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They are good singers. But Please do not do the songs during tragic parts of the shows. Also should this ever happen again please don't have singing during the talking. The music would fit in great with no lyrics. Over all I did not care for it at all. But they are not terrible singers.
I have been a Grey's Anatomy fan since season 1. I commend all the actors/actresses for being open to trying something different, however, I did not like the musical event epidsode. It took away the raw emotion that is pored into every show. I tune into GA becuase the acting is so great, the drama and suspense are creative, and the hidden humor in each of the character's personality quirks keeps me entertained. The history that has been built up season after season has been kept me watching...the musical was distracting and I really hope it is not done again.
If I wanted to watch Glee I would simply turn the tv to Glee not to Grey's.
I first started watching this show when my girlfriend introduced it to me 2 years ago. I love the show and think that this is one of my all time favorite tv hospital dramas. I have never felt so much emotion since the death of gorge died. I loved this episode and want more screw the critics and do it again shonda .when you have this much talent you should use it but don't use it to much.
I'm just know getting into greys this year but overall I loved it I think the singing helped the emotion and whoever play Callie could have a singing career when the shows finished
Are you kidding me? Where did you find "38%" of the Grey's Anatomy fan base to vote that this episode was "perfect?" No offense, but there must have been a lot of Helen Kellers voting on that one. As much as I love the show, and as much as I'm in LOVE with Sara...this was by far, not only the worst episode of GA, but the worst episode on TV I've seen in a very long time. The singing was great...if it was a musical video. But, it wasn't. It was an episode. A very traumatic, on-the-edge-of-your-seat kind of episode, but the inappropriate, untimely, and nonsensical chain of songs were completely off target for about half of the scenes. Please tell me...how on God's green Earth did Dr. Bailey and Nurse Eli dancing and singing in the middle of the lobby do any justice to this episode? Can you tell me? Or the driving of a Range Rover in the sky? This episode was outlandish. I'm quite embarrassed. And don't tell me I "just don't know good TV." I do know good TV. But, I also know good musicals
I thought the musical was really cheesy/annoying------- it distracted from the emotional tension of the episode. This is not Glee and it served no purpose.i hope when it returns the musical won't continue!
indeed, it's great music episode.
top 3 songs I love--> Chasing cars, the story, how to operate
top 3 beautiful/intense monent
**Cristina & owen love secen in the kitchen
**Everydady are in ER to save Callie & Baby
**Owen & Chief ask Teddy back off, let cristina cut in
I admire Shonda's ambition and congratulations all GA actors achieve such amazing project,well done, very very impressive!!
I did not like this episode. I love music, I am a firm believer that the right song can truly enhance the emotion of the scene, but when it's in the background. To me, the doctor's being the singers was distracting and took away from how emotionally provoking this episode should have been. I think the actors did a great job and was pleasantly surprised how well some of them can sing. But the reason others musicals mentioned above- Mary Poppins, Dream Girls, Chicago- do so well is because that is what they are designed to be. When I sit down to watch Mary Poppins it's because I'm in the mood for a good musical. When I sit down to watch Grey's it's because I'm in the mood for a good medical drama-not Broadway.
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@Liz i agree with you about owen. his voice was good. but whenever he started singing i started cracking up. it was just funny. I couldnt take him seriously.
GREAT epsiode i enjoyed it.
My Favorite scene was at the end when callie sand the story. She sang it soo goodd and did amazing. very POWERFUL scene. cas how she like woke herself up. I just LOVED that part.
Liked this episode a lot!! It was great and they all have great voices. i love that they used the shows songs, and i love love Sara Remirez! I dont want another episode, ones enough. But otherwise it was fantastic!!
JUST AMAZING! I LOVE CALZONA! AND THIS SL WAS JUST PERFECT!!!
Ok when i first heard this i was like ok what are you trying to do! When i watched it, it was little weird and it made me think is that the actor singing or someone else but when i found out it was the actors then i was more impressed! Minus sloan everyone had a voice and pulled it off! Now what was smart was they didn't make new music they used the old music from the earlier episode, you need to really listen to the words and you will realize it does follow callie's life! when they did use the new music you can tell it was not the right time to use that song and could of left it out and no one would know! Overall i give the episode 8 out of 10! Do not do this again i don't think you can pull it off again!
Chyler may want to think about writing some music she could have a good career! Thats if GA is getting cancelled, i didn't start watching again until last 3 episode last year and the shooting and i thought it pulled me back! If they do end it Little grey needs to be with sloa
Callie- nice voice but overrated
Lexi- decent voice
Owen- great voice, but I burst out laughing whenever he burst into song!
