Grey's Anatomy Caption Contest XLII

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Given the incredible interest sparked by last week's "Drowning On Dry Land," there's no surprise that Caption Contest XLII generated a record number of responses. Which, in turn, made it that much more challenging to pick this week's Caption Contest winner.

The image below comes from the first episode of the three-part event, "Walk On Water." Given the events of the enusing "Drowning On Dry Land," we had to go with the caption sent in by Eliz as this week's winner.

The winning caption appears below the picture. Congrats to the winner, and to all of you who wrote in. It was a great contest and a terrific episode. Scroll down and see the complete list of responses you sent in. Good luck again this week, Grey's Anatomy fans. Good luck.

This week's Caption Contest image:

Cristina Raises Her Hand

"Yang's Anatomy. I am Meredith's best friend, and if she dies, I call it!"

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Yang: "What? I'm just stretching..."
Mer: "That's not stretching. I know what stretching looks like."


Yang's Antomy. I am Meredith's best friend, and if she dies, I call it!


Hey Sloan, I want your pickle.


Derek: Now, who would like to extract the stick shoved up Meredith ass? Cristina: Oh, PLEASE PICK ME!


Christina: "I have a B.A. from Smith, a Ph.D. from Berkley, and an M.D. from Stanford...I should get to be the one who--" Izzie: "Okay, seriously, do you always have to say that?" Christina: "I was talking. When you want to talk, raise your hand first!" Izzie: "Whatever."


Yang: "Uh, hello? Is is just me...or is it time I had my own damn show? 'Yang's Anatomy" anyone?...hello??


" Hum , Dr.Burke ? What do you mean by " it's just coffee " ?
Nothing is " just coffee " , especially when you're looking at me like that ! "


"So what. I'm stuck like this. Whatever."


christina- seriously


I can sing!

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