Grey's Anatomy Caption Contest XXXII

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An even hundred. That's how many replies we received for this edition of our Caption Contest -- and the very last one proved to be the winner.

Grey's Anatomy Caption Contest XXXII
We've pored over the full spate of submissions, and while there are many worthy contenders, the short, sweet caption sent in by Randall is this week's champion. Very well done. Just email to claim your prize, Randall!

Randall as won himself a copy of Joe Purdy's album, Julie Blue, which features two terrific songs heard on Grey's Anatomy ("I Love the Rain" and "Far Away Blues") and is a great listen all-around.

Thanks for playing, and good luck again this week. Scroll down to see the winning entry (beneath the picture) as well as the 100 terrific entries we received. You guys are the best, and we appreciate your efforts.

Here's this week's (steamy) Caption Contest image...

Mer & Der Tub It Up

Now this is a soap opera I could get used to.”

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48 uninterrupted hours of bathtime. :)


"Now this is a soap opera I could get used to."


Meredith to Derek: "You blinked first!"


If you tell anyone how I look without my makeup Derek, no more baths for you! SERIOUSLY!!




Meridith: I'm practicing my Superwoman lazer eye beams. So I'm going to stare at you like this until you stop talking about sex.


Meredith: "Pull the plug, Derek. You aren't even getting the toe jam."
Derek: "Toe jam? That's not toe jam. It's permanent pucker from over-soaking Stay put and I'll show you toe jam!"


Meredith: Hey, i can see the glow in the dark condom coming through the bubbles. That is soooo cool. Seriously


Derek: We used to be like a condom commercial ... when are we going back to that?


Meredith: Hey Derek?
Derek: Yes Mer,
Meredith: Do you think chieif Webber would let us install a bathtub in the elevator?

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