Callie mentions having the Seahawks as patients. And Kenton Giles mentions having the Portland Trailblazers as patients.
Both of these teams are real. Callie was referring to the NFL team Seattle Seahawks and Kenton was referring to the NBA team Portland Trailblazers.
Meredith: She's not answering.
Callie: I really want to wait for Cristina.
Arizona: Okay, fine. Fine. Let's wait for Cristina. Let's just wait downstairs where it's warm.
Callie: No, we can't. The walls have ears.
Derek: I'm outta here.
Callie: Okay, alright. Um, look, I called this meeting because we can't just keep our heads down and lay low. Okay, we're the reason the hospital's in trouble. We have to do something. We can't let Pegasus take over. We have a responsiblity. Which is why I think we should buy the hospital ourselves.
Owen: You guys are killing me.
Cristina: It was the right thing to do.
Owen: Yeah. You're still killing me.
(Jo leads him into a supply closet)
Alex: What are we doing in here?
Jo: Just wait. (goes at picks up a box of doughnuts) I stole them from the nurses in derm. They won't eat 'em anyway, they're all 'no sugar' and 'gluten-free.' (hands Alex a doughnut) Cheers to an incredible day. You deserve it. Actually, I helped, too. So cheers to us. (takes a bite) Hey, it's powered sugar. It's your favorite.
Alex: Yeah. No. Thanks. this is great.
Matthew: Oh, hey. I was hoping to catch you. How's the uh, kid?
April: He is doing great. He made it through surgery with flying colors.
Matthew: Oh, that's-- That's great. That's good. Uh, April, I, um... Oh, man. (laughs) I had this whole thing that I-I wanted to say to you, and then you look at me and I just... Gah. Okay. Pull it together. Um... You are the strongest, most fearless, beautiful woman I've ever met. You were incredible today. You are incredible. And, uh... I like you. I-I really like you. And I just thought I should say that so you knew, because I--(April kisses him)
Richard: Hmm. It's funny how you don't apperciate a thing until you're about to lose it.
Callie: No. No, don't-- Don't say that. That's... We can still fight this.
Richard: You can fight this. Me? (sighs) I've got an early retirement package waiting. Maybe I'll take it. ... Good night, Torres.
Meredith: Hey. So I know you keep saying you and Wilson aren't a thing.
Alex: 'Cause we're not.
Meredith: Well, maybe you should be. She kinda kicked ass today. Just saying.
Jackson: What happened?
Alex: Cahill figured it out?
April: They're taking us in one at a time to see who'll break first.
Shane: I can't lie. I'm no good at it. They'll see right through me.
Cristina: Stay strong, dopey. You can do it.
Meredith: They started with the interns. (Alex walks into the room)
Owen: I'm just trying to find out what happened.
Alex: You want to know what happened? I'll tell you what happened. A kid was dying, and we kept him alive.
Alana: Dr. Karev, hello. You mentioned the word 'we'. Who else was involved?
Jackson (walks in): I was. This was my call. I took the kid in. I decided to treat him.
Alex: We did the right thing. We saved his life.
Jackson: And that's what matters. Not these idiotic new policies or some stupid ad campaign.
Alex: So you can punish us however you want. We don't care because--
Owen: That's enough. (sighs) Just... go.
Alana: Oh, that's it? You're not going to discipline them or--
Owen: Go. (they all walk out)
Derek (walks in): You paged me?
Alana: Yes. We have a problem. My presence seems to have ignited an uprising, which makes it a little tough for me to do my job, especially when you help them.
Alana: It was your code that accessed the medication case on floor five.
Owen: Is that true?
Alana: That stuff you said, Dr. Shepherd, about how this hospital is such a family? It was lovely, really. I even think your meant it. But it means nothing if there is no hospital. Do you know how much this stunt would've have cost this place if that kid had died on our watch? Pegasus would've backed out. And without them, you're done. I am trying to help you. But I can't do that if you are undermining me at every turn. If you care anything about this hospital or the people in it, then it's time that you get on board. Otherwise the next doors to close will be yours.
Alana: Does somebody wanna tell me where the hell this patient came from?
