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The Becoming 

The new clinical trial patient has a secret, Yang is dealt a blow from a distance by Burke, the nurses refuse to work with Sloan, and Meredith's therapist tells her some home truths.

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The new clinical trial patient has a secret, Yang is dealt a blow from a distance by Burke, the nurses refuse to work with Sloan, and Meredith's therapist tells her some home truths.

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Drama | Romance

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8 May 2008 (USA)  »

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Trivia

In a close-up of the article about Preston Burke's Harper Avery award, it is revealed that the writer of the article is Tony Phelan who is actually the co-executive producer and writer for this episode of Grey's Anatomy. See more »

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In a close-up of the article about Preston Burke's Harper Avery award, it is revealed that the writer of the article is Tony Phelan who is actually the co-executive producer and writer for this episode of Grey's Anatomy. See more »

Quotes

Dr. Mark Sloan: The most refined, professional, lady-like doctor in this hospital came to my defense tonight. Best she could come up with was "he's a whore."
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Carmella (Four Tet Remix)
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Written by Beth Orton
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Courtesy of EMI
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It felt disconnected
10 May 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

It felt so disconnected. Miranda walking in with her baby.... what was that about? What was up with Christine and the singing and why was Lexie suddenly there with her? I know Christine spoke her mind in the end, but it just seemed so out of character and disjointed. It felt like they wrote a lot of topics for the show (The Chief and his Intern, Burke and his award, Christine and her apparent melt down, Callie and Dr. Hahn and their friendship, Dr. McSteamy being a whore, the tumor research, Rose and Derrick, Merideth and her shrink..) and couldn't settle on one to run with. I love Grey's and wouldn't think of missing an episode, but I was disappointed with this one.


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