Grey's Anatomy: Season 3, Episode 25

Didn't We Almost Have It All? (17 May 2007)

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The wedding day arrives. Richard chooses the new Chief and Chief Resident, the interns receive their exam results, Callie drops a bombshell on George while Izzie pours her heart out to him, and Burke makes an important decision.

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As the wedding approaches, the bride feels the walls closing in. As the final choice for the new chief approaches, the Attendings feel the walls closing in. Bailey's up for becoming chief resident, as is Callie, who feels like taking her marriage to the next level, possibly only as an effort to hang on to George. The interns get their test results, as Alex finds out Rebecca and her baby are being discharged. Written by Moviedude1

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Three actors from the television show Friday Night Lights (2006) are featured in this episode: Kevin Rankin, Aasha Davis and Derek Phillips. See more »

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Dr. Cristina Yang: He's gone.
Dr. Meredith Grey: I don't think he's gone. He's stuff is still here.
Dr. Cristina Yang: No. His trumpet was here. His entire Eugene Foot collection. His CDs. His grandmother's picture was beside his bed. His luckiest scrub cap was hanging on the door... he's gone. I'm free. Damn it. Damn it. Damn, damn it.
[Starts to sob]
Dr. Cristina Yang: Oh God gets this off! Get this off! Get this off!
Dr. Meredith Grey: Stay still, stay still.
[unties her necklace]
Dr. Cristina Yang: Help me.
Dr. Meredith Grey: [grabs scissors, cuts Cristina out of her dress and holds her while she crys]
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Season 3 Finale: Extremely Good
23 May 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The season 3 finale of "Grey's Anatomy" was done perfectly well with the best acting in it. The storyline was well thought out by the best, Shonda Rimes, which involved (SPOILERS!!!) Burke leaving Cristina, only minutes before she walked down the aisle. Cristina has a teeny-tiny freak-out when she found out that she washed off the vows on her had by mistake. But she was ready when Burke came in and basically told her that this wedding has turned her into something that she is not. He didn't want his wedding to be a mistake. When we see Cristina in her apartment alone in her wedding dress (by the way, which looked great!) she tells Meredith that he was gone. She said, "I'm free... damn it. Damn it. Damn it!" Sandra Oh did such a fabulous job on her part. She will definitely take home a Emmy this year just for that scene only. It surpassed the season 2 finale, because it involved ALL the characters this time. Everyone had there own set of problems just like people in real life. I was blown away by this show. It has redeemed itself.


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