Before the Seattle Grace doctors head to Boise to take part in an operation on conjoined twins, the Attendings pressure the 5th years for final decisions on their posts next year. Meanwhile... See full summary »



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Before the Seattle Grace doctors head to Boise to take part in an operation on conjoined twins, the Attendings pressure the 5th years for final decisions on their posts next year. Meanwhile, Arizona must face the reality of her friend's condition and Ben tries to get Bailey to go on a special lunch date. Written by Nadia Nassar

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Drama | Romance





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10 May 2012 (USA)  »

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Great episode
30 December 2015 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

First, I LOVED having an Arizona-centric storyline. I've waited for about a season and a half for her absolute awesomeness to shine through again and here it is. I loved her relationship with her brother's best friend. It was heartbreaking. And that scene with Callie outside when she tells her never to leave her? I can't even ….. <3 <3 <3.

Derek and Meredith <3. Yay for actually seeing inside the house that he has been building for her.

I have truly loved, even more than normal, the Cristina/Meredith friendship these last few episodes. The way Cristina was there for her when Meredith was sick whilst taking the boards <3 <3 <3. And that scene between them when Cristina told her that she wasn't her person, Owen was ….. although it made me whimper, I was actually okay with it in the end because I think Cristina saying that was best for both of them.

I loved that Teddy/Owen scene when he tells her what he did and why Cristina is leaving.

The Alex/Chief thing was an interesting angle. I thought that Alex was going to be the ones to fail his Boards until I remember they had him fail in Season 2 (or was it 1) so that would be too repetitive. Nice to see him come out on top for once. I loved that Cristina hugged him. It just said so much. On the other hand I also loved the scene where Arizona totally lost it and started shouting at him.

I don't really have any thoughts on April being the one to fail her Boards except that if it had to happen to someone, I am so glad that it's her and not anyone else (wouldn't have really cared if it had been Jackson either - as you can see I am all about the old crowd).

Ben's crossword proposal to Bailey was so sweet. Really liked Bailey in this whole episode actually. I felt so sorry for her at the end.

I really don't care about Owen/Cristina. That's pretty much the only relationship that I'm not even a tiny bit interested in. I've never been that invested in Mark/Lexie but I am kind of curious as to how that will go, ditto Jackson/April.

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