Grey’s Anatomy – Monologue (Dr. Meredith)

A monologue from the tv series developed by Shonda Rhimes

S16 – E8


Alan Brown, Farrah Alazari, Deborah Greene, and Sam Carter. Those are the names of the spouses of every patient I’ve ever lost.

I remember every single one of them. You don’t get to sit up there and ask questions about my daughter.

If you want to take my license and make sure I never see another patient again, then you do that,

but you have absolutely no right to ever mention my daughter’s name because you are the one who killed her father.

You don’t remember me. But I remember you. As the coward who stood over my dying husband –

the love of my life, and you didn’t even attempt to do burr holes after he failed to get him a head CT.

Burr holes! I was doing burr holes as an intern. That one night should have cost you your entire career, but instead you’re sitting up here judging me?

You don’t deserve to judge anyone.

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