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* Christina asking Meredith to be her person and Meredith accepting it.

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* Christina Cristina asking Meredith to be her person and Meredith accepting it.



* Meredith letting Christina sleep in her bed (even though Derek is there too).

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* Meredith letting Christina Cristina sleep in her bed (even though Derek is there too).



** The topper is Alex reading a note from someone who talks of how "if my life was on the line, I'd want Meredith Grey operating" and she's the best surgeon she's ever known. The writer? Who else but Christina Yang.

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** The topper is Alex reading a note from someone who talks of how "if my life was on the line, I'd want Meredith Grey operating" and she's the best surgeon she's ever known. The writer? Who else but Christina Cristina Yang.




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\n** The topper is Alex reading a note from someone who talks of how "if my life was on the line, I'd want Meredith Grey operating" and she's the best surgeon she's ever known. The writer? Who else but Christina Yang.
** And, according to Alex, Callie, Arizona, Addison and other past doctors wrote similar notes.
** After slamming Meredith for breaking the rules so much, Bailey finally comes around and speaks up for her at the hearing and noting how "she's going to keep breaking the rules and that's why she's so great."






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\n\n* When Meredith is facing possibly losing her license, Alex arranges for a pack of patients she has saved over the years (including the ''very first person'' Meredith treated) testifying to how they owe their lives to her and convince the board to let Meredith keep on her work.



* In "My Next Life", Meredith's first ever patient Katie Bryce returns to the hospital. Meredith sees her and immanently recalls her name and condition, even inquiring as to her gymnastics career. Meredith makes a point of following the entire case.

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* In "My Next Life", Meredith's first ever patient Katie Bryce returns to the hospital. Meredith sees her and immanently immediately recalls her name and condition, even inquiring as to her gymnastics career. Meredith makes a point of following the entire case.



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[[folder: Season 12]]
* In "My Next Life", Meredith's first ever patient Katie Bryce returns to the hospital. Meredith sees her and immanently recalls her name and condition, even inquiring as to her gymnastics career. Meredith makes a point of following the entire case.

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* When Georges's mother comes into the hospital for surgery in "Heart Shaped Box", Callie decides to come out as bisexual and tells her that she has a baby and is really happy now. Mrs. O'Malley's teary smile when she asks if she has any pictures of Sofia goes a long way towards fixing the TearJerker of her own mother's disapproval of her getting married to another woman and saying they're not a real family.

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* "Heart Shaped Box"
** Jackson is genuinely impressed to hear the George was the doctor to do the elevator heart surgery.
---> "George was the heart-in-the-elevator guy? I heard about that. Sounded badass."
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When Georges's mother comes into the hospital for surgery in "Heart Shaped Box", , Callie decides to come out as bisexual and tells her that she has a baby and is really happy now. Mrs. O'Malley's teary smile when she asks if she has any pictures of Sofia goes a long way towards fixing the TearJerker of her own mother's disapproval of her getting married to another woman and saying they're not a real family.
--->'''Louise:''' You have a baby?
--->'''Callie:''' I-I do.
--->'''Louise:''' Do you have any pictures?


* Catherine Avery arrives in "The Bed's Too Big Without You" to comfort April after hearing about her baby. Catherine completely drops her bossy demean and is utterly supportive, urging April to have the boy and hold him in her arms until God takes him.

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* Catherine Avery arrives in "The Bed's Too Big Without You" to comfort April after hearing about her baby. Catherine completely drops her bossy demean demeanor and is utterly supportive, urging April to have the boy and hold him in her arms until God takes him.





[[folder: Season 11]]
* In "Don't Let's Start", Owen gives a YouAreNotAlone speech to a veteran who was living out of her car. The veteran, Melissa, is embarrassed since she never saw combat and only fixed computers in the Green Zone.
* Catherine Avery arrives in "The Bed's Too Big Without You" to comfort April after hearing about her baby. Catherine completely drops her bossy demean and is utterly supportive, urging April to have the boy and hold him in her arms until God takes him.
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* In Season 11, Owen gives a YouAreNotAlone speech to a veteran who was living out of her car. The veteran, Melissa, is embarrassed since she never saw combat and only fixed computers in the Green Zone.

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* In Season 11, Owen gives a YouAreNotAlone speech to a veteran who was living out of her car. The veteran, Melissa, is embarrassed since she never saw combat and only fixed computers in the Green Zone.*


** Everything he does for Izzie when she's got cancer.

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** Everything he does for Izzie when she's got she develops cancer.





