"Grey's Anatomy" How Insensitive (TV Episode 2010) Poster

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Ellen Pompeo: Dr. Meredith Grey



  • Dr. Meredith Grey : [opening voiceover]  The skin is the largest organ in the body. It protects us. Holds us together. Literally lets us know how we're feeling. The skin can be soft and vulnerable. Highly sensitive. Easy to break. Skin doesn't matter to a surgeon, we'll cut right through it, go inside, find out the secrets underneath. It takes delicacy and sensitivity.

  • Dr. Meredith Grey : [closing voiceover]  No matter how thick-skinned we try to be, there's millions of electrifying nerve endings in there. Open and exposed and feeling way too much. Try as we might from feeling pain. Sometimes it's just unavoidable. Sometimes, that's the only thing left: just feeling.

  • Dr. Meredith Grey : Now I understand the sensitivty training.

    Dr. Cristina Yang : Yeah, no fat jokes.

    Dr. Miranda Bailey : Yang, you're off the case.

    Dr. Cristina Yang : I said no fat jo...

    Dr. Miranda Bailey : Goodbye

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