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Grey's Anatomy Episode: "Damage Case"

Season 2, Episode 24
Episode Synopsis: Derek's mad at Meredith, and Burke's mad at Cristina. Meanwhile, Burke and Izzie make a new suggestion to a depressed Denny (Jeffrey Dean Morgan); and the doctors treat a family involved in an auto accident. They were hit by an overworked intern (John Cho) who had fallen asleep at the wheel. Betty Johnson: Frances Fisher. Finn: Chris O'Donnell. Callie: Sara Ramirez.
Original Air Date: May 7, 2006
Guest Cast Gabriel Tigerman: Son-in-Law Graham Beckel: Big Jim Frances Fisher: Betty Johnson John Cho: Marshall
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May 7, 2006: Damage Case Season 2, Episode 24

Not everyone can say that they've fallen asleep at the wheel, but I unfortunately can. It was one of the most frightening experiences of my life, but luckily, no one was hurt, let alone killed, unlike the tragic situation in tonight's episode. I really felt for Marshall (fabulously played by Harold and Kumar's John Cho, whom I've only seen in comedies, so he was especially impressive). That scene with the father walking towards Marshall as if to slap or strangle him, but instead placing his hand on Marshall's shoulder, had me crying like a baby. And speaking of a crying baby, I had already started bawling when the newborn that Alex saved started to cry. What a great moment for Alex, specifically because Addison (aka "She Shepherd") wasn't available to do the C-section. Frances Fisher was excellent as the mother's mother, as was Graham Beckel as the mother's father and Gabriel Tigerman as the Clay Aiken look-alike husband. Meanwhile, it was about time Derek and Meredith had that closure scene. Didn't think I'd ever hear him say to her: "This thing with us is done." Glad that she told him (and twice): "You don't get to call me a whore!" Good for her. I was happy Meredith finally kissed Chris O'Donnell, I mean, Finn (notice they've rarely said his character's name?). Since I'm a compulsive hand washer, I got a real kick out of Izzie and Meredith being grossed out when they noticed Callie didn't wash her hands after peeing in front of them. What was that about? Do they only have one bathroom? I liked that Callie wanted George to tell them she actually did wash her hands - just in another room. But did she? How funny that Cristina bragged about having awesome sex with Burke and then we found out later that she fell asleep before he could actually "enjoy" it. Inappropriately falling asleep was prevalent tonight. But not me - I stayed awake during this intense hour, which, by the way, was directed by Tony Goldwyn from Ghost. It's nice to see that Denny's still OK, but I sure hope that lasts. Loved his line to Izzie at the end: "Would it be wrong for me to feel you up right now?" Next week we have a three-hour season finale: one hour next Sunday in the regular time slot and then two hours next Monday at 9 pm/ET. Can't wait. show less
Not everyone can say that they've fallen asleep at the wheel, but I unfortunately can. It was one of the most frightening experiences of my life, but luckily, no one was hurt, let alone killed, unlike the tragic situation in tonight's episode. I really felt for Marshall (fabulously played by Harold and Kumar's John Cho, whom I've only seen in comedies, so he was especially impressive). That scene with the father walking towards Marshall as if to slap or strangle him, but instead placing his hand on Marshall's shoulder, had me crying like a baby. And speaking of a crying baby, I had already started bawling when the newborn that Alex saved started to cry. What a great moment for Alex, specifically because Addison (aka "She Shepherd") wasn't available to do the C-section. Frances Fisher was excellent as the mother's mother, as was Graham Beckel as the mother's father and Gabriel Tigerman as the Clay Aiken look-alike husband. Meanwhile, it was about time Derek and Meredith had that clos... read more

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