MEREDITH: I lied. I’m not out … of
this relationship. I’m in. I’m so in it’s humiliating because here I am
MEREDITH: Shut up. You say
Meredith and I yell remember?
DR. SHEPARD: Yeah.
MEREDITH: Okay here it is. Your
choice. It’s simple. Her or me. And
I’m sure she’s really great. But Derek… I love you…. in a really, really big …
pretend to like your taste in music, let you eat the last piece of cheesecake,
hold a radio over my head outside your window…unfortunate way that makes me
hate you, love you. So pick me. Choose me. Love me.
MERDETIH: I’ll be at Joe’s
tonight. So if you do decide to sign the papers meet me there.
Addison: Good work, Dr. Burke. We may actually get you to the church on time. You nervous?
Burke: No, not really. More, uh... excited.
Burke: Um, except about my vows. I wrote them myself, and...I don't know. They may be too...I want 'em to be right.
Addison: Well, let's hear 'em.
Burke: What, now?
Addison: Hey, you've got a room full of women. Try it out on us.
Cristina...I could promise...to hold you...and to cherish you. I could
promise to be there in sickness and in health. I could say...till death
do us part. But I won't. Those vows are for...optimistic couples, the
ones full of hope. And I do not stand here on my wedding day optimistic
or full of hope.
Addison: Okay, um...
I am not optimistic. I am not hopeful. I am sure. I am steady. And I
know. I am a heart man. I take 'em apart. I put 'em back together. I
hold them in my hands. I am a heart man. So of this I am sure...you are
my partner...my lover...my very best friend. My heart, my heart...beats
for you. And on this day, the day of our wedding, I promise you
this...I promise you to lay my heart in the palm of your hands. I
promise you... me.
What too trite? Because I can rewrite it...
Izzie: No. No. It's...
Addison: I think I speak for...every woman in this room when I say dump her. Dump Yang and marry me.