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"Grey's Anatomy" Crash Into Me: Part 2 (2007)

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Original Air Date:
6 December 2007 (Season 4, Episode 10)
Tragedy abounds for everyone at Seattle Grace as they all continue in efforts to get the paramedic out of the overturned ambulance... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Episode Crew
Directed by
Jessica Yu 
Writing credits
Shonda Rhimes (created by)

Shonda Rhimes (written by) &
Krista Vernoff (written by)

Produced by
Betsy Beers .... executive producer
Debora Cahn .... consulting producer
Tammy Ann Casper .... producer
Zoanne Clack .... producer
Rob Corn .... executive producer
Karin Gleason .... associate producer
Mark Gordon .... executive producer
Allan Heinberg .... co-executive producer
Linda Klein .... producer
Stacy McKee .... producer
Tony Phelan .... co-executive producer
Jeff Rafner .... producer
Joan Rater .... co-executive producer
Shonda Rhimes .... executive producer
Lisa Taylor .... co-producer
Chris Van Dusen .... associate producer
Krista Vernoff .... executive producer
Mark Wilding .... executive producer
Original Music by
Danny Lux 
Cinematography by
Herbert Davis (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Edward Ornelas 
Casting by
John Brace 
Linda Lowy 
Will Stewart 
Production Design by
Donald Lee Harris 
Art Direction by
Michael Budge 
Set Decoration by
Karen Bruck 
Costume Design by
Mimi Melgaard 
Makeup Department
Brigitte Bugayong .... key makeup artist
Thomas R. Burman .... special makeup effects artist (as Tom Burman)
Arleen Chavez .... key hair stylist
Bari Dreiband-Burman .... special makeup effects artist (as Bari Burman)
Michelle Rene Elam .... hair stylist
Rocky Faulkner .... special makeup effects artist
Sean Flanigan .... hair department head
Shauna Giesbrecht .... assistant makeup artist
Norman T. Leavitt .... makeup department head (as Norman Leavitt)
Christopher Payne .... makeup lab technician: Burman Studio
Michele Teleis-Fickle .... makeup artist
Vincent Van Dyke .... makeup effects shop foreman
Julie M. Woods .... key hair stylist
Production Management
Jeff Rafner .... unit production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Shawn Hanley .... second assistant director
Chris Hayden .... first assistant director
Jana Ludwigova .... assistant director
Laura Petticord .... second second assistant director
Art Department
Stacy Doran .... set dresser
Pete Flynn .... assistant property master
Joseph W. Grafmuller .... leadman
Curt Jones .... construction coordinator
Robin McCarthy .... art department coordinator
Bruce Purcell .... set dresser
Renata Yvette Ray .... assistant property master (as Renata Ray)
Angela M. Whiting .... property master (as Angela Whiting)
Daniel Brodo .... set dresser (uncredited)
Bob Huffman .... construction foreman (uncredited)
Sound Department
Beau Baker .... production sound mixer
T.W. Davis .... sound supervisor
Don Digirolamo .... re-recording mixer
Todd Langner .... re-recording mixer
Mark McBryde .... additional foley artist
Stacey Michaels .... foley mixer
Anthony Torretto .... sound editor
Noel Vought .... foley artist
Special Effects by
Jason Gustafson .... special effects coordinator
Anthony Julio .... special effects makeup
Visual Effects by
Darren Frankel .... president: Stargate Studios
Scott Ramsey .... visual effects supervisor
Sean Ware .... visual effects camera operator
Jon Rhinehardt .... compositor (uncredited)
Hugh Aodh O'Brien .... utility stunts
Peewee Piemonte .... stunts
Camera and Electrical Department
Joseph Antczak .... first assistant camera: "a" camera (2005-2012)
Chris Brow .... dolly grip
Scott Garfield .... still photographer
Rob J. Greenlea .... key grip (as Rob Greenlea)
Mark Jackson .... camera operator
Chris Johnson .... second assistant camera
Michael La Vere .... grip
Peyton Skelton .... chief lighting technician
Greg G. Reeves .... lighting console programmer (uncredited)
Casting Department
Jamie Castro .... casting assistant
Marlise Gunzenhauser .... casting assistant
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Anita Louise Brown .... set costumer
Tom Houchins .... costume supervisor (as Thomas Houchins)
Meredith Korn .... costumer
Jordana Leeds .... set costumer
Deanna M. Saul .... set costumer
Editorial Department
Jaclyn Lelea .... post-production coordinator (as Jaclyn Lele'a)
Joe Mitacek .... assistant editor
Randy Starnes .... final colorist
Location Management
George Larson .... location manager
Music Department
Jennifer Barak .... music editor (as Jenny Barak)
Alexandra Patsavas .... music supervisor
Psapp .... composer: theme tune
Michael Reola .... assistant to composer
Kasey Truman .... music coordinator
Brittany Whyte .... music coordinator
Transportation Department
Tom Gilhooley .... transportation coordinator
Other crew
Thomas Barg .... production staff
Diane Collins .... additional script supervisor
Haichi Fuerman .... production staff
Nancy Kiu .... assistant: Betsy Beers
Nancy Kiu .... production staff
Elizabeth Klaviter .... researcher
Reza Lackey .... production assistant
Gordon K.K. Loi .... production accountant
Meg Marinis .... production staff
Erica Meredith .... production assistant
Star Michael .... production staff
Amanda Pecora-Sutphen .... production assistant (as Amanda Pecora)
Karen Lisa Pike .... medical consultant (as Karen Lisa Pike M.D.)
Nicole Rubio .... script supervisor (as Nicole Cummins-Rubio)
Mark Saul .... production staff
Sonay Washington .... production staff
Holly Marie Wilson .... accounts clerk
Winter Zemans .... production coordinator
Jeffrey Kaiser .... lead stand in (uncredited)
Payton Silver .... on set medical technical advisor (uncredited)
Amye Wilmes .... second assistant accountant (uncredited)

