Grey's Anatomy: Season 2, Episode 27

Losing My Religion (15 May 2006)

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The chief tries to determine who's responsible. Callie presses George about his feelings. Derek and Meredith have to make a decision about Doc. The interns are charged with pleasing the chief's niece.

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The chief tries to determine who's responsible. Callie presses George about his feelings. Derek and Meredith have to make a decision about Doc. The interns are charged with pleasing the chief's niece.

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Every episode of the show is named after a famous song. "Losing My Religion" is a song by R.E.M.. See more »

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Dr. Richard Webber: You have your dress for the prom?
Dr. Miranda Bailey: Excuse me?
Dr. Richard Webber: I'm going to the prom. If I have to go, *everybody* has to go.
Dr. Miranda Bailey: Wha - I'm a grown woman.
Dr. Richard Webber: [announcing to the room in general] Everybody goes to the prom! Everybody!
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seriously, important choices to make
6 September 2006 | by (Philippines) – See all my reviews

i have already seen season two although it hasn't been shown here on TV yet, i got really lucky when i got a DVD copy. with the season ender episode, i just can't get over this and been trying to search and ask people if they happen to have the season 3 copy already! for me, i think the symbolism of "DOC" the dog for Derek and Meredith is huge. with the dog dying, it shows that the personal link between them died also. i feel sorry for them. with Meredith, i can really see that she loves Derek so much it practically hurts. that is why i too feel like i am at the crossroads on whom to choose between mcdreamy or mcvet though i also want for Meredith to move on and have a life with Phin (who is hot, nice and very patient with her), i know that Derek will be hurt whenever he sees them together BUT the thing is he has to leave Addison first. hey, he can't just have a wife and a lover at the same time... seriously...

i am really so looking forward to the next season! want to know if izzie was allowed to quit which will be a loss, seriously... and Burke, what happened to him? can he continue being a surgeon???


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