Covering days one through 13, everyone at Seattle Grace fights to save Izzie and George's lives and then deals with the aftermath. Elsewhere, Hunt treats a double amputation, and Arizona has a teen with painful growth spurts.

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Covering days one through 13, everyone at Seattle Grace fights to save Izzie and George's lives and then deals with the aftermath. Elsewhere, Hunt treats a double amputation, and Arizona has a teen with painful growth spurts.

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Jessica Capshaw ("Arizona") became a regular, and was added to the opening credits, while T.R. Knight ("George") was removed from them. See more »

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In the bar after George's funeral, Chief Weber calls Derick "Darrin". See more »

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Dr. Alex Karev: What is this?
Dr. Izzie Stevens: Take off your pants.
Dr. Alex Karev: Iz, it's, uh...
Dr. Izzie Stevens: Be my husband. Get undresses, get into bed and hold me. I don't know what you're so mad about and I don't know what you're scared of because you won't talk to me. But I'm scared, too, Alex, and I can't if you won't, if we're gonna have any chance at a life together, then I need you to... please.
Dr. Alex Karev: You died in my arms. You freakin' died and then you left instructions that I wasn't allowed to save your life. You want to know what I'm scared of? I'm...
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Bye bye George
30 December 2015 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Going by the premiere I have to admit that I do think that the show has lost its spark with the absence of George and the reduced appearance of Meredith. Then again the jumps in time never help the continuity. Overall this episode seemed like it was a bit of an effort to make. It didn't flow. Callie's here, there and everywhere, and then suddenly we're merging Seattle Grace and Mercy West just like that. I guess I just didn't feel this episode.

Kudos on the whole hysterics at the funeral thing. OMG the armless girl! Ewww. Seriously EWWWWW. I think I almost threw up when we saw her "friend" carrying her arms in even if we didn't actually see anything. And if I lost the use of 3 limbs, trust me I would want my mother to be there. Chief Webber ... that is some of the lousest fake driving I think I have ever seen! And, yeah, I'm kind of hoping the show will get is groove back next episode.


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