Owen: Whose patient is this? (everyone is silent)
Alana: Fine. You don't have to tell us. We can just look it up. All I need is the patient's name.
April: Wait. No, um--
Meredith: I can do it. I'll look it up. It's my patient. You got this?
Owen: Thank you, Dr. Grey. I apperciate your cooroperation.
Meredith: Sure. No problem. I'm happy to. Okay. (picks up iPad) I just have to get into the patient file. Oh, no.
Meredith: This keeps happening to me. I try to go into the patient file and I guess I deleted it.
Jackson: Well, I hope you get it, the brand ambassador thing. I don't want to the face of any hospital where I have to sneak around and risk my job just to do the right thing.
Alex: Screw that. I hope you get it.
Kenton Giles: I was gonna try a similar research project, but now that I'm the face of Portland Gen, I don't have that kind of time.
Kenton Giles: Yeah, I do a lot of press.
Callie: About orthopedic surgery? That's great.
Kenton Giles: Well, more like, you know, wellness, nutrition, get eight hours sleep, take a walk. Uh, sometimes I do a photo op in the O.R. they don't want to shoot a real person, so they have me cutting a chicken breast or something. Well, I work on the Portland Trailblazers, though. Real guys, not chickens. (laughs)
Richard: Yeah, that's-- that's good.
Kenton Giles: Nothing innovative like Dr. Torres does. Or... did, I guess I should say. Y-You know what? Uh... I was wondering, can this stay between us, not get back to Pegasus?
Callie: Nothing you say to us will ever get back to Pegasus.
Kenton Giles: Great. Well, now that you're not practicing... Is there an ortho opening at Seattle Grace? (Callie and Richard just look at each other)
Stephanie: And after the anesthesia is administered, Brian will be ready for surgery.
Larry: And when exactly are we gonna see doctors Avery and Karev again? No offense, but we're here to trail them, not you.
Jackson (walks in): Edwards, nice work.
Stephanie: No problem.
Alex: We're ready to scrub in. Wilson, could you show our friends up to the gallery? You guys can watch from up there.
Stephanie (to Jackson, quietly): You have a little bit of blood on your left shoulder. (Jackson casually covers it up with his hand)
(At Portland Gen getting info on Pegasus)
Male Doctor 1: Last month, I had to do a cardiac cath on a patient with no signs of heart disease. It's putting the patient at risk for no reason.
Male Doctor 2: Forget physician advocacy. It doesn't exist. Qw have no say in anything... at all.
Woman Doctor: Yeah, and if you decide to go crazy and think for yourself, they know, like, instantly. (Callie & Richard exchange looks)
Male Doctor 1: I swear the walls have ears.
Kenton Giles (walks up): Are you the reps from Pegasus?
Male Doctor 1: Uh, Dr. Webber and Dr. Torres.
Kenton Giles (they shake hands): Callie Torres... From Seattle Grace?
Callie: Uh, I'm-- Do I-- Do I know you?
Kenton Giles: No. Kenton Giles. I'm an ortho just like you. Yeah, I read all about your cartilage generation work. It's incredible. (they laugh) I didn't realize you stopped practicing. So you work for Pegasus now?
Callie: Yeah. Yeah, I guess I... (clears throat) Needed a... (stammers) I needed to mit it up a little, so...
Richard: She peaked, you know, with the cartilage generation. Uh, you know, sometimes it's best to get out before you decline. (Callie glares at him)
(At Portland Gen trying to get info on Pegasus)
Callie: 'Don't smoke'? That was his big advice?
Richard: Uh, yeah, he examined me and found nothing wrong, which in fact, is the case.
Callie: Oh, he was an idiot. And now I feel like an idiot. (whispers) We're just wandering around We look like interlopers.
Richard: Hey, you know, let's grab a cup of coffee. You always look like you belong when you're carrying a cup of coffee.
Callie: Ah. (they get their coffee)
Richard: No, walk with purpose. Don't look shifty.
Callie: I don't. (they wander around and stop by a group of doctors)
Richard (clears throat, loudly): 15 minutes a patient? Can a doctor learn anything in that little time? (Callie smirks)
Woman Doctor: You get really efficient.
