Grey's Anatomy That little C.J. Sanders sure knows how to pull at our heartstrings, doesn't he? First, he captured our hearts as the young

Ray Charles in Ray, followed immediately by his awesome appearances on Six Feet Under. Tonight he gave yet another stellar performance as Justin, the kid in need of a second heart transplant. I was so glad it was Cristina who revived him and then gave him a good talk and it was her positive mental energy that really saved him in the end. I really liked how Burke told Cristina there was a difference between being religious and being spiritual. Her smiling when she saw the decorated tree and then the menorah was great. Also great was how everyone helped Alex study for his retaking of the boards, even Izzie ("because it's what Jesus would freakin' do!"). Nice moment with Izzie crying like that towards the end you could really tell how sorry Alex was. Then there's Bailey the more pregnant she gets, the more supportive she is of her interns. So cool of her to allow Meredith and the others to help Alex, but the best Bailey moment was when she asked George to be tough with that obnoxious family. Speaking of which, did you notice Helen Slater playing the woman with the gastric ulcer? Kind of a blah role for Supergirl, but actors need work, I guess (her not-so-exciting role reminded me of the one John Stamos played on ER last month). I always love the final moments of this show Meredith's narration sums up the basic theme of the episode while something pivotal happens right at the very end. In this case, Meredith explained how important our friends, in addition to our real families, are during the holidays, and then Derek told Addison he was still in love with Meredith. Care for another hot-buttered rum, Addison?