I have been thinking very serious about this idea and I want to get some feed back from all the Greyâ€™s Anatomy fans out thereâ€¦What do you all think about a Greyâ€™s Anatomy yearly convention? Like a Star Trek convention??? YES.. like a Star Trek convention ONLY way cooler!! Of course it would be in Seattle, and definitly held over the summer so everyone would have the chance to go/save upâ€¦whatever. Maybe have like a committee or something. I really think this would be a great opportunity for all of us Greyâ€™s Anatomy fans out there. I think websites and forums like this are the best and I very much enjoy them, but there is just something about the idea of a yearly convention. If anyone knows if anything like this already exist please let me know. IF you are interested or think I am crazy for thinking of something like this please post something backâ€¦Or here is my email address if anyone would like to email their ideas to me instead. I am moving forward with thisâ€¦anyone with me?!?!?!?!
this is very true..its is a bit obsessive...but then again so are most Grey's Anatomy fans I have ran across. I know the likely hood of a convention is not pheasible, but then again thats why I posted what I posted to get an idea if this was a good idea or not. I was dragged along to a Star Trek convention one time and I was pretty overwhelmed by the obsession these people had over a TV show. It did not seem healthy, then I became a Grey's Anatomy fan and understood the Trekkies out there a little better. Thank you for your imput and I hope I don't come across as crazy...I am just a die hard fan.
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