Callie: And patient outcomes don't suffer? Wow. You're that efficient?
Male Doctor: Are you visiting a patient?
Richard: Hmm? Oh, uh, I'm Richard Webber. This is my colleague, uh, Callie Torres. (Callie shakes her head at him) Um, we're with Pegasus, and we just wanted to check in, get a little feedback. See if you had any concerns.
Male Doctor: Really?
Callie (smiling): Really!
Nicole (to Matthew): If this kid dies because you brought red along on some lame idea of a date...
Jackson (to April): The ride along was a date?
Alex: I need some 4x4 to control bleeding on the scalp.
April: All three lines are patent. We need to start dopamine at 5 mics per kilo per minute, but we need to figure out his I.V. drip rate. It's different for kids, depending on the size. Does anybody have a calculator?
Cristina: I always ask a nurse. (everyone looks at Heather)
Heather: Not a real nurse.
Jo: Broselow tape says he's 30 kilos, the standard concentration of dopamine is 1,600 mics per cc. So 5 times 30 is 150 times 60 minutes in an hour is 9,000. Divide that by 1,600. Infusion rate is 5.625 cc's per hour. (every stares at her) What? I'm really good at math.
April: Okay, let's, uh, give him 5.6--
Jackson: Except we don't have any dopamine, guys. We don't have access to any non-code medications at all unless we have a nurse or a code--
Derek (walks in): Yes, you do.
Jackson (to Mer): You paged him, too?
Meredith: Well, I knew we were gonna need meds.
Derek: I have the codes. Tell me what the patient needs.
(Stephanie is trying to distract them while Jackson & Alex are in the E.R)
Amrita: So Dr. Avery is taking a power nap.
Stephanie: He likes to rest up before big surgeries.
Larry: And Dr. Karev had a dentist appointment.
Stephanie: Even doctors have to go to the doctor. Meanwhile, have you see the skin lab where Dr. Avery grows actual skin? Come on.
(They are all trying to pry the sliding doors open)
Alex (walks up): Go sit down, Mer.
Meredith: Oh, come on. Just because my uterus is occupied--
Alex: Go sit down. I'm not kidding. Give me your spot. (Mer moves out of the way)
Alex: Don't worry. I ditched my P.R. chick before I got down here.
Jackson: How did you know that we--
Jo: I paged him. You've got an incoming kid. You're gonna need kid sized equipment.
Alex: I brought a PEDS cart with a bunch of crap.
(April pulls up in the ambulance, Heather runs into the sliding doors, as they don't open anymore)
Cristina: Oh, jeez.
Heather: I'm okay.
Meredith: That's why we needed interns.
Jackson: I just snagged a monitor, ventilator, and central line kits.
Meredith: I have saline, infusion pumps, a crash cart, and Cristina.
Jo (to Jackson): I'm sorry. They overpowered me.
Jackson: The fewer people who know about this, the better guys.
Cristina: I brought lackeys.
Jackson: What? No, I don't need interns.
Cristina: No, this room has three internal exits. You have a lookout on one. (to Shane & Jo) Happy, ponytail. You man the doors. (to Heather) Mousy, um, be the nurse. We need gloves.
Shane: On it.
Heather: Why do I have to be the nurse?
(In the E.R.)
Jo: Wow. They really cleared the place out. Okay, where do we start?
Jackson: You can start by guarding the door. Hey, no one can know about this. No one comes in. You understand? (Jo nods and goes to guard the door)
Jo: Medusa me all you want. You're not getting in.
Meredith: I'm an attending and I'm ordering you to let me in.
Jo: Well, you're not my attending today, so--
Meredith: Don't make me force you.
Jo: I'd like to see you try.
Jackson (opens the door): Hey. Jo, it's okay. I paged her. She's cool.
Jo: I hope you understand I would never ordinarily speak to you that way and I look forward to working on your service again soon.
(At Portland Gen trying to get info on Pegasus)
Richard: Why do I have to be the patient?
Callie: 'Cause you look the part. Oh, and I'm naturally vivacious.
Richard: Yeah, 'manic's' more a word for it. (clears throat as a nurse approachs)
Nurse: I'm so sorry for the wait. We're gonna get a doctor to you just as soon as possible.
