm' baloney? It's not right. She should be here everyday trying to fix it.
      Callie: It's not like that.
      Carlos: Oh, no? The hell it isn't. She hurt you. And now she's too much of a coward to even-- to even face you. Now she's running away abandoning her family.
      Callie: No, she's not running away, alright? I kicked her out. It was my choice we split up. It was mine. Alright, so just drop it, okay?
      Carlos: You chose to break up your family?
      Callie: Dad, not now.
      Carlos: Did you even try to work things out?
      Callie: Dad.

    • Arizona: Do we knock?
      Callie: No, there's an open house on Sunday. We can come back then.
      Arizona (looking in the backyard): Oh, oh! There's a swing set! Oh, and a pool! A pool! Callie, there's a pool.
      Callie: Ohh! Yeah?
      Arizona: Oh, I can just see us playing with the girls in this yard. Having a picnic, and swinging on the swings.
      Callie: Ohh. What makes you think we're having another girl?
      Arizona: Come on. (about Callie's phone) Can you get off of that thing for five seconds and look at this place?
      Callie: Yeah, I know. Hold on a sec. I'm just-- I'm following up on that clinical trial in Germany using Peterson hip joints. I'm trying to get them to send me their data.
      Arizona: Well, they're not gonna release anything until it's published.
      Callie: Eh. It's worth a shot. There, sent. Alright, now you can show me the swing set.

    • Richard: There she is!
      Callie: Richard! Well, you shouldn't be here.
      April: That's what I told him but he insisted on coming.
      Richard: It's a miracle I made it here at all. Kepner's a terrible driver.

    • Callie: Okay, I've got to go in and do an embolectomy on this leg.
      Cristina: N-uh-- No. I got to go in and fix his heart.
      Callie: You can do that later. I need to do this now.
      Cristina Later? It's already later.
      Callie: He has lost blood flow! He's clearly throwing emboli into his extremities.
      Cristina: And where do you think the emboli is coming from? His infected heart.
      Callie: Cristina--
      Bailey (walks in): Hey, hey, hey! I can hear you two from all the way down the damn hallway.
      Cristina: Will you tell Callie to back off and let me do my job?
      Callie: Yeah, tell Cristina to back off and let me do mine. If I don't try this embolectomy, he could lose his leg.
      Cristina: Well, he can live without a leg. He can't live without a functioning heart.
      Callie: Look, if you do the heart tomorrow it gives him an extra day on antibiotics, right? He'll be more stable, and the heart surgery will be less risky. Cristina, this is Travis Reed we're talking about. Let me try to save his leg.

    • Cristina: There are vegetations all over his aortic valve. Why didn't you page me sooner?
      Callie: We just heard the murmur this morning.
      Cristina: This morning? (points to C.T) Look at this growth. You knew he was a heart patient. This didn't concern you?
      Callie: Of course it did. That's why you're here. So what do we do?
      Cristina: The infection is eating away at his graft. Best case-- I go in, clean it out, and repair it. Worst case-- He needs a whole new valve.

    • Hamilton: Dr. Yang. What is your relationship with Travis Reed?
      Cristina: Uh, Travis first came to me six years ago with a bicuspid aortic valve. I replaced the valve, and have overseen his cardiac care ever since.
      Hamilton: And it was you, I believe, who recommended him to Dr. Torres. Is that right?
      Cristina: That's right.
      Hamilton: Why was that?
      Cristina: Because she was the best orthopedic surgeon I knew.
      Hamilton: Was? As in past tense? You don't think she's the best anymore?

    • Jackson: Alright, gonna make this quick. I know we all are busy. Callie, I thought you understood you can't be here.
      Callie: I know. I know it's a conflict of interest. I just-- I wanted to say something before you get started. Travis Reed is suing both me and the hospital. I have no intention of settling with him, but the hospital should. As an owner and member of the board, I know how hard it's been to get this place back on its feet. And I don't want you to jeopardize that because of me. (walks out)
      Derek: What did our legal team say?
      Jackson: Um, yeah, they said that we should settle, now, quickly and quietly.
      Arizona: What if we don't?
      Jackson: Well, this thing goes to trial and there's a judgment against us, we could owe millions or we could settle this for much less.
      Derek: If we go to trial, we risk bankruptcy all over again.
      Meredith: Only if we lose. There's another side to this. If Callie isn't settling, maybe neither should we.
      Cristina: Uh, no. I was there. I saw firsthand what happened with this patient. And he has a case. A good case. We should settle. And, frankly, Callie should, too.

