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This show was absolutely terrible.
i lovedd this episode. it was a very powerfull. It was sad at times and it was funnyy too because of some of the singing parts. But very POWERFUL.
My two favorite scenes were:
1. Merediht and Derek evelator scene that wass so sad and truee. loved itt
2. This was my all time favorite as the last scene with Callie singing "The Story" by Brandi Carlile. It was soo goood i love it. i always watch that part over and over cause it is sooo goood. Sara did amazing singing.
This show was absolutely terrible. I wanted to watch Grey's Anatomy. Not Glee's Anatomy.
I watch alot of tv and alot of movies and nothing has moved me more this episode of the singing doctors.I cried thru the whole show and watched it several times after and still had the same affect on me,I don't usually do this unless the show has true meaning behind it. And this show did, it showed us that love goes on forever and there is no breaking it.Just want to say it was beautiful and heartwarming at A time in our lives when we did the certainly of love. Thanks so much for such a great great show and to all the actors who put there heart and soul in to the show. Excellent job. can't say enough about it.
I loved this episode, I had watch it like 10 times already! J Cap was amazing in this episode, I loved the scene when she asked Callie to live for her, and the scene with Karev was so emotional, and the elevator scene with Meredith, my god. I think the songs fit the story vere well, and Sara rocked this episode.
I love this show, however this one did not work for me. I felt like the music took away from the intensity of the storyline. I love plays and I like musicals but this did not do it for me. Please don't turn into glee.
is the worst episode I saw. Please looks like glee, back to the Grey's Anatomy style
When everybody scrubbed in while Sara Ramirez was singing "Grace" I was convinced that Callie was a goner, after all, this is the song that Denny passed away to!
Music has always been such a strong part of the show! Also there are not many shows that have managed to tie in the actual beat of the song to a heartbeat on the monitor in the OR (we remember Anna Nalick's "Breathe" while Derek tried to revive Dr. Bailey's husband with a bomb next door)
This was the best episode they have done in a long time! I was starting to get bored with an overflow of boring characters (Dr. Storck, Teddy, Jackson....)and the loss of Meredith's "dark and twisty" side. The musical episode just brought back so many good memories!
I absolutely loved it!
I must say Musical Episodes of any TV-Show are not a good idea, however this one was a stroke of genious!
I have been a fan of Grey's for years and I went and bought many artists records after seeing their music featured on the show (like Anna Nalick, Ingrid Michaelson, Kate Havnevik....) I also love how this show helped further the career of one of my all time favourite bands, Snowpatrol (who in an earlier incarnation were known as The Reindeer Section, which Shonda Rhimes also featured in season 1). This show could have gone horribly cheesy, instead it moved me to tears, I was sitting there bawling my eyes out watching it! When everybody scrubbed in while Sara Ramirez was singing "Grac
This was an amazing episode. If you have lived, loved, and have a heart...this episode will touch you in ways you thought you had closed the door on.
This was the lamest format Shonda could have ever dreamed up!! OK we heard how beautifully Sara sings but really? REALLY? Riding on the cart like a singing surfer and singing to herself while stroking her own cheek??? REALLY? Songfest and crash trauma was a collision itself-nice try but my loyal fan daughters and I loathed it and laughed-no, howled-and wished it had never gone down like that!!! Please leave the cast singing in the set showers and don't do that to fans again---PLEASE.
I loved this episode! I thought it was really good:)
I loved this episode. It was weird @ first but I ended up loving it. Callie sang awesome. Especially the song where she was being rushed into surgery. Loved it. I can't wait for more greys anatomy!!
I really liked this episode, the storyline was great and it was great to see the actors sing!! Sara Ramirez voice is great but Chyler Leigh is talented too. The voice of Justin Chambers suprised me the most. I didn't know he could sing like that!!! LOVE IT!! And those who didn't liked it, it was just one episode, i mean c'mon!!
I know that I've already commented, but I just had to say that I think Sara Ramirez sung 'The Story' very well. It was beautiful. :)
Nothing much in this espiode, I was hoping for something better. BUT seems like things are still at normal. Only different is the actors and actress are singing that all. Thunder is too LOUD but the rain isn't much (chinese saying). Hoping for something incredible but it isnt..
I record the show and watch it when I run on the treadmill on Sat. mornings. I found myself fast forwarding through the lengthy singing parts. Way too much!!
I did not like the musical, I already think some of the music on this show is too loud and it is sometimes hard to hear what they are saying when they talk very low. I think the singing took away from the episode and would not like to see another episode this way.
converrete che le migliori performace siano sempre e dico sempre di meredith e derek,illuminano la scena e anche se i dialoghi sono ridotti al lumicino risultano grandiosi,adoro la meredith premurosa "ha bisogno di dormire",solerte che supporta derek quando deve dare delle risposte all'amico Mark,che gli schiarisce le idee quando deve decidere sulla sperimentazione :"chiama" e amo altresi derek quando la conforta comprendendo la sua sofferenza per la mancata gravidanza.Il loro struggente abbraccio suggella un'unione di anima e corpo e le guance che si toccano.... ."momenti di paradiso in terra" per noi che soffriamo della mederichite.callie non mi piace troppo tutto, troppo presente,troppo protagonista,troppo star .lexie brava ,alex e cristina un spanna sopra tutti gli altri.
.. oops: that's LEG to stand on--
.. I enjoyed it- and am glad the cast gave the experiment their all- there were moments that truly soared. and I believe Oliver Sacks would approve (Let to Stand On)! the prophetic words Callie utters in the intro "that's when it gets even more mysterious" made for a meaningful bridge-- Bravo to the director, writer and cast.
It was a good episode, but it could have been so much better without EVERYONE singing. They should have stopped at just Callie singing.
the storyline and acting was superior. The singing was a disaster from some people (Owen especially) Yes Callie has a beautiful voice and the songs she sang were appropriate. If only they stopped there; the singing was distracting and removed the emotional impact for me. Normally I would be in tears (actually I was but for the wrong reasons). Nice try but please don't let it happen again.
in my opinion, i thought it was the best episode ever. this season was kind of a drag, but they redeemed themselves with this episode. it reminded me of past seasons. i would have loved to see george in an elevator, waiting for callie. it was specatcular.
I loved this episode. I honestly thought the singing made it. It was beautifully done and Sara Ramirez has an incredible voice. It was a different take on a traumatic Greys episode. The acting complimented the singing as well.
Meredith's scene in the elevator was incredible! Callie song at the end just stunning. I thought Lexie had an incredible voice as well. Owen was a favourite to. Miranda and Eli's singing part- I adored. I'd like Lexie and Mark back together though. And I wished Addison had gotten a bigger role. Lastly I hope the baby survives.
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