Grey's Anatomy Caption Contest LIV

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After week, another Grey's Anatomy Insider Caption Contest in the books. It was tough, as always, to pick a winner. But we've done it.

The picture below, taken from the much talked-about "The Other Side of This Life," inspired some great replies, such as those sent in by itsallaboutgrey, rentaholic07, McPsyched and McFanatic.

Ultimately, though, we went with Kenyatta W. Not every week do the worlds of Grey's Anatomy spin-offs and Justin Timberlake combine. Congrats!

The winning caption appears below the picture, and you can scroll down to read the full list of entries. Good luck again this week, and thank you all for helping making us the top Grey's Anatomy site on the web.

This week's Caption Contest winner:

Addison and Friends

Addison: "That guy is young enough to be Justin Timberlake..."
Naomi: "Well â€" he is definitely bringing sexy back."
Violet: "Yeah, those older guys don't know how to act."
Naomi: "Take it to the bridge."

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