    • Arizona: Callie!
      Callie: Are-- Are you okay? Is-- Is everything alright?
      Arizona (holds up pregnancy test): We're having a baby. My boobs were hurting, and-- and then I thought... maybe? But I'm only a day late and I-I didn't even think that it would show up on a test so soon. But--
      Callie: We're having a baby!
      Arizona: We're having a baby!

    • Carlos: You mentioned the trial like it was nothing. It's never nothing. You know how many times I've been sued? My lawyer's on speed dial, for crying out loud. He's very good. Technically, his tactics are legal.
      Callie (laughs): You really didn't have to come all this way.
      Carlos: Of course I did. Of course I did. My baby's in trouble. But first where's my grandbaby? Mm. Come on, now. Abuelo needs a hug. (Callie sighs) Don't tell me she's already asleep.
      Callie: No. N-No. She's, um... She's-- Well, she's not here. (chuckles awkwardly) Arizona's gonna bring her by in an hour.
      Carlos: Oh, alright. Well, I don't understand. Wh-What's going on?
      Callie: We split up. She cheated on me. It's been bad. I really don't wanna talk about it.
      Carlos: When did this happen?
      Callie: A couple months ago.
      Carlos: Why didn't you tell me?
      Callie: I just, I didn't wanna get into it, Dad. I-I fought so hard just to get you to accept us. Mom hasn't spoken to me since the wedding. And I just... Apparently, I marry people who cheat on me. It's pathetic. I am pathetic.
      Carlos: No. When that O'Malley kid cheated on you, I was ready to knock his teeth out. Now-- Now I won't hit a lady but, you know, I can make it happen. (Callie gives him a look) I know people just say the word, alright?
      Callie: No, Dad. (scoffs) God, no.
      Carlos: Alright. Look at me. Mija, look at me. (Callie does so, Carlos takes her face in his hands) Nothing about you is pathetic. (kisses her forehead)

    • Arizona (laughing): Are you kidding me? It's no more ridiculous than vetoing every guy under 6'3".
      Callie (laughs): We are not choosing our sperm donor based on his taste in music.
      Arizona: Well... Oh, look. (picks up paper) Oh, this one's cute.
      Callie: Oh, that's a super cute baby. He would make super cute babies.
      Arizona: Yeah! Okay, so here... (looking over the donor information) Ooh. He's a college dropout. Pass.
      Callie: Pass. (looks at her wine glass) Ooh, I'm empty. (looking at another donor's info) Now this one says that he's a mathematician with a graduate degree.
      Arizona: Oh, wow.
      Callie: And he runs marathons.
      Arizona: Oh, picture? (they turn the paper to look at the picture, they both make a face) Oh.
      Callie: Okay, um... Well, I still like the Ivy league poet. Smart and creative.
      Arizona: Mm. Okay. You think I'll like being pregnant?
      Callie: Oh, yeah. It's the best. Oh, except for the nausea. Oh, and the stretch marks. And the peeing. And the lack of sleep, the exhaustion. Oh, and then the-- the no booze.
      Arizona (looks at her wine glass): No booze. (to her wine glass) Oh, I will miss you most of all.

    • (Callie is crying in the bathroom, trying to change her panty hose)
      Arizona (walks in): Oh, hi. I'm sorry. I-I'll come back.
      Callie (voice breaking): No, no, no. It's fine. It's fine. I'm just, um, I have to sit in there and listen to that guy. And I can't react or that'll make me look unlikable or petty. But how the hell am I not supposed to react? (sobs) He's awful. And he's making me sound awful.
      Arizona: Um, I-I think I have something that will make you feel better. So Sofia drew this in the car this morning. And she says that it's of a jellyfish and a rainbow mermaid. (shows Callie the drawing) I'm not sure which one is which. But you should have it and then when you feel like screaming you can look at the jellyfish and then it will calm you down.
      Callie: Oh. (chuckles and takes the picture) I'm surprised you're here. Thanks. Thank you. Ugh. I should get back.
      Arizona: Um, Callie?
      Callie: Yes?
      Arizona: Are you sure that you wanna wear, um, rhinestone butterflies in court? I mean, it's-- it's your choice. It's a strange one. But I suppose that lots of people like butterflies so...
      Callie (looks at her panty hose): Yeah. (laughs)
      Arizona: They're cute. (they laugh)

