Tonight: Don't Stand So Close to Me

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Conjoined twins. Adult twins. It sounds a bit ER-like, but we have no doubt that the Grey's Anatomy writers and producers will turn this scenario into some compelling drama tonight.

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Presumably, the close-knit brothers must be separated, and Derek and Mark - once close-knit (and practically brothers, in Derek's words) themselves - will be forced to work together and perform a nearly-impossible operation.

It will be interesting to watch the parallels between the patients and these two surgeons, as well as how the relationships withstand such incredible stress.

It will also be interesting to monitor Derek's relationship with Meredith - but that goes without saying at this point.

We know that Dr. Hahn (Brooke Smith) will be back, and sooner or later, Mr. O'Malley has to have his surgery. When he does, odds are that she'll be performing it. As for Dr. Burke, he must deal with the fallout from his blow-up with Cristina and being outed in front of the Chief. How Miranda treats Dr. Yang after these developments reamins to be seen as well.

We'll have our episode guide, quotes, pictures and music list from the episode up as soon as we can. If this is half as good as "From a Whisper to a Scream," we're in for a treat this evening.

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I am hoping for some things to happen tonight;
1)Callie and George finally become a 'couple'
2)Preston LEAVES Grey's Anatomy
3)Alex NOT won't 'get along' with Addison I hope George's dad is okay and everything goes smoothly for a while. I LOVE GEORGE!!!! Poor George is going such emotional pain, I hope it is better for him tonight!!!


I think burke is a jerk and shouldn't come back he is a jerk and i don't like him and u all no that george's dad is going to die1 i mean come on! seriously!


Love it Burke Backer, yet here is another twist, what if he scrubs in with Hahn per her request and Burke has lost his confidence and exits the suite..With Christina assisting and Christina does a fabulous job, leaving Burke to question his altered identity and self-image. It is true he is defined by his profession and stature, leaving you wonder which trait he will develop next..


I hope that happens. I would hope that the writers value what this character brings to the show. This character although a brilliant surgeon, has a lot of emotional baggage to work through. It would be nice if the writers allowed his character to work through those issues on the show in some context. Preston Burke seems to have spent a lifetime defining himself through his intelligence and brilliance as a surgeon. It would be nice if the writers allowed the viewer to take this journey with Dr. Burke really dealing with defining himself separate and apart from who he is as a surgeon. If he comes back, it will be interesting to see how this shapes future of his medical career.


I would like to see that twist, Burke Backer. I am so excited for tonight!!!


Here is a thought on a plot twist. What if Dr. Hahn is performing surgery on George's dad and she runs into a problem. She calls for Burke to help. He is after all still even with a possible hand tremor the most knowledgable, skilled cardiothoracic surgeon in the area. Wouldn't it be a cool plot twist if he comes to the rescue and rather than killing George's dad as everyone feared, actually saves his life? I know, I am just wishful thinking, but they have to fiind a way to restore his honor and respect.

Grey's Anatomy Quotes

Just because we can live without something, it doesn't mean we have to.


Derek: I am calling post-it, Zola, Bailey, the tumors on the wall, ferryboat scrub caps. I thought D.C. was everything. I was wrong. You... you're everything. I love you and I'm not going to stop loving you. I can't live without you. I don't want to live without you, and I'm going to do everything in my power to prove it.
Meredith: I can live without you, but I don't want to. I don't ever want to.