"Have You Seen Me Lately?" is the fifteenth episode of the eighth season of Grey's Anatomy and the 163rd produced episode of the series. It is also the 253rd produced episode of the Grey's Anatomy franchise. It was broadcast on February 16, 2012.
Amelia arrives in Seattle and turns to Lexie for help in persuading Derek to help her with an extremely complicated brain tumour but Derek's concerns about his sister's well being interfere with his involvement in the case. As they prepare for their oral board exams, Meredith gets a chance to shine when a man enters the E.R with his hand in a meat grinder and Alex learns a painful lesson when he pushes his intern, Morgan, too far. Meanwhile, Owen and Cristina try to salvage their marriage through counsilling and Mark and Bailey disagree over a patient's care.
- "'When you've tried everything but that headache won't go away, you can't stop coughing, the swelling won't go down; that's when you turn to a professional. As surgerons we spend years developing skills of perception that allow us to see exactly what the problem is. The trouble is sometimes all that time spend developing those skills of perception can leave a person with an extremly narrow point of view. And how are you supposed to argue with someone who has science on their side?"
- "We may not like it, but it really is important to stop every once in a while, get out of your own head and see the bigger picture. And suddenly you see new potential, new possibilities where you'd never seen them before. And that's all fine when a hopeless situation suddenly looks good. Unfortunatly, sometimes it goes the other way."
- "Origins" - Tennis
- "Everything Falls" - Fee
- "Different Shades Of White" - Tika
- "Change The Sheets" - Kathleen Edwards
- "Boxer + Clover" - The Donnies The Amys
This episode's title originated from the song Have You Seen Me Lately?, originally sung by Counting Crows.
- This episode is the first part of the February 2012 Grey's Anatomy/Private Practice crossover, with the episode "You Break My Heart" following this one.