Meredith- I actually liked her singing voice the best for some strange reason
April- was she singing behind that mask or lip synching?
Couldnt tell. Either way I am obsessed with her she is my
Mark- great acting; horrendous voice!!! OMG when he sang that line in how to save "after all you are the best" he was soooo off key I was embarrassed for him but whatever hes hot
Arizona-loved her singing
Addison- always happy to have her visit!
Christina- I guess while she's an incredible actress she can't sing to save her life(no pun intended) that they didn't even attempt to give her a song line?
Avery- omg he's so hot but same comment as Christina!
This was a bad idea. It ruined what would have been a very emotional episode. My daughter who loves Glee hated it too. I could have seen Callie singing through the show as she was having an out of body experience, but the rest was soooooo corny. Even though they were good singers, it was just awful.
Whike I appreciate that they were trying to show off their amazing and talented cast, I thought the idea was absolutely crap! I love Grey's Anatomy, but this was the worst idea they've ever had. Bad form, guys, bad form. :-(
This was a fantastic episode. Many serious actors started in musical theater and have great voices, unlike over-amped pop singers. I knew Sara Ramirez had a great voice, but I was blown away by Chyler Leigh, Kevin McKidd, and Chandra Wilson. Loved it! Loved it!! LOVED IT!!!
Arizona SINGS REALLY GREAT!!!
So, there was a lot of talk of this episode before it aired. I wasn't thrilled for it, wasn't dreading it, I was mostly curious. Well I was finally able to watch it last night online and I must say I...LOVED it! Surprised? Very, but it was indeed a pleasant surprise. I found myself wanting more & lost track of time, it seemed like such a short episode yet so much happened. I love music a lot- so much that my 7mo old daughter is named Melody so I love love love the concept Shonda had of incorporating the certain songs to fit scenes and have the characters sing them.
The sneak peaks were a bit misleading, in "How to save a life"
Jessica's clip in the promo was...horrible. Well one second later and wow, she starts to really sing & nails it. I thought everyone was pretty damn decent even Ellen who wasn't the best was still pretty darn good for not being a singer.
Of course. Sara was just amazing, I'll probably even buy some of the songs she sang on itunes.
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I was really looking forward to this episode for ages- and it finally aired and it didn't disappoint :) I basically just couldn't wait to see the actors and actresses in my favourite show belt out their singing talents- and they were great! Sara Ramirez of course has an amazing voice- but Chyler Leigh was great too- love her. My favourite songs were Chasing Cars, How To Save A Life, Grace, and the Story.
I liked this episode, and am just glad that Callie and the baby are both ok for now... The singing doesn't bother me at all, in fact I liked the singing- but maybe it's because I am a fan of musicals (read: I love Glee too).
I watched it on Thursday and then watched it again on Friday night (DVR). i wanted to make sure I gave the episode the best assessment I could before I commented.
Sara Ramirez has an incredible voice and talent as a singer. I was even pleasantly surprised at Kevin McKid's vocal talents. Strong honorable mentions to Chandra, Chyler and Jessica for thier vocal performances.I found myself singing along with them during the storyline.
Do I want another episode like this? No. Do I like musicals? Never have and probably never will. But I do appreciate the creative aspect that was presented for this episode. I am glad it is over and that GA will continue to be my favorite show.
It was a GREAT episode for me. It was GREAT to see that these people we are admiring cannot only act. They've shown their singing abilities very well. It was Great to find out how brilliant Ms. Rhimes & Co. for doing this and thinking out of the box.
I just don't get why others are complaining about too much song/singing in this episode. It's called a Musical Episode...so what do we expect?
I liked the musical episode. Really suprised at how many have forgotten or simply have never seen any of the musicals in our Classic Movies...."Wizard of Oz", "Chicago", "South Pacific", "Oklahoma", "Flower Drum Song" or "White Christmas"...Even Disney has used musicals with "Mary Poppins", "The Lion King", and "Tarzan"...It is time we as Americans get some class and find some culture for those of us who are below the age 0f 40...Words don't always reach the core of a person like music can. Five for Fighting has a great song "One Hundred Years"..."just breathe" is an awesome song. When you hear a song you are immediately taken back to an important time in your life....So let's grow up guys and appreciate a change in one of our favorite shows. Don't be so crititcal...Watch the episode again and listen to the words in the songs...I believe you will appreciate it much better. It is so easy to be critical. Critical and ugly remarks show selfishness, egotisical thinking and portray u
I'm a bit late, but I kept laughing when they would start singing. Completely cheesy, the only scene that I would let slide is the last number. And every time they did a close up on a character, I would pout and wonder if they were going to start singing again. :(
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