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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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Drama | Romance

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31 March 2011 (USA)  »

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Avery, Yang, Derek, and Addison are the only doctors who do not sing in this episode. See more »

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Referenced in Private Practice: What We Have Here... (2011) See more »

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How We Operate
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from How We Operate by Gomez
Sung by Kevin McKidd
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Dear Lord.
4 April 2011 | by (Wonderland) – See all my reviews

This was the worse episode of any show I've ever seen. I could not even finish it. Yes, it was that bad.

For a sixteen year old girl who loves musicals and health, I was horrified. They used the old songs they promoted and played them in at odd parts. I'm not even going to write what I think of the weird love scene. I also don't think near death experiences happen like that.

I stopped watching it halfway and actually started doing homework instead. Tragic moment in television's history.

DON"T WATCH EVER!

I really mean it.


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