Grey's Anatomy Caption Contest XIV

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Another week, another Caption Contest at the Insider. Not too many responses to choose from this week, but we managed to get some good ones. Congratulations to this week's winner, Lauren, whose caption is posted under the pic below. For the full list of replies, scroll down the full page. This week's honorable mentions go out to arizonaemilyj and to YOU ARE ALL WEAK, both of whom submitted some pretty great ones.

Nice job to all who participated. Let's try to get participation up a little this week. We would love to start issuing prizes for these once Season Three begins, but we'll need a lot more comments before we can swing that. Good luck this week and thanks for making us the top Grey's Anatomy site online!

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Caption Contest, Vol. 14

Cristina: He keyed me this morning. Before my mocha latte!

George: Isn’t that a good thing?

Cristina: Not when I can perform open heart surgery on his kitchen counter because his house is so freaking clean!

George: Well, he could have six months of un-read magazines on it.

Cristina: [glares]

Izzie: [cracking up]

Steve Marsi is the Managing Editor of TV Fanatic. Follow him on Google+ or email him here.

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Cristina: That whipple is so mine! George: Doesn't Burke get to decide who assists him in the surgury? Cristina: Oh shut up Bambi! Izzy: *Chuckles*

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YANG: "I totally got to assist on better surgeries than you guys. Woo!"

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