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Grey's Anatomy Webisode: Seattle Grace On Call

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Below is the first installment of the new Grey's Anatomy "webisode" series, Seattle Grace On Call. Filmed documentary style at Joe's Bar, the web-only series takes us behind the scenes of some of the show's lesser-known characters (including some Mercy Westers).

Check it out below and tell us what you think ...

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With your ratings going down, I suggest you put Meridth and Derrick back in your script. I watched last Thursday and was so bored I just turned it off. Meridth and Derrick hold the show together. What are you doing? I do not understand your logic. Meridth neeeds to get pregnant, that's a start.Derrick falls out of love too quick. I hope you will fix it and get the reviews back up. You may need new writers.

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Well, it wasn't that cool, but while we're waiting for Grey's to be on it's kinda okay. I actually didn't remember that Megan-Steve-TheotherguywhosenameIcan'tremember XD were in that mess. I only knew Megan was pregnant. Btw; There's Joe! Oh, c'mon. I missed him; lol

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It astounds me just how narrow minded, selfish, and whiny the majority of the posters here are! NOBODY was forced to watch this webisode, so you can all drop the act of somehow being oppressed by this 5 minute clip. If it didn't INTEREST you, why did you watch it then? If you DON'T CARE, why bother posting a comment at all? This thing was done by the Grey's Anatomy team themselves, so your bitching about it truly displays your undeserved self of entitlement about this show and its production team. It seems like nobody is happy anymore, and there is nothing good left to say. Why don't you all just pack up and find something better to do with your time, and also save the rest of us a headache from your inane, complaining drivel? Some may consider this post rude, but it's only in response to the rudeness of the majority of the posters about this webisode. Remember, the show AND the webisodes are FREE and nobody forces you to watch either of them. Seriously.

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I liked it, the ending especially. It satisfied, to a degree, my Grey's fix. I'll check back next week.

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I love Joe and wish that he had more screen time. The guy singing was hilarious, but the rest of the interns I didn't care about at all. They were annoying. Seems third-rate to me ... but maybe they felt bad for these actors who were brought on for no good reason and now have nothing to do.

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It's not like the Grey's Anatomy character development can get any worse...So why not try to infuse some new blood into the show, right? No, wrong. Please kill off the Burkes, O'Malleys, Addison Shepards, and every other character that we've grown to love and insert new characters that we fail to even care enough about to invest time in. Grey's Anatomy is continuing to script itself into it's pitiful downhill slide and soldier on into fatal extinction. The severe whiplash received from watching the show isn't worth the time spent at this point. Just when I see a glimmer of hope, the storyline again turns pathetic and unbelievable. Pull the show now and save us from the crap that is the ultimate bottom of the barrel for the series. PLEASE!

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that's supposed to help us over the winter hiatus? yeah right!

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What was that??
bleh!

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Good idea - A for effort! Maybe the next one will be better.

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For me it wasn't boring.
I loved it.
Specially the part "He's kinda like my little brother"
I don't hate the mercy westerns, though. (:

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

Ellis

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Meredith
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