Season Five Poster!
An awesome poster for Season Five starring Meredith Grey (Ellen Pompeo) and Derek Shepherd (Patrick Dempsey). Live in the moment, indeed.

Rating: 4.8 / 5.0 (153 Votes)



That poster's amazing! MerDer!


OMG! I wish that was me he was holding! I LOVE Patrick Dempsey LOVE Him!


Left me breathless.
More than perfect!


GOOD !!!!!!!!!!!!!




hey mee again! i'm also dempsey! i think McObsested is cooler! but one more thing about the poaster, his lip lookes thin and right by her eye is all wrincled! but i still love it!lol
love always Syd


so funny that they used this picture for the fifth season poster.
der holding mer like that was an offscreen moment.. it was for fun
i really love the poster!.. hope we can buy it or something...
yay! almost the 25th


lovely poster I love EP&PD they both are great! thanks for the pic.


OMG that is such a cute picture.
i cant wait for them to get together for good it will be awesome.
when does season five coming back on i miis this show too much. ♥♥♥♥

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