Richard: Well, there really wasn't a wait.
Callie (about a doctor on a brochure): Ew. Wow. You're a happy one, aren't you?
Richard (points to the poster on the wall): He's up there, too.
Callie: Hmm? (turns and sees the poster and jumps back) Ugh. (Richard laughs)
Dr. Kan (walks up): Hello, I'm Dr. Mattoo. You can call me Kan if you'd like. You wouldn't be here if you weren't experiencing some pain or discomfort. I apologize if we exacerbated that with a wait.
Callie: Uh, we got here like a half a minute ago.
Dr. Kan: Okay, so Mr. Plantain...
Richard: Uh, it's like the fruit.
Callie: It's Cuban.
Dr. Kan: Can you spell that for me?
Richard: Um, P-L-A-N... (looks to Callie who nods) Uh, T-A-I-N.
Dr. Kan: Well, Mr. Plantain we know you have a lot of options for your healthcare management, and we are honored that you've chosen us today.
Richard: It was my pleasure.
Dr. Kan: Saw your E.K.G. looks pretty good. How are you feeling today?
Richard: Uh, well, Dr. Kan, uh, you know the last 24 hours, I-I've--
Dr. Kan: Uh, uh, sorry. Let me-- Let me put that another way. What brought you in today?
Callie: I'm sorry. What's wrong with asking him how he feels?
Dr. Kan: That could take us down the wrong road, and because your time is valuable to us, we don't want to get off on any tangents.
Callie: Well, if you ask him how he's feeling, maybe he'll tell you that he's... He's blue, 'cause you know, his company was just purchased by a bigger company. That he doesn't like. And, you know, he can't talk to me about it 'cause... (laughs) I'm the self-involved type. You know, we just, like, you know, shop online and redecorate the house. And so he's been-- He's been, uh, hanging out at the... local watering hole, where he has been bumming cigarettes and, uh, now he's experiencing shortness of breath. (Richard starts coughing) So if you ask him what brought him in today, he's just gonna tell you 'shortness of breath.' And then you'd miss the whole cigarette connection.
Dr. Kan: I ask about smoking on screen two.
Callie: Fine. Whatever.
Dr. Kan: Okay, let me get back to screen one. Darn it. The screen froze. Sorry, technical difficulties. Uh, I'm gonna have to exit the system... and take us back to the top.
Richard: It's okay. Take you time.
Dr. Kan: Can't really do that. We've only got 15 minutes together today. Here we go. Mr. Plantain, can you spell that for me?
Stephanie (to Jackson): You need to get back to the seminar. And you have to step it up. What do you need, a pep talk, tough love?
Jo: No amount of tough love is gonna make up for the babies Alex saves on a daily basis.
(On the phone, April is at the scene of a hit and run)
April: Seattle Pres is slammed and they're diverting us to Redmond, but that's an hour away, and this kid... He doesn't have an hour, Jackson. He doesn't.
Jackson: Alright. Alright. How are his vitals?
April: Bad. We've got no airway. I can't crike. He's got sub-Q emphysema. He will die en route if we have to go way out there. He will die.
Jackson: Are you asking what I think you're asking?
April: If I am, will you do it?
(Doing a skills lab while Larry a hospital representive watches)
Jackson: So by the end of this seminar I expect all of you to be able to perform basic wound clousures using the interrupted 2-layer technique.
Shane (to Jo, about Larry): I don't like that guy in the back. I can feel him watching me.
Heather: No, it's just me. I like to look at you.
Jo: Quick question, Dr. Avery. Do you use this technique more often when you perform butt lifts or breast implants?
Stephanie: Actually, isn't this the technique you used to attach the face on to your last face transplant patient?
Jackson: Well, I've never actually done--
Jo: Sidebar. What do you find more fulfilling-- Liposuction or body sculpting?
Stephanie: Sidebar. Isn't it true that you completed more successful skin grafts than any other doctor in this hospital?
Jackson: Um... Yeah. (quietly, to Stephanie) What are you doing?
Stephanie: Saving your ass. You hit a rock and you're sinking. (motions towards Larry in the back) Iceberg ahead, captain.
