Addie and Callie Photo
Addison and Callie were good friends at one point, and are now reunited, however briefly, on Grey's Anatomy in this photo from "Before and After."

Rating: 5.0 / 5.0 (20 Votes)

Yep I agree she is hot hot hot. I love that woman. She is amazing. I can't wait for the next new episode.


Yes! Addie and Callie. That would be hot! Either way, I love Callie's character as a lesbian. shes hot.


Who is Leasha? I'm trippin. LOL!!! I meant addicted!!! LOL!!!Sorry I must of been drunk when I posted that. LOL!!!


Oh Man thursday night was not good for Callie in the AZ department. I don't know what to think about that. Awww come on Leasha. LOL!!! Callie and Addie are amazing together. Just one kiss? LOL!!! Maybe one drunkin kiss? LMAO!!! Ya think so? LOL!!!


LoL i think that Callie and Addie should jsut be friends....Callie and AZ on the other hand well i think there will be something happing there.....Callie and AZ together HOT HOT HOT!!!!! LOL cant wait to see what happens with them :)


I do too. They need to be a couple. LOL!!! I know AZ kissed her. But she would take Addie over AZ any day. LOL!!! I read that Callie is supposed to tell Addie about AZ. I wish when she told Addie about Az. That Addie would tell Callie that she is inlove wih her:) That would make my day,month,year,life. LMAO!!! Sorry!!! I'm a little crazy. LOL!!! I'm excited, just a few more hours till Grey's:)


I love Callie and Addie


Awww such a sweet picture. I want Addie back so they can be close friends again. Callie needs Addie.

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Grey's Anatomy Season 5 Episode 15 Quotes

Lexie: Wait, what's the prize?
Chief: You get to scrub in on Shepherd's craniotomy.
Lexie: Yeah!
Chief: And hold the doomsday sucker.
Lexie: What's the doomsday sucker?
Izzie: Doomsday sucker?
Chief: It's just a really big sucker.
Lexie: Yeah!

Every patient's story starts the same way. It starts with them being fine, it starts in the before. They cling to this moment, this memory of being fine, this before, as though talking about it may somehow bring it back. But what they don't realize is that they're talking about it to us, their doctors and that means there's no going back. By the time they see us, they're already in the after. And while every patient's story starts the same way, how the story ends depends on us, on how well we diagnose and treat. We know the story hinges on us and we all want to be the hero.

Meredith (narrating)