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"Time Has Come Today"

Time. How quickly it flies, how we wish we had more of it, and how we spend what little we have… that's the theme of this great h...

"Losing My Religion"

In the Southeast, to lose one's religion means to lose civility. To fly off the handle. Give up control of one's better judgment, even. With all that took place in the first hour (Deterioration of the Fight or Flight Response), emotions are running high as the second half of the finale begins...

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"Deterioration of the Fight or Flight Response"

Fight or flight. Run from your problems, or stay and tough it out. When faced with stressful situations, people tend to react in one of...

"17 Seconds"

Just 17 seconds separate Denny from the man ahead of him on the heart transplant list. Had Mr. Duquette's information been entered into...

"Damage Case"

Damage control. Every day at Seattle Grace centers around this concept, but this episode in particular has the doctors scrambling to rep...

"Blues For Sister Someone"

An all-new Grey's Anatomy after a four-week layoff. So exciting that it's hard to even know where to begin. But we'll give it our best ...

"Name of the Game"

As the episode opens, Meredith is knitting and swearing off men. During March Madness. At Joe's. Talk about cool. Almost as much so a...

"Band-Aid Covers the Bullet Hole"

As the episode begins, George is desperate to remake himself after his emotional scarring at the hands of Meredith. When he's not cuttin...

"Superstition"

2-6. That's the record of the typically stellar Seattle Grace surgeons in this episode packed with fatalities… and the characters...

"What Have I Done to Deserve This?"

For the first time in the show's brief history, the story begins with a voiceover by George, not Meredith. It's appropriate, considering...