Grey's Anatomy: Season 7, Episode 18

Song Beneath the Song (31 Mar. 2011)

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In a series first, the music that has been at the heart of the show and been beloved by fans comes to life for Grey's Anatomy: The Music Event. A cataclysmic event rattles the doctors of ... See full summary »



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In a series first, the music that has been at the heart of the show and been beloved by fans comes to life for Grey's Anatomy: The Music Event. A cataclysmic event rattles the doctors of Seattle Grace to the core, as Callie, on the verge of an enormous life-changing moment with Arizona, envisions her hospital and friends as it has never-been-seen before. "Chasing Cars" (Snow Patrol), "How to Save a Life" (The Fray) and "The Story" (Brandi Carlile) are among the songs performed by the cast. Written by ABC Publicity

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Several members of the regular cast already had extensive musical theater experience, most notably Chandra Wilson (who was in the original Broadway cast of "Caroline, or Change" and who also appeared on Broadway in such musicals as "Avenue Q" and "Chicago") and Sara Ramirez (who was in the original Broadway casts of "Spamalot," "A Class Act," and "The Capeman" and who won the 2005 Tony Award for Best Featured Actress in a Musical for "Spamalot"). See more »


from So You've Ruined Your Life by Get Set Go
Sung by Chandra Wilson, Sarah Drew and Chyler Leigh
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2 April 2011 | by (London) – See all my reviews

I've been a fan since day one, and never hated an episode, until the last one, I really thought that episode would make me cry until the started singing and I then I felt bad for the show, please don't do it again, if we want good singing we will watch glee. We didn't even have 10 minutes of show without singing, it just takes away the emotion. I bet the producers forced some members of the cast to do this because they seemed really uncomfortable singing, i.e. Meredith, Karev, Mark. The episode could've been the best of the season and the most emotional one, but instead I started asking myself "should I continue watching this show?" Please don't do it again!!!!

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