Grey's Anatomy: Season 5, Episode 5

There's No 'I' in Team (23 Oct. 2008)

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Bailey's dream of a domino surgery is scuppered when one of the donors learns of her husband's affair, and Meredith is insulted when she gets no credit for the procedure she and Derek worked on together.

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George's first day as a resident includes being on a team of surgeons who is performing six kidney transplants in one day, which helps to distract him in seeing that Lexie has feelings for him. Meanwhile, Callie has problems in taking her relationship to the next level with Erica, and Meredith feels slighted when her name is left out of the medical journal report on her clinical trial with Derek. Written by Moviedude1

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Tiny break in a lot of shells...
16 July 2013 | by (Montréal) – See all my reviews

It's about time for Alex and Izzie!! They are like cat and mouse since the beginning, but now I think it's started for the good. Maybe it's when Izzie saw the real Alex, the broken Alex, with all the bad memories of his childhood, who had to be a grown-up before time, who thinks nobody care about him, it's there he can let her enter for real in his life. She don't stop pushing him in the guts with her "i care about you Alex" time after time after time than we can see a break in his shell. I think it's a great Izzie/Alex moment.

For the rest of the episode, there's some funny things, like when Callie ask Sloan to teach her how give pleasure to a woman and after go to practice it with Erica, it was a first aha

Weird reconciliation ever when Derek give a kidney in a jar to Meredith to forgive him about the way he takes all credits for the trial and says to her that she's a baby.

No good word for George this time. He mess up a lot with Lexie. No real moment for him in this episode.

And I really want to know more about the new doctor Owen... a man who turns the head of Yang... other than Burke... could be interesting to see how it evolves.


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