Grey's Anatomy - Dumpsville

We open on nighttime this week. "My mother used to say this about residency. It takes a year to learn how to cut. It takes a lifetime to learn not to." Really, Ellis Grey said that? And to Meredith? I didn't think they had that sort of relationship, but I guess, "Be quiet Meredith, I'm trying to work," wouldn't be so meaningful to lead us into this week's episode. Bailey watches Jackson sleep and then Arizona runs up to answer Bailey's page. Bailey tells her that Jackson's BP is down a bit so they might be able to push for him to be moved up on the transplant list. It's obviously not worth of the 911-page that she used at 2:30 AM. Arizona tells her that they need to let the system do it's job and that they need to both get some sleep, and when Bailey tearily calls that he's running out of time, Arizona says, not unkind but still matter of fact, "They always are. Welcome to peds." VO: "Of all of the tools on the surgical tray, sound judgment is the trickiest one to master. And without it, we're all just toddlers running around with 10-blades."


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