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\n* Ellis Grey was hardly an ideal mother, but there still are numerous moments that show that she truly loved her daughter. Examples include:
** The fact that Meredith is the only person she'll allow to visit her when she gets Alzheimer's, and that she signs everything over to her daughter later on.
** In the episode where she becomes almost completely lucid she is harsh to Meredith when they are together, but later on she asks Richard about her own condition and says "What about Meredith? Do I at least recognize Meredith?", revealing how important her daughter is to her.
** It's implied that the real reason why she didn't want Meredith to go to med school is that she wanted her to have a more normal family life.
** Their interactions in "limbo". While it may just have been Meredith's imagination, Ellis' behavior came from somewhere in Mer's own memory and mind.
** When she divorced Thatcher she could have let him have custody of Meredith, giving Ellis all the freedom she could ask for to pursue medicine. Instead she got sole custody of her daughter.




* "Stairway To Heaven": Bailey outright ''demands'' that Derek allow his patient, a inmate on Death Row, die so his organs can be used to save a little boy. Derek pauses the operation, looks her in the eye, and challenges her to decide if she actualyl wants the paitent dead. The last person the camera focuses on, the person Bailey is looking at when she opts to allow the surgery to continue? [[EnsembleDarkHorse Bokhee]], the series's omni-present Asian scrub nurse.

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* "Stairway To Heaven": Bailey outright ''demands'' that Derek allow his patient, a inmate on Death Row, die so his organs can be used to save a little boy. Derek pauses the operation, looks her in the eye, and challenges her to decide if she actualyl actually wants the paitent patient dead. The last person the camera focuses on, the person Bailey is looking at when she opts to allow the surgery to continue? [[EnsembleDarkHorse Bokhee]], the series's omni-present Asian scrub nurse.



* Amanada, the girl George saved from the bus, is greatly touched by his act and sits vigil at his bedside the entire time.

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* Amanada, Amanda, the girl George saved from the bus, is greatly touched by his act and sits vigil at his bedside the entire time.



** When an apparently paranoid schizophrenic [[Music/DemiLovato teenager]] threatens to kill herself as she's being committed to the pych ward, Alex ''immediately'' goes to bat for her and goes out of his way to find out what is wrong and help her. And he does it!

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** When an apparently paranoid schizophrenic [[Music/DemiLovato teenager]] threatens to kill herself as she's she is being committed to the pych ward, Alex ''immediately'' goes to bat for her and goes out of his way to find out what is wrong and help her. And he does it!



* In "Can't Fight Biology, Lexie is feeling down because she's feeling left out and Alex ditched her in Psych. Mer explains that April knew about the miscarriage because she was there, and tells Lexie that Meredith sat by her bedside in Pysch for 36 hours.
-->"You are not crazy, Lexie. You are a Grey".

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* In "Can't Fight Biology, Biology", Lexie is feeling down because she's feeling left out and Alex ditched her in Psych. Mer explains that April knew about the miscarriage because she was there, and tells Lexie that Meredith and:
-->"As far as the psych ward goes, you were not alone. I
sat by her your bedside in Pysch for 36 hours.
-->"You are
hours while you slept. You're not crazy, Lexie. You are You're a Grey".Grey."



[[folder: Season 9]]
* The hospital is renamed the Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital.

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[[folder: Season 10]]

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* In season 9 the hospital is renamed the Grey Sloan Memorial Hospital.



* Ellis Grey was hardly an ideal mother, but there still are numerous moments that show that she truly loved her daughter. Examples include:
** The fact that Meredith is the only person she'll allow to visit her when she gets Alzheimer's, and that she signs everything over to her daughter later on.
** In the episode where she becomes almost completely lucid she is harsh to Meredith when they are together, but later on she asks Richard about her own condition and says "What about Meredith? Do I at least recognize Meredith?", revealing how important her daughter is to her.
** It's implied that the real reason why she didn't want Meredith to go to med school is that she wanted her to have a more normal family life.
** Their interactions in "limbo". While it may just have been Meredith's imagination, Ellis' behavior came from somewhere in Mer's own memory and mind.
** When she divorced Thatcher she could have let him have custody of Meredith, giving Ellis all the freedom she could ask for to pursue medicine. Instead she got sole custody of her daughter.


