Grey's Anatomy Caption Contest XXXI

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This week proved yet another extremely difficult Caption Contest. At least as far as picking the winner. Since there was a prize up for grabs once again, fans brought their A games... not to mention some jokes about rods and other fishing humor, references to George Clooney, and even a blatant plea for a free CD (nice try, Sarah)!

Grey's Anatomy Caption Contest XXXI
We've looked over the list of entries, and determined that Kimmy is the winner by the slimmest of margins. Nice job! Contact us at to claim your prize as soon as you can!

Kimmy has won a copy of Joe Purdy's album, Julie Blue (right), which has a pair of songs heard on Grey's Anatomy, "I Love the Rain" and "Far Away Blues." Due to popular demand, we are giving away one more copy this week as well. So get cracking!

You can read the winning caption below the image, and scroll down the page to read all 64 entries we received. Thanks to all who participated, because all of the captions we got really are great. We appreciate it, and wish you the best of luck again this week!

Here's this week's Caption Contest image...

A River Runs Through It

"The pig and the chicken, it’s like the fish and the worm: the worm is involved ... wait, the fish is ... no, that’s not right. Maybe that analogy doesn’t work. I thought I had that, seriously!"

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Chief: "Derek, I know you want space to clear your head and take some time to figure things out, but I'm going to give it to you straight. Get over Mark. Forgive Addison. Go home and tell Meredith how you feel and get on with it! For God's sake - be a man." Derek: "Be a man? This coming from someone who pranced around with a carry-on suitcase and a picnic basket filled with pate' and gourmet crackers on a camping trip. Seriously?"


Derek: Yooo see, fish hate the noise. Footsteps. It scares em' , yah know?


Derek: Yah see don't like noise. Its something in the footsteps. You have to really lean
this way so they won't hear yah.


derek: going camping was a great idea... and fishing is so relaxing. i think we should do this often. preston (thinking mcdreamy has no guy friends): seriously?!? chief (dreading another camping trip): seriously?!?


Derek: The pig and the chicken, it's like the fish and the worm: the worm is involved ... wait, the fish is ... no, that's not right. Maybe that analogy doesn't work. I thought I had that, seriously!


Burke: It's okay if u want to cry.
Derek: (sobbing) You're right. I have no guy friends...


Derek: Tell me again why I am the only one fishing? This is a fishing trip, isn't it?


Burke/Chief: So "McDreamy," fill us in on your secrets. Derek: Well, you know, I try and uh- spice things up a bit. Sometimes its the hospital room, sometimes its in the shower. Oh, and well - the hair helps a lot too.


Derek: Okay Chief, I'm going to help you win Adele back. First, your going to "accidentally" meet her at Joes bar. You tell her how great of a guy you are, and how much she would love you, all the while making sure she gets a steady flow of tequila into her system. Next you go to her place and make love all night long. Then, all the while being mister mysterious, you woe her with ferry boats and champagne. I'm telling you, it works eveytime.
Burke/Chief: Seriously?!


Burke: You know, I'm kind of having a little problem in the OR and well, Cristina is really starting to wear on me about it. Seriously though, I do need some help in that department. However, the whole "Joe/Walter" thing is starting to grow on me and I was wondering, Chief, Derek, you boys up for some man love and helpin' a brother out with a needle?

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