Grey's Anatomy 2x05 Quotes

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Grey's Anatomy 2x05 Quotes By Andy Warhol: Switzerland is my favorite place now, because it's Switzerland is my favorite place now, because it's so - nothing. There is absolutely nothing to do. Andy Warhol
Grey's Anatomy 2x05 Quotes By James Joyce: I am quite content to go down to I am quite content to go down to posterity as a scissors and paste man for that seems to me a harsh but not unjust description — James Joyce
Grey's Anatomy 2x05 Quotes By Jane Espenson: We had all been feeling this, about the We had all been feeling this, about the Buffy/Riley relationship. It never had the fire that Buffy/Angel did. It wasn't really meant to. — Jane Espenson
Grey's Anatomy 2x05 Quotes By George Lakoff: The Strict Father model takes as background the The Strict Father model takes as background the view that life is difficult and that the world is fundamentally dangerous. — George Lakoff
Grey's Anatomy 2x05 Quotes By Damien Rice: I've learned very, very, very clearly that money I've learned very, very, very clearly that money does not equal happiness or security, either. — Damien Rice
Grey's Anatomy 2x05 Quotes By Regina Spektor: Today we're younger than we're ever gonna be Today we're younger than we're ever gonna be — Regina Spektor
Grey's Anatomy 2x05 Quotes By Sean Quinn: I started off in 1993 with one lorry. I started off in 1993 with one lorry. I wasn't one of those guys buying a business and gearing it up. — Sean Quinn
Grey's Anatomy 2x05 Quotes By Yisroel Meir Ha-Cohen: With faith, there are no questions; without faith, With faith, there are no questions; without faith, there are no answers. — Yisroel Meir Ha-Cohen
Grey's Anatomy 2x05 Quotes By Val McDermid: It's only hunting you that keeps me from It's only hunting you that keeps me from being you. — Val McDermid
Grey's Anatomy 2x05 Quotes By Barry Zito: I was this 5-7 pudgy kid in high I was this 5-7 pudgy kid in high school ... I wasn't a popular kid. I was an outcast. — Barry Zito