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* Ellis Grey was hardly an ideal mother, but there still are numerous moments that show that she truly loved her daughter. Examples include:
** The fact that Meredith is the only person she'll allow to visit her when she gets Alzheimer's, and that she signs everything over to her daughter later on.
** In the episode where she becomes almost completely lucid she is harsh to Meredith when they are together, but later on she asks Richard about her own condition and says "What about Meredith? Do I at least recognize Meredith?", revealing how important her daughter is to her.
** It's implied that the real reason why she didn't want Meredith to go to med school is that she wanted her to have a more normal family life.
** Their interactions in "limbo". While it may just have been Meredith's imagination, Ellis' behavior came from somewhere in Mer's own memory and mind.
** When she divorced Thatcher she could have let him have custody of Meredith, giving Ellis all the freedom she could ask for to pursue medicine. Instead she got sole custody of her daughter.





* In "It's A Long Way Back", all the residents work together to sneak Callie to the [=NICU=] to see baby Sophia for the first time.

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* In "It's A Long Way Back", all the residents work together to sneak Callie to the [=NICU=] to see baby Sophia Sofia for the first time.

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-->'''Steven Tanner:''' BETHANY, ''SHUT UP''! No one is suing, no one is pressing charges, the only one who should be apologizing is ''you''! We almost lost ''our child'' today! She almost ''died''! We are ''not'' sending Jess away! This stops now, do you hear me? It stops now!\\
'''Bethany Tanner:''' Steven, what are you saying?\\
'''Steven Tanner:''' This ''stops''! Or I am gone. I will leave, and I will take Jess with me, and you will ''never'' see her again! I don’t care if she’s gay! I care if she’s ''loved'', I care if she’s ''happy''! And that is what ''you'' should care about! What is wrong with you that you ''don’t''?!

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** Mark, noticing Lexie crying, orders her to check the blood bank so she'll have something to do.

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* In "It's A Long Way Back", all the residents work together to sneak Callie to the [=NICU=] to see baby Sophia for the first time.


* Meredith: "I don't know what it's like to have a father. But I do know what it's like to have a sister. And it's good."



[[folder: Season 8]]
* Jackson congratulating April on winning Chief Resident. Not only is he the one person to do so but he is truly happy for her. Made even more heartwarming when they realize they are now happy after surviving the shooting and grieving for their murdered friends.
* When Georges's mother comes into the hospital for surgery in "Heart Shaped Box", Callie decides to come out as bisexual and tells her that she has a baby and is really happy now. Mrs. O'Malley's teary smile when she asks if she has any pictures of Sofia goes a long way towards fixing the TearJerker of her own mother's disapproval of her getting married to another woman and saying they're not a real family.

[[/folder]]



* When Georges's mother comes into the hospital for surgery, Callie decides to come out as bisexual and tells her that she has a baby and is really happy now. Mrs. O'Malley's teary smile when she asks if she has any pictures of Sofia goes a long way towards fixing the TearJerker of her own mother's disapproval of her getting married to another woman and saying they're not a real family.
* Meredith: "I don't know what it's like to have a father. But I do know what it's like to have a sister. And it's good."



* Jackson congratulating April on winning Chief Resident. Not only is he the one person to do so but he is truly happy for her. Made even more heartwarming when they realise they are now happy after surviving the shooting and grieving for their murdered friends.

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* Jackson congratulating April on winning Chief Resident. Not only is he the one person to do so but he is truly happy for her. Made even more heartwarming when they realise they are now happy after surviving the shooting and grieving for their murdered friends.



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* Callie and Cristina in general. Cristina may be closest with Meredith, but she's very close to Callie, too. Callie is there for Cristina when she's got PTSD, and when she gets pregnant she wants Cristina to be Sofia's godmother - something which would not be taken lightly by Callie, who is a practicing Catholic.






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\n* Callie's father Carlos leaves her and Arizona's wedding before it happens because his wife isn't a fan of homosexuality. However, Carlos shows back up at the reception for the father-daughter dance, because bigotry be dammed, he's dreamed of this moment since Callie was little.




** Callie and Cristina in general. Cristina may be closest with Meredith, but she's very close to Callie, too. Callie is there for Cristina when she's got PTSD, and when she gets pregnant she wants Cristina to be Sofia's godmother - something which would not be taken lightly by Callie, who is a practicing catholic.
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** Callie and Cristina in general. Cristina may be closest with Meredith, but she's very close to Callie, too. Callie is there for Cristina when she's got PTSD, and when she gets pregnant she wants Cristina to be Sofia's godmother - something which would not be taken lightly by Callie, who is a practicing catholic.
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