Fangirl Challenge: [3/40] Romantic Relationships » Jackson Avery and April Kepner
"You said it yourself, something that feels this good cannot be bad. I want this. We get married, we have a house, with a huge yard. And we have a huge freaking wedding, butterflies, a field, whatever you want! We can do this.”
Fangirl Challenge: [11/40] Romantic Relationships » Jo Wilson and Alex Karev
"We’re the only family we need, right? We’ll be together forever, right? You and me. And if we have kids, we’ll be great. I’ll be a great dad and you’ll be great and it’ll just be us. We won’t need anybody else, okay?"
Something I really love about this moment is how raw Jackson looks. He’s not the type to share his personal life with the whole world, and would usually much rather keep things private. He’s not really a grand gesture kind of guy, he’s always much too driven to making things right.April brings out this whole different romantic side in him, where he’s suddenly the guy standing up at a wedding confessing his undying love. Jackson’s always too focused on being the nice guy that he doesn’t do things spontaneously. Unless that thing has something to do with April. His best friend, his person, his everything. And that’s so much more beautiful than some fancy flash mob proposal.
Grey’s Anatomy has given me a lot of security, especially as my kids have grown older. Plus, for the last eight years, I didn’t have to get on a plane and go to do a job out of town or in another part of the world.I’ve always looked at it as almost working at a factory because you go to work, you clock in and you do your time. But we still get to be creative and it is a character-driven show. A lot of other shows are more procedural and the actors don’t get to be silly or dramatic – but Grey’s Anatomy isn’t like that. We have all the right elements of a really creative, fun acting job – and we get to wear pajamas every day! It’s incredibly comfortable to work on a show set in a hospital - Justin Chambers