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A nonfraternization policy is issued to hospital staff in the wake of a complaint, leading the couples to worry about their relationships. Meanwhile, Emma and Owen discuss the future; and Richard asks the residents to research an atypical cancer case.
Arizona advises a patient who's facing a potential double amputation. Meanwhile, Derek doesn't fulfill a promise to Callie; a baby is abandoned outside of the hospital; and a doctor gets suspended for not adhering to the nonfraternization policy.
Meredith gets an assistant to help with her vein project. Meanwhile, Richard receives a special birthday gift from Bailey when she allows him to scrub in on an extraordinary case; Callie surprises Derek; and a young pregnant mom seeks help from Shane.
The doctors get sick after flu patients flood the hospital. Meanwhile, Derek must deliver an important speech on brain mapping, despite feeling ill; and a new doctor introduces Alex to a different way of practicing medicine.
Cristina is nominated for a prestigious award and remains calm amid all of the excitement. Meanwhile, Bailey tries to help a boy who doesn't have an immune system; Derek and Callie use a machine that recognizes emotions; and Richard delivers a pep talk.
Pressure mounts for Derek both at work and home. Meanwhile, Meredith helps Cristina write an acceptance speech in case she wins an award; April and Jackson are at odds over big marital issues; and Callie and Arizona attempt to reestablish their bond.
The doctors receive bad news from Jackson. Meanwhile, Amelia arrives in Seattle for an unexpected visit; Richard heads to Boston to surprise Catherine; and Bailey makes a bold decision after growing disappointed with the lack of progress in her research.
Cristina seeks guidance from Meredith as she makes a decision about her future. Meanwhile, Derek and Amelia join forces to operate on conjoined twins; Jo takes on too many cases; and Stephanie uncovers the truth about Bailey's bubble-boy case.
Amelia opens up to Meredith about her time in Seattle. Elsewhere, bad news is delivered to Callie; Bailey faces the consequences of her actions; and the residents are alarmed to hear that one of them will soon be out of a job.
In the 10th-season finale, Cristina's coworkers give her a fond send-off. Meanwhile, a possible terrorist act occurs in Seattle and leads to pandemonium at the hospital; Meredith makes a life-altering choice; and a doctor gets alarming news.
The first 48-hour shift for the surgical residents is chronicled in the series pilot, in which Meredith meets surgeon Derek Shepherd before she discovers he's her boss. She also has trouble with her first case, a teenage girl who's having seizures. And Geo (more…)
While Meredith decides who gets to move into her house, she must also deal with the grisly souvenir of a patient's brutal rape. And her visit to the nursery leads to a conflict with a pediatric intern. Meanwhile, Cristina and Alex develop their bedside man (more…)
A daredevil bicycle-messenger race leaves in its wake (and in the ER) an array of patients, including a banged-up cyclist who hits on Meredith and a brain-dead hit-and-run victim. The tragedy this man represents gets to Izzie. But who'll get his liver? One (more…)
While Izzie deals with the fallout from a racy magazine spread, Cristina pushes for aggressive treatment for a cancer patient (Anna Maria Horsford) who happens to be Meredith's mother's long-time scrub nurse, and Meredith and Shepherd treat a man who accid (more…)
While Izzie's planning a party (and treating a patient with an obstructed bowel), Meredith assists in a heart operation---and does something she shouldn't. George's patient is an ex-smoker (Kathryn Joosten) with emphysema and Alex's is a young man (Brent S (more…)
The doctors treat a woman (Alex S. Alexander) with a 65-pound tumor and a man (Bruce Weitz) with Parkinson's disease. Also, Meredith's relationship (if that's what it is) with Shepherd gets her in trouble with Bailey, while George ponders asking Meredith f (more…)
Someone's been sleeping in Meredith's bed again, and when roomies Izzie and George find out who it is, they're not at all happy. But George is assuaged when Shepherd picks him to assist in a tricky and unusual brain operation on a 2-year-old girl. Meanwhil (more…)
Shepherd's tight-lipped about himself to Meredith, which adds to the tension between them when they disagree about a mountain climber with an unexplained paralysis. Meanwhile, a psychiatric patient with seemingly psychic powers psychs out Izzie; a pregnant (more…)
Webber has eyesight problems, George gets a girlfriend (and a rash) and Meredith gets a surprise. Meanwhile, Burke's best friend (Wayne Wilderson) is a patient at Seattle Grace. And Izzie and Cristina must perform an unpleasant procedure they've never done (more…)
Derek's wife, Addison, a surgical superstar from New York, is in Seattle to perform a fetal-heart operation. Derek isn't pleased to see her, and Meredith is feeling very betrayed. Meanwhile, Derek and Burke have some superstar surgery of their own to perfo (more…)
While Meredith and Cristina lick their wounds, they're kept busy in the extremely overbooked OR. Two of the cases stem from a car wreck caused by an alcoholic wife beater whose biggest advocate is his wife. Then there's a man with an obstructed bowel, who (more…)
The secret's out when Meredith's mother (Kate Burton) is hospitalized for diverticulitis. And Cristina's secret gets out when she collapses in agony while assisting Burke in surgery. Meanwhile, the Drs. Shepherd work together on the case of a heroin-addict (more…)
Addison (Kate Walsh) has divorce papers prepared; now all that she and Derek have to do is sign them. Meanwhile, Cristina, recovering from emergency surgery, proves to be an impossible patient, particularly when her mother is at her bedside. Speaking of mo (more…)
- Birth Name: Kelly J. McCreary
- Birth Place: Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States
- Profession: Actor