“I have an aunt, who, whenever she would pour anything for you, would say, “Say ‘when'”. My aunt would say, “Say ‘when'”, and of course, we never did. We don’t say ‘when’, because there’s something about the possibility of more. More tequila, more love, more anything; more is better.”
“There’s something to be said about a glass half full; about knowing when to say ‘when’. I think it’s a floating line: a barometer of need and desire. It’s entirely up to the individual, and depends on what’s being poured. Sometimes, all we want is a taste; other times, there’s no such thing as enough: the glass is bottomless, and all we want is more.”
Grey’s Anatomy episode 14×19 ‘Beautiful Dreamer’ airs Thursday, April 12!
“An agent from ICE shows up at Grey Sloan in search of an employee who may be working in the U.S. under DACA. Alex’s patient Kimmie wants to leave the hospital to enjoy her final days, but Alex feels differently. Meanwhile, Arizona treats Matthew Taylor’s baby and April wants to do whatever she can to help.”
Check out the promo below!
We’ve also added episode stills to the gallery – check them out here.
Ellen appeared on Ellen DeGeneres on Thursday to talk Station 19, Grey’s, and her $20 million contract. Check out the clips below and see what she had to say!
She also announced her collaboration with Omaze to raise funds for the Ellen DeGeneres Wildlife Fund, where you can donate to gain entries to meet Ellen – you’ll get to go to a Wildlife Sanctuary with her and enjoy a picnic! You can check it out here.
We’ve also added some photos to the gallery, so be sure to check them out!
InStyle Magazine released their interview with Ellen, including a video where she discusses owning your shit. Check it out! The magazine will be available for purchase on March 16, but in the meantime you can read the article here.
“To be a good surgeon, you have to think like a surgeon. Emotions are messy. Tuck them neatly away and step into a clean, sterile room, where the procedure is simple: cut, suture, and close. But sometimes, you’re faced with a cut that won’t heal; a cut that rips its stitches wide open.”
“They say ‘practice makes perfect’. Theory is, the more you think like a surgeon, the more you become one: the better you get at remaining neutral, clinical – cut, suture, close – and the harder it becomes to turn it off – to stop thinking like a surgeon, and remember what it means to think like a human being.”
“Secrets can’t hide in science. Medicine has a way of exposing the lies. Within the walls of the hospital, the truth is stripped bare. How we keep our secrets outside the hospital – well, that’s a little different. One thing is certain. Whatever it is we’re trying to hide, we’re never ready for that moment when the truth gets naked. That’s the problem with secrets – like misery, they love company. They pile up and up until they take over everything…until you don’t have room for anything else. Until you’re so full of secrets, you feel like you’re going to burst.”
“The thing people forget is how good it can feel when you finally set secrets free: whether good, or bad, at least they’re out in the open, like it or not. And once your secrets are out in the open, you don’t have to hide behind them anymore. The problem with secrets is: even when you think you’re in control…you’re not.”
“You know how when you were a little kid and you believed in fairy tales? That fantasy of what your life would be – white dress, Prince Charming, who’d carry you away to a castle on a hill. You’d lie in bed at night and close your eyes, and you had complete and utter faith. Santa Claus, the Tooth Fairy, Prince Charming – they were so close, you could taste them. But eventually you grow up. One day you open your eyes, and the fairy tale disappears. Most people turn to the things and people they can trust. But the thing is, it’s hard to let go of that fairy tale entirely. ‘Cause almost everyone still has that smallest bit of hope – of faith – that one day they’ll open their eyes and it will all come true.”
“At the end of the day, faith is a funny thing. It turns up when you don’t really expect it. It’s like one day you realize that the fairy tale may be slightly different than you dreamed. The castle – well, it may not be a castle. And it’s not so important that it’s happy ever after…just that it’s happy right now. See, once in a while – once in a blue moon – people will surprise you. And once in a while…people may even take your breath away.”