Grey's Anatomy (2005– )
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As We Know It 

While the man with the bomb lodged in his chest remains in Burke's OR with Meredith's hand in the cavity, Bailey's injured husband remains in Derek's. Meanwhile, Bailey's distress puts her unborn baby at risk.

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... Dr. Meredith Grey
... Dr. Cristina Yang
... Dr. Izzie Stevens
... Dr. Alex Karev
... Dr. George O'Malley
... Dr. Miranda Bailey
... Dr. Richard Webber
... Dr. Addison Montgomery
... Dr. Preston Burke
... Dr. Derek Shepherd
... Hannah Davies
... Dylan Young
... Adele Webber
... Mindy Carlson
... Tucker Jones
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While the man with the bomb lodged in his chest remains in Burke's OR with Meredith's hand in the cavity, Bailey's injured husband remains in Derek's. Meanwhile, Bailey's distress puts her unborn baby at risk.

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Drama | Romance

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12 February 2006 (USA)  »

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1.78 : 1
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Every episode of the show is named after a famous song. "It's the End of the World as We Know It" is a song by R.E.M.. See more »

Goofs

The Dr. Milton character appears earlier in the season in the episode, "Into you Like a Train." In that episode, his name is Dr. Adams. See more »

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Dr. Preston Burke: [Burke and Shepherd walk out of the elevator] Derek.
Dr. Derek Shepherd: Preston.
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Cosy in the Rocket
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Written by Carim Clasmann and Galia Durant
Performed by Psapp
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Almost a parody of a disaster movie.
16 June 2015 | by See all my reviews

This is a silly, cringe-worthy episode with at least three dozen eye-rolling moments. If the premise of a live bomb-in-a-body isn't bad enough, the writers take the customary stilted dialog to a whole new level in their efforts to milk every last drop of cheesy emotion from the characters. People simply don't talk or act this way in real life. It's so painful to watch, you wonder how the actors didn't burst laughing when reading some of their lines. Everything about this episode is so melodramatic, so cliché, it feels like the viewer is being pranked -- as if the script was conjured up by writers from The Onion. To make matters worse, it's as if the story takes place in some alternate reality because we never hear about it again once the ending credits roll.


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