(At Portland Gen trying to get info on Pegasus)
Callie: Hi, my name's Calliope... T-- (notices a plant behind the nurse) Plant... tain. Plantain. And this is... my husband.
Richard: Um, uh... Julio Plantain.
Callie: And he needs a doctor.
Nurse: Can I see some I.D.?
Callie: He has chest pains. (Richard starts holding his chest)
(Looking Pegasus' website)
Voice from Website: Pegasus, racing you to a better tomorrow.
Callie: Oh, I'm gonna hurl.
Richard: Mm. Click there where it says 'hospitals.'
Callie (clicks it): Holy crap. They must own half the hospitals in the country.
Richard: They're the guys who bought out Portland Gen last year.
Arizona (walks in): Hey.
Callie: Hey, look at this. 'Hand in hand, we'll walk together, partners on the road to your brighter tomorrow.' This is who's buying us.
Arizona: That's a cute logo. Sofia would like it. She likes horses.
Callie: It's not a horse. It's a Pegasus. And it wants to hold your hand. This website has not one tangible piece of information about they company or healthcare. Why doesn't this bother you?
Arizona: It does, but they're buying us and we're all about to gallop down the road towards a brighter tomorrow. So, you know, cool your heels. Chill out. There's nothing we can do about it. (walks out)
Callie: She just told me to cool my heels. Have you ever known me to cool my heels?
Richard: How do you feel about a road trip?
Alana (showing potential buyers around the hospital): And here we have a fully centralized electronic records system. Everything you need to know about any client at any time. Smart, streamlined, efficient--
Meredith: Oh, efficient. It'd be more efficient if it didn't keep deleting my patients.
Callie: Sing it, Grey.
Owen: Don't encourage her.
Callie: Why not? Cahill deserves it. This morning she gave me this whole load of crap about how to talk to buyers. Emphasize sports medicine, and don't emphasize my research.
Owen: She doesn't want anything to jeopardize the sale, and neither should you.
Richard: Research is risky. The suits don't like it. Whereas, if you've got the Seahawks as patients...
Callie: Ah, she doesn't call 'em 'patients'. She calls 'em 'clients' like we're, uh, oh, I don't know, real estate agents.
Bailey: Real estate agents look happy. Maybe we'll be happy. Their benefits packages says they have dental, including orthodontics. Now I happen to have a family history of very straight teeth, but Tuck may grow up and need braces. I don't know. But if he does, they have dental. That's-- I'm just gonna focus on that.
Callie: No, no, no. We cannot settle. We have to rise up and we have to do something.
Bailey: You've done plenty. (walks off)
Derek: Maybe those of us from the plane should keep our heads down for a while. (walks off)
Callie: Am I crazy? I mean, am I the only one who that thinks these... wonks are gonna destroy the place?
Richard: No. You're not crazy at all.
Stephanie: Jackson Avery is the new face of Seattle Grace... Now that makes sense.
Jo: Alex also makes sense.
Stephanie: If you want a face that's unshaven and sweating light beer. (Alex and Jackson walk out of the room)
Stephanie (to Jackson): You got this in the bag.
Jo (to Alex): Walk with me. Here's what I know. They like Avery's looks and they like his name. Now you don't have either of those.
Alex: Gee, thanks.
Jo (whispering): But you have Africa. Lead with Africa. (they walk off)
Stephanie: He's a scrapper and a fighter. Now some people find that charming, but you're an Avery. Use it. Owe it. Impress them. They want to be impressed.
Jo (to Alex): And I saw your breakfast. You brain can't function on powered sugar. Here. (hands him a banana)
Alex: Oh, you just carry those around in your pocket? (they walk up to Mer and Cristina)
Meredith (holding an iPad): Every time I touch this thing, it deletes another patient.
Cristina: It deletes a patient?
Jo: I did the exact same thing this morning. Here, let me see...
Meredith: Who are your stalkers?
Alex: Oh, the new guys are looking for a hospital show pony-- A face for the brochure.
Jackson: Yeah, Karev's my competition.
Stephanie: Mm. If you can call it that.
Jackson: You can't.
