All I'd do was ask and he would be cleaning the bedpans and changing the sheets.
We treat them as soon as we can and there's no need to apologize for how long it takes. Carol (to her guests at the wedding): I don't know what to say. But I guess I'm just lucky to be alive and have so many good friends who care for me. Doug: What can I say about Mark Greene that hasn't already been said? You were exactly where you have always been your entire life: someplace else! I just never realized how much you fell in love with them. For the most part, the training has been excellent, but I just feel that ultimately I don't belong in surgery and I would suspect that you would agree with me.
I've been considering it for quite some time, and I feel that I've made an error in selecting surgery as my specialty.
Carter: I've been contemplating leaving the surgical program.
When I got back to work, people either smothered me with kindness or treated me like I was invisible. Kerry: [to Mark] We know that everyday some child won't make it home from school, some father won't make it home from work, but if we allowed ourselves to think that could be us, we couldn't walk out our front door.
I can learn the techniques, the mechanics, but I'll never be a great surgeon. Anspaugh, I can be a great doctor; a doctor who spends time with his patients, who's there for them. ' I'm looking at her, I don't know what she's saying.
Doug: I told this one mother that her son had been killed, and she said 'is it broken? He would think it was funny to drive with his knees, his eyes closed, like it was some sort of game. Carol: [to Jeanie] I swallowed a bunch of pills a few years ago. You'll go to sleep at night wishing plague and pestilence on his unborn children, and you will wake up every morning praying for his approval. We didn't love, we didn't cherish, we didn't respect and now you've killed me! He is the Antichrist, Beelzebub, Lucifer, a devourer of wedges. (gets angry) But we didn't have that kind of marriage, did we, Al. He's smarter than you, he never eats, never sleeps, and he reads every medical journal no matter how obscure. He sat there and watched his wife die, and he helped her to die, because she was in so much pain, and he loved her.