[ Sighs ] Oh, okay,
so not an emergency. Well — Well, can we talk
about it over dinner? Because I’m starving, and that —
that tandoori chicken at Monsoon on Main
is calling my na– I’m pregnant! But…you… you… y-you said were
going through menopause. Turns out a lot can be true
at the same time. [ Laughs ] It’s crazy, right? And I know, we’ve —
we’ve never talked about this, but I’ve been thinking
about how much more prepared I am now compared to
when I had Tuck. I was just a resident.
I thought I knew everything, but basically knew,
uh, nothing. But now I’ve got mad skills,
nothing can stop me, and I kind of think
this might be great and something that we’ll
have…together. Right? Or…mm, am I wrong? Um, and it’s okay
if I’m… if, uh… I’m sorry. Uh… I’ve just been spinning all day
waiting to tell you, and then I got stuck
in the chamber — -Oh, we’re having a baby!!
-[ Laughs ] Y-Yes. Oh, and nausea is a classic
symptom of pregnancy — one more spin and we… ♪ Cold light
wakes me in the morning ♪ We’re having a baby. ♪ Your side is empty,
I was calling out to you ♪ You happy?
♪ I was calling out to you ♪ Oh! [ Laughs ] ♪ And all of the nights
and days ♪
[ Laughs ] Yeah. Tell them.
Tell them. Hey, hey. We’re —
We’re having a baby. We’re having a baby.
[ Both laugh ] ♪ But I don’t need your love ♪
We’re having a baby. ♪ I just need your talking… ♪
[ Laughs ] Okay. Meredith:
Trauma doesn’t tell time. It can’t tell if we’re 8 or 41, if our kids
have the chicken pox, or if we have the biggest surgeries
of our lives to perform. Hey. How was your day? Rough. Do you want to
talk about it? No.
♪ You’re the only one
who comes when I’m lonely ♪ It doesn’t have to be
with me. I just don’t want you to keep it
inside like before. Do you wanna throw crap? Huh? And when it sneaks up on us, it’s easy to think we’re
right back at square one. [ Grunts ]
[ Toy slams wall ] ♪ All that I need is
sweet escape ♪ [ Sighs ] You okay? Yeah.
Getting there. ♪ Ohh, oh, oh, oh, oh,
well, I’m leaving now ♪
Come on. [ Toy smacks softly ] Lame!
You got to — You got to really
throw it. ♪ And oh, oh, oh, oh, oh,
I’m leaving now ♪
Okay. [ Lamp rattles ] [ Laughs ] That felt
oddly satisfying. Right? [ Laughs ] Okay, but let’s do it
over here. Let’s do it over here,
come on. ♪ And all of the nights
and all of the days ♪
All right, come on. ♪ We’re watching them
fade away ♪
This wall. Come on! Whoo! ♪ What a life when
you’re rolling the dice ♪
Both: One, two, three. One, two… Three.
Aah! ♪ And all of the nights
and all of the days ♪
[ Laughs ] ♪ We’ll be watching it
fading away ♪ ♪ And, oh, what a life when
you’re rolling the dice ♪ But the truth is, even when our
brain convinces us we’re lost, if we try hard enough,
our bodies always remind us there’s a way back. -Okay.
-Okay. I’ll be right back. ♪ Hey.
Hey. How’s she doing? She’s fully recovered. She’s asking for Jell-O,
so I’m on a hunt. ♪ And oh, oh, oh, oh, oh,
I’m leaving now ♪ Thank you. How are you doing? I’m glad Zola’s okay. Good. Nancy. “The girl who cried
medical emergency.” That’s what the judge
called you. How’s your daughter?
Much better, thank you. She had to have neurosurgery,
so I couldn’t leave her. I get that. But sadly, you’re
going to have to leave her, along with the rest of
your children while you make up
for your missed hours. I was able to squeeze a small
drop of humanity from the judge. Thank you. I will be
at trash duty first thing, and no more excuses,
as soon as she’s sent home. Dr. Grey, you’re not going back
to clean-up duty. You’ll be making up
your missed hours in jail. And prepares us for whatever
fight lies ahead.
You’ll be making up
your ♪ I just need you now ♪