Series Crew
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Writing credits
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Shonda Rhimes  created by

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Additional Details

60 min
Aspect Ratio:
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Sound Mix:

Did You Know?

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1 out of 1 people found the following review useful.
This episode is a lot about fear..., 14 July 2013
Author: soliloque from Montréal

*** This review may contain spoilers ***

There's a lot to say about this 2-parts episode. About the people and what we learn about them, about their fears. At this time of the show, we see a lot of time how George could be terrified by life, he don't know how manage his feelings, but we also see how kind he is. I think it's the most decent man in this show, he never knows how to talk to his friends, 'cause he always wants to pleased them, but when we look deeper, we see a man who have golden words. He's the best to appease patients or to calm their fears and in this 2-parts episode, he knows how to be the perfect man when he talks to Izzie about their non-perfect relationship.

Then Alex seems to never knows where he goes. It's like he drives with his eyes close all the time. Sometimes he's really sweet with his acts and his words, but a lot of times he break all this kindness with his asshole behavior. He wants Ava a lot, but he's afraid of his feelings about her. He's hiding behind his jerkiness like a little boy. I hope he'll be a grown-up soon.

We could see in the last part of the episode a tiny crack in Hahn's armor when she opens a door for friendship with Torres and Sloan. Same thing for Yang, one of the time she's kind and sweet with someone else other than Meredith and Burke. IT's a change, we see some human being behind her robot behavior.

Little sad about nurse Rose, she seems to be a really nice woman, but she's not for Shepard. It's only flirting, but he belongs to Meredith. And after the beautiful speech she says to him about the way she don't want him to date, 'cause she's afraid of all this feelings, 'cause she never have a lot of emotions around her in her life, it could open a lot of hope for him, 'cause he see she wants to put some efforts in their relationship, 'cause he deserves it.

Most perfect moments of the episode: Izzie and George open their heart about the way she never be a kick-ass like Hahn and Yang and we read between the lines that he don't want that, 'cause he love Izzie like she. A really sweet moment.

When Meredith tries to fix the heart of Ray in the ambulance and Hahn talks about the way Meredith could kill him with 6 different ways and Meredith tells her to "shut up" (I really hate Hahn, then yeah! for Grey!)

And also the character of Seth Green (Nick) is really nice.

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