The Grey's Anatomy Musical Event: What Did You Think?

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The Grey's Anatomy musical episode, "Song Beneath the Song," just aired. Did it live up to the hype and meet your expectations? Was it too over the top? In between?

Tell us here by leaving comments or visiting our Grey's Anatomy forum. TV Fanatic's official recap, review and quotes from the much-anticipated episode will be up soon!

We'll be sure to pass along clips from future episodes and any Grey's Anatomy spoilers we come across. For now, have your say on this week's Grey's Anatomy event!

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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 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 know that musicals belong in...well, musicals. I'm also sick of hearing that they were just trying "something different." If we wanted something different...well...we'd watch something different. This was bad. Just BAD.


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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