Grey's Anatomy 11 Seasons 2005

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Season 1
(665) IMDb 8.2/10
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Alex works hard to gain the trust of Annie, a patient with a large tumor.

Starring:
Ellen Pompeo, Sandra Oh
Runtime:
44 minutes
Original air date:
May 1, 2005

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Great casting & acting!
Glen Edman
I can't wait until season 2 is released, I will be one of the firsts ones to buy it.
Lovin Grey's
I love watching every episode and I can't wait to watch the next one!
Ren

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20 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Suz Caldwell on June 6, 2005
Format: DVD
When I first heard about Grey's Anatomy I thought this would be another boring medical soap opera angst-fest, but it was so much more. The cast has geniuine chemistry, not just between Shepard and Meredith, but between everyone. The characters are all fantastic, with their little quirks that have us begging for more than what the 1st season offered.

The patients they see also have us wanting more from the characters. Its like ER that the patients any of the patients can die at any time. Its not cheesy in that the ones we love manage to live, because, on several occasions, they have died when its least expected.

By having an outstanding storyline (with a jaw-dropping cliffhanger) and fantastic chemistry, the show manages to stand out among the many medical dramas seen over the years. Even though the 1st season is a bit short, its still worth checking out.
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120 of 141 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Bey VINE VOICE on December 21, 2005
Format: DVD
I'm a huge fan of medical dramas and originally I really didn't see how this show could differ itself from any other average medical show. I got hooked in the first five minutes and I've been watching ever since. Now that ER is sort of past its prime Grey's Anatomy can easy claim the title as the best medical drama on television.

What really differs the show from any other medical show I've seen is the character development. The character development helped keep me interested and I felt I got to know Meredith and the other interns. I also got a feel for the hardships being an intern is and how much work goes into becoming a doctor. You also get a feeling of connection with the interns because of how much we find out about them. Dr. Shepherd, Dr. Bailey, and Dr. Burke help them along the way and offer some good advice. It's very informative and I've learned a few things watching it.

Overall I think Grey's Anatomy is one of the best and most addictive shows on TV right now. This DVD is a great way to see it from the beginning and it's priced right and I highly recommend it.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Lit Prof on December 9, 2005
Format: DVD
When teasers were first aired for this show last season, I couldn't have been less interested. I wasn't familiar with any of the main actors so no one caught my attention nor am I particularly fond of "hospital" shows. I made no effort to catch the pilot but somehow found myself in front of the television when it came on. After the first 15 minutes, I was seriously hooked and haven't dared to miss an episode since -- it's THAT good! This is the only television show I actually watch while it's airing. Normally, if I want to watch something, I'll record it for later viewing (commercials drive me crazy) but "Grey's Anatomy" is the one show I HAVE to watch along with 20+ million other people in America. I love all of the regular characters and am consistently amazed by their overall chemistry with each other. Having said that, I am especially impressed by, and adore, Sandra Oh who plays Cristina Yang. In a stellar cast, she is a standout. She's acerbic, witty, carelessly abrupt and totally unlearned in the art of diplomacy, but in her few moments of vulnerability (usually with the coolly skillful Dr. Burke or with her "sister"/close friend Meredith), she has been wonderful and touching. She deserves an Emmy -- they're all so good but she is a consistent scene stealer. Her timing and delivery are perfect. As Cristina, she always makes me laugh but she sometimes also breaks my heart. I had never seen any of Sandra's work before but am a fan of hers for life now. She and the tough but nurturing Dr. Miranda Bailey, along with sweet but awkward George O'Malley, are my absolute favorites in a cast that has melded together into a well-oiled machine. I cannot praise this show or its talented cast enough and it seems I'm not in the minority here.Read more ›
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27 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Grace's Mom on August 29, 2006
Format: DVD
I was turned onto the show by my sister and only started watching it in the second season. Fortunately, the network started running the series over on Thursday nights so I was able to watch it all from the beginning. It's the best writing on TV today. So I bought the DVD to watch while on the treadmill. Imagine my disappointment when I started watching the DVD and since I had just started the series on Thursday nights, I could spot right away that some of the episodes are abridged. I don't know why they did this. I would have been very confused, I think, had I not seen the original Episode 2 The First Cut is the Deepest, and not understood how Meredith ended up at the nursery watching the babies and how she ended up carrying the severed "appendage" around all day and night. George's part was almost entirely cut out. They should have left the episodes intact.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Ms. O'Neill on November 9, 2005
Format: DVD
For those of you tired of flipping through channels (or in this case, surfing the web) because nothing good is on television, look no further. Grey's Anatomy is a smart dramedy with as much wit as it has heart. The only thing more watch-able than the pretty faces are the storylines viewers will love to get tangled up in.

Season one starts out with the introduction of the show's heroin Meredith Grey [Ellen Pompeo] getting herself into a hilariously messy situation (I won't give it away, but let's just say Dr. Derek Shepard [Patrick Dempsey] looks just as good in the morning as he does in his doctor's scrubs). What happens in the first scene of the series sets the story for the rest of the season. Pompeo gives an honest performance (we never feel like she's acting, and we can't help but want her to succeed in her endeavors).

The show's supporting cast consisting of Sandra Oh paired with Isaiah Washington is one of the show's most pleasant surprises. There is a spark between these two by the second or third episode that viewers will notice (perhaps even before the writers did?) leading one to root for them to get together as well.

Other TV buffs may recognize Katherine Heigl from the now defunct (but equally as great) Roswell. Heigl plays an intern/part time model that is strong willed and intelligent. In season one there are hints of a relationship between her and fellow bad-boy intern, Alex (you may recognize him as Masimo, the goofy Italian guy from the Jennifer Lopez flick "The Wedding Planner"). Is she just what he needs to show a softer side of himself?

With smart writing and likable characters, this show has the gripping medical dilemmas of "ER," the solid camaraderie of "Friends," and the heart of "Gilmore Girls." Buy season one, and catch season two on ABC, Sunday nights at 10:00 PM.
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