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10/22/2009

Video: If all the world were a 'Grey's'

by Jeremy Hooper

The confrontation:

The heartfelt consideration:

The resolve:

4.5 minutes to accomplish what many can't do in 45 years (if ever). Impressive.

Now as for that vegetarian quip: You can't pray away the tempeh!

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Your thoughts

I was hoping someone would post this. The timing of this episode couldn't have been more, well, timely. I'm going through something very similar and watching when I did sure stirred up the emotions. Yes, I'll admit it. Grey's got to me.

Posted by: Unite the Fight | Oct 22, 2009 11:55:57 AM

Yep, it's always nice how they resolve things in few minutes that are still open wounds in my family after 30 years. But at least it sets a good example. And Callie and Arizona are a great couple.

Posted by: Kel Munger | Oct 22, 2009 1:55:53 PM

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