Seattle Grace On Call: Grey's Webisode Series Part IV

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Below is the fourth installment of the ongoing, December Grey's Anatomy web episode series, "Seattle Grace: On Call." It was originally posted at the end of last week.

Check out our full library of Grey's Anatomy videos for the first three "webisodes" in this series if you missed any and want to get caught up. Here's the fourth video ...

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Mrs sheperd dempsey

Oh well this will do till january

Rix101

aww...poor Steve...

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I had a good giggle when I saw this. Grey's Anatomy Elves Singing http://www.youtube.com/watch?v...

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I found this on youtube, It's called 'Great Grey's Anatomy Speeches'. There are 3 posted, and it's great. This is the first http://www.youtube.com/watch?v... Merry Christmas to all Greys Anatomy fans and GA Insiders

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I've read elsewhere that Hunt is supposedly in the last webepisode. Is that noesdive bahind the arrow?

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