The four new Mercy West transplants who we are supposed to get to know ... or hate. Who the heck knows how to feel about these peeps who are trying to take the jobs of the peeps we love!

Rating: 1.4 / 5.0 (21 Votes)

i can see liking the blue-eyed black guy but definitely not the "nose guy" or that bambi looking girl with the pixie --> they did to go.


Yay! Blue scrubs rule! Hate those n00bs.


One problem about them is that they are just usual. There is nothing pretty special about them. There is no way you can like them (the writes don't want you to either). It's unusual to see that at Grey's because usually you get to like each character.


Yeah I don't like the idea of having so many new doctors, I mean they are just taking away time that could be spent on developing the characters of our favorites, and new favorites, like Arizona. hint hint. But I guess for a few episodes they'll spice things up.
None of the newbies made much of an impression on me yet.


I like the girl Lexie made cry. Hate the girl who took George's locker. i really hope she's the one who made the mistake. I hate the guy who made fun of Izzie and I don't know how I feel about the guy who "saved the ER."


Eh... at least those orange scrubs are gone.


The MW guys are AWEFUL!! They aren't worth a vote. Please get rid of them & give us more Greys. You can keep "Frankenstein" & his ghouls.

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Grey's Anatomy Season 6 Episode 6 Quotes

Derek: Maybe it's not one doctor. Maybe it's too many doctors who don't know each other and who don't trust each other. When I got to that room, it was chaos, because that's the system now: chaos. That has been the system that's been in place since this merger. Your system. I'm saying you should look again at who is responsible.

In order to get a good diagnosis, doctors have to constantly change their perspective. We start by getting the patient's point of view, though they often don't have a clue what's going on. So we look at the patient from every possible angle. We rule things out. We uncover new information, trying to get to what's actually wrong. We're asked for second opinions, hoping we'll see something others might have missed. For the patient, a fresh perspective can mean the difference between living and dying. For the doctor, it can mean picking that you're picking a fight with everyone who got there before you.

Meredith (narrating)