    • Callie: Okay, get him on vanc and clinda, stat. Call upstairs. I need an O.R. right now.
      Jo: What about the murmur? Could the infection have traveled to his heart?
      Callie: His vitals are stable. So first, we gotta clean out that joint, okay? We can't afford any delays.
      Jo: Okay. Should I call Yang?
      Callie: Alright, if she's not available in the next five minutes she waits until post-op. We've got to get in there and kill this infection before it spreads any further. I am not turning an Olympic athlete into a doorstop.

    • Callie: What are you doing here?
      Owen: Uh, a bunch of us are taking shifts. We wanted you to have at least one person in the court with you the entire time. I had to fight Bailey for this first shift. Turns out she punches pretty hard for such a little person.

    • Arizona: Hey, I'm sorry I'm late. There was traffic.
      Callie: No, no, it's fine. She's ready. Well, she was until she decided she had to wear the purple dress instead of the heart dress and then she had to go potty and she didn't want help going potty. Sofia! You should probably go check and make sure she's okay in there.
      Arizona: Wh-- Are you okay?
      Callie: Uh, I have no idea.
      Arizona: Hey, listen, I know you're supposed to have Sofia tonight, but if it'd be easier for you to spend some time alone or if you'd rather not be alone then, you know, you just tell me, and whatever you need that's what we'll do.
      Callie: Okay, thanks. (Arizona notices Callie's ring) What?
      Arizona: Nothing. ... You put your ring back on.
      Callie: They told me to.
      Arizona: Anyway, good luck today.
      Callie: Thanks.

    • Callie: For the hundreth time, no. I am not admitting to negligence when there was no negligence. I--
      Greg: They're willing to call you a 'nonparty at fault.' Jury payouts are always bigger than pretrial settlements. If this goes south--
      Callie: Do you think it'll go south? There was a minor complication during surgery because we thought the patient had developed a pulmonary embolus. Postoperative infections are a common recognized risk. Everybody--
      Greg: And that's when the jury's eyes will glaze over. All they're gonna hear is a bunch of big words they don't understand. And what they will see is that you made a mistake, and your patient paid the price.
      Callie: No, it wasn't a mistake, Greg. I'm not settling.
      Greg: Okay. Okay. Then there are things to remember tomorrow-- Let the jury see your face. You wear a suit. Dark not bright. Skirt not pants. Minimal jewelry, heels. Panty hose--
      Callie: Panty hose?
      Greg: Professional but feminine. You still have your wedding ring?
      Callie: Yes.
      Greg: Wear it. Juries respond better to married women with families. Now they'll be water in front of your seat. You drink it sparingly. There are no bathroom breaks until the judge calls for recess.
      Callie: I don't own any panty hose. I-I have to go shopping.

    • Travis: Cristina Yang! (picks her up and spins her around) Oh, you look better and better every time I see you. Dump your husband. Run away with me.
      Cristina: Oh, come on. Don't you have a girlfriend?
      Travis: Oh, we've got a deal. I'm allowed to flirt with hot doctors who've had their hands inside my chest. It's a very short list. (Callie laughs) Hi, I'm Travis.
      Callie: Hi.
      Travis: You're the ortho god?
      Callie: Callie Torres. I prefer goddess.

    • Travis: I want the Peterson hip. A buddy of my got one, he was back on the mountain in no time. This is what I need.
      Callie: Okay. Even if I did agree that a hip replacement is the right course of treatment, I-I've never even used the, uh, Peterson resurfacing hip joint. I doubt you or your team want you to be my first.
      Man: She makes a good point.
      Travis: I was Yang's first valve replacement. That worked out. I was the first guy to land a triple cork in competition. Now it's practically standard. You're the first orthopedic surgeon to grow cartilage out of nothing. The reason we are who we are, is 'cause we're not scared of firsts.
      Callie: I'll research the joint. I'll learn what I can. I'm not making any promises.
      Travis: I'm not worried. You're gonna say 'yes'.

