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FIGHT TO THE END Chief Hunt (Kevin McKidd) did his best to prove to Dr. Cahill (Constance Zimmer) that Seattle Grace should keep its ER open.
Lastly: Arizona, Callie, and Karev. They were working with a little gymnast girl who had to have both of her hips replaced, thus ruining her Olympic career. "I wasn't into gymnastics," she explained. "It was my career! Ever since I was 4 years old, it's all I've wanted to do." Callie, Karev, and Arizona all tried to get the little devil gal to change her attitude -- and get back on her feet. But it was only Arizona, after showing off her prosthetic leg, who was successful.
The whole situation did lead to a funny scene with Callie, who had been eviscerated by the freaky little gymnastics girl. Callie was outside, downtrodden after her interaction with the bereft little girl, and she encountered the group of interns, who were all worried about their futures at the hospital. "The future, kids," she said, dramatically, before pouring her coffee out on the ground. "It's completely out of your control." It made me laugh.
Meredith, as usual, ended the hour with her voiceover, again telling the tale of efficiencies. "To be really efficient, you have to eliminate what doesn't work. You have to figure out what's important," she said. "And hold on tight to the things that matter the most." In her case, that was Derek. As we saw her cuddle up with him in bed, he had his hand on her stomach looking for a kick from the baby. Awww.
What'd you think of the episode, Grey's watchers? Are you worried for the future of Seattle Grace? Do you want Dr. Cahill to stick around the hospital? How much longer do you think Big Brother will be hanging around?
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