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Tonight's Grey's Anatomy: "Sympathy For the Devil"

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Tonight, ABC is airing "Sympathy For the Devil" at Grey's Anatomy's usual time. It's the second time this summer the network has aired this installment from Season 5.

Check out our official recap for a full rundown of this episode, which featured the appearance of Derek's mother Carolyn Shepherd and a whole lot of medical drama.

Our pages of Grey's Anatomy quotes, videos and pictures dedicated to "Sympathy For the Devil" help complete our coverage, as does as our guide to the show's music.

We are now less than two months until Season Six of Grey's Anatomy begins! We are counting down the days until September 24 right along with you ...

A Sexy Sloan

Now there's a handsome devil we always have sympathy for.

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I loved these episodes.Yes, Tyne Daly was excellent, why didn't she reappear in the wedding episode, the one that MerDer were supposed to be married in? How could Der marry without his mum being there? Patrick and Tyne sat on the bench together were wonderful!
Eric Stoltz was creepy. Eric and Ellen together were brilliant, and robbed of an award.

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Also for Eric Stoltz. The guy was creepy as the SK and as well as EP, they were robbed for the execution scene. It was beyond great.

Marriedmymcdreamy

I love this episode with Derek's Mom. Tyne Daley was amazing in that role. Another Emmy snub in my opinion, she was one of the best ever guest stars.

Mcdreamylover18

samme i love these tooo episodeeeess they are one of the seasons favorites of minee

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Nice. My two favorite eps back to back? Thanks for the present ABC! :P

Grey's Anatomy Quotes

Vulnerability isn't the opposite of strength. It's a necessary part. You have to force yourselves to open up, to expose ourselves, to offer everything we have and just pray that it's good enough. Otherwise, we'll never succeed.

Meredith

Our lives are built on our mistakes as much as our successes.

Ellis
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