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Grey's Anatomy is Under Pressure

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To come out with a new episode, that is. While last night's recap episode, "Under Pressure," contained some memorable moments, we'll be happier next Sunday when the show finally returns with something new. "Blues for Sister Someone" looks like it will be entertaining, according to the brief previews shown last night.

Joe the BartenderLast night's synopsis of Season Two was narrated by Joe the Bartender (played by Steven W. Bailey, right), the recurring character who owns the local watering hangout favored by the SGH gang. Apparently Meredith had the week off from her typical narrating duties.
For addicts, last night was a chance to relive the drama and Cristina's many snarky comments. For new fans, "Under Pressure" provided an opportunity to get caught up Denny Duquetteon everything.

From the infamous Code Black to the Shepherds' struggling marriage, and from Meredith's drunken one-night stand with George to Izzie's blossoming romance with Denny (played by Jeffrey Dean Morgan, left) and subsequent breakup with Alex, hopefully you're now up to date.

The fireworks resume in a mere 155 hours. Start the countdown! In the meantime, amuse yourself with our comprehensive image gallery, list of quotes and new Caption Contest!

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Could you send me the list of music featured in the re-cap episode "Under Pressure" I'm looking to know the artist and title for a slow song that played in the second half of the episode during a scenes montage.

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By any chance could you tell me the music featured in the re-cap episode 'Under Pressure'? thanks

Grey's Anatomy Quotes

Vulnerability isn't the opposite of strength. It's a necessary part. You have to force yourselves to open up, to expose ourselves, to offer everything we have and just pray that it's good enough. Otherwise, we'll never succeed.

Meredith

Our lives are built on our mistakes as much as our successes.

Ellis
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