Grey's Anatomy Caption Contest 243

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Welcome, all, to the 243rd Grey's Anatomy Caption Contest at TVF!

This week's Caption Contest winner is AverysmyMcdreamy. Nice!

Honorable mentions go to out to Sammy, jennay and greysanatomyknowitall. Thanks to everyone for playing, best of luck next time, and have a nice weekend!

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Richard: I know everyone is really stressed about the shooting and all but I can't believe no one even said ANYTHING about my new haircut!


lol katliz's is hysterical. has 2 win.


Chief *thinking*: I will never be as cool as Gregory House..


Richard: Oh my gosh. What if the hokey pokey really IS what it's all about?

Avatar that a Junior Mint?


Poor Calliope, all she wanted was a partner interested in having a baby... I think I should set her up with Meredith...


I should set up a grant for male pattern baldness, I'll call it, "Webber's Plains Grant"....Then maybe I could force Derek to take this grant instead. Or, I could continue applying manure on my barren fields and just keep telling people that I'm not bald, I've just grown taller than my hair. Yeah that's better...


"Can someone please tell them the o.r isn't the on-call room!"


lololololololololol @katliz


Note to self: Never, I repeat NEVER, go in to the on-call room on Sloan's lunch break.

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Amelia: I think I'm falling in love with Owen Hunt, and I'm really afraid that it's gonna destroy me.
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