Cristina, Alex and Lexie in "I Saw What I Saw." An incident at Seattle Grace rankles the entire staff as there are 12 different versions of what went down. But who's telling the truth?
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McDreamy or McSteamy ... who would you rather ... oh, okay, sorry. This is a photo from "I Saw What I Saw." Looks like a great episode!
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Alex threatens to break the face of a new resident. Well at least that's how we interpret this photo.
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What happened here today was inexcusable, Richard says. But what did happen, exactly? In "I Saw What I Saw," we'll find out. Eventually.
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Another Grey's Anatomy photo from "I Saw What I Saw." What does this episode hold for our favorite doctors?
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Mark, Derek and Owen in "I Saw What I Saw." Who do you think is the hottest? We know, you can't pick the incorrect answer.
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Derek asks questions in "I Saw What I Saw." Hopefully someone can get to the bottom of what happened.
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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!
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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)