Grey's Anatomy (2005– )
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Flight 

As Meredith, Cristina, Derek, Mark, Lexie, and Arizona face the aftermath of their accident, the doctors back at the hospital face the future that seems to be taking them all in different directions.

Director:

Rob Corn

Writers:

Shonda Rhimes (created by), Shonda Rhimes
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Ellen Pompeo ... Dr. Meredith Grey
Sandra Oh ... Dr. Cristina Yang
Justin Chambers ... Dr. Alex Karev
Chandra Wilson ... Dr. Miranda Bailey
James Pickens Jr. ... Dr. Richard Webber
Sara Ramirez ... Dr. Callie Torres
Eric Dane ... Dr. Mark Sloan
Chyler Leigh ... Dr. Lexie Grey
Kevin McKidd ... Dr. Owen Hunt
Jessica Capshaw ... Dr. Arizona Robbins
Kim Raver ... Dr. Teddy Altman
Sarah Drew ... Dr. April Kepner
Jesse Williams ... Dr. Jackson Avery
Patrick Dempsey ... Dr. Derek Shepherd
James Le Gros ... Jerry (as James LeGros)
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As Meredith, Cristina, Derek, Mark, Lexie, and Arizona face the aftermath of their accident, the doctors back at the hospital face the future that seems to be taking them all in different directions.

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Genres:

Drama | Romance

Certificate:

TV-14 | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

17 May 2012 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Trivia

We see archive footage from the pilot episode in the opening of the episode. See more »

Connections

Featured in Grey's Anatomy: One Flight Down (2015) See more »

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Graveyard
(uncredited)
Written by Leslie Feist
Performed by Leslie Feist
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Most Pitiful Final of a Season I've Ever Seen
18 October 2013 | by mikewill4590See all my reviews

The writer of this episode would probably be fired if it wasn't the creator of the show. One wonders how someone who writes such a pitiful excuse of a show ever had the imagination to dream up the show in the first place.

I've watched several seasons for the intrigue of what takes place in the operating room and that which leads up to it and what which comes after during recover. I've endured along the way Rhimes's, the creator, attempts to indoctrinate us with the supposed realization that practically every other person we bump into lives an alternate sexual lifestyle. I've also endured the immorality that apparently is the basis for Rhimes's existence. However, until this point there has actually been that level of suspense that always drew me back. After this episode not sure that will be the case.

First of all the lack of realism was incredible. She unsuccessfully tried to achieve suspense but I never once found myself on the edge of my seat. And for an episode that should have provoked a lot of emotion it was so poorly written and sequenced that I never felt attached to the characters. Makes me think she missed her first three writing days and then rushed to get something together. Then again maybe she's just out of ideas.


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