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Dr. April Kepner (Character)
from "Grey's Anatomy" (2005)

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Biography:
Introduced in the sixth season, April Kepner is a transplant from Mercy West Hospital... See more »
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April Kepner

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  1. "Grey's Anatomy"
        - How to Save a Life (2015) TV episode, Played by Sarah Drew
        - One Flight Down (2015) TV episode, Played by Sarah Drew
        - Crazy Love (2015) TV episode, Played by Sarah Drew
        - When I Grow Up (2015) TV episode, Played by Sarah Drew
        - With or Without You (2015) TV episode, Played by Sarah Drew
          (121 more)
  2. "Seattle Grace: Message of Hope" (2010) TV series Played by Sarah Drew (as April Kepner)

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From "Grey's Anatomy: Slow Night, So Long (#7.9)" (2010)
Dr. Mark Sloan: [the night shift doctors, Karev, Grey, little Grey, Kepner, Avery, arrive at the hospital yawning] Did you just yawn? Was that a yawn?
Dr. Teddy Altman: Don't tell us you're tired after getting to sleep all day.
Dr. April Kepner: It's not as easy as it sounds.
Dr. Miranda Bailey: Not easy? Not... When I was a resident, I actually worked for a living. I did every other night call for five years.
Dr. Robert Stark: There were days I didn't go home for 72 hours. I loved it.
Dr. Alex Karev: As you trudged through the snow while you whittled your own scalpels.
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