Alex: Bite me, pretty boy.
Meredith: And why are there no women in the running?
Cristina: Oh, there was. I turned them down. This face only goes on the Nobel brochure.
Alex: You really think it's okay to let these people in here?
Jackson: The patient's fine with it.
Alex: It's the ambassador thing. You think this kid makes you look good.
Jackson: I always look good.
Alex: These are real people with sick kids. This is not a photo-op.
Amrita: Look, I was just trying--
Alex: Look, I don't care, alright? The next kid I'm about to go see is a very sensitive case. Alright? You don't say a word. You do not take a photo. You're a shadow, a freaking shadow. Got it?
Amrita: Protective of your patients. Passionate. I like it.
Alex: Forget it. You're waiting in the hall.
Alex: You're with me all day?
Amrita: We just want to get to know who you are, Dr. Karev. See you in your element. It's important that we choose the right ambassador for our brand.
Alex: Your brand? This hospital isn't a luxury car. (Amrita starts taking pictures)
Stephanie: Uh, good morning, Dr. Karev. Pre-rounds went well. Got your scans. Do you want to tell me who the creepy lady is taking our photo?
Amrita: Uh, I'm Amrita. I do public image assessment for Pegasus Horizons.
Alex: They're buying the hospital. They're looking for a face to slap on some posters.
Stephanie: And they chose you?
Jo: I don't like him like that.
Heather: Guys just don't hang out with girls. It's not in their D.N.A.
Shane: That's not true. (Stephanie glares at him) Okay, it's true.
Alex: For the millionth time, Jo and I are not into each other.
Cristina: Oh, please. You and ponytail-McGee were canines in heat last night. Literally.
Meredith (walks in and sits down): I told you they were doing it, Avery. Pay up.
Cristina: You two are, like, one drink away from crazy monkey sex. Just stuff her turkey. You'll feel better.
Alex: I feel fine. Look, I'm not screwing my ex every night (to Jackson) and I'm not taking advantage of interns on someone else's sofa. You're gonna pay to have that thing disinfected. (Mer laughs)
Jackson: I'm not taking advantage. It's a really nice sofa, though.
Cristina: Hey, Apes.
April: Hey, here's a question. Um, whatever happened to good old fashioned romance? No stuffing of turkeys or disinfecting sofas, but you know, what about nice normal dates where people talk, share a meal, get to know each other, and then wind up together, not because they're monkeys, but because they have genuine feelings in a committed way. I mean, what is so wrong with that, huh?
Meredith (to April who is holding tacos): Are you gonna eat all of those? (April rolls her eyes and walks out)
Jo: Brand ambassador? What does that even mean? You get to wear a funny hat and cut things with oversized scissors?
Alex: All I know is, Cahill creeps me out. (they walk into the living room and see Jackson & Stephanie making out)
Jo: That creeps me out. (they turn and walk away) Who comes over to somebody else's house and starts sucking face?
Alex: You invited 'em. (they hear noises upstairs)
Jo: What's that?
Alex: We are directly underneath Yang's room, and Owen's visiting. What do you think?
Jo: Oh. (they hear someone howl) Is that him or her?
Alex: Do napkins work as earplugs? (Jo starts howling) What the hell? (Jo continues making animal noises) You're nuts. (Alex starts making noises)
Jo: What is that?
Alex: I don't know. A giraffe. A dinosaur. (they start making noises again)
Alex: (opening voiceover) I'm not big into change. In oncology, when a normal cell changes into something malignant, it's called cellular transformation. The damn cells turn toxic right in front of your eyes. So as far as I'm concerned transformation sucks.
Alex: (closing voiceover) Change is a funny thing. Not everyone can handle it. It can sneak up on you. Things aren't what they used to be. Your whole world has transformed. You realize the ground beneath you has shifted. Things are uncertain. And there's no turning back. The world around you is different now unrecognizable and there's nothing you can do about it. You're stuck. The future's staring you in the face. And you're not sure you like what you see. Like I said, I'm not big into change.
Original International Air Dates:
Canada: February 7, 2013 on CTV
Sweden: March 13, 2013 on Kanal 5
Norway: March 19, 2013 on TV2
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