    • Cristina: You seem happy.
      Callie: Oh, I am happy. I am really, really happy. (Leah, Shane and Stephanie walk by)
      Stephanie: He is so much more attractive in person.
      Shane (carrying a snowboard): I got him to sign my board.
      Leah: I got him to sign my bra.
      Cristina (to Callie): So are they.

    • Callie: Travis Reed? As in the Travis Reed, the snowboarder?
      Cristina: Uh, he needs a new hip. I told him he wants you.
      Callie: Wait. How do you even know him?
      Cristina: I was a second year resident. He was my first solo-valve replacement. Yeah, and six months before he came out of nowhere and won all those gold medals on the half pipe. I believe my valve is what gives him his edge.
      Callie: Mmhmm.
      Cristina: His heart was my Mona Lisa. Don't screw it up.
      Arizona (walks up): Excuse me. Where's the onesie decorating station?
      Cristina: There isn't one. There's a margarita decoration station, though.
      Arizona: What?
      Cristina: Oh, limes. And salt.
      Arizona: Whoa, whoa, whoa. What kind of baby shower doesn't have a onesie decorating station? I mean, I had already figured out my design. It was gonna be a star, and a moon, and it was gonna say 'McDreamy.' Get it? That's cute, right?
      Meredith (walks up): Excuse me. Is it time to open the gifts yet? I need to sit down, my feet are like sausages.
      Cristina: Oh, come on, Mer. (they walk away)
      Arizona: Aw, look at her. She's all glowy and pregnant.
      Callie: With sausage feet.
      Arizona: Let's have a baby.
      Callie: What? Wait. Wait. What? Are you serious?
      Arizona: We've had such a hard year since the crash, and... wouldn't it be nice to have something new and happy to think about?
      Callie: Yes, yes, but um, I--
      Arizona: And, you know, I could carry-- I could carry this time. And then that way, only one of our feet would be sausages.
      Callie: Arizona...
      Arizona: So... you want to?
      Callie: Yes. Oh, my god. Yes!

    • (Flashback)
      Callie: Travis Reed? As in the Travis Reed, the snowboarder?
      Cristina: Uh, he needs a new hip. I told him he wants you.
      Callie: Wait. How do you even know him?
      Cristina: I was a second year resident. He was my first solo-valve replacement. Yeah, and six months before he came out of nowhere and won all those gold medals on the half pipe. I believe my valve is what gives him his edge.
      Callie: Mmhmm.
      Cristina: His heart was my Mona Lisa. Don't screw it up.
      Arizona (walks up): Excuse me. Where's the onesie decorating station?
      Cristina: There isn't one. There's a margarita decoration station, though.
      Arizona: What?
      Cristina: Oh, limes. And salt.
      Arizona: Whoa, whoa, whoa. What kind of baby shower doesn't have a onesie decorating station? I mean, I had already figured out my design. It was gonna be a star, and a moon, and it was gonna say 'McDreamy.' Get it? That's cute, right?
      Meredith (walks up): Excuse me. Is it time to open the gifts yet? I need to sit down, my feet are like sausages.
      Cristina: Oh, come on, Mer. (they walk away)
      Arizona: Aw, look at her. She's all glowy and pregnant.
      Callie: With sausage feet.
      Arizona: Let's have a baby.
      Callie: What? Wait. Wait. What? Are you serious?
      Arizona: We've had such a hard year since the crash, and... wouldn't it be nice to have something new and happy to think about?
      Callie: Yes, yes, but um, I--
      Arizona: And, you know, I could carry-- I could carry this time. And then that way, only one of our feet would be sausages.
      Callie: Arizona...
      Arizona: So... you want to?
      Callie: Yes. Oh, my god. Yes!

    • Callie: (closing voiceover) We've all done things we aren't proud of. I understand that. I know nobody's perfect. But how do you live with it? How do you get up every morning and face the world, knowing you could've done better? That you should've done better? Is being sorry enough? Can an apology actually heal our wounds? Ease our pain? Can it undo the hurt that we've caused?

    • Callie: (opening voiceover) Doctors never mean to screw up. You make a bad call, and the unthinkable happens. It's not like we do it on purpose. It's not like we want to hurt anyone. But sometimes we do. Sometimes we make mistakes. And when we blow it, we're sorry. Not that being sorry really matters. Not anymore. No apology in the world matters now.

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