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Going Going Gone 

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Months after the plane crash, the doctors at Seattle continue to try and find a new sense of normalcy. With a new set of interns to put through the ringer, the new fellows and attendings ... See full summary »

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Dr. Cristina Yang
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Dr. Alex Karev
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Dr. Miranda Bailey
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Dr. Richard Webber
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Dr. Mark Sloan
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Dr. Arizona Robbins
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Dr. April Kepner
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Dr. Derek Shepherd
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Dr. Craig Thomas
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Months after the plane crash, the doctors at Seattle continue to try and find a new sense of normalcy. With a new set of interns to put through the ringer, the new fellows and attendings get used to their roles while Cristina adjusts to her new life in Minnesota. But the life of one doctor hangs in the balance and it's clear that Seattle Grace Mercy West is not the same. Written by Nadia Nassar

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27 September 2012 (USA)  »

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Going, Going, Gone is a song by Bob Dylan, from his Planet Waves album. (Also performed on his Live at Budokan album.) See more »

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When cutting to Dr. Yang at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN, the two establishing shots show Mounds Avenue and the St. Paul Cathedral, both in St. Paul, MN, 90 miles away from Rochester. See more »

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Feels Like The End
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Written by Mikky Ekko
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Going Going Gone
18 October 2013 | by See all my reviews

The synopsis on this episode says in part, "But the life of one doctor hangs in the balance and it's clear that Seattle Grace Mercy West is not the same." One wonders if this should applied to one of the writers of this show--Shonda Rhimes. She puts me in mind of so many of the great groups billed as "one hit wonders". She put together a fairly good premise for a show and several good episodes but appears to be out of good ideas. Her only method of creating suspense appears to be the killing off of characters. Before long she may have to change the name of the show because she will probably kill off the title character as that has degraded into her only apparent method to stage some sort of drama for the show. Sad that one who could come up with such a good premise is devoid of ideas for generating suspense. With any luck the next one she will kill off will be herself and then maybe we can get some fresh plots.


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