The lives of everyone in the OR are threatened when a patient enters with a bomb inside him, and a young paramedic with her arm inside the cavity is the only thing keeping it from going off.

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The lives of everyone in the OR are threatened when a patient enters with a bomb inside him, and a young paramedic with her arm inside the cavity is the only thing keeping it from going off.

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In addition to the title of the episode being a reference to an R.E.M. song, the last song in the episode is "In the Sun" by Michael Stipe featuring Chris Martin, the lead singers of R.E.M. and Coldplay, respectively. See more »

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In Bailey's first scene, we hear a water splashing sound, and she tells George that her water just broke all over his shoes. Bailey is then shown being helped into a wheel chair, but her jeans are completely dry! See more »

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Dr. Preston Burke: [to Christina] We go to sleep, I think everything is fine, by the time I wake up, you're just a *little* bit crazy.
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References Rosemary's Baby (1968) See more »

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The Quintessential episode.
23 July 2008 | by (Netherlands) – See all my reviews

This episode of Grey's Anatomy (normally not my show) is the absolute sum-mum of what an episode in a recurring series can bring. Plot, humor, a thriller, sex, good music... this episode may perhaps not be surpassed by any series, and can be put on level with Tarantino's episode on CSI Las Vegas.

The best part of it may be that it's part one of a two-part episode, ending on a thrilling cliffhanger making one immediately grab the next episode.

Small summary of the episode: a seriously injured man is brought in by a ambulance worker (played by Christina Ricci), along with him comes Dr. Bailey in labor and her husband, who crashed in traffic. Ten minutes later, the hospital is evacuated and everyone in the hospital is in danger of their lives....


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