Grace is sent back to Detroit General Hospital in August 1979. The fateful day on which her actions ruined her husband's medical career took place on August 24th.
Mr. Jones: Hey there!
Grace: Where the hell am I?
Mr. Jones: Actually, that's where you're not.
Grace: This is ridiculous, I can't be dead. I've got so much to do.
Judge Othniel: Dr Grace Grant-Hastings, I presume.
Mr. Jones: You're up. Come on.
Judge Othniel: That's your name with a hyphen in it, lady?
Grace: Yes. Are you God?
Judge Othniel: No. (laughs) Made in His image, same as you. It says here you are a self-confessed secular humanist. (chuckles to himself) Another noodnick!
Judge Othniel: When you chose ambition over love, you sentenced yourself and your husband to a life of emptiness and guilt.
Mr. Jones: You want to know why God gave you a second chance Daisy? Because He loves you.
Mr. Jones: People can change their lives any time they want. There's no statue of limitations on saying "I'm sorry, I was wrong, I made a mistake."
Physician, heal thyself
Mr. Jones is quoting Jesus' words from Luke 4:23. One interpretation of the proverb is that people should take care of their own faults instead of correcting others' defects.