Here’s another Grey’s monologue. Hope you like this one! 🙂
Season 6, Episode 16 : Perfect Little Accident
“No matter how many plans we make or steps we follow, we never know how our day is going to end up. We’d prefer to know, of course, what curve balls will be thrown our way. It’s the accidents that always turn out to be the most interesting parts of our day, the people we never expected to show up, a turn of events we never would have chose for ourselves. All of a sudden you find yourself somewhere you never expected to be and its nice, or it takes some getting used to. Still, maybe you’ll find yourself appreciating it somewhere down the line. So you go to sleep each night thinking about tomorrow, going over your plans, preparing for them, and hoping that whatever accidents come your way will be happy ones.”
Terribly apologise for posting a month late but here goes out another Monologue from my favourite show, Grey’s Anatomy!
Season 6, Episode 24: “Death and all his friends”
The human life is made up of choices. Yes or no. In or out. Up or down. And then there are the choices that matter. Love or hate. To be a hero or to be a coward. To fight or to give in. To live. Or die. Live or die. That’s the important choice. And it’s not always in our hands.”
“Yes or no. In or out. Up or down. Live or die. Hero or coward. Fight or give in. I’ll say it again to make sure you hear me. The human life is made up of choices. Live or die. That’s the most important choice. And it’s not always in our hands.
Sorry was a tad bit late with the weekly Monologues from “Greys Anatomy”!
This comes from Season 7, Episode 15: Golden Hour.
How much can you actually accomplish in an hour? Run an errand maybe, sit in traffic, get an oil change. When you think about it an hour isn’t very long. Sixty minutes. Thirty-six hundred seconds. That’s it. In medicine, though, an hour is often everything. We call it the golden hour. That magical window of time that can determine whether a patient lives or dies. an hour, one hour, can change anything forever. an hour can save your life. an hour can change your life. sometimes an hour is a gift we give ourselves. for some, an hour can mean almost nothing. for others, an hour makes all the difference in the world. but in the end, it’s still just an hour. one of many. many more to come. sixty minutes. thirty six hundred seconds. that’s it. then it starts all over again. and who knows what the next hour might hold.
Back again with another monologues from Grey’s Anatomy!
This is from Season 9, Episode 7.
“Can two people really be meant to be? M-F-E-O. Soul mates. It would be nice if it’s true, that we all have someone out there waiting for us, us waiting for them. I’m just not sure I believe it… Maybe I do believe it… All this meant to be stuff… Why not believe it? Really? Who doesn’t want more romance in their life? Maybe it’s just up to us to make it happen… to show up and be meant for each other. At least that way you will find out for sure if you’re meant to be or not.”
This is a section where I’d be frequently, mostly every week, including a monologue from Grey’s Anatomy (my current and forever favourite Television show on the ABC network)
Today’s monologue is from the 8th Season, 1st Episode.
Even good marriages fail. One minute you’re standing on solid ground, the next minute- you’re not. And there’re always two versions. Yours, and theirs. The both versions start the same way though. The both start with two people falling in love. You think yours is the one that’s gonna make it. So it always comes as a shock. The moment you realize it’s over. One minute you’re standing on solid ground, the next minute, you’re not.”
“Do you have what it takes? If your marriage is in trouble, can you weather the storm? When the ground gives way and your world collapses, maybe you just need to have faith. And trust that you can survive this together. Maybe you just need to hold on tight. And no matter what, don’t let go.