Grey's Anatomy Caption Contest 364

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Welcome to the 364th Grey's Anatomy Caption Contest here at TV Fanatic, where readers submit their best caption(s) for a photo from the ABC drama! Ready to flex your creative muscle again?

Follow the link to find out who won the last edition of TV Fanatic's Friday tradition, then test your skills with a picture from a recent episode of the ABC medical drama we know and love.

Just click "Comments" and leave your caption(s) from this picture below. Leave as many as you like, funny or serious. We will select the winner around this time next week. You know the drill.

Best of luck to all, and thanks for playing - for 364 weeks and counting!



Sara: No I don't think we need worry yet. The script writers aren't trying to think of a way to kill us all off.
Ellen: Really? Are you sure? That's OK for you. Your character hasn't been through what my character has!


Callie: Oh! Arizona really is cheating on me this season. I thought that was a typo.


Callie: C'mon Bailey,(whining) we are hungry too. Patrick hasn't had anything since lunch. (angry now) I swear if u don't let us in now I'll break that door.(still longing for sandwich) Gosh! It looks so yummy. :(


Patrick: It's ok, Sara. The producers just want to talk to you about a storyline. They're not gonna kill you off!

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