Mark and Derek's Mother

Mark and Derek's Mother

Mark converses with Derek's mom in a photo from "Sympathy For the Devil."
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They Go Way Back

They Go Way Back

Hopefully Mark didn't sleep with her, too.
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Mrs. Shepherd and Mark

Mrs. Shepherd and Mark

Mark talks to Derek's mother in a photo from "Sympathy For the Devil."
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A Sexy Sloan

A Sexy Sloan

Mark Sloan in a photo from "Sympathy For the Devil." He's so hot.
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Doctor Mark Sloan

Doctor Mark Sloan

Mark Sloan in a photo from "Sympathy For the Devil."
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Sloan Smirks

Sloan Smirks

Or smiles? We can't really tell. But in this picture from "These Ties That Bind," the eighth episode of Season Five of Grey's Anatomy, Mark looks intrigued by something to say the least.
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The Sloan Method

The Sloan Method

We don't know about Mark Sloan's technique in the sack, but the Sloan Method to us means witty one-liners and overall comic relief. He's the best.
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Threesome, Anyone?

Threesome, Anyone?

We're just kidding ... but would you be surprised if Mark Sloan did in fact ask that? He's always up for pretty much anything.
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Four Docs

Four Docs

Four of Seattle's finest - Derek, Meredith, Alex and Cristina - take a walk in an episode of Grey's Anatomy. Looks like a fun scene.
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Sloan and Yang

Sloan and Yang

Drs. Cristina Yang (Sandra Oh) and Mark Sloan (Eric Dane) in a promotional shot from "Rise Up," from the fifth season of Grey's Anatomy.
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Dr. Sloan

Dr. Sloan

Mark Sloan (a.k.a. McSteamy) looks on in a promotional shot from "Rise Up," from the fifth season of Grey's Anatomy.
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Skeptics

Skeptics

Mark and Derek look on in a promotional picture from "Life During Wartime," from the fifth season of Grey's Anatomy. They don't look too sure about these developments, whatever they may be.
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Grey's Anatomy Quotes

Everything comes apart at some point. We all will. It's the law. It's what we're designed to do. We have to face it, and accept it, and try to hold it together for as long as we can.

Meredith

Freezing, choking, getting tongue-tied--there's a reason it happens. We lose our words because the stakes are so high and we have so much to lose. We're petrified of saying too much, or saying it wrong. When the truth is,the only wrong thing you can say is nothing at all.

Jackson