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The quote in the end is as follows... ( I think, I caught most of it...) The thing about addiction is, it never ends well because eventually whatever it was that was getting us high stops feeling good and starts to hurt. Still they say you don't kick the habit until you hit rock bottom, but how do you know when you are there? Because no matter how bad things get, sometimes, letting it go hurts even worse


I am constantly turned off by Izzy. What has happened to her character?! Where is the girl that fought for a heart for Denny? Where is the girl that went against the rules b/c she cared and was strong enough to do it? She's weak now, and it's unappealing to me. Her continually dropping things was annoying. The man she is suppose to be in love with tells her he loves her too, and she just sits there with a dumb look on her face. Please give us the old Izzy back! As far as Mer/Der - I love it. Family issues stay with you all your life and how you grow into an adult, and I like that reality. I also loved the whole "no we don't have the same father" scene. It was cool to not see Mer run from Lexie and tell her how it really was.


I loved this episode. Callie and George have to end, I cannot stand Callie, she should have ran away to LA. I love Izzie and George today, nothing makes a better lover than your best friend. You already know each other so well, and if the chemistry is there, then you have a sold foundation to build one hell of a relationship. The Mer/Der thing is really getting on my last nerve, Meredith get over yourself. But the best line is when she says to Lexie, Are you an idiot or a stalker? Hahaha, so funny. But the fact that Bailey is not in her element is annoying as well. I hope Callie steps down. Alex's hair is absurd and we really haven't seen much of him and what's going on in his life? Where's Rebecca? And who is Sloan going to be with?


Wow they were right when they said that this episode would start to feel more like season 2. I love the interaction between Christina and Mer when she is trying to avoid Mama, and the way Mer shut down Lexi was great. I mean sorry chipper sister girl but it's the truth your Daddy was an As*hole- deal with it... as for George and Callie I never liked them together so I hope he break it off, and as for him and Izzie I'll let hat work itself out... If they get together I think it would be good but if not I'm not going to cry like the whole Mer/Der thing. Speaking of, this whole "S&M thing" I don't like. I hope it is leading to Mer allowing Der in and them having a real relationship b/c as it is now Mer is kinda coming across as a whore, and Der deserves to have Mer love and want him the way he does her!!!


could someone put the episode on youtube fanpop or dail motion. please?.


oii jessica George says he loves Callie right before he proposes to her!!


Great ep! I especially like how Mer handled Lexie.


Thanks much for the post Sara... keeping me informed as usual :)


Thanks Sara.........I wouldn't have been able to sleep tonight if I didn't find out!!!


the baby had a stroke, but will be ok, eventually.

Grey's Anatomy Quotes

The first time I kissed my wife, she wasn't my wife then, she was just this girl in a bar. But when we kissed, it was like, I gotta tell you, it was like I'd never kissed any other woman before. It was like my first kiss. The right kiss.


[narrating] "At some point, you have to make a decision. Boundaries don't keep other people out, they fence you in. Life is messy, that's how we're made. So you can waste your life drawing lines or you can live your life crossing them. But there are some lines that are way too dangerous to cross. Here's what I know. If you're willing to throw caution to the wind and take a chance, the view from the other side... is spectacular."