George O'Malley: You know what you need?
Meredith Grey: No. It's sick and twisted. We said last time was the last time. You've been doing it without me?
George O'Malley: Nancy Reagan lied. You can't just say no. Come on.
Meredith Grey: Do you know what would happen if anyone knew?
George O'Malley: I'm doing it. You can come with me, or you can stay here and be miserable.
(In next scene George and Meredith are looking at the newborn babies and George is babbling at them...)
Meredith Grey: You are such a woman.
George O'Malley: You know, my parents tell everyone they meet that their son's a surgeon, as if it's a big accomplishment. Superhero or something. If they could see me now.
Meredith Grey: When I told my mother I wanted to go to medical school, she tried to talk me out of it. Said I didn't have what it takes to be a surgeon, that I'd never make it. So the way I see it, superhero sounds pretty damn good.
George O'Malley: We're gonna survive this, right?