Grey's Anatomy 10 Seasons 2010

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Season 7
(229) IMDb 8.2/10
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Doctors try to save the life of a political figure from the Middle East.

Starring:
Ellen Pompeo, Sandra Oh
Runtime:
44 minutes
Original air date:
November 11, 2010

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Season 7

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24 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Amanda Thompson on September 8, 2011
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Coming into this season after the way they ended season 6 was going to be a challenge, but I think it was handled beautifully. Spoilers ahead: I know many people criticized Christina's story line at the beginning of the season, but it was my favorite. I went through a tragedy once myself, and seeing her pull away, change who she was, and then finally come back with a vengeance was like watching what I went through. I loved that she really went through the grief rather than wrapping it up in two episodes, it was more realistic to me. I will say there is one episode I absolutely hated, the documentary one I definitely could have done without, but don't let that one episode be the reason you don't get this set (you may like it), because the rest of the season is in true Grey's form. I also loved the journey of Alex this season, he and Christina were both center stage and it was a nice change of pace. Callie, Mark, and Arizona's journey as a "family" was also a good storyline. Adele's Alzheimer's was heartbreaking, and if I had been Meredith I would have done the same thing.

My top five episodes for the season:

1. "The Song Beneath the Song"-- From what I read you either loved or hated this episode. I loved it, I think I cried through most of it. Sara Ramirez really knocks this episode out of the park. The last song "The Story" was so amazingly done, you can almost feel her trying to get back into her body. Chasing Cars with Sara Ramirez, Kevin McKidd, and Chandra Wilson was easliy the best track for me. The emotion in this episode was portrayed so perfectly I don't think I moved or blinked the entire time. If you are a true Grey's fan and you like the music you will love this episode.

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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Author Simon Smith-Wilson on June 12, 2011
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I wasn't sure how they would handle this season after the shooting last season. I thought the show might go in the wrong direction and it would be the start of the end. This season was amazing. I thought they handled the fallout of last seasons finale really well. I love the character stories that ran throughout the season. Yang seemed to take more of a centre stage this season, which was great as she is one of my favourite characters. There are one or two tiny new characters, but I think they are more for future seasons and were added to sort of get the ball rolling on next seasons stories. Meredith had a fantastic storyline this season, which sort of came alive towards the second half. Karev centred episodes were actually my favourite. Hopefully at some point something will actually go right for him! The characters continue to get better. There was not a dull episode in the season. The musical was really funny and I think we can establish who can sing and who can't by the way Callie basically sings nearly every song. An amazing season, which can only get better next year.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By H. Lyman on September 4, 2011
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So yea, ok I admit it was strange at first to watch an episode full of musical numbers. But, once I got over myself this episode became one of the most powerful of the whole season. The music was perfectly matched to the story and it added another layer of emotion. Maybe I feel this way because music is such a big part of my life, but I LOVED what the music made this episode. That being said, I'm not too sure how I would feel if they did this all the time.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Rita Reader VINE VOICE on November 15, 2011
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I was so blown away by this season after the shooting finale of last season. I know they took a lot of flack for the musical episode but it is one of my all time favorites. It showcased these many talented actors who proved themseves to be such amazing singers. I loved this show and it took guts to break ground like that and do something so out of the box. As for the season, there is no sugar coated jumpiing back in the saddle for these doctors. It allows you to see them going through the serious symptoms of PTSD. I enjoyed every moment of this dvd. The extras are so terrific too, especially the behind the scenes for the musical and the out takes bloopers. Very funny.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Tey Fox on March 7, 2012
I could watch this episode a million times and never tire of it! Callie's voice is so amazing; it brings so much emotion and intensity to the drama that's unfolding.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jessica Cameron on October 14, 2012
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Seattle Grace is more than a hospital filled with suffering, challenging patients. It is home to an amazing group of dedicated, skilled and often emotionally crippled doctors. We don't always like them or agree with their decisions, but we always love them. One episode is never enough (even at 2 a.m.)!
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By jamiee on July 31, 2011
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seriously all the musical numbers are compeltly annoying. their is no point to them and they totally ruin the episode. what the hell went on in the writers heads?? did they lose a bet?
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By jenjen on February 25, 2012
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Season 1:
The beginning of Dr. McDreamy, its about time Patrick Dempsey was on series, addictive start.

Season 2:
The wife arrives from NY adds serious issues and Dr. McSteamy, Love Eric Dane is also here to stay.

Season 3:
The dating for Meredith beings with Dr. McDreamy + Dr. McVet, Great seeing Chris O'Donnell here.

Season 4: The elevator scene with Derek, Meredith, Addison, Rose & Mark my favorite moment along with the candle ending scene.

Season 5:
The addition of Army Trama Surgeon Dr. Hunt, Kevin Mckidd is also another favorite.

Season 6:
The changes, the new characters, the merge between SG + MW I was not a big fan of, yet by the end, everything came full circle.
But I did love seeing Kim Raver after 24, it took time to adjust from her 24 character, Audrey to Dr. Altman without Jack Bauer to save her ;)
I was happy with the Derek/Meredith "post-it" commitment,
very happy Meredith overcame her "issues" and their relationship was definitely at the next level.

Season 7:

This season is my favorite because all the characters seemed like:
1 big close family,
a team of doctors that care about each and about each others relationship,
still competitive but seemed like less running around going behind each others back,
less "on-call room" and less "taking off scrubs".

Instead, more humor, more care, stronger friendships, stronger team.

Of course, I missed the characters Addison, Izzy & George even Denny but I enjoyed every episode with all